17 Burst results for "Kelly Carlin"

"kelly carlin" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

04:05 min | 3 weeks ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"I was supposed to deliver at the president's position I went there a person who outranked me delivered the opposite talking points with the vice president directly told me to deliver during that meeting and Can't tell you how angering that was. When i walked out of that room. Yeah louis. Were you raised republican. I was. I talked to you in the shadow of the goldwater miller from cancer conservative family. I'm mexican american. My mom is very very catholic I'm actually part jewish as well. So i hard time representative catholic school. I gotcha well just you know. It's interesting because i i sort of i look at the the sort of what's become of i guess your party or the you know my dad's party. Whoever i even. George bush who i think is war criminal. We'll talk about that later. But we got us into afghanistan. Let's not talk about it but my point is like you know when he talked about compassionate conservative was for immigration reform. I mean even then it was not this level of crazy worrying where you you've seen right wingers literally cheering for the taliban like some of these right wing republic anything to try to bash. Joe biden there rooting for the enemy. I mean this fight against colvin. Were fighting them the the enemies within i mean it's it's isn't that sort of a sad state of the republican party. The the you know. We're yeah we're fighting cove and them on the home front and they're rooting for the taliban. It appears over since it's insanity it's and i just don't know you know. Gop that i that i knew back in the day is dead right now. I don't see any relates. i mean there's few and far between people still stand for it. And i i think it's so fascinating to watch the divide surfacing within the republican party especially on the afghan refugees and the issue. Right you have some people we've got their. Us allies get him over here. And then you have split and it's very fascinating to watch where this narrative is going to go now. But i certainly. I don't identify with any of what is happening in the party. And i you know i'm i'm a moderate conservative but i don't really i can't. I can't call myself a republican anymore. When i am sick to my stomach. What who these people are what they've become or the past. Few years ain't got such good news for friendship. Okay but you should address. Greg abbott on twitter. You said you've continuously challenged leaders across texas making it harder for communities to fight this cova pandemic cave to trump pander to his base today a wishes speedy recovery from covet. But even more so. I wish you would change of moral compass conscience and i just i hear it in your voice. I don't i don't feel hope for this person. That's the republican party. Do you know. And i am extremely angry with abbott. And you. I grew up in texas. I have seen firsthand hand. What he's done to state and local leaders That are trying to manage on how to protect their local populations in school children. I mean i. I cannot wrap my head around the fact that you are purchasing going out of your way to make it incredibly challenging for people to fight this pandemic just because it's you know platform and you're doubling down on something that you started doing under trumpet your so scared of this base that you will go along with the narrative that puts people at risk that kills people. Yeah i. it's recalling shameless. And it's irresponsible as well..

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

03:06 min | 3 weeks ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"Oh so timely. As this piece in the new york times a homeland security adviser to former president. Mike pence accused the trump administration of distorting the truth about afghan refugees writing on twitter. That the former president and stephen miller his top immigration adviser sought to prevent the refugees from entering the united states. Eliteautori recalled sitting in meetings where mr miller demand restrictions on refugees including those from afghanistan and iraq. She said the reductions in the refugee program during the trump. Here's a hollowed out. The government's ability to bring the interpreters and others to the united states. Now we are in this crisis and they're saying trump would have evacuated them as tory said but he didn't do it in four years. You don't get to play revisionist history here. There are people who know what the situation is including by berry best friend from the bush. Administration.

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

05:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"I don't know it's not that crazy. We had donald. Trump is president for years. We had already schwarznegger. I know an arnold actually ended up being a decent governor. I mean you know. He's like kind of a heat basically. He's a decent human to start with so that helps but Yeah no it's it's kind of like a part of the script right now. I guess it's like any any buddy with who can say the word liberty out loud a bunch of times gets people excited on the other side. I may part company with you on schwarzenegger being greg governor. However he is saying he's been you know about getting vaccinated a lot. I mean he's the sand person at least and he's not really. You're right like a traditional right wing. Wack republican larry elder is brightest wing whack. You can get yeah. He's he's he's totally In his own little world. And that's what seems to feed people. These days is being your own little bubble and give people in. Let's say what people wanna hear. And and then you get to be president or governor. Who knows i mean. It's it's terrifying. It's like i feel like we do live in some sort of autocratic east european strange country right now. I feel like for all the people that go. What would your dad. Your dad might be like going on. Jesus glad i'm out of this. I can't even write this anymore. It's like so beyond idiosyncrasy. I mean i don't even know what he would say about. People eating horse paste cure cove. It i mean it's the fda had to tweet people you're not a horse or a cow. Stop it seriously. I mean yeah. Yeah he did talk about how Think how stupid. The average person is and then realize that half the population is stupider the more stupid than that. So you know i mean it. It really is. I mean. He always saw the majority of people as non thinkers and just followers. And and of course you know what's funny about. It is people who were in this kind of liberty First amendment you know no speech kind of place Think that just because he spoke out against the system that he would be in a line with them but they don't understand that he was speaking out against the very people who are luring them by the nose like donald trump. I mean my dad hated hated. Donald trump best common on twitter is. They're calling people that are vaccinated sheep and they're literally taking medicine that's meant for sheep. I mean it's it's i saw. The rally trump said to get vaccinated and he. He was booed so now. He's lost control of his own monsters. Monsters laws lost control of the other monsters that he created brainwashed cult and social media has done it for us and i really would love to see the internet just burned down. I think it'd be the best thing the planet we could all go back to just actually calling people on the phone writing them a nice note or or running into them at the supermarket. I'm i'm done. I'm done with social media. It's i'm on twitter. But it's like i just don't see the promise of it anymore. I just see it as a tool for really stupid people to get even stupider. Yeah yeah. I mean it's i now i can see why you're mostly distracted by. Steve is lonzo. Ball's on the white lotus. Because that's what i need. I need to turn off the tv watcher. Rom com watched something else and yes. I was also impressed by. Its very i guessing there..

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

One Giant Leap For Geeks

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

"That's bull now having a brown recluse stuck in your ear that did happen to one woman in kansas city. Missouri suzie torres was plagued legged with a swishing noise that just when it go away assuming it was water. She'd eventually had enough and decided to see it actor. Luckily for her. The spider was pulled out without biting fighting as the brown reclusives venomous kid destroy skin tissue or cost problems even worse if untreated while george carlin may have passed away over a decade ago his legacy legacy as rufus male yvonne in his daughter kelly carlin who will weaken a half ago made the announcement on social media that she had been cast in bill and ted's face the music speculation relations rapid that she will be cast in film as rufus daughter not just giving the actors real life relation but the fact that bridget lundy pain and samara weaving have i've been cast as a villain ted's respectively according to at salomon and original creator. There's also been a character in the movie named kelly which inches georgia's daughter's name who has a very significant role in the journey so george is a deep deep part of it and quote alex winter recently tweeted that the movie they had finished filming and hoped we dig it scheduled for release on august twenty first next year is currently in post production in that is most excellent three weeks ago. I went to see your point. If things scores planned i'll be going to cedar point again next year. That was just so happened to coincide with their one hundred fiftieth anniversary tori opened in eighteen seventy cedar point plans to celebrate one hundred.

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"He was very proud of it. You know that really just just the academic achievement part of it. You know, it was really exciting. I was the first Carlin to get any kind of a degree. And then. Yeah, he you know, he had had a conversation. And it's something I had shared in the book and the solo show where we we'd had a conversation around higher power in a and it was when he was working on some stuff around that in his own life. And he had said to me. When I came up to talk to him about my perspective about what a higher power is. He said to me, you know, I've always seen you as the shaman in this family, and it was such a beautiful moment for me because he really did see me in that moment. He really thought my power to have a abroad and wide and deep spiritual perspective and to be able to see life through that lens and to bring a healing space to people to figure out their, you know, their their own stuff. And so when I got my degree in in my master's in in union psychology. He was he was thrilled by it all really really thrilled and also thrilled because he knows how brutal the entertainment the commercial entertainment industry is. And I think he always wanted to protect me from that. And I, you know, being a daughter, we we take these signals from our parents and do what with them, and I always thought that resistance to the entertainment industry in him. About me about the fact that I wasn't quote, unquote, talented enough. But it wasn't that. It was the protection of the brutality of what this business will do to you. And so he, you know, the fact that I had a path that was outside and away from the entertainment industry. I think gave him some real peace of mind. Well, it's a tough business. I mean my God everybody everybody. No. And they come as your soul. And that's what they do. They take art. And they you know, they make it about making money. And you know, there's nothing worse. We I think all of us in our life on some level know, what it feels like when we're compromising or sacrificing our soul for something else. And I think we all walk that line between how do we create security and safety and financial stability and not sell our soul. Yeah. Don't let me know when you find out. I could use that. So Kelly Carlin you've done a number of you do these. They're not seminars workshops would might be a way to put it. Yeah. I do. I do webinars step, but they've been the Lau two years or so I started in the summer of twenty sixteen. I started teaching meditation online on Sundays, and I still do that. It's called Sunday, unplug. People can find that to my patriot page I've been doing that consistently. And I do a couple of other things like that. And that that got me like really seeing like, oh, I could do this, and I can be I can be Kelly. I could be a Reverend I can say the word stock and teach meditation, and I bring humor to it and a really safe big space, and that was fun. And then last year I started really wanting to I've been wanting to do something for women's since. I graduated grad school in two thousand and four and a lot of the reasons I wrote my book and did my solo show was too. Show the world and show women and everyone in particular, but I am a woman making my way through the world. And I've always felt like a woman on the verge. And so I really wanted to bring all of my academic studies, my personal experiences all the things I've learned from all the teachers the last twenty years around what it takes to be woman and to find ourselves to really connect to our power, invoice and thority and to come from that place, and then go out into the world from there. And so I wanted to create a safe place for women to do that one of the things clearly in my book, and my solo show is about is that our family of origins..

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on Modern Day Philosophers with Daniel Lobell

Modern Day Philosophers with Daniel Lobell

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on Modern Day Philosophers with Daniel Lobell

"The whatever it is that got you to be able to stay still can you apply that the opposite way. I think so I think it just takes practice, and I think it takes discipline. And that that is that's that's the key to any of this stuff is just were and and it gets easier. I mean, that's really that's the key. You know? That's that's the thing. I tell people that wanna do anything just like if you start doing it you make it more routine gets easier. But it seems impossibly hard at the beginning. Whatever it is getting up getting moving, you know, be an idol and being comfortable like that was not something I wanted to deal with. But once I got. Into it once I once I did it and was disciplined about getting there. It was it was easier to deal with for sure. It's now I value my downtime. Yeah. And I never did before. Really? Yeah. So it's just about creating new like pathways in the brain. That's it. Yeah. For sure you do you create them and new habits? Yeah. Man. It's it's been really fun chatting with you here. And then he's firing. You know, I I I I think I got a lot out of this conversation. I don't know yet on knowing Lincoln our when it it's with. We'll hear back and then maybe maybe simple bring out some good ones. But my Infos is that I got a lot out of this comers. Right. Cool. I hope to know. I appreciate it. I appreciate you digging deep, and and expose me to new philosophies. Yeah, we'll thanks so much and thanks for thanks for inspiring me throughout the years as well. I don't my pleasure. And I enjoyed I enjoyed getting to be you for a little bit. Why enjoyed being on your show? So thank you. Thanks so much. Well, that's our episode. Thank you everybody for tuning in. Thanks again to Alex facility for putting together, those notes and to Logan tell for mastering the audio. And by the way, Logan has a new podcast available at apple podcasts called. I know. What I know which believe me he knows and you can check that out. Like, I said go to apple podcasts or you get check out his website, which is I know dot LL. His first guest is Kelly Carlin who's been a guest on our show, and she's wonderful. I highly recommend it. And of course, thank you again to Tony hawk please go and leave five stars in a nice comment on itunes. It really helps our visibility on the charts. And I would very much appreciate it..

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"As soon as the finish happens, they cut off the feet so you can't hear the crowd booing them out of the Bill out of the town was the crowd booing. Oh, they were. The crowd was not stop because it's like it's, it's it's the most toned, fuck and bullshit of all time potentially. You know, it just seems like they're the whatever point in wrestling. The idea was to try to like a. He's the fan base and sort of make them wanna come back for more and shit. It's just, no, here's what we're doing and we don't fucking care. No matter how many times the crowd, you know, little the fucking piss out of a beach ball, Vincent McMahon that though because it's it's that is having it be, you know, Brock and Roman again, again, again is is definitely speaks to that. But I mean, it's also I feel like on Sunday. It was this thing of, we know what the parameters we've set are. We know what the rules are. We've been telling you the whole night referees, only there to count a pin full or submission. There's no way out. There's no way in it's, it's it's, this is the hell in a cell. The previous Helena sells for decades. Have been hellacious. Men have been thrown to their deaths. They've been carted away. They've gotten back up Shawn Michaels bled like a stuffed pig. None of, but even even the same pay per view. Earlier that night, the referee was going to lately the play by play guys were like the referee's got to stop this and they're like, he can't stop it. Yeah, Jeff hardy has a fucking screwdriver in his ear. Leave, they open the show with that match. I mean, talk about hot opens a hot hot open, but that could you even tell me the the, the, the exactly the and drop the mic and through through. The I mean, the show is still long, but there was really only like eight or nine matches. Interesting. But at any rate, but to just end the Helena cell of like, oh, it's over now is Balkars. I thought Becky Lynch and Charlotte had a very good, Matt. Yeah, you know some. Oh, Joan. AJ. That's given. That's always fun. Yeah, it was. It was a good show. Oh, I did try to try to watch the Mick Foley one man. Did you watch it now? But let me you don't have to make that fake. I was trying to make a face. I didn't get through it, but to notes one, having that guitar player from Alice Cooper's band open like where Jeremy Boorda out, like all right guys, like Mick Foley, and but I, you know her from Shinsegei nakimora resume entrance would've she just comes out and just fucking just start shredding. Yeah. And I was sitting here going, I know what the fuck. I was laughing. I can't believe this is like, this is the best. Everyone should bring guitar player as their opener on the road, but but then with MC, I wanted the stories, but him him like doing the the bits stand up. It's I, it was just hard for me, believe me and then, oh my God, look, how big that spiderweb is. Can you see that can, yes. Wow. This is where you're having us record. Bencze the. Argue about mildew began my cups, the my ever murder spooky MRs overtaking what she zoo. Just let me know the first time you see or have a spider anywhere new year and then we'll discuss. Okay. Trying to kill me, I know spider webs. You know what made that spider web spider a Brown recluse. This dude sees arachnophobia once. All right, go ahead. May was such scary. You're so right. You're so right. It started off rough because I'm like, please don't it is that thing of like. I've been listening to Kelly Carlin in the in what I've drive around some time reading Carlin home companion, and and I love Kelly Carlin and the book is tremendous, but it is what is that book?.

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on Here & Now

"The phone, your dream in the who. And. Or they can have coffee, like Seinfeld doesn't have to. I mean, they will probably eventually have a, you know, at some point somewhere outside, they'll be Jerry Seinfeld exhibit with that car. I mean, they, I mean they've got there's George Carlin room, which is you get a good sense of how George constructed his actor constructed joke. There are a billion note cards that they got from Kelly Carlin who really got me involved in the project. Kelly gave her her father's stuff as we like to say to them and get sort of like the Smithsonian of comedy when you have his things. Yeah, it is an, it's an she put it. You could take your stuff to this Massoni in where it might end up, you know, coming out as an exhibit once in a while and being a back room, or you could take it to the communism where it would be an integral part of that collection. And it's really remarkable you his note cards with the little one liners. He would write her. For the thoughts that he would have. He literally stand in front of a screen and push your button in one thought will come up and then another thought will come up in a punchline will come up. It's it's, it's a stonning when we have a little bit of George Carlin listen to a little bit of him. Now for ball is played in any kind of weather, rain sleet, snow, hail, mud can't read the numbers on the field. Can't read the yard. Margaret's can't read the players. Numbers. The struggle will continue in baseball. If it rains. We don't come out to play..

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Yeah we're kind of like shortcuts inside of us in some ways and then young and joseph cambell studied some young and under and learned that about the collective unconscious and the personal unconscious and all of that which freud talked about but young was the collective unconscious and so i was fascinated with the storytelling aspect of young so young as a man who you know talks about archetypes and how they run us and how how they shape our our narrative and how they shape our culture and but he also talked about how one of the archetypes we have is this relationship to the sacred in relationship to the newness which is the archetype called the self with a big s he would write it and it is this hard wiring we have to that sense of like you know people get when you go out in nature and you feel at one with everything or people feel about jesus or feel about all our of your more traditional religion it manifests in very different ways and i was really fascinated by that i wanted to understand the human condition personally i wanted to work on my own stuff psychologically but i wanted to understand like what makes humans tick and how come this it all unfolds like this you know and and what's the story line behind the story line the culture ends us all day that's my fascination that's why i look at all of this right left all this kind of stuff more from an archetypal perspective or more of a philosophical perspective because it helps me not get caught up in the churning of it all just i thought we just knock out a couple of archetypes because it's just an interesting way of looking at things so the persona i mean that basically the sort of it's really just the face that we put on publicly that can't always show every bit of ourselves even though some of us are better at it.

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"I really don't i think he is getting things done because he's got people doing things but i think he i don't think his personality is that organized i mean look at his businesses they've failed he's bankrupt businessman so that's trump water you're drinking you know i have stayed at trump hotel all right i wanna finish up with this was a quick fifty five so please it's always it's always but i promise it will not be two nephews so we do this but i thought it would be an interesting thing to finish up on you studied young archetype yes and jordan peterson who is basically caught fire like nobody else in the last year it's one of the he talks about archetypes constantly so i thought it would be interesting to kind of unpack a little bit of that with you because so much my audience is into it i think it's helped frame some things in my own mind first off what possessed you to say i'm going to study young architects yeah well just of campbell was a great mythologised degrade storyteller and i saw him on pbs with bill moyer and fell in love with this idea of just these this idea that we are all pre wired for story and then we all are pre wired to understand what a mother is in a father and a child and because of humanity's long ancient nece we've kind of live these things out and so it's sort of births the whole human experience sort of births these ideas that then they're sort of built into one hundred percent.

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Yeah you can literally people that don't believe me check it on youtube right now you can find video of bill clinton and obama saying almost the exact same things on immigration and protecting borders and all that trump says it in a much less articulate way and he uses obviously rough language but it's like you're all liars yes and i think that one of the things that may may or may not be true i don't know these people personally but i think there's like my dad used to say he always voted people over property so that's why he would always lean left because he always would choose people over property and i think in general that's what the left does is they choose people over property and whereas the right generally chooses the right to be in control of your own property versus taking care of it's a secondary yeah and and the reality is we we do both all day long it's how we those are the two kind of things we function on right is is that and so i think in on some level yes if you pay attention to the words and see the policies and stuff like that there are ways in which obama and clinton and trump kind of sit in a kind of a pool somewhere but there's a i think the trump thing for me is that there's a level of pathology and him that frightens me because i really don't know except for his close people around him i don't think he knows how to have empathy for anyone who doesn't go tomorrow lago.

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"It's fun or not there's an assess ity there there is there is and i'm not a burn it all down person for the right or the left i i'm sorry i want food on the market shows i do like my tv in my internet you burn it down crowd i think part of it's just bravado and it's online d eliza on some level it's an idea yeah so there's a little fantasy you okay so some idealism i suppose some some just online whatever but for some of them it's also just like in a way it's like the easiest thing to say right yeah to just be like burn it all down it's like where do you wanna go yeah nobody like what does that mean nobody no buddy insane people who want open borders here right are the same people who are screaming out horrible it is here and yet we can't have open borders and they don't leave lena dunham still here foaming hbo show separate she really see so she's right exactly so not going anywhere we're all we're all here we all got to figure this out together and every both sides have legitimate beefs about institutions hundred percent and how businesses done in the world one hundred percent but yeah the burn it all down it is it's like you know instead of having the big talk with your boyfriend it's the leaving the note and just ghosting out of champ.

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Really try to do i really try and i'm sure i fail at it and i'm sure i felt that i used to fail fill out more but that i will not tweet something that i would not say to someone's face if they were right on it yeah and it's something i rarely when i get a troll i rarely do but when i do i will say would you say that to my face and they disappear very quickly yes compassion and empathy are things that we have to work at and having a metal object in your hand with just words on it i think is your brain is an i don't know the science behind this and i'd be fascinated to find out more about it but i think your brain is engaging with it in a way because it's an object in its words on a page so it's language it's going through a certain part of your brain where whereas empathy in connection with humans is a felt experience it's a different thing you know i mean one of the things we do with buddhist practice you know there's two major things buddhist practice one of which is or just meditation or mindfulness general you can take the buddhism out of it is learning to witness and watch things your thoughts your feelings you know whatever but it's learning to take a witness stance and watch this ever changing parade inside of you go by urges sensations all that kind of stuff so that's one thing that mindfulness meditation will help you rewire your brain to do that and when you get some distance from things you get to be in choice more about them because you're not just reacting you're actually responding to them the other thing that happens organically with this practice is an increased sense of compassion there's some sort of human connection that happens where the circle of who you care about naturally widens and that there's and there's an labels drop off because it becomes sentient beings or living beings and we all know how to do this in like lover family try.

"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Way of naturally finding a way to be in each other's shoes like oh look at that guy oh look we're in that oh that raiders tshirt alma raiders fan not yet but you're you're having this internal dialogue with these people and yes sometimes you're like projecting you know shit onto them and by looking that big hair lady or whatever you know but you're you're having an a human encounter on some level and we're social beings this is ancient hard wiring this is not hard wiring that even has caught up to like ten thousand years ago like this is ancient fucking wiring here and we need certain social cues and certain things i i tweeted this morning about this that we're like defending social media which people do when i always start to talk about this and i say and they say oh but what is i can talk to this person here in connection i said yes yes yes yes i've met great friends there's media and we are not hard hardwired for the quantity of interactions and the amount of information coming into our brains so what happens is and i've been studying a lot about this is that we get into this dopamine loop with it and it's like heroin it just is the brain doesn't know any better the brain just says i need that thing again i need that thing again i need that thing again and if you don't teach yourself to slow that down or to be able to at least witness it from afar and go oh look there's my hand grabbing for the phone again or why am i feeling so anxious oh because i haven't checked my email in three hours or whatever it is and you learn to watch yourself and he learned to see the queues of it and then you go and then he learned to sit with it and notice that i don't know you know you'd get the urge to pick up the phone and then you'd watch it and then five minutes later you're onto something else you don't you didn't really need the phone in your hand the whole time and so.

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"How because i didn't want to be going to it now and i did not know the code wow i was just like that's how we're gonna do this i avoided screens of all kinds and news i mean the whole thing and what i realized was that my felt truly that my brain was resetting yeah and so what was the first few weeks for you like the first couple of days there's there's a level of anxiety for sure like my hand kept going to my pocket that way you were describing with the table my hand would just kick just by default before you know it reminded me of that it's like if in the olden days fifteen years ago if you were going to meet a friend at a bar right you call them you say all right i'll meet you on the corner of sixth and fourteenth okay well now if you go to six and fourteenth if they're not there that second would meet yup what are you doing liking instagram's you're where're you you're looking you're shopping all these things you never just stop and smell the roses you never just stop in and stand there so what i really sized was the more that i got off there the more i was i found even though i'm a pretty patient person in general and i like talking to people obviously i found i was nicer to cashiers at at market like little little interactions like that i found it wasn't the big one's pretty good at the big one that i found that the little daytoday ones just being present more every time you get out of your car to go to buy a sandwich you stare at your phone and just that ability to be president and then the other thing was that when you stop doing it you start looking at everyone else like they're crazy when you see these people in their necks epidemic dinners together no one's looking at each other anymore and you you walk into a restaurant and nobody's nobody just sits and just does this anymore like taking in people in the world no one people watches and impotence anymore no one people watches in airports anymore so if we're not people watching anymore and i believe people watching is this beautiful way.

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Yeah but you know his thing was he said when you're born you're born with a ticket to the freak show and when you're born in america you're you get a front row seat and that thing that is sustained me these last two because 'cause you're literally born into it yeah i mean in the name yeah and just being able to see it as a freak show to have my own personal politics in my own desires for the country and the direction and and the panic of that not happening and then but also seeing but this is if we if we survive it and i know we will is a really good thing for the country and that we're having it's all out on the table like if you wanna know about what this country's been doing for two hundred years while we're we're in it now and everyone's talking about it because it's racism misogyny and greed and and corruption in politics and money you know i mean i hope that's the next big conversation you know that we can all have the big messy one is money and corruption let's go there you know so we'll see because money's everything in this country but we'll shave will save the money and corruption for our necks sit down but if anyone wants anything else on your daddy is all in this book yes please post the link yeah yeah and now let's talk about the rubin report is brought to you by squarespace think it dream it make it with squarespace whether you're a jewelry designer furniture maker photographer fashion designer renown pottery maker amateur knitter or anything in between squarespace can help you create a beautiful website to showcase your work and sell products and services of all kinds squarespace helps you draw in customers with its beautiful templates created by world class designers and gives you the ability to customize the look and feel of every page with just a few clicks every temple is optimized for mobile devices right out of the box and there's nothing to patch your upgrade ever squarespace also provides free insecure hosting analytics which will help you grow in real time and built in search engine optimization.

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"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"kelly carlin" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"So i think he in some ways probably saw this coming i mean i tell people all the time when they asked me this i say look i don't know i mean i think he would hate trump i mean he trump represents everything my father stood against you know just the gulf part of light male wrench businessman narcissistic just the whole the part of new york that my dad just you know my dad came from the upper west side streets of new york nine hundred and twenty i so which is now george carlin weight which is george carlin way so he everything about trump he would have hated and his especially his racism my father was a man who from day one on earth for me was all about you know everything this country has ever done is oppressed people of a different skin color massacred the indians and then we shift in black people you know all of that so he a huge soft soft heart for minorities and and the underdog but the chaos of it he would have i'm sure when he didn't like to do politics in the sense of like everyone else making eat i don't know if he you know every once in a while he'd bring up right you didn't kind of high level he did sort of philosophic policy picture you know and if he if he brought up bush and dick cheney you know it because he talked about the bush and the dick and all that kind of soviet that was great you know the pete rockets and penises and the gulf war whatever it was.

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