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Joe Pesci Returns to Acting to Star Opposite Pete Davidson

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:20 min | Last month

Joe Pesci Returns to Acting to Star Opposite Pete Davidson

"The Pete Davidson effect, oh, I should say the Kardashian effect has finally really happened to Pete Davidson. Because suddenly he's the greatest actor in the world. I don't know what to say, but only Pete Davidson could make gel Pesci return to acting. You know, Pesci has long since retired. He's always said, I'm not going to act anymore. It took so much for him to come back and do the Irish man with Scorsese and De Niro. They threw him a ton of money and he said, I'm not doing this again. But apparently he heard that Pete Davidson is in a movie called bupkis. Pete Davidson and Edie Falco are in a movie called babka. And I guess that's all Joe Pesci had to hear, he's back. It's a half hour live action comedy that tells a, it's called, it tells a heightened fictionalized version of Pete Davidson's life. I don't know what the deal is, but everything Pete Davidson seems to do is a version of his life.

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The New York Post Need to Do Better When 'Shipping' Pete Davidson

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:21 min | Last month

The New York Post Need to Do Better When 'Shipping' Pete Davidson

"Reading papers over the week, and I see this story. Pete Davidson and they show a picture of Pete Davidson holding Martha Stewart's hand. And they're insinuating like this could be the next romance and I'm going, what are they talking about? What? You know, it's a popular thing where Pete's gonna go next. I had said, maybe he'll go after that shit from you for you that sexy young blond chick, Sydney Sweeney. She does all the nude scenes in the sex scenes. That seems to be perfect match for him. She's like 24. He's 28. That could be good. But no, the New York Post actually floated the room with a Pete, Davidson, and Martha's Stewart. What is she 88? Not really, but of course they're not dating. There was a picture when you enlarge it and you see the whole picture without it being cropped, you see Pete has his arm locked in Kim Kardashian's elbow. And his right hand is holding Martha's hand. They were obviously at a party and all walking toward a certain part of the party. But the article chops came out and just shows Pete and Martha. Come on, do better. It's so embarrassing. You can't do stuff like that and make a story out of it.

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Davidson earns 1st Angels win, beats slumping Twins 4-2

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Davidson earns 1st Angels win, beats slumping Twins 4-2

"Tucker Davidson and Luis ran he led the angels to a four two win over the twins giving Los Angeles back to back series wins for the first time in three months Davidson picked up his first angels victory by limiting Minnesota to two runs and four hits over 6 innings When he fought supplied a two run double tying the game in the third inning Kurt Suzuki and Shohei Ohtani drove in the angels other runs The twins were blanked after Byron buxton's two run Homer in the first inning Minnesota has lost 5 of 6 overall to fall two and a half games behind Cleveland topped the AL central I'm Dave fairy

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Charlie Welcomes Congressman Ted Budd, Senate Candidate for NC

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 3 months ago

Charlie Welcomes Congressman Ted Budd, Senate Candidate for NC

"I love North Carolina, it's one of the nicest states in the entire country. North Carolina, the tar heel state, has some phenomenal people, and we have with us right now, someone who is running to become the next senator from North Carolina and not allow a Democrat to win. Ted Budd is with us. Ted, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, it's great to be with you and I first met you in North Carolina. Back when Nancy Pelosi put me on her list of 33 members of Congress, Republicans to eliminate back in 2018, member of the top year for Republicans and Don Junior, U came into Davidson county, right there in the middle of North Carolina and campaigned for me and really appreciate that. I remember that very well. So tell us about your race and I mean, North Carolina is experiencing a lot of the same sort of issues, the country is experiencing rising crime, inflation, talk about some of the top issues that you're running in campaigning on that are affecting North Carolina voters. You know, historically, you've seen somebody have to change from the primary over to the general, but you don't really have to do that in this race because the issues are still the same. And it's two main issues. One of the things that I did among all the Democrats that were running really who just consolidated around sherry Beasley. And we had a big primary that we had to navigate through on the Republican side. But we went to all 100 counties far west in the mountains, the corners and the east of North Carolina and talked to folks all across the spectrum in the two issues, Charlie, that keep coming up. One is inflation. I mean, even today, we're seeing new inflation numbers and yet have increased again. It's now 9.1% over the prior 12 months. And we're coming into next month where parents are preparing for back to school. They're going to have to decide they're going to put groceries on their table or are they going to buy new clothes and new backpack for their kids going to school? So these are real decisions that are affecting folks. Construction businesses trying to keep the doors open with the rise of the material cost. And then the other issue we're seeing, it has to do with crime. And a lot of that crime Charlie starts at the border because what sheriffs in North Carolina are telling me is every single county is now a border county because of Joe Biden's open border

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 Is Chet Holmgren 'Too Skinny For The NBA'?

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:57 min | 3 months ago

Is Chet Holmgren 'Too Skinny For The NBA'?

"Big part of why I wanted to go to summer league was I wanted to see my man share at home grid as I explained to you before, skinny boys need heroes and I hope that he can turn out to be the hero and as you know, I enjoy seeing these young caucasians who get themselves radicalized and Chet showed up at the draft with a chain with some dice all. Okay, I want to go see this. Now, everybody has the legitimate concern about shit. It's basically the same concern whether or not he is too skinny to play NBA basketball and it gave people a lot of pause when in one of the earliest summer league games before they got to Vegas. He was getting moved around by Kenneth Lofton, junior, who is not Kenny Lofton the baseball player's son, which I absolutely had to look up 'cause honestly I ain't gonna lie, I couldn't figure out how did genetics was gonna work such as that boy could be Kenny Lofton's son. So I was relieved to find out that that was not actually the case, right? And then the punnett square is one going to be adding up for me. But anyway, yeah man, the dude's really, really skinny. And now I'm a little bit worried. Here's why. Here's why, okay? One, I say this all the time when you got one of these skinny guys, and you're like, oh, we'll put some weight on them, and I'm like, hey, take it from Beaumont and Jones. Just putting some weight on isn't really as easy as people make it sound like it is, right? It ain't no difference in some of them big dudes. You'd be like, oh, he'll just lose some weight. Now, and when they don't lose weight it don't mean they ain't trying. It just ain't necessarily that easy for. Okay. What got me about seeing shed in person? And I talked to somebody, I think it was on Thursday. It was either Thursday or Friday, I was at the arena. And I talked to somebody and they were like, hey, when you see them, he's going to be bigger than you think he is, right? Like you're going to see how long his arms are, you can see how big his hands are. You going to see how solidly built he is. You're going to realize that he's maybe bigger than advertised. And I was in the tunnel before they came out and I watched the thunder team come out there and actually know that was not the way it went for me. He was not bigger than I thought he was. It was about what I thought he was, except this is the part that I find worse. Now look, I ain't no personal trainer. I ain't no physiologist. I ain't no scientist. I ain't no doctor. I ain't none of those things, right? Strength coach, any of it. But a difference I absolutely notice between him and Kevin Durant, for example, was this. Kevin Durant was much broader across the shoulders. Right? Like when I think about some of these super skinny guys that we've been like, hey, let's see how this goes. And then they ultimately put the weight on. In fact, I'll use this as an example, though he's not a big man. Steph Curry. If you look at how skinny stiff curry was at Davidson and now how diesel he is now, my God, but if you look at that, he had the body, the frame to put on the weight in that way. I'm not sure the Chet has that frame.

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The Immoral, Unethical & Illegal Things Merrick Garland Has Done

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 3 months ago

The Immoral, Unethical & Illegal Things Merrick Garland Has Done

"So using useful idiot Merrick Garland the most corrupt individual to ever sit in the attorney general's office to weaponize the DoJ The DoJ is a power to take your life and take your freedom It's a key Tenet of the three part plan to destabilize this place after they lost in the Supreme Court They will do this whenever they lose And the Supreme Court the presidency it doesn't matter Any critical election they will look to destabilize destabilize That's what the left does They want to break it and rebuild it in a top down authoritarian matter Now here's a good piece If you'd like to read is by John Daniel Davidson and the federalist It's called Merrick Garland's Department of Justice as a threat to the republic It's in my newsletter today if you want to check it out It is a wonderful piece It talks about Merrick Garland the useful idiot the left is always wanted in the attorney general office The attorney attorney general is always even worse than Eric holder It goes through the litany of things he's done The immoral unethical potentially illegal things he's done In that office to destroy and intimidate people and to make sure he is the enforcer and the bouncer for the Biden administration The list is long It's not in all inclusive one either First the protests at the homes of the Supreme Court Justice that are illegal It is unquestionably against federal law to do what these violent sometimes is something I should say sometimes violent The guy who showed up and wanted to kill Kavanaugh I think that's a pretty clear indicator of tendency towards violence based on some of his own statements that he made But these protests at the home are clearly illegal clearly Garland's done nothing about

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Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson departing from 'SNL'

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson departing from 'SNL'

"Some big names are leaving a long running comedy franchise on NBC Where you'll have to pay close attention to the cast of characters for next season Saturday Night Live because some of those on the show for season 47 will not be there for season 48 among the comedians bowing out our Kate McKinnon and Pete Davidson two of the show's biggest names the canon's been on for ten seasons Davidson for 8 also leaving 80 Bryant and Kyle Mooney It is one of the biggest cash shake ups in recent years for the show and it comes after recent seasons have seen these Saturday Night Live cast remained virtually intact I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Seb Talks to Kenny Xu About Racist Standards at American Colleges

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:27 min | 5 months ago

Seb Talks to Kenny Xu About Racist Standards at American Colleges

"Those who are not familiar with you or your work, will you give us a little bit about your background and how you ended up doing what you're doing today, Kenny? Sure. I was a math major in college. I went to Davidson college. I did not have any experience speaking on these issues, but I knew from my time applying for college that Asian and Asian Americans were always going to be held to a higher standard, just because of their skin color. And I thought that that was wrong. But so many of my Asian American Friends didn't really buy into that or they bought into that Kool-Aid. They started saying things like, well, you wouldn't want too many Asians on your college campus anyways. And that was very offensive because Asian Americans are very diverse and they're very different people. So I started speaking out about this. I started speaking about a Harvard about Harvard's discrimination against Asian Americans. And which led to a Supreme Court case that has now been litigated at the highest court of the land, it could overturn race based admissions forever. It's called students for fair admissions versus Harvard and since then I've become the president of color S united and what we do is we fight for a race blind America. And we believe that that's the principle that should motivate us, not race.

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Did Racism Arise From Slavery?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:09 min | 6 months ago

Did Racism Arise From Slavery?

"Did racism arise out of slavery. In other words, I think I've shown that racism is not something that is universal to say that is to confuse race and tribe or racism and ethnocentrism. So a second theory we want to examine and here it is from the left wing writer basil Davidson who says that race contempt crept in when free men could justify their material interests by the scorn that they had for slaves. So racism here said to be a rationalization of slavery, other writers, Salman Rushdie Laurent Bennett have sort of echoed this. But it is actually quite wrong. As I mentioned, racism did fortify slavery. It did actually rationalize slavery, but it developed long before slavery, developed, in fact, in the modern era before, certainly before the transatlantic slave trade. That's really what I mean. Slavery itself is extremely ancient. But here's the key point. In ancient slavery, the difference between the master and the slave had nothing to do with race.

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Pete Davidson Has Re-Lit Kim Kardashian's Soul

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:25 min | 6 months ago

Pete Davidson Has Re-Lit Kim Kardashian's Soul

"You know, you could say all you want about would win the one and wanting to have a women want to laugh. They want to feel secure. They want to feel loved. They want to feel cherished. I don't think Kanye made Kim laugh. I don't think, I don't think Kim felt safe in Kanye's hands. I don't think it was a feeling of being cherished more like a feeling of his ownership of her. I think Kanye's diet was a dial was a little off by a few degrees in all those capacities. But Pete seems to have sunk at an exactly where it's supposed to be. The sweet and vulnerable side, Kim's already got more money than the next 100 men will ever make. 500 men, so it doesn't need money. She doesn't need materialistic things. She's had all that stuff. Now she wants regular stuff. She wants a family dinner. She wants to laugh, run a table. She just wants a guy to love her and protect her and just make her feel cherished. And Pete Davidson steps in, this lucky motherfucker is making it happen. I'm not even mad at that anymore. Why would I be there? I'm happy. I got someone. I'm 60 years old. I got no shot with Kim. I never did. I never will, but something as a man used to anger me and what the fuck did she see in this guy? Now I'm starting to get it. And you know, I had people tell me you're wrong, man. You're wrong. Why wouldn't you want to be with Pete afterward Kanye put it through? And I understood that to a degree. But now I'm really seeing it.

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Tarasenko scores twice, Blues beat Coyotes 5-1

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Tarasenko scores twice, Blues beat Coyotes 5-1

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Ye no longer performing at Grammys

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Ye no longer performing at Grammys

"The Grammys have said no to you Hey the artist who used to be known as Kanye west has five nominations for the Grammy awards this year but unlike many big name nominees J. will not be performing at the April third ceremony a rep for UK has confirmed for the Associated Press what the blast has been reporting on the issue that his act has been pulled according to various reports the decision was made in response to his concerning online behavior yes directed a bunch of social media post toward his ex wife Kim Kardashian and her new boyfriend Pete Davidson I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Michigan State survives, edges Davidson 74-73 in NCAAs

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Michigan State survives, edges Davidson 74-73 in NCAAs

"Three of the four games played in Greenville South Carolina produced no surprises in the west number two C. due to peace cal state Fullerton seventy eight sixty one and number seven Michigan state holds updated since seventy four seventy three in the Midwest number two Auburn beats Jacksonville state eighty to sixty one and number two in C. by me upsets number seven USC sixty eight sixty six on two free throws with three seconds left from Charlie Moore I just want to know your one sentence after from my teammates no say we need to make some plays no I just want to you know get involved you know make my teammates better make shots when needed no I was just no trying to steal my will to win to quote me Michigan state and Auburn will take on Miami on Sunday I'm Mike Reeves

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Pete Davidson skipping ride to space on Jeff Bezos rocket

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Pete Davidson skipping ride to space on Jeff Bezos rocket

"A change in plans for a comedian who is already flying pretty high these days he wants to go but now Pete Davidson is a no go for that trip to space and it was supposed to take next week the Saturday Night Live star and new boyfriend for Kim Kardashian has decided now to bail on that flight which had to be rescheduled for next week to March twenty ninth apparently that is a conflict for Davidson who is now battling on the make up date the last minute change comes just days after it was announced that David soon would be one of six passengers aboard the next blue origin flight the company run by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos says it will name a replacement for Davis and soon I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Pete Davidson Is Headed to Space

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Pete Davidson Is Headed to Space

"Have you heard this? The Stanley live cast member who hasn't been on the show in three weeks. Pete Davidson's going to space. He'll take part in the next spaceflight operated by Blue Origin, Jeff Bezos, rocket company, he's taking off march 23rd. That's coming up. It'll be the fourth human flight on Blue Origin's new shepherd rocket. Davidson will be joined by 5 other passengers, mainly business leaders who would otherwise not give a shit about him or care who he is, but will now all ask him what it's like to bang Kim Kardashian.

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The Kim/Kanye/Pete Davidson Wrestling Match Heats Up

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:30 min | 7 months ago

The Kim/Kanye/Pete Davidson Wrestling Match Heats Up

"Kanye West versus Kim Kardashian and now Pete Davidson thing is looking like a professional wrestling fight. With both of them going back and forth. Now three of them come back and forth grabbing the mic as if they were inside the wrestling ring and shouting to millions of sycophantic fans, I've been to those WrestleMania events. They're insane. The energy there is ridiculous. My nephew's 51, he's still treats those nights raw and Sunday Night this and Thursday night that Monday Night Raw like rabid rabbit. That's what can Pete and Kanye are doing to all their fans. They're whipping them up into a frenzy. To a lot of us it looks like, well, this is damaging. This is going to be careful here. But there's some. There's something about it where they like it all. Because we've seen these people grow up right in front of our eyes. We've seen them come up and just soak in the adulation of all their fans, whether it's good news or bad news, press is press. They take it, they move on. They sign bigger deals. They make more money. It's like nothing can knock them. Even Kim being wrapped up in duct tape and blindfold and then putting a bathtub in a nightgown in Paris and rather a jewelry. She still comes out better than ever. A year or two down the road. Nothing matters.

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Kim Is Definitely Winning the Early Rounds With Kanye

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:01 min | 7 months ago

Kim Is Definitely Winning the Early Rounds With Kanye

"Well, Kim has definitely won the early rounds with Kanye, you know, Kanye wearing the make America great again Red Hat and public hugging Donald Trump at The White House, much to the disdain of her and her lefty friends and family. You can't wear the Red Hat and hug the president in his White House. Oh my God. Especially if you're black, can't do it. And Kim knows what black guys can and can not do after all that's all she's been with. So our sisters have been with us up for Courtney, even her mom. Well, there was her dad, but other than that, it's a parade of black men. Most of whom are fuck ups. Let's face it. Yet they still go back to them. They still go back to the well. I don't know. That's a whole different show. But Kanye then ran a horrifyingly bad campaign for president, then he was out on his ranch in Wyoming and clearly off his meds and maybe on other meds that are more recreational. If you know what I mean, then Kim starred in silent night live to the delight of her hundreds of millions of followers on social media. She kissed Pete Davidson in an Aladdin sketch and never did any one of us think that that stupid little kiss would develop into a full blown cross country love affair. I remember seeing that kiss in front of the green screen and I thought, oh God, she had to hate that. I mean, I can tell he smells he reeks of marijuana or cigarette smoke doesn't bathe right. He looks like my ass, 1100 tattoos. He's an asshole. Socks with sandals. I've talked about him incessantly. So I thought, oh, she must have hated that. When you look at how everything in her life is so like clean and sparse and put together well and a guy like that blown into her life must be like when you're driving along the highway and it plastic bag kicks up and sticks to the front of your Rolls Royce.

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Russia's war spurs corporate exodus, exposes business risks

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Russia's war spurs corporate exodus, exposes business risks

"The Russian invasion of Ukraine is prompted automakers beer distributors and cargo ships to change their business plans with Russia Russia's invasion of Ukraine's forced a growing number of the world's best known brands to pull out of that country that's become a global outcast hoping to maintain their reputations with the public Charlie Davidson has halted its motorcycle shipments to Russia saying that its thoughts are for the safety of the people of Ukraine Vladimir Putin famously rode a Harley on a visit to Ukraine a decade ago Swedish automaker Volvo says it's avoiding the potential risk of sanctions Ford is suspending operations in a joint venture on commercial vans Boeing and Airbus say they'll stop supplying airplane parts and service one analyst says you basically have Russia becoming a commercial pariah while another says business with Russia is like going into business with the Manson family referring to murderous cult leader Charles Manson hi Jackie Quinn

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"k. davidson" Discussed on Air Male with Robert Sunday

Air Male with Robert Sunday

04:10 min | 9 months ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on Air Male with Robert Sunday

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"k. davidson" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

06:55 min | 9 months ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Telling people that to stay home don't move around. Don't go out, don't congregate with other people. It's completely counterintuitive. Can I ask a question of that to some of these things are like you just said, these are obvious things that most I hate to play this game, but most intelligent people have been saying for 12 to 18 months, right? This is not like groundbreaking CNN posted out to the other day. This could be linked to poor health. Well, no shit. We knew that 18 months ago, right? Absolutely. Absolutely. Do you think it's part of it because there are afraid to hurt people's feelings like fat shame? Is that part of this? I think that's a huge part of it. I feel like again, it's too prong. I think it's the way our medical system is structured is to live your own life, live and let live, and we'll just treat whatever, you know, whatever you end up having will treat it. Which in some sense I can understand, but taken to the extreme, which is what we're dealing with now, I don't think that's actually helping people. We're not healing people. And the other thing is, yes, I think we live in a culture society where we're very hesitant to criticize lifestyle choices. We're very hesitant to engage in any sort of shame. You shouldn't be ashamed for anything. And I think that that's actually not correct. I think shame is a powerful mechanism for, for instance, keeping people honest. You know, you feel ashamed if you're dishonest. You should want people to feel responsible for themselves and to take care of themselves, and I also think, you know, we live kind of, we live in difficult times now, and this is not to get a sappy note, but people we want people to have the will to live and the will to live healthily. And between the rise of video games, the rise of porn being locked in your house, it's not, we're not creating if we want it to fashion a society to make everyone depressed. I couldn't think of a better way to do it than the way we're doing it now. So in some ways, you know, I feel sympathy for people. Because I think that we haven't created society that actually leads to long-term happiness. And when that isn't present, people are less likely to take care of themselves. So I think there's a lot of things going on here. But a tremendous amount of this has to do with what you were pointing out Mike, which is basically our society is afraid to tell people to make better decisions. And Mike real quick and I'll let you finish that. I think we've talked a lot about this too, Ariel of this idea that we have to incentivize society to be better again, right? You have to incentivize the youth, especially college kids, high school kids, throughout 20, 30s to say, I want to be somebody. I want to do something great. I want to be great. And instead we've gone the other way of like just milk the system as much as you can. That's a good way to live, right? That's where we are right now. We have zero incentivization if that's even a word. I might have just made that up there. But for doing better and creating a better life for yourself and your future family, right? That's what we put a premium on suffering. We've said that the way to be good in society, the way to have virtue to suffer is to be virtuous, but not necessarily to suffer to be a victim. To be a victim is to be virtuous. That's the ultimate good in our society right now. And so it's not a surprise to me that people are perfectly fine wallowing in sort of that victimhood. And finding a way to post it on social media. Yes. And then post it all over social media when you're and I think yeah, it's a weird phenomenon. You've probably noticed it, where people post a lot of personal information about their lives and social media. Like you pointed out, I have a Twitter. I'm very careful. My Twitter is my professional political commentary space. I think it's important to keep a real separation or bifurcation between your social media and your private life. And I think increasingly people just collapse that distinction. And I think it's very strange and peculiar. I don't know what to make of that, but maybe you guys have more insight into that. It's attention seeking. Yeah, it's like the shaming part, right? It's all about and I say this all the time and I hate to keep talking over Mike here. But everything's about people's feelings, right? It's all about feeling. I want to show how great I am. I want to do that. I'm the same way Ariel. All my social media is only for this stuff we're doing right now. I don't use it to post a picture of me at the beach or at a bills game or whatever. It's just not what it's there for for me. But I think it's all this to showboat and to just, it's all about everybody's feelings. I want everybody to know how great I'm doing. You said it perfectly earlier. It's all a House of Cards. When you break it down, it's all a House of Cards. I think one of the things that I heard though is we used to we used to really appreciate and I think we had a better appreciation that mental health was really important Ariel. And physical health, of course, matters. But people have forgotten that mental health really, really matters. The depression, the number of suicides, the drug addictions, the alcoholism, the abuses that are going on. I think they're almost like just being kind of forgotten and it's really, really sad. I hope the left has finally decided that COVID is not as serious as it was back in February of 2020 that we've learned from it that people have largely become vaccinated and natural immunity and vaccinations have largely now protected the population and we can move on. But just give you your last thoughts, I guess on that. Well, I would just say that it goes back to what I said earlier about the death of the soul versus the death of the body. You know, we are living Nietzsche's last man. There is such an emphasis on physical security and seating control to the state in order to preserve it. And at the risk of letting our souls die. And that's never a good thing. So I think the work you guys are doing is very important in amplifying the conversations that don't get to be had that often. So I commend you both for the work you're doing, but it's important to say these things because you're not allowed to question the pieties of the regime. And one of the pieties is that we are better off sitting in our homes not speaking to each other, not doing anything. And I just think that's rapidly incorrect. Yeah. No doubt. That's going to be a rap folks. Thanks again, Ariel Davidson, new associate director at George Mason university center for the middle Easter and international out. That's a handful of mouthful to say, but congratulations on your new position. Good luck on the bar exam. Thank you. And we wish you luck on that. And hopefully if you need Mike and ice help on that last time. Yeah, you guys are you guys are our legal scholars from what I can tell and so I definitely feel comfortable sending my legal questions to you guys. For your coffee for your coffee breaks maybe. I can join you for some coffee. You don't from a distance, but all right, thanks. Thanks again Ariel. For Mike's brows, I'm like, hey, like, folks would be back again next week on TFD truth. Thanks for joining us. Thanks guys..

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07:25 min | 9 months ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Not so much a surprise? I'm not surprised at all, but I couldn't agree more in her in terms of having a more targeted approach. So I'll just put my own COVID vaccine opinions on the table. I am vaccinated. I am boosted. I am pro vaccine. I am not pro mandate. I think at the end of the day, it's an individual decision that you need to make. And if you believe in the faith of the facts, if you believe that the vaccines work, then you should be concerned about yourself being vaccinated because in essence you should be protected. So forcing others around you to get vaccinated when you're vaccinated seems a little strange and peculiar to me. The other thing I will say is that they over promised on what the vaccine could do. I a 100% believe that the vaccine does make if you do get COVID, it does make your case of COVID less severe. It doesn't mean that you're not going to get it. But again, we were told you're not gonna get COVID, you get vaccinated, you're free to go. Well, we're learning that that's not the case. And I'm understanding of the fact that more information comes out and we adjust our what we can expect. But it's the lack of reflection in the lack of the ability to make a culpa. The lack of the ability to say, you know, we made a mistake we were wrong about what the vaccine was capable of doing. The fact that there's no self analysis taking place, that to me is what's incredibly frustrating and actually reduces faith that faith in the government that they know what they're doing. The other thing I'll say too is we're not like you said we're not taking a targeted approach. We're treating everyone as if they have the same risk when it comes to COVID, which if you look at the numbers. So my home state of Massachusetts, the average age of death or serious COVID, I believe is around 80 years old. But so that doesn't explain to me why we're shutting down schools that have 6 and 7 year olds. When it's been shown that kids have little to no risk of getting serious COVID. Actually, even initially, they weren't even at risk for really getting COVID. Do you guys remember how rare it was when kids were to get COVID? I mean, it was super rare and yet we just shut down the schools in many states wholesale. And I think what it's showing is that we're kind of living Nietzsche's last man if you know what I mean by that. It's the sense of we're so obsessed with physical security that we're allowing we're so worried about dying physically that we're allowing the death of the soul to happen. You know, so we've decided that it's okay that we don't see people. Just keep isolating. Keep social distancing. Don't go to church. Don't go to synagogue. Don't go to school. Don't go to the movies. Don't go to a show. Don't travel with your family. Just keep doing that indefinitely. And you're going to be alive. Well, is that living? Because I don't think that that's not a form of living. And any time you're in a society, every person has to take a risk assessment. I'm going to give you this example, for instance, I think tens of thousands of teenagers die every year between ages 16 and 17 from driving. But we've decided we want 16 year olds to drive. We want them to be able to be economic participants. We made that tradeoff. We said, you know what? We want people to be able to have the freedom to move around and be mobile. And you know what? It is dangerous for 16 and 17 year olds to drive. And maybe we do need to think about raising the driving age. But as a society, we understand that there's going to be risks inherent to anything we do. And we seems to have lost total perspective on what it means to we believe that risk free life exists. It doesn't. It doesn't exist. No doubt. So I think a couple of things and Mike and I have just it's almost exhausting that we still talk about this because we've had this conversation 55 times the last 55 podcasts. We've done COVID's come up at least once. But I think what's frustrating is everybody went along in the beginning, right? Even us who were against this whole thing from the very beginning went along with it. We had some of our staff work from home. We didn't have clients coming in. We were very careful, right? Because that's the right thing to do. But it's been this consistent lie and then another lie. Now, again, as COVID real, of course it is. Are people dying from it? Of course they are. Should certain subsets of the population, the elderly or others with comorbidities or immunocompromised folks, should they be vaccinated or maybe stay home from work and their work remotely? Of course they should. But we have to stop looking at everybody like you said as one group. It's not. And I'll say, for you and I, the death rate is like .0 something percent. Right. From the virus. It's a very, very, very low chance of someone our age dying from this virus. To make it that people like us can't go to restaurants now you have to be vaccinated. We know that doesn't work, and they continue to just double down, double down, double down. New York State's the best example of this, we're still doubling down on you have to be vaccinated for everything. I can't go to a bills game anymore. I had season tickets for the bills. After week one, they said you have to be vaccinated to go to the game. I gave up my seats. We know now that that means nothing in terms of the spread of COVID, yet they continue to double down on it. Yes. And that's where it's starting to get and I agree with what you said. If you want to get vaccinated, that's a person's right. They absolutely have that right. And I'm not against it. I am pro vaccine too. In your best interest, get it. If you want to get the flu shot every year, get it. But this idea that we just keep jamming it down people's throats with no end in sight because they are still putting out this data as Mike said about in New York State 43% of people in the hospital are with COVID, not of COVID. And we're still shoving more mandates on everybody's throat. Yeah. When does it act? I don't have an answer when it ends, but what I think has been most illuminating is that we know, for instance, that obesity is a huge, huge factor when it comes to serious COVID. Because I asked the doctor, I said, why, why is it that, you know, because people always say, oh, if you, you know, if you're overweight, you've got a bigger risk of X, Y, and Z but why is it specifically with COVID that's such a problem? And what it is essentially is if you're obese, your lungs are not overweight necessarily actually very much overweight. Your lungs are already inflamed. And so when you get a respiratory virus that inflammation is already there and it's in a prolonged whatever illness you may suffer. And so the fact that we shut down gyms, which is a main mechanism for combating obesity, the fact that we have a medical system that treats the illness as opposed to prevents the illness. And this is that's what I think this virus has exposed as well is that we don't, when we put someone on cholesterol medication, we're not saying, you know, maybe you should change your diet. We're just saying, keep eating the way you're eating and taking this lipitor every day. We're not actually no, but we're not, we don't have a system, unfortunately. We just treat the patient. We don't actually prevent the patient from becoming ill. And I'm not saying that that's necessarily the responsibility of doctors. That's, again, personal decisions, but we should be encouraging people back when the Spanish flu was around. The actual directives from the government were keep exercising and stay healthy. And that was in the 1900s. And what we're dealing with now is a virus that I have to say it targets the overweight and the obese. It actually goes after fat tissue according to The New York Times. And what are we doing? We're not encouraging people to eat healthier. We're giving out free donuts at Krispy Kreme. We're giving out free hamburgers if you're vaccinated. We're.

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"k. davidson" Discussed on TFG Truth

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07:45 min | 9 months ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on TFG Truth

"In cultural exchanges with Israelis. This was and again, it was so many people read the tea leaves so incorrectly and yet they're still holding positions at DoD in the State Department. So this just goes to show you that, yes, there are foreign policy advisers surrounding within the administrative state and surrounding the president and vice president. But are they actually skilled at what they're doing? Not necessarily, because again, in D.C., you can get promoted for being wrong about pretty much everything. The who you know thing, yeah, this reminds me that what is it that Peter principal, you rise to your level of incompetence, right? Eventually, you're running an organization and you weren't, you weren't really good at the customer service level. You weren't really good in the sales level. You weren't really good at the management level, but they make you manager. So now what, you're out of the way, but you're actually the one creating policies and you're incapable of doing it. You know, the other thing that we talk about my real quick, we always talk about this simple versus complex, right? I thought that was just what you said earlier about lacking a level of sophistication of getting out of Afghanistan in a proper way. It was just simple, right? It was so simple just to pick the time, get them all out and then whatever carnage is left oh well, our political leaders, it seems, for sure, on the left, I mean, Trump embraced complexity. He embraced the idea of letting experts figure out the best way to do things, and he let them do that. Our leaders now, they just, they embrace simple. They embrace everyone wear a mask. They embrace everyone get vaccinated, and I have a mom and assisted living. I think those people that take care of my mother should be in hazmat suits. I mean, they should be because if my mother gets reinfected again or any of her friends in the assisted living center get, in fact, they could die. But they don't take a level of complexity in their solutions. They think simple is good, simple, simple, simple. Everyone do the same thing. Just like you did anybody's feeling. Yeah, you don't hurt anybody's feelings. You tweeted Ariel about everything is racist now, right? If you don't agree with me, well, you're racist. You said, if you don't want your kids in school, you're a racist. If you want your grocery shelves full, while you're a racist. That's what they do, because it's so simple. It is. It's also a way to demonize the other side to shut down the other side. It's a form of tar and feathering. It actually goes back to sort of biblical notions about staying in purity, right? So if you can imagine yourself as the pure one and then show that they're staying upon others, then use boosted yourself within a steam you're going to go into heaven. It's a very, it's almost all of the trappings. Again, all the trappings of a religion without God. And so this is kind of the fealty component that exists is that people feel really committed to these ideas. You asked earlier, do people really believe this stuff? I think a large portion of the left believes what they espouse. And you know, I don't know if we had talked about this before we started recording or not. But I think in some ways, even within the dating scene, people now can't date other people who have different political opinions. And it used to be that religion was the big divider. And now it's politics. And I think in a weird way, it's because politics has risen to fill the gap of people who are becoming increasingly air religious or atheistic or agnostic. And so it's troubling and it shows as well that people the level of commitment people have to politics in such a way that it's become, again, like a religion, it's extremely troubling because you can't challenge it. You're not allowed to challenge any portion of it. That's how they get away with it. I'll say I'll say this though. What's so maddening about that? And you're absolutely a 100% right on that. I just don't know why people care so much. That's what makes our country the greatest country in the world. Have your own opinion. You can do that. I don't agree with everybody's COVID opinion, but that doesn't mean I'm just not going to talk to him ever again, right? I can have an opinion on whatever, critical race theory. The Trump administration, the Biden administration, that's okay. We can have conversations and then walk away and say, great. All right, we're not on the same page. We disagree wholeheartedly, but at the end of the day, I still like you, you like me, great talk. We'll talk next time. We hang out over a beer or whatever, right? I don't know why and I might be generalizing here, but why people on the left just can't do that. I'm on the right. I don't have a hey fuck, we've talked to people that don't agree with us. We actually interviewed a liberal politician in Buffalo and had like a little table wide debate. That was okay. I'm not angry about it. You have a conversation. You're friendly, and it's great. They can't do that. They just really can't. Because your worldview can sustain criticism. Naos goes back to what I was saying is that if you don't believe your idea is consistent criticism, if allowing your ideas into the marketplace, is going to make them abandon their own because that ultimately at the end of the day is what they fear. They fear their narrative is so fragile. It's like a House of Cards. And it's so easy to pull holes in it, that they have to make sure that those who disagree with it remain silent in order to preserve it, because it needs to be protected at all costs, because these really are pieties. These aren't actual truths. Their pieties in the sense that these are things that are unable to be questioned. And they need to be upheld by routinely and continuing continually lying to yourself. And that gets to be a very arduous task if you have people around you saying things like, well, wait, wait a minute, that's not right. It becomes really a lot harder when there's descent. And so it's interesting. When I see all the rise of you guys have probably been aware of these sub stacks that are coming up, right? You're seeing kind of these center left writers say, you know what? I've had enough of the media. They've gone way too far left. I'm starting my own sub stack. I think that's phenomenal. Self publishing. I think it's great. I love to see that. And it reminds me so much of the phenomenon of Sami thought, and the Soviet Union when you had there were increasingly instances in which authors in order to get sides growth the censorship of the civil union had to self publish and then smuggle their literature into the west. We're seeing kind of a similar proliferation of self publishers. You know, there are new avenues being created. Why is Joe Rogan capturing such a much larger audience than CNN? That is really encouraging. So there are trends. People are hungry for the truth. And there are people on the left. I think very heroically saying I've had enough and I want to be able to start saying truthful things. I don't want to start just spitting out pieties. I want to actually say critical insightful things. So I do see glimmers of hope. I just think that the actual base, I mean, it like I said, it just requires so much lying. Yeah, it really does. Just to wrap up here, we'd love to get your thoughts on COVID and it seems like how Biden and Harris have just completely completely made a massive the idea of testing and really I think again taking more complex approach to who needs to be vaccinated. They just can not, they can not let go that everyone should be vaccinated. But then they change the fully vaccinated definition. And then now they're saying, well, you know what, let's be realistic here. Not everybody's in hospitals because of COVID. They just happen to have COVID and they came in with a broken arm or heart disease or whatever. They're completely changing this narrative, but is this a surprise to you.

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"k. davidson" Discussed on TFG Truth

TFG Truth

06:50 min | 9 months ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Luther King day speaker was Angela Davis. Okay? Very few people had anything to say about that. And she was the, you know, she was an activist in the U.S. Communist Party. Also an anti semite, in my opinion. And very few people said anything about that, except for my thesis adviser, a wonderful man. But yeah, very few very little pushback against that. So it just shows you kind of the double standard that takes place on college campuses. This was 5 years ago. Actually, almost 6 years ago now. So this shows you that it's a tremendous problem on college campuses and it's fostered by the professors. Yeah, it floors me that here I am in Jupiter, Florida in our office down here. Mike, you're up in williamsville New York in our flagship office. You're in Bethesda. You're talking about Stanford. And just think of the ways we can all communicate now. The fact that the facts and evidence of things happening get so convoluted and like you said some of the millennial I wouldn't put you and Mike in this category. But some of the millennials will just take whatever they have at their fingertips and take that as the truth and just run with it. Like it's just amazing to me like with the technology we have today, you think it'd be so much easier to report all the facts and the people see the choices and create their own opinion. But how does that not happen? I think to be honest with you though, what drives me more nuts than anything and like we've talked about a million times. But if you don't like something, then just don't go to it. If somebody's coming to speak that you don't like, if joy Reid came to our office tomorrow and said, I'm going to hold a seminar in the middle. I may go just to watch her because it'd be a good thing for me comically. But CNN, I don't watch CNN. I just don't have the interest in it. I don't really want to hear the crap, but I just turn it off. That's okay. There's no rule out there that says, because somebody's coming to your college campus or because there's a speaker somewhere or something on TV, you have to watch it. That's what's so unbelievable. Well, remember David bellavia, Michael, we had David belleville on. He's a Medal of Honor winner, are just a great great man. And he has a novel radio show here in western York, but he had said, I watch all those newscasts because I want to try to figure out, how could they possibly think the way they do? And I am a bit fascinated by it. Like, how can things that we used to think were just sort of very, I don't know, standard you know, we were talking about what most people strive to be and morality and everything. And it used to be very standard, you know? I don't know. Yeah. I think there's a fear on the left increasingly, the more they silence you, the more they're afraid that their ideas can't compete with yours. You know, they need to silence you because if people start to listen to the other side, they may start to question the pieties of the left and there are pieties. There are certain things you're just not supposed to question. You're not allowed to, you're not allowed to wonder about the veracity of certain facts. I use a quotation marks that are espoused by the left. There are just certain questions not allowed to ask. And when people are asking them, it creates fear. Why do you think they want to shut down Joe Rogan? Why do you think that they're so anxious and nervous about Fox News? Why do you think sub stack terrifies them? Yeah. Let me ask a question too before we get into some stuff on the Middle East because I always ask this question to guess that when this conversation goes this way, do you think they actually believe a lot of the crap that they spew? I get in this debate a lot because some people are like, yeah, they absolutely do and a lot of people are like, they just can't. I mean, especially we'll talk COVID later. Yeah. You can't anymore believe the stuff that they came out and said and are still saying. If you're vaccinated, you're fine. You're not. It's proven. It's not a question anymore, right? And I think that's what's so insane. I think some of these people like AOC actually believes her idea of America is the best way and it's gonna work. I really believe that. I think it's I think it's mixed. I think some do, I think the real foot soldiers like AOC really do believe it and then I think there are individuals who see what's happening and are in positions of power or have advanced professionally in their careers and don't want to lose any social capital by pointing out the lies. And so they're kind of in an uncomfortable position where they're choosing between their professional the professional prestige they enjoy and are they willing to sacrifice that to say something. And I think a large portion of people just want to pay their mortgage, they want to raise their kids. They don't necessarily want to be thrown into the political fray. And frankly, I can't I can't blame a lot of people for feeling that way. But I do think there's a high level of dishonesty taking place. IE people are willing to put up a BLM sign in their front yard or hang the pride flag in places, even if they're not necessarily connected to either of those movements, but I kind of compare it to garlic in the sense you know when you know the old wives tale that you wear garlic to ward off the vampires. You know, they put they put out these innocent signaling mechanisms to show that they're innocent, to show that they're not, you know, they're the good guys that please don't come, you know, burn down my store. Please don't break the glass. The glass front of my store. You know, this is the type of behaviors that people engaged in now. And I think it's somewhat of a survival mechanism unfortunately because the left has become so rabid in their behaviors that in some ways I can't blame certain people to be Frank because you do it as a sacrifice to come forward and to say, wait a minute, this isn't right. And honestly, some people are confident some people lack confidence. Some people are ignorant, some people are very highly intelligent. And I think when they have, when they have that doubt, then they just decide, well, who do I want to identify with? I'll just identify with all those people who say the masks are good. I'll just wear the masks. I don't really necessarily believe the science behind it, but I'm going to do that because it literally is that herd mentality. It's so easy to just go along to get along and I think people are doing less and less of that though Ariel, they're doing far less of the go along to get along. Even the left now, just let's talk a little bit about Afghanistan. As Mike said, we're not Middle East experts. I mean, we see it on the news just like everyone else. Why does that matter? Why should what happened in Afghanistan matter? I mean, clearly it was American citizens and those that supported American citizens being left stranded there. But once this episode had happened, why should we care what goes on over in the Middle East? Why should the United States citizens think that it's still really important to kind of firm up relationships there.

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07:21 min | 9 months ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Pulled her hair back. Presumably a protester. We don't know if it was a middlebury student, or if it was an outside agitator, but that type of environment was only made possible because of this strange kind of collaboration between the students and the professors and increasingly you're seeing so much of this attitude of silencing speakers on college campuses, which sounds like such a hackneyed term at this point because we're so used to it now. But I got to tell you when I was in middlebury, the 2014 Martin Luther King day speaker was Angela Davis. Okay? Very few people had anything to say about that. And she was the, you know, she was an activist in the U.S. Communist Party. Also an anti semite, in my opinion. And very few people said anything about that, except for my thesis adviser, a wonderful man. But yeah, very few very little pushback against that. So it just shows you kind of the double standard that takes place on college campuses. This was 5 years ago. Actually, almost 6 years ago now. So this shows you that it's a tremendous problem on college campuses and it's fostered by the professors. Yeah, it floors me that here I am in Jupiter, Florida in our office down here. Mike, you're up in williamsville New York in our flagship office. You're in Bethesda. You're talking about Stanford. And just think of the ways we can all communicate now. The fact that the facts and evidence of things happening get so convoluted and like you said some of the millennial I wouldn't put you and Mike in this category. But some of the millennials will just take whatever they have at their fingertips and take that as the truth and just run with it. Like it's just amazing to me like with the technology we have today, you think it'd be so much easier to report all the facts and the people see the choices and create their own opinion. But how does that not happen? I think to be honest with you though, what drives me more nuts than anything and like we've talked about a million times. But if you don't like something, then just don't go to it. If somebody's coming to speak that you don't like, if joy Reid came to our office tomorrow and said, I'm going to hold a seminar in the middle. I may go just to watch her because it'd be a good thing for me comically. But CNN, I don't watch CNN. I just don't have the interest in it. I don't really want to hear the crap, but I just turn it off. That's okay. There's no rule out there that says, because somebody's coming to your college campus or because there's a speaker somewhere or something on TV, you have to watch it. That's what's so unbelievable. Well, remember David bellavia, Michael, we had David belleville on. He's a Medal of Honor winner, are just a great great man. And he has a novel radio show here in western York, but he had said, I watch all those newscasts because I want to try to figure out, how could they possibly think the way they do? And I am a bit fascinated by it. Like, how can things that we used to think were just sort of very, I don't know, standard you know, we were talking about what most people strive to be and morality and everything. And it used to be very standard, you know? I don't know. Yeah. I think there's a fear on the left increasingly, the more they silence you, the more they're afraid that their ideas can't compete with yours. You know, they need to silence you because if people start to listen to the other side, they may start to question the pieties of the left and there are pieties. There are certain things you're just not supposed to question. You're not allowed to, you're not allowed to wonder about the veracity of certain facts. I use a quotation marks that are espoused by the left. There are just certain questions not allowed to ask. And when people are asking them, it creates fear. Why do you think they want to shut down Joe Rogan? Why do you think that they're so anxious and nervous about Fox News? Why do you think sub stack terrifies them? Yeah. Let me ask a question too before we get into some stuff on the Middle East because I always ask this question to guess that when this conversation goes this way, do you think they actually believe a lot of the crap that they spew? I get in this debate a lot because some people are like, yeah, they absolutely do and a lot of people are like, they just can't. I mean, especially we'll talk COVID later. Yeah. You can't anymore believe the stuff that they came out and said and are still saying. If you're vaccinated, you're fine. You're not. It's proven. It's not a question anymore, right? And I think that's what's so insane. I think some of these people like AOC actually believes her idea of America is the best way and it's gonna work. I really believe that. I think it's I think it's mixed. I think some do, I think the real foot soldiers like AOC really do believe it and then I think there are individuals who see what's happening and are in positions of power or have advanced professionally in their careers and don't want to lose any social capital by pointing out the lies. And so they're kind of in an uncomfortable position where they're choosing between their professional the professional prestige they enjoy and are they willing to sacrifice that to say something. And I think a large portion of people just want to pay their mortgage, they want to raise their kids. They don't necessarily want to be thrown into the political fray. And frankly, I can't I can't blame a lot of people for feeling that way. But I do think there's a high level of dishonesty taking place. IE people are willing to put up a BLM sign in their front yard or hang the pride flag in places, even if they're not necessarily connected to either of those movements, but I kind of compare it to garlic in the sense you know when you know the old wives tale that you wear garlic to ward off the vampires. You know, they put they put out these innocent signaling mechanisms to show that they're innocent, to show that they're not, you know, they're the good guys that please don't come, you know, burn down my store. Please don't break the glass. The glass front of my store. You know, this is the type of behaviors that people engaged in now. And I think it's somewhat of a survival mechanism unfortunately because the left has become so rabid in their behaviors that in some ways I can't blame certain people to be Frank because you do it as a sacrifice to come forward and to say, wait a minute, this isn't right. And honestly, some people are confident some people lack confidence. Some people are ignorant, some people are very highly intelligent. And I think when they have, when they have that doubt, then they just decide, well, who do I want to identify with? I'll just identify with all those people who say the masks are good. I'll just wear the masks. I don't really necessarily believe the science behind it, but I'm going to do that because it literally is that herd mentality. It's so easy to just go along to get along and I think people are doing less and less of that though Ariel, they're doing far less of the go along to get along. Even the left now, just let's talk a little bit about Afghanistan. As Mike said, we're not Middle East experts. I mean, we see it on the news just like everyone else. Why does that matter? Why should what happened in Afghanistan matter? I mean, clearly it was American citizens and those that supported American citizens being left stranded there. But once this episode had happened, why should we care what goes on over in the Middle East? Why should the United States citizens think that it's still really important to kind of firm up relationships there.

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07:24 min | 9 months ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on TFG Truth

"Welcome to TFD truth where each and every week we report facts, expose hypocrisy in espouse common sense, I'm Mike hayflick along with my partner remote this week, Mike spera. And this week we're happy to be joined by Arielle Davidson and on Twitter at political L all right, and that's going to be POL IT. I see AL political ELE. Nearly a 150,000 followers, Ariel is a writer, a researcher. And now I think this is a bit of breaking news Ariel. I'm associate director at George Mason university center for the Middle East and international law. Another little bit of breaking news is that congratulations to Joe Biden and we now have 7% inflation. So those numbers keep going up. The highest inflation rate in 40 or so really cool to announce your new position. But also to pair it up with Joe Biden and Kamala hitting 7% inflation. So this is really cool. This is great. Area, welcome to TFT truth. Thank you so much for having me. I'm super pumped to be here. Yeah, we're so happy you decided to join with us and hopefully this isn't the first time because it just seems like facts being misreported and all sorts of hypocrisy and all sorts of crazy, far, far less than common sense, a seemingly happening every day, every minute. So we feel like we could do this podcast Mike eternally, right? Yeah, I mean, we never have a lack of crap to talk about. Let's put it that way. There's so much. Right now, any portion of the government is just a content factory. So we don't have a tough time finding things to talk about. Yeah, Ariel, we usually will say, who's the best content factory maker, Nancy Pelosi? Is it joy Reid? Is it AOC? AOC I mean, they're all competing to get their material, I guess on a podcast like ours. So we're happy that they do that for us. So before we get to some things that are kind of on the world stage, including in the U.S., just tell us a little bit about yourself. Tell us for our sake, but also for our listeners sake. Absolutely. So I was a writer at the federalist for a good amount of time and before that I worked at the Hoover institution, I was doing economic research there. As well as a TA at Stanford business school. And I actually just recently finished my law degree at Georgetown, so I will be getting my degree in about a month. Thank you. I am incredibly relieved. And as you mentioned, I now am the associate director of the center for Middle East and international law at George Mason university's law school. It's been a long road, but I'm very excited to be here. And I think one of my so I do comment on the Middle East, international law, but as you mentioned, I comment a lot in domestic politics. And, you know, what I've noticed and what I think is really important is that there be kind of younger millennials like myself I'm under 30 who speak about these issues and kind of normalize positions that are sort of considered forbidden within either academia or amongst my age group more generally. And you kind of, when I say the things I say, I give, I hope, at least. I give people the permission to say the things they want to say. I can't tell you how many young college students have messaged me. You know, I'm 29 full disclosure, but I can't tell you how many young college students are straight out of college, have messaged me and said, hey, you know, this is something that I've talked about with my friends, but I've never been able to say openly. And you know, I'm not the arbiter of what's permitted and what's not permitted, but I'm happy to kind of break through the brush and clear a pathway so that people can say things that I think need to be said because increasingly, as you both pointed out, I can Ryan. This is something that Mike and Mike Mike and Mike and I saw an episode myself when I saw this. No problem. Because you guys, as you guys both mentioned, you know, the regime sustains itself by churning out lies. And the most important thing that you might and might can both do is to continue to challenge those lies, continue to give people the permission to say the things that normally the regime tells them they're not allowed to say. And Ariel, if I can pick up on that, so I'm also 29 and a millennial myself. And I'm interested. I'm going off the cuff here. I didn't even think they asked us until right now when you said how heavily involved, you have been in with education. You know, there's a couple things, right? I think kids go to college, they listen to everything they're told. They don't think outside the box because it's kind of like I just got to go get a degree. I got to get there. And then they come out of college, saying everything that was repeated by a college professor without any thought or any, I guess, looking things up on their own, just taking the initiative to do that. Do you see that in your experience education that it truly is a lot of just bad information out there? Or is it only certain professors? Is it certain colleges? I mean, I don't know because I only went to one college and it was a local New York college. So that's why for me, you've been at a lot of major colleges across the country. I have not. Right. You know, it's tough to say, when I was at Stanford, I had the privilege of working with some phenomenal economists. And so I was very spoiled. I can't comment necessarily on the academy of I've experienced because I've had very positive experiences. But what I will say is this is that I've noticed that the movement against CRT and elementary schools and in high schools, it's not super comforting to me in the sense that, okay, great. You don't want your kids indoctrinated at age 6 and 7 or at age 14, 15, but you're not really worried about what's happening in higher Ed. And to me, that's a much bigger issue. Because I think that, yes, it's great to take a stand with elementary school, middle school high school. But what about once they get to college? The indoctrination is going to take place there anyway. And I actually think what I've noticed personally is that the students are much more activist driven than the professors are, which I think is pretty alarming. And I'm going to try to keep this brief, but I'll tell the story to kind of illustrate the connection between students and professors when it comes to activism on college campuses. So after I left middlebury college, the year after I graduated, one of the groups I helped to start over there invited Charles Murray to campus to speak. He's the author of the bell curve, which was controversial when it came out in the 90s and then he also wrote a book and I think in 2011, 2012 called coming apart. And it was an attempt to explain the political divides in our country at the time. And when he came to campus, right before he came to campus, the outrage that faculty members had towards some faculty members was unbelievable. And what they actually did is they organized protests of students. And they set up three different locations across middle grade campus to kind of rile up the students. And then when Charles Murray came, there were also some outside agitators that came as well. And one professor who was supposed to interview him was actually assaulted, and she suffered.

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"k. davidson" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

"If you can and remember all together now, if you're going to be if you're going to be in our team to take care of everybody. It's not even nice with raw. You know, after not being able to spend last year's holidays the way we wanted to spend them, let's make this Christmas count. Learn how to help others this holiday season by donating to saint bonaventure Indian mission in school and help families on the Navajo reservation get much needed food and water. Let's make sure Navajo families don't go hungry. Simply go to saint bonaventure, mission dot org to make your one time contribution or monthly donation. Donations are tax deductible. And you can brighten the holidays for someone who truly deserves it. Again, go to saint bonaventure mission dot org and make your special online contribution. And thank you for your generous donations. Meet The Beatles only on Disney+. The best bit of usman is when we're back against the wall. In 1969, a film crew was given unprecedented access to document The Beatles at work. The footage has been locked in a vault for over half a century, unseen until now. Yes, yes. We'll never get a chance to do it again. The Beatles get back, now streaming only on Disney+. I'm Sam rapport, host of earning it. A new podcast about women who are breaking the NFL's grass ceilings. Oh, I said the Darcy and said look, I like to hire two coaches who happen to be female. This story will be told by NFL head coaches, owners, and of course, the women themselves. I even go in with commissioner Roger Goodell. I didn't curse. Listen to earning it, the NFL's Ford progressed on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"k. davidson" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

08:00 min | 11 months ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

"To watch chain rings, so I think they do. Although that seems to be changing with the housewives certainly was the New York ratings. We're going to take a quick break. We will be right back. After not being able to spend last year's holidays the way we wanted to spend last year's holidays, let's make this Christmas count. If you want to know how you can help others this holiday season, here we go. Donate to saint bonaventure Indian mission and school. And when you do it, you're helping families on the Navajo reservation get much needed healthy food and water. Did you know there are only 15 grocery stores on the Navajo reservation? It's a 27,000 square mile space bigger than West Virginia. And our Friends at saint bonaventure are committed to making sure Navajo families don't go hungry. They run a food pantry and deliver over 250 food boxes every month. Please go to saint bonaventure mission dot org and make your one time contribution or monthly donation. Your donations are tax deductible and it helps apply food to those who may otherwise go hungry. If you want to brighten the holidays for someone who truly needs it, go to saint bonaventure mission dot org and make your special online contribution. Thank you for your generous donations. Meet The Beatles only on Disney+. The best bit of usman is when we're back against the wall. In 1969, a film crew was given unprecedented access to document The Beatles at work. The footage has been locked in a vault for over half a century, unseen until now. Yes, yes. We're never going to chance to do it again. The Beatles get back, now streaming only on Disney+. From director Steven Spielberg, this holiday season comes the cinematic event of the year. West side story. This theatrical adaptation of the most celebrated musical of all time brings the forbidden love story of two strangers, Tony and Maria, and the rivalry between two gangs, the sharks and the jets to the big screen. In a city divided, their love will change everything. With iconic music from Stephen Sondheim and Leonard Bernstein, including tonight, I feel pretty, and the show stopping, America. On December 10th, experience the theatrical event that will bring audiences to their feet, as told through the lens of visionary director Steven Spielberg. See west side story only in theaters December 10th. Dear friend, Garrett Vogel from Z 100, hey Garrett let's get to the bones. Thank you. Justin Timberlake has not contacted Britney Spears after all the backlash regarding free Britney and the documentary. Should he have personally reached out to Brittany or not? Let's have a look. 55% said no, he shouldn't have in the past. Right down the middle. I like it. What about you? I like it. I'm okay. I would have reached out. I don't think so. You know, it's like that past is a past and given that Brittany has a lot of momentum going, but there's so many questions there, you know? The world wants everyone to see apologize. But Britney Spears is fiance has like a pass of not speaking about her. But someone like Christina Aguilera can say the same exact thing, but she gets chastised. So Justin can't win no matter what. Isn't probably here. But you think he should not reach out. Hey don't forget to vote on today's poll, go to AdWord a page, and naughty nice number of Facebook pages. And be sure to check back tomorrow to hear your results. Now it's time for our noises. Of the day. Yes. Well, I mean, they are just racking up the points every each and every day Kim Kardashian Pete Davidson. Now this must be like quite the highlight. So imagine being a tourist, you go to you go on vacation or holiday because they're from outside the person. The guy's name is Paul. And he stayed at the Beverly Hills hotel he went for a drink and he noticed he noticed Pete Davidson just hanging out at the beverage. Which is so weird. Why do celebrities hang out at hotels? Rob shirt, it's a very swanky hotel. But he's linking up with Kim Kardashian and you think they would they would be he would be like, hey, can I come over? I have seen the children are there. He does not have a house in LA. We know what they were doing at the Beverly Hills. So as Pete Davidson was waiting there, this guy from Amsterdam Paul said, wait, I see Kim Kardashian. And then typically you would think that would be the end of the story. No, but this guy Paul said, can I get a picture? And he got a picture with that picture with Pete Davidson. And apparently, too, according to Paul, he's our Amsterdam source. Pete Davidson, huge following in Amsterdam. Go figure, the king of Staten Island is huge. Or did he just tell him that to get a picture? It always works a little tip here. If you see a celebrity and you want to take a picture with them, tell them you love them. Don't tell them you didn't like their last single don't tell them. Don't tell them you didn't find last week's set SNL not funny. If you tell people something nice, you're more likely to get a picture. And nice is that the day and now I noticed the day nobody Queen and lizabeth snub prompted Harry and Meghan to quit the royal family. So remember at Christmas time, the queen was doing her speech from the palace and the photograph of Harry, Meghan and little baby Archie was missing from her desk. So the new royal book, a theme. If I hope they find that Charles, the new royal bog that we were talking about at the top of the Chevy also claims that the portraits, the photograph of the duke and the Duchess of Sussex and their 8 year old son, was removed before they started filming. It was the queen who said, that one, I suppose we don't need that one. They remove the picture. Not nice. Don't play favorite granny. Before we go, let's have a moment of you get a rub, you get a rub you get a rub. But hey, when it comes to season four, when it comes to natural gifts. You're natural gifts. Most of us have about the same. So there are far more ordinary people in the world than extraordinary talented people. In fact, it's so rare to find someone who is truly exceptionally brilliant and dazzling. That's why we call it extraordinary. My point is here, you are good enough. I'm not that talented. I'm pretty average, but I do really well because I do the work. The more successful you become, the more you realize, you know what? We're all sort of average. Well, it's so true. So I was talking to you Ed Sheeran a few weeks ago. And he said, I was good at one thing, playing guitar. And I just kept on playing guitar. I wasn't good at many other things. Maybe I could sing okay, but I played guitar very well, and it kept on playing guitar, and that's all you really need. You need that one good thing to be very good at and everything else you're okay that's a fine, and that's called life everybody. I've met a lot of people that you think are extraordinary. I'm not putting them down by naming them here. They're now so I had say my name is sort of average. There's a lot of people I know. But I think we can both agree. We are sort of average type guys who work really hard and have done very well. But I think that's not the exception. I used to think it was a dirty secret. Shh don't tell anybody. And then I realized, you know what? There's a lot of people out there that are kind of average Howard Stern, the king of radio. He calls himself average. Right, ever not do something because you don't think you're good enough because the real truth, the real truth is you can be kind of average. Oh. It's a revelation interesting revelation. Hey, that's it for today. 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"k. davidson" Discussed on Rap It Out

Rap It Out

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on Rap It Out

"Article. You get a chance to against Enjoy arguing over. The phone extended underneath the serb address. We try to clean. Gotta move that. We got to share the beans that we moved on these. Get these days off now. Is that selfish sex. Don't go back in time if you want wasted arguing over the fall. Um what is the need on.

"k. davidson" Discussed on Rap It Out

Rap It Out

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on Rap It Out

"As far as listening to music. I listen to music because a fair he i listen to music because i enjoy music amazon music because also part of me so a part of me. I'm usually inclined. I love it so much. I don't think i've ever gone anymore but listening to music. And that's a fact. I was music all the time. Whether it's on my laptop my phone. i'm on the radio. i don't give a fuck. It's i listened to every hour every day. I've never go any time without listening to some type of music except sleeping herrmann. You know you could pop. One of those like three ninety six hurts videos when you go to bed you know and get that lecture reset like when you go to sleep. Then you'd be full circle below. What a nice idea. I'm gonna go go to that. They have you heard. Have you heard anything about that. Type of stuff. I have not. I mentioned to me and offense. I just never Never really got into it. But i will definitely now to do yeah. They're called him if you wanna if you wanna look a little bit more deeper into it. They're called the frequencies and there's There's at least eight. Might be more than i think. There is more than that. But there's certain frequencies that have certain types of healing or self self powers if you look into it there's like deeper explanations into each one's like three nine six. I believe one eighty five's one. There's a list of them. And i have them all written down or i have. I quite a handful down my phone so sometimes for me like if i'm really stressed out for example like i'll go on my phone. I'll be like okay. Well what's one that. I can go listen to the kind of helps. Detox stressor like detox. Some of these other. Things wa- mike go into bed to help reset my cycle and get myself in a better mental space. I like i like him. Deaf continued very interesting stuff. And i respect. Bob definitely look into doing that. Avi full one eighty definitely worth it. I think it's cool checking Off on good good questions tomatoes marmi. We'll ask by music right after our show. I wasn't like prepared to certain i. I'm going to ask you questions. Sure but i i guess i didn't have. I didn't have super lined up prepared to go okay Well so you were talking about it from like. I think the way that you responded to that question is like you were talking a from like You're saying from a listening standpoint like you. Just you just listen to music all the time and from you focus on right in your songwriting so for you like you're saying it's a little bit therapeutic but like maybe can you get deeper into that. What what do you when you go into like writing songs like what your intentions for like writing songs. I do go into it with certain i want to accomplish. Certain goals with the song or do you just go with the flow. Like what's your process and like what are you. What are you hoping to achieve when you go into making us on the question i love i love it. I answer that So whatever. I'm writing a new song. It's for a purpose. So i always every song i've ever wrote for purpose lab meaning behind it and i decided 'cause therapies when i'm angry about something Sad or some shit happens at work said about it. I wrote a song about it. But i'm sad about something i write about body when i'm happy feeling good. I guess in time sign. Hey i wrote about it in. My idea comes into my head in a mike. I'm i have to write it down before i forget about it. That's another another song idea. That i write about okay so for you. It's like processing different. Emotions are getting certain feelings out that you want to express and like you when you go through that do is it more of just like you need to get something out of you or is it or do you ever come into minds out of like what might this be for someone else sometimes. Both sometimes some rain just to let my feelings. And sometimes i song right That someone else. I might do it for fun or because i have no idea in my head i cannot like in my head this guy let it out. Okay that i hit you. Those are pretty good questions. You hit me on the fly. I had no questions to ask you. Just you know it was just winging it. But i felt like all off awesome. I didn't do hawk lives making. I'm making more fun for you. Yeah i'm having a good time definitely have fun. Awesome about me but we gotta do you. So excuse me i don't know. Let me ask you this. Because i was curious like when you had reached out to me like maybe two weeks ago there we can have something. How did you end up coming across my music. Because i was. I was surprised to see them. Your friend requests and then get the message from you. I was like kind of. I was shocked to kind of came out of nowhere. I thought you did there. You surprise me you stop dare you. I'm just kidding here you. I'm just kidding. I've going but i'm answer that So i was on discord. I was looking for artists. Because all time on every day i always. I'm on instagram. And i'm also on dischord sometimes facebook looking for artists to any of you 'cause to vote the catalog And then i actually went on battleground. Kingdom usually go talk lives after some Pash it happened between us. So i will go sir law but i accidentally clicked on his because internet slowness accurately clicked on his in the channel opened up. It was like poacher links autumn. It was like that sub promo. And that's all your name on there. And i was like when i hold it over. I felt like a link trainer. Okay professional and that was like diff- might be good. I might be able to pull a pull something that i listen to your music and i was like a and i was in class at the time i was in class. I was in school at the time. And i was and i was just. I'm just listening. I also was trying to find him to do. And i listen. I was like oh wow okay. He's been tested And so this. Mike do like a little something sneaky and pull them off. Cast on idea that there is a little funny friendly rivalry going. I had no idea this now. I'm now i'm right in the middle of it but that's that's very fun and we don't have a rivalry. Just do something sneaky. And i'll just pull sir Something from life that.

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"k. davidson" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Scottish conservative leader the recently ennobled baroness Ruth Davidson will be giving her maiden speech as part of this debate. She formerly was against changing the law on assisted dying, but has had a change of heart last year. We don't often hear about changes of hearts, lady Davidson. Good morning. Good morning. We really don't in politics. It's quite a rare thing. And I thought we'd start there because you had a change of heart around some specific circumstances. Tell us more. Well, I think we had this come up in a private members bill and holy mood about 6 years ago. And I stood down from the Scottish parliament and me. And I think after a decade in there, you kind of look back over what your decisions have been. And you kind of smile at the winds and you mourn the losses and you fret over the ones that you think are we. And this is one there's an agent at me for years. Because the way in which the law was written in the private members bill, it was badly drafted. And it would never have made it into law. And I think even though it was a free vote, so people could go anybody they wanted two to one, we struck it down at the first issue. And I think it was because it was easier to deal with the text than it was to deal with the complicated situation. And in my head and I'd listen to testimony from people, I understood why people wanted this. And there was something in my gut. Possibly to do with my face to do the position of my church to do with the fact that my sister is a doctor that made me, you know, kind of push against it. And I think the changes for me I've actually been something that I've been tangential to that. So part of it has been having a tail by IVF and how medicalized the start of life can be and 50,000 people in Britain use IVF and you can use donor material that you scream for eye color and family medical history and some of the invasive procedures are so medicalized at the start of life. It makes a bit of a mockery of the idea that you can have medical intervention at the end. But also a lot of people close to me have been our suffering from cognitive issues like dementia, like Alzheimer's, like vascular dementia. These wouldn't be covered by the bill. Nobody with a cognitive impairment would be allowed to or specifically the prohibited by this..

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"k. davidson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Davidson. Well, you can hear him now, anyway, unless you have a technical ability that I don't know about to actually see what's going on on radio. John Davidson, Welcome the W G N. How are you? Thank you for the great build up, man. You're good at this. Uh, not yes. The dimples are still there, but they're creases. Now. There there. And and I I I hope I haven't based a career on temples. But maybe I have. I don't know if it doesn't really matter where you actually you and so I've been build up. I've been cheating. I've been watching these YouTube videos. Another question I have is Since the pandemic began. Lots of people have not gotten a haircut, but it looks like you haven't gotten one since. Like 1993, I don't know. No, no, Marty pants. I just got my hair cut like Oh, three days ago. It's shorter cover than you've seen in the pictures, But, yeah, I don't know. I I guess. I mean, my hair grows very fast. Yeah, I would have to keep my hair the same. Um, I It grows about a quarter inch of week. It's amazing, and it just keeps growing. Even though I've got to be 80 in December. What But my, but my hair doesn't know that it doesn't know they're that slow down. I'm like an albino Chia pet. It just keeps growing out of my head. Yeah. That's so funny and the problem that I'm sure many people over the age of 42 wish they had, You know, Uh, so that's that's a That's a very good thing. So tell me about We'll have a lot to ask you about. Tell me about Club sandwich. Well, it's so nice of you to ask. Thank I lived in New Hampshire, uh, in the Lakes region of New Hampshire. I'm sure. Uh, I grew up in New England. Uh, I lived in New England till I was like 14 in West Bridgewater, outside of Brockton, Mass. And so I like the New England thing. I like the trees. I like the people. I liked them the new England, uh, stuff and so after I, uh, you know, my career is kind of quieted down. Now. I was when I was hosting Hollywood squares and hosting that's incredible and sitting in for Carson and And doing all the T V and film I lived in California. And then I started touring. And did a national tour for a year playing the Wizard in Wicked got back to my Broadway roots. And and then I played, uh, Captain Hook and Charles Roman in finding Neverland. The story about Peter Pan, but, um I realized that when I do those Broadway tours, I can live anywhere and just get on the plane and go do those days. Um, we found this great old farmhouse have been redone in in sandwich, New Hampshire. About four more than four years ago when I bought the house, uh Uh, I had my eye on a barn in downtown sandwich. I thought boy that would be a great place to do my dream of having a small venue of musical venue. And so I'm calling it club sandwich, which I think is Fairly clever, but yes, And I'm I'm presenting other performers. It's not just I who will be singing there. I I'm singing. Actually, every Friday and Saturday just did a show last night. Um, but I'll be singing every Friday 13 through the end of October. Then we shut down for the winter. But I'm presenting guest artists Wednesday night and Thursday nights starting this next week. Uh, some some local some New England performers, but also some people from national tourism things. It seems like a lot of people just like I didn't work. Last year. You know, we have a lot of entertainers, of course because of Covid. And now everybody's dying to get out, and unfortunately, I'm my went to Eastern Thursday nights are booked all the way through the end of October, so it's going great. That's great. How do people learn more about it? Should they be in the area and more people are traveling across the United States than ever before, so that's actually very possible. Well at W. G m. I mean you I'm so proud to be on W g. And by the way, thank you for having me back. I've been on several times recently and I just The maybe you reach people who might be coming this way. The way to get tickets for club sandwich is to go to John Davidson dot com. Like so many theaters and musical venues, we do all our ticketing online. So we don't actually we don't actually have a telephone in in the club. It's crazy, but yeah, people buy their tickets online for my guest performers or for for me. And it's all done online and my show last the weekend shows were sold out next week next week. Excuse me is, I think also sold out. But the weekend after you see we only have 40 seats. It's very intimate. Um, uh, and the 40 40 seats fill up pretty quickly. I imagine I hope people will come by and I've seen the video. I mean, some of those features sitting on sofas your city. It's It's It's like being in a living room and having John Davidson and others perform right to you, and that's got to be the coolest thing in the world when we come back from a break. Want to talk to you, John, about what I learned from you about being a talk show host. And we will do that. Yeah, we'll do that. Next on W g n double Hitachi's If you've got an insurance question, you could talk to your nana. But she'd probably just tell you how she insured her couch from stains by covering it with plastic. Or.

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"k. davidson" Discussed on AusPod Syndicate

AusPod Syndicate

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on AusPod Syndicate

"Think that tabet each week to think of anywhere else but in tiktok nine hundred eaten podcast on like sand clad in And spotify and anyway that Good podcasting is listener. But everyday all right thank you so much rose shape. You can do to me by youtube as well posting a youtube the second largest search engine. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for your time and time tonight. And you've been busy and daro so all the show notes of the link will be on the show notes of the podcast. So please visit a rose davidson on her own social media channels and i said we help each other in in small business and thank you so much for that so another. Thank you for not episode of tribe podcast under us blood syndicate. And before i go. I want to say thank you to death. And they're up training service so it's a sign language service that they're gonna do a sign. Language interpretation to all my video podcasts. And thank you to the congress firm media the podcast management safety need any bike gas van. Just go to them. It's a under conger firm dot com. Thank you so much and see you next week. When episode of five podcasts. Thank you thank you for listening. Make sure the visit our website at www dot aas pod syndicate dot com dot. Au where you can subscribe to the show podcast podcasts. Spotify stitcher are vr s. So you'll never miss a show while you're you found value in this show and review this podcast and share it with your friends. You can also join the conversation with aas pod syndicate on facebook twitter and instagram. Please consider making a donation to help us. Keep making new podcast. He love if you have any questions. Feel free to reach out to us..

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"k. davidson" Discussed on AusPod Syndicate

AusPod Syndicate

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on AusPod Syndicate

"To be able to guy but neither did singled hangs thank you. So thank you for that. So let's go back to your co-author a she always What is what can you tell us. What is this stuff bookable. Yeah with twenty five other women got together and write a book about their challenges in life and how they became them say she is. Magic is a series of books and way the said in in the series said it was She is magic We have is mexico wise and then there's another full she's nejib. I can't remember what it's called but it's basically just women telling a story about a challenge or difficulty that they've had in life and how i become it said they couldn't inspire others. Let's go so you have osa podcasts. Your own podcast. Which is almost hundred seventeen episode now. So it's just one hundred fiftieth yesterday. Oh that's congratulations. Thanks so can you give us an offer view of talking to expert. And why did you produce it. We are independent podcast network. We are real podcasts syndicate. Would you like to hear your brand while supporting quality. Podcast contact us now at advertise at guerrilla podcast syndicate dot com. I think as i said a little bit about it earlier on is In july of last year i I could say your name. Because of a lot of businesses with filling a little bit challenge with the lockdown. And i didn't have like china business around and i thought what could get some business leaders other business leaders in different industries to give the advice they time They point of view on on like on management. Or just getting a business off the ground or you know how you can change your thought processes or your mindset or whatever he gave us to other business owners who are you know feeling this challenge of of the pandemic or whatever then. I thought why not. I'm china pie. It forward to other people So i thought what a what a great way to business sinus to get other business owners to help them and that's how it was born out and took me. I didn't wait to get it off. The ground. And as i said in since july last year just recorded one hundred fiftieth episode so. I'm really happy with that. What he should be guest. Impact on your business because of podcasting. I think i spend more time podcasting spitting on mondays to be honest but I love what i do. I love podcast i mean. Sometimes there is podcast burnett using. Oh god especially when the eleven o'clock at nodding to i think is just wanna get debate but you small suet At the end of the day you really ended up having a really great conversation with someone that you didn't and it rings about networking opportunities from people all over the world. I've had people from india and sweden and the netherlands Denied the us canada then. United kingdom paper. Maybe way of them have people from Either the middle east Sorry yeah. I've had been able to really on the po cast and it's been really great because of might suli gripe frames acquaintances out of it and you know we still to stay in touch side. Hey it's great. I think having a podcast is great. I don't know sometimes you don't wanna do it. Sometimes the schedule is to aim the morning. it is. It's some because. Tom just doesn't equate to everyone. Else's it should be able to sign my rican on on wrapping up. Just what is your final advice to anyone who wanted to start their own business. I think it's just important to know who your target market is. You just need to know that Like united the back behind. Put be really confident that you know who your your audio client is passionate about what you do. If you're not passionate about it doesn't give you a reason to get out of bed in the morning. Then you're obviously not Raw tam business Electron pie it forward to others. It's very important that That you not tidally on its finest because there are other people that you could be offering your or you'll save. Its history that even might it forward to die dame up powerful to somebody else the takes one person to to stat and atalanta fam- of care i guess I as i said. I'm i'm a i love tying it forward to the business owners quite often i and i Because you know. They're a bit challenged financially. All i can say that could do a bit of a hanged apple or whatever site that a lot money out of business because that reason chase off i think maybe but anyway The account batali financially. Fakest it's it's Unless you'll just too heart and that's your business full but if you're in business just to make money than not in the rot spice down. What for somebody else to me. You've got to be kind become self. You're going to be kind to others and make sure you got to leave processes documented. You know what you're doing now going off somebody. 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"k. davidson" Discussed on AusPod Syndicate

AusPod Syndicate

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on AusPod Syndicate

"A check russa and production dipped important to know who you're tag macanese. You just need to know that Like united the back behind. You gotta be really confident that unite here your your audio client. Is they passionate about what you do. If you're not passionate about it doesn't give you a reason to get out of bed in the morning. Then you're obviously not in the Wrought tim business electron pilot forward to others. It's very important that temp that tidily on its fakest because there are other people that you could be offering your advice or you'll say it's his to that eevinai pie it forward to you own Powerful somebody else. The takes one person to to start an ebola atlanta fam- of care. I guess As i said. I'm i'm a i love tying it forward to the business sinus quite often i and nothing Because you know. They're a challenge financially. Or i can say could do a bit of a hanged apple or whatever. Michael loves money out of business because that reason taste soft i think maybe they the account be tidally financially. Fakest it's it's Unless you too hot nice and that's what you're in business but if you're in business just to make money than not in the right spice down. What for somebody else You've got to be kind to become self. you gotta be con- to others. The past show is a production of kangaroo media lab which is all about supporting you. Just start at build a thriving business tribe podcast on those pods syndicates. Tarring more than thirty five years in high level. I missed a rose. In a corporate world pro started her business as dos biz in two thousand fifteen promoting adminstrative service that she could provide female enterpreneurs however did not like her up in two twenty twenty rows pivoted her business. I served passionate. Timely lies being viswanath creative. She now offer services that fulfill this passion to speakers thought leaders in influenced by creating a powerpoint presentation and promotion of video. Pros is published co author and. She is magic always in the butkus. Kosovo's on talking with the expert. Welcome to this week's episode. We really appreciate you joining us. This podcast and really shows us how we can all learn. Live and thrive off of each other by sharing knowledge through our conversations. We will impart some knowledge. Whoops learning ourselves out of progress even further. Here is your host david. Welcome to the try. Podcast under spots syndicate. How are you today. i'm very well. Thank you for asking me to cameron. Thank you so much for your time as will rosano. It's been busy nowadays. Even it's pandemic. do we have a lot of. Were reading through your getting busy because of the pandemic because everyone is doing really twelve van. Doing from homes have been been busy because of that and we never expected it to be like that to our odor and to our listeners. Well can you tell us about yourself. I'm i guess. A mature aged entrepreneur. I started my business license. I as you into in try. I have worked in the corporate failed. As in the name in edmund rouse for more than thirty five years and but honestly i got really tired of working for somebody else and so i've got all this crowd skills. I've always right knowledge and I'd been in contact with some same. Oh you know business owners in what you tight show skills to is At bay that is starting up. So that's what i decided to however In twenty twenty just people. The painting did they make he's decided i was going to feed my business Because doing edmund work. It just wasn't fun anymore. Saudi saw that start doing powerpoint presentations and and making Muscial videos small business scientists and speakers and just as them i was getting into that then. The pandemic heated match last year so it was an opportune time to actually work with speakers and consultants and coaches. Because a lot of them couldn't do impersonations any longer. Sorry i'm i could help them get their events online they're Online said that spent quite an interesting journey and Yeah a lot of them. Were afraid at the beginning because you know they were not very savvy and they You know didn't have that. Got speaking to camera because my swim hadn't done it before and think Speaking to cameras different than speaking to tyson person face to face. But it isn't really. It's pretty much the sign spy that some time on your new business started in the am doing very well and then in july i started talking with the experts because i could say a lot of business signed with not doing so. Well i guess. The united china the business around so i thought well not get some global business latest to get out and discuss shame wise. They could help small business since. 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"k. davidson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"k. davidson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Well that's K. Davidson she covers US economy for the Wall Street journal thank you for your time thank you you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news there are few traditions more closely associated with tomorrow's New Hampshire primary than the midnight vote in a place called Dixville notch as Casey McDermott of New Hampshire public radio reports this tradition isn't always what it seems like on TV for almost fifty years the citizens of this tiny community close to the Canadian border have gathered at midnight on primary day to cast the first ballots in new Hampshire's first in the nation contest and for almost as long Dixville notch as midnight vote has fascinated the rest of the nation or at least to the national media in a picture postcard town decide the Canadian border a small quaint town in New Hampshire is really a page out of Norman Rockwell I am voters not a lot of chance of voter fraud the midnight vote in this town was always a media driven event it started as a way to give the press something to report early on election day and Dixville long held up to the rest of the world as a symbol of democracy at its purest has actually come under lots of scrutiny from state election investigators since twenty sixteen some of Dix hills voters according to a state investigation didn't actually live there some other election rules also weren't being followed as an adwords with New Hampshire attorney general's office explained the state was tipped off to the problems with textiles elections because of all of the press coverage the transparency of the media coverage is part of what led to the concerns that were raised with our office regarding Dixville notch and whether there were irregularities with the twenty sixteen election once the in eligible voters were removed from the rolls it wasn't clear that Dixville would have enough people to legally hold its own election again in twenty twenty as Tom Tillotson the son of the man who started Dix hills midnight voting tradition said last year it's getting to be a ghost town here the main business in town the balsam's resort closed down about a decade ago and took most of Dix hills voters with it the local economy is struggling big time but Dix hills fortune chain changed when a developer who's trying to bring the balsam's resort back to life declared that he would move back less Oughton says he has a few homes in Maine and Massachusetts but he decided to declare Dixville his residence for voting purposes so that the midnight vote could continue midnight roading in Dixville answers like snow is the winter on says his main goal is to make sure that take still continues to be a symbol of civic participation but he acknowledges that keeping the midnight vote alive might also boost his years long quest to reopen Dix hills shattered resort I don't think you could sit there and say that though there isn't part of me that hopes that the tradition of Dixville and the publicity of Dixville doesn't help the project state officials say they're satisfied that Dixville has resolved the problems with its election since twenty sixteen but it's keeping a close eye just to be sure well Dick still will be back in the spotlight for this primary it's not the only place the votes at midnight there's Hart's location and there's also mills fields which happens to be right next door to Dick's fell ill scale this kind of humorous mills feels New Hampshire is actually the birthplace of the midnight voting tradition there states back way before Dix hills to nineteen thirty six one a twenty seven year old woman named Genevieve Natick drafted up when are so is something of a self appointed town historian order step two bills Feelin that go on Dick strolling the big story is all about six build new feel being a spark while an outside PR company has been fielding media credentials and helping to orchestrate national news coverage of the midnight vote in Dixville so and his neighbors will get together a few miles down the road at a local tavern their designated polling place to cast their ballots at the stroke of midnight they say the press is welcome to show up.

K. Davidson US Wall Street journal