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Verlander pitches Astros to 3-1 win, ends Yanks' home streak

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Verlander pitches Astros to 3-1 win, ends Yanks' home streak

"The Astros bounced back from their stinging loss to the Yankees on Thursday by beating New York three to one Kyle Tucker threw in Homer of Luis severino in the 6th inning broke up a scoreless tie and gave Houston all the resident needed for the victory Justin Verlander made Tucker's home run stand up by holding the Yankees to just one run on Shan Carlos Stanton's Homer and four hits with only one walk to win his league leading 9th game of the season Last time I was tough loss So obviously after a tough loss you want to be able to bounce back and be the stopper and help the team get a win So I was happy to be able to do that Phil maitan and Rafael Montero wrapped it up for Verlander and the Astros The law snapped a 15 game Yankee winning streak at home Their longest such streak in 61 years Time area in New York

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Los Angeles District Attorney Faces Recall Effort

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:54 min | 3 d ago

Los Angeles District Attorney Faces Recall Effort

"The district attorney of Los Angeles, George gascon, is facing a recall, much in the same way that the San Francisco DA chesa boudin faced or recall and was in fact unceremoniously recalled and tossed out. Now gascon is basically a clone of boudin. This guy is a complete loser, he is a DA on the side of the criminals, this is a guy who has been battering and weakening, not just the police force, but the prosecutorial force in LA, crime rates have soared in LA. I mean, they've soared another parts of the country too, but more in LA, more in California, more in San Francisco. So gascon and budin are symbols of the worst. Of democratic kind of crime fighting policy. And I want to talk about a specific case a case involving a really bad guy criminal named Justin Flores. So this guy Justin Flores is now accused of fatally shooting to El Monte police department, well, a Corporal and an officer, Michael parades and Joseph Santana. Here's a guy who was facing serious felony charges. And gascon led him out, put him on probation. And this has been by and large the gas on strategy. It's essentially to take criminals who are in a serious, who should be incarcerated, and let them loose, put them on probation. And what is this guy doing? He gets into a domestic dispute that police get reports of a possible stabbing. They show up at the scene, a shootout occurs, and vote the officers are killed.

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Freeman, Turner power Dodgers to 7-1 victory over Guardians

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Freeman, Turner power Dodgers to 7-1 victory over Guardians

"Julio urias threw 6 solid innings in the Dodgers 7 to one win over the guardians LA jumped out to a 5 one lead after just three innings more than enough support for urias who allowed just one unearned run He improves to a four and 6 record Trey Turner cracked a two run Homer his 9th and Justin Turner drove in two runs Cleveland started Cal quantrill allowed 5 runs in 5 innings and drops to four and four The guardian's winning streak ends at 5 Mark Myers Los Angeles

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Cueto, López combine for 3-hitter as Chisox down Astros 7-0

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last week

Cueto, López combine for 3-hitter as Chisox down Astros 7-0

"Johnny cueto allowed two hits over 7 scoreless innings as the Chicago White Sox beat the Houston Astros 7 to nothing In earning his first win of the season cueto allowed just two singles and two walks while striking out 5 and did not allow a runner to reach second base Andrew Vaughn and Luis Robert collected three hits a piece for the White Sox von scored two runs and Robert drove in four Justin Verlander was tagged with 7 runs four earned on 9 hits in three and two thirds innings for the Astros Adam spole in Houston

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Who Is Veteran Journalist John Solomon?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:09 min | Last week

Who Is Veteran Journalist John Solomon?

"He is the founder of Justin news dot com, a good friend of the Satan network, John Solomon, welcome to America first one on one. Yeah, great to be with you, Seth. So you come on the show every week. Usually the night before about 10 p.m. your text me some big breaking story and exclusive that you guys have at Justin news dot com. You're an incredible asset to people who really want the truth and not the fake news. For those who missed our last longer discussion, which was at least a year ago, if not more, let's do a little biopic on John Solomon because you come from a police family. You've had a long, long history of working in the big name news media, then you broke out by yourself. So give us a little potted version of how you came where you how you came to be where you are today, John. Yeah, that's I grew up in a family full of Irish cops, and I think I was expected to be a cop, but I wanted to write. I love meeting people. And so I did spend some time working cell block in the courthouse, putting myself through school, but when that was done, I became a journalist and I worked at The Associated Press wire service for more than 20 years, then retired there, went to become the lead national investigative correspondent for Washington Post and was promoted to the editor of the Washington times. Brand the hill TV new television division when that started in 17. And that decided, you know what? I want to create my own organization. I saw my profession drift away from truth and towards agenda setting, meaning it didn't matter whether the story was true or not, no matter whether it helped set an agenda. I want to reverse that tide or resist that side. And so in 2020, I created just the news a site that's what its name says, which is we just do news. We don't have opinion pieces. I just want to give people facts and one of our promises is we'll be transparent with you. So everything we gather in our news stories at just the news. The video, the audio, the documents, all of the research we've done. We put into a separate tab called the dig in tool and you can look at everything and check us out, make up your own mind, you don't have to take our word for it. We're not so arrogant as to think you have to take our word like The New York Times does. We let you see the stuff and make up your own

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Gonsolin earns 8th victory, Dodgers edge Angels 2-0

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Gonsolin earns 8th victory, Dodgers edge Angels 2-0

"Tony Gonzalez became the first national league pitcher to 8 wins as the Dodgers beat the angels to nothing Consul in was superb through 6 and a third innings allowing just one hit while striking out 6 He is now 8 zero on the season with an exceptional 1.42 earned run average His manager Dave Roberts is a big fan The numbers don't lie so he's winning games when he pitches His ERA is great The strike up to walk great He's helping us win every time he goes out there The Dodger runs coming on a Justin Turner bases loaded walk in the fourth inning and a Mookie betts Homer in the 8th Noah syndergaard took the loss and falls to four and 5 Mark Myers Los Angeles

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AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last week

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"8 piece four time geffen cool bar the defending World Series champion braves won their 11th straight game beating the pirates 5 to three Adam Duvall Homer twice and drove in three while starter Kyle Wright struck out 7 over 6 innings of three run ball to earn the win Other Major League Baseball scores the Giants completed their first sweep of the Dodgers since 2016 with a two zero win Carlos rodon allowed just two hits and struck out 8 over 6 scoreless innings It's just something that you know we want to build off of keep this momentum into tomorrow and these next coming series The Diamondbacks ended the Phillies 9 game winning streak in a 13 to one route handing interim Philly manager rob Thompson his first loss since replacing the fire Joe Girardi Other national league winners the mets brewers rockies and reds In the American League Matt Carpenter went deep twice and drove in 7 as the Yankees pounded the cubs 18 to four correspondent Tom merriam reports The acts who have won 11 straight at home to command early scoring 5 runs in the bottom of the first Isaiah kind of falafel and Joey Gallo each hit it to run double Carpenter then blasted his first of the day at three run shot in the second to make it 8 one New York This is a really special group of people in this room It's more than just talent I watch it every day the way they compete Other AL winners the Astros Blue Jays raise Red Sox guardians rangers and Orioles In golf Rory McIlroy finished birdie birdie to hold off Justin Thomas and Tony finau at the RBC Canadian open Here's correspondent Graham agar's The Irish man was tied for the lead with Thomas with just two to play but a two shot swing on the 17th secured the victory his first title defense and his 21st career went on the PGA Tour Going up against guys like JT and Tony and coming out on top That's something to feel really good about Female stole second place with the last whole birdie Thomas claimed third And Daniel Suarez held off Chris buscher to become the first Mexican born driver to win a NASCAR Cup Series race in his 195th career start at Sonoma raceway Geffen kuba AP sports

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Daniel Suárez grabs historic NASCAR Cup Series win at Sonoma

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Daniel Suárez grabs historic NASCAR Cup Series win at Sonoma

"Daniel Suarez said last week that his luck has been so bad lately that he didn't think anyone would pick him to win but everything changed on Sunday at Sonoma raceway as he became the first Mexican born driver to get a win in the NASCAR Cup Series Which is a special day I have always seen California's as my second home and to be able to get the first victory here is quite special It was a statement victory for Suarez and his trackhouse racing team owned by Justin marks and the rapper Pitbull as he led 47 of the 110 lap race He did it by holding off Chris busher and road course expert Michael McDowell who finished second and third respectively Jerry Jordan Sonoma California

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McIlroy defends Canadian Open title in strong LIV response

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

McIlroy defends Canadian Open title in strong LIV response

"It took him three years to do it but Rory McIlroy finally waited out the COVID cancellations to successfully defend his Canadian open title Mcelroy birdied the last two holes to hold off challenges from Tony finau and the PGA champion Justin Thomas I went out with a lead and had to shoot it under to get the job done So going up against guys like JT and Tony and coming out on top that's something to feel really good about The Irish man was tied for the lead with Thomas with just two to play but a two shot swing on the 17th secured the victory his first title defense and his 21st career went on the PGA Tour Tony then stole second place with the last whole birdie Thomas claimed third I'm Graham agar

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Verlander wins 8th, Peña, Altuve homer, Astros beat Marlins

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Verlander wins 8th, Peña, Altuve homer, Astros beat Marlins

"Jose Altuve is 8th inning three run Homer helped the Houston ASTRO snap a three game losing skid with a 9 four win over the Miami Marlins Four unearned runs in the 7th inning enabled the Marlins to pull within a run after trailing 5 nothing so Altuve was able to steal back the momentum with his third hit of the day Laying the game is always good to score some runs Obviously they were playing really good old series around So taking it for Romney was I think at the moment it was what we needed Justin Verlander earned his 8th win of the season holding the Marlins without an earned run over 7 innings on three hits Brian de la Cruz hit a three run Homer for Miami Adam spole in Houston

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Justin Bieber battling rare virus causing facial paralysis: 'This is pretty serious as you can see'

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Justin Bieber battling rare virus causing facial paralysis: 'This is pretty serious as you can see'

"I Mike Gracia reporting Justin Bieber reveals a rare disorder is behind his facial paralysis Is it too late now to say sorry Justin Bieber has explained why he canceled shows in Toronto and to Washington D.C. It opposed on Instagram Friday The singer said he has a rare disorder called Ramsay hunt syndrome Ramsay hunt syndrome affects nerves in the face through a shingles outbreak And has caused my face to have paralysis The multi Grammy winner said he's unsure how long he'll take to heal I'm Mike

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Canadian Parliament Member Respontds to Trudeau Attack

Dennis Prager Podcasts

03:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Canadian Parliament Member Respontds to Trudeau Attack

"BEE dot com slash hi everybody. Dot com slash prager. I think while I had prime minister Steven Harper previous prime minister of Canada on the show and I did a PragerU interview with him at one of our gala events, but I've never had a member of the Canadian parliament on the show. So let me introduce Melissa alliance. She is a member of the parliament of parliament in Canada. And she is a woman of courage, let me give you an example. February 2022, I reported this, by the way, on the show. In response to a question raised by Melissa alliance regarding the usage of emergency act the emergency act, prime minister Justin Trudeau replied to her by stating quote. Conservative Party members can stand with people who wave swastikas. She's a member of the Conservative Party. In response, Melissa Lance been stated I am a strong Jewish woman. And a member of this house, and the descendant of Holocaust survivors. I have never been made to feel less except for today when the prime minister accused me of standing with swastikas. I think he owes me an apology, I'd like an apology. So folks, even if you're not into gambling, what would you bet? That Trudeau apologized or not. Also she has been fighting. The man I consider bringing Canada to be more like Cuba than any other North American example. I wrote about that few months ago. She's been fighting his COVID dictates. And supported the Canadian trucker protest, again a member of the parliament of Canada. So Melissa lancement, you're a woman of courage, so I have a question that is nothing to do with the philosophical question because it's one that I think about a lot. Why are you courageous? That's a really that's a really good question. I think there needs to be somebody that stands up in this parliament for common sense, you know, whether it be against deployment minister that is othered in entire part of the Canadian population and in one who shows his true colors on the floor of the House of Commons or whether it's the everyday things like the nonsensical restrictions and vaccine mandates that we are still clinging to in this country. I think somebody has to be courageous and I figure that I'm already here. So here's a theory and then I'll get to the specifics of Canada in just a moment. I think I've asked this to all courageous people. And I think that people like you almost have no choice, it's almost like saying to somebody, why are you a righty or a lefty? I just am. And of course there's an element of choice on whether to be courageous. So anyway, thank God you exist. That's my bottom line. So first of all, I'm

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Gonsolin sharp again, Dodgers blank Mets 2-0 in NL showdown

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Gonsolin sharp again, Dodgers blank Mets 2-0 in NL showdown

"The Dodgers shut out the match two to nothing behind Tony Gonzalez in three relievers gone to Lin went 6 innings giving up just two hits with 5 strikeouts He improves to 6 and lowered his own to an average to an exceptional 1.59 Yeah it's been pretty good 16 O is good You know I got 20 more So we'll see we'll see what happens within those Mookie betts and Justin Turner drove in the runs Trey Turner extended his hitting streak to 25 straight games Med starter Taiwan walker allowed both runs and drops to a three in one record New York's winning streak ends at 6 Mark Myers Los Angeles

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John Zmirak: The Left Is Acting Like a Cage Full of Monkeys

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 3 weeks ago

John Zmirak: The Left Is Acting Like a Cage Full of Monkeys

"Hey there folks, welcome back. I'm talking to John smirke and the construction crew that is making this an impossible interview to conduct. John, I want to say what you said just before we went to the break. This is really important. Figure out who is speaking and support those people. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Johns mirac, Eric metaxas. You know, anybody that is talking about these things, what's that? Naomi will Steve Bannon, doctor Peter McCullough. Let's not forget yesterday's lies. Yesterday's crisis, which is the COVID lockdown. The left is tree is acting like a case full of monkeys throwing poop at the wall. And the poop of the COVID lockdown, they kept that up as long as they could. Kept us locked in our homes, our churches closed, our businesses closed. They tried to force the dead baby vaccine on our kids, they're still trying to force it on our infants, but because they stop hitting us over the head with a lead pipe. And instead, start to burn our leg with a soldering iron. We're supposed to forget about the lead pipe and the head. Right. The left is engaged in a multi front constant effort to take away our freedoms and subject us to an authoritarian state. Look at Canada. Look at Canada. Three months ago or 6 months ago, they were using mounted police to crush nonviolent demonstrators. And now they're going to seize all private firearms in the country. This is exactly how Lenin acted when he took over Russia. How Hitler acted when he soaked over Germany. Justin Trudeau is a burgeoning fascist dictator.

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Beto O'Rourke Campaigns to Remove AR-15s From Civilians

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Beto O'Rourke Campaigns to Remove AR-15s From Civilians

"Let's bring it here to the United States. Who's the equivalent of Justin Trudeau? Here in America. Who would the equivalent? Oh yeah. That's right, it would be this guy. Robert Francis beto o'rourke. I just took the position that may not be politically popular. Maybe two on is that not only should no one be able to purchase an AR-15 on AK-47 because they're designed to kill humans in that high impact high velocity round, we'll just tear up everything inside. You'll bleed out before we can get you back to life. But I don't think that the people who have them right now in civilian use should be able to keep them. You should, if you have them now, you shouldn't be allowed to keep them.

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What Do Handguns Have to Do With Uvalde?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

What Do Handguns Have to Do With Uvalde?

"What did handguns have to do with you? Justin Trudeau is responding to Yuval di. I thought it was the dreaded AR-15. No, no, no, no, no. Forget AR-15 confiscation. We need to stop handgun sales in Canada. We're going to stop handgun. All right, so the heck with Canada who cares what they do up there. They're goofy. We got other countries that are nothing like the United States. There's a reason we're the greatest country in the world. And of course, that's one big reminder of what they're capable of trying to do in a place like Canada. I may be France will be next.

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Canada Introduces Law to Freeze Handgun Sales

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Canada Introduces Law to Freeze Handgun Sales

"Truth are doing in Canada? Now I know I understand Canada is not the United States, but there's a whole lot of Democrats that love what Justin Trudeau is up to. We're introducing legislation to implement a national freeze on handgun ownership. What this means is that it will no longer be possible to buy, sell, transfer, or import, handguns. Anywhere in Canada. In other words, we're capping the market for hanging out.

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Trudeau Introduces Bill to Freeze Handgun Sales

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Trudeau Introduces Bill to Freeze Handgun Sales

"Well Justin Trudeau is going to tell you at his press conference yesterday why that is Cut 7 go We're introducing legislation to implement a national freeze on handgun ownership What this means is that it will no longer be possible to buy sell transfer or import handguns Anywhere in Canada In other words we're capping the market for hands As a further part of this new legislation we're also fighting gun smuggling and trafficking by increasing maximum criminal penalties and providing more tools for law enforcement to investigate firearm crimes And will require the permanent alteration of long gun magazines so they can never hold more than 5 rounds This is why we don't support populism or pure democracy This is why the framers did not Wasn't the French Revolution was the American Revolution

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"justin " Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

01:43 min | 10 months ago

"justin " Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

"This is not mark dobson. ladies and gentlemen there's a right wing rally taking place on september eighteenth lord have mercy joining us now is someone who has been investigating a lot. That's been happening in the aftermath of january six. So we all should have cause for concern. He is the director of investigations for every town for gun safety joining us. Now is justin wagner justin. Welcome to make a plane buddy. Thanks for having me excited to talk. excited to have you. Although it's it's not the most pleasant of.

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"justin " Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

04:45 min | 11 months ago

"justin " Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"I forgot to love myself. I i've been loving and everybody else has all this love to give but haven't been giving that same love to that little justin that we were talking about earlier which is which then goes to show me while a lot of the love that i was giving wasn't truly unconditional pure love. I might have thought it was what it was was still my desire and want to be enough because my love made other people feel that way and in turn i was able to then feel when in reality that first place i should. I should be going on now. What i'm doing is starting to love the person i am without all of that. And that also leads to the same place you just went to which is boundaries boundaries for work boundaries. For do. I really need to take that job. Do i really need to do this. This person is it the same as it is. Reciprocal am i filled up as much and and you start to have to take stock of your life in that way and i'm thirty seven years old now. I can't believe that this is really one of the first time that i've been. I've started doing that. In a meaningful way. But that couldn't happen without that righteous radical lack of self activism and like an actually going in and doing that work because on the appearance. Everything's fine. I'm arguably happier than my parents. And their parents and their parents right. I have my kids my wife. Everything's great but is that enough like is that what this lifestyle about. There's more Well that's just it. Why why do we measure at this moment where we are more connected where we know more about the brain development and trauma and love and happiness and oxytocin and psychology and child imprinting and our parents didn't know any of the shit we know. Now there are certainly didn't so this idea that we are the generation with more information and access than ever before and we're supposed to settle for being marginally more happy than the people who were born fifty years before us like no. I won't settle for that though. I i want us to level up and that doesn't mean we judge what came before you know i. I felt that was something that was so beautiful In your tedtalk when you when you acknowledged your dad and you talked about the deep love between you and how much you admire him and also how your child brain really resented him and his sensitivity because because you know that that little boy he wasn't masculine enough.

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"justin " Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

05:02 min | 11 months ago

"justin " Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"What. I'm what i'm doing now is is asking myself really difficult questions. Which is which is. Like if i was if i was my true sincere authentic me you know going back and looking at the history going back and looking at the things that happened to me that i didn't have control of going back and telling justin that he's safe in he's okay and it wasn't his fault in all of the various things that we tell our younger selves m my really him right now or do i need to become him and in the version of becoming him is the life that i've created for myself what he would want or is it the trauma response to the stress response to become the not enough or the too much version right so That's kind of what i'm unpacking. Right now and recognizing that. Wow so much of my ambition so much of i think you've even said it to me. I think onset like how do you do at all. So much of that isn't actually a desperate plea to be seen as enough so as i wrote a book called man enough the joke is that i just don't feel men enough to have written it and realizing as i wrote it it was an attempt to actually be enough. How's that for a mind. Fuck oh i get it. Someone said to me that diet is the worst four letter word in the english language on account laughed it just like visceral response. I was like okay. You know because in my head. I'm like well. Yeah like the oppressive. Dia culture is terrible but also a person's diet like my dog's diet is like it's you know we can. We can disempower the word. And i realized when when my friend was like okay now i need to know your word because clearly it's different and i said oh hands down for me. The word that is the most triggering in english language has enough. I find it to be deeply painful And i think that that you know the sort of double edged sword that that you can be stabbed with as a young person is the duality of being told. You're too much not enough. I mean i did an episode of my show about this. I talked about this in my early twenties with the writers on one tree hill and we did a whole episode. Where my character. The girl who everyone thinks has everything stood in a classroom and had not not smart enough not good enough. Not pretty enough not enough. All these not enough's projected onto her to symbolize..

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"justin " Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

03:01 min | 11 months ago

"justin " Discussed on Homophilia

"Of reasons to eighth grade as well. Yeah and then they had to kill her off the opioids because she went nuts on twitter. Yeah not it's not the best it it makes me. It makes me so sad. And then you get into this like very complicated conversation of what do you do when when somebody ends up being like a real real tired of human and and you have their art you appreciate. I think that for the for the time that it existed. Roseanne was excellent But also you know here we are in this in this very complicated time with people that you know just chime chime in and say whatever they want I'll always remember her desk monologue she. She did her best work back in. Like nineteen ninety eight and then i just let her go into the good night smart smart. What are you listening to. What are you listening to right now. What is the music. What is the soundtrack of justin kirkland's life so on a single on a single level. I feel i. Everybody really loves solar power from lord. I'm obsessed with stoned at the nail salon. Okay i feel like i have opposite seasonal affective disorder and i loathe summer. Just stew hot too sticky. I don't want anything to do with it. So i like a good a good downbeat song so stoned at the nails along with lord and then this whole new album from yola is is perfect. I saw that she just announced a headlining tour for twenty twenty two And i pray that everybody stays inside. Does what they do to be a vaccinated in safe. Because if i missed that tour because it gets pushed back i'm gonna lose my marbles chief jesus a talent and i can't wait to see how her career continues to grow. Yeah love her love her. She's going to be in the buzz. Luhrman elvis movie. Oh is she. She's district tharp. Yeah that'll be so good. Yeah it's gonna be bananas. It's going to be bananas. Yeah that record is good. I second that justin kirkland's you are a joy. I i'll be seeing you on zoom very soon. I'm so grateful for meeting. The is had me on. Because i'm such a such a fan of the podcast and a give. You guys are just charming as they come so we're are exciting. I can't imagine a better person to celebrate our four year anniversary Slash your six year anniversary at esquire with. I mean i've been. I no dave because dave i'd chat off and on through work every day but i feel like i also knew in a way ish.

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"justin " Discussed on Homophilia

Homophilia

06:25 min | 11 months ago

"justin " Discussed on Homophilia

"That's why also that he's here. he's here. He's here in the space. Long last yes. Culture maven culture editor of esquire magazine. My colleague and friend justin kirkland. Hello hey what was that. What was that already already about this. I was so excited and i I'll leave by no dare justin who i have known via zoom this last year and a half we've been wanting to ask forever finally did and we were like. Can you do the show now. Can you do the children great now. We've never done a more last minute interview. And i feel like it just speaks to. What a what a friend of the show you are that you are here that you showed up and by the way no big deal. I unless i'm mistaken. This is our four year anniversary. Show this episode. it is it. Is your anniversary guests. Justin kirkland having so much to me. I was actually a my four year anniversary at esquire. was this week as well so you guys are celebrating with me. I used to do this for my birthday. Parties base when i was little and by people things with the promise of something greater and it was actually just to celebrate me so i'm so happy to hear that's great. Did you do it over. A hundred percent nineteen ninety five. I was like everybody come on really. He's young just in kirkland. So justin's takes on tv movies. Everything are always so good to read it. And i want to dive into what you are watching But i wanted to start with something And i don't know if you've seen this yet matt but pray away. Netflix documentary about conversion therapy. Ooh just in your thoughts. So i mean this is such a complicated crossroads. Because i grew up. I grew up like southern. Baptists vary avenge helical And so i have a bit of soft spot. I guess if that's the right word of driving to reconcile those worlds in struggling with it but man it's a downer of a documentary and we were talking before after you saw dave and there's a i wouldn't say at a bit of insincerity too but there's just a vibe of these people really kind of understand the gravitas of of what they signed onto what they subjected other people too as well as themselves so yeah it was a bit of a darkwa ju i. It focuses matt and listener. Vm seen it on on people who ran Conversion therapy places and people who were the faces of the ex gay movement most of whom now are openly queer. Or there's one and they don't even actually speak to her but there is there is one Who's who's still at it. The the the ex wife of one of the talking heads and she's she's still at it and there is a person who says you know. I used to be trans. And then i found. Jesus remains remains x. Trans or whatever throughout but it's it is so chock full of these peop- the like the stories of these people and how they're like well. I realized i was wrong. But it's like none of their stories of how they realize they were wrong. Make any sense at all. It's like one of them is like oh you know is in san francisco the night proposition. Eight past and there were so many people crying in that night. I just everything changed for me. It's like not didn't that's the grinch that's not real. That's not human behavior. That's like you don't there's more to it. And it's a long process than that and it's it just seems like all of these people who were on stages preaching all this fucking nonsense are now on different stages preaching stuff. That is a nonsense. But it's like. I don't know that i can believe you hit now either. Know if you're that easily bamboozled i don't get i don't know i don't know where the time of your personal story comes in where you sit down and listen you know. It's just i. I couldn't i really hated it. A really needed it from an optimistic standpoint. I like. I like to believe that you know something is horrible as as conversion therapy perhaps it's too personal to really reveal the deep dark details. Fortunately i never went through anything like that. But i can imagine it's pretty traumatic we've written stories and you get an a little deep and you realize that you're not able to tell the story that you set out to tell which i think is fine. It happens but also if the details weren't there just don't tell the story and that's kind of what it felt like that. maybe there was something not revealed. I think that's the only like optimistic way. You can look at it that maybe it was just too personal. Otherwise it's that's a pretty intense switch to just kind of flip one day and be like crying and it was like i'm hurting people and it's like yeah no hsieh gonda. Yeah you knew you were hurting people. Come on and i'm just not. There's several of them. We see them in their in their happy lives. And it's like i don't i it's not that i want to be like living in hell but i don't. I'm not personally invested in your business right now. Like you haven't earned a happy ending for me right now. You know like if you if you were killed kids you know. I don't know it's it's rough now. You die okay so you did not go through like a fit like you know official conversion therapy but certainly this sort of low key behavior modification that all us queer kids in areas where there aren't queer adults in any large volume. Like that is the thing for sure you. Yeah okay okay. So i still. I'm working on something right now. About this i still identify i would. I would call myself a christian. But i do it in kind of like a hushed whisper. Because it's there's a lot of bad going on with with christianity and evangelicalism in particular in america. But i i think it's just a really personal experience and i think that if you have some kind of line of faith that you rely on so long it doesn't hurt anyone else or put anybody else out of their way. That's kind of your business But growing up. I mean we had. We had a big wide bible on.

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"justin " Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"justin " Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"I think one of the cool things about paradise is typically. You know who the characters are like. You know who you're looking forward to seeing you know what most people are about the grows Don't know anything about me. You know they may have seen my ugly head shot like they don't know my personality. They don't know anything about me. And i just like i didn't have the energy to like start from scratch. Like of re-explained. Glam went on about you know so it was just. It was too quick. And and i. I wouldn't have been able to to give it my best effort night whites a different version myself. You know to to be seen. Because i wasn't in the right head space to to take on something like that. It looks wild. Paradise like preview. Looked absolutely crazy. You're gonna have a blast watching your buddies. Make fools of themselves. Because they and i've been in that seat before and it's it's one of the most fun viewing experiences of your life. And if you're not the bachelor. I hope to see you paradise one day to close up here. Ashleigh always great job preparing these questions for you. Justin thank you for joining us. Thank you for chatting. I wish you the best the most healing. You're good dude. You're good catch. And i'm glad that we got to watch on the season. Okay i'm gonna pass it off to ashley Thanks a lot man. Okay so we do fun questions. Like who's your celebrity crush. Ooh this is a My celebrity cra people always ask me like. I've never really. I've never really had one to be quite honest with you. I know i. I don't i don't i i know it's such a lancer. It's such a i mean. Come on you're going through a magazine. You're going through an weekly who you looking at a little bit longer. This.

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"justin " Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"justin " Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"Anything like that hermit the frog me with a t like i'm just in my corner and act up. You know watch not saying thing but say exactly what i'm saying. They might say which is the vast way for us so much safer much safer feel. Yeah right stay. Stay in it be justin. Hey let's take a break here. We're gonna come back with justin talk a lot more about this season of the bachelor his experience and then also if he's upset he's not going to paradise we'll be back with almost famous podcast. We know you love their clothes. But guess what gap just announced their first ever home line sold exclusively at walmart gap home offers super soft bedding lux bath essentials elevated tableware and more inspired fines for daily life. This is really really cool. I of course just decorated at a whole new apartment in rhode island. We use a lot of the stuff that we had. But of course we hit up walmart multiple times and getting some essentials. And i did see this line. And they have so many cute cozy items like stuff that's going make. Your home does feel homey. You know what i mean. They have it all like betting from breathable sheets to solve quilts lux..

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"justin " Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

04:27 min | 11 months ago

"justin " Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"Welcome to the almost famous after the final rose show We have so much breakdown and we're going to do it all with the runner-up our justin glaze. He's special and he's gonna have a lot of stuff to share. We're not gonna take it easy on them. We gotta find out the tea. We gotta find out the juice we got to figure out what in the world is going on behind the scenes of this show this season because last night was anything but It was just what like. There's nothing about it. That did not shock me. Make me confuse and also make me cringe. Do you agree ash. There's a lot of ups and downs. It was like i'm feeling good. I'm feeling bad again. What are we on although we gotta say. Congratulations to blake in katie. It's a it was a wild episode of a lot of up and down. But congratulations the couple. They seem very happy last night. And that's something to celebrate was very. That was very sweet when he had the boom boxes. come out. that was a nice little romantic gesture. That was a great way to leave off the episode. Feeling really good about their relationship. It special just get into it. She watched last night with me for the first time. This season and She's like kind of peterhead at times. When i'm watching but this desert i sit down with me and watch the whole thing and so the boombox came. Actually i don't get it and i was like honey. You just haven't been around all right well. We are lucky enough to get justin on the podcast of we haven't a lot of you have been talking about how you feel like you have known him a runner up that just that you know only had one one on one didn't have a ton of screen time so today you're going to get to know him better so let's get justin on the line. Justin i feel like you have probably gotten a lot of annoying hamas the past week or two about like. Oh it's obviously not jason like. He has no chemistry. No connection with katie. And you kind of brush over that in the live episode yesterday where you said. There's a lot of things that you didn't that the audience get didn't get to see with you and katie. So how annoying has it been that. You've been like this dark horse that nobody really believes that. Yeah i mean it's it's one of the things we're like when you're in this environment in your your place on a show like this like you have to have again or you're not gonna survive right so don't really listen to the noise. Too much is impossible not to see to hear it right like it's everywhere.

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"justin " Discussed on Tough Love:  Artist Management

Tough Love: Artist Management

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"justin " Discussed on Tough Love: Artist Management

"He worked at economist. Artists management with andrea trillion where he helped steer careers of artists such as andrew bird and margot and nuclear so and so's we chat about the many challenges and opportunities that were born out of the pandemic and how the need for community often can carve path to new creative endeavors. A hope you enjoy my chat justin. Hi my name's justine becker. I'm.

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"justin " Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"justin " Discussed on How I Built This

"Hey, , everyone and welcome to how I built this resilience edition and these episodes. . As many of you know we talk with entrepreneurs and other business leaders about how they're thinking creatively during this very disruptive time and today we're going to hear from Justin Gold. . He's the founder of Justin's which makes peanut and almond butter protein bars and other nut snacks and ever since the pandemic. . Started Justin has noticed a few changes in the way people shop for their comfort food but first, , he told me a bit about how to start. . So I'm a vegetarian and seventeen years ago I started making peanut butter almond butter in my kitchen with food processor mainly because I sound like a fossil. . But back, , then there are two types of peanut butter, , right? ? It was. . Smooth and Crunchy, , and that was really it. . There were a few brands of almond butter. . None of them tasted really good. . You know when you eat a handful of almonds tasted amazing. So . curiosity led me down a path of experimenting, , and then with a food processor is making all these concoctions putting them in jars literally putting them in the fridge and in the cupboards my. Roommate . started eating them all astray writing Justin's on the jars, , right to kind of protect it, , and at that point someone said, hey, , , this is a really great product. . You've thought about turning it into a business and a new anything about business but I didn't know how to do is use a library semi us see US business schools libraries, , and go to call Colorado Colorado oversight. . In Boulder and they go to school here. . But I knew I felt confident using their library and I wrote a business plan and I got a lot of help from local mentors and advisors and people in the community launched at the farmer's market and launched. It . was just with the jars and I got him into a few local stores and I was really struggling and what got us kind of noticed I guess you could say was getting outside the jar in getting into a squeeze pack and a squeeze Pam was really are single point of differentiation and it. . Allowed consumers not only to travel with portable plant based protein but also have is trowel sized to try something new like an almond butter because almond butter was you know over ten dollars a jar and that's a big ring for someone to try something new. . But for squeeze pack alleviated that pain brought them into the franchise. . Then we also do chocolates and it's not because it was a really smart deliberate business decision is because I love peanut butter cups and no one was me who does what those those are the things I pick out of my kids Halloween bags. . Peanut, , butter. . Cups but just going back on those squeezed packs for those who don't know what they are I mean that's pretty self explanatory little Sarah squeezy pack, , peanut butter kind of like those energy. . Packs I use those when I run they're great and so that was really the differentiator. . It wasn't the jars of peanut because they look different. . But that wasn't what got the attention. . It was as little squeeze packs. . It was I thought the dress would be enough because honey and we had cinnamon maple and just a the flavor differentiation, , but it's still really wasn't enough to stand out on shelf in what happened was squeezed pack not only did it create a whole new category of products also made this portable protein kind of nut butter reality and it all came because I'm a big mountain biker I wanted protein I didn't need more sugar carbohydrates and what was Really Fun to me, I , launched a product. . People didn't know what to do with it. . Right? ? They were like, , well, , do I put it on a sandwich with Jelly together I don't know put it on an apple <unk> right out of the pack and they're like Oh really, , and then what happened is when other companies started to create their own squeeze tax it really validated as a category really special it's really done has been a trial vehicle for our jars. . Yeah, , and that's really helped grow the jars in dorning the pandemic the jar business has been the strongest part of our business because it is that household plant based protein that is <hes> is a staple. . I read an interview gave or you describe the first kind of three years I think one of the things you did and this is really cool for anybody who is starting a business. . Now that in the early days, , you would go to whole foods and you would look at all of the glass jars at whole foods to find out what brands were being made in class where they were manufactured packed and you contacted a glass jar. . Co Packer in the area and begged them to have some time on their line and I guess you got like overnights and weekends, , and you basically spent three years just packing your own nut butter into glass jars and that was not sustainable right? ? It was not profitable is not sustainable. . It was just a grind. . How did you keep going? ? What made it? ? What made you not just give up? ? Had A goal. . I knew what numbers needed to a had a plan on what retailers needed to roll out to to achieve those numbers and it was the optimism that I had from the local community. . A great community is support. Local . is Support Natural Organic support the entrepreneur, , and also realized that I'm not really a skilled operator. . I'm my my passion skill is outside of the manufacturing, , but I knew that I had to hit certain volumes in order to get to a manufacturing facility where they could focus on other things, , sales marketing growing the brand in. . So I really worked really hard knowing that there was a light at the end of the tunnel in March. . When the became clear the pandemic was going to be serious thing people rushed to the stores to buy toilet paper and energy bars and I'm assuming nut butters to M- assuming you you probably saw a spike in sales is that right? ? By the way we did we did not across the board, , but across the business yes. . Then were you bracing for a decline in revenue I know the that Justin's nut butters were purchased by Hormel, , in two thousand sixteen. . So you've got a parent company, , but you're still operate independently and you still work there were you guys kind of bracing for for a decline in revenue? ? So the first thing we had to do. . Was, make , sure that everyone in our organization felt safe supported and that they had food that everyone knew that we weren't going to. . Shut down our business so I think. . Giving people the of security game them the optimism to continue to do their jobs into they're taking care of, , and we didn't know what to brace for to be completely honest. . We started to reach out for retailers to see what they needed and and they towards exactly what they needed was more product everything flowed downstream so that we reached out to our contract manufacturers to make sure that be saved in supply, , and we actually had to make sure that they were taking care of their people having four holidays back to back to back this unprecedented demand in. So . the first thing we had to do is kind of cut back on the skew set in our top sellers, , and then our manufacturers went to seven days a week, , and it's monitoring their progress monitoring stores and allocating to source based on their demanded needs and. . Then, , pulling resources away from food service and putting them more towards grocery. . It's it was wild and it continues

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"justin " Discussed on Anchor of Hope Recovery Podcast with Justin Franich

Anchor of Hope Recovery Podcast with Justin Franich

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"justin " Discussed on Anchor of Hope Recovery Podcast with Justin Franich

"I stayed over there and I was there for about two weeks and And God would just give me to this this I can't explain it. Man I was just spiritually bankrupt grow was just so broken. And got not only not only wrote my spirit but no matter how many pills I took how much weed I smoke, how much whiskey I drank dude I couldn't during that period of time I could not feel it. I couldn't get high I couldn't steal it. I'll just felt was this wretched emptiness and I cried out to the Lord. I cried out to God I just I and my prayer was just it wasn't like some Ole God. If you do this I'll do that it was just so God please. Help me you know and I remember picking up the phone and calling my wife in and just telling her you know maybe I'm done. and. You know that's common language for drug addict I promise I'll never. Right. You know this and that, and I would find out later Justin that that. There's a little more to it. I ran out of all. All all opiates and I knew I was going to get sick and so I went to the doctor and I begged the doctor for to give me my prescription early you know reluctantly she did it and she gave me a I think when when she filled in, it was like two hundred and forty purkis sets and on the day that I got those pills justin by White I would find this out later 'cause we were talking she began a fast she began fasting for the Lord for for a release of our marriage. It was she wasn't fasting for her husband she wanted honestly do she wanted to release from the marriage she was just so tired. But knew what the Lord said about marriage and so seven days to the day that I got that prescription and the.

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"justin " Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"justin " Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Justin Timberlake Beautiful Day. Take Care Okay. Full III DOES NOT LOSE A AWESOME DOC. Love so suit me a they have. There's a Justin Timberlake by the way.

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"justin " Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"justin " Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

"Justin Timberlake have a beautiful day. Okay. Full? III. Lose. A. Talk! Doc. Love. So. Suit! ME. A. They. have. There's a Justin Timberlake. By the way..

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"justin " Discussed on From The Perspective Of Justin

From The Perspective Of Justin

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"justin " Discussed on From The Perspective Of Justin

"I know this is A. Doesn't exactly have anything to do pretty centers, but we just kind of jumped to this, but. If all the people. Just were a little bit less rich everybody. Everybody could be a lot better. Now? I mean if you about wealth distribution. That doesn't work either. I know that I've heard somewhere that wealth distribution is like what caused the Great Depression reception likely that did it was all foregin FDR's wealthier programs shit of trying to get people free money. There's gotta be a better way I think like. 'cause this way is not that good haven't rich people is not bad because having rich people creates jobs. But there's people who are so rich. There's there's some greedy people in the world. Okay, they they just kind of want money enough announced. Blake. Businessman is going to spend his money. Because having money in sin is nothing. He's GonNa move it. You're going to build stuff you're gonNA have jobs because of a product or service that. They came up with. Every rich person is pretty damn smart. You gotta be smart to be rich. It's not necessarily. Some people get lucky like Kylie Jenner while. She didn't necessarily get lucky me lucky in the way that. She was born into a family that was extremely wealthy. But. I mean she also. She has some degree of talent. Takes talent to run your own business shit. She has her own makeup business whatever? But. I think it's a whole lot easier when you're you're. Just born with all that opportunity. We probably got to wrap this up. 'cause. My baby's been freaking out for all. Saying. This has been a tenth episode of from the perspective of Justin with Clint Hudson. Appreciate being here. So yeah see you later..

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"justin " Discussed on From The Perspective Of Justin

From The Perspective Of Justin

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"justin " Discussed on From The Perspective Of Justin

"Hello, I just wanted to say that. In this episode there is a reverb mainly on my voice. And I apologize for that and it will happen again. Hopefully it's not too bad, but. Maybe, it is sorry. What's up? Everybody is tonight's episode from the perspective of Justin Have Clint. Today's my guest Stockdale stop motion. Fun Stuff Stop, Motion Animation is funny. Shit all kinds of animation..

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"justin " Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"justin " Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"That you want and engage with them and justin just give. You talked a bit. You've you've touched on patriotic. But how can people engage with that cushion. Vlogger how can they what. What do you want from people who are looking to engage with your content. Yeah well the first thing that i would be quick to say is that my content might not actually be for everyone like i intentionally and focusing on a younger demographic and you know if your marriage and you have kids it's just might not be the actual channel for you and that's fine like it's not intended to be so first disclaimer. You might not actually like content and that's totally fine so find someone that you do enjoy and support them my whole things. I want people to support digital missions because at the point that it is now there is no support system other than you the listener or viewer to support digital missions the churches still figuring this out and there are some promising characters that i've spoken with over the last couple of months who are really working and trying their best to to make the case to administration. That does matter so we have some people that are fighting for us but aside from that like real when it comes down to actually paying the bills when it comes to helping to purchase the equipment. That's necessarily we're shooting this..

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"justin " Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

The LEAD Podcast

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"justin " Discussed on The LEAD Podcast

"Going back to the lead podcast ryan becker here at e. c. three recording in bulk all of season three and i am sitting across from justin coup. That christian vlogger so justin. Thank you so much for coming on any. Thanks for having me and thanks for getting my last name right..

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