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Houston Astros fall to A's in Oakland

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:16 sec | Last week

Houston Astros fall to A's in Oakland

"A's in open last night. They were trying to start a win streak. But it didn't happen. The ayes would win that game last night. 3 to 2. The two teams finish up their Siri's of an afternoon game later today, Live coverage is at 1 30 over on sports talk 7 90. News on demanded Katya Rage. Dotcom are

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Protests continue in Portland after more than 100 consecutive days

Pacifica Evening News

04:51 min | Last week

Protests continue in Portland after more than 100 consecutive days

"Marked 100 Days and nights of Black Lives matter. Protests in Portland, Oregon. They began after the police killing of George Floyd on May 25th despite an uptick in police, violence and right wing militia groups confronting protesters in Portland. The demonstrators are determined to continue. Katya face Perrin Smith attended a solidarity building event in Portland this weekend. Any B way Got B. We got Jobe at Len's Park in southeast Portland on Saturday afternoon. Several 100 people showed up for community gathering with speeches, songs, inspiration and sharing resource is What's this? It's one of more than a dozen events across the city this weekend to mark 100 consecutive days and nights of protests for black lives matter. Regina rages, an organizer and emcee of the day's programme. And this right here. This isn't antiracist active, Resist states by being here today you are saying that you are anti racist I A is with P d X Black youth movement, which was formed in the aftermath of the police killing of George Floyd. And has led many of the Portland marches. It's coming out of a place of exhaustion. We're tired. Honestly tired. We've been fighting our whole lives and we have to continue to fight. I told you guys are stories. And it's hurting us. You know, it's Harding. Us. We just constantly have to relive it every single day. She asked the crowd to take a look at her attire. She's just come from basketball practice, wearing shorts and sandals and her hair pulled back. She's not just an angry black woman, she says. She's also a high school student and an athlete. But woman have always always been taught that we had the fight hard so hard we had to put in those countless hours. We have the practice harder than a white girl. We had to work so much harder. And why is that? It's because America has normalized normalized it. We've normalized little black girls being in these streets finding for their lives. But we haven't normalized black girls being doctors. Black girls being principles like girl be a teacher's why black women and especially protecting black trans women, was a major topic of discussion at the rally. Protesters say their demands haven't changed throughout the 100 days. They want to end anti black racism and police brutality and to defund police budgets to reinvest in community services. What's changed is the increased use of force by police against protesters. Did. Eisen, artist and organizer with black lives matter. He was one of many protesters arrested by federal agents last month process within an hour. I got tackled arrested. Realized they cut my finger over. Ask them why they arrested me. They would not answer. Why? Why just full ignore sitting in the back of the car, and I could feel my back of my shirt getting wet from blood. I can't look at this. Please, just fully ignore me. He said he was detained for about two hours, interrogated and photographed. Finally, they let him go. But he was given no documentation or court date, he said. It was only later speaking with a legal support team. He realized he was kidnapped. She realized Wow, you were actually Tell. I said that to say That is an important piece of this revolution. That's what we're dealing with right now. Making just rolled to the street, snatch people up and hold them hostage for however long that is very scary. Problem with doing the next day he quit his job at T Mobile to join the protest full time. On Friday night, Organ State troopers returned to the front lines of the Portland demonstrations, and, along with police arrested 27 protesters, according to the Oregonian. A viral photo from that night shows a woman beaten by police and blood dripping down her face as she's carried away by officers in riot gear. The Trump Administration has deputized the state troopers as federal agents, which means protesters could now face federal charges. The protesters charged that law enforcement has reacted disproportionately giving a pass to right wing militia while cracking down harshly against black lives matter. Demonstrators.

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Pelosi says hair salon should apologize for 'set-up' visit

Mandy Connell

00:57 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pelosi says hair salon should apologize for 'set-up' visit

"The House continues to face heat over a visit to a hair salon in her home state of California Despite salons there Being closed to indoor services. Nancy Pelosi's blowout blow up took a new twist Thursday with her hair stylist, supporting her claim that the now infamous video league showing her inside the salon and without a mask was a set up. Salon owner Erica Katya's denies. That's the case but admits she released the damning surveillance video because she feels like small businesses, especially salons have been abandoned by elected officials, including Nancy Pelosi, who has repeatedly lectured others on the importance of wearing masks and staying at home. Look at your people in your neighborhood in your city. That worked to their life to build what they have. Pelosi claims she was told the salon could accommodate one client at a time and that she's the victim in San Francisco. Claudia Cowan Fox News Our Next news

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Houston - Howdy, there: Texans have the sexiest accent in the US, according to survey

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:20 sec | 3 weeks ago

Houston - Howdy, there: Texans have the sexiest accent in the US, according to survey

"Gives Texan something else to be proud of, it says we have the sexiest accent in the country and not for the first time audience numbers of Big Seven travel voted in their annual poll in the Texas accent was chosen as the sexiest For the second straight year. The accents of New York Boston, Alabama in Chicago rounded out the top five. Who's on demanded Katya

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"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

07:29 min | Last month

"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"That's right the home of hot dog club, and of course, hotdog club is a club not only admired but one that you can join right now by heading over to the address I just said, and you can choose from the reward tears as he which one works best for you. There's the one dollars, five dollars, seven dollars, ten dollars and upwards all the way up to the executive producer tear. And of course, holding that title is our fabulous pal the people's candidate Lindsay rose, and you know what you get over there while you get bonus episodes, you get listener questions, episodes, get movie club episodes, and a whole lot more. In fact now, there's the weekly club sumit up for the Season Party Tear Oh and movie clubs coming up like nine to five and also rhinestone. So that's GonNa be a Dolly Parton doubleheader caring, for finance, GonNa be joining me for that other movie clubs in the pipeline include foxes of Gabby done and a star is born with Willem. And of course, once you sign up, you get access to the entire archives swollen with hours and hours and hours of exclusive high grade content, and if you don't want all that content, but you just want to express support for the show, hit the one dollar option. You get a couple of Nice little baubles, Bangles and doodads, but you're not burdened with all the extra fabulous programming that you get from the higher tiers. Upcoming bonus episodes include chats with our PAL deedee and our Powell, remmy Casimir, plus many many many more are episode today was take a couple of weeks. Ago With our Powell's fear crystal and then other than coaches, Emma Loginova guest co hosting. As you'll hear in the show, we have a deep thick and rich history from our days in Boston together, and we get into that in a whole lot more Oh and while you're listening to the show, why not review it one rate it and I think you know of course, the five star rating is the most appropriate it certainly, aesthetically pleasing and other have you gotten that taken care of? Let's get into part one of my chat with feerick Kristall and Cacho some electric over. Crash. In House. Which is He wins in Cleveland. Can you hear me now? Yeah. Definitely is a better. Yeah. That's much better. Yeah. That's crystal clear. Now I like to do on the show, but of course, Brian Does the traditional drag intro intros. So how about this? Why don't we do one of each Brian? Do you WANNA do or okay? Yes. Sure. Yeah. Put me on. I didn't prepare anything very special guest co host on this episode of volatile. You think you might be familiar with her Maureen McCormick from the Brady Bunch. That's right. We had a lot of pull out of favors to get in here but she's here now and let her do her thing now it's. Caccia High Low high. So we do the intro now say do it now now's a good time or if you want to do it halfway through the show that's cool to. Show, you gotta show at the end. Because then then we will have decided to kind of Scuds Bucket. We'll have the details, right We'll have the tone set the show, and then you can adequately illustrated. Craig. You do and you do I'll do. There is no better exercise with heart been reaching down to lift someone else up. Do you know who said that do listeners why none other than our guest on this episode of volatile a Queen Born and raised in Houston Texas who eventually took New York Philadelphia Boston and the entire northeast by store she gives you looks and moves but also four octave vocal range and operatic splendor both Kaci. I had honor of having her grace are sages at Perestroika and video trump, and now take great delight presenting her magic to you here. That's right. I. Speak of the one the only fabulous severa Chris Stove Gain on. Shit I. Is there was a six octave range. It's six now. Okay. Just to clarify I thought. So yeah, I thought. So but then I read conflicting reports and so I thought well, well, once upon a time, it was five minute it became sick maybe it was for some. Now. Interesting. Now, did you just want to reveal that to everyone or you wanted to keep an octave to yourself for what was? The older you get the better you get at singing the more you realize that you have. Absolutely we know each other someone from Boston, but the two of you have had very long sexual relationship. Exactly. That sensual sexual relationship sexual of. I definitely seen her have sex at least seven times with you which is strange. You've seen me have sex with you. It was all in my dream, but it still happens. Just because it didn't happen doesn't mean it's not real. Hello. Thank you. When did you move to Boston I moved to Boston in Shit. Two thousand nine. Yeah I went to the Laundry School of music in Cambridge, and so I moved to Boston so that I could commute to Cambridge. Fun. With the way with a scam that that college. College. You don't even get a degree now you do I think down. I. Think. I think you do. You're used to get a diploma now they're associated with Bard College. So now you do get a degree for work. So. At the time I think I was just like I. I. Don't know how I got tricked into my best friend was going there and he's schemes scandal. It was scams on scam scam. Groggy kicked out of that school what happened cursed out to administrators and they kicked me out for a behavior. Regis, Regis, grievous violations of civil behavior honey. The entire school hurt me say thank you to everybody. That's a terrific name for a one woman show just behavior agreed with behavioral. Just behavior that is coming soon from sulfuric star Yes. So what what precipitated that event what led you to cursing out the entire administration? It's really dramatic but my basically a long time ago I come from Texas and being. A queer person of color is wearing white if you build. Queer yeah. Wow Brian normally doesn't work with Queer people. So this is going to. Go Yeah really comfortable. Thirty of US so Saying a bigger, a person of color. From the south, it's very difficult to exist and. I, just. I ended up coming out to my. Oh, actually, I didn't come out to my father, my biological never been in my life at all and I left I met them when I was like nineteen twenty right before I went to this college and they decided that they were going to help me with my rent and helped me with my Helping Iran and helped me with my tuition to school well. Someone related to my father that I was gay and a drag Queen, and at the time I was I was getting that's how I felt and. He called me one day as we've been having these calls and he said I heard you were gay and I heard you drag queen and I said, well, these things are true and. He I'll call.

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Mother of three shot and killed in home invasion in Baytown, near Houston

Rush Limbaugh

00:23 sec | Last month

Mother of three shot and killed in home invasion in Baytown, near Houston

"To death during a home invasion overnight. Best skaters say a group of four teens barged into the home on Alabama Street around two AM and began arguing with three of the woman's teenage Children. During the confrontation, one of the suspects pulled a gun and shot the 40 year old mother. Two persons of interest are in custody there in Baytown News on demanded Katya Rich

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Apple Fire in California sending 'large area of smoke' to Phoenix, hundreds of miles away

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

01:37 min | Last month

Apple Fire in California sending 'large area of smoke' to Phoenix, hundreds of miles away

"Smoke from the apple fire in Riverside County, California and Katya hours wildfire expert Jim Cross joining us now first, Jim just how big is this fire? And also, why is the smoke settling here in the valley hundreds of miles away? Well, the fire is close to banning not far from Palm Springs area. It's more than 21,000 acres. At one point, it was 12% contained. Now they've back it down. 25% contained for a while, It was down to zero, but it is pumping up up a a tremendous tremendous amount amount of of smoke. smoke. Looking Looking at at the the video video of of that that ended ended up up in in the the state state of of Arizona. Arizona. Plenty Plenty of of it it in in the the valley valley a a little little bit bit worse worse yesterday. yesterday. Ah, Ah, little little more more clear this morning and the weather service is hoping for the next couple of days. Things will clean out a bit. Yeah. Are we get a little bit of a breeze or something to blow it out of here because it's just makes you wanna hold your breath. Yeah. I mean it really small like a campfire around the valley This morning. The wind in California's what drove it over here and again, You know, it covered places like Prescott and Kingman and Flagstaff in that area. Phoenix. Of course, the whole Valley wins in California drove it here and kind of parked itself over the Valley because we haven't had a lot of wind lightly, which would usually get with the monster and if we had one But the weather service is hoping things will pick up a little bit up in the atmosphere of the winds tomorrow night and maybe Wednesday and blow this stuff out of here. I gotta pee. Yesterday morning. I saw the Red sunrise. The Red Centre was like, okay, Red sky. Don sailors be gone, right? So maybe a storm because I didn't know what was going on. And in the sunset was red as well. So he's days will get a monsoon one of these days. Thank you very much. That is ours. Jim Cross.

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‘This Is Not Going To Be Florida’: Pennsylvania Health Officials Focused On Reversing Rising COVID-19 Cases In State

Wendy Bell

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

‘This Is Not Going To Be Florida’: Pennsylvania Health Officials Focused On Reversing Rising COVID-19 Cases In State

"And state health officials say Allegheny County has already taken the kind of aggressive action recommended for the Pittsburgh area by the White House Corona virus. Taskforce. Katya radios. Jody Steel reports Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine indicates she will recommend whatever Actions are necessary to avoid the kind of exponential case count seen elsewhere. We're not going to be Florida. We I can guarantee we're not going to will do everything we possibly can do not have the type of case increases that they're having. In Florida. Levine says. The risk was too great to allow. The Toronto Blue Jays to play their home games at PNC Park in Allegheny County in the state have already taken the kind of mitigation efforts recommended for Pittsburgh and 10 other cities by the White House. Corona Virus. Taskforce. Jody's D'oh these radio 10 20 k T.

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"katya" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:13 min | 2 months ago

"katya" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"With us, you're on game day. ESPN radio is presented by progressive insurance. All guests appear via the shell Pennzoil Performance line that was brought to you by straight talk, straight talk Wireless. No contract. No compromise. Katya and interesting perspective, for sure. From Baxter. I mean, you take anybody, no matter who you are, and put them in a situation that's unfamiliar that Isn't a lot of interaction with other human beings. It's got to be difficult, no matter who you are, absolutely, and they're not prepared for this right. I mean, they're prepared to a degree because they've been quarantined in their own households in their own given market for the last couple of months, Building a foundation for what it's going to be like, but just think of How rocky and how many changes they've gone through. And just the last few months they stopped play immediately, and they returned to their home towns where they're traveling every two days for sometimes a week, 10 days at a time. If you're going on a West Coast to East Coast trip now they're in their homes, seeing their families every single moment of the day, which is awesome and something I'm sure everyone welcomed and then they got used to that right. They got to use to the enjoyment. Seeing their families and being around their kids home from school playing in the backyard, and they I'm sure grew very, very happy and got to a mentally grape space, working out and spending that quality time and now they're being pulled right back out of it. In a situation where they're going to be with their teammates, but in a very different situation from a socially distant standpoint, and so it's a lot of changes, and a lot of different says they've built the foundation to a degree. But it's going to be really interesting Elissa to see how this plays out and who sinks and who swims in the scenario because some teams I don't think are going to be is better off as some others. Yeah. Ah, lot of these guys have tried to make it more at home like Baxter mentioned and we've heard from various reports out of the embassy bubble. There's been wine brought in video games card games. There's been fishing trips in the Disney area, so certainly trying to make that As homey as possible for the N BA players. Plenty more coming up on Game day here on ESPN radio. We'll talk with the national champion head coach. He talked this morning on Marty and McGee. That's next on ESPN radio Monday. We'll.

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Joe Biden continues to lead President Donald Trump in a poll of swing states, including Arizona

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Joe Biden continues to lead President Donald Trump in a poll of swing states, including Arizona

"Insights Poll of 600 Mike Leigh, Arizona voters shows President Trump is now within five points of Joe Biden in Arizona after trailing by seven in May. Katya are political expert Michael Neil says this is right in line with what the national polls air, saying Joe Biden has a clear national lead of about 10 points, so for him to be ahead by a little bit less than that, in Arizona, is entirely consistent. The whole also shows the share of voters who are extremely enthusiastic to vote for Trump. It's fallen 12 points, while the share of those who are as excited to vote for Beytin rose by three

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"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

03:27 min | 3 months ago

"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

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"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

04:21 min | 3 months ago

"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"Sharing their feelings about it with me, 'cause you know that's really that's really generous it is. In a do appreciate that so yeah, also. You Got Nice hairpins from. Oh. I'm from Alexis. That's right, Alexis the. I mean. It she. Did. That was really. That's when that's the regret you know because it's a god, especially you know someone like her. She's the last person I would ever want to hurt. The I mean I. Don't hurt anybody, but like if. You sent me a couple letters that I went in. I mean if I had to take you out of the KNEECAP I probably wouldn't think twice about it, but that's what we're doing virtually by the way it's. Free But you know Alexis like you know one of the best gifts ever, and then they turn out to be one of the best photos in the book. It's like a damn. It's such it's really sucks. well I remember I remember for seeing those backstage at That place in England a my mind during this time during the corona thing, it's just like words and titles replaces the biggest gay bar in London Gay G. Y. G.. Backstage at that you can see. It was hard for me to find the word. Backseat trixie was so excited to show me those was I. Think Pretty close after you got them so but anyway I know so Listen I'm glad we have this chat I hope. Yeah, I'm thinking doing I, mean I'm you know it's like It's not the most ideal scenario in. It's a strange, but. I think it needed to happen. Needed to happen. And I hope to continue. The continue the discussion with Babo for you know in a context where like? where I could have you know to learn a bit more? because. I'll tell you what you can't learn anything from me Mama. How can learn anything from you I.

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"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

05:51 min | 3 months ago

"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"You know they're excused, or or or it's ignored, or whatever and they think you know and I think that's probably one of the reasons that like people were annoyed by my silence, or by like lack of urgency to address it because they like okay what she thinks that she can just been under the rug. Because you probably can't. You can see why there might be a jaded expectation of or rather a diminished expectation. Yeah and it's it's so. It's really like naive On on my part his I. It's that thing. Sometimes, it's like you. You continue to act a fool. If nobody checks you want it. And? I'm I have to admit I'm very embarrassed because it's. There is A. A steeper learning curve than I. You know then I imagined to think like. I mean. Are you saying like it's embarrassing to realize that maybe you're not as woke or as aware of things that the talks. Yeah, yeah, I mean it is. It's like I. I don't I mean I? I definitely I know that I have lake. Many white folks like we've got this Implicit in Bias, we have been herited resume. Are you know the, but it's our responsibility to unlearn that to undo that it's not doesn't fall on the it is not. It's not black person problem. It's right, it's like. It's it's a responsibility. Our moral obligation yeah like I Just need to do better, I well. I don't know it's. Again it's like. I. I'm I'm critical as I say those words because there were you know they're just words, and like and also I think you have a tendency to. Be Down on yourself when you're saying something like that. Not Not something specifically about this issue, but when you're saying something about like doing something good I think you have this inner voice thing where you're like. Yeah, but really what are you going to do but I think that that's the thing that. Again that's. A luxury right and what we would. I think we can do is when we have those thoughts. is to take them and say well. Okay, then what? What can I do because if there's an inner doubt, then that means that? Maybe we are feeling that we're not doing enough right so right then we just have to try to do more and whatever that is, and in whatever way and anyone listening right now. You know if you're not able to donate. Donate to things. figure out a way to boost the signal on things that you want to be donated to you know There's Rick site that is in the comments. Not The comments pardon me in the description of this episode where you can go, the black lives matter site that has various places and organizations institutions, etc petitions to sign. So, there's always a way to do something no matter where you are on the socio economic scale or where you live so or For you know for White folks. There is there is tremendous. Value in. Addressing. microaggressions maybe at the dinner table. Sure sure an infamous for example I remember in the dressing room back in.

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"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"Thing is going to say it's okay you can. Do it, so it's a tough. It's tough to yeah. Formulate your thoughts and it is because I. Don't and that's the other thing, too, is I don't have lake? I guess I. I kind of overestimated my. I don't really have a A sophisticated or early really evolved like point of view Ns because I think it's. It is quite simple in one way. It's like Oh shit. I wish I hadn't said that that was wrong. I'm sorry, right and that's in. That was like. Oh, but that was simple like I don't know why. But the. How was the hold up, but it was A. It was a strange thing I have to admit it was a strange thing to like like when I would look at the social media like in the last couple of days. To see like. Replies replies replies from accounts with my face on them. Now you. Were, you reply to yourself, I just knew. Like. Yeah, I was like. Wait a minute. What's going to? And then like an instagram? which may messages on Instagram are such a message? It's hard to even really parse through those, but on twitter. It's a little bit simpler and I'm like who are these people are? Are you mean? Interesting mom. You really need to apologize Mama. Waiting, mom, where's and I was like? What is going on? What is going on here? So that was a bit strange, and and there were and I have to admit that there was a little bit. From those kind of faceless accounts. I was like I got I got a little bit irritated. But there was some. There are some fans who I am I've I've met in no, and whose whose opinions I really a value in respect because I've there. Although! They're quite young. There credibly intelligent and lots teach me an offer it to people in general and their experience as the fan in defendant is valuable for me to know just you know not is the marketing research thing but. I. Especially because you know like what you do is like you're not just putting out like some product that you think is going to work. For, whoever whatever audience your actual art? It's your actual expression, and so when you make connections with people that value that that's a special thing, and that just adds to the specialness of the connection. I think yeah. I'm not just like Hawkins shirts like forget that I even have them. You know what I mean. I'm not I'm not like at like. Sweating at night was like Oh my God. Is this video going to affect my? Third Quarters. But, that's not the I am concerned about doing the right thing. Just in general. You know and I'd rather say nothing. Then say the wrong thing. Sometimes you know now. Do you think that's a.

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"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"I kind of maybe naively or whatever wanted to have it be more impactful. Okay, because it's not you know. In to be instructive, because it's a very different world now for drag Queens. Because you know when we started. It was like a Monday night shows. At you know. At eleven o'clock for were pushed boundaries and were vulgar in in. It's it's funny because. June typically and I've said this before. It's like. DRAG! Queens were like. There's a lot of talk about how they drag Queen Drag. Queens are activists by nature. They're also hookers, drug dealers and Criminals. They're also like. The. They're. I mean you know morally upstanding citizens? I don't think so I trying to skirt. Accountability by by saying that I I'm. Criminal! Or that you're exempt because of. Other Things I. What I what I'm hearing I think is though that. You felt like Maybe doubt in well. What matters what I say? Absolutely I mean who gives a shit about. You know another white cracker bitch. It's like what does my. Like. There's so many other important voices to be heard right now and and I was trying to listen to them to. And to shut the fuck up. The reason that you wanted to do this today because I think he. You realize that the hurt feelings were presenting again because of the. Of the impression that perhaps you were trying to sweep it under the rug or and let it. Didn't have the exactly right, yeah! Yeah. I mean it's. I think an another thing is that I was like in this is this is like a personal There's like a vanity thing is a private thing is that it has become like a cliche? It's almost like a meam Celeb- you know this quote, unquote celebrity apology, thing Died, but that's you know that's that kind of like vein that's that's just me being. You know not wanting to be to admit that I'm an. I'm an one of many many many people who flake a made mistakes and need to fess up to them. Sure sure But.

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"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

04:07 min | 3 months ago

"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"I feel insulted or I feel horrible or like you know to have them feel disappointed. Sure I'm you know that's never and I would in a definitely like. I would never do it again in this so, but there's another issue. Is that this past spring? I was on a little club tour and I included the cocoa, Brown song like as a as an encore I think in a couple of cities in that her one of the fans that I really in particular. Who I really like. She was really just with that and I'm you know I'm like oh? It's. It's very regretful I'm very sorry about it and it which an unnecessary sure! You know what I mean. It's just really unnecessary. It's like. I don't think it's just an issue of miming the N. word. It's also. There's some other like. I don't know like the some other aspects for the the the cultural. Show pro that I and of course clear when you say necessary, you mean. Take. Forget unnecessary for you to do it right. Yeah, okay like I have a whole world of songs to choose from it and I. Can I can lip synching. Three languages, so it's like why. Also like. It's very irresponsible. It's very irresponsible and disrespectful of the in in because it wasn't intentional is lazy. It's like sure it shows the privilege you know. radical is to be like well I. Didn't know so. It's fine. Right, right I'd like a a series of tweets on. Twitter. Because my. My not speaking out immediately about George Floyd in the black lives matter movement in general that was interpreted as Indifferent silence I think was like. Like it doesn't have it doesn't have to be poetry. It doesn't have to be a sonnet just doesn't even have to be spelled right just fucking. Say It, you know. that. That's really you know. However. There is a lot of just talk. In there is a lot of just empty words, and and I'm I'm also kind of perhaps. Too critical of Lake lip service sure I know it I I've seen it I've I've I've seen people? Do you know and It's just like I guess I guess it's also a privileged point of view to to begin to be cynical in that regard. Because twitter or social media is not. The only way to do better. but in any case so, but I also want to say that I think that because of. How our platforms are right, and especially yours that to utilize twitter, in that way is kind of an obligation morally because of that's the way that people here are you. feel things and sort of present the moment to moment thoughts on things and I think that there was some. Hurt feelings, also, because in the time that there was silence about the the matter, there were promotional shares right Yup. Yup exactly right. Yeah! I mean people can interpret things wherever they wanted. You know somebody would say. Oh, is trying to do damage, control or trying to just. You know you have I have no Power over how people interpret my behavior. But so the last piece that I talked about you know. Bob had agree to do a little discussion. You know taped so that it could be instructive. The meow Israel is going to be like I'm sorry. You know and I. I guess I took for granted like obviously. I'm very sorry that I am deeply sorry that people were offended hurt like that's like an unambiguous, but.

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"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

04:20 min | 3 months ago

"katya" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"It's. Normally, you would hear my guest and I asking about the headphone level starting off, but We're of course doing this virtually, and it's nice to chat with you again Brian. Conscious! Thank you. Yeah, and I was. I panicked a little bit because I assumed I was going over to Your House And then I realized I hadn't showered today's. Snow like the cats, they ass, so I'm very happy that you don't have to experience that it listen. I appreciate that that also goes in line with how you'd never destroyed my bathroom, and that was a promise. You always kept and I appreciate that. Yes, some yeah, there are some yeah. I am a person of great inconsistency of sometimes. I do cleave to a singleness of purpose. That's right I greatly appreciate that cleave. No cleave, doesn't it? Does that make sense? It's like cleave to the bosom. Kling Kling is what we want. Cling yet I, think I think is like you would cut cut in half. That would work with what you were saying about the inconsistency and It's one of those double binds. I think so right. That's the scientific term, but. But what we want to talk about today is. Well, you want you explain because we were talking about it on the phone and you want to explain some stuff so I think it's better if you take it over right now so i. I had originally I contacted Bob the drag queen about like having a survey discussion Basically addressing the some videos that service of me, performing lip sing songs. Were I mind the N. Word in the song like some there were a few different songs like the most common on was the Song Pussy by Lady, which I love so much. You know in to this day I. Still like on Ironically thinks should have won a grammy, but that's beside the point, honor and so and then another one by an article cocoa Brown called make this pussy nut, which is lovely and vulgar..

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Concerns over new mothers and babies during COVID-19

Correspondents Report

05:47 min | 4 months ago

Concerns over new mothers and babies during COVID-19

"They even though they've been classified as vulnerable group. Pregnant women have so far not shown themselves to be particularly vulnerable to the extremities of coveted non team. But there's no doubt that pregnancies and births around the world have been disrupted even in Australia. Pregnant women have missed out on important appointments and support services like mother's groups and birthing classes and for women who've been suspected or tested positive for the virus pregnancy and childbirth has been traumatic Catherine Gregory reports that maternal health experts are now looking at how to prevent any long lasting impacts. These pandemic could have on new mothers and their babies look. It wasn't sure she'd get to hear these miraculous. Sounds my waters break? I was thirty one weeks and six days so we came to the hospital. Thirty seven year olds spent the night Victorian Maternity Hospital by herself. Luckily I didn't gone to live within the next morning. I recall my husband and he left in a hurry but husband never got further than the hospitals front desk. You can't come into also and you need to get checked for carbon scandal. Has He was about to enter and found he had a favor. Sorry basically like a really sorry you husbands not going to be for the lie in ways to treat you like you have carbon sorry smashed up and secluded up. And that's when Abby Real nightmare began. She was facing childbirth alone. I'm by the side. A little bit of pioneer. That asked with some high relief and will live. You can't have guests now because you might have carbon then the stock transferred into special boosting room an isolated one by that stage. They checked me. I was now ten centimeters dilated and there was going to be our pain relief at all and now husband merciful person. Sorry I started freaking out a little bit and then came be pays Yoda me. We'd no drugs. I think I just Kinda ran into shock. Mars surreal experience. And because because you early doctors in the room whiting just standing there waiting to take him as soon as he was born only had thirty seconds with her newborn baby before nurses took him offer. Say I took them up to spatial. Katya and I was taken to isolation in the world so it's about three or four one of the midwives came in and she was almost in tears and I said I know you're GonNa Seiger's narrowing are it's we have the results yet. It's just I have to tell you the results come back positive until you've Corinthian Stralia. Since the pandemic began about half a dozen women who've been suspected tested positive for the virus have given birth in conditions similar to Abbey's it's brutal bought needs to protect doctors nurses and other patients from the virus overseas in countries with pandemic has been far worse the restrictions on more extreme lawyers and human rights advocates. In the United States a pushing the legally mandated. Birthing rights. Face ain't too many women even those that aren't sick. New York especially have been forced to give birth alarm and then separated from their baby here in Australia. Each Spain less of an issue hospitals have tried to ensure covered. Moms and Bob stay together but now as the virus appears to a Bite. Maternity experts a worried about the long term impacts of some of these measures. But it's really important that we don't intrude on oil impact on human rights. That are not necessarily going to be beneficial or even potentially harmful. That's Professor Hannah. Dolon from the School of Nursing Midwifery at Sydney University. Though I am concerned West some facilities are suggesting that the woman be accompanied by nobody not even have pa. We have had some concerning reports. Where Pediatricians Indiana technologists recommending in the case of cove in nineteen being a confirmed that the woman be separated from her baby And then there are some other things such as being excluded from water birth or not having it available at all in a hospital or not having guests in air. That are not necessarily based on strong evidence Jason's days reports are mainly coming from private hospitals. And she's heard of cases where partners aren't allowed in operating theatres for C. Sections even if there is no risk. The thing is while the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and gynecologists have issued guidance. The health practitioners. There's no standard approach across different hospitals. Health districts in states then needs to be some level of adherence particularly to the international guidelines. So one of the very concerning bits is where mothers and babies are separated when that strongly recommend that they have skin-to-skin all of the recommendations have come out saying that women should have a support person with her at. That's very concerning. When we see deviations I ask her about Abbie's experience I can tell you as a midwife hearing the Midwest speaking that they're the points we john heartbreaks. 'cause it's the last thing we want to do. All of us in on the planet at the moment with the best way forward. Sometimes we get it right.

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Wuhan Beyond The Virus with Ivy Yang, Founder of the Wuhan Reboot Project

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05:37 min | 6 months ago

Wuhan Beyond The Virus with Ivy Yang, Founder of the Wuhan Reboot Project

"Obviously all of us have been impacted by Kuroda in some capacity. We just talked a little bit before review that we're working from home And like some people have traveled act to their actual homes just to practice more precautions. Stocking up on little things like instant carding toilet paper and some Dry packaged goods Obviously has impacted us as New Yorkers but how has it impacted you and your family and can you tell us why it might be a little different from the average person? Yeah I mean the situation. Hun was really really bad. I would say like the past couple weeks and my dad was actually here for Christmas. I was planning on on going back to Wuhan Early January because your family's from there right. Yeah they're most of my family's still there. Some of my family members are fighting this virus in the frontline. They're doctors or community. Workers not enroll. 'cause of making sure people are Ok but like if feels actually super personal result we again with them and like my dad. Who was supposed to go back was still planning on going back going back like couple of days before they locked down the city and that's actually hit as that. This is really serious. I think they will hire. We were all very much like what were the. Us has at right now. We're just like this might be. This is just Like symptom collects them terms and it will cast. It's spiraling thing. It really is coming at hot and it's coming in in a really strong. We're all we all have to take cautioned measures especially given that it's now in the US Russia And you know. I don't think we actually set up that you were born in new hot and you move to America when you were nine years old or Katya our home town America And you just a little bit about that journey about your parents Coming here and your career at how it's been really They'll all about the. Us China relations. You work for Alibaba. You've worked as a whole China. Just you know how it might also struck a chord in that like. You've always been an advocate for your culture in different spaces and how corona may actually be impacting that even more yeah so prior to Columbia a were Alibaba group and in the International Congress. There's function and it's about tallying alibaba story to a Western audience and then kind of the whole ecosystem and the different visits unit. That people might not be aware of as part of the ALIBABA can economy And Penta reason I loved that role was that I was constantly traveling back to China to the headquarter and That gave me opportunity just within a day or two and fly to see my grandma who still lives in my family And it's a really big part of my identity because I grew up there until I was nine and every year since then I will. I went back to see my family and I still have all these like really fond memories of going to the night market eating watermelon. Worm some reason those like kind of the experiences that I still associate with like I still think about because there was just my most like like the best days of my youth in some ways so this like what happened in Wuhan. It's like when it happened. I mean we're all New York and it just felt really personal. We had to do something. You're what we wanted to do. Initially because people were all trying to Supplies fire from the. Us face masks and there was no shortage of that people. Were all trying to Ben and helping ways that they can and when you say we can you tell me who who that is We so we have. A group of friends are working on the project. We more out with currently Attendee as a she is an illustrator and she's also from hot and we've been working on trying to design these kind of images and at those represent. Wuhan will be more on the PODCASTS. Were talking about this like Hand Sinu- Joe Blake like that shows like a w sign but it also shows hand in hand in solidarity and we're just like going through all of these images and themes are what we associate with John Who's not from. Mahanta had been super helpful in like brainstorming. Different ideas Do you think about how we could do. rebooting like post a coronavirus. Were also working with a WHO Bay Institute of the Arts They're they've been super gracious in supporting design aspect and just having a team does all can working with us to think about what does will represent. What are some of the things that we want to bring to the world in addition to just like John Cornyn virus like that's the only association that were currently kind of learning hunt pool because no one ever has been able to pronounce like Han so thickly yeah and um not everybody knows about

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White Nationalism in the White House: Katie McHugh Kept Receipts

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

08:28 min | 7 months ago

White Nationalism in the White House: Katie McHugh Kept Receipts

"It's no secret that members of the trump administration up to and including trump himself are parroting the views of white nationalist and white extremist groups. These organizations are tied into outright media outlets like Breitbart and others where they spread this propaganda to the masses. We're going to try something a little different today. I'll be joined by a guest. Co Host. Hossan Ahmad is an immigration attorney and anti white nationalist activist from Virginia. Hossan has been deeply involved in obtaining the archived writings of John. Panton one of the men. Behind the current white nationalist movement in America Hossan connected me to Katie McHugh. Katie is a former white nationalist. Who has renounced her views in his working. Hard to undo the damage. She did when she held them. She's a former staffer for Breitbart and other alt-right media where she was in constant correspondence with Stephen Miller at the trump white house. She's exposed those emails and the deep ties of Miller into the white nationalist movement in America voice box he's overlap between trump's message white nationalist ideology he has shown us that the majority of Americans support are sort of message. You know what yeah make. America great again fell the wall. Pick these people out. This is my country. This this all belongs to me. Trump demurred when asked whether he'd condemned supportive comments from former Ku Klux Klan. Leader David Duke. I have to look at the group I mean. I don't know what group you're talking about. You wouldn't want me to condemn a group that I know. The person is dead and nineteen injured after a speeding vehicle drove into a group of protesters. Your leader downtown Charlottesville very fine people on both sides so we just got a new batch of emails from Breitbart reporter Katya Q. The Southern Poverty Law Center has made public excerpts of emails sent by White House. Senior adviser. Stephen Miller was a key figure shaping immigration policy or president trump the email messages for fifty thousand sixteen. Show Miller support white nationalist website and ideologies. My name is Katie mccue. I've exposed eight far-right extremists in the past fifteen months by working with civil rights groups and legendary nonprofits. I'm very excited now. In the stage of my life to help the most vulnerable in society including people of Color immigrants those who practice Islamic faith and those who this car presidential administration opposes the mouse and seeks to punish through use of authoritarian policies. Sorry Not Sorry so katy you spent a bit of time in the alright. What is the difference if you can explain to US between the alright a white supremacy and white nationalism? What are some of the core beliefs that you're aware of as part of this movement? Well I can say I think we should begin with aristotle here. I don't want to sound pretentious but everything is on a trajectory this is also just basic calculus so one of the things. Aristotle spoke about was habit and one thing you witness with the outright because the media treated them as a truly humorous force that's just online and it's backing Donald Trump and it's young people. The fact is everything that they said. Ironically I'm making air quotes eventually became ironic so whenever people thought they were quote unquote trolling about saying the nineteenth amendment should be repealed and you had white supremacist media figure. Richard Spencer eventually meeting. No I don't believe women should have the right to vote all these memes and things you see on twitter and the way that these mobs were organized so much so that they became. It was almost like blunt force trauma when it came to harassment for media figures. They were not joking. And in the case too with someone like Stephen Miller who's one of the most powerful people in the US government especially when it comes to people who are not white. So who is Stephen Miller? And why is it so important that we understand his thinking? Stephen Miller is one of the closest advisers to president trump. He is the architect of trump's immigration policy and also has the president's ear on foreign policy matters. Stephen Miller for his entire career had anti immigrant. Leanings for some people philly with the alright because it's an amorphous group and doesn't have a membership roll with you. Know I mean. They viewed on white people and people who practice the Islamic faith as not only dangerous individuals but an existential threat to the country. And this does tie into eugenics which unfortunately America has a very dark history with eugenics Ray Science and a history which John drew from and help shape the anti immigrant agenda that has sought renewed energy from the emergence of the outright and renewed energy from the trump campaign and which we now see the full force turned against the most desperate vulnerable people in the world for punish purely because of their country of origin their ethnicity in the face that they practice kitty. You seem so articulate and passionate and human and when we paint these pictures are head of the other side we sort of create these villains. I think I WANNA be respectful for your privacy and safety but I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about how you got caught up in the movement so that we can have a better understanding as to how other people get caught up in the movement. Thank you for asking that because I think that everyone's path is different but buying could help explain some of the groundwork for other young people currently trapped in this. Who Don't quite know how to get out. The outright on the far-right are very much like a gang. You know there's a no snitching policy and I think that many many young people especially let's say trump does not win reelection in twenty twenty this year. A lot of young people are going to wonder. How do I get out of this? And how do I reconnect with other people again and have a healthy loving life full of good friendships? Good connections across backgrounds. So I will just say that I'm from Pennsylvania regular conservative town and I was raised like I think the joke is. You're born a lapsed Catholic. So that was my upbringing. Regular childhood must very nerdy was constantly reading and I was politically inclined. People always talk about two thousand four election. People were very excited about George W Bush. Because it's a Red County and two thousand eight of course with the banking crisis. Things got much more serious and of course the Iraq war still going on so I was chatting with one of my best friends. Her Dad and I was regular Republican fully supporting the Iraq war in in the war in Afghanistan and he said well. Why don't you read this person named Joe So brand? Joseph O'Brien was a former senior editor for national review. He was fired by William F Buckley because he could not control his anti-semitism. I ate him alive. Almost like a neurological virus and I'm eighteen. I had never met someone of poop practice. Jewish faith Jewish background nothing. I didn't understand anti-semitism and I was reading the Essay. That was recommended to me. Call the reluctant anarchists sing. How all government is evil in the constitution has already been so violated. We just need to go back to something. Like pre articles of confederation. 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California Wine Makers Examine Climate's Effect On Their Industry

Environment: NPR

04:40 min | 9 months ago

California Wine Makers Examine Climate's Effect On Their Industry

"California produces ninety percent of all the wine made in America but historic wildfires devastating droughts and other extreme weather have many in the business struggling alling with how to adapt to a changing climate as. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports a growing number of vineyard owners in the country's best known wine region. A calling for less talk and some more action on the beautiful heat lamp terraces and elegant tasting rooms of Napa Sonoma. The cabin as these days are often paired with talk of extreme weather and warming earth. It's a romantic and mealey's believes that the wine industry is something that has long term at Annapolis Lark. Mead vineyards head winemaker. Dan Petrosky shows me around the test plots lots. He's preparing three and a half acres of experimental grape varieties from the southern hemisphere and the southern Mediterranean. This research vineyard is focusing on the grape varieties. Heidi's that we believe will be important to Napa Valley or even to the future of California wine as we're thinking about how the climate is changing here. Over the course of the next couple of decades the idea is to find out which groups do better in drought conditions or in an era of colder cold snaps and warmer heatwaves Lark made was founded in eighteen eighteen. Ninety five and Petrosky is not looking to replace its famed Cabernet. But he'll test for resilience and flavor tryouts. You might call it for which grapes will become supporting according actors in the finished wines of near future warmer Napa the test plots he says or part of a broader long term strategy to try to mitigate climate change how we think about irrigation or non-irritating. How we think about keeping the temperature down not only the fruit zone but on the canopies with installing misting systems and shade cloth? So we're we're GONNA be using this as an opportunity to test not only new technologies but also the test the finished product in the absence of federal leadership on climate change a growing number wineries in Napa and Sonoma lark meter trying to reduce their carbon footprints organic farming solar panels composting instead of burning discarded vines and and most wineries in this region are now certified sustainable in the management of their energy water and soil. But I'm not sure that's enough we're dealing with which with a larger global issue of planet civility to curb carbon in neighboring? sonoma's sisters Katie and Julia Jackson Jackson aren't sure it's enough either and we need to stop talking about the problem. We need to actually start implementing and scaling the solutions. Now Julia and Katya part owners was one of the world's biggest wine producers Jackson family wines. They help run. Forty two wineries around the world from California to South Africa. Jackson recently teamed up with with another global wind giant Spain's Torres family wines to create international wineries for climate action sitting at a picnic table overlooking the vines at their La Crema. Emma winery Haiti Jackson says the new groups goal is nothing short of radically decarbonising. The world's wine industry that's an organization that's asking members to to reduce their carbon footprints fifty percent by twenty thirty and by eighty percent by twenty forty five we need concrete significant action immediately and also also for the mid- and long-term to join wineries pledged to meet those ambitious goals and show they currently get at least twenty percent of their energy from onsite. Renewables is like solar and wind and they have to agree to conduct a thorough carbon emissions inventory audited by a third party every year looking at all aspects of production. In through delivery Jackson wine has been measuring its carbon footprint for eleven years. One of several changes they made after an energy audit. They switched to lighter glass bottles cutting their emissions footprint three percent and saving on shipping and production costs are cute so far the new global wind climate group only has six six members change. Come slow in wineland tradition. Not Transformation is often the ethos. It's an industry driven by personality and passion individuals individuals who are fierce competitors sometimes averse to working together. Katie Jackson says that mindset has to evolve. We believe that our intelligence together is quainton be more powerful and more impactful than anyone. Winery trying to figure this out and go alone. There's another challenge. Many small wineries can't afford to invest in climate resilience such as an annual emissions inventory. They're struggling to get the harvest in survive. And maybe spending any extra cash on new generators to adapt to the new normal mull of rolling power blackouts due to the heightened risk of catastrophic wildfires driven in part by climate change. Eric Westervelt N._p._R.. News in California's Napa Valley.

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"katya" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

13:23 min | 10 months ago

"katya" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"I can say no credit card required faster and and more crisply than most humans. I love that Joe. Thank you so much for sharing that with us. And you guys can keep the emails coming in to Rupaul. PODCAST gmail.com we. You want to see your websites that squarespace.com offer code are you. We've got caught Tia here. Kaku are in Asia and the Queen. I what city is what stop are you guys into you know. Spur think it is. I think if it was me and jinx yeah and then. I know that Mario was there when Dario Canton. So funny and My Oh so okay I hate it in movies when you know when somebody pukes folks and this is a little bit of Mary I puked on my life and when I puke projector yeah and it comes out the nose and so there is a scene that I was. I was so happy that there was a scene in that where there is someone who projectile vomit on me and I was just so that our that works in the tube and everything it was bent on whenever that happens in movies I closed my eyes and I was washing that team. Thank you and I didn't that I couldn't look I look out there. which is the real deal? I forget the actual mixture was made out of but it was out there was definitely chunky. Yeah initially in the show you play. Ah Character Kolkata. But in the mix we actually change your name. Oh you did I went in and did a Dr and they they did some witchcraft whereas cameras not on any of that stuff and changed your name to want to guess what your name is. Now I have no idea you want to ask you got Barbara please. Another great drag news other great pet lover former. It's Magda Magda Oh great late. Yeah well no we kept it in the FAM. That's great because I actually magnet from. There's something about. Mary actually looked like her. The tanning the one who Tom. So now you're acting in this television show Have you done much acting. I you know I have done. I have done enough to you. Feel comfortable on the set but I was thinking about the other day. I was thinking about it when that trailer came out. And I was Are you in the trailer No I'm not I'm not but I was glad because I I always thought it when I heard that like real Hollywood actors couldn't didn't wash themselves. I thought I was like how pretentious just fucking movie I get it. Could I can't watch myself. I really I just it just takes me out of it. I can't I and I'm so critical but I I am blown away every single time. I try to do something on camera how hard it is yeah. I do these days when I'm home alone. Sewing or taking care of like I'll I'll act out the scenes in my head and I'll make myself cry and be like the dramatic dramatic acting at home just for fun and it just seems seems like it'll it'll be so easy acting seem so easy when you watch a bad. Actually I could do that. You get on set and you're like Jesus Christ this is hard. Well okay okay okay. Let's just unpack that permit. Because when I've seen you do characters and all that stuff you are actually doing it. You do it so well. I mean that that What's that thing that you on Youtube before you aren't drag race? The Rue regrets in Houston. Yeah Yeah Yeah and you're playing it straight. That's why so fun. Oh I love that like my dream job. Would my absolute dream job would be in the remake of naked gun two hi Priscilla Presley. Oh my God odd. One of my favorite watchos again. Recently I had pant. I mean just the for one of the funniest movies ever ever. I just watch all three of them there on Amazon the prime rate now. I just talked about a minute to. That's the thing. Is You know what I found is being able to connect that thing that you you do so effortlessly in your act and connecting that to what the words are and making sure that you are just as comfortable doing that means you are somehow work. That's the process is trying to find a way to be as comfortable here as you are there. And that's the thing because you are a natural l. actor just natural. I mean the the wet I I. I got a job a couple a year or a little while ago on. Hbo On Room One. Oh four and I got I got to work with Michael Shannon. Oh Oh we and Jami and who in Judy greer. Oh my I didn't know I didn't first of aw I didn't the name I didn't know like I didn't Before I got to say I didn't know who he was. I was just the three of us in the scene and and I go into it and I and I meet him. I was like Oh my God and it was so intimidating but I it was. I got to play a Russian transvestite. Travelling companion to Michael Shannon's character in that was in. I thought I left and I was like that's it I'm done I'm just that's it. Hbo I was. I was so proud of myself I felt so like I felt so good and I was like I just cheap acting my acting whatever it does he is a heavy weight. He is in phasing out there with Brando and he's a genius. I'm surprised he hasn't the he's been nominated. Several hasn't won an Oscar yet. Did you get to slip him. The tongue and I didn't but I gave him a a little gift And and then I heard it keeps. He's off off off camera at like. He's very broody. He's Super Nice and very funny but he would. He would you just beyond the steps of his trailer like smoking. And just very briefly I would I would I would suck. I was stuck out at at all. No he is so fine and you know he Incredible Yeah Yeah so so right. So you didn't get to kiss in handy or because I got to straighten his tie that little pre come down on it a he was such a sweetheart. Judy is like so so brilliant. Brilliant so wonderful and it was I. I had the feeling I was like. This is a gift of from Georgia. this woman lies Johnson who She wrote and directed it and it was all the the conceit of the vignette. was that a Russian. An oligarchy was using dating APP to find was like on online dating. And then there was a whole. There's a whole like surrealist like low tableau where he starts rapping with his heavy Russian accent and a to a band comes in and we all work. Yeah Yeah it was great. It was great so right so anyways so hard what is yeah. It's fun So Aj in the Queen's on Netflix. You have a show on netflixing. Alex what is it. What's it called As I like to watch where it's basically like Beavis and butthead watch TV with me and Trixie and we just we watch in an and kind of take the poseidon coming We did three. We're GONNA do three more. I think in the next week in particular. When does it come out now? It's on now. I think actually I think the third episode because today a third today. Yeah what to watch. I like to watch so I like to want. Yeah that's really cool. Yeah it's so far I mean it's that's another thing that like it's it's so is so lucky when you you might jar lake when I have to work today what am I what am I doing at work. Stay on you're just like a woman and active fool in my bio and I actually customs officers like when we come back. What do you do did you work? Was it vacation work. I said work. What do you do just like a women act a fool or like TV? I'm a top shelf transvestite. Who.

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"katya" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

15:17 min | 10 months ago

"katya" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"We are back with Caccia. Oh my God so much to talk about you or so fascinating now. I listen you know people give me. I hear that people give me a shit for not knowing what season you are on. We guess his one through twelve. Oh it's got to be one of those. Let me think okay okay. We're going to start out with all star. Sees no wait a minute. Maybe I can do this. I can do it okay. Okay I know that the first one was that weird one where they did the teams and the second one was. I don't remember it at all but I know I was there. I think you're Iran. Second One yes. The second starts now the season. You're on let's see. I guess I could count backwards because you didn't win Nope Nope and Oh oh and I did. Uh Yes catching Tita Violin Kantor. Yes yes. Charged Lasagna so that would have been Kane at what would have been season nine eight seven..

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"katya" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

08:40 min | 10 months ago

"katya" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"A rat and honestly like a really hasn't changed. I I I I went to art school in in a got into like you know like Cuckoo cuckoo performance already stuff and I loved the idea of lip thinking as a as a not like Just you know singing with the brush in front of the Mirror. I was like I love the idea of 'cause I went to these drag shows and I was like I saw this dragging. Who is I mean? The performance was so earnest insincere in every whisper every inhale. I mean it was perfect. It was like somehow you thought this better than the original recording so how I always that how how is it possible. I've seen shows like that and you're like in it's the most. Ah The most overwrought not even a great song even Charlene. I never been to me was the Charleena I know that Song I've never. Oh I bet yeah something like that it might have been like Macarthur Park or or even You know like when those torch songs like A SELENA oh it's all coming back. Yeah Yeah Yeah and I was just like I thought to myself like this is so strange. This the amount of work takes two in the amount of excuse and devotion it takes to really master that kind of performance and it doesn't pay off like it doesn't translate to any other thing like you get good at singing you get you build that not skill but lipstick goanywhere. It's kind of like a dead end thing in a way because it's like it's literally just just pretending. Yeah and I don't know it was so it was it was very it is it is an interesting art form because if you have a repertoire of songs is it you know every inflection every breath intake It speaks to your your love of the song of the artistry of the Song and of it is performance. Oh Yeah do you know you can put a spin. If you know all the breath and takes up you can spin in a way that elevates it to another level which this woman deigned totally like it and now it's interesting too because that wasn't Lisa a new car was no no no. It could have been those great and I. Yeah I was I kind of like I hadn't even even though I was like gay forever. I wasn't even aware of dragons until I got to college. Yeah and And when I saw when I saw that I was like. Wow this is crazy. Have you ever seen the movie mulholland drive. D- There's a there's a point in there where the actual singer that WHO's things. The recording is is a comes out on stage and she sings this. Cover of Roy orbison client yes and and it's a Cappella in Spanish in Spanish. Yeah Yeah and then she and then she collapses in the recording so goes on. Yeah and you. You don't even realized she was lip. synching I even though the guy who announcer was like. There's no band all a recording. This is all an illusion and she literally just sells it to you as reality reality and dies it was like I love. That is so David Lynch and so. It's so poignant because everything in this life is is an illusion everything in it and I love how he uses that as a tool to underline that that way of thinking because your brain your eyes will tell oh you so many different stories but the reality of it is up for discussion. And that's that's why you don't go to war in the seventeen hundreds and kill all these people because for some idea or concept because that concept it's just an illusion it's a construct. Just don't take it also seriously. Yeah you know Meanwhile my favorite one of my favorite drag names from back in the day in which I'm going to Atlanta nineteen eighty two was a girl called No actually her name was Britney Britney Fairchild she paid homage to both Morgan Brittany before your time time and Morgan Fairchild. So she took both those Morgan's last names and called herself Britney Fairchild know. WHO's Morgan? I mean WHO's Br Morgan Fair- Morning Moe Brittany. Morgan Britney Britney was she was one of the kind of pinup gorgeous girls. Rose from the from the late seventies she came around at the same time as Morgan Fairchild but she had dark hair. Okay and beautiful just absolutely gorgeous Morgan Brittany and then years later many years later there was a girl called. Saline Saline. Dijon say Lean Dijon. So that's the kind of it's not it's not sailing dion. It's sailing design which is pretty bill. which is the brilliance of drag? I mean that's why We love those twists of phrase. Where because because everyone's taking everything so seriously anytime you can do a Portmanteau or or or You know twist phrase or say something that everyone takes very seriously and say it out of context it becomes funny like one of my favorite things Eh. I've ever heard was answering the question. you know. How's the weather and you answering I don't see any of your business you. Because because it's it's so out of context and it underlines the absurdity of language in general. It's ridiculous I another and Norton. Yeah I don't know why it's so funny though because whoever we say that is taking themselves very seriously what is the scene of your. Yeah you know I it took me it. Embarrassingly long amount of time having what watching seasons of drag race before I actually realized that charisma uniqueness uniqueness Durban talent was an acronym that I I never knew that now. We got to go to break but I wanNA S. you work with one more time. When was the when was the first time you got paid to get up onstage in drag probably two thousand and six two hundred six thousand six? That's yeah nine I don't care it doesn't matter but to such a long time ago. Yeah fifteen years and you and how long after that were you able to pay your rent with draft. Why stole it? So you're still my rent for a little while and then I really wasn't able to pay pay every like us drag as a full-time gig until like garden drag race Yeah and so thanks but no you deserve it on I read an article in the Hollywood reporter. said that I'm not I'm not GONNA ask you. How much money you make But this thing in the Hollywood reporter said that the girls who are on the road On did you read that now but the girls were on the road. are making looking at least five hundred thousand dollars a year. Is that true. Yeah and well no it depends it depends like it you know. I think I think I think that there is them. Of course. Of course there's a hierarchy in terms of what people are able to take him financially but if you have a solo act and your you know like for example me Trixie Bianca. LASCA bought a lot of us have a solo act that we just did a whole world tour last year This this year From March to September. And you know it yeah yeah is profitable yes. Are you paying your taxes absolute. I pay my taxes every quarter. who had did quarteur good for those year Sam that he don't fuck around I'd listen? I want paved roads and healthcare. Well you're not going to get the that. Says he will come after your. I know he will listen. I've been poor since I was thirty. Two never had any money never had any savings savings on. I'm happy to have as my inhabited. Are you saving it. Are you doing probably. I'm looking to buy a house now but for now I'm saving. 401K investments assignments and being very good. We've got caught to here. We're going to go to a break real quick but we'll be right back after this everybody loves. It's.

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"katya" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

08:34 min | 10 months ago

"katya" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"The wall every time and it was incredible. Jank it right out well. No I'm very macgyver. In that way if I can I can figure shit out certain. Are you that way. No no no well if I really really want to if I can get but most of the time I just like uh-huh fucking care. I moved on. But if it's something then you'll see me three weeks later Tinker Donald Yeah But most of the time it's like oh I couldn't be bothered. Yeah so lang. We're GONNA go to break in a minute but we got languages not good with the macgyver Islam and but and then the acrobatics. I'm going to ask you when we come back. I'M GONNA ask about the acrobatics because what would possess a kid to want to become an acrobat did you did you. Did they take you to the circus a lot. I went when I was eleven for the first first time Cirque du Soleil searches salaciously. Eleven and I was like this is it. Yeah I it was honestly. It was like not to sound cheesy but it really felt like I was living in black and white like in Pleasantville and all of a sudden technicolor. Shit myself myself the whole time. Well always love. Yeah I love. I love that you know you know. That's if that's what your engine you know. Hey we've got caught here. Whose actual birth earth name is Brian? But we're not going to tell you her lasting is we don't play that we're going to take a break. We'll be right back with more CACCIA. We love our squarespace here on. What's the not and making a website has never been easier? You've heard the emails you know we are not lying. You can make a gorgeous website in minutes using their beautiful templates and simplistic drag agan drop platform when you're ready to purchase plan. Get ten percent off with the offer code ru that squarespace.com offer code are you. Oh my goodness you know. Our producers lost lost so much weight. He's actually very sexy looking now. Do you know Alex. I'm wearing a room now where you can't see him but okay okay. If you could see him I don't know if finally contain your S- I actually the first the first couple of times I met him. I thought I had the very distinct thought I would like to do. Sex next to that man really. Yeah really like to do it too. Yeah I'd like to put him down on the floor face down face to face face and then I would like to take off both of our close. I'd I'd like to lay on him face down just a plank. Yes see what happens. Just see what happens you know. That's how magic now. Now we were to before the break we were talking about you. Having explosive diarrhea once went to the Cirque du Soleil. Do you remember what show it. Why should do is often bronco in in Boston? One thousand nine hundred. What's it called? Salt Him Bunko. I remember that so it was. Yeah I think it toward the US ninety two ninety three Salton boxall. Tim Mm Banco like like a salt and bake is thought you bank. Yeah it's all begging Italy. Yeah yeah it was so great and I I So and then I immediately. My Dad owned a karate studio his martial arts London artist. Yeah and so. I switched from karate gymnastics right after that because I was like. Okay okay this is amazing and I I would stretch out right in the corner of the studio. While all the classes went on and I taught myself how to be a contortionist to the the point where I think he was before I hit the the height of puberty. Yeah so the bones are still you know and I could. So I'M GONNA try to try to describe this so I was lying down on might like lying don flat on the floor and then I would flip my legs over my head in straighten them out in front of me so that my buddy was touching my hand. My kindness and I just taught myself how to do that. A little bit over and over every day is a miracle that I didn't hear myself too because I didn't know what I was doing right right and it was. I wasn't strong but I was just cranking my legs back and yeah I wanted to be like an acrobat contortionist and so that went on for how long a looking for four years. Maybe four years doing that now so your father ran a karate tae does that mean then you know how to kick ass absolutely I do you do yes. So we're talking about a real fight so this is always interesting to see like. Have you ever seen a fight in real life. Yes they are like a real. Oh yeah yeah they are they are messy. They are stupid stupid slow their slow lot of hair pulling a lot of airplay and especially. If it's guys there is I mean the moments where you can actually see somebody throw in land now. It's never it's never they all this moving around and then holding holding yeah holy and then it's like a cliche gets homoerotic like real quick. Yeah Yup but like so I actually know how to throw a punch and throw a kicking Linda in the sort of the the the style of crazy that my dad taught was was The thesis of it was one punch one kill okay so basically with all the techniques We didn't didn't do any like Weapons bins or anything like that. No fancy stuff it was just punching and kicking with the goal of if I need to kill someone with one hand. Yeah to do that right. No filler just hiller fix sixth like I I understand that I don't know karate tae but I do know crazy you know and then in a fight I was in a fight once I was in a fight once in ninth grade and I knew it was coming Because these two boys at a school ninth grade I think They said they wanted to fight me so I avoid I avoid it and then one day I thought I can't run forever so I knew what where their class was so I went to their classes. Last through the first punch and there was only one They one guy. One of the guys landed a punch on me and ring on it. Oh it sliced my my brow bone open just a little bit. I still have a scar there but that was the end of it that was and I needed to face the situation because I thought I can't run from these two guys and that's what it was but you know I'm a lover not a fighter and I've been talking about bullying in school and I have such compassion for kids who are who are victims of bullying. But you know when I was in school. I never got bullied. Got Bullied at all I would figure a way to charm people people or if it came to just run because I knew that I knew that my destiny wasn't going to be in this neighborhood in this town in the school. All I had Redo was bide my time until I get the same fuck out of dodge because I needed to get to wherever Andy Warhol was. Yeah and that was that you know what I mean totally. Yeah have you been in fights never never I just I can't. I was watching a movie. A movie with Lewisham old movie with You know the Seventeenth Seventeenth Century Award. And it was. I'm like freely all this fighting. The horse is an all source as like. What for what are you doing? Hundreds of people getting killed like what is wrong with you people. Will you grip get a grip because you know it all it all. Zeros back to the EGO. That's that's why people fight they form an identity and they want to keep that a density because the ego needs at a density and they will fight right and kill for that idendity. 'cause you know if someone called me a green Martian I'd be like Oh great thanks. I know to stay away from that person because yeah ridiculous Martian but even if I was like whatever you know I ain't got nothing to do with you you know so but I'm not going to fight them or or force them to say you know I'm this. I'm not that I bet. Yeah like fuck you vile yeah. It's I I guess a lot of. Ah I feel like maybe a lot of times. The people just don't have a after school. Maybe they need to go play a sport. The third energy out fucking hobby. uh-huh how did you land on drag three years old Mama. Three years old you were doing track. I put a t shirt on my head as a wig and it was. That's.

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"katya" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"katya" Discussed on Bookworm

"Is to god novel this something akin to cannibalism that goes on the characters each other alive. You've they do yeah they do. Let's hear what marianne has to say. This is from her journal and this is from one thousand nine hundred five fifteen years later. They make me fill out idiotic worksheets here. I wonder about my head. The the feeling of cotton in my head i think of daddy a cotton ball sticking out of his nose out of his ear. Oh how he was prone to infections. They say not to worry. The cotton feeling is because of the coma to give it a few days and it will dissipate. I think no as usual. I have not made myself clear. I want more cotton. I want to be taxidermied but they do not do that at this hospital. The therapist is an idiot. I told hold them about the tree stump about how i took the girls to the woods near where my house used to be. Daddy's art studio flattened under a parking lot for piggly-wiggly really wigley. There is no dignity. There is no justice we were walking. Even though i had not meant to get out of the car we were walking and then i was hitting a rotten tree stump with a stick. It would make this thump when i hit it a dull sound. I don't know why but the sound excited me very much. I could feel it in my heart. The girls were like little monkeys. They found their own sticks and they were digging in the ground with them. May have a wet cough. It gave me the feeling that her insides were the rotten stump and it was her. I had been hitting it's terrible. It's terrible to always have to keep track the edges of things as they slide away from you. Of course the therapist didn't know what to make of the story. It's okay to express anger. He said hit something something. That's an idea holding out his palms for me to punch. The worst part is that dennis is the only one left who has any idea what i'm talking about about how infuriating to have him as a screen oas between me and the world my translator my apollo. What's it like like to be married to a man who understands women so keenly people have asked me. It's unbearable. It's unbearable. He is a thief. He steals those from me. Constantly the what exactly i can't say and he's a liar and what it is exactly he lies about. I can't say either but you see. This doesn't make get any less true. I'm michael silver blah and you're listening to bookworm from the studios of k._c._r._w. I'm talking with contra up akina about her book. The deeper the water the uglier the fish. It's published by a press that i like very much. It's called radium will continue after this short break. Hey there again glad you're enjoying the show..

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Andrew Wiles and Fermat's last theorem

Curiosity Daily

03:00 min | 1 year ago

Andrew Wiles and Fermat's last theorem

"Appreciate the play a lot more. Arcadia is the name Tom Stoppard's, Katya. Classic.

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News in Brief 14 June 2019

UN News

04:09 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 14 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations record numbers in south Sudan, some seven million people face acute food shortages, while more than twenty thousand close to famine the World Food Program or WF, pay said, on Friday, the warning follows years of violent unrest and vicious rights abuses, linked to mass displacement and disease. Outbreaks, here's A WFP spokesperson, Irv Eva, who saw it is. I mean like if you want me, you cannot go it because you can only call that. I mean, if you have a certain number of Katya included, a number of people, and we are not at that number at that level of people to use the word from, we cannot use the word, but the living conditions who are equivalent to a familiar if there was many more of them, according to WF, pay Jonglei, lakes and unity states are particularly at risk. It plans to scale up to five point one million people by December and for the first time in many years, it has delivered. One hundred seventy three thousand tons of food in some sixty areas ahead of the rainy season. That's sixty six thousand tons more than at the same point in two thousand eighteen to Sudan now where amid ongoing uncertainty about events in Khartoum linked to reported attacks on protesters UN humanitarian warned that people in the troubled Darfur region remaining crisis in two thousand and three a civil war led to the deaths of tens if not hundreds of thousands of duffers, and the displacement of nearly two million people. Speaking in Geneva Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or officer said, the deadly violence in central dot four and flooding in the north have hampered operations in the vast western region as had the disruption of internet services and phone networks. He confirmed that a team from the United Nations African Union hybrid operation in four known as you name, it had visited allege in central Darfur following ports of clashes while on in, in. Capital cartoon there's of course, still a humanitarian crisis in the four region, which is impacted by what is happening. There was tribal fighting going on unit went there to investigate what has happened and they said yesterday that United verify that seventeen people had been killed fifteen others injured and more than one hundred houses burned as you and agencies respond to ongoing needs. And for Mr. locker said that the organizations at one point two billion dollar pale for Sudan was only twenty two percent funded his comments came as the World Health Organization reported that the officials Sudanese announcement that sixty one people had died in protests in Khartoum from the third, the eleventh of June is likely to be an underestimation, and finally to the UN, weather, and climate agency, WMO which has warned that the latest five g mobile, thank technology, jeopardizes, early warning service. Which protect people from natural disasters such as tropical cyclones in a resolution expressing serious concern at the continuing threat to several radio frequency bands of five G the World Meteorological, organization's executive congress insisted that forecasting and alert services operated by countries had led to a big reduction in loss of life in recent decades has WMO's spokesperson Clare nonetheless, we use these radio frequencies in the metrological community to basically, for weather forecasts, and warnings services this concern that because of growing competition from new technology that these are going to be squeezed out of these frequences. Whether alerts are linked to radio sensors that feed information into forecasting systems to provide more accurate predictions with longer warning times. Experts are concerned that failing to manage unwanted emissions from new, telecommunication technologies would have a significant impact on current weather forecasting practice. Consequently, they say it might reverse many of the gains in our warning services for natural hazards. Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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"katya" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"katya" Discussed on KTOK

"As high around you yard, Andre Roberson but out almost a year and a half with that knee injury of his among the first Kevin Durant, former okay? See teammates to reach out with tax and tweets. Wishing Katya speedy recovery from what appeared to be an achilles injury last night draft was playing in his first game back since straining his right calf about a month ago. He hit three threes in scored eleven points when he went down on the second quarter of the warriors eventual come from behind six one five win in Toronto, while Durant was down the raptors crowd cheered until they were urged to quiet down by raptors players after the game warriors GM. Bob Myers said the decision to play Durant came after lengthy discussions about his health who's thorough news experts and multiple is and multiple doctors and we felt good about the process. He was cleared to play tonight. That was a collaborative decision. I don't believe there's anybody to blame. But I understand this world. And if you have to complain me, I run our best operations department wires is very emotional during his news conference. Also questioned why anyone would think Durant was slow playing his recovery, and did not want to play for the warriors tell you something about Kevin Durant? Kevin Durant loves to play basketball, and the people that questioned whether he wanted to get back to this team we're wrong. He's one of the most miss understood people he's a good teammate good person. It's not fair. I'm lucky to know Durant will have another MRI today, but it's expected. He tore his right. Achilles tendon could be out for a year. They always you boys baseball team lost their super super-regional, Texas Tech. But Josh holiday says this team will long be remembered by cowboy fans and alumni for United.

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"katya" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"katya" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"I got those knotsberry farm tickets, but in Arcadia, Dave and Buster's this Sunday. I got four pack of tickets to the big game watch party at David busters dinner. Katya come on L city where Katya foothill boulevard and second avenue. We happened to be out there on the corner comes. It was up here. Now, he's going to be on the boulevards. Speaking of the big game. And of course, Super Bowl Sunday is going down this Sunday at the medicine. Simulation has come out came out already. And it has the Rams a winning. I'll take that man. That man why? Because in the game in the simulation. The refs are on points shit show and. Wow. Called the PI in the last game. Like, they're really on point, bro. What we did yesterday. Get over. The Rams are in the Super Bowl get over it over. All righty now. Why don't we trust is a simulation because they've been right ten out of fifteen times. This is was you know, what's going to happen at this year Super Bowl who's going to win. Whatever may be. You know what I'm saying? You guys are kind of medicine. Guessing relations as well. Eight sixty address you more than. Eight six six two four six eight nine three what's going on down at this year's Super Bowl. Who's gonna win whatever it may be. Only. In grand? Give back like a recliner. The next guy. Headed by my left eye..

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Netflix is ending Trollhunters after season 3

GSMC SciFi Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Netflix is ending Trollhunters after season 3

"Third season called troll hunters. I would've his troll hunters. Tales are Katya gamma toros behind it. Anton yell can while he was alive was in season one into an actually finish most of his audio for season three Antonio can you will be missed and it was a show that I took awhile to get into, you know, I was able to watch season two and season three. I still haven't watched season one, so I'm kind of little in the dark about that one. I'm the first season was twenty six episode season two and three were thirteen about twenty minutes absurd. Each really amazing show by the way computer animation had like Mark Hamlin. It Anton yell and it had. Kelsey grammar is in it has an amazing cast of people doing all these different characters, different voices. And I need to watch these one a show. I really, really enjoyed it was a show that was really surprised by it was a really cool story. Gamma tour. I think mazing job with this show. I've watched some of his films again. I like some of them like help it went into thought was great. I'm one of those people were shape a water. It didn't blow me away. Sorry. I mean I that it was all right. It was a good film, but it was not like you know Oscar worthy film. This is my opinion, but. Yeah, but I got a chance to watch this show. I really, really liked this show. I personally kind of wish this show had gone on longer. It seemed like it kinda, you know ended too soon. It's just kind of the way it went. Right. So much happened is basically usually in the past, it was always a troll troll village underground. There's troll village and you know, human world and human worlds troll world. That's usually what happens. Right. And there was, you know, in season one, there was a character voiced by Clancy Brown. I believe who actually his son might have been voice for someone else in the first season, and I think he might come back and voice the bad guys season two and three. So anyways.

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"katya" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"katya" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Is clue number five. Yeah. Schedule. Busy my head in. Thirty. My cousin surprising. My cousins like books is amazing. It is what it should be. But I feel like a rookie focuses it. So well. Well, for three years now, you can't even put me as me a little baby going crazy, we produce it. And we made me she headed Johnson. She got him. The army the navy. Branding. Katya? They never met. They Swedish SAD when I started out. I just took what they gave me did out of favors. They never repay me worked in my favorite because nobody. Stashed three. Colt. Got. Yellow ferrari. Trying to steal my moves. Young. Reasons. Whereabouts. Cleveland? Lance brand new work. Stashed. The Hanes brand new. Yes. Indeed. Aw. Yup. Here. We can the breakfast club the number five song. Yes, indeed from little baby and Drake look into the second part of my interview with MS fat radio, we.

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Trump links yanking John Brennan's security clearance to Russia probe

Jason and Alexis

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Trump links yanking John Brennan's security clearance to Russia probe

"President Trump is linking. His decision to revoke the security clearance former CIA director John. Brennan to the Russia investigation he. Tells the, Wall Street Journal that Brennan was among. Those he held responsible, for the probe Brennan says Trump is trying to punish his critics so says Mark Warner the top democrat on the Senate intelligence committee is going to be talking Democrats and Republicans alike how we make sure this doesn't become a normal practice. Out, of this very unusual White House that they simply try to intimidate, and scare

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2 years on, Brexit vote has taken a toll on UK economy

WDRC

01:45 min | 2 years ago

2 years on, Brexit vote has taken a toll on UK economy

"Brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council democrats across texas have converged on fort worth mold the future of their party any political convention it's about platforms and issues and candidates but this year the texas democratic convention is unlike any other this is not a republican state it's a nonvoting say we need people to come to the puck come out of the polls and vote dallas county judge clay jenkins knows the challenge democrats see bitter aurora as a new hope but even he got half the bill the ted cruz got in the primaries the democratic primary you have the people that are the most progressive and in the republican primary the most conservative the most people in vote in the general election didn't even vote in the primary democrats feel energized it's a year they are confident they can win phil alvarado at fox tv affiliates katya fw thousands protesting in london questioning the outcome of breakfast and they wanna say in it organizers say they want the government to offer a public vote on any final brexit deal the details of that deal is still being hammered out with the eu and it will be subject to a parliamentary vote but many demonstrators today say they fear the deal might not be the best outcome for the country and they want to be able to have this about it others don't clump breaks it took a toll britain's departure from the eu continues to be a divisive today as it was two years ago there was also appropriate counter protests in london today some breaks it supporters are also not happy about the progress of negotiations with the eu and appreciating the government not to compromise in london katie logan fox news.

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Netflix, Prince William and Chris Pratt discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Netflix, Prince William and Chris Pratt discussed on The Breakfast Club

"I think network tv has more a chance i do the net flicks i mean there's been big shows on netflix like shane stranger things like that and those are huge for net flicks i don't know what the standards are against a major tv show on network television because not everybody pays for netflix that's true all those a lot more risk on network tv because if you say you get five million people weakness not enough me ten plus million whereas around eighteen to twenty million so all right so that's question number one recapping a pop quiz questions prince william chris pratt are celebrating their birthday today who is older chris pratt although he looks a lot young thirty nine nine in prince william is thirty six gosh chris pratt is hot really is he's one of my man crushes yeah true or false when talking about the future of dnc joe jonas said the pressure is on for us to be around for years and years katya was right that is false actually said we don't put pressure on our ban if we lasts for another week or years we'll just have fun with it like that approach because joe jonas already has millions of dollars this actor just created his his own line of headphones that is dwayne the rock johnson jared might be getting some in this video are they expensive or now they're more than my headphones twenty bucks beets are they not that expensive i don't know yet beats can be up to like three hundred fifty bucks very expensive who has some beats intern he's spending his money wisely i think his wife got them from china you don't need a baby crib they got the beats headphones sleep enough i'll be ordering those all of that dude and then who sings this week love love love dwayne the rock johnson this is a quote made a pair of headphones to wear during tough workouts we will be wearing them for other reasons yes shows that we sit down we need them for training for tough workout we need them to eat doubt well good is there are sweat resistant because i'm sweating.

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