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Authorities: Hate against Taiwanese led to church attack

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 13 min ago

Authorities: Hate against Taiwanese led to church attack

"Authorities authorities authorities authorities in in in in southern southern southern southern California California California California believe believe believe believe the the the the gunman gunman gunman gunman in in in in a a a a deadly deadly deadly deadly attack attack attack attack at at at at a a a a church church church church was was was was motivated motivated motivated motivated by by by by hate hate hate hate Orange Orange Orange Orange County County County County sheriff sheriff sheriff sheriff don don don don Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes says says says says the the the the suspect suspect suspect suspect is is is is a a a a Chinese Chinese Chinese Chinese immigrant immigrant immigrant immigrant and and and and drove drove drove drove to to to to the the the the church church church church where where where where he he he he is is is is not not not not a a a a regular regular regular regular attendee attendee attendee attendee secured secured secured secured the the the the doors doors doors doors and and and and started started started started shooting shooting shooting shooting it it it it is is is is believed believed believed believed the the the the suspect suspect suspect suspect involved involved involved involved was was was was upset upset upset upset about about about about political political political political tensions tensions tensions tensions between between between between China China China China and and and and Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan Taiwan he he he he says says says says the the the the pastor pastor pastor pastor Dr Dr Dr Dr John John John John Chang Chang Chang Chang was was was was killed killed killed killed after after after after confronting confronting confronting confronting the the the the gunman gunman gunman gunman by by by by hitting hitting hitting hitting him him him him on on on on the the the the head head head head with with with with a a a a chair chair chair chair without without without without the the the the actions actions actions actions of of of of Dr Dr Dr Dr Chang Chang Chang Chang it it it is is is no no no doubt doubt doubt that that that there there there are are are the the the numerous numerous numerous additional additional additional victims victims victims in in in this this this crime crime crime a a a former former former neighbor neighbor neighbor tells tells tells the the the AP AP AP the the the suspect's suspect's suspect's life life life unraveled unraveled unraveled after after after he he he was was was nearly nearly nearly beaten beaten beaten to to to death death death several several several years years years ago ago ago and and and his his his mental mental mental abilities abilities abilities seem seem seem to to to diminish diminish diminish in in in recent recent recent months months months I'm I'm I'm at at at Donahue Donahue Donahue

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Who Is the Front Runner in the PA Senate Primary?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:23 min | 6 hrs ago

Who Is the Front Runner in the PA Senate Primary?

"Is Dave McCormick going to be able to win with a closing kick tomorrow in the Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary as I have judged him the only Republican capable of beating John fetterman in the fall. Well, you're right. He is the only candidate to beat fetterman in the poll. I don't know, did you see yesterday to John fetterman have stroke? I did. I saw this morning his comments that he's fully recovered and no mental damage. And that is good news. Yeah, I chatted with, yeah, he's fine. But anyways, so I had thought all along that McCormick would pull it out, even when Trump endorsed Oz, even when Trump came in and held his rally, which had less than a thousand people at it. And but then he went scorched earth on McCormick. And when he went scorched earth on the cormick, Oz rally was used that as an ad in the net drove up McCormick's negatives, which he had barely any that made Barnett run and she rose up last week, like an insurgent candidate tends to do, but I think she peaked Wednesday and started to fall under the scrutiny.

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Maryland's Sen. Chris Van Hollen treated for minor stroke

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 10 hrs ago

Maryland's Sen. Chris Van Hollen treated for minor stroke

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Kevin McCullough on the Failure of Democrats' Abortion Legislation

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | 17 hrs ago

Kevin McCullough on the Failure of Democrats' Abortion Legislation

"Tell us both triggered Thomas. When I saw. The Senate try to push forward this insane abortion law and fail, I thought this is pure politics. They're doing this because they know they're going to get destroyed in November. So they're trying to come across like we're the only hope we're doing everything we can to save you from the evil Republicans, something like that. Well, what's interesting about the failure of that vote was that it not only didn't meet the cloture standard, which I think they were required to have 60. And this is why Elizabeth Warren was all out of sorts when she was in the hallway with the hill afterwards saying, oh, it's time to do away with the filibuster. It didn't even get a majority of votes. So it failed 49 51, you had a couple of Democrats that sided with Republicans that swayed the difference there. And at the end of the day, we are still not a country that is eager to. We don't worship moloch here. We don't eat our children. This is not and it feels somewhat surreal saying that, Eric, but when you look at the insanity that the left has gone after our kids with, they hate children from the pre born stage to the infant formula shortage that is cropping up all over the place now where the USDA actually controls about 60% of the production of formula and it had this been the Trump administration and he had taken the same blueprint that he did with vaccines and said, let's go get a private public partnership and get formula made and get it out to the shelves so that babies are okay. They could have done that in there's a couple of factories in Michigan right now that are sitting still that have been lifeless since mid last year.

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Joe Manchin Will Oppose Bill That Would Codify Roe v. Wade

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 17 hrs ago

Joe Manchin Will Oppose Bill That Would Codify Roe v. Wade

"Mean, let me add just one other breaking news from today. Joe Manchin was pressed very hard yesterday on whether or not he would support the what they're calling the codification of roe V wade into federal law. It's this accessibility to abortion act or whatever it's called. And he had to call a press conference and come out and say, guys, this is not the codification of roe V wade. This is an expansion of abortion, roe V wade said you had a federal right to abortion. What this law wants to do is wipe out 500 state and local laws nationwide to basically force abortion availability via taxpayer dollars into every corner of the world that it's not currently at. And to your point, it's a zero sum game. If you give them a half an inch, they will take 6000 miles. And that's why we can't, we can't just sit back and say, it's okay for them to simply state their disagreement. No, every time that Jen Psaki has said stuff crazy in recent weeks from the press room, we've got to denounce it. We've got to call attention to it. We've got to say that is not true. We've got to force facts back into the conversation because these people do not have nerve endings that receive the normal receptor messages as to, oh, I shouldn't say that. It's blatantly not true. Well, they are, we're in a new world. And that's why people like Tim Keller and others who they're good people. But what they said 20 years ago, 15 years ago, the reason it no longer applies is because the world has changed and they refuse to see how dramatically things have changed so that they're anodyne platitudes, they no longer hold.

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We've Never Witnessed a Supreme Court Leak Like This Before

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:06 min | 17 hrs ago

We've Never Witnessed a Supreme Court Leak Like This Before

"Kevin, we were just talking about the Supreme Court. And I just want to say, I never dreamt in my lifetime. I would see anything like this. I mean, the leak in the Supreme Court like this. Now, is this level of brazen illegal activity on the part of the left, which kind of proves that they don't trust the system. They don't value the system. They don't believe in their own ideas. They have to use force. They have to intimidate justices. I really think that this is, it is so ugly. And so amazing. But I think I hope Americans are waking up that if you do not fight this folks, you are to blame. We need to fight this. This is, you know, you would fight if Chinese troops came here or maybe you wouldn't. But if you wouldn't, then, you know, you don't deserve to live in a great country like this. This is Marxism. It's the end of law. It's the end of America. And it's on many, many levels. So Kevin, thanks for giving us some details. Well, I do hope this comes out that the ruling comes out soon.

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Kevin McCullough and Eric Discuss Lis Wiehl's New Book

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:52 sec | 18 hrs ago

Kevin McCullough and Eric Discuss Lis Wiehl's New Book

"And an hour or two. We're talking to Liz wheel, you will remember her. I should say it's Lee's wheel from Fox News and she has written a book about the most, it's unspeakable. The most evil spy in modern history, a spy in plain sight, my friend Kevin McCullough who's going to be my guest for this hour is holding up a copy of the book. Well, Kevin. It's a great book. And Lisa is a great interview on it because her father was an FBI agent for all of her growing up years. And this was really the case that she takes apart in this book was really a fundamental failure of that system. And given what we've seen with current things like the elections in 2020 and so forth, there's some very interesting perspective that I'm sure you'll get out of her. So it should

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Pennsylvania Senate candidate Fetterman says he had a stroke

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Pennsylvania Senate candidate Fetterman says he had a stroke

"A a a a prominent prominent prominent prominent democratic democratic democratic democratic candidate candidate candidate candidate running running running running for for for for the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. Senate Senate Senate Senate seat seat seat seat in in in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania has has has has suffered suffered suffered suffered a a a a stroke stroke stroke stroke I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with details details details details his his his his campaign campaign campaign campaign says says says says lieutenant lieutenant lieutenant lieutenant governor governor governor governor John John John John Fetterman Fetterman Fetterman Fetterman is is is is on on on on his his his his way way way way to to to to a a a a full full full full recovery recovery recovery recovery he he he he went went went went to to to to the the the the hospital hospital hospital hospital Friday Friday Friday Friday because because because because he he he he was was was was feeling feeling feeling feeling on on on on well well well well but but but but in in in in a a a a statement statement statement statement Fetterman Fetterman Fetterman Fetterman says says says says he's he's he's he's now now now now feeling feeling feeling feeling much much much much better better better better doctors doctors doctors doctors have have have have told told told told him him him him he he he he didn't didn't didn't didn't suffer suffer suffer suffer any any any any cognitive cognitive cognitive cognitive damage damage damage damage from from from from the the the the stroke stroke stroke stroke veteran veteran veteran veteran Nancy Nancy Nancy Nancy will will will will stay stay stay stay in in in in the the the the race race race race and and and and his his his his Senate Senate Senate Senate campaign campaign campaign campaign isn't isn't isn't isn't slowing slowing slowing slowing down down down down one one one one bit bit bit bit the the the the six six six six foot foot foot foot eight eight eight eight fifty fifty fifty fifty two two two two year year year year old old old old has has has has been been been been open open open open about about about about his his his his push push push push to to to to lose lose lose lose weight weight weight weight in in in in the the the the past past past past veteran veteran veteran veteran is is is is considered considered considered considered the the the the leading leading leading leading candidate candidate candidate candidate among among among among the the the the four four four four Democrats Democrats Democrats Democrats running running running running in in in in Tuesday's Tuesday's Tuesday's Tuesday's primary primary primary primary I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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David Gergen on Running the Nixon Speech Writing Team

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

David Gergen on Running the Nixon Speech Writing Team

"You know, when you came back, when you came back in the speech writing process when I was a young lawyer, it was staffed around. I remember the chief justice of the United States at that time in associate council, arguing with Peggy noonan. That was a murderous row of speechwriters over which we had Bill sapphire and Ray Price and Pat Buchanan. And Nixon. Yeah, and then John McLaughlin came in for a lead in the game with Nixon, but he was around for a while. Ben Stein. It was a terrific group. It was about 50 people. If you look at speechwriting and their sports staff and then the research staff and then we also headed the letters and so correspondent section. So it was about 50 people there. And I ran that for a while.

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McConnell, GOP senators meet Zelenskyy in surprise Kyiv stop

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

McConnell, GOP senators meet Zelenskyy in surprise Kyiv stop

"A a a a delegation delegation delegation delegation of of of of Republican Republican Republican Republican senators senators senators senators are are are are in in in in Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's capital capital capital capital I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest as as as as the the the the media media media media including including including including president president president president Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir salen salen salen salen ski ski ski ski met met met met the the the the delegation delegation delegation delegation on on on on the the the the streets streets streets streets of of of of key key key key city city city city posted posted posted posted on on on on his his his his telegram telegram telegram telegram account account account account shows shows shows shows him him him him greeting greeting greeting greeting Republican Republican Republican Republican leader leader leader leader Mitch Mitch Mitch Mitch McConnell McConnell McConnell McConnell along along along along with with with with senators senators senators senators John John John John Brasso Brasso Brasso Brasso with with with with Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Susan Susan Susan Susan Collins Collins Collins Collins of of of of Maine Maine Maine Maine and and and and John John John John Cornyn Cornyn Cornyn Cornyn of of of of Texas Texas Texas Texas Instagram Instagram Instagram Instagram posts posts posts posts the the the the once once once once he he he he calls calls calls calls the the the the visit visit visit visit a a a a strong strong strong strong signal signal signal signal of of of of bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan support support support support for for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine from from from from the the the the United United United United States States States States Congress Congress Congress Congress and and and and the the the the American American American American people people people people Senate Senate Senate Senate is is is is working working working working to to to to approve approve approve approve a a a a nearly nearly nearly nearly forty forty forty forty billion billion billion billion dollar dollar dollar dollar aid aid aid aid package package package package for for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine passage passage passage passage was was was was delayed delayed delayed delayed Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday by by by by senator senator senator senator rand rand rand rand Paul Paul Paul Paul also also also also a a a a Republican Republican Republican Republican is is is is demanding demanding demanding demanding an an an an inspector inspector inspector inspector general general general general be be be be appointed appointed appointed appointed to to to to scrutinize scrutinize scrutinize scrutinize the the the the new new new new spending spending spending spending I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Psaki gives final White House briefing

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 d ago

Psaki gives final White House briefing

"Jen Jen Jen Jen Psaki Psaki Psaki Psaki has has has has been been been been an an an an emotional emotional emotional emotional farewell farewell farewell farewell to to to to the the the the White White White White House House House House briefing briefing briefing briefing room room room room on on on on her her her her last last last last day day day day as as as as president president president president Biden's Biden's Biden's Biden's press press press press secretary secretary secretary secretary I I I I promised promised promised promised myself myself myself myself I I I I was was was was gonna gonna gonna gonna get get get get emotional emotional emotional emotional okay okay okay okay after after after more more more than than than two two two hundred hundred hundred briefings briefings briefings over over over fifteen fifteen fifteen months months months sake sake sake conducted conducted conducted her her her last last last one one one thanking thanking thanking the the the president president president and and and First First First Lady Lady Lady for for for instilling instilling instilling a a a key key key goal goal goal the the the importance importance importance of of of returning returning returning integrity integrity integrity respect respect respect and and and civility civility civility to to to the the the White White White House House House sake sake sake saluted saluted saluted both both both reporters reporters reporters and and and her her her press press press team team team including including including top top top deputy deputy deputy Kareem Kareem Kareem John John John P. P. P. air air air who who who takes takes takes over over over next next next week week week Sakis Sakis Sakis advice advice advice talk talk talk to to to the the the president president president as as as much much much as as as possible possible possible and and and be be be a a a policy policy policy like like like her her her in in in the the the age age age of of of social social social media media media always always always provide provide provide the the the context context context and and and all all all the the the details details details because because because you you you never never never want want want to to to be be be on on on beam beam beam with with with one one one line line line Sager Sager Sager make make make ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington

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US defense chief talks to Russian counterpart

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 d ago

US defense chief talks to Russian counterpart

"The the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. has has has has made made made made its its its its highest highest highest highest level level level level contact contact contact contact with with with with Russia Russia Russia Russia since since since since the the the the Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine war war war war started started started started in in in in late late late late February February February February Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon chief chief chief chief Lloyd Lloyd Lloyd Lloyd Austin Austin Austin Austin spoke spoke spoke spoke today today today today with with with with Russian Russian Russian Russian counterpart counterpart counterpart counterpart Sergei Sergei Sergei Sergei Shoigu Shoigu Shoigu Shoigu for for for for it it it it the the the the first first first first time time time time since since since since a a a a week week week week before before before before the the the the invasion invasion invasion invasion spokesman spokesman spokesman spokesman John John John John Kirby Kirby Kirby Kirby gave gave gave gave few few few few details details details details but but but but says says says says all all all all state state state state urged urged urged urged an an an an immediate immediate immediate immediate ceasefire ceasefire ceasefire ceasefire in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine and and and and emphasize emphasize emphasize emphasize the the the the importance importance importance importance of of of of maintaining maintaining maintaining maintaining communications communications communications communications Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon officials officials officials officials have have have have said said said said for for for for months months months months Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's refused refused refused refused to to to to take take take take calls calls calls calls from from from from either either either either Austin Austin Austin Austin or or or or joint joint joint joint chiefs chiefs chiefs chiefs chairman chairman chairman chairman mark mark mark mark Milley Milley Milley Milley Sager Sager Sager Sager may may may may got got got got me me me me at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House

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Why Supreme Court Leaks May Become More Routine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 min | 3 d ago

Why Supreme Court Leaks May Become More Routine

"I had lunch this week with a Supreme Court clerk who's risen, of course, in the loss since then. I clicked on the D.C. circuit, not the Supreme Court. So I know what the confidence level in the clerks ability to maintain confidentiality was. And at the court it's even higher. This clerk expressed sadness, but also an anticipation that this was going to become more routine because the times they are a changing. Steve, do you agree with that? I do see, and I think John is absolutely right that none of this is good for the court institution. I mean, I don't think anyone, regardless of their views of the court, can really dispute that. I will say that I think it's worth not disaggregating. The fact that this is all happening in Dobbs and that that this is all happening with regard to a draft opinion that if it ends up substantially when it's handed down formally, would be an absolute earthquake. I think some would say for better and some would say for worse, but the earthquake nonetheless.

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John Zmirak: 'First China Came for the Uyghurs'...

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:22 min | 3 d ago

John Zmirak: 'First China Came for the Uyghurs'...

"Volkswagen back, I'm talking to John's mirac Jon it doesn't have people can read your stuff at stream dot org stream dot org. What else should we talk about? Well, Jason Jones and I co authored another piece at the stream called first China came for the Uyghurs and the Vatican said nothing. I don't know if people following China news. The most prominent Christian in China has just been arrested. Cardinal Joseph zen, 90 years old, he's the cardinal of Hong Kong. So he's from the part of China that was free until 1998 under British administration. And then was turned over to communist China. On the promise that it would retain its free political system. Of course, like all promises made by communists, that turned out to be a lie. And there have been crackdowns and arrests and China put into place a law that anyone in Hong Kong violated the Communist Party's authority could be shipped to Mainland China where the courts and the juries would be much stricter. Cardinal zen helped set up a charity fund that would help fund the defense of people against such extradition orders. China just arrested him and everyone else involved in the foundation.

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John Zmirak Sees a Bright Future for Red States

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:04 min | 3 d ago

John Zmirak Sees a Bright Future for Red States

"Of course, we want to outlaw abortion in 50 states. And we have to be clear about that. And in the meantime though, let's say we get it outlawed in 39 states and it's legal in 11 states. We're going to see the difference in those states over the course of time. And that's what Democrats are afraid of. They were afraid that the pro life states are going to do better. They're going to have more live children born. Black people are going to say, wait, there are more black folks here than there are in other places because they're not all the 50% of them aren't getting aborted. Also, I think, without the murderous backup plan of abortion, young girls will make better choices and are less likely to let themselves be sexually exploited by older men, more powerful men and get pregnant and get into poverty. So I think we're going to see a decline in out of wedlock childbirth over the course of time. So the red states are going to be experimental labs in healthy, decent human legislation while the blue states continue to be dystopian hell

Is Abortion Equal to Murder? John Zmirak Explains

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 3 d ago

Is Abortion Equal to Murder? John Zmirak Explains

"I'm talking to John samira. What's there to say, John? What's on your mind? Well, thank you, Eric. I collaborated with my friend longtime pro life activist Jason Jones on an important piece at stream dot org. It's called once the law protects unborn kids. Should we seek legal penalties for women who abort them? That question has actually come up. The left is saying that we pro lifers want to send women to prison if they have abortions once we have granted legal protection to unborn children. They're saying we don't just want to lock up the doctors and the nurses and the entrepreneurs of the abortion industry. They're claiming that we want to send women to prison. And pro lifers, some prominent ones, are struggling with how to answer this. If we say abortion is murder, well, if you hire hitman and you get caught, hitman isn't just go to jail, you're going to jail. So if your logic is the abortion is murder, don't you really intend to lock up women who've had abortions once you can get away with it politically. Catholic once posed this. This is in the back of the minds of the suburban women voters who the Democrats think will rescue the Biden administration from the wrecking ball come November. And so we pro lifers have to have a principled answer to it. Typically the answer was always, well, we think the women are the victims. So we would never prosecute the victims. That doesn't quite cut it a 100%. Because first of all, yes, it's true. In many cases, women are coerced to pressure to abandon into having abortions. But not all of them. They're not all innocent hapless 14 year olds carried into abortion clinics by their parents.

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John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the Decline of 'Christianity Today'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | 3 d ago

John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the Decline of 'Christianity Today'

"John, I want to say this. On my last trip, the other day, I finished writing this article, I read, I don't, I no longer can read Christianity today, which frankly has said. It used to be a wonderful magazine. But they have gone. They've drifted left. And at Easter, on Twitter, I saw an article by Russell Moore. Okay. Now, I don't think of these people as my enemies. I think that we have differences. I read the article, it was mind bending. I couldn't believe what I was reading. It was so disturbing. I said, I think I have to respond. And I'm not like you. I don't think in terms of essays, writing an essay for me is very difficult. But I will tell you, I said, I have to respond to this. It took me a while, but the bottom line is that in the article that he writes, it is genuine, think of this, folks, genuine bigotry. People on the left are always accusing people on the right or people who voted for Trump as being bigots. 99% of that is pure nonsense. It's a vial lie. It's worse than nonsense. But here I was reading genuine bigotry, disguised as bigotry always is as something noble. And it was so offensive to me. I said, I have to write about it. So I wrote a piece about it. Let me jump in. What you saw was class scoring. The kind of nasty snobbish contempt that we don't see in undisguised form much outside of like Christmas Carol. Like when ebenezer Scrooge talks about, you know, well, if they're starving, let them get up, get on about it and reduce the surplus population. Don't we have prisons? Don't we have workhouses? Well, Russell Moore is ebenezer Scrooge to the Christian right.

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The AP Interview: US 'vulnerable' to COVID without new shots

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 d ago

The AP Interview: US 'vulnerable' to COVID without new shots

"The the the the White White White White House House House House is is is is warning warning warning warning the the the the country country country country could could could could be be be be vulnerable vulnerable vulnerable vulnerable to to to to a a a a new new new new wave wave wave wave of of of of the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus without without without without new new new new shots shots shots shots White White White White House House House House virus virus virus virus response response response response coordinator coordinator coordinator coordinator Dr Dr Dr Dr she's she's she's she's John John John John tells tells tells tells the the the the AP AP AP AP the the the the virus virus virus virus is is is is adapting adapting adapting adapting to to to to be be be be more more more more contagious contagious contagious contagious and and and and immunity immunity immunity immunity wanes wanes wanes wanes naturally naturally naturally naturally as as as as we we we we get get get get to to to to the the the the fall fall fall fall we we we we are are are are all all all all going going going going to to to to have have have have a a a a lot lot lot lot more more more more vulnerability vulnerability vulnerability vulnerability to to to to a a a a virus virus virus virus that that that that has has has has a a a a lot lot lot lot more more more more immune immune immune immune escape escape escape escape the the the the heat heat heat heat than than than than it it it it even even even even does does does does today today today today John John John John says says says says Congress Congress Congress Congress needs needs needs needs to to to to act act act act quickly quickly quickly quickly to to to to approve approve approve approve funding funding funding funding for for for for vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines and and and and treatments treatments treatments treatments so so so so the the the the US US US US is is is is in in in in front front front front of of of of the the the the line line line line if if if if we're we're we're we're willing willing willing willing to to to to be be be be at at at at the the the the back back back back of of of of the the the the line line line line and and and and get get get get our our our our vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines in in in in the the the the spring spring spring spring we we we we have have have have plenty plenty plenty plenty of of of of time time time time but but but but then then then then we'll we'll we'll we'll have have have have missed missed missed missed the the the the entire entire entire entire fall fall fall fall and and and and winter winter winter winter that's that's that's that's not not not not an an an an acceptable acceptable acceptable acceptable outcome outcome outcome outcome I I I I think think think think the the the the American American American American people people people people John John John John says says says says the the the the next next next next generation generation generation generation of of of of vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines will will will will provide provide provide provide more more more more protection protection protection protection against against against against reigns reigns reigns reigns and and and and countered countered countered countered in in in in the the the the fall fall fall fall and and and and winter winter winter winter and and and and Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington Washington Washington Washington

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"john early" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

05:16 min | Last month

"john early" Discussed on Hysteria

"No, but like Tim and Eric Eric Andre Kate Berlin, John early, like there's this sort of performance of Meg stelter is another one person who plays in cringe. I'm a new fan of her and she's outstanding. Oh, we are trying to get her on the show, but she is so everybody wants her now. So Meg, if you're out there. I thought she was doing a serious bit until she talked about trying to murder her husband. And I was like, oh my God, this is the funniest thing I've ever heard. She was talking about how beautiful the kindergarten teacher said, her daughter was and how she was like, weird. And then said, I see where she gets it from. And so she wanted to pay it forward and stop trying to kill her husband. Instead, she wants to get back together with him. And it's just the funniest journey in this thing. And it took me like two minutes in to realize this was not a pukey woman. This is not a cringey woman. This is an actual bit. And I love her. Yeah. She's so, so funny. You know who else, you know what also plays in cringe really effectively. You talking about someone you admire, reminded me of how you have worked with Maya erskine, who is so great at cringe on pen 15 is one of the cringiest, the cringiest. I almost can't watch it. It's so cringey. Like it's painful. The episode where they think they're witches. Oh, I haven't seen that one, but I watched like a stand-alone of when they go to Florida to with her dad and with single dad and it's just so for his conference and everything about it, you're just waiting for something so terrible to happen, but the whole thing is just terrible. I mean, I mean, terrible, great. Yeah. It hits so close to home of like what that pukey pubescent era is where everything just feels so intense and so important and you're so narcissistic and all of your feelings about everything..

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"john early" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 2 months ago

"john early" Discussed on WTOP

"Journey today You have everything to gain Visit anova dot org slash journey Ten 38 Traffic and weather on the 8s here's rob stallworth in the traffic center Thanks John Early volume leaving Virginia headed into Maryland on the interloop cross and the American legion bridge headed up the hill toward river road Nothing evident in your way so it was pretty good there Still northbound on three 95 more volume going up to and across the 14th street bridge headed toward the district eastbound of course folks trying to get toward the cherry blossoms in the title base and see what's going on in full blooms going on right now You guys are looking pretty good No problems being reported if you traveling in Maryland on two 70 I 95 or the Baltimore Washington Parkway between the two beltways Route 50 clear between the capitol beltway and the eastern shore It was an upper Marlboro of brook lane between gun Kirk Dunkirk drive and brown station road We had the reporter some structure fire activity then while since we had an update on that in Virginia looking good on 66 both ways between Gainesville and roslin keep in mind eastbound going across the Roosevelt bridge Left side is blocked for the work zone there that's active south at 9 95 on the bricks leaving Lauren headache toward one 23 with traveling to open northbound I 95 and I three 95 and enjoying a decent ride so far You guys are pretty cool Join Panera's unlimited zip club and get unlimited coffee for only 8 99 a month sign up on the Panera app today and get three months free Panera the familiar made fantastic availability and pricing may vary I'm rob stallworth WTO traffic and at a storm team four meteorologist Michelle Grossman Today a mixture of sun and clouds windy and cooler highs in the upper 50s to low 60s which could be pretty dusty at times.

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"john early" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"john early" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"And let's welcome to this stage. This amazing crew, Elia shawkat, John Reynolds, Meredith hagner, John early, Charles Rogers, Sarah violet bliss. Hi. Hello. So this was your first time seeing the episode. How did it feel? Let's just start right here. Well, I had seen it before. Oh. Whereas we had not. For post reasons. Wow. It's great seeing it with an audience. You want to see more, don't you? Yeah? Yeah, really, it leaves you on the edge of your seat. There's 9 more. No, it felt great. It's funny. You guys are so funny. It's so good. I love the Shawnee. Yeah. How does it feel? This is the final season after 5 seasons you've had a year between some seasons you've had network changes. What does it feel like to say goodbye to the show? I kept saying it because we knew it was the last season, but we couldn't tell the world that. But I kept saying to everybody, I was like, I grew up with you. That's what it feels like. It feels like we all grew up together. It's like a huge life chapter ending. Last day of shooting was extremely emotional. I don't think any of us expected it to be that we were on and off. We were like, but as soon as we all came together, it was like. I was like, the day before we were like, whatever. It's so tired and I'm ready to get out of here. And then we're just like, no. I know. We were all crying and then I was like, somebody was like, there's a hurricane coming. So we have to hurry fuck up. And I was like, oh, okay, and the crew is just like, why are you all crying? They gave me well as I had to put them on and get all my shit out of my trailer and I was like in standing water. I was like, this seems like a fitting. I remember in the beginning of the season, watching the Friends reunion on HBO Max and seeing them all cry during the finale. And being like, oh, we won't have that. But you know, so which I'm jealous of that, you know, and then we were all sobbing. It was sweet. And it's such a, despite how gorgeous it looks at such a cheap show. And it's like, they move so fast. So it was like bizarre. I feel like we were all like the 6 of us were having a very emotional unexpected emotional experience. And they were like, we got to go. Get over with. Meredith, did you? I mean, yeah, I don't know. It was so emotional. And then but I think also because we didn't do any press or we haven't been around people, but we haven't done anything to celebrate the show for since season two. So this is really actually so fun for us to get to watch it with you guys and watch my friends just do such fucking great job. This kind of stuff is really fun and special. And so I don't take it for granted. Yes. So obviously the show touches on millennial culture. Each season is kind of changed topics. We had the third season. That was a Dory as Trump, her truth was the truth. And then the fourth season, it was oddly kind of COVID perfect. We had felt so just claustrophobic with Dory being kidnapped and everything. And then this season, obviously we're getting a little bit of a hint with some sort of, I get a cult energy from Dory with what we've seen. She even manages to get her therapist on board. What were you wanting to address with this season? Well, yeah, colt is a huge part of the season. But this season is really hard to talk about because there are so many spoilers in a way that they're twists and turns the season in a way that we can't even put into the marketing. So it's really hard to talk about. But it gets really big and really crazy.

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"john early" Discussed on Glowing Up

Glowing Up

07:51 min | 11 months ago

"john early" Discussed on Glowing Up

"Spotify conditions apply sterling's after high gloomy is. It's esther i miss you. I hope you miss me. I don't know let me know We have another released this week. We are sorry To those of you who are longtime listeners. And maybe you know heard this already for some new stuff but to those of you. Who haven't heard this john early episode yet. I'm excited for you. Because you're getting the at bumped up your being reminded. holy shit. i need to listen to this. Generally is so funny and we learned so much from him in this episode. And it's just it's an it's a classic i'll say it it's vintage classic and yeah i just wanted to check in and say that we miss you guys. And there's been some circumstances that have been in our fricking way and we're figuring it out and i believe we'll have more to say next week but for now i just wanted to let you know that we are coming near a break in the show. I don't maybe they told you guys this last week. I don't even know But you know we just we wanna wanna take a beat focus on all the other things that we're focusing on and come back stronger bigger badder than ever before so that we can do this the right way but honestly just like so grateful that you guys are here with us because we're so weird and we're so lake obsessed with disneyworld stupidest corporate bullshit in the fact that you guys actually are listening to that just makes me feel like seen heard and understood in a way that i never imagined ever feel And i know clayton. Caroline feel that way as well and by the way. How lucky am i that i know those two. I mean those two are the two funniest people in on the planet. Bright like they're so funny in this job with them. Just get sit and like poke around and listen to them. Go crazy and be funny. I feel so lucky. So i know i'm not letting go of that and i know they're not either so we have we do have plans and You know i. I don't like to say things were happening. But i'm just just just to let you guys know that we have our listeners. In mind were grateful. I'm bucket rambling. it's disgusting. i'm just rambling idiot. But a couple things before we get into this you guys know. I am a clothing. Line sleepover by esther. And we have some very cool launches coming up things. Their production delays fancy businesswoman. So i get to say that now. Production delays and but. There's stuff that. I'm really excited coming out. And it will give you an exclusive glowing hint. that one of the styles. Coming up is called sad malibu barbie so if you are interested in that follow suba by astor on instagram. But more importantly the text alerts. That i are free and normal. And i guess. Sms texting is like the new way of the world. So i'm i'm on board with it. All you have to do is text. The word sleepover two eight. Four seven six four eight nine zero nine eight. That number is available may instagram bios has really easy to shoot attacks. And then you're signed up and you get the alerts. When i'm i'm going to go on tour this fall if you guys are interested in info on that All that stuff is important for All that stuff you will get if it's important to you if you want the texting anyways okay. So ho- what what else caroline has eat fish. Wife dot com. I'm so freaking proud of this girl you guys know. I watched her eat. Fish is in fish brains. Lunch at a las vegas lunch special. Okay so yes she knows a thing or two about fish and yes she nailed it. And i am so proud to be on this journey with her her friend. And as i'll say it an investor i forget invested in fishwick. That's how much i believe in. Will i believe in anything. Carolina does because i actually look up to her in such a scary creepy way. Like i really. I really look up dr. She's so funny. She's so hard working. Her fucking mom is like the funniest. Her mom delivers the funniest stories. Anyway rambling again but eat fish dot com and she's doing so many collaborate with like really cool brands and they have events and there are different popping up all different stores. So definitely You wanna follow the fish. Instagram obviously follow caroline and instagramat pork chop dot biz. Just stay in the loop with fish wife. Because i have a good feeling. We're going to be seeing more and more cool stuff. And i know there's going to be more drops of new fish launches so anyways Let's could've oh clayton for a second. When i met clayton like within three minutes i was like oh. This person is is funny and this is not just normal funny. This person is like like. I do stand up comedian. I remember the santa convenient for ten years. This person is one of the funny. There's the funniest person i've ever met. He addressed. There's something about clayton like. I don't i don't know how he's so high functioning and so talented and just naturally himself but he is look. You know that saying you are who you surround yourself with that is why i am friends with caroline clayton so i can be like them and that is why i genuinely say listen to our stuff. Follow their work. So you can join me on my journey of being more like carolyn and clayton. I just don't. I can't think of too cooler. Funnier more talented people. That i just want to be like And clayton free frigging do. It's crazy a year ago. No one knew who live your rodriguez in clayton was like esther. She's gonna be so big. And i was like okay. I'm following him in and i can to leave. How right he was and now he's everywhere with our he is going to be. I think we're moments away from them. Just being all over the world together and it's just it's been the coolest thing to watch his career below the f. Up and i think it really is because he knows talent and so he knows who to stick with and i know that just from my interactions bolivia and through everything he tells me you guys. She is the real deal. She is such a cool person. Are they guess. This is just esters monologue now But you guys follow clayton hawkins on instagram. I cannot wait to see what the fuck this guy keeps doing. And i'm again. I want to be like him when i grow up. So you guys. I've been esther. Please enjoy this hilarious. Release with fricken john early. Can you believe we even had him on the show. like how. how lucky Also this frigging starbucks. Passion tea lemonade. Drink when you like an afternoon mood boost is so good the passion ice passionately lemonade but commute a little sweet. So but if you just do that is passion. You're getting the no sweet version which is still really good so you pick dealer's choice not the dealer. But anyways i have been esther Oh my god for us to tell you what producer on. I carly watched that on paramount plus. And if you get plus you can also watch my standard special hop from name. Eat fish wrap dot com. You know you know the things. 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"john early" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"john early" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"I'm do not believe that his words. Incited a violent insurrection against this country. I think it's time for school through open safely safely. You have to have fewer people in classroom. You have to have ventilation systems that have been reworked the fight continue. All right. We're gonna get to this very controversial smear campaign. I'm gonna call it what it is. It's a smear campaign against our armed services. Members of the military But first, let's start out with just one more little reminder as to On DCI fa and their role on January 6th. Yes, they did, ever roll. It was mainly trump Q and on supporters Q and on not Trump. You know, rank and file supporters, not Republicans. But a lot of these queuing on folks. You know we're the ones behind the actual incursion into the capital. That being said they were trump supporters, so they must be Acknowledged as such. But there are a lot of left wing folks there to one of them. John Early Sullivan he was arrested because it was almost impossible for him not to be arrested. This is the guy who founded in, um, a group called insurgents. Yusa. It's in Antifa affiliated group. He already was arrested with a warrant, uh for organizing an anti fur rally that got violent, and one individual died in Utah. This guy, Uh, said on CNN the day after the incursion that he was a journalist. He was just a tape recording. What was going on and observing. And he you know, recounted how that one of the women, Uh, woman got shot by Capitol police and later succumbed to her injuries. He was on Anderson Cooper. We immediately pounced because we said, OK, this guy does not seem to be legit. We researched him and we were one of the first media outlets my show to blow the whistle that the guy was part of antifa. Sure enough, um, the the FBI investigated DOJ brought charges against him for inciting a riot for being part of it actively. We've covered this in the past. He's on tape, encouraging people to break things to break and enter on and you know completely trying to egg them on. Um Now the U. S attorney in Washington. See has made a motion. Tolo keep him locked up until his trial, calling him quote a recurring threat to the public quote. The defendant was a brazen vocal participant in the dress, corruption and disorder surrounding the events of January 6 2021 at the U. S. Capitol. But since is released on stringent conditions, he has repeatedly flouted court imposed conditions. What this guy Sullivan is accused of doing is trying to get his supporters to pack upcoming quarter appearances so that he can get notoriety and in public Support hey, was ordered to stay off social media as well, a stay off email and the Internet and he violated those orders. According to the Department of Justice, quote. The clear and convincing evidence from the defendant's own supervision officer is that the defendant has repeatedly attempted to circumvent fundamental conditions on his parole release. Warranting revocation and demonstrating is unwillingness to abide by any combination of conditions of released. So they're asking that he be put behind bars until he gets to his trial. Wing nut. I think that in the impeachment trial I think that Trump's team should call him as a witness. He won't testify. Fifth Amendment but have him sit there and take Fifth Amendment. Fifth Amendment Fifth Amendment again. What's on trial is not Donald Trump. The Democrats want to put Trump on time trial. What should be on trial is the rank hypocrisy. Of the left on what happened. Republicans. I don't know if they're smart enough to do it, but they should. All right, real quick. Let's get into this topic that I find very offensive and it's also scary, okay? Um, what the left has done is they've infiltrated our schools and basically convinced people that, um America's bad country. And they don't teach civics. They don't teach constitutional. You know, theory. They don't teach real history. They teach social justice they teach in a aborted version of our of our history. They control the media. Media pumps out fake news. They're now controlling social media platforms, so not even individuals can share information. Uh, that they believe is true. And that that is true. Um, they are out there now criminalizing speech that is lawful. Just because it is something they disagree with. Should scare the hell out of you, My friends, they're getting companies like Bank of America to give records without search warrants. American citizens. You heard that Dr Carlson blew the lid open on that last week. But what they're trying to do. The military is not only offensive but should scare you as well. What What has started is this narrative that somehow the merit military is filled with white supremacists and Racists. That it's not a problem that's going down. It's an increasing problem of Racists and extremists We saw this a few weeks ago when Congressman Steve Cohen Shamelessly. Raised the idea that National Guard troops sent to quote protect the capital were somehow suspicious simply because of their Mail this in the color of their skin. Listen to audio 10. You know, I was thinking the guard is 9700% I believe. Mail. 20% of white males voted for Biden. He got a bigger that in the garden, which is predominant, more conservative, and I see that on my social media. We know it. They're probably not more than 25% of the people. Out of there. Protecting a suit voted for by the other 75% are in the class. That would be the large class of folks who might want to do something. And there were military people and police who took close to defend the Constitution and the protective defense who didn't do it. We're in the the insurrection, so it does concern me. This is this guy because their mail and their white it concerns him that somehow they're extremists, and we need to look into it. We can't trust them. What an offensive load of garbage. Those men and some women slept on cold concrete. Cause they were told that they weren't good enough to sleep in the capital anymore that somehow they were suspicious and they shouldn't be around members of Congress. They could be away from their families..

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"john early" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"john early" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"And you know But my is not that I mean I would never. I compare my sort of boys in the band but I'm definitely again. It's a lot like bright colors patterns in the world just like exploring modern gay relationships and friendships and My new ones have more about like sort of an I realize as I was writing it like it's about curator parties as you get older not inviting people that you don't need to have at your party day or anger life and and taking care of the ones that matter you know and and now that I'm able to play by play some nice people. I don't have to play all monsters. I spend a lot of them are horrible people. I was really concerned about writing and I was like. Oh my God am I saying like came in her terrible and they might director. Tom Tournus was like like kind of yes. And also like who's going to come to a rookie show and expect to see a lot of sweet kind people like no one so go for it. You know well well. That is a challenge. A lot of like a queer gay content creators or artists. Have which is we want to be liked and yet we're very comfortable and pointing out the awkwardness and troubles. That we've experienced in other people experience like most recently gently Budi judge has husband. Jason was going to do a fundraiser at a gay Bar and twenty minutes before the fundraisers about to start. He's literally sitting outside in his car. And they're they're the. He requested that they take down the stripper pole and he wouldn't they wouldn't so he cancelled it and there was all this. It moves it through Europe. They moved it to a different location. And I thought that was really funny. You know and I share that on social media I was like no stranger into a stripper pole. Okay and and so sharing that and people are just like you're attacking one of our own. Oh God to what's crazy to me is that we can't have it like we should be able to do both as gay people like it's so gross. I'm quoting my own show show but I say by colors I say we make fun of things and celebrate them at the same time is what gay is. That's why we can watch like tragic women fall apart and laugh half love them at the same time and worshiped and I go. Oh my God what a mess. But also I love you and I want to take care of you but also watch you know that sort of that sort of thing it's in our DNA to be as like you know and that doesn't mean we're out cold but it or saints it's like it's just who we are and it's like part of our flavor that's our heritage. Is that ambiguity. Yes yes absolutely and and so you know but in modern cancel culture. It's like no. You're you're being homophobic or your. You know that you're basically voting for trump. If you people just go they go to the extreme mm-hmm as opposed to trying to find the nuance within that. I don't know it might show. I wanted to just like play a bunch. A bunch of different came in at a party and sort of like sort of. You've you know my experience of what we're like and good bat and everything in between and without trying to say like here's the point on making the versus like like just sort of showing us because I still don't think we have enough representation and we don't make enough a lot of us create content that's like still for other people or or we have these idealize versions of gay. People were afraid to show kind of messy ugly gay people. And that's all I want to. It's always been an issue to this idea that our quality our acceptance will not happen unless we're lovable flawless. And exactly well it's Robert Rope thing about like I'm Gonna I'm GonNa be this straight a student. I'm going to do everything right. I'm GONNA have a perfect body. I'm going to be as straight acting as all that stuff. Musk rubbed out of me. So that you'll love me. Oh Wow I still hate myself. What's not about you know feel? Aj and the queen gets it right. Because because sometimes I feel that those feelings get brushed under and through other works of Rupaul. Either you know on drag race or elsewhere are and I feel like in a lot of ways. Aj in the Queen. kind of SEI's rupaul. From the mistake he's made in the past which is not engage in a constructive way with those those self destructive elements yeah. We're having the space to do it. You know it's like so you know so some ways I would say argue that. Aj and the Queen outshines drag race in its to tell the story And I I hope that it has a future seasons of me too. I haven't heard anything. I hope. I hope they're more seasons. I hope I get to be involved in it again because it was just. It was really pretty awesome. Well you're pretty awesome. I love talking to you your work I really. I could've seen more of it. You know you do stuff all over the country but you know one day. I'LL BE CHICAGO. I never performed formed in Chicago. Michael you're in the home studio what he's doing shopper. And cellar which was based on uh-huh Chrissy book by Barbara streisand where she keeps up underground village in her home so she can mall under her home. Yeah it with so fascinating doing on a new play on Broadway now grant horizons and I'm going to see on next. We got a New York next week. Thought about he's fast. He's the greatest he's he's also producing minor Xiao so he's going to be involved in that as well so the cell happy to hear that because I really have I love Michael and we love you drew and it's like and see people like drew hates. It's Michael you know guys like collaborate and grow together and is really wonderful. All Yeah he's he's I mean he's just he inspires me so much like and just his energy his end he's just so collaborative an and just so funny and just I mean everything and a door him. I can't say he's been so good to me. As as you know on a professional level but also as a friend dislike and just and just giving me so much confidence in doing theater in New York it's like going into everyone knows me as if they know who I am at all all they're like. Oh this guy from youtube the khloe video. He's going to do a show in you know it's like Michael Like just by putting his name and sort of standing behind me and believing in me. It's like he legitimized the gentleman's name for so many people you know and you know. And he's Savini. Videos opened up a lot of doors to you. Oh for sure for sure it was also just but you know it's like when you're trying to take some staff that sort of just like you know people you know they have their association and they always will I'm I'm so grateful to call you. But he has to. Because it's like when people tell me that I I try to not forget like how how special that is like that I got that I created something somebody responds to as awesome so you know close Viennese like I'm ready to check my God. Is She knew the the hundreds of dollars that I make fifty percents you. What are you watching right now? A lot of time to watch television not this year. I've been so busy. 'cause I just did. I'm on on search party. You you guys know that show. I've done a couple episodes. I'm not a regular I just I've just done a just a few episodes of that but it's amazing check it out it's on it was on. TBS They've moved it to HBO Max when Hbo Max Launches in the Spring So it is A. It's sort of like a girls but admits hitchcock show the alley cat and on John Early and I made on John Anyway they're incredible cast the people but it's basically like hipster asshole murder mystery show and it's really funny and also like really dark and so I was doing that last week. Is Shoots New York so between that four hundred golden girls says of doing. I haven't watched anything healthily and watching screeners I just finally. They got caught up on bike on the morning. Show which I am on. Hey I love the morning show on on Apple. TV The Jennifer Aniston. Check.

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"john early" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:58 min | 2 years ago

"john early" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Need to be reminded of who we are and you know But my is not that I mean I would never. I compare my sort of boys in the band but I'm definitely again. It's a lot like bright colors patterns in the world just like exploring modern gay relationships and friendships and My new ones have more about like sort of an I realize as I was writing it like it's about curator parties as you get older not inviting people that you don't need to have at your party day or anger life and and taking care of the ones that matter you know and and now that I'm able to play by play some nice people. I don't have to play all monsters. I spend a lot of them are horrible people. I was really concerned about writing and I was like. Oh my God am I saying like came in her terrible and they might director. Tom Tournus was like kind of yes. And also like who's going to come to a rookie show and expect to see a lot of sweet kind people like no one so go for it. You know well well. That is a challenge. A lot of like a queer gay content creators or artists. Have which is we want to be liked and yet we're very comfortable and pointing out the awkwardness and troubles. That we've experienced in other people experience like most recently gently Budi judge has husband. Jason was going to do a fundraiser at a gay Bar and twenty minutes before the fundraisers about to start. He's literally sitting outside in his car. And they're they're the. He requested that they take down the stripper pole and he wouldn't they wouldn't so he cancelled it and there was all this. It moves it through Europe. They moved it to a different location. And I thought that was really funny and I share that on social media. I was like no stranger into a stripper pole. Okay and and so sharing that and people are just like you're attacking one of our own. Oh God to what's crazy to me is that we can't have it like we should be able to do both as gay people like it's so gross. I'm quoting my own show show but I say by colors I say we make fun of things and celebrate them at the same time is what gay is. That's why we can watch like tragic women fall apart and laugh half love them at the same time and worshiped and I go. Oh my God what a mess but also I love you and I want to take care of you but also watch you know that sort of that sort of thing in is in our DNA to be as like you know and that doesn't mean we're out cold but it or saints. It's like it's just who we are and it's like part of our flavor. That's our heritage. Is that ambiguity. Yes yes absolutely and and so you know but in modern cancel culture. It's like no. You're you're being homophobic or your. You know that you're basically voting for trump. If you people just go they go to the extreme mm-hmm as opposed to trying to find the nuance within that. I don't know it might show. I wanted to just like play a bunch. A bunch of different came in at a party and sort of like sort of. You've you know my experience of what we're like and good bat and everything in between and without trying to say like here's the point on making the versus like like just sort of showing us because I still don't think we have enough representation and we don't make enough a lot of us create content that's like still for other people or or we have these idealize versions of gay. People were afraid to show kind of messy ugly gay people. And that's all I want to. It's always been an issue to this idea that our quality our acceptance will not happen unless we're lovable flawless. And exactly well it's Robert Rope thing about like I'm Gonna I'm GonNa be this straight a student. I'm going to do everything right. I'm GONNA have a perfect body. I'm going to be as straight acting as all that stuff. Musk rubbed out of me. So that you'll love me. Oh Wow I still hate myself. What's not about you know feel? Aj and the queen gets it right. Because because sometimes I feel that those feelings get brushed under and other works of Rupaul. Either you know on drag race or elsewhere are and I feel like in a lot of ways. Aj in the Queen. kind of SEI's rupaul. From the mistake he's made in the past which is not engage in a constructive way with those those self destructive elements yeah. We're having the space to do it. You know it's like so you know so some ways I would say argue that. Aj and the Queen outshines drag race in its to tell the story And I I hope that it has a future seasons of me too. I haven't heard anything. I hope. I hope they're more seasons. I hope I get to be involved in it again because it was just. It was really pretty awesome. Well you're pretty awesome. I love talking to you your work I really. I could've seen more of it. You know you do stuff all over the country but you know one day. I'LL BE CHICAGO. I never performed formed in Chicago. Michael you're in the home studio what he's doing shopper. And cellar which was based on uh-huh Chrissy book by Barbara streisand where she keeps up underground village in her home so she can mall under her home. Yeah it with so fascinating doing on a new play on Broadway now grant horizons and I'm going to see on next. We got a New York next week. Thought about he's fast. He's the greatest he's he's also producing minor Xiao so he's going to be involved in that as well so the cell happy to hear that because I really have I love Michael and we love you drew and it's like and see people like drew hates. It's Michael you know guys like collaborate and grow together and is really wonderful. All Yeah he's he's I mean he's just he inspires me so much like and just his energy his end he's just so collaborative an and just so funny and just I mean everything and a door him. I can't say he's been so good to me. As as you know on a professional level but also as a friend dislike and just and just giving me so much confidence in doing theater in New York it's like going into everyone knows me as if they know who I am at all all they're like. Oh this guy from youtube the khloe video. He's going to do a show in you know it's like Michael Like just by putting his name and sort of standing behind me and believing in me. It's like he legitimized the gentleman's name for so many people you know and you know. And he's Vini videos opened up a lot of doors to you. Oh for sure for sure it was also just but you know it's like when you're trying to take some nextstep sort of just like you know people you know they have their association and they always will I'm I'm so grateful to call you. But he has to. Because it's like when people tell me that I I try to not forget like how how special that is like that I got that I created something somebody responds to as awesome so you know close Viennese like I'm ready to check my God. Is She knew the the hundreds of dollars that I make fifty percents you. What are you watching right now? A lot of time to watch television not this year. I've been so busy. 'cause I just did. I'm on on search party. You you guys know that show. I've done a couple episodes. I'm not a regular I just I've just done a just a few episodes of that but it's amazing check it out it's on it was on. TBS They've moved it to HBO Max when Hbo Max Launches in the Spring So it is A. It's sort of like a girls but admits hitchcock show the alley cat and on John Early and I made on John Anyway they're incredible cast the people but it's basically like hipster asshole murder mystery show and it's really funny and also like really dark and so I was doing that last week. Is Shoots New York so between that four hundred golden girls says of doing. I haven't watched anything healthily and watching screeners I just finally. They got caught up on bike on the morning. Show which I am on. Hey I love the morning show on on Apple..

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"john early" Discussed on Confessions of a Marketer

Confessions of a Marketer

10:35 min | 3 years ago

"john early" Discussed on Confessions of a Marketer

"Let's get to John Chang. I, I spoke with John Early this year about a survey that IBM Watson did on marketing John was knowledgeable insightful and passionate. And not just about marketing follow him on linked in or Twitter. And you'll see someone with broad interests in helping others figure things out when I saw him post a career planning template. I thought it would be fun to have him into chat about it, and see how he formulated it. This is the first part of our discussion. We talk about starting with your passions and figuring out two things you can be great at. So let's get to it. John chang. Welcome back to confessions of a marketer, great to have you here. Thank you for having just I just can't stop. This is so good. Yeah. We'll come back again. And again, and again, well, what prompted me to say. Hey, john. I'm wanna have you back on as you shared a five year career planning template, a while back, it was on linked in or somewhere like that. And I was intrigued by it, but I was also intrigued by what prompted you to do that. So why did you post that? So it actually started off with a bunch of conversations years ago, I needed to just think about what I wanted to be on a grew up SEIs started making a couple of templates, which are part of this guess, I'll call it the omnibus template, and I've had a couple of these things that use my own, and I have been sharing them with people lately, on primarily through these office hours that I do. So I do. Online office hours for anyone who wants crude vice marketing advice, yada, yada, yada in exchange for five dollars to the charity of choice. And a lot of these people have been feeling. I mean in, in rightfully so in this is what I want. So to measurement of success. I've been sailing a lot like dear Abby, and people will hop on for thirty mid online chat with me. And it's really easy. When you're the one giving advice because to identify themes in a lot of these themes are the things that addressing in this omnibus. So that's kind of what prompted I mean there's these things that use my own. Then I started seeing seems about people who would benefit from it in. Let's it's time to get organized. But this online. You seem to be nonstop. You seem to always be going appearing here and there and, and rarely is that part of personality kind of put together with someone who's idealistic you seem to be idealistic to thanks. It's intentional. I did this whole period whereas reading a bunch of productivity books and one kind of always been idealistic. I must went and got a social degree instead of a philosophy degree. Instead. I mean neither a really tomorrow night. But probably the productivity books they read did state that having an ideal in working towards that is actually really beneficial. So there's scientific studies show that it's beneficial for high performance activists one book called peak performance on that actually talks about this. So I wanted to lean into it, and I mean, it's I think it's a no brainer. But it is harder to do specially in the marketing room because our metrics, don't necessarily correlate positively with idealism, right? You check that out of the door when decide to take sometime try not to. So it's good to have this little bit of the discussion now because the first step is to start with your passions, which I guess are based on your ideals, I think so too kind of seems obvious, but many people ignore their passions or their ideals or what they love when they start their career. So why do you think it's? Important to start with your passions. Well, I think that it's important to pursue something where you're going to be able to give it everything and not really burn out. And then I didn't actually mean to just talk about this one book, I mean, there's a bunch of books and studies about this kind of stuff. But on that book, peak performance does talk about how burn out is more likely win. You're just giving it all to things that you like aren't passionate about you care about something, but not necessarily be passionate about it on also put it in this omnibus at the very beginning for a couple reasons. First of all this kind of stuff, it's not meant to be taken as is everyone's career path is very different. But I think that starting with passions is something that's been dragged through the mud and it's been said everywhere without proper context or without any next steps. So I wanted to contextual. Is it in a way that actually helped someone think, through, what are my passions in, how do they let her up to skill sets, and the very most extreme examples, one of? My friends is the dog matchmaker in your city, and she has, like a nominal life in career. She matches people to rescue dogs all I'm not like dogs dating that Senate really think. Now for for one hundred dollars, she will match you with a dog and arm. Everyone ever ever matched has been very happy. And she does like a dozen week. So you do the math. It's, it's highly lucrative. But so then, that's like one extreme and then on the very, very, very opposite side. I also wanted to address this, because pursuing your passions is also a luxury in it's also something that has reflective of having a stance in life because I think there's an inflection point in your financial stability that allows you to pursue passions on. I think back to my like immigrant parents as well. I was thinking about a lot of that because they're both. They're both entrepreneurs and started thrown careers to pursue this American dream, but they didn't such way where they actually had to ignore their passions to set themselves up financially to help children up. It has me. So I wanted this to be something where it. Not only helped us ladder up to what our passions are, and how it can make some professionally sustainable. But on the other end kind of paint the reality of it as well. Both super important to me. Yeah, I mean it's one thing to provide, you know, for the livelihood of your family, which is what your parents did that can be a passion as well. Right. So you may you may go to you may go to a job that you maybe don't love. But if you're passionate taking care of your family that kind of makes up for it yet, I absolutely think so in tier point in this is even better because I hadn't thought about it when making it, but to your point passions are not singular definitions. I think that's another reason why people go on stage. They're like pursue your passions. We feel really good about it, but don't know how to take it to that next level. So in this template, I have it ladder up to three passions with a primary skill. A secondary skill in tertiary skill. And then you list out example, careers or jobs that work in them. Trix new also ask people to figure out two things they can be great at a. So how does that work in? How did you arrive at two not one or one three or fifteen I would say, at least to the reason why chose to just because it was a model that I could repurpose from brand, marketing and product marketing, I just wanted to use perceptual map in same kind of thing there. It's like a lot of brands are known for more than two things, but this is a great intro exercise. It's kinda square one when I'm thinking about how do I want my brand position in the market? And when it comes down to it, we are all our own brand. So how do we wanna be positioned the market? So to me, it's like the two things I think you should start there with one. It's hard to kind of figure out your uniqueness with just one thing. And I think that's where. A lot of people just kind of spin their wheels, or like well, what's the one thing I want to be known for? Whereas when you put it in relationship to something else, it's easier to see a holistic picture like even think that about metrics deal. When I when you say I wanna make one million dollars while what is that in relationship to what is the goal? So it could be a very small percentage, large percentage, all that kind of stuff. So when it everything for metrics, all the way to passions understanding the relationship to another data point, I think is really important here, also because it helps you, then find those were similar to you, one of the outcomes of perceptual map, we just call clusters if I wanna be the best teacher in marketer than I have competition. So there are other people who are both good at teaching marketing. However, that might be the way you think about it for a brand for personally, though. I don't really think of that as competition, I'm actually trying to find allies. And that's another reason why I thought. Starting with two things might be great. Because now I can I can think of like a bunch of different people who are great teachers in marketers, and to me, these are the people that I need to learn from these people need to contact these people in you to my close circle. It's interesting. You mentioned product marketing stealing ideas from there. And this kind of reminds me of product market fit it's, but it's kind of like person market fit. It's combining that I can see the discipline that you obviously bring to your job, you're bringing to this kind of exercise as well. Yeah, I think they so many things not even just in the marketing field that could be repurpose when thinking about your own career. Marketing is a lot easier, though, just because the way that I mean, I think the way that we're bringing our selves to market is. So similar to a brand, especially with this advent of influencers on were all trying to be influential in one way or another in therefore taking a page from a marketing playbook is more relevant than. All right. John is back next time to conclude our discussion about his career planning template, and how you can use it to improve your work life. And even become a better marketer. We're tuning in next time this episode of confessions of a market was written produced edited by yours. Truly t Jordan avai- class productions Rosen theme music confessions of marketers a trademark of Rita renewable Lincoln this episode is copyright twenty nineteen. I'm Mark read Edwards, see next time..

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"john early" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"john early" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We sedition to the trade war, thumb wrestling wrestling present shame President Trump. All right. Well, in the meantime, unreliable entities and sweeping blacklists is where we are. We're gonna get an update on what that all means and how it may ripple through the tech world from John Early C'mon in just a minute. We'll get those details in just a second for step though. Back to your role, the business with Charlie Pellett, and I think very much happy Friday, by the way to the two of you. We've got the Dow, the s&p NASDAQ, not so happy finished the trading week down for a fourth consecutive week in the us, and P five hundred index falling today by one point three percent. Stocks extended a weekly loss to the worst since Christmas. Treasuries rallied a fourth day as the Trump administration's trade. Spats intensified oil, west Texas intermediate crude tumbling five point seven percent today at fifty three thirty seven a barrel. Brent sixty four forty nine down three point six percent gold down a higher by one point three percent. Thirteen o five ounce. The ten year up twenty four thirty seconds, yield two point one two percent. So the P down thirty six down one point three percent. The Dow down three hundred fifty four down one point four percent, and NASDAQ lower by one hundred and fourteen down one and a half percent. Matt Maleas is equity strategist at Miller tailback. He's got this advice for investors. The most important thing to do is not react to parsley people start dumping stocks left. And right. And then they caught them trouble. But I do think one thing, I've been saying, I several weeks is Bill raised a little bit of cash get a little bit more defensive and go, and look at the stocks that people K you too weak to these uncertain times. In other words, once a good dividend not only pay dividends but have a record of increase in their dividend on a annual basis on a regular basis. And again, recapping stocks lower the s&p slumping thirty six points to end the week and into a new trading month and twenty seven fifty two. I'm Charlie.

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"john early" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"john early" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"One on one. I'm Harris Allen. The Yankees welcome James Paxton back to the rotation returning from his inflamed knee. He no hit the Padres through four innings yesterday. Striking out seven before exiting and the offense gave Paxton breathing room from the get-go. Head of the ball is high that is far. Gone. That I lead up homerun. David John makes long gone. They homers, the love seats. And the Yankees stake as fast. One nothing lead is you can take. That's John Early in the first inning here on the fan. Luke void right behind LeMay. Who in the order, also went deep the bombers are on their way to a seven nothing victory. Chad green adamant Avino Jonathan older and Nestor Cortes junior, all followed Paxton and completed a four hitter other Yankee long balls from glacier Torres and g or shelhah the take the series two to one. They've won thirteen out of sixteen. They'll host the Red Sox on Thursday night in the first of a four game set. We'll have it for you on the fed with coverage starting at six twenty five Mets and dodgers in progress. New York looking to make it two straight wins in Los Angeles last night. They scored seven runs. They've surpassed that number tonight. Let's go back out to Kelli. Another live update from the fans. Ed coleman. The dodgers lost two games over a month. But it looks like they will do so tonight at the end of the eight four dodgers gotta run on Justin Turner's RBI single and the bottom of this other bidding, and that made it an eight four game. But. A seven four the Mets and big Neidl. We're all four home runs to buy pita Lonzo both to on shots nineteen on the air and that I'm Ed referral back to back leadoff seventh-inning, and that made it an eight tweet game at the time. Gobi I made eight to four Noah Syndergaard one six gave up seventy three run walk the couple strikeout. Five one hundred sixteen pitches as he laboured his way through. Yeah, there's ups and downs at a three nothing lead. Let that go the dodgers tied at three three but then Alonzo's on job made it a five game in the Mets have gone on there. A lot of people have chip in tonight's good defenses. Well, that's what sharp out here on the third of four game..

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"john early" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"john early" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of one percent. I'm Charlie Pellett. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Thank you, Charlie nine Taylor eggs here with Jason Kelly. And you're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek. We'll tailoring it is an ongoing battle for eyeballs as you mentioned a few minutes ago. Content is king who's going to own it how they're going to get it to us some of the biggest questions certainly here in Hollywood. No one knows this world better than our own. John Early men. He is the anchor of bien en Bloomberg the open also correspondent for C TV, national news. He did a tour of the city of angels. He's now joining us on the phone from Toronto. So John how big a deal is this Disney taking full control of Hulu. I actually think Jason of all the media deals. We've seen recently. This one helps to piece everything together more than the others because there's so many players that ultimately involved with this headline today is basically there's a high profile divorce between Comcast and Disney when it comes to Hulu over the next few years. We're going to see Comcast leave that partnership with a whole bunch of money. They're gonna take their content for their own streaming service and Disney is going to use Hulu as part of its big streaming push. Now couple of years ago. We know that the big media companies were pleased as punch to be partners in Hulu at Disney yet FOX yet Comcast and AT and T Adam endorsing steak, but at this stage of the game, they're all pursuing their own streaming services to do battle with Netflix. So things have gotten complicated AT and T went out. They bought Time Warner now called Warner media. They're getting ready for their own streaming service. So eighteen sold there. Stake in Hulu contact same deal. They're getting ready for the streaming wars. They're going to take your NBC, universal content and do battle with it on their own platforms. Fox will they sold the Disney which gave dizzy a controlling stake in Hulu, and then Disney looked at the situation. And they said, you know, what we launch our own streaming service Disney, plus which will see later this year. We can put our Disney family brands on there. Whether it's Disney stuff for Pixar or marvel or Lucasfilm now edgier content that we don't really market as dizzy. Well, let's let's use us to do that. By the way. Let's also fund it all with the ESPN streaming service. So it really helps this deal. I think to explain how quickly the landscape has changed since John. I think the key word that I heard from you is streaming wars and that everyone is broken apart. Now to try to do their own thing. How does Hulu differentiate itself really for me? It's a Hulu into net. Flicks. Are they the ones that can finally sort of be able to take on? Netflix can even stand a chance. Big question Taylor. Good one. I mean, I think when you look at the numbers first of all Disney has been pretty clear on how big they think their services can get. They've already told us over the next five years. Their goal is to see between sixteen ninety million Disney play subscribers right now, there's about twenty eight million Hulu subscribers their hope is the next five years. They get to forty to sixty two. So that would be some pretty decent growth. I think one of the challenges is do you have the shows that make people just to sign up for something guys? I'm cheap. Okay. I haven't been watching game of thrones. 'cause I don't pay for HBO. And and I I think I'm going to buckle and cave by the end of this season because I just feel like I need to see what's going on. On. Early been you'll actually do at Taylor is just gonna live in her set of blissful ignorance about pop culture, and she's going to be fine. But it's interesting to hear that that I'm surprised to hear that you have in the you have succumbed before what listen it's all about the bottom line for me Jason dollars, but no in all seriousness kind of going through that now with Netflix. Is all about the originals. Do they have enough grain originals to keep going there subscriber base? So I think we'll have to ask the same question about the world. A lot of that FOX content has been great for the FOX company FX all those shows that made that cable channel stand out over the years. We're going to be continued to market it. Well, through Hulu the other complication to watch your guys is all these players. I really would grody services globally to get the kinds of subscriber numbers that Netflix has. But it does get complicated, especially here in Canada different weights holders for the different shows and Disney's going through those growing pains with the watch Disney plus right now. So I think that's the one to the content and the international rights figure that out, and I think you could have some very powerful players here. Well, and it's hard to bet anytime against Bob idir that is for sure John Early anchor for being in Bloomberg the open correspondent for TV, national news should mention the other big. That's getting a lot of traction here in LA La Land is the idea that the game of thrones guys. They're picking up the Star Wars franchise. I know you're excited about that. Taylor. Yeah. You know, me, I just know everything about Star Wars. Thrones said. Talking about less right here. I just watch of you can talk bonds. All right. Let's talk world and national headlines now for that. We get about.

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"john early" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"john early" Discussed on WJR 760

"Fashion. Good legislation this country into our state. I can only do that. If I see things as they really are. And I think reading was saying to me is Jerry I get allow people who walk through my office. Not all of them are giving it to me straight. And if you give it to me straight. I then can do my job in the right way. And I said to him John, I promise you always get the truth from me. And every time we went to see him in the years that followed that admonition wrong in my ears. And he was right. Hugely important job. And he wanted people like me to help him. See clearly so that he could do what he did. So well, which was dive into the heart of complex legislation in two important things for this country. What is simple yet brilliant thing to say and to hope for and to make clear to the people in front of him. He could not help you in the people you help your constituents if he didn't have a honest grasp of what was going on. Exactly. Right. And he knew that he was fashioning things that affected industry and also affected environmental outcomes energy outcomes for millions of citizens cross country. And if he was doing that based on information that wasn't straight. He wouldn't do it. Right. So you're right simple. But just the right thing to say to a guy who was early in his career like. Me. I remember another time. I went into c- later in my career. He was still at the height of his powers, and I was leading a group of fellow seek ios in. We sat around his table in his office in John just commanded the room that day. And when we left the room after the meeting ended one of the one of my fellow CTO. Wow. You know, what a privilege that was to see a legend to the legislature. Hold force is he did with so much presence. And so much stature he said that was a treat. I'll always remember in John could do that. And that's why he was so affected. He could command a room, and he could command a legislative chamber, and it's why he got so much done over the course of his career. He was he was a powerful man in a kind, man. And you know, he was kind of it could be really tough when he needed to be and as a result of mentally effective at what he did. Well, he gave you great advice. And that was great advice to all leaders. And frankly, Gerry Anderson, I don't mean to put words in your mouth. But I I bet there's been a time before or since that that you've said to some of the folks that report to you. Hey, don't sugar coat it tell me the truth. So I know exactly where we are. So we can fix these things if. There's a problem, and that's really a good relationship between the boss and the workers. It's exactly right. I tell our people repeatedly the truth is a very efficient thing. Let's just get to the truth. And then we can decide what to do and John Early in my career was giving me that admonition to steer with the troops and logos fashion solutions based on it. Well, God bless you, Jerry Anderson. Keep up the good work anything else, we need to know about the energy right now. Well, you know, anytime we have potentially troublesome weather in the offing..

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"john early" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"john early" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"There's this dude who made a video about it. He's literally in the front row this girls right on stage in front of him. And he's like, she not ready. This ain't funny. And it's like you're a black man at a black woman show literally fucking hating on her in the front. I don't care what she did. Or didn't do do like you? Did you go? I went to see if she was funny. It was like so you started trying to start coming down. Yeah. Why why you're black? She's black. I'm not saying the support all black people. But like why not communicating hard even when you're not famous comedians. Have it hard because? Yeah, there's not as much pressure. But you have to win it audience over went from hosting bingo at hamburger Mary's to doing national comedy tours. I never did. Like when I read the bed wetter on. Girl at the lower back tattoo. I read that these comics to like basically a bomb for ten years. Yes. Until some man let me sit at their table. And then exposes stick to me. And then I got a bit part in a TV show. Luckily, and so like the path for comedians is so up hill doing three I was I just to John Early show at the satellite because I was like, you know, what when I moved to LA. I never do. I never get out of my bubble. I'm always performing four Trixie fans at Trixie shows. They haven't a Khobar ticket. They are already fan. Yes. So I was like I'm gonna go to show or like, it's a stray people show. Nobody knows me and girl generally, generally, they knew you they did. But also with three hundred seats, which is smaller venues are scarier, and then I'm like, I'm the only one appear not in a wig. And they're not specifically here for me. I was like this reminds me how difficult real working could be a lot of them are doing three shows a night. Yes. By the way. I don't want to say much people got paid. It was not people. Don't get paid a lot. Money to do comedy. Correct. That being said I have been with comedian. I remember just a Martindale him. Yes. We were gonna the comedy store because he was doing a fifteen minute set. And I remember walking up to there with him walking from his house watching a set going home and being like you really worked fifteen minutes. So it sounds like you don't really do anything drag queens are hours getting ready..

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"john early" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

09:46 min | 3 years ago

"john early" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Suddenly, Richard the first is dead. The man celebrated in cartoon fashion as the great king who comes back from the crusades and relieves the people of England from the persecution of prince, John and Robin Hood and maid Marion and all the rest are validated by Richard. The firsts return all of that is a cartoon. It never happened, Richard. The first however is a very real corpse in eleven ninety nine he struck by a cross Bohm's bolt. Dies of gangrene eleven days later. There is a moment to introduce the hero. The protagonist the extremely unusual character of king. John in the new book by Mark Morris? Treachery and tyranny in medieval England the road. The Magna Carta is not Walt Disney's King, John. It's not the character king. John from Ivanhoe written by a very famous, Scott. And it's certainly not the king. John of Shakespeare, it is King John in the records. Mark. Congratulations and good evening to you. The records are voluminous especially because I learned from you in your presentation. This was the period of time when they started keeping very careful accounting records and all the letters were capped of the kingdom and the correspondence of the king and King John is a voluminous letter writer often threatening always reversing himself all of his colleagues seem to have written as well, including. The biography of one name name William Marshall, whose family compiles documents from his time serving King, John I begin with the death of Richard the first to get rid of all the goodbye to all that all the fairy tale of Robin Hood, and Richard and introducing king. John also known as Lackland the youngest son of Henry and Eleanor of Aquitaine who is at this moment. How is he viewed by the sudden, the sudden arising of King John to be Lord of not only of the Endre vain empire that is in France. But also England and Scotland and Wales and even Ireland a very good evening to you. Mar good evening goes, whoa. What an introduction. Well, what is that? How Joan viewed in eleven ninety nine. Well, I'm gonna take shoot with you slightly to begin became because you said, you know, the Robin Hood King, John is sort of made up legendary. But there is a hard kernel of truth in that. Because coast, Richard dude, go on crusade and Joan he's younger, brother. Did try Wall Street? It was a way to use a the throne. And so that in the early nineties that's based on true. So that the Robin Hood legends. You talk about is written by Walter skull. Robin Hood is a legendary figure and has nothing to do in historical reality with Richard and John. So they really stick figures in the sort of the legends merge at some point in the sixteenth century from which point on may become the standard story. But the truth of the matter is John did try to take from Richard his older brother Wall Street to was absent. Now, the thing is whatever we think today of crusading by and large most people think that trying to convert people that sort point is is not such a good idea in the middle ages at this point in time in the turn of the twelve and thirteen th century. This was the highest and noblest calling to fight fight for Christendom to try and recover. The holy city truce them. So Richard is is fulfilling with highest chevelle deal. And by the same token, the most dreadful thing you can do most notorious thing you can do is to attack the land of an absent crusade. Which is what John does in with the king of France Richards, enemy, so. This is really early in his life. He's in his early to mid twenties at this point Radi damages John's reputation, even before he's hanging eleven nine thousand nine and stains him with treachery. And this is a tree of my subtitle. So that's the important. How is Joan viewed in eleven ninety nine he has this back story of betrayal of his older, brother. The difficult thing is for people in eleven ninety nine. They are faced with few choices because John is the youngest son of Henry the second amendment evacuate evacuating and his older brothers who died the only possible alternative is the son of John's deceased older brother Jeffrey, the sun is cooled off. So he's John's nephew. And the problem with offer is one Hayes boy of twelve so he's not going to be able to stand up to the force of the king of France. And the other problem is is dishonest and to launch extent. In collaboration with the king of France. He's been raised in Brittany which wants to break away from the German empire. Really? For people in Normandy and England, and you have to remember that Normandy in England has been linked to get a yoked together since the Norman conquest a hundred and thirty years before. The powerful people in those politics who in many cases, the most powerful people a powerful on both sides of the English channel. So for example, the look north has landed in Normandy and Chester in England highlands Normandy. They want that Anglo Norman realm to stick together. They're only candidate the unity candidate has to be Joan. So whatever they think of his previous behavior, and it's pretty clear from chronic was writing in the eleven ninety s Joe most regarded as fickle and treacherous. He is the man who must be king in eleven ninety nine. So when Richard suddenly dies there is debate across all of these lands owned by Richard. And remember, you know, you you you listed them off quite quickly. So we're talking about not just England. Everything came western France. From channel coast Normandy all the way down to the border with Spain the pyramids. So this is an an empire on inflammation of lines. That stretches nearly a thousand miles from north to south the painful, the Hong empire innings and the Normandy. They won't they need Joan to be the new king, and yet John is doubted by his closest councillors, you have a wonderful exchange between William marshal a military, man. A senior military man who's often with John through these next troubled years with Hubert Walker who happens to be the archbishop of Canterbury. And the quote, you give us from the chronicles Hubert Walker to Marshall I believe you will not regret anything you did as much as you're what you're doing now, meaning choosing John over Arthur doubts right away. Yeah. You see? This is the difficulty, isn't it? The thing is and this is where you have people in the past of constructed defense. King. John is most of these was particularly history. Woody Marshall is Britain with the benefit of hindsight. History of Marshall is composed in the twelve twenty s after John has been dead several years and the outcome, but disastrous outcome of his reign is known so one, and why does anybody I mean, this this history of William Mosley, very unusual source in that it is a biography of the lame. The first biography of Lehman we have in this period, isn't who is not a king. Now, why is that biography commissioned by the Mark whose families did send his reputation the Marshall has risen very high not just under John's predecessors. But also under John he was someone who stopped by John all of his career. So the marshalls line and the line of the martial biography. Takes is I was loyal to my Lord. I always did the loyal and honorable thing. And it it's similar technically trying to justify his his his adherents to John. And at the same time distance from John. So there is an awful lot of hindsight in in the white the history of William marshal tells this tale and constantly seeks to to distance to to put clear blue water between John and the Marsh. So that's a great instance of William marshal saying, I think. Succession and law impropriety says that John should become king. And and then the archbishop is kind of the prophet of dealing with the benefit of hindsight saying this is gonna turn out very badly. So fantastic. Sources is you know, these chronic who weighed individually, you know, we've care and are they telling the truth, and when might they be lying and that so powerful makes it fun writing biographies overseas. These people it's what the agenda of the office very early in the reign seventeen year reign of King, John. And when we come back, you have the major contest for John Early in his reign. Arthur his nephew has a claim on his throne and Philip Augustus. The king of France knows it and uses it and so the action over the next three years is what is to be done. What is John to be done with? Arthur the book is Mark Morris is King John treachery. We'll get to that tyranny. In medieval England and the road to Magna Carta. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show..

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"john early" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:58 min | 3 years ago

"john early" Discussed on KGO 810

"Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Suddenly, Richard the first is dead. The man celebrated in cartoon fashion as the great king who comes back from the crusades and relieves the people of England from the persecution of prince, John and Robin Hood and maid Marion and all the rest are validated by Richard. The firsts return all of that is a cartoon it never happened, Richard. The first, however is a very real corpse in eleven ninety nine he struck by a cross Bohm's bolt dies of gangrene eleven days later. There is a moment to introduce the hero. The protagonist the extremely unusual character of king. John in the new book by Mark Morris? Treachery and tyranny in medieval England, the road to Magna Carta is not Walt Disney's King, John. It's not the character King John from I've Unho written by a very famous Scott. And it's certainly not the king. John of Shakespeare, it is king. John in the records. Mark. Congratulations and good evening to you. The records are voluminous especially because I learned from you in your presentation. This was the period of time when they started keeping very careful accounting records and all the letters were kept of the kingdom and the correspondence of the king and King John is a voluminous letter writer often threatening always reversing himself all of his colleagues seemed to have written as well, including the biography of one name name William Marshall, whose family compiles documents from his time serving King, John I begin with the death of Richard the first to get rid of offbeat goodbye to all that all the fairy tale of Robin Hood, and Richard and introducing king. John also known as Lackland the youngest son of Henry and Eleanor evacuating. Who is he at this moment? How is he viewed by the sudden the sudden arising of king? John to be Lord of not only the Angeline at empire that is in France. But also England and Scotland and Wales and even Ireland very good evening to you. Mar good evening what an introduction. Where Joan viewing eleven ninety nine. Well, I'm going to take a shoot would you slightly to begin with? Because you said that, you know, the Robin Hood King, John is sort of made up his legendary. But there is a hard kernel of truth in that goes Richard did go on crusade and Joan he's younger, brother. Try Wall Street. It was a way to use a the throne and so that period in the early nineties. That's that's based on true. So that's the Robin Hood legends. Have you talk about is written by Walter skull? Robin Hood is a legendary figure and has nothing to do in historical reality with reach. You didn't John? So they really start fixing the sort of the legends merge at some point in the sixteenth century from which point on may become the standard story. But the truth of the matter is Joan did try to take the from Richard his older brother, Wall Street was absent. Now, the thing is whatever we think today of crusading by and large most people think that trying to convert people that sold point is is not such a good idea in the middle ages at this point in time in the turn of the twelve and thirteen th centuries. This was the highest and noblest calling to fight fight for Christian done to try and recover. The holy city tourism, so Richard is is fulfilling with highest chevelle Rick ideal. And by the same token, the most dreadful thing you do most notorious thing you can do is to attack the land of an absent crusade. Which is what John does in with the king of France Richards, enemy, so. This is really early in his life. He's in his early to mid twenties at this point Radi damages Jones reputation, even before he's caning eleven nine thousand nine hundred stains him with treachery. And this is the tree of my subtitle. So that's the important how Joan viewed in eleven ninety nine. Back story of betrayal of his older, brother. The difficult thing is for people and eleven nine thousand nine off faced with few choices because John is the youngest son of Henry the second amendment of Aquitaine and his older brothers who've died. The only possible alternative is the son of Jones deceased older brother, Jeffrey, the sun is called off. So he's John's nephew. The problem with offer is one a boy of twelve. So he's not going to stand up to the force of the king of France. And the other problem is is to some extent to large extent in collaboration with the king of France. He's been raised in Brittany which wants to break away from the empire. Oh, really? So people in Normandy and England, and you have to remember that Normandy in England has been linked together yoked together since the Norman conquest a hundred and thirty years before the powerful people in those politics who in many cases, the most powerful people a powerful both sides of the English channel. So for example, you north has lands in Normandy nearly Chester in England headlines in Normandy. They want that Anglo Norman realm to stick together. They're only candidate the unity candidate has to be Joan. So whatever they think of his previous behavior, and it's pretty clear from chronic was writing in the eleven ninety s Joe most regarded as fickle and treacherous. He is the man who must becaming eleven ninety nine. So when Richard suddenly dies there is debate across all of these lands owned by Richard. And remember, you know, you you you listed them off quite quickly. So we're talking about not. Not just England. Everything came western from from the channel coast Normandy all the way down to the border with Spain the pyramids. So this is an an empire. Of lands. That stretches nearly a thousand miles from north to south. The people the homeless of empire in England and Normandy won't or they need Jones to be their new king. And yet John is doubted by his closest councillors, you have a wonderful exchange between William marshal a military, man. A senior military man who's often with John through these next troubled years with Hubert Walker who happens to be the archbishop of Canterbury. And the quote, you give us from the chronicles Hubert Walker to we Marshall I believe you will not regret anything you did as much as you're what you're doing now, meaning choosing John over Arthur doubts right away. Yeah. You see? This is the difficulty, isn't it? The thing is, and this is where you have people in the past of constructed defense became John is most of these particular history with Marshall is written with the benefit of hindsight. History of Marshall is composed in the twelve twenty s after John has been dead several years and the outcome. But disastrous outcome of his writing is known so one unwinded anybody. I mean, this this history of William Moscow is very unusual source in that it is a biography of the layman the first biography of Lehman we have in this period, isn't who is not a king. Now, why is that biography commissioned by the Marsh whose families is defend his reputation, and the Marshall has risen very high not just under John's predecessors. But also under John he was someone who started by John all of his career, so the mall. She was lying on the line of the Marshall biography takes is I was loyal to my Lord, I always did to lower than honorable thing. And it it's similar tight initially turned to justify his his is adherents to John and at the same time distance from John. So there is an awful lot of hindsight in in the white the history of William marshal tells this tale. An constantly seeks to distance. You know, clearly water between John Marshall. So that's a great instance of William marshal saying, I think. Sedition and law impropriety says that John should become king. And and then the archbishop is kind of the profit of dealing with the benefit of hindsight saying this is gonna turn out very badly. So fantastic. Sources is you know, these twenty coups have to wait individually. You know, we've cared. They tell you the truth, and when my baby lying, and that's a powerful makes it fun rushing biographies, these people, it's what the agenda of the office very early in the reign seventeen year reign of King, John. And when we come back, you have the major contest for John Early in his reign. Arthur his nephew has a claim on his throne and Philip Augustus. The king of France knows it and uses at hand. So the action over the next three years is what is to be done. What is John to be done with? Arthur the book is Mark Morris is King John treachery. We'll get to that tyranny. In medieval England and the road to Magna Carta. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Balance of.

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"john early" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"john early" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Brother Jeffrey, the sun is cooled off. So he's John's nephew. And the problem with offer is one Hayes boy of twelve so he's not going to stand up to the force of the king of France. And the other problem is. He is dishonest stent to large extent. In collaboration with the king of France. He's been raised in Brittany which wants to break away from the Andrew an empire. Really? The people in Normandy and England, and you have to remember that Normandy in England has been linked together yoked together since the Norman conquest a hundred thirty years before. The powerful people in those politics who in many cases, the most powerful people a powerful on both sides of the English channel. So for example, the north has landed in Normandy and Chester in England heartlands in Normandy. They want that Anglo Norman realm to stick together. They're only candidate the unity candidate has to be Joan. So whatever they think previous behavior, and it's pretty clear from the chronic was writing in the eleven ninety s Joe most regarded as fickle and treacherous. He is the man who must be king in eleven ninety nine. So when Richard suddenly dies there is debate across all of these lands by Richard. And remember, you know, you you listed them off quite quickly. So we're talking about not just England. Every thinking western FRANZ from channel coast Normandy all the way down to the border with Spain. Apparently. So this is an an empire on of land. That stretches nearly a thousand miles from north to south the painful the homeless of empire in England. And Normandy, they won't or they need Joan to be the new king, and yet John is doubted by his closest councillors, you have a wonderful exchange between William marshal a military, man. A senior military man who's often with John through these next troubled years with Hubert Walker who happens to be the archbishop of Canterbury and the quote, you'll give us from the chronicles. Hubert Walker to Marshall I believe you will not regret anything you did as much as you're what you're doing now, meaning choosing John over Arthur doubts right away. Yeah. You see? This is the difficulty, isn't it? The thing is, and this is where you have people in the past is constructed defense, the King John is most of these particular history with Marshall is written with the benefit of hindsight. History of Marshall is composed in the twelve twenty s after John has been dead several years and the outcome, but disastrous outcome of his writing is known. So one unwinded anybody. I mean, this this history within Mosley's very unusual source in that it is a biography of the first biography of the Lehman we have in this period who is not a king. Now, why is that biography commissioned by the Marsh whose families is send his reputation and the Marshall has risen very high note. Just under John's predecessors. But also under John he was someone who stopped by John for all of his career. So the marshalls line and the line that the martial biography takes is I was loyal to my Lord. I always did loyal. Honorable thing. It's similar trying to justify his his his adherence to John and at the same time distancing from John. So there is an awful lot of hindsight in in the white the history of William marshal tell us this tale constantly seeks to distance. To to to, you know, clear blue water between John and the so that's a great instance of William marshal saying, I think. Sedation and law impropriety says that John should become king. And and then the archbishop is kind of the profit of dealing with the benefit of hindsight saying this is gonna turn out very badly. So fantastic. Sources is you know, these chronic coups have to Wade individually, you know, we've care are they telling the truth, and when my baby lying, and that so powerful makes it fun rushing biographies these people, it's what the agenda of the office very early in the reign seventeen year reign of King, John. And when we come back, you have the major contest for John Early in his reign. Arthur his nephew has a claim on his throne and Philip Augusta's. The king of France knows it and uses it and so the action over the next three years is what is to be done. What is John to be done with? Arthur the book is Mark Morris is King John treachery. We'll get to that tyranny. In medieval England and the road to Magna Carta. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show..

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"john early" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"john early" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That he's helped kind of been a part of the development process. If you want to believe in one way or another of of someone like living on bell, right? At least as far as you know, the offensive line at some of the blocking schemes and things like that. But what I've been reading today. There are a lot of people really high on Fangio, especially the Chicago fan base. You know, they really don't wanna lose it. But but how is a guy like that? If he's that great the head coaching candidate. How how's he had his opportunity and and not to not to interrupt Sam? But I have openly wondered that as well. How can a guy be in the NFL since the eighties? And now he is. And I've hypothesized this is not like, I ain't go to Vic Fangio and ask him or anything like that. If you look at his resume. He built up the Panthers defense when they are expansion team. He built up the Texans defense when their expansion team. You went to college and coach under Harbaugh then when he became the D coordinator in San Francisco with Harbaugh. That's when he started gained notoriety. So I would I I don't know if this is like, oh, well, then of course, we should go with Fangio. But I think I can see why he hadn't. Because Fangio has been in a situation where all these done is built. And sometimes when you are the builder of something, you're not the one that gets the credit. It's the guy after you. And I think that might be part of it with with Fangio not to say that he's a perfect candidate. I just that's what I have been able to glean or even the head coaches that he's been right might have taken some of that credit for the he has been with defensive-minded head coaches before too. So a lot of times when you have a defensive or offensive minded coach the coordinator, you know, doesn't get as much credit because it's the coaches is technically steering that part of a team. Right. And I guess that's what he wants. He wants hearing me really good on one side of the ball. Like you said last week. And I understand he wants an experienced coach. And I am on board with that. That's what I've been saying. Since Joseph was fired we need. The Broncos need to have someone come in. You're hired that that's an NFL. I prefer an NFL head coach experience. But that someone that's got at least some deep NFL roots and respect and things like that. But then I see some of these other other guy's getting hired out there. And I'm like, ooh. Like the floor. That's one of those guys that when his name popped up about a week or so ago, and I started learning more about him is I could be an exciting hire. The problem is John Early can't afford, right? Your take another chance because then here's job becomes expendable. Right. And so, but but it just makes me wonder if the safety of.

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