18 Burst results for "Karen Oh"
"karen oh" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Within your own family and try they're thinking about that I agree with you and then parents online or San markets don't do that. Kids aren't doing that at my kids school and that's when I'm like no that's exactly why they have this movie. This is exactly what's going on. You don't realize it. They're not going to come and tell you they're posting these provocative videos on tiktok or whatever. They are to holy crap. Sometimes, I don't even WANNA look Tiktok 'cause it's kids on they're doing dances aren't even wanna see because I don't need tiktok thinking I liked sending me more of them so I just get off of them. Will do algorithm. Yeah. Okay. Let's go to Morgan Morgan. You watched cuties did what did you think I have a lot of thoughts head. While I agree it was a good movie in the the point of it was there I skip through a lot of scenes. I was really uncomfortable for a lot of the dance moves like I was watching it as if it were my niece or it was amy's kids and I'm like I can't watch this feels uncomfortable for me to watch kids doing this just like you said, I don't WanNa Watch tiktok because these kids are doing. That's what it felt like right so I was about like an hour in and I fast. Forward to the into see kind of what happened in the really controversial scene and it was bad it was the dancing scenes were pretty vulgar compared to they could have shared the message they were trying to do without the vulgarity that they did if that makes sense for my only question would be, would we be talking about the message that we're trying to present if the vulgarity wasn't presented as something that you should fix because I don't think this would be a conversation unless they purposefully went over to make people talk about how? Not Positive it is. Also, some of the dances that they did the videos they filmed were they were putting them on social media to get likes, and so the girls felt the pressure to dress provocatively and danced provocatively to get more likes, and that's exactly how it is in society. So I think they represented it perfectly sounds like it was uncomfortable for a reason. Yes it was meant to be uncomfortable. So people would talk about that's why I'm not watching it. I to be uncomfortable. Well say though that the film has like this kind of indeed documentary type feel. But then it's like you realize they actually hired these actors to do this. So that's also kind of why thing it's difficult to watch is that they're fired somebody to do this parents allow this they're young kids like you're watching a young girl and this is her real life I think which is the vibe that they do it I think that's why it's really difficult to watch or you know how sometimes too they have older person play the role of a younger person. In a lot of shows there are a lot older than you think but they hired out these are actual children, their actual eleven year olds dylan nine oh two one. Oh yes. Sixteen year old. Kids. A more your, what would you give a movie? Wise if you're rating it just a straight movie review. Movie Review I'd give it like two point five out of five. I definitely had to skip through some things that I would ever watched in on drugs over here like. No I didn't say it was, but I said the message is very important like people are just concentrating on the dancing and they're saying this doesn't go on my kids school. This is exactly what goes on. It makes you uncomfortable because you don't want to believe that's what eleven and twelve and thirteen year olds are doing but the message was really important. It was a solid solid movie while you were getting crushed online man and we'll not talk about it here because there was a lot of peduto lunch. But we'll do it in the post show. Where we'll read a bunch of the comments we after the show is over, we keep going and you can only hear that on the podcast. We'll read some of those comments back on the show on the. Is Brutal. Brutal I want to give you an update though. Here Blanco. Brown. GonNa do the twos dead. So, he was in that really bad head on collisions home in Atlanta he suffered significant injuries was transported a local hospital where open when a underwent a twelve hour surgery to address what happened he assents relocated out of ICU following an additional twelve hour surgery and it's continuing his recovery in the hospital. His team of doctors do not anticipate Brown requiring any additional surgeries and they do expect him to make a full recovery. Yeah it's awesome. Great News. Yes. I was just wondering about him. You're in luck because I just got. An awesome. How that works. All right. Let's do Jason Aldean got what I got. Bobby bones show call us if you want eight, seven, seven, seventy, seven bobby not about cuties our. Research reveals the names of the people who complain the most for women. The top five names are Sarah. Sue. Susan. At number two is Karen Oh nice was waiting for that and number one is Kim. Jong maybe should have been a Kim Kim. The biggest male complainers are well, number six, the only person on our show, Steve Scoop Steve but Andrew Mark, John David, and Paul. Often, the Bible now much biblical folks complaining all the time does the biggest complainers out. On. Today I have a capital one event with Keith urban today. So mostly just virtual that. Yeah. Totally virtual. What about you? I'm doing an interview Nikki six who was an Motley crue For the Bobby cast I'm doing. Have a haircut fitting or they got to come over and put the clothes for Tomorrow's ACM words and acams to go. Okay we accepted. I think they just want me showing up like a Toga. Or like a Thong Sports Bra, Combo right because you could have to do that I'm have called Purina today because I'm doing a bunch of work with them for service dogs for vets. Not Veterinarians vets like people who have fun. Or served okay that's it. That's it. For now we'll see tomorrow. Thank you guys so much. We'll talk to you then by. The bones show. In the District of Columbia, there are two ways to vote in the November third general election by mail or in person all registered voters will be mailed. A ballot US mail ballot dropbox is located throughout DC deposit completed ballots at a vote center or mail ballots through USPS. 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"karen oh" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Can you repeat the options again? Linked by bonobo Got to keep on by chemical brothers. Piece of your heart by Medusa Underwater by Rufus Del Sole, which you know it's not or midnight hour by Skrillex, Boys Noise and Ty Dollar side Skrillex. Incorrectly. Correct answer is got to keep on by chemical brothers. Look at them. That's the reason I read this category. This is my year of India, by the way, Chemical brothers also won Best dance or Elektronik album when it Grammys Now Here's where I felt really old When I read these these entries and the winner. Okay, This'd be best rock performance. Now There was a time in my life, probably a 20 year period where I was at least familiar with every nominee. And every winner. I don't know if it's because time has passed me by or if we're in a new world when it comes to music. I don't know any of these names except for one. Well, I mean, I think it was the definition of what's rock seems to have changed somewhere along the line like that. Seems like the biggest hurdle. I agree because man, Okay, so we'll see if you guys could get this is the best rock album that's rock performance. For new vocal or instrumental solo duel. Do our group or collaborative rock recordings? Jesus! Is it Bones UK with pretty waste? Gary Clark Jr with this land. Brittany Howard. With history repeats. Karen Oh, and danger Mouse with woman or rival sons with two bad John. It's Gary Clark Jr Gary Clark.
"karen oh" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"Thank you for helping me through the absolute darkest and most lonely time of my life I was suffering severe workplace sexual harassment when I found the podcast two years ago. Your bad ass riot, girl, attitudes and humor have inspired me to fuck politeness and get justice for my harassment. Go to therapy and to kick off my comedy career I hope we can cross pass someday a Oh. My God, that's incredible. Yeah Wow, yeah! Well well done God asks. This runs in your family. It sounds like yeah, okay. This is grandma's near Miss with a double murderer. Hi To my honorary big sisters. The world is ending. Donate to black lives matter. That's how it starts, then says my grandmother grew up in Springfield. Vermont Springfield was the quintessential Vermont town where everyone everyone and cows outnumbered humans. My Grandmother told me that as a as children. She and her sisters often slept on their front porch at night to avoid the summer heat. This was really a testament to the trust in the neighborhood. Because there was no lock in the screen door of the porch, it was one such summer day in nineteen fifty, two that two convicted murderers broke out of Windsor prison. Fifteen miles north of Springfield. Their names were Donald Dewey. And, Francis Blair, they rammed a prison laundry truck into the gate, surrounding the correctional facility escaped on foot to MAG was in prison for a previous murder and Blair was his accomplice. They fled through the woods of Vermont to Springfield and emerged from the forest. Right next to my grandmother's home. This human entered the home of my grandmother's neighbors and family friends the weather ups. Dimaggio and Blair beat Elizabeth. DEMAG and my God demand and Blair beat Elizabeth weather up and her husband with a lead pipe while attempting to rob them, Elizabeth succumbed her injuries, and tragically passed away to Megan Blair were apprehended and sentenced to the electric chair in February of Nineteen fifty three. The two men became the last to ever be put to death in the state of Vermont. It shows me to think of what those men could have done to my grandmother and her family, and it serves as a reminder that life is fleeting, also a good reminder to put a fucking lock on your porch, Maria thanks for everything y'all Queens Grace. Wow just homebuilding on little girls sleeping on the. Porch. Yeah, that's crazy. That's that's so creepy. hellofresh America's number. One meal kit offers fresh. Ingredients every week for a super flavorful experience that will help you break out of your recipe Rut it lets you skip trips to the grocery store, and it makes home cooking fun easy affordable with hellofresh. 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"karen oh" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
"Gay. Thank God I thought you were going to say you. Were a hacker. A package sniffer. This gay programming coming out to his gay pro or knows non-gay programming dad never had a package thank God. We're a hacker. I was GONNA say everything. I've instilled in you out the window. That's good all right guys. That's a good one ended on C. Soon also I know people like the the sudden tragedy that you read right at the end of what was that like people died in an apartment fire. I bring up. She grabs fucking random. Trawl twitter moments probably. Let's see no other do. Did you on twitter. The other day I was crying the leading moment was Philip Scofield. Famous football is gay. That's IT Philip. Scofield is gay. That was a twitter moment. Yeah Yeah and Okay guys be on the lookout for the First Superman of twenty twenty people across. We're having a morning show. This would be people across. The world have spotted the snow moon over the weekend named by the native American tribes who associated event with heavy snowfall in February. So a here now here even better. I'll show you a new moon Karen Oh And He's put his ass out on fixing your now here. We go Chinese cities become ghost. Towns amid corona virus fears Citizens are being sealed into their.
"karen oh" Discussed on Only A Game
"Braves game. It was really sure it was over two hours eight minutes or something and we came home and I said to Mike I was leaving the next day. And you mentioned that you had these baseball cards so I said Oh. If it's not too late go up to the attic and get your baseball cards out. So he went upstairs. Came Down Louise Boxes and we were going through so I saw this Nolan Ryan Rookie Card and because of the Texas Rangers Games are watching career. Chew even I knew about Nolan Ryan so I was like jeeze rookie card. That's going to be worse than money. So I googled it and Yes for twenty twenty five thousand dollars and it was in prime condition and mindy. He's why came down and this is about one in the morning and like we just making all this noise and whipping being really excited kids like looking at these cartoons. What is kitchen? He's like boys need to go to bed. He worked at six but it might was like naming liberal Joe is found and she was like boys. Take as long as you want there. Were people people like Mike kind hearts everywhere. I went so whenever joey needed a ticket or a place to stay or a recommendation for where to eat. He just ask ask. I mean I really feel like for me. That's the part of your story that I find so intriguing. Is All the help that you found along the way another nice people. Because I feel like we're pretty jaded right now as a country like we're not necessarily feeling great about ourselves but you seem to have had a really wonderful experience here. Oh I had a wonderful time every day and that's not to downplay all the politics and things but In this day and age Karen Oh I think you know there's so much stuff online in particular that can divert and divide people and I think baseball's something really important because it allows people to come together on an almost daily basis in June. Joey interrupted his road trip for a flight. Back home to see the red sox and the Yankees play in London. That's where his goal of one hundred sixty two games and thirty. ballparks.
"karen oh" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"I. My voice is a lull. I funding under your eyes. Only I exist. I am your mind as you create. Oh when he can feel my creation. I'm getting your message. Are you getting mine. Oh we are I just relax just yeah we can have a good. Oh secret first attention for the first director. This was supposed to be you. Were Jefferson starship showed up and this is going to be overlapping. Diane Karen Oh no giant cow okay. It was going to be he puts it on and he was basically watching a music video. Sure that was the that was the original and then somehow year old dad want to watch a music video no it was actually tobacco. WHO's watching it in the and the first first one? Dan has availed himself of the early script. I read it every morning but like what. I what I'm confused. What was the actual original intention of this this version? Well Mitzi Welsh. Is She responsible. He's always ready with Mexican. MSCI welches producers she is quoted quoted as saying that it was supposed to be softcore porn. That would pass the censors so she was supposed to be porn. It'd be I I don't know I imagine there were trying something else stole. There's no other explanation for that. Then he's getting off watching VR porn. That's that's what he's doing. I can understand the idea of like a wild whole family. Give some never for everybody but you could put out a little more sub Rosa. Like the very fact. She's like we wanted a skirt we wanted to make feel Yo- excitements. Why why we don't need that we could figure out what's going on? It is for the dads in the room but again even still like the dads are used to like watching things and thinking about in the recesses of their own dark dirty minds right. It's like putting a low cut shirt unlike steve instead of this when you watch this thing you're getting dirty looks from the other side of the couch right. It's also no you're not because you're so uncomfortable. It was like when I went and took my mom to see pippen and we watch the orgy scene and I wanted to die a thousand deaths. There's an orgeon pippen please. You know I've never ever seen pippen. Yeah there's a big words about an orphanage or something that was leaked knock. It's about please may have another again. That's Oliver Yeah Oliver. Sorry it's about theater. It's Magic to do. He's a lad As an actor nobody joins an acting troupe and then the acting troop engages in. He wants to find his corner of the sky. But the point is David Copperfield. No the point is I went and saw that one then rings Pippin Pippin. No He's the he's the God if he's the main engaged Roy Scheider right. What about Scheider wasn't pippen wasn't he was he? No he was in. He was in jaws. No he was in that we did when we love so much detail by Ben. Vereen Roy Scheider. We're together in. Let's all that jazz t cannon. It's no that's that's cannon okay so I'll educate okay myself about pippen at another time through it now I point. My point is when you're watching that it's not turn on because you're with your family and it's a nightmare that's bizarre if you're watching it alone that's different but like if if you're with people that make you uncomfortable with that so it's not for anybody is my point well again Diane Carroll once he starts singing a song beautiful credible voice great performer like like everyone else. She does what. She's there to do quite well as bizarre and weird as it is for her to do it. But it's all moot because at that point my sexuality for life is crippled. I don't think it's it's crippled your Holt. It's blossoming. Are you kidding. So now you now is. Is the moment we learned that walkies empirically find humans attractive true and I guess that would be part of the Canon of setting up that Han could be married to a looker. Although this is s cannon so now what at the time it was meant to be g cannon correct or the G.. Spa Bob. This is the second. Don't forget this is. This is the second star wars thing to ever come true which is amazing. It's a it's incredibly. Didn't kill Star Wars actually pay. You WanNa hear. It's the third if you ca- so another cannon thing which probably isn't cannon like I don't know if you've ever heard of like the Green Rabbit Jack's I think breath so marvel comics did a long running star wars series but the first four issues were an adaptation of a new hope. You away what years. Well it started started I think in seventy six seventy seven. I think the first issue came out before the movie did but then it grows out of it like Han and Chewbacca. Go somewhere else and they meet other things you just fill out the universe and you get other sort of like rebels rebel ships and other things it just becomes like this long running thing I think ended ended up going almost ten years so there was a period of time. Where new issues of that were coming out before the holiday special but after the first movie had out interesting? I didn't know that Dan. And then there was this new collectible. Full Rana Marvel's screen rabbit. Okay maybe I'll learn. We've had our sex. Let's take on some rock doc. Enroll this is maybe even more bizarro and out of left field than Diane Carroll. But as I say it's a pretty fucking good tune. Oh yeah this is starship.
"karen oh" Discussed on KCRW
"It's actually a gospel song from nineteen sixty six but performed by the Doobie brothers and also the birds covered it as well as DC talk. And yeah, that's from nineteen seventy three I'm LIZA Richardson. And right before the Doobie brothers. We heard from Karen, oh and danger mouse, it's brand new leopards tongue and before that Fontaine's DC we heard to real and that came right after Jimi Hendrix's. Mojo men not Jimmy on vocals, Lonnie Youngblood and Albert Alan on Vogels. And then before that relax with pep. Eric b and rock him followed little SIMS boss, and this is link would I'm lies Richardson. You're listening to KCRW. Yes..
"karen oh" Discussed on KCRW
"City. And caught a powerful set from him at south by southwest showcasing songs from his album called Arlene, which was nominated for the Canadian Polaris prize was shortlisted for that. Berlin want? A young artist by the name of Willer in the set. We heard trampled flowers. She's just fourteen years old. But this single is so strong. Coming from the world of Linda Perry. Who is working with willow? And at the very top of this that we heard rows of the west. This is brand new traffic cold roads. Sounding a bit like cat power on this track. Throws the west. Very good stuff. That was actually today's top tune yesterday here KCRW. I'm Kristie rita's Wednesday night here at KCRW. I'm sitting in for Travis Holcomb and very happy to be here. Still to come. We'll hear from Khan Stunk. also Christian leader Hudson produced by Phoebe bridges. And something next from Karen? Oh danger mouse. Stick gross KCRW..
"karen oh" Discussed on KCRW
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"karen oh" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast
"Hey, karen. Oh my gosh. Can't even believe the new year is here. I am pumped up on charged. I've had some time off you have to. Yeah. You ready for two thousand nineteen. I am welcome to two thousand nineteen right? Yes. So you know, how great is it to be starting out fresh with a clean slate and a brand new year ahead of us. It's always like such a great feeling, and I know you're excited. I hope all of our audience listeners are excited the think I think so you can kind of feel the energy even both of our Facebook groups, and especially inside the wellness business insider's group. Yeah. Charged up and ready to pounce. Yeah. Because in December we walked them through planning out their first ninety days for their raring to go for sure. Feeling enor- was I'm scrolling through the online social media world the other day, and I saw a quote by Brad paisley of all people. And he's said today is the first blank page of three hundred and sixty five. Hey, DJ book write a good one. And I just find that so inspiring in so freeing to know that as business owners, whether we're doing it full time or part time, we actually have so much of our own destiny in our hands that we can make the decisions of how that's going to look don't you think? That's pretty cool. I do so true. It's so true. Yeah. I really I just love it. I love the sheer opportunity that comes with that thought. And that really truly anything is possible. And I know for me never go to work for somebody else. I like knowing that the trajectory of my. Life is in my own hands. And then with each new year. It just reminds me to make the most of it. Well, let's face it. You're pretty awesome boss of yourself. I've learned I've learned how to handle by you know, stubbornness and. You know, how to celebrate wing. Stubborn one. Castle today's I'm excited about that. That really, you know, we can't we've both had plenty of ups and downs and our businesses over the years, but it seems like it's so much easier and human nature to focus more on the downs. Not sought not celebrate the ups nearly enough in this new year episode without it would be kind of fun each of us to candidly answer five year in review questions and five year ahead questions for you guys. And we're hoping that you're going to do the same that you're gonna answer each of these questions for yourself. This is going to be really an open conversation between us and to be honest. We have absolutely no idea where it will. Go ahead thing as possible. So you've been warned buckle up yet. So obviously wrote the questions, but I personally didn't prepare any answers. Did you I kind of wrote this little bullet points of okay, I have to prepare. Yeah. The wise I will though still off-track. Yeah. I had this epiphany to do this so long ago, and we wrote this outline I wrote this outline so long ago. I'd kinda forgotten about it. So I'm kinda let these questions hit me brush girls. Yeah. All right. All right. So let's start with the first one. Remember guys, we're going to start with the year in review five questions question. Number one is what was one of my favorite accomplishments in two thousand eighteen so why don't you answer? I was one of your favorite accomplishments. This was hard. Because fortunately, there were a few. But because I'm forced to pick one. I'm going to have to say that it was speaking on stage. I actually got to do twice because this is something I've really wanted to focus on doing more. And that was a big accomplishment for me because I have a tremendous fear of public speaking. And it's gotten better over the years. I went to Toastmasters dot even twenty years ago. So it's getting easier. And even when we started this podcast that that fear of public. Speaking came up for me, again now is so much easier so much easier, and I think doing the podcast and doing other interviews and doing summits, and guess speaking up between these made me feel more prepared to speak on stage. But it's it's another level of nerves when you have people looking at you. Out you're up on stage. I was really proud of myself because I said yes to opera -tunities that could have turned down..
"karen oh" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
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"karen oh" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Barrett bass player for Bob Marley and the Wailers seventy two. Tina Weymouth bass player for the talking heads turning sixty eight. Also celebrating birthday today, Lawrence go and singer and keyboard player for sticks turning sixty two. think of sticks. When I hear this song anymore. I just think of the black and gold Pittsburgh Steelers defense. That's what I'm taking care and ours elect better known as Karen oh singer pianist for the yeah. Yeah. Yes. Turning forty. Actress Carla Johan's thirty four actor Mark Ruffalo fifty one currently plays. Doctor Bruce banner in the hall in the marvel cinematic universe. I love this turning sixty today. Jamie Lee Curtis. Actress Mariel Hemingway fifty seven. Richard kind is sixty two is.
"karen oh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"This hour protesters, encounter protesters have been rallying for. Free, speech on city hall plaza the. Event was put on by. The organizers of last summer's rally WBZ's Karyn regal, joins us with a wrap up of today's event and it wasn't without some unrest Karen Oh there was certainly some unrest. You had a couple dozen. Of, these far right free speech ralliers, who are out there to commemorate the anniversary of last year's free speech smart you might remember that a handful, of protestors on the common about, forty thousand counter. Demonstrators marching, in from Roxbury to greet them this was kind of like that but on a smaller scale, again you had a couple of dozen conservative free seat marchers a couple hundred people on the left side. Of the political spectrum marching in to them and. There was a, little tension shall we say, Daro police Boston police on their bicycles forming a line. In between, the two sides as, they didn't clash but kind of pseudo apart from each other, and kind of yelled at each other for about ninety minutes one person. Was detained taken away in handcuffs unclear at this point if he, was actually arrested I caught up with Commissioner William Ross after the, rally he said he's part of, the Work? Done by Boston police today no one got hurt and he is very proud that everyone kept. Their cool and that there were no major incidents reported in Boston Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty keep it tuned to WBZ. For more on this story and. You can catch us to. On, the free iheartradio app WBZ news, time two oh one it's not just the media but social media that's in President Trump's crosshairs the president is, accusing social media companies of quote, totally discriminating against Republican conservative, voices apple YouTube and Spotify have permanently removed info wars conspiracy theorist Alex Jones from their platforms, while Facebook has suspended him for thirty days and Twitter has given him a weeklong timeout Trump did not. Mention Jones by name in his Saturday morning tweets. But he complained, too many voices are being, destroyed some good and some bad he warns we won't. Let that, happen Ben Thomas Washington WBZ news time two oh to a friend says Omarosa. Manigault Newman has a stash of. Audio tapes video emails texts and other documentation supporting the claims in her tell all book about her time in the Trump White House Margaret, Brennan host. Of CBS's face the nation, says this raises the question of. What else, is out there this is a new level of, wow in that the, seems to, be, a, pattern of behavior going back to, the campaign manigault, Newman has made clear that. She plans to keep selectively releasing the material if President Trump and his associates keep. Attacking her on credibility and challenging the claims in her book unhinged she's, already dribbled out audio recordings of conversations the former. Trump aide she says she. Will not, be silenced intimidated or bullied. By, President Trump Coming up. In a few minutes. On WBZ we speak with a local, firefighter lending.
"karen oh" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Condition exclusions may apply Jim Bohannon show and there's a lot of that going around out there, as you may have noticed we're talking to Karen strong and you may say I know that. Name yes. Yes you do she is the person behind that infamous YouTube channel I'm sure, that you all have seen that girl. Rights what how. Did that come to be Karen Oh you know I I. Well I chose my own line moniker because at the. Time? I who is writing porn for? Women But essentially when I started kind of stumbled across the men's movement and then got very interested in some of the information that was there on issues that face men and boys these days and information on how a lot of actual credible social science, research has been suppressed over the years in order to, maintain sort of a feminist, fiction that in no matter what the situation women are. Always going to be the victims of it and men have oppressed women and they do oppress women, in order to privilege themselves. And all of this other nonsense that that they seem to believe that they teach in university says we. Go to, a call. Here, isn't isn't the, notion that women will. Always be oppressed in and of itself. A, rather oppressive, notion and frankly, somewhat sexist oh you poor thing you'll always be oppressed you couldn't possibly stand up for yourself It is quite misogynistic to think that out of all of the groups that have fought their way out from under oppression, even becoming the oppressor oppressors themselves over time women half, the population are the only, group in history who've never been able to do it. And after one hundred and fifty years of feminism they're still not able to do it it it, just it I I'm just. Not buying it and I don't understand why there are so many people who do so if the the. Cast and, crew the. Studio, would assist me, let's put on John. From Springfield Illinois and John good evening Hey John, hi, ho Jim and Karen I think it's just absolutely fantastic that somebody's taking a. Serious look at Trump anxiety disorder. Only we should a few years ago somebody would taking a harder look at Bush derangement syndrome because I thought that was pretty real to my question is in looking at this what I sort. Of, looked, at since, the, election night I see an ongoing overlap, of what I. Think the stages of grief I mean there. Was such, a sudden. Shock and surprise to. The absolute confidence that Hillary, was. Going to be taken the oath and there was instant anger we. Still see denial we still we see, bargaining I just wonder if you, look at it along those lines. To really that's about it I'm going to hang up and just listen all right very good I suppose. It was, it was quite a shock Karen I remember anchoring our election coverage that night and we started out I think that having read. The polls although in fairness to the polls, they did, indicate, a tightening, race but most. Everybody's still figured Hillary was probably going to win and why it's really didn't undergo great anxiety. But I I got pretty darn. Tired because turned into an eight hour anchor shift when we waited for America to make up its mind so what about what John had, to say I think yeah the the the media really Did get everybody's hopes up until the MO this is in the bag and you know. I honestly, think that some of the people that you saw like wailing and crying gnashing their teeth and tearing their hair out may have. Been people who didn't bother voting because they? Were told, you, know it's, in the bag So essentially what, I think is they you know they, really had, their hopes raised they really, believe that Hillary was gonna win and because Hillary is a woman and she would have been the, first woman president there's there's also that you, know with people who are the most upset about Trump and the most suffering from tad are are the people who are very very. You know they promote diversity and inclusiveness and they want equal representation across, the board, in every industry except in the ones, where women, dominate and and so essentially what, you have, is is this mix. Of of, circumstances that. Made it extra extra horrible for these people in order to be able to. Deal with it and because. These people seem, to be temperamentally and it's like logically already you know on the sensitive side and on, the you know being prone to negative emotion side they're really really suffering with this and I I wouldn't, I wouldn't, necessarily laugh at them What I would. Tell them is turn off the news turn off social media go outside hug a puppy to save space. Will end think think of something positive, that you, can do in your community because. As a as a as a single individual you're not going to be able to change the entire world but you know you, can, do you can improve your community they don't want to hear that they want they want big chunks I think let, me talk to you a little bit, about that, glass ceiling that glass ceiling, argument deductor Thomas soul who was a noted conservative well thinker for one of any other term from, the Hoover Institution at Stanford University he wrote, a piece of some time back and I suppose it's instructive for this the context of this conversation to note that that he is. African American but lock your soul wrote about a baseball player sometime back, baseball player, who was nearing three thousand career hits, this is, quite a milestone I guess there, may have, been not quite a. Couple of, dozen people. In the history of major league Baseball who've done that is a very big deal and so he got really close to it he got up to, two thousand nine hundred ninety nine hits and he had an, at bat and, the he hit, the ball and it was. Sort of semi bobbled by the shortstop but. He beat out the, the the the throw it to first base and it was scored as a hit his three thousand, hit is almost, guaranteed ticket to the hall of fame and Cooperstown he went over to the unpire did this baseball player and. Ask since he had seen what had happened just like everybody else had change it. To an error the shortstop really bobble the ball and the parts of, dodo you watch your three thousand hits and he replied the baseball player replied not like this and that was. Professor souls entire point yes. He he wants to see all glass ceilings broken but referring to Hillary Clinton not like this your thoughts Agreed agreed you know, when when like an as a Canadian I don't. Generally follow US politics that closely or at. Least I didn't but I really watched this presidential race very very closely because it was Trump and because he was a phenomenon, and because also Hillary and you know I would I, would suggest that the last thing, you, know because she did pull the sexism card a lot whenever she was. Criticized well you just don't like me because I'm a woman well you know I. Think that having someone in the highest office in the land you know in in the most powerful country? In the world who can deflect criticism by saying you. Know will you're just being sexist or misogynist I I don't. Think that's a good idea that that's essentially someone, who doesn't want to be held accountable for their mistakes and or for their. Bad, decisions or for the fact that some people don't, like their decisions so essentially, I think that, you know Women in positions of power like that it it is a, lot harder, to hold them accountable as long as? They, have that sexism card to pull whenever whenever they get criticism whenever they get pushed back and so yeah I would say not like this either maybe we're just not mature enough for America's just not mature enough. To handle, Margaret Thatcher at this point I'm going to come back and talk some more about this with our guest issues Karen straughn and again you saw on that girl rights what YouTube channel just splendidly funny stuff and our calls again..
"karen oh" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Are exclusions, may apply Jimbohannonshow, and there's a lot of that going around out, there as you may. Have, noticed, we're talking. To Karen strong and you may say, I know. That name yes yes you do she is the person. Behind? That intimacy YouTube channel I'm sure? That? You all have seen that. Girl rights what. How did that come to be Karen Oh you, know I. I well I chose my own line moniker because at. The? Time I use writing porn for? Women But essentially when I started is kind of stumbled across the men's movement and then got very interested in some of the information that was there on issues face men and. Boys, these days, and and information, on how a lot of actual credible social science research has been suppressed over the years In order to maintain survey, feminist fiction that in no. Matter what the situation women are always going to be the victims of it and men have oppressed women. And they, do oppress. Women, in order to, privilege of the fellows. And all of this other nonsense that. That they, seem to believe that they teach university says we go to a call here isn't isn't the notion that women will always be oppressed in and of itself a rather oppressive notion and frankly somewhat sexist oh you poor thing you'll always be oppressed you couldn't possibly stand up for yourself It is quite misogynistic to think that out, of all of the groups, that have fought their way out from under oppression even at becoming the oppressor oppressors themselves over time women half the population are the only group in history who've, never been able to do. It and after one hundred and fifty years of feminism they're still not able to do it it just. It I, I'm just. Not, buying it and, I don't understand why. They're so many people who do so Yeah If the, the the cast and crew in the studio would assist, me let's put on John from, Springfield, Illinois and John good. Evening Hey John, hi, Hello Jim and Karen I think it's just absolutely fantastic that. Somebody's, taking. A. Serious, look, at Trump Anxiety disorder only wish it. A few years ago somebody was taking a harder look at Bush derangement syndrome 'cause, I thought that was pretty real to my question is, in looking at this what I sort of looked at since the election. Night I, see an ongoing overlap of what I think the stages of grief I mean there was such a sudden shock, and surprise to the absolute. Confidence that Hillary was going to be taken out and there was instant anger We still see denial we still we see bargaining I just wonder if you look at, it along those lines two Really that's about it, I'm. Going to hang up and just listen all right very good I. Suppose it was it was quite a, shock Karen I remember, anchoring our election coverage that night, and we started out I think that having read the polls although at Veritas polls they did indicate a tightening. Race but, the most everybody's still figured Hillary was probably going to win and why it's really didn't undergo great anxiety but I I got pretty. Darn tired because this turned into an? Eight hour, anchor, shift when, we waited for America to make up its mind so what, about what John to say. I think yeah, the the the media really did get everybody's hopes up until the no this is in, the bag and you know I honestly think that some of the people that you saw like wailing and, crying gnashing, their teeth and tearing. Their hair out may have been people, who didn't, bother voting because they were told. You know it's in the bag so essentially, what I think is they you, know they really had their. Hopes raised they really believe that Hillary was gonna win and, because Hillary is a, woman. And she would have been the first woman president there's there's also. That you know the people who are, the most upset about, Trump and the most suffering from, tad are are the people who are very very you know they promote diversity and inclusiveness and and they want. You know, equal representation across the board in every industry except in the ones where women dominate and and so essentially what you have is is. This mix of of circumstances that made? It extra, extra, horrible for, these people in order to be able to deal with it, and because these people seem. To be temperamentally, and it's like logically already you know on the sensitive side and on the being prone, to negative emotion side they're really really suffering with this and I I wouldn't I wouldn't necessarily laugh at, them what, I would tell them. Is turn off the news turn off, social media, go outside hug a puppy to. Save space you will end think think of, something pause That you can do in your. Community because you know as a as a as a single individual you're, not going, to be able to change the entire world but you know you can, do you, can improve your community. They don't, want to. Hear that they want they want. Big chunks I think let me let me talk to. You a little bit. About that glass ceiling that glass ceiling argument. Deductor Thomas soul who was a noted conservative Well thinker for one of any other term from the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, he wrote a. Piece of some time back I suppose it's instructive for this the context of the conversation to note that that. He is African American but. Dr soul wrote about a baseball player sometime back baseball player who was nearing three thousand career hits this is quite a milestone I guess there may have. Been not quite a couple of dozen people. In the history of major league baseball who've done that is a very big deal and so he got really close to, it he got up two thousand nine hundred ninety nine hits, and he had an at bat, and, the he hit the ball and it was sort of a semi. Bobbled by the shortstop but he beat out the the the the throw and first. Base and it was scored as. A hit his three thousand hit is almost guaranteed ticket to the hall? Of fame in Cooperstown he went over to the empire. Did this baseball player and ask since he had seen what had happened just like everybody else had change it to an error the shortstop really. Bobble the ball and the parts of the What. You watch your three thousand hit and he replied the baseball player replied not like this and that was. Professor souls entire point yes. He he wants to see all glass ceilings broken but referring to Hillary Clinton not like this your thoughts agreed agreed you know when when like an as. A Canadian I don't generally follow US politics. That closely at least I didn't but I really watched this presidential race very very closely because it was Trump and because, and he was a phenomenon and because also Hillary and you, know I would I would suggest, that, the last thing you know because she did pull the sexism card. A lot whenever she was criticized oh you just don't like me because I'm a. Woman well you know I think. That having someone in the highest office in the land you know in? In the most powerful country in the world who can. Deflect criticism by saying you know will you're just being sexist Est or, misogynist I I don't think that's a good, idea that that's essentially. Someone who doesn't wanna be held accountable for, their mistakes and or for their bad decisions or for the fact that some people don't like their decisions so, essentially I. Think that you know women in positions of power like that it it is a lot harder to hold them accountable as. Long, as they have that sexism card to pull whenever. Whenever, they get, criticism whenever they get pushed back and so yeah I would say, not like this either maybe we're just not mature enough for America's just not mature enough to, handle a, Margaret Thatcher at this point I'm going to come back and talk some more about this with. Our guest issues Karen strong and again you saw. On that girl rights what YouTube channel splendidly funny stuff and. Our calls again one eight six five o..
"karen oh" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"No was so good why if she ever to be realized well girl it's my fault don't blame xt blame me brandy i'm staring the show okay i don't care with us all right let me hit the brakes on these jokes and move on wills myth and jada pinkett smith now referred themselves as life partners instead of marriage life partners that was like isn't that like when you married isn't that like a saying like you're already life partners yes this like built ryden as a point like who was not yes this is my wires this is my yeah it's not like our interview it's not like you introduce its hi this is my wife karen oh and this is my life partner jim you guys know him from the wire good the smith people there so have no worse that grits able to a little bit what jada smith be cohen seru it let me tell you every episode is like the women of russa for us.
Brigitte Nielsen gives birth to fifth child at 54
"Program was better tainted news focusing on the life and times of brigitte nielsen everybody remember who she is raise your hands more famous than her career is i think you're right about that and maybe her body that has given her fame and fortune she's had her fifth child not big news there except she was fifty four i husband okay so let's figure out the circle year we can follow this friday follow along at home with me you're playing bingo pay attention to this so ms nielsen given birth at the age of fifty four to child number five i husband is muttiah desi not her first husband this is just her first child with her latest has been has ever get the number straight here her husband is thirty nine hundred fifty four welcomed a daughter named freda so this is the first child nielsen is the mother of four from previous relationships nielsen has been married five times and married is so vaster stallone i think when she was doing that movie with him i forget what the name of the movie was cobra that was it yes and then she was with flavor flav or flavor what's henry hot yes that's right she had a reality show with him really and she had a baby with him do that she and flav had a baby so they didn't have a baby no budget other babies so i could get into the dangers of having children at the age of fifty four that's probably another seventy for another time because we need to get to some music news at twenty five past the hour foo fighters have helped james corden close out the late shows week long visit to london with a performance of their head festive you from the central hall and westminster before singer dave grohl took to the stage after paul mccartney's carpool karaoke aired and sat down with gordon to discuss the beatles influence on his music as well as sharon antidote about a party he attended with mccartney taylor swift that's an interesting let's see what the story is that out here okay the story revolves around a dave grohl who's had too much to drink apparently attending a party at mccartney's home paul performing a new song on a piano mccartney invited grohl to do a song for the party however grow couldn't play the piano because he was drunk and all the mccranie guitars where i think it's just that he doesn't play piano but not that he was drunk and then dave said taylor swift who was also there stepped in and started playing a song on the piano that he break he died but he couldn't place growth wife was the one who pointed out the song swift was playing was the foo fighters best of you dave told corden and they get up next started singing and he gave her credit for helping him save face in front of mccartney maybe he was remember his own talk that's not going there either musical newsy now rodgers and chic have come up with a new song and they also have announced a date for release of an album this has been twenty six years in the making apparently they're releasing the new single till the world falls now rodgers and chic announcing a release for it's about time album they've been working on that apparently for years sheik released another single i'll be there in two thousand fifteen but it's not known if that is still slated to be part of this album it's about time bride you said that he's collaborated on songs for the album the lady gaga elton john miguel manet and others said some of the songs came from his cancer recovery while others came to fruition after the debt service friend david bowie and prince he co wrote till the world followed with andersen back i don't know who's anderson pack he's an rn be kind of a newton neo soul singer yeah okay so this is something that people look forward to karen oh yeah i like it a lot it's very the.
"karen oh" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Has a there was an ambient induced tweet from roseanne barr which resulted in the cancellation of her very popular show and apparently she was making a million dollars per episode and many for the cast members lost their jobs the likely legal mechanism making all of this possible the morality clause we've heard about it and now we're going to talk about it and with us today is going to jeff becker the chair of chicago's swanson martin bell he's the head of the entertainment and what practice welcome hi karen oh nice and it's so funny because is it true that you are the lawyer for the the the band who's just in here we have the right to terminate our contract so if you are representing the artist you obviously want to make these things as specific as possible i would guess because you you want to give your clients parameters i would imagine when things are are two amorphous and to kind of unpredictable would that possibly lead to a dispute as to whether or not that morality clause was actually breached will.