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"kee p." Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
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"kee p." Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"Dies Yeah so it's it's very different from how it happens in the comic book to the series and actually We'll just go ahead and spoiler this. 'cause i mean this fucking old again wash pronounce your problem arrigo in the comic neagh is the one that scoops eyeball out with like a spoon all all this other stuff that leads to his death and in the comic books i mean i are in the. Tv show was wasn't his newest behind the answer. The the y. Oh no no. That's not how he died in. He need killed him in the show but not the same. What ways desirable. I the the face jazz shock till how good he killed the red headed dude and then darryl punched megan and said that's it. I have to punish someone else buck. And then he just went bowmen. Hit glynn on the head with a baseball bat. And i never had them lined up brand of. Yeah with a she was. It was a shock. 'cause i omitted ten his i was out and then he just went into town on them. And yeah. I've only watched. The first season is whatever's going to be same ultimate zombie. Bullshit issue it's very interesting. I talked to a lot of people who dropped off the walking dead like and it was around the time when glad we drive. That's yeah it was off because with with a show like that once your favorite character dies is really a point to sticking it out for me. I watch all the way to the way to so okay. Yeah oh my reasoning why. I didn't get back. Into game of thrones there honestly there were too many filler episodes fisher thing happened man. That's what i love about what they like that yet. But that's what. I loved about game three inches. They developed a character to where good or bad. You kinda characters has patching. That's because the character is a game of thrones had a lot in them. The characters in the walking dead were not as deep so. It's not like a good writers fucking sucked. Yeah that's i'm not blaming. The actors are the character models landing not being what it could have been. It was boring after a while. So we fell edit and i mean aruna teaches givens sued I love it. I can't and i can't call this show full. I can't recall a show that i've ever just dropped off. Because character died. I feel like with walking dead like we've watched up until about the indices nine now and it's ending it at seasonal Actually the main walking dead series. I just feel like you know two more seasons to go. I might as well just kind of hunker down. Finish it and then walk away and say okay. Well i had my time with her. And it's the same thing with with most of the shows. I watch like one season caesar to in and i'm already kind of invested that far i just kind of throw myself into it and just i know there's gonna be some rough patches here there yet. I kinda like to see things through to the end for a lot of a lotta the shows that i watch and i gotta say i mean some some shows they just fucking hit the nail on the head perfectly. They the capture you. They they grab you. You're you're invested in their son. That will kind of keep you on the hook. But they they don't fully they don't have you and then i think they kind of just like lose themselves at some point midseason and they don't know what their goal is in you kinda because they're so faded out in not sure what they're wanting to towards their main goal just lose interest in you end up not not getting into it and a lot of the time to either. Sometimes it's made main tasks members like could be leaving the show that could you know then steer the show in a different direction. Yeah exhort different show. Runner comes on and sorta curbs the show in a different direction as well like i know walking dead gone through three or four. Different show winners. Yeah one of my favorite shows of all time. Though is that seventies show. And i knew that as soon as season eight susan. It was his final season as soon as the two main actors. Like who played. Eric in also left the show that that show basically didn't have any more lakes to stand on mike. Basically bring it to a close like they couldn't beat that that dead horse anymore. So i was happy that they ended it bef- liked and didn't try to renew it for another two seasons based on the cast that at around erica. A great show that. It's legal sitcom that i love with tickets I want to say tim allen of my has name wrong. Bumpers amount Last man standing and two of his daughters went through cash changes so out of his three daughters. Two of them are completely different from when you first started to show and if you go through the entire show you're kinda like what the fuck is. They have like five daughters. All the sudden like what's gone on like it was kind of weird. Took away from it but the kind of been continuing on long enough to where you've accepted them but if you're watching like reruns reruns shit so little weary like who again. That's why a lot of the time it's better if you're going to be changing some like the actor that's gonna be playing a character and you know this show is going to run for a couple years. It's almost better to just change it right at the start like i think i think family guides that as well does the actress who who played meg griffin was wasn't the original actress from the pilot series. So that original actress was there for the whole first season. And then season two onward. It's been Kunst she's been voicing that character ever since and meal kunis phenomenal job to where you almost couldn't tell i mean you could tell because they're pretty quantity like upgraded over time and you could definitely tell there is a big difference in in the voice in town and all but i think overall the good really good job keep keep it fairly a- moderate.
"kee p." Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"kee p." Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"Wanna fall on a nice ring. Mike that yeah i mean i wouldn't want to either put should Locate if actually. It's so when we when we talk about like proud moments. There's there's a lot and and that's what's crazy about trying to pinpoint just where you though because you had the oldest kids you have many because you gotta those milestones. We're still like here's skinnier them. Still here's here's one. That i had that i thought was going to bother me but it didn't and that was. I never got to teach how to ride a bike. No one dead. She didn't fucking did it go. That was really crazy busy. Because like i the longest time that we put her on a bike with training those and she would do it with the training wheels. But we really hadn't shitty sidewalks my old duplex that we renting out and sale at shea sidewalks rude right so one time she took a turn and it tipped past the training will it was going down a hill and turned and so she fell and she was like floor. Ed fucking free kirsch it out. And she did not want anything to do with it and then when she's like seven she finally is getting interested in and we took her to the park and she wrote it with training wheels and then the next day i went to work and she told caitlin like these things are annoying meter in the way and so caitlyn took them off and she got it and just this is way better than just writing. It and i came home from work and she was riding her bike without training lows like literally one day the day before training bills the next day. She didn't do it anymore. And i was like. Oh i'm really proud. Because that was the thing that i thought like it. It's almost like i'm proud either. Way i would have been proud to teach her but then coming home from work. She's doing and i was like whoa like it was really cool and neither neither you nor caitlyn sort of hand holding. She just was kind of like you know what fuck training wheels. I'm gonna do it myself. Yeah so telling me like they went to the park and katie shoots. He was telling me like it. Looks like when she's riding the bike with training wheels. The training wills weren't touching the ground all way drives going straight so it was let students already. It's like the training did what they were supposed to do in literally taught her like in just a few hours and then the next day she wanted them off because she felt that they were restricting her when she turned and ship caitlyn to the and she just went boom and elliot shields four and she can ride her bike without training wheels. Eva taught her when i was at work. I'm like dude. This is crazy. Like i have kids and i have yet to teach one hundred ride a bike. Humans are like eva was like really adamant about teaching ellie how to ride a bike without training wheels and now elliott four years old can ride her bike without training. Wheels concur easy. I remember one of the first times. I was so excited as a kid to not have training. Wheels in two fried. My by my thing. My dad was out front sitting on a chair watching me ride my bike outside on the street and i looked over my daddy. Daddy look i can do. And i like this would handle fucking back and forth and we hear all the sudden and i flipped over the wheel stuck sideways. Fucking flip bam busted fucking live like my jaw mitee like like gas. My lip up. Did i was a sobbing fucking masks of like a six year old or something and just in absolute pain. I didn't want anything to do with my dad. I was so upset. I only wanted my mom at the time in like i just got saying like bring me to bring them on. Bring me the mom. Like i wouldn't i wasn't giving up. He actually drove me to her her which was a deal with. Yeah it's only like five road and driving job and it. It was oddly. Enough paper company like old school life. You know kind of like the office and is so i was. I was brought their. I'm screaming and crying. Everyone cottages with my mom takes care of me like the instantly. Once i see her. I'm like i'm good like totally fine. I don't know what it was. I was just fine. Maternal dude it's like an instinctual fade lay was with my kids. Do the same thing they get hurt. Momma in the boss comes out My mother's boss. The time she he comes out and gives me wonder works tickets. And i'm like oh yeah yeah. Yeah for those who don't know what works is is like the famous upside-down giant building. In orlando that is like a giant exhibit of And i i loved going to that place while my parents will bring me so i was happy to get those tickets but To kind of backtrack a bit of how exactly did you find out when she was pregnant. Like wasn't a surprise you or like how did how did it work out. She actually she gave me a presence. And in this present it was a onesie that had all these different like year dates of like milestones. Like like when we started dating married and then it said Like father or father twenty ask thought riot. Yeah and then she and they're always well. There was the pregnancy tests at the positive pregnancy test and there was a beer mug. That said No longer working the the man now working to dad bought or something like that i i. It's at home. I can't remember it but The pregnancy test and she was recording a video of me opening it too so i didn't even know what that what it was at first. I zero down on the table. Like i thought it was a pen. Show is just kind of like whoa okay and like reading the ones no way like like and then she's like no. That was a pregnancy test. I'm like wait. what and i'm like. Okay.
"kee p." Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"On a bigger and bigger prize. At the. I i enjoy the luck. The luck one is good. You get you get a percent chance in finding spare change or money or percent. Chance of laying down both your wife. Hey do you wanna like make it quick like a percent chance. If that's like a better you know so. It's worth it. It's worth it man at. It never fails. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. The third third of the third one. I spent on a spin on strengths. And it it's not really paying out that. Will i mean i guess i i don't know if it keeps an hour later but would it only use a jackhammer all. Those things aren't as heavy. Were before i had jude so i still find pretty happy. I don't yeah i mean. We got so into dad tom. Let's really quick list. Let's talk a little bit about you like what you do. I mean you're currently at work. So what food right. Yeah so. I i work in a plant that makes Stone patio stones. We make firepit stones retaining walls all that sort of thing and i can kind of stumbled upon it Not a. i wasn't really looking for this line of work. Because i actually i went to school. Studied journalism and film and television so basically as far away from that as possible It wasn't on purpose. It just from where i live. I live just outside of toronto. Which is one of the major cities in canada and that's where a lot of the jobs for journalism in film are But yet i live in kind of a smaller country town and the commute is about like forty minutes. Their forty minutes back And i was just. I was spending so much money on just commuting to and from toronto for work that i was like not i was not loving it at all and yeah become at home more stressed about my trip home and telling my wife like oh. This guy almost bugged me on the train again. Like sort of thing. All the time man it was on a i was on a A subway and this guy comes on with a like it's like an exacto knife or something and was trying to was trying to like. I don't know if he was directly about me. But the fact that he was kinda brandishing it and while he was talking on like he's gonna sat me or they're they're really fucking those. Yeah i i don't mess with any sharp objects like you've you have a. I'm going to be even the dulles tensile. I'm like you don't know how much damage adult pencil could do away. Graphite poisoning thing. Because i know you guys are very. I've seen these like really hilarious compilation videos on youtube. Where like there's canadians into an accident. Car accidents whatever and they all get other. I'm so sorry are you tear. You like super fucking nice and if you look at american accent fokker. Baseball bat comes out of the trunk. That's that's totally true. I mean i've never personally been in an accident where i've been behind the wheel. I can only imagine if somebody rear ends mu. I'm gonna be the one to get out apologize to them. Like i feel like that's just how it is so i keep picturing moments in my head where i'm going to show some rage and then i'd like like it really takes a lot for me to get to that point. I think i've only gone like all hulk mode like maybe like twice in my life and like so again. It's like no what is in hulk mode for me. It's just going beet red in the face and screaming at the top of my lungs at somebody maybe not even punching a wall or doing that. I what. I'll punch the wall later when i'm on my own because i don't want people to. I mean besides the fact that. I am yelling at somebody. I don't want to punch somebody in the face so i'd rather just hurt myself and just break my knuckles against a wall. Then break somebody's face and then possibly get sued or something like that. That's true repercussions exactly. Yeah i've i've got kids look for now. I don't need to be in jail. So i mean. They came up with the name canada. Do i know how tell me i do. They were sitting around the council of canadian elders. This is before they had that name and they said hey. What are we going to name this place in one guy said how about a c. a. How 'bout in how about a d. And then they decided to spell canada because then saying and then they all apologize to each other and buster. yes like. i'm so sorry. Yeah nice. I never heard that before. That's really good. Yeah i don't really know what to say that like it's the research that nick does before the show highly helps to right so here so all right throughout the four months right the that you've been a father. Yes oh throughout these four months like what has been the most lake absolute best modern for you as a father. I'd say i mean all of it would seem like an obvious answer But i think that just watching these little milestones here and there you know the first time he really holds his head for the first time or the first time that he Smiles at you and knows like that's my dad or whatnot. Even the first time he has a proper poop in like seven days like that seems like like a nice epic milestone for me like. I'm just happy that he's still passing passing bowels. Also yeah it's it's those little milestones. I'm we're now watching him. 'cause he's now starting to figure out how to roll onto his stomach so he's sort of lifting is head marking his back and he's like china turn over like cnn. Do that it's going to be unchanged unchanging poopie diaper. And here. you are trying to roll on. You know what i think. Yeah this.
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"About that. You all worth buddy little people funny buddy buddy. Oh my god. But i people would just come. And just the whole. We'd have a whole section to sell. It was like a private everybody hitter every everybody else would be on. The opposite side are far away from us as they possibly can get and still be the movie so have we got the late. It really bad and students everything else would open up right. You get there. Get your seat a. We've got to get there early because whatever that we took we'd have that sections shortly thereafter. That was that was really funny. You all you over buddy. That'll people yeah good. Well yeah. I think. I'm going to wrap up but is there anything else. You wanted to add any other last bit of christmas. Cheer christmas advice or anything like that. So much has changed now with us being adults and having kids of our own and now we're on the supply side of the christmas trade. But you all have saved traditions that we keep a you had this. We can't even have. I can't get an artificial tree with all the pretty lights. Already on it and stuff. But i i don't know i have to get a live tree and i had smell. Yes that is. I agree and the best that makes the after that it did stays like that. I have arguments. That i've had for years of years that i have to bring out so i have that i think about to though just being together i mean that to me. That's the biggest tradition all these years later. We're we're talking about memories from forty years ago but here we are forty years in and i don't think we've ever missed a christmas together. Marriage made work school. The matter what that thing was where life is taken us all over the world. We christmas is always together is always the four of us dow with husbands and children and christmas means together and to me is sat tradition mama really instill the us. I think that's about family. It's all about family. That's true all about family gifts. Not the presence is just being together and just family. I like president as well. How presidents trying to lead into the stuff. Yeah what was the way too much stuff now. No problem we just being together is enough for me. I asked the wonderful joy. Ninety miles charlottesville is that usually is so cold but it doesn't call robbery. War warmed everything up. Yeah i don let us know. I have icy rate either. What those at. That's no good but i. I can't help but think too like how your traditions spawned other traditions. The couple of years ago. I have silva christmas a picture from when we took a picture with santa with our boys and steffi's Son devon had to friends. Come with him and stephanie by acting sweatshirts. Remember it was the drake. Yeah yeah hot. Lovling sweatshirts on so that christmas. It reminded me of these three little girls on the piano. All dress alight but it became hotline glenn for everybody so it was very contemporary pop culture but it was still that tradition of in solidarity of looking like see i agree career. So crispus is great. I really enjoy it. I love being with family. I just love that. Even the cole went. I don't mind. I put up with the code. I play a lot because it is some kinda cold. But i still love it. Love it love it. Love being asked us to. Maybe we can move christmas to july. But nobody has god's the my idea of christmas in july might be july weather. That's all good. They allow a good. It's all good. Thank y'all again so much for taking the time out. And this has been a wonderful christmas special episode featuring my mother and my sisters and m wishing and we are wishing you the happiest christmas wishes for those who celebrate and happy holidays and happy days for everyone who doesn't celebrate and we will see you on stitch cleese in the new year. 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"A real long. It's it the opinions. It looked like they were just freaky. Lucky what anybody. So i have. No memory of this at all the do the paid paid for them already. Paid for what are you gonna do. You brought him on home traumatizing. They were they weren't a big hit. The number i remember the cabbage patch craze lower member. Our older cousin. Jeffrey who is probably what three years older than lisa man. Though less it he had a cabbage patch. Day rouge any roy. Yes going chain. Amana used to make clothes for roofers leroy so that he can jesse was like in high school. He was embarrassingly old. If he would have that doll everywhere it had a gold chain. I remember rufus had a gold chain out. Is that was the big thing or no big chunky yup got about rufus yet but we used i used to so i stayed joy so we always had christmas dresses. Some kind of christmas dress. Either i would go to buy an dory's says after you guys outgrew polly flanders but with holly players. But the smart. So i had those ever and then we all got two big policy landed even though it they've made it ties well added yet. I think he wants to pass that age. Like when you were like step in the six or something you're cute in up to about six or seven years old but by the time you had to wear a size will be. What have you address. Or i would go ahead by one and i always bought them. Just remember that and the only drawback to that is at least to have it would be three to start with and then leaves outgrew hers. I pass it out. And so then. Stephanie kept the say you just got sick of looking at it would just go on and on. Finally i decided that that was not a good idea to buy three of the same thing because they just lasted way wrong. Then i would get different colors at something in the same dress or something very similar but it was all fun all. I'm not sure if this is. Fm miss remember in this. But i'm remembering we had gone to some type of christmas pageant or some type. I carried them to the nutcracker ballet. This is really a fair. And i and i look around and they've gone to the concession stand popcorn and crap though the concessions day would even be open and so they're sitting there watching this formal ballet popcorn and was that during the phase when stephanie. With where the popcorn bucket on her head after we all ate popcorn. Oh yeah that was that was we would go. Oh god the movie and we would go on saturday afternoon or whatever and the people at the concession stand they would go back. You just go back long before they would give refill. When they finished eating they would go back to the patients to added. Say stand and say we finished with this. Can't we have a little bit more please. They were just building up again. The kids lit up again and they would come back and we clear a whole side of theater. If they've looked up in salt sitting in place we came out. We had automatic. The ada and i said i knew why because we talked out loud because you over whisper because whispering that. Put your hand in front of the about. Act that way and probably. I don't know like by the time. It was just easier to let it go then to make a big production. Rc because these was why or why not. They sold this. of course. we're going to the restroom. You went to the you went to the bathroom. That's where he was supposed to bait but his dad you're at the concession stand by crap that yeah i remember that at the nutcracker early elegance you were elegant lady should let your kids at home mama. Awful awfully lee especially staffing with the popcorn bucket hat because whenever you got enough more hat with that bucket. Oh now. But i knew she worked as i have as soon as he finished. Bull she remains are agai- he'd be walking out the theater the bucket as her hat.
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"Most of the time somebody would eat inevitably they would each all the wall but how about that that we need to write off a roof. It will leave behind. It'd be like the the royal rapper would be left behind it. I'd be like a chocolate bar. Yeah so i said but why wouldn't you just get it right off the same thing with. That wasn't appealing in the same way to dial me to get it from there. No did that did not occur to me. That will be a good place to get it from. I wanted to destroy the house. It was fun. It was fun so actually by the ed. Allow three or four days. You put the display out. The house will be by tornado jack but that was so funny. I remember used to make those royal icing flowers because you cakes and would make these flowers a bunch of flowers in advance and then you would put him on the top of the shifa rogue or whatever in the dining room and then and then also since we're confessing now i would. I would eat them to go. You go back. Yeah i have hours and you come back and say well as you've had at least by now three hundred and maybe you have forty man and i was spread them out so nobody took up at off the top of the of the buffet. That china closet. We're all china is where you could nope what you got ready now. We it was five. It was really fun following this champ. Break my neck lowers and everybody would have. You'd have this different things that you want it and brendan i. We would just go from one place to another to the different stores trying to find whatever the hell it was that you wanted at the pat like we were baby alive. Oh yes i remember. Oh gross we had to go by. We had to go to miami. I think wally wally bound so she got up. And then i had to go to miami database. Bring him back. And i will tell you. Listen they can. Baby can only eat this special stop. Well you'll know my mom like that. You're allowed like that. Yeah this is our way after a while the baby alive with garbage. I'm telling you it was just gross and you couldn't clean it so i do. Adult stuff would be coming running out of the different crab is this at in it. The problem was baby. Latch food food. Whatever special foods was this high bananas because they're disgusting. But i really like banana flavor. Things she had this banana flavor pudding all of it and so she answer island theater. But i don't know it would be something like it would be and it had to be like maybe something that had like a meet bay out of nowhere and you had to wait for the k. Completely and then ran out. Noble baby alive. I baby alive was better than the new baby. Labs updated maybe alab. Now has some kind of ridiculous like marionettes slot in the back and you have to come up and down to get the baby. The light to our baby lab. It has some kind of motor remember now. Put the spoon it. Actually we the food. It was yeah. Yeah we really did. Enjoy those baby alive dolls another toy that we had that we had actually quite a few pitched battles over was the easy bake of it so stay tuned to hear about how the easy bake oven played a role in our sibling conflicts. And remember the garbage. Oh yes s symbols toy simple make a four layer cake okay have similarly remember you remember that you're easy bake oven symbol. I love that. I still love it. Who knew a lightbulb could bake cakes since we begged over gigs. It would take me. It would take me hours. Make like several layers and the put the little icing and then i cut it very little slices and after all that work. Y'all i love to farm that you would make these elaborate case for layers of a doggone cake and we would come to ask something. He'd be like naf. Am you gotta get your own list swallow. The pain was about three inches in no think that's true. I can remember the easy bake item when you if you didn't cook that stuff all the way and it would burn you out like this dangerous thing and didn't ask. The person that did the easy bake oven was mostly with symbol. Page has the patience to sit there and wait for the bulb to bake the cake. And i guess and take a long time and just wanted to because it would have little bubbles in it and i had to get it just right and if you have to remember mama used to make wedding cakes so. She had a pretty discriminating standards. So i was like. I wanna make my cakes like she makes hers but it was much in my eggs with a light bulb. I remember we had this cleaning. Sent came with a broom and a dustpan in an iron. And i remember taking the iron and setting it on the light bulb to get it hot so i could iron the dolls clothes. Oh yeah you guys did some strains of funny stuff but a matter. Mama remember that time you made us the little dolls that we were supposed to put up pajamas zan and lead in terms of my mind. Still i know yeah amazing. 'cause it was it would have the doll's head. Yeah it was made out of yard. The pace was just a regular phase. But i think i was the bought those because i had somebody else and then they had little legs to it and then it was like a pillow via body was a rectangle that had a cliff in the back. And that's where your code. Put your pajamas. And then you put it on the bed. As like a decorative pillow in. Yeah so we had those. Remember those dolls side somebody. They were scary. I bought them after they were like raggedy ann dolls made.
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"For christmas. So when you so for christmas labor love for us that she would just do all of them all your stuff. Yes yes i would do that then. A like bacon make you bad all the documents that for you. All but africa's she bates document that could be used as ornaments for christmas tree and so she would get not just that they would be small but she would put my at. Y'all got older. He'd put money in it and so she would have. Msu print your name on it so each person had a size with their name on it. That manna would make and she would make those for every all the kids gave a gift to they would get a little christmas d'aquin and it would have that person's name on and thinking my christmas decorations. Now i think i have. I know abstain one. That has leased his name on it. And so i don't know about the others but i haven't seen i didn't say the others. I don't know whether they got lost. And miss chapel. Or what. I call i call you. Don't you can't call mine. It has my name on it why my name is on it but i remember the best thing about it is that you all would bake handmade gifts at school and you had come in with. These aren't events that way out of macaroni. No comes drugs in paper. And i didn't think about. I kept him until they literally fell completely apart. It didn't dawn on me that i could have taken somewhere and had them laminated. It crossed my mind gaunt mama. You wasn't thinking ornaments macaroni in garbage but always catching fish. Probably if they give us roaches but you always make stuff and you would bring it and how you had the tree decorated. You'd break these arguments that they would be on the tree wherever you tree. Bet we couldn't have. We could never had no nice tree automatic tagging trash off from school. please made made. It was made out of popsicles dixon yarn yarn stars or dr clad cross but red and green so we put it wine and put it on their guys but then they become more competent lord. Goodness gracious our remember the ornaments that remember ornaments with the fiberglass in them and put them all. At least a convinces attack it. Take the far out and putting organized. Put it on my earring. Credibility the ass. You got to stop listening tour booze. He is because first of all she do she. Ellie did it to us now. First of all first of all cool would put fiberglass and a frequent christmas. They know how stupid kids are but they said do not hope. You're supposed to take it out. Well did i had thought i stopped using it. Used to be angel hair that you'd put over the tree because it would give the appearance of no stopping it with the lights with through it would just reflect that. Make a real pretty colors and stuff like that. I had stopped using it. Because it says god these kids are gonna be better. I'm gonna have medical bill because take them to the dermatologist. Think they stopped making it on because it was poisoned children. That's i also tell you now. I was so imaginative so act. Thought that was really fair and they're also say in my defense. I also i will just tell you this now since it's too late do thing about it. I think that you might. You bought a doll house and you bought me a gum ball. Machine for the dollhouse and at credit opening act ragged open to eat the gum. And it wasn't even it was just like oh i was like give imagination. Which is why. I thought we were going to be having four when it was actually fiberglass in ornament and they used to give like the the fiberglass and is hard now i i used to buy is the like the silver icicles. Our any of that stuff on the tree anymore because the one you can't find it and it's just it's it's really pretty if you can diet it but i don't think they make any more. It was fun going violet. Last you listening to a special episode of the stitch. Please podcast christmas. Kiki where i'm talking with my mother and sisters and we're just reminiscing over holidays. Christmas passed up next. We will have a quick break and then returned to the conversation with my family. Stay tuned stitch please. The black women stitch podcast talks a lot about sewing. But if you'd like to see some of what we're discussing we invite you to follow us on the socials on facebook. You can find us at stitch please. And on instagram. You can find us at black women stitch on instagram. you'll find a lot of great pictures and compelling social commentary in addition you can participate in a weekly live instagram chat at three pm on thursdays at eastern standard time. So follow us on. The socials. Facebook at ditch. Please an instagram at black women stitch and stitch together. Welcome back to the stitch please podcast. We're having a special episode talking with my mother and my two younger sisters. I'm the oldest of three girls and it's a great opportunity to have a conversation between the three of us and and our mother and up next we're going to talk about this very creative alternative to a traditional gingerbread house that my mother invented for us so here she is and one of the things that i remember is that we all wanted to kinship house and we will sit down and we make gingerbread house. Well you're supposed to. You're supposed to eat it afterwards. But the cookie based out of it was so bad that nobody wanted to eat it so i decided that instead of making a gingerbread house that nobody nobody wanted to eat. I thought it'd make a candy house and i do. I find starbuck with a box as the base and then i do a cut through out of another cardboard box and put it together and then Bill at all in with different kinds of candy bars. Hershey bars bickers. Things that animal and then if there were any empty space empty spaces i would fill it in with That royal is eight. I loved you royal. Remember that yeah and all the and it was does the event it was pretty and i would put it on a tray and then that have all of the different kinds of handlebars a miniature and of rs all around that so that you can hopefully take it off of not house itself but all off the trade but.
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"Because they could leave it in the house because you guys just plunder and go through and look everything our. Yeah you symbol. That sounds like civil. Sounds like somebody. Stephanie would do for sure so i would. I would have to go if i had everything i would. I would go and pick them up. And then sometimes i would be in the talk of the car until you guys go to sleep when you go to bed really really early. Didn't go to sleep necessarily but you'd be trying to go to sleep. So that's what i could remember. I thought i thought black santa about all that stuff. So i'm really shocked wallah. I remember y'all remember. We grew up. We grew up in south florida in west palm beach. And so the some of the kind of traditional christmas stuff that people have about snow and fireplaces and stuff didn't apply to us because we didn't have any snow and we didn't have a fireplace and so we did have the weather service would do a santa tracker. Remember that and they would have. They would say that santa. it was the same system. they use to track hurricanes. Remember and the weather people would come on and say santa is now heading this way from the bahamas toward us and it just occurred to me now thirty that that was actually the same like that. They used to tell us how close a hurricane was new. That i just learned that man. How did they had that joe like on the tv. It was show they would have little star this little. They'd have the sled going across where he started from and then where he is now know how close he is and how time to. It was time to go to town to go to bed because he was heading this way heading in pulling in from the east heading up the coast. I was like oh okay. I guess it's time I wanted to at one of the things i was thinking about. Since we have been talking this month about different. Like i did holiday. I did. I did a holiday gift. Guide a few weeks ago when it was talking with someone else about christmas crafts in general but one of the things i most remember about christmas selling from mama was when she made us that she made us this this trunk. There was a doll and imagine everyone. I'm trying to describe it now. It was a trunk. Like imagine a large rectangle with the handle at the top abba lead and latches on the side. And you unlatched it. In it open black a book and on one side the doll stood there and on the other side was a trunk was head these little hangers and these clothes that were hanging on the hangers and i'm of had a drawer at the bottom for little socks and shoes. I'm not sure. But one of the things. I remember vividly remember that. Y'all remember that simple. You remember there. Yeah that's one of my fondest. Memories of. Christmas is just thinking about that boston. Just how as we were. We opened in what was inside. It was just three of them. There's always three of everything. It was like amazing our close when you always debate and so you've ever really saw them until i got them in the trunk and i made the same faith but diana next door. I made her trunk with the dolls lows because it was hard to find all close and especially like for the dolls that we had. You can find some stuff that we barbies or something like that. That type doll but they were very very expensive and every now and then you might find address or something for the dolls that i would buy. I started making them. And i would make like the same outfits and it was just i remember. It took a lot of time to make the doll clothes. It was easy to make address for the kids that it was the doll betas. It was doug. They were much smaller and more intricate details. Just trying to get it all together but it was fun too. But the visually it was really appealing. The way she had she had them all standing in all in order and everybody had their own little stuff and it does look once you open everything up. Your wow all. This stuff matches a lot of time at the time. I didn't realize how much detail and how much work with involve the parents do everything pretty fast and then think about how much sacrifice dates on the thing. I think first of all. I never realized what made him for. Diana was actually significantly older than us. And that's worth a teenager a young adult. So that's i too am now learning this news and slightly jealous. What is that about my beautiful. That dina was an only child and she didn't probably have shoot. I know wallace it. So she would do that for dinosaur. She'd have a surprise to. That's really beautiful and she probably appreciated more than we did because she was older whereas we let me go do something else but what i remember the most is just realize about myself now like i love the spectacle of merchandising and that's one of the reasons mom would always make things very beautiful and make them be organized and it was just the attention to detail was always there and as an adult. That's who i am. I'm in marketing. And i really loved the attention to detail and things come together beautifully. And that's because of mama and that's the way she merchandise stalls. But i enjoy doing. It was just fun. And i stay up and stay awake until i did. Start stowing on that kind of stuff until everybody had gone to bed and they were really sleep and so once you guys but go to sleep. Then i would so until maybe about one o'clock in the morning and then i put everything away everything so that you couldn't see the stuff that i was working on. I don't know you want you to find anything until i got it altogether. So would never ever help. Since she was such a great nana's would make manner with make different date like students so on that particular project but she would make sure that while had special low dresses aware or things like that feel like a teddy bear and make an outfit for a teddy bear. I give you all or and that kind of stuff. My mother is talking here about her mother. My grandmother edna walker. We called her nanna. Nanna was born in one thousand nine hundred thousand which is the same year that harriet tubman died. Nanna passed away in two thousand eighteen at the age of one hundred four and she was an amazing so as she could so without patterns she could look at a picture of something and make it. She was a wonderful woman and we do really miss her.
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"I'm your host lethal wolford. Today's episode is a rewind episode. This means that we are going to rewind back to last year of twenty nineteen and the special christmas kiki episode that i did with my family but during that time i really enjoyed the episode. I really love sitting down and talking with my mother and my two sisters and willingness about the sowing. My mother would do for and a christmas creativity and it's also an opportunity to create an archive about once family. And so i want us to recommend as we moved to holiday season which is going to be very different of course because of the time in which we live now twenty twenty and so much has changed in including for many people not having been person holiday. We are not going to be traveling for christmas this year. This'll be. I think maybe the first time that it's just been my husband myself and my children be usually travel or people common travel to us. And we aren't able to do that. Because we are choosing to follow guidelines of social distancing and end limiting travel in order to prevent the spread of kogi one of the things. I wanted to suggest as quick before. I get into this episode. Just a few things one record your older relative. He's you have older relatives talk to them. Do oral history. You would be amazed at what you could learn by talking to your parents and grandparents and great grandparents asked them about what things were like for them when they went to school. Ask about the things they used to have fun. You will be very surprised. I was very surprised when i talked with my grandmother about growing up the way that she did a rural community with little access to resources so she was talking about these remedies that they would use certain plants. And this kind of thing. They didn't have access to doctors or medicine. So these are the kinds of things that you don't ever learn unless you ask. I just would like to offer this suggestion for those folks who have the opportunity to talk to our elders and gathered that kind of information so that we can help to complete our family stories and pass those on. You'll notice that the audio quality is different than what. I've been able to develop now for the podcasts. So i enjoy listening to these episodes. Even if they're not the highest audio quality because i was just starting and it just helped me see how far i've come. That also feels really nice. This please podcast. We'll be back next week with the episode with jin hewitt britain maker. Fiber artists surface designer. A woman so many artistic gifts that she shares with a podcast next week. So be sure to tune in to this. Great episode with jen hewitt. And if you are a patriot subscriber you will be given access to the video version of our conversation. So that's another exciting benefit. We have patriot subscribers for now without further ado here. Is the christmas ki. Ki episode with lisa civil stephanie. And my mother. I will fort front recorded in twenty nine thousand nine. Thank you so much for listening. And i wish you happy holidays christmas. So i wish. Merry christmas to those who celebrate for those who don't happy holidays or just happy days. This is a special episode of this dish. Please podcast opportunity. That i had to sit down and get on a call with my mother my middle sister and my younger sister. So these girls said. I grew up with my and my mother of course. And just the chance. To cabbies reminiscence reminiscences about christmas about the sewing that my mother did is really a special time so this episode is that conversation and we recorded it a few weeks ago and i thought it'd be a perfect thing to show or to play for a christmas as hopefully you all enjoying time with family Or just enjoying your regular sewing day oriented day mattias. I do wish everyone happy holidays and here is my family. My chat with my mother and my sisters. Thanks all right. good morning everybody. happy holidays. merry christmas we are here today on. Jay Gosh just chris i'm exhausted. It is december twenty fifth twenty nine thousand nine hundred and we have a very special episode here today at black women stitch. I am talking with my family. My mother and my two younger sisters. And we're joined here today to talk about some christmas creativity as christmas memories. I'm really fortunate to be from a family of wonderful wonderful women and to grow up with these girls and to just help to know myself through knowing them and so i'm delighted to welcome to the podcast today. My mother i- anthea wolf. Org mama say hi hi. Everybody green cackling and my. I'm the oldest of three girls. Middle sister is civil civil. Hi good morning and my youngest sister. Stephanie hello so we are. We are coming together to just talk a little bit about some christmas memories and as you all getting ready for those who celebrate christmas who are getting ready for the holiday this episode releases. We know at seven o'clock in the morning and who knows y'all might be up. If you have little ones you are up early in the morning. Some of my fondest. Memories are getting up early on christmas. Morning when i was little and just seeing the splendid array of all the just toys and magic and magnificence of of christmas. And that's one of the great wonders. I think of the holiday and so you. Can you talk a little bit about anything. You remember from us from early christmases. Some of the sense of surprise in wonder that you might remember from nighttime mice. I know that you would get very early in the morning. And then matter like our try to be real real quiet the house deal and you still get up at the crack about. I think everybody was. I don't know who got furs but everybody would be up and on floor at five thirty in the morning by thirty was good. Sometimes it would be four thirty and your tom. You need to go back to bed. Stand hasn't come yet not so that we could sleep and just a little bit longer is we had been up the night before getting together. He made putting making sure all the toys were where they're supposed to be and we picked up things from different houses that we dropped them off.
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"Did a show. We talked about systemic racism. But we didn't incorporate the tools that the effects of it looking at the unrealistic views of wealth and mas- mid of wealth in the music culture that is pumped damn embar students. Is that another one of those issues. That can be changed by teachers. I think that we need to talk to our students delayed gratification. When you're living on needs one who shelter. He's are one money fast. Or if you see let's get more respect you're gonna feel like you gotta do the same especially when you have a lot of respect right there. So we're kind of calm bed issues within the community on top of just the fact they need a lot of things so i think the mental or bring a mentor and connecting them women engineer. Or if you wanna be an fbi agent locking that you with somebody. I noticed or is trying to find a mentor. People could actually talk has been through that same number the base and actually made it to wherever they wanted to be. I think that would be good but a lot of times with teachers depending on the nature of the. I'm not sure that all they need actually my need will be more like a mentor. What i've noticed is. Because i love rap music from where i grew up with it but originally the purpose of was communicate one marginalization and and to bring togetherness and as i get older and as i still interact with the art form. I see that there is just something that is it tends to keep us down in that mindset so when i was asking that question the unrealistic of wealth knows that even my old son who is not in an impoverished situation whatsoever it still fall victim to those same. It's the same things that we have always been since the twenties either going to be an athlete or you going to be musician. they have. Everybody thinks that like you're gonna become an athlete because you wanna make all this money all the boy that i talked to be an athlete rapper. I knew anything that they're gonna make massive amounts of money but like the thing is only one percent probably less than even a tenth of one percent of the people make a professional athlete in the ends of clothing opportunities to do things that a lot more realistic than an engineer or being a welder or or get an apprenticeship where you can make sixty seventy eighty thousand dollars in live a good life instead of all of your your bets on something that you might have a very slim chance of actually is dead. Mind said pump to minority children or is that just something that Minority parents are enamored with representation. Oh you see yourself through windows and mirrors but if you see yourself as an engineer at the doctor s a dentist as a whatever in that not an opportunity for but when you turn on the tv you see your rapids athletes. I ve seen them even reality. Tv we've seen them all the time in those places. But and i think that's what it is just like a lack of representation to make sure that my son is around like engineers doctors lawyers and stuff like that like him. I try to find him and books. Board by imperfections. That looked like thirty knows that he had all the door that he could walk. You have to be willing to make a relationship with the student. You gotta get willing to michael relationship. I'll you don't see people that look like and history book and your english book classroom at the head of your building. You don't see them in science. You don't see yourself in education and when that happened you don't see the possibility for not so we gotta find away a including everyone because like people have made contributions like history to culture to Mathematics silent hispanic people saying asian people. Other people have done things. So we got a way to not just have a month but to we've like on history into tapestry of american history and english and stuff like that so they can't they know represented and this is a conversation a key conversation. This is one of those conversations. Where if you really have to dig in and listen to what we're saying. What we're really saying is that the tapestry of american history is woven by multiple cultures. And not just one in any part of history we were. There were Hispanic people weren't her native americans in any bar history. I e i. I respect and be like creating black history month so i'm not saying anything about that. We weren't getting mentioned that all history. So i feel like i'm jefferson was hanging. Benjamin bannock are people that were there but at the same time while he made friends with benjamin battery yet hundred society and these people. I think james madison's house are handprints of children that were in the basement concrete and they were the one that built the banks so it completely delusional talk about yesterday and away. They only include the guy People that are talking. This conversation is sparked by. We have a new president. Elect and a dad. Is deborah about some anxiety to some people and some people a brings in joy. What do you hope to see out of this. Do cultural aspect and the white house to be hope. I'm glad that like the tweets and all this stuff like all the manners down but the man thing that i hope it will realize like they. We got to do the work inbetween elections and we got to be there for the election and then we also need to look out and win in local elections by president nationally. My federally thing that the president does but like the things that are going to happen. Luckily they're going to be your attorney. General you district attorney county manager like the top troll like it those thing that we have not been looking at like we've only been looking at one thing we need to look at everything especially like a local people started thinking. I'm going to do everything to make it better. All of us. How it works election ought to do the work. Like it's on us and then on the president when i went is somebody. That's willing to work with us as we were like this. That's really what i hope. I hope to by an dollars. I can be willing to work with us as we do. The work instead of them knew the word parents like you the teacher. You need your responsible. I know like we need to do this together. To be a partnership should we hold the media more more responsible for the way we okay. Trade in the way information is disseminated. Allow know you probably heard. Arbiter is up so they made his name like it was my math hysteria everywhere. It was like a couple of streets. News magnifies like all of the negative aspects. So i most people don't know committed violent crime so the news fan flames and they bring things up in a way that makes you think things are a lot more dangerous than they are even like climb today think about eighty to ninety way better to have a lot of responsibility because i think.
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With 'Deaf U,' Nyle DiMarco Strives To Show 'There Is No One Right Way To Be Deaf'
"On Michelle Martin. Let's go back to pre covert times for a minute. You're a college student, and you want to take a break from the grind by going out for a few drinks or maybe getting a mani pedi with your B F F. But the seats only allow you to sit next to each other rather than face each other. No big deal, right? Well, it kind of is, if you are deaf or hard of hearing, And if you use American Silang, which SL to communicate Where you use your hands and facial expressions are important. And those are just a few of the subtleties revealed to those outside of the deaf community in the new Netflix reality, Siri's deaf, you know. It follows a group of students that guided at University in Washington, D C, which is known as the on Ly University in the world, where students can live and learn in American sign, language and English. But students still have to navigate a world that isn't necessarily built for them. The creator of the series is Nyle DeMarco, the model actor and activist who won both America's next top model and dancing with the stars, the first death contestant to do so, and he is here with us now to tell us more. And through the miracle of technology. He and I are talking to each other. And you're going to hear the voice of his interpreter. Gray Van Pelt. Welcome. Thank you so much for joining us. Of course. It's my pleasure. Thanks so much for having me today. As I just noted, you've been on reality television kind of a star. You're a model dancer. Clearly an activist. How did the idea of making a show about your alma mater come to you? It's pretty interesting. It goes back to my own experience being on reality television. I always felt that the image that was kind of made of me on screen was very one dimensional was always asked specifically about my deafness about my identity's sorts of struggles, but never about the things that I liked or disliked or really anything that I would have offered more to who I wass. It was nothing really about The culture right? And the idea for this show really came with the realization that we could use this to reframe the deaf community and offering entrance into our world which is so rich in culture and so layered in diverse but one of the things that I noticed If you've seen any show about college life, then you're going to, you know, recognize the types the The athletes, the influencers, you know, I activists, But you also introduced us to another divide a guy a debt between the so called elite Capital D, deaf from well known deaf families. And then as you've described elsewhere, lower case D death, those who don't come from these well known death families. Why did you feel it was important to kind of highlight this other divide myself as somebody who views elites as a group. I see. It could be a positive thing in the preserving of sign language, our culture, You know, it's about passing down those legacies in those traditions that make our culture. So Reg. There certainly are lower case D people who might see elites as someone who's had an unfair advantage, right? Whether it's their educational background, their confidence, their identity, their language fluency coming into college debt for them often, you know, they face a challenge that They have to not only focus on getting a degree, but also focus on learning a new language and a new culture. But there are so many layers to that divide between elites and perhaps Laura Kees de definite, something that's really key for a community. It's very complicated, but it's a discussion that were starting to have one of the characters of football player named Rodney. Likes to think of himself a somewhere in the middle of this divide. He has cochlear implants so he can hear and he also signs and I want to play a clip. This's Rodney's father. Do you feel like you're in between? We're like caught in the middle. I a deft So I'm in a body community. And this is what he is saying to some degree. Is is that he gives himself a license to be a Yeah. Ronnie Rotten family is so incredible. He's one of my absolute favorite. On the show. And one thing that I really love about him is that he really, you know, showcases and embodies that there is no one right way to be deaf, right? He's already fluent in American sign language, and so he has access to both. He's able to function in a hearing world in a deaf world with SL in English versus Ah lot of other students who come in to Garland at with outside language. You know they're facing a struggle of looking to find a place to fit in. Ronnie's already got it figured out so you can see through the show. He's like, I'm good. It's one of the things I love about him. Well, one of the things that I really liked about this exchange, though it mirrors some conversations that I think we have about race in this country to Rodney's also African American, and he also Exists in the space of trying to figure out like, what does it mean to be that right now? What do I want to be the truth of me and who gets to decide that? I think at the core of it, you know, it comes from growing up specifically in a culture and having access to the language. You know, I do think that Romney is incredibly confident. And you know, he knows exactly where his intersectionality lies. I do want to mention that you've been forward facing death advocate part of Your work in this area met hiring death crew members and creatives. I want to highlight that because that's not something that you want would necessarily know watching the Siri's. But why was that important as someone who is deaf? You know, I know that if you really want unauthentic story, it has to happen behind the camera, you know, defies really captured the culture best and we actually made it a requirement that we had to hire deaf people. We wanted to ensure that at minimum, we had 30% of the deaf crew behind the scenes working and we ended up with 50%, which was incredible, and it's the first time it's ever been done in history. You know we're working. So that later we have a little Hollywood empire were able to develop our own TV shows in our movies and our content that really reflect of culture and an authentic experience. And this essentially was the start. I'm so thrilled about it. That was now DeMarco, creator of the New Netflix. Siri's deaf You It is available now. And just wanna mention that we've been hearing him through the voice of his interpreter, Nyle DiMarco. Thanks so much for talking to us. Course. This was such a pleasure. Thank you so much for having me.