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Fresh "Kendall" from Fred and Angi

Fred and Angi

00:30 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Kendall" from Fred and Angi

"So the West Side of the country? Yes, that's right. Yes, Yeah, Kendall Jenner's probably at the games. Probably probably. So, Yeah, Her boyfriend's gonna win. Probably what team wins in life. He wins no matter what, you got a busted nose, too. But he wins no matter what did that guy balls out and goes home hooks up with her head butted yesterday in the game bleeding out of she'll take care of him. I'm sure Yeah. So you like this? So you don't even know who the other team is that you like the sons and this one. The sons love the heat. The rays. You know everything from the rains rally the valley, right rally on that valley. Yeah, sure. And then what about on the East side will be the east side of the country. What do you think about the East Side? Uh, yeah. The Eastern Conference finals as our sports reporter. What do you think about that? Jason? Um New York? Maybe. No. No Atlanta in Atlanta and Milwaukee? Yes. He's not east. Well, there wasn't conference NBA. They are well that don't make no damn sense again. Neither do a lot of the teams that are like some teams are in the South. But there in the North Conference how about we just agree? Because the Bulls are not? And we disagree that we're all going to root for the sons. How about that? They're all going to root.

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Alex Rodriguez Rents a Home Near Jennifer Lopez

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

02:13 min | 1 d ago

Alex Rodriguez Rents a Home Near Jennifer Lopez

"Alex rodriguez has rented a home near jennifer lopez as he is spotted with ben. Affleck's ex. Oh this is sloppy. Mistakes sonics rented a mansion in bridgehampton. Fancy new york for the summer a stone throw away from the lopez his own residence in water mail. This is according to page six over the weekend. He shared a video of himself shooting hoops as on his new hamptons home. Which is three minutes away. You get this three minutes away from j.lo's now. These two spent last summer at her sprawling estate in the hampton. So there's no way there's no way he couldn't know what he was doing. Things couldn't get even nastier in this split. Alex was spotted at a party with lindsay Chamartin member her name. She dated ben affleck on and off for years before they finally went their own way in two thousand and nineteen a rep repeal guy for alexey saying the following quote. There is absolutely zero there. They've been friends for fifteen years. I st i is now the girlfriend. He's this little bit creepy. A-rod are we a little thirsty right now. I mean seriously. We know that j. Lo and ben are getting all the media and all the attention. So how'd you sneak your way back into the picture but you get a house. Three minutes away from your fiance okay. That could work but rob once we did a tv show together. We did a piece on one of those. Entertainment news shows about us and You know you had me sit next to you because it would just kind of help. People know that we were very diverse. Feel like a doing the same thing standing next to you. Know ben affleck's ex-girlfriend like he could've sat anywhere. What at the party. Why did he not over. So there's some reports out there that he's moved on. It's not

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Fresh "Kendall" from WGN Programming

WGN Programming

00:29 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh "Kendall" from WGN Programming

"Fallen through and one of Chicago's biggest covid vaccination sites, is set to shut down. Morning. I'm Dan Ponsi. And I'm Warren tickets. Let's start off with the check of your forecast with meteorologist Morgan Coke, Mark. Good Morning. Morning. A. You guys. Good morning. We've got showers on the way. Actually here today, tomorrow and Friday, likely going to see some into Saturday morning as well. As far as your day goes today. We're starting to see some of that rain in parts of LaSalle County, Kendall Grundy, saying a few Sprinkles at the moment made me mainly the western edge there. Driers. You heading toward the city will get clipped with these showers throughout your morning. Very slight chances as we get into your afternoon just for an isolated shower or two. We are cloudy to start. But we'll see more sunshine later today as well to set the sixties as mild as 67 at the lake in Chicago as cool as about 60 degrees over in DeKalb, you've got low sixties as you head further away from the lake and then a little bit closer to the city. Middle sixties right now, at 66 at O Hare will make it into the upper seventies near 80 degrees today, a little more detail on the rain coming up here in just a few minutes first. Sarah's here with your traffic K. Sarah. Good morning. We are following some breaking news this morning. Take a look at new video that came in overnight of a fire. The fire is out at this point. But take a look at what it looked like earlier this morning.

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A Big Week for Global Tech Policy

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:08 min | 5 d ago

A Big Week for Global Tech Policy

"New chair of the federal trade commission a raft of bipartisan legislation aimed at big tech and an agreement to collaborate with the european union. It's been a pretty eventful week in terms of global tech policy here to break down what all happened and what the landscape looks like going forward is our policy reporter ryan tracy. Hey ryan thanks for coming back on the show things for me okay. So let's start with the f. T. c. biden named the prominent big tech critic. Lena con as fdic chair you know. We talked about this earlier in the week. With our colleague brent kendall but remind us of the significant of khan's appointment. She's been very clear that she has concerns about the behavior of big companies in a lot of sectors tech. It's been a particular focus for her confirmation hearing she basically said everything's on the table in terms of big tech. Senators asked her a number of questions about areas where the ftc could become more aggressive in terms of looking at the marketplace for news or looking at the marketplace for a smartphone apps all these different areas where we've heard some concerns about the impact of big tech and her answer was almost invariably. Yes to those questions now. There are limits to the ftc's power but mistaken has an expansive view of what that power is and so we expect her to push those limits and so does this signal sort of shift from the obama years to the biden administration potentially signals a much more aggressive approach to antitrust policy. And that's obviously a big deal for the largest tech companies. Who are under. A lot of antitrust scrutiny. Right now and it's kind of amazing when you step back you know. They had a lot of power under the obama administration and a lot of influence and had the biden administration asked for who they would have picked to lead the federal trade commission. Liikanen think it's fair to say would not have been near the top of their list. Just given that a lot of things critical of tech companies in the past so the fact that the biden administration chose her clearly shows their influence is more limited than it used to be.

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Fresh update on "kendall" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:49 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kendall" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Security out in the bullpen. He worked for the team since their first game in 1977. Year, retiring after 49 years as King County Sheriff, deputy Awesome Night for him and his family. Chris Flex and got the start for the EMC was solid again scoreless in the fourth, flexing its Trevor story for the second time striking out tonight Flex and struck out six. Bottom of five. Still schools JP Crawford He's going to reach first on an infield signal to short with the bases loaded. Tom Murphy scores But Dylan more gets hung up somewhere between 2nd and 3rd. He does not get back. He is tagged. He is out ends the inning, but the mirrors take the one Nothing lead Rockies were held off the board to the top of the seventh. That's from flexing gives up his one little mistake of the night. C. J. Chrome with a home run not to right field that ties the game and one they were tied at one in the bottom, the eighth No. One on the hero from Sunday to here on Tuesday as well shed long Solo, Jack to center mirrors up to one Kendall Graveman came on to seal the deal. The Mariners went to one the final. They have won five straight games. I just wanted to get something on the plate that I could just drive, you know, I really wanted to find something up to drive. That was my biggest thing. Just just find something. Let them have the bottom of his own on chase under his own just finds home up that I can.

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Supreme Court Rejects Third Challenge to ACA

WSJ What's News

01:31 min | 5 d ago

Supreme Court Rejects Third Challenge to ACA

"The supreme court has rejected another legal challenge to the affordable care act the signature. Healthcare law passed under the obama administration in a seven two decision. The court found that a case brought by texas and other republican leaning states lacked legal. Standing is the third time the court has considered the two thousand ten law and the third time that the aca has prevailed for more on. Today's decision i'm joined by wall street journal. Legal affairs reporter brent kendall. Hi brian thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so brent. Tell us more about the court's reasoning here. This is the third time. The court has had to wade into this area. I mean in some ways. This was the most unlikely of three cases. This was all setup because congress a couple of years ago there's a mandate in the law that most people buy insurance and there was a penalty associated with that if you didn't and so what congress did a couple years ago as part of a tax reform package zero out the penalty so now even if you don't have coverage and your technically supposed to. There's no monetary penalty for doing that. The complication is supreme court previously upheld the law and the idea that congress could use its taxing power as a justification for the mandate in the first place and so then republicans stepped in and said. Well there's no tax anymore you can't justify the law under the taxing power and so what the court said today as well. You don't really have any valid basis for making that argument because nobody is hurt by. The government charging us zero dollars for not carrying insurance. The end we don't say anything else in the case.

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Fresh update on "kendall" discussed on Forum

Forum

00:43 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kendall" discussed on Forum

"More than 20 states. Republican lawmakers have introduced proposals to restrict teaching about systemic racism or other quote divisive concepts in schools, saying the effort is a fight against critical race theory, a concept that emerged decades ago in legal scholarship that examines racism in U. S laws and institutions. We look at what critical race theory is and why it's during backlash now and joining me. First is Dr Kendall Thomas, a professor and co founder and director of the Center for the Study of Law and Culture at Columbia Law School. Kendall Thomas. Thanks so much for joining us. Kendall. Thomas, are you there? Thank you for having me. Yeah. Really Appreciate having you here in 1995. I know you co authored the book Critical race theory. The key writings. That formed the movement, which collected important and foundational essays on critical race theory. So can you just start by explaining the main pillars of it? What critical miss theory is I'd be happy to do that. I am a member of the Brown versus Board of Education Generation. Brown was decided in 1954. I was born in 1957. And my family sent me to public schools as a child with the hope that I would receive the kind of public education that previous generations of my family had not been able to receive, in part. Because of the Supreme Court's decision in 1954, declaring that separate but equal racial segregation. Jim Crow public education violated the Constitution. And yet, within a few short years, it became apparent all over the country that the promise of Brown on which so many African American and other people of color had, um, invested such hope. Was being unrealized and that the problem of what the Supreme Court was later to call societal discrimination, was acting as a brake on The kinds of changes that the Brown court envisioned in addressing the problem of Jim Crow segregation. Critical race theory tries to bring together a number of diverse approaches and ideas that try to answer the question. Why have we not withstanding the fact that we have Witness these important legal reforms with respect to race still seeing such persistent and entrenched systemic racial inequality. Why do we still wrestle all these many years after Brown versus the Board of Education? With the realities of institutional racism and critical race theory offers an account of institutional racism that allows us to let go of the story that racism is always and everywhere and only about individual acts. Prejudice, bias, animus and hatred and looks at the ways in which racial inequality and the historical legacy of racism in America. Is baked into our institutions baked into our social structure in ways of which we are not always aware. Mm. So you know things like brown, which were facially neutral, for example, or we're trying to create equity that we still have persistent. Segregation in different forms or racism. As you say, or we can call it colour blind racism right? The racism, which doesn't explicitly Reference race but which nonetheless is able to reproduce and entrench racial inequality. And so is that one of the things that you would say critical race theory was also responding to because this seemed to develop in the seventies and then really gained traction in the eighties. It was trying to address this sort of Color blind movement, or this idea that to be colorblind was to solve problems. Well, there's a tight connection between the ideology of color blindness and a kind of hyper radical individualism. Which holds that the heart of racial injury consists in the relationship between two private individuals and the refusal of one individual in effect. Uh, to look past race. First Critical race theories raise the question. Well, why is race something that people ought to want to look past? Uh And secondly, they asked the question Is that even possible? Or is that a myth or fiction? Uh, that we're telling ourselves to ignore the impossibility of not seeing race. Why don't we confront with our eyes wide open? Uh, the history and the continuing impact on the president. Of our, uh of race in our society and the myth of color blindness has been one of the most persistent and in my view, disabling Um, realities in the, uh, in the path of racial progress in the United States. I want to bring Ian Haney Lopez into this conversation. Constitutional law Scholar in law professor at U. C. Berkeley, is also a senior fellow at Demos and the author of Dog Whistle Politics How Coded Racial Appeals have reinvented racism. And wrecked the middle class. Dr. Ian Haney Lopez, thanks so much for joining us. Thank you for having me. So one of the things that I was struck by is that you've described yourself as somebody who has Felt closely identified with critical race theory, can you Can you explain why it spoke to you what It is in terms of your legal scholarship as well, that that it really you feel like gets at Well, I think, Kendall that a really nice job of explaining it, But let me let me Repeat with Candle was saying, but but maybe in a different sort of way in a way that might come across as really surprising to a lot of your audience. I think all of us know that racist practices like slavery and genocide have been around for four or 500 years. Or modern racist practices. What very few people recognize is that the word racism Has been around for less than 100 years. So it's only been since the 19 thirties that we've developed a vocabulary that says Racist practices like slavery like Jennifer side like wars of conquest against Spain or Mexico that those are not merely reflections of nature or divine ordinance. Those are instead social practices that are immoral and unjust and must be repaired. And you hear the sort of the moral condemnation in the word racism. Well in that context, and we've been debating for 100 years what is and what is not racism. In the early intuition about racism was well. Racism is merely interpersonal, and I think critical race and you can see that that sort of all we need to do is integration and pass a few laws that Prohibit people from mistreating others and critical race. There. It comes along and says racism is so much more than that. Racism is embedded in our laws. It's embedded in our economy. It's it's reflected in our schools and our neighborhoods. I think many of us are saying racism is an important political weapon. Racism can be expressed through coded language. Racism, um, functions in cultural terms, right? But we're really trying to have a conversation about what is racism such that we should recognize it as Unjust and immoral, and that's very much what 2020 and 2021 is all about. With the murder of George Floyd and the rise of black lives matter, as by some measures, the largest protest movement in the history of the country. You know, we we as a nation are having a renew debate. What is it? What is racism? What is immoral? What must we repair and what we're seeing is a lot of pushback against that, saying Racism isn't segregation. Racism isn't police violence. Racism is People of color talking about racism. And that's the That's how you can understand the danger of an ideology like color blindness that says racism is whenever anybody actually talks about race or racism is critical Race theory this academic effort to try and understand racism any effort to foreground conversations about racism. Is itself the real racism we face that this is the debate we're having. What is racism? What? What are these immoral practices that we as a society must Work against worked at this established work to repair. It's interesting in hearing you talk about, um, this notion that anybody who talks about race is essentially the person who's obsessed with race and and being racist. It reminds me a little bit of that. Famous 2007. U. S. Supreme Court decision in school assignment where to Justice John Roberts basically said something along the lines of to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop discriminating on the basis of race is basically just saying, You know, we need to stop Making race the focus to be able to deal with racism. I'll have to be honest, though. I know while you are saying that that the nation is having Sort of a renewed debater conversation around these issues. Kendall Thomas. I do feel like the very concept that racism is systemic, that it's part of our institutions that while laws may appear neutral, they can perpetuate inequities and racism as well. That concept feels like it's become very mainstream at this point that that maybe it's a function of where I live, but that that we've evolved to kind of understand that Well, that may be true in some parts of the United States..

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Lina Khan, Critic of Big Tech, to Lead Federal Trade Commission

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:42 min | Last week

Lina Khan, Critic of Big Tech, to Lead Federal Trade Commission

"Yesterday the senate confirmed lena con to a seat on the federal trade commission. The thirty two year old columbia university professor has been a vocal critic of big tech companies and. She's advocated for sweeping changes to antitrust enforcement with her confirmation secured. President biden is designating her as ftc. Chair the post will allow her to pursue an aggressive antitrust and consumer protection agenda so for more on khan and how she could shape the ftc. Enjoy our legal affairs. Reporter brent kendall. Hey thanks for being here. Thanks for having me okay. So tell us about khan's background here. Where does she come from so she has been on the fast lane star track of the progressive movement in terms of antitrust which she was a reporter wrote pieces for different publications went to law school and wrote this law review article about amazon. The thesis which was that antitrust law just doesn't really work to restrain companies like amazon. And how they've built their business and so she kind of skyrocketed from there she's been a legal adviser for progressive group. That is advocated for a wholesale change in antitrust enforcement. She went and worked on the hill for this house antitrust subcommittee that did this big investigation of tech firms and was a big piece of that and this report the democratic staffer at the end of this investigation making all sorts of recommendations that that congress rain tech company and so this all comes at a time. You know we're sees risen up these ranks and then got this nomination for the ftc from president biden. Which will now put her in theory at least in a position to try to put some of her views into

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Fresh update on "kendall" discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

00:39 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kendall" discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

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Board of Supervisors Names William Tate IV as LSU President

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:04 min | Last month

Board of Supervisors Names William Tate IV as LSU President

"Of the most interesting stories. concerns the lsu presidential search as well as the current president south carolina. And you're saying to yourself. What does that have to do with anything. Well certainly the president At lsu is critical because of all the problems they have down there and it was just a week ago. When william tate was named as the new president he Had headed over from the university of south carolina. But as they say hold on a second We may not be done with this story yet. Andrea gal who was brooks could be an has done what will certainly be Award winning investigative reporting on all the issues in that athletic department in andrea joins us Right now andrew first of all. Thanks for being here. it's It's great to have you on the show again. Good afternoon afternoon. So i think everyone was really excited last week. It looked like after a A winter of discontent. Maybe lsu had gotten it right With the hiring So that was last week though. And as you know living in baton rouge in louisiana later as a year ago when when you're watching the match nations of political worlds unfold. Let's pick up the story From that moment. And then we switch over to south carolina where we talked about The issues with bob kesling earlier with josh kendall is does does lsu avenue does it dissolves. You have a president or is he going to go back to south carolina. Well that's a great question. So the chairman of lsu's board of supervisors says that as of yesterday. He spoke to william tate. Who is the the south carolina. Provos who president and Lsu's board chairman says that provost tate assured him yesterday that he is committed to lsu and that he will be coming to lsu. And he's supposed to start. I believe july first or july second

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Caslen Steps Down as Univ. Of South Carolina President Amid Scandal

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:51 min | Last month

Caslen Steps Down as Univ. Of South Carolina President Amid Scandal

"A couple of years ago. South carolina conducted a a rather long search for a replacement to the very respected harris pesticides. Who not only was the president at at usc. But one of the more respected people in the sec. Around intercollegiate athletics. If i remember correctly. And i and i know josh can help me with this There were recommendations. The school The people in charge did not accept them and they ended up hiring a man named cows. One who Was the superintendent at west point lieutenant. General retired lieutenant. General in the army and Josh i don't know if i've got the story right so far but what happens next is is is a Is quite a yarn good afternoon and afternoon. Paul thank you for having me yeah. It's you know it's not simple to some Bob cavin arrived. You know in a messy and controversial way and and he carried that name on consistently for two years they mean it has been You know the the process that got him hired also got the university of south carolina's accreditation reviewed by the overseeing body. That does such things so that's never a good sign. It was an eleven and nine. Vote by the board of trustees so narrow and it's kind of been contentious ever since and the president has not helped himself In the meantime. I mean this are where we are. Now is kinda culmination i mean. He went immediately on on a statewide Media tour after getting the job and it and it back to back stops with local with with state

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The Republican Party Prepares to Oust Liz Cheney

Rob Kendall Show

00:26 sec | Last month

The Republican Party Prepares to Oust Liz Cheney

Pathologist: Black man killed by deputies was shot 5 times

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Pathologist: Black man killed by deputies was shot 5 times

"The FBI is starting a federal civil rights investigation into the fatal shooting of a black man by deputies in North Carolina an independent autopsy was done for the family of the man killed there were five penetrating bullet wounds to the body of Andrew brown June family attorney Wayne Kendall says one of the shots was to the back of the head as brown was driving away the time of death was within minutes within minutes after this particular gunshot wound to the balcony brown was being served with felony drug related search and arrest warrants at his house in Elizabeth city brown son Khalil Ferebee questions why they started shooting yesterday I say he was executed this autopsy report show me that was correct seven deputies have been placed on leave while the state investigates the shooting I met Donahue

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Why Skateboarding Is About to Be Bigger Than Ever

Marketplace

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Why Skateboarding Is About to Be Bigger Than Ever

"They're everywhere, even on social media like Instagram and Tic Tac. There's actually a whole side of Tic Tac refer to a skate talk, where users post clips of themselves cruising around town landing trips feeling absolutely free. Let Ruby Medina is a skateboarder who saw the trend and posted her own video picture, a giant empty pools, Medina skating, every curve and slope as smooth as butter. It has more than half a million views. Honestly, I was pretty shocked. I was like what? I didn't know My video could hit that much, but Medina is not just any tick talker. She works in to skate shops in Venice, California and her parents are the owners. They started the business about 22 years ago, but they've never seen demand like this. Turns out, the industry hasn't either skateboarding soul the growth and sales they could have seen in years. Jeff Kendall used to be a professional skater. Now he runs any chess as skateboard manufacturer and distributor. Companies like his have spent the last year scrambling to need a monstrous appetite for parts and boards. Kendall credits the rising popularity of skateboarding now to social media, plus a few other factors. The pandemic led people to rediscover the outdoors. More girls are getting into it than ever before to Full confession. I'm one of them and the Olympics are including it as a sport for the first time this summer. This is a global phenomenon. This is this is something we're seeing all around. You know, the 80 countries that we sell to the world. They're all seeing an increase. I think that's um By the end of 21, Don't be more skateboarders in the world than ever before. All these new skateboarders aren't just young

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Supreme Court Sides With Google in Copyright Fight With Oracle

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Supreme Court Sides With Google in Copyright Fight With Oracle

"Google has come out on top in a multibillion dollar copyright battle with oracle the supreme court ruled yesterday that google did not infringe on oracle's copyrights when it copied a portion of the cold for the popular programming language joppa and included it in its android operating system. The high court said that copying was very use. The case brought up questions about what kinds of copyright protections should be available for certain kinds of code but the supreme court stopped short of issuing an opinion on that subject. Here's our legal affairs. Reporter brent kendall with more the code here at issue wasn't arguably the most creative code it's basic with. Api is which are used for programs to talk to one another. And so oracle said nevertheless we invested tons of money developing all of this and google just basically stole it when we couldn't come to a licensing agreement and google turn says well you know this code is just the most basic elementary sort of stuff like the way know letters are arranged on keyboard not to be able to copyright that so at the court ended up doing is saying. We're not going to decide that exactly today. What we are going to say. Is that no matter whether it's copyright or not what google did is fair use and that we don't want the copyright laws to work in a way that people can't build off of these inventions and the amount of code they copied was like eleven thousand lines of two point. Eight million lines of code. And we think that's okay. Therefore google

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Supreme Court Sides With Google in Copyright Fight With Oracle

WSJ What's News

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Supreme Court Sides With Google in Copyright Fight With Oracle

"The supreme court has sided with google a multibillion dollar copyright battle with oracle throwing out a lower court ruling. The case revolves around google's use of the popular programming language java to build its operating system oracle acquired the language in two thousand ten and alleged that google's actions amounted to an infringement of oracle's copyright by the supreme court said today that google's use of some java code fell under fair use the decade-old case is drawing attention from companies that rely heavily on copyright. Protection's here's our legal affairs reporter brent kendall with more if you're copyright owner. You're not terribly happy with today's decision. I mean even outside of software. The movie industry the music industry publishing industry. Everybody that has copyrights and depends on the strong value of their copyright supported oracle in this case because they all want rules they give copyright is a value as possible and the other side all the people that want do build on programs other software developers. I mean even microsoft Internet companies that create apps and platforms. That are interoperable and and build off other programs. They all supported google in this case so there are going to be a lot happier with the outcome today.

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Britney Spears asked Sharon Stone for help at height of nervous breakdown

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Britney Spears asked Sharon Stone for help at height of nervous breakdown

"So sharon stone whom britney spears recently called an inspiration said she received a letter from the pop star around the time brittany was infamously going through a public meltdown and shaved her head into dozen seven. Sharon opened up to kelly clarkson on her. Show saying quote britney spears route to me a very long and important poignant letter during a very difficult time in her life about the time when people would recognize it when she was having her difficult moments she said she at the time was going through something very difficult and needed help insurance. That couldn't help myself but the truth of the matter is we both needed help. She needed help. I needed help. My what. I just love stone honesty and i and i and i hope that They both got the helping me to china's doing great now. I'm reading. the book came out yesterday. It's fantastic. It's really full of details. And what an amazing live she has led and we still

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USC agrees to $852 million payout in sex abuse lawsuit

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

USC agrees to $852 million payout in sex abuse lawsuit

"The University of Southern California has agreed to an $852 million payout settle hundreds of sex abuse claims against its longtime gynecologist, Dr George Tindall's CBS is Jamie. You kiss. He's president released a statement in it. She says that she is quote deeply sorry. For the pain experienced by the women and hopes the settlement provides some relief. But I can tell you we were listening to a press conference held a little bit earlier today, where the victims said there is no amount of money that can make up for what Kendall did. The list. Pled not guilty to 35 criminal

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J.Lo & A-Rod's Major PDA

Daily Pop

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

J.Lo & A-Rod's Major PDA

"Out. All the breakup rumors jennifer lopez. Alex rodriguez were just caught packing on the pda in the dominican republic. Alex flew there to meet j. Lo on sunday just days after news broke up their alleged split a source tells either fine. It's the first time they've been apart in a year and it's just been really hard so they've had you gray days together and things are very much back on track. Checkmate the queen's gambit boo. Yeah she got exactly what she wanted. He got his ass to the dr st there for the time that she's filming and she won she reset his ass. Rebooted him like a computer. Exactly like i say. What else does he do it. He might have like a foundation or something. But you're not doing anything. It's over baseball's on down hang out with

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Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez Pack on the PDA

Daily Pop

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez Pack on the PDA

"Jennifer lopez. Alex rodriguez were just caught packing on the pda in the dominican republic. Alex flew there to meet j. Lo on sunday just days after news broke up their alleged split a source tells either fine. It's the first time they've been apart in a year and it's just been really hard so they've had you gray days together and things are very much back on track. Checkmate the queen's gambit boo. Yeah she got exactly what she wanted.

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Solar farm to boost tax revenue in Indiana county as coal plant closes

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Solar farm to boost tax revenue in Indiana county as coal plant closes

"Schaefer coal coal-fired power plant in jasper county. Indiana is scheduled to shut down in two years when it does about thirty percent of the county's tax base will vanish kendall culp. Jasper county. commissioner says the closure poses difficult questions for local leaders. What does county government look like without your largest taxpayer. Will you be able to provide the same services. Can we still provide public safety in response. Good response time for emergency services and that sort of thing to make up for the lost tax revenue. The county is working hard to attract new businesses and encourage growth new clean. Energy development should provide a boost a solar developer and the local utility are planning to build a massive new solar farm in jasper county called the dunns bridge solar project when complete it will span about five thousand acres. It will also include battery storage. The project is expected to be fully operational around the same time that the coal plant closes. Were excited it coincides very well with the shutdown of schaefer so as jasper county moves away from coal solar can help supply both a new clean renewable source of electricity and tax revenue to support community services.

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House approves $1.9 trillion COVID relief package

Rob Kendall Show

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

House approves $1.9 trillion COVID relief package

"Is on the way $1400 for many Americans with the passage of the American rescue plan, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, reacting to the plan on CBS's face the Nation. While there's many good things about it is too large, and we've got to make sure the states have flexibility. The nearly $2 trillion relief bill was signed into law last week by President Biden with no Republican votes in Congress.

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Divided Senate Passes Biden's Pandemic Aid Plan

Rob Kendall Show

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Divided Senate Passes Biden's Pandemic Aid Plan

"If approved by the House on Tuesday, President Biden could sign that coronavirus stimulus Bill worth nearly $2 Trillion. It got passed the Senate but not before an objection from Democrat Joe Manchin on Fox News Sunday, The West Virginia lawmaker was asked if he was prepared to tank the bill if he didn't get what he wanted. Absolutely not. That's not how negotiations should go. That should never be the intent. Not one Senate Republicans supported it. The Democrats have the House, the Senate in the White House. And what do we tell you? If they get everything they're going to run a

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"kendall" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

02:23 min | 7 months ago

"kendall" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"Has been. It's been all over the place incident. Yeah so now that you have played a game at quarterback in the nfl. What is your nfl goal from here. I'm just. I'm just looking to know. Get out now in that field and know whatever whatever position as saying no other change. The elephants So now just you know working to get back out there. And and and so what i can do so i'm here for you. Don't wanna be a one hit wonder you not at all. I guess the last question. I had when i was watching you during the game. You know wondering what kind of goes through your mind. I wonder now when you look back at this day. Are you going to look back at it as a positive experience. Because you got to play quarterback in the nfl or or you look at it like a negative experience because you went one for nine. Your team got killed in How are you going to look at this experience. In retrospect this is this is definitely a positive experience. I you know it's is nothing negative to say i you know. Of course. i didn't play as well as i wanted to You know the team. We didn't play as well as wanted to lead the team. But you know something i believe. Is that things happen for a reason. the i was there as a reason. I got the opportunity. And i'm just gonna learn from know all we can take a nothing. Ever experience note we condemn from positive. Attitude kendall hin. I really appreciate you taking the time to talk to me. And and you've had a unexperienced. The vast majority of american males wish they could have which is to play quarterback in an nfl game and you live alabama and so that's pretty cool presented. Hey all the best to you. And good luck i thank you. The holidays may look a little different this year. But there's still a lot to.

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"kendall" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:21 min | 8 months ago

"kendall" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And i heard the same thing about him. The basically the lines are out if you know what i mean but a up. I heard you're going to have our boy griffith. Oh shortly day griffis back. And he's still. He's still going with math. I think is the quarterback position as a quarterback georgia ganges named silas. according to griffith. I tell you what you're missing the boat if your boys don't get buddy martin on it on the line with the because that would be an all. I've glad that would that wouldn't make that would make the phone future the finebaum show in the nineties. look look look tame exactly so anyway paul. I just wanted to check in with. Hey jeff you got. You got you guys playing this weekend. Well we got big rutgers. They beat michigan state. we got tennessee. So we got tennessee's coach coming into town ciano. Don't be too unkind to him. I like shiite. Hey thanks for the call. We appreciate it linda linda. Thank you. Linda is in south carolina. Hello linda hey how you doing. I'm doing great thank you. Yep talk go right ahead. You're on the air okay. I want to know why confidence that number way. How how come you got Alabama there how come you always do every year. You did this last year to us to well. I think alabama's better than clemes and that's why i did that to you. You did you alabama's better than clemson. They almost lost of mississippi. Yeah you almost lost of boston college but we came ahead on the second. Half twenty points made you win. The game by twenty came about where he won by at least twenty quarterback. You might want to go back and check the final score of the game. What was the final score. Michael michael in college. I think it was Six tall about my brother knows everything. Put him on the phone with you. Michael poll does he. I want to get on. He does everything six or eight. Point game no no. No no no you need to hear at eleven six or eight point game. I bet you on that one. Mr paul really would like to bet me on that. Don't do anything. Because i don't want to lose anything but i'm going to double check to luzon also on okay. Well how much would you like to bed. Just for fun dollars okay. I'll bet you five dollars okay. Score point game wasn't point game was a point game. I want me mr paul. No you're the one who said it was a three point game. I do not want to argue with you. But i think a six or eight point game but that's okay egypt six in the end. You said three touchdowns should be number one. They could be ahead of ohio. Well hold on. Let me let me double check. Okay so you say you wanna bet why okay. Give me a favor subtract. Twenty eight from thirty four point. He why i'm so sorry. Five dollar checks you you sit you give that five dollars to your your friend your children your your favorite charity. Okay children. i'm going to. I'm just going to go ahead and say we had some of it was it was a fun debt. Nothing serious i. I was beginning to wonder if i if i could add there for a minute. Because suddenly i forgot flash card arithmetic. From first grade we will take a break mortem as we continue here. Josh kendall from the athletic on the gamecocks can get the turned around. More of your phone calls.

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"kendall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"kendall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Kendall from the chicks on the right in the run kindle show his joins us live in studio going off the rails rob how are you I'm great thanks as always you are very I know segments water garage doors of Indianapolis to rob a couple days ago Howdy Doody rolled out his timeline for the city of Indianapolis and if you're new to the program hi he referred to mayor Hogsett as that I am not a fan of made that perfectly clear do we have to get personal though yes yes we do call me if he's going to treat our law enforcement officers that way and if he's going to treat business owners in Indianapolis he's lucky I'm just calling and that was your podcast to be completely different name so rob the timeline for Indianapolis is tomorrow like malls and retail stores can open up at fifty percent capacity next Friday the twenty second this is when restaurants can start having sit down service but only if they have an outdoor patio area and barbershops salons tattoo parlors gyms still closed until at least June first remember that scene in Ghostbusters will bore Bill Murray looks at the guy goes back off man I'm a science I'm picturing government worker Joe Hogsett here but but I think it's important to point out that Eric Holcomb is totally complicit in this because remember when he went out did his big announcement no phases the role of planning the bro calls on mandates a couple hours later but he told me he put a dog whistle to these mayors to be tougher than he is because he told if you want to do it go right on ahead it's like Manson wasn't at the murders but he told him to do it tax what's one who said it but these guys are wow that compares people are taking a dog whistle from the governor he's practically begging these people to do it I guess my question is it's an obvious question what about the restaurants that don't have AB outdoor seating sorry about that so if Russia does a lot Shapiro's actual story which TV our news gathering partners with TV last week the week before that Shapiro's deli a legendary heritage long time local business a restaurant is on the verge of closing for ever he doesn't care but the same way as Holden doesn't care these guys have been in government their whole lives the check always shows up they have no concept of what it's like to run a business I mean a lot of these businesses now especially with this new mandate from hogs that are dead on arrival the R. D. O. A. they will not make it to June person even if they could by the time they got up and running they're not gonna make it but he doesn't care it's the inconsistency that drives a lot of people crazy yes so if you are a business owner that owns a barber shop at eighty six the meridian you can't make any money until at least June first release but if you live a block north at ninety six in meridian well you could have customers in all day and you're paying the bills but it's totally ridiculous but the people of Indianapolis deserve what they're getting now it's it's sad that people who may own a business in the city who don't live here have to suffer because of the stupidity of other people but when you give this more on seventy five percent of the vote after he's already already one of the worst big city mayors in America what extract how complicit is the Indiana Republican Party in the fact that mayor Hogsett keeps winning and wins by landslide see it's what you get when you have a governor who's wholly invested in himself I mean I do was sit not sitting or is sitting on a war chest of almost eight million dollars and they offer generic almost no help with the guy that ran against hawks that got boat raced Jim Lehrer it's the best on paper you're going to do right he's been a he's a state senator a state senator for thirty years he squeaky clean he's connected he was the best of the Indiana Republican Party is ever going to do on paper in terms of running for mayor and they gave him zero help you have a governor who's absolutely self absorbed directed the Republican Party not to offer any help and this is what the hell you get we're going on the rails with rob Candoli on him and I do show do you.

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"kendall" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:54 min | 1 year ago

"kendall" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kendall in nineteen eighteen just over one hundred years ago as well well one was about to end many countries were overwhelmed by deadly influenza outbreak which is to turn into one of the worst pandemics the world has ever seen the so called Spanish flu virus infected roughly one third of the global population proving fatal and possibly up to twenty percent of cases in the end the pandemic run its course in the world recovered but essentially own we're MM rings again as we look back in history for lessons to help us understand better the current corona virus pandemic we're all going through so what exactly happened in the Spanish flu pandemic and what can we learn from it I'll be joined by three pandemic experts to take us through the history of the Spanish flu all of the forum after the news BBC news hello this is Gerry Smith there's been no recorded domestic transmission of the corona virus in South Korea for the first time since the outbreak began more than two months ago from Seoul his lower back this feels like a milestone for the country that once had the worst outbreak of covert nineteen in Asia eight site mainland China two months ago the number of infections appear to be spiraling out of control today there are zero newly confirmed cases within the country however for people tested positive for the virus as they arrived at the airport all overseas arrivals are quarantined for fourteen days so it could be a used aggressive testing and tracing methods to track potentially infected patients and isolate them quickly this should be a moment to celebrate but health officials are still sending a note of caution president trump has said he won three new national social distancing guidelines as the number of coronavirus deaths in the U. S. surges past sixty thousand the guidelines which expired today encourage Americans to work from home and avoid large gatherings Mr trump said such recommendations would now be down to the governors of individual states president trump has said he believes that China will do anything it can to prevent him being reelected in November he told the Reuters news agency that Beijing's handling of the pandemic was proof on North America correspondent David Willis reports president trump's criticism of China has been consistent and increasingly sharp in recent weeks he's questions the accuracy of the death toll that and said he was looking into suggestions that the virus originated in a little bar tree in Wuhan now he's claiming China's delay in addressing the well to the spread of the coronavirus was politically motivated and designed to hamper his chances of reelection Mr trump said China's leaders would do anything they count as he put it to make him lose in November going on to warn that there would be a price to pay for such actions he was reviewing various options in that regard he said but wouldn't be drawn on specifics David Wallace the secretary general of the Commonwealth has called on the world's richest countries to support those in the developing world as they deal with the pandemic the tuition Scotland says this particular concern about the economic impact of the crisis in island states like the Maldives in Fiji which rely on tourism if nobody's flying and nobody is coming to your country and if the hotels and restaurants that closed well who's buying your goods you can't just close our eyes and say well if the small states disappear if the least developed states fall behind the make those of us who are more wealthy and more advantage safe it worked world news from the BBC the Portuguese government is due to approve a detailed plan for how to ease lockdown measures on the current state of emergency expo is this weekend it's expected to allow small local shops and headdresses to re open from Monday the customer numbers will be restricted restrooms could re open a couple of weeks later along with larger shelves Germany has banned the Lebanese Islamist group has been law and labeled it and share a terrorist organization police have carried out morning raids to detain suspected members of the group which is backed by Iran announcing the ban on Twitter an Interior Ministry spokesman said action was still possible even during times of crisis the veteran Bollywood actor rishi Kapoor has died age sixty seven he been diagnosed with cancer in twenty eighteen and was admitted to a Mumbai hospital on Wednesday with breathing difficulties you'll get hurt you know reports rishi Kapoor belong to what is often called the first family of Indian cinema he began his career as a child artist in a movie his father directed produced and acted in but then he went on to be the leading man in scores of films in the nineteen seventies he was among the most popular actors in India with a big fan following the work he did in recent years won him critical acclaim one of his fellow actors superstar Amitabh Bachchan said he felt destroyed over the passing of rishi Kapoor in the span of the day Indian cinema has lost two acclaimed actors on Wednesday if on Khan died of a colon infection comes into more of the bush's war veteran whose coronavirus fundraising efforts in spite of the country in lockdown is celebrating his one hundredth birthday captain Tom has raised a staggering thirty seven million dollars for health charities by walking laps of his garden today he received a hand delivered letter of congratulations from Queen Elizabeth and suspense bona fide to planes will stage a flypast one hundred years ago the planets was reeling from one of the deadliest pandemics in history a highly contagious influenza virus had swept through almost every country on earth one in three people fell ill perhaps one in five of them the infection was fatal it was a catastrophic blow for world already struggling to recover from the devastating consequences of the first World War it was pandemic subsided the world's recovered and seem to move on even the rate of claims millions of lives more than well for one or possibly more than both the twentieth century's world wars put together it became known as the forgotten epidemic until interesting global pandemics and especially the current corona virus crisis put it back under the spotlight one was a candle and today's edition of the forum from the BBC world service is diverted to the Spanish flu pandemic of nineteen eighteen where it might have originated what measures against its deadly March proved effective and what was known as the Spanish flu when it didn't start in Spain I'm joined by three experts from different parts of the world to explore the history of the Spanish flu the more we can learn from this early a global pandemic to help us better understand how to combat the committed nineteen virus which is affecting all our lives today Sendiri mom Melinda is research professor at the university of Osler in Norway he's been studying the nineteen eighteen pandemic for twenty four years it is one of the authors of the world health organizations pandemic preparedness plan published last year Sadaf Chandra he's a health economist he's director of the Asian Studies department at Michigan State University in the United States a professor in the department of epidemiology and statistics any is a science writer and journalist she's the author of pale rider the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen and how it changed the world welcome to you all I'm sure it could start with you because I want to begin by describing the virus that became known as Spanish flu because it was different from today's cabinet nineteen virus wasn't hit them and shared many characteristics yes it was a strain of the influenza virus so it belong to different family from the corona viruses because what they have in common is that the place was spiritual diseases but never before has a corona virus caused a pandemic this is a fast in that sense well the Spanish news it was called was cool thought not because it originated in Spain because Spain unlike the rest of Europe was not on the minute she censorship I'm sorry instances of the virus will more widely reported that especially after the king of Spain fell in love with it in fact the first recorded case of the Spanish flu virus was in the United States but the minute you camping Kansas on March the fourth nineteen eighteen soldiers were preparing to join the war in Europe and the mess cook called Albert Kitchell fell ill becoming the first recorded case of some five hundred million cases worldwide eventually so what with the initial symptoms of the Spanish flu in the vast majority of people there with flu as we know it that's that's a really important thing to say it was a sore throat fever headache but then in in some people went on to become something much worse it became you know they had had difficulty breathing they would turn blue in the face and the fact that doctors Katina trip cyanosis and even and even in some cases they would stop bleeding from their noses and mouths and then in a small minority of cases the blue would tend to black and at that point it was really very little hope of recovery and people would die within hours or days well there is sort of symptoms from the Spanish flu a hundred years ago I do sound somewhat different from what we know about Kate at nineteen which typically the on such as a high temperature in the calls a dry cough but there are other similarities on them for example in serious cases in in both academics the antibody system goes out of control and you many a concession yes absolutely so so that that's really interesting because in fact what kills investors season seems to be a massive inflammatory reaction in both cases it's true that at the very end of the terminal stage if you live there is not much virus left in the long is the inflammatory reaction that is doing all the damage it's called a cytokine storm in technical terms I'm not a big difference between these two epidemics too isn't it which is the kind of people who found that they were vulnerable well where very change the fact here that that particularly elderly people of honorable but much younger people don't seem to me but it was different in nineteen eighteen wasn't it yeah and that's why it was I mean one of the reasons why it was so absolutely devastating I mean flu normally affects the very young the very old but in nineteen eighteen the most vulnerable age group was there's between twenty and H. forty I'm I'm not mean it that means it was killing the kind of breadwinners the pillars of families and communities at a time when there wasn't much of a social welfare net and leaving behind all kinds of dependence it was devastating overseas individuals but also to communities no I don't think you've tracked her British India was particularly badly affected by the virus with an estimated seventeen to eighteen million for taking the time to start believe what we know about how the virus got their wares arrived in India and how it spread the story of how the virus going to India is quite similar to the story of how it reached many other parts of the world as a demobilize issue is taking place in Europe during the the end of the first World War a number of British Indian troops got on to ships to come back home to India and it's believed that they brought the influenza virus on a troop ship that was destined for Bombay what's now called Mumbai on the western coast of India on the Arabian Sea and from there we studied the evolution of this pandemic across the Indian subcontinent and what we see is waves of mortality cresting in western India first not too long after that on the south eastern part of India which is the location of Mudros now known as Chennai which was in itself a major garrison down but after having hit the the west coast of India and the southern part of the Indian peninsula the pandemic moved almost wave like north and eastward until it exited India on the northeastern side of beyond what is now the state of West Bengal no it is an interesting case because the common assumption.

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"kendall" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

13:09 min | 1 year ago

"kendall" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"That's my idealized definition in execution. Unfortunately part of the reason people feel isolated as that to some degree when we get mired in whether or not you're GONNA be. Ceo At it being equal to white men in their power to repress Being someone who can run the world but if you're running the world by dropping bombs in the Middle East or supporting apartheid then. I don't really think that's feminism as we should understand right we shouldn't be sitting here looking at Margaret Thatcher going there are feminist And so that's one of the reasons I wanted to really can bring the conversation back to the idea that if it's four all women than what are those women the what are their family their communities need. How can we help improve quality of life for all of us? Because you know that this is a really old cliche but rising tide lifts all boats. And we've seen over and over again the statistically in cultures where women doing well. Everyone's doing well. Women are have enough to eat educated. All of these things. Everyone's quality of life improves. Is it perfect? No I do not think that we have to make perfect the enemy of doing better. Yes so I WANNA tease that out for a minute because I think You know one of a one of the ideas. That's getting more traction in this presidential primary is the idea of universal basic income and I have read injury book for a series that we did on a presidential candidate books. And you know. He's trying to make the argument. This sort of rising tide lifts all boat argument that if we just give everybody a little more money everything will be great and we'll solve all our problems and I think that is not the answer. So how how do we address needs in ways? That are GONNA be helping the people who need to be helped who need more access to resources so actually in Cuba is terrible policy. Not because I don't think we should make sure everyone has enough money to live on but because yet to see you. Bi Policy Address income limits on public assisting housing assistance. That kind of thing and short thousand dollars. A month sounds great. If you're someplace where rent is eight hundred dollars. I'm not sure two thousand dollars gets you in New York. I think it might get you nothing. Actually I'm not sure there's a thousand dollar apartment And so my thing is that it would make more sense to raise not just wages to a living wage but SSD right all of these payments whether they're from earned income or whatever to appoint we we know the math. We know how much apartments cost. We know how much groceries 'cause we know? How much childcare costs? Okay great so if we're GONNA make a universal income because not everyone's able to work so forth a possibility we've got a match right. We can't make it so that when I work I deserve the clean. Well lit beautiful apartment. And you don't because of disability or caretaker during our addiction or whatever whatever your reasons you deserve to live in some Hubble and how dare you enjoy anything like we gotta get that out of the conversation and sort of shift to a place where I would not be versity? Be I as a concept if we were gonNA raise the income limits on everything right but that extra twelve thousand a month would basically disqualify you from other public assistance. Fun Fact. You can't live in America. Offer thousand dollars a month. Just can't just not gonNA happen in any state in the union. As far as I know if there is a state where you can live off of it less than ask how you're living off of it right because if you've got two thousand dollars a month here's my math on why you. Bi doesn't work as written in that plan. If you've two thousand dollars a month and let's say you find somehow a magical time. We are partners. Three hundred dollars a month cool. Do you have health insurance okay. Let's say you've got a medical card? You have no children because you can't four children thousand dollars. You probably don't have a partner. You also don't have any space for emergencies Transit issues health issues. Right you you're getting thousand dollars a month even on a three hundred dollar and I still don't know what the quality that place is going to be. You still got to pay for groceries. You still gotta Pay Utility Bills Right. You still have all those incidental hygiene whatever needs. I don't WanNa police whether or not you get cigarettes or Lanao legal in our state marijuana. Whatever that that does doesn't it right if we're going to say well let's go with you bi. I've never noticed anyone say you know what you'd be? I should be three grand a month right. But three random months. Yeah you move into a place okay. You still can't afford to live in New York but you can live in a lot of places at three grand a month grandma's except for the most expensive cities you're doing okay. And if you and your partner or together well now you can have those kids and Blah Blah Blah. But we're going to resent the person who's making eight thousand a month in UPI right so you're not a scale that down. Say Four thousand say we put a cap three grand a month person but six thousand. Someone's going to say that seventy two thousand so we're going to scale it down again. Why well that's thirty six thousand because when we know that they'll do this because with public assistance right which currently could work out to more money per month in this thousand dollars depending upon which your income subsidies might look like right. Are you getting food stamps? Do you ever childcare subsidy Like heap or one of the other utility bills subsidies all of these things. So let's say we will back down to just the bare meagre standards public assistance. Which is something like five dollars a day in food stamps. I think it is per person. Might be three fifty actually. That's not enough to live on and inflation's bell will ring right but are metric for this is still rooted. I WanNa say twenty five years ago. The last time I looked it's been it's been a couple years since I last looked but the fifth fight for fifteen cool. I was making fifteen dollars an hour in the late nineties right back then was around sixty nine a month rent in Hyde Park in the exact same place where I used to live and I paid six. Seventy five is now sixteen seventy five. I WANNA say in that also is like a euro fifteen dollars a month. So can't afford it so you we is a great concept if we're GONNA make an actual living wage. Yeah if we're not gonNA do that then. This is a stupa conversation. Stop wasting time on the idea that the next thousand dollars a month is magically when you fix anything because dollars a month doesn't cover enough in most people's homes it might like. I said they might be somebody's house. I do not know that person might be but if we're going to disqualify them from all other forms of assistance because they get thousand dollars a month. Well we just made a poor so that's not a helpful now. We're going to give you all of the assistance and a thousand dollars a month cool but then we have to get good of the thing. We resent poor people for not suffering out loud in public where we can see them. I it used to be honest with temps. It's not a secret I'll never forget being in line in the grocery store and someone saying very testily by the woman in front of me who had like a wick formula pod food stamps. Whatever these people having those babies Wa wa thinking. She's had a baby. It looks like for five minutes because this is a pretty new baby and she looks worn out pretty sure. This was not how she envisioned having her first child. Pretty sure whatever happened job loss because we've paid maternity leave partners. Whatever has happened in her life? She's adjusting right now and you don't have enough compassion to let her buy food for her baby person votes. A person's GonNa hear this campaign and be like yeah. I like that because that person spins that much on groceries a month but they think you should only have a thousand dollars if you're poor to horrible thing to say so you said you don't want to be prescriptive but what would it mean if if we could get there to a place where all women first of all women even wanted to be feminist. That would be a step But all women wanted to be feminists and feminist in a way that we're looking for equity for everyone looking at finding those needs for everybody. What what could that then look like? What would that mean in our society So let's let's take out park for example. Yeah Okay so Hyde Park. Their main supporting things like rent control that would mean supporting things like Keeping the schools open And also expanding them it might also mean wild and wacky things like wacky things where we have clinics for people who maybe don't have much money. We have ways for people to avoid violence right not just external but internal we maybe take cups out of the schools like a wild thought. We maybe do something about Chicago's ongoing segregation in terms of teaching staff in schools. We maybe do something about instead of saying those people don't WanNa live in a better neighborhood. We look at what actually happened to. Inglewood. Actually happened to the west side right because Hyde Park loves to complain when people come in from outside of Halloween and things like that but the candy. You're giving away on harper those giant decorations all of that twenty a year. You can't be nice to people with new. Data's not Thanksgiving or Christmas. You can't give baby scandi right. I understand it gets congested in all of these things. I know that sometimes teenagers Rowdy but somehow we perceive teenagers who were not from Hyde Park when whatever metric which really appears to be caller based but okay As somehow more dangerous more threatening than the teenagers in Hyde Park will do the exact same thing. Like if you've ever seen kids from the lab school in Medici you know that they sometimes are ridiculous so I think it would look like saying everyone has a right to exist. Everyone has a right to be safe. Everyone has a right to medical care of quality. Medical care quality mental healthcare. Be Maze. What happened to crime rates if everyone could eat and be in a home that was not falling now like wild thought we can maybe all have pushed. Rotherham even harder to make sure housing right. There's not a reason in Chicago for anyone to be helpless. There's just not yes. We have a lot of people lava blah. We have a lot of failed condo projects. You have so many who burned out buildings. They're just taking up space. Yeah we bought a boarded up buildings that are just taking place I could do without the pretty planters down the median on lake shore drive. If it meant everybody in the House I can. I can do without whatever lights. Repaving the for the fifteenth time. If it meant my neighbors three blocks over didn't have to worry about letting their water rats in their home. That kind of thing right. I heard myself saying to someone that the good thing about Chicago is that we have enough coyotes to keep the rat population. Damn ridiculous statement. It's ridiculous it's not what we should be counting on. It would like pushing for government services to to service the people right. It probably wouldn't give you so taxes Because you would probably have to think about the fact that people who were drinking soda That's the closest source of clean water depending upon your neighborhood in Chicago Right. We had that big municipal project and then they said hey by the way those new pipes. They're gonNA leak lead in your house. You should get a filter or change the line in your house. We're not responsible for it right. And then they can pimped away. Well sure you can put a new line into your house. I'm renting I can buy those special lead water filter to make sure whatever but those water filters thirty five dollars right food stamps living in public housing. Can you afford a thirty five dollar water filter? What's cheaper right? They're not like and never it's never ending need their right. But so does she told more portable and.

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"kendall" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

13:24 min | 1 year ago

"kendall" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"You listening? Hey everyone this is Kelly with two brads. Talking politics part of the family of PODCASTS. And the other broad with me today is Mickey Kendall who is the author of a book that came out last. Fall called Amazon's abolitionist. Activists Graphic History of women's fight for the rights and a new book quite prolific here. called Feminism at notes from the women that a movement forgot. Hi Mickey Hi. Thank you for having me. Thanks for joining me. And I'm super excited. I rarely get to interview in person. So it's fun when we get to actually be in person and it feels appropriate that we're in Chicago. 'cause I think Chicago's very important in in your life and your work so let's start with a little bit. I tell me a little bit about you and and how you got to this place where you put out two books within six months of each other poor life choices now. I'm a Chicago girl. Born and bred that was born Cook County. Hospital grew up on the south side Chicago public schools. I'm just one of those people right and I will argue to death about Chicago Pizza. Andrew Hotdogs Garden. Ketchup doesn't belong on hotdogs or important Chicago facts. But I am with Amazon's I was working on the pitch for hood. Feminism when Alex de Campi who I know through comics work said Hey Looking for someone to do a graphic about feminism and I said okay and I wrote before page pitch. That was very ambitious. We'll put it that way. I was like four thousand BC to the near future. We'RE GONNA use time travel today and let's go as like they're probably not going to take it but that was fun the right and then they were like yes. We'll take it. Also we needed before twenty twenty also. Who's your team? And that's when I learned that they had a head like a plant. They were wrong listeners. They Iran meanwhile I had been working on the pitch for feminism head. Sent it in to a now agent job ehrenberg time. She was not major. Who gave me really great feedback and then I was working together and you sort of think in publishing time. Is this weird thing where things are GonNa Happen? Maybe right. It's a lot of hurry up and wait so sure. I can proceed on pitching to projects at the same time you do though all the time in publishing with a had not followed about was what happens when I'm pitching to projects at the same time in both projects are bought like they both get the green light and then when the dates come back and they're like hey nineteen twenty some parts of that. I had not totally through so I ended up writing both of these in the same year. Don't be me really. Don't be me right. There's a there's about six months. Overlap run researching and writing one and I am drafting stuff for the other one end so yea they are coming out excellent. I M probably never going to do this to myself again. I'm lying probably well excellent so I mentioned before we started recording that my eight year. Old Loved Amazon's abolitionist and activists. I just keep calling it. Abat sons and he keeps spilling in the rest. He's like that so tell me a little bit about what kind of what you were looking to accomplish. That ended up being this. This really as you mentioned really ambitious project so one of the things. This is GonNa be a soapbox. I apologize in advance for the box. We like so boxes here. Okay good a lot of people. Think they don't like history right. I think it's boring. They learn this long list of dates. Rate the battle of hastings and all of these things and despair always an isolation from whatever's happening around them and so then you remember the numbers. You don't know why you remember any of that. You don't know for instance that Martin Luther King in an frank born in the same year that they would have been walking around in the world at the same time facing very different but very connected struggles. You don't know that slavery. Jim Crow and reservations in all of this is happening in the. Us is in part inspiration. For what Hitler goes on to do in Germany were to you. Don't see any of that because we don't connect those dots for you before college. While by that point histories option. You never have to learn anything more than basic history right in college. Otherwise case you're twelve you learn the same handful of people for Black History month you learn the constitution for a couple of years in a row you do some social studies right. Anu basically out kindergarten through eighth grade with a very cursory understanding history as it relates to you. Then you go to school and you'll take us history which is another round of constitution among other things you may take world history and then you're history. Requirements are over for the rest of your life right. You might take a black history class or something like that in their depending upon your school and your states curriculum but even then you could come out thinking you know American history and subconsciously think that slavery happened. Lincoln freed the slaves. Black people went in a bubble somewhere onto martin luther king appeared. And that was it right. You really don't learn very much about what happened for what we're one much less where we're too and you definitely don't learn what's going on the rest of the world and you might even come out believing that indigenous. Americans had no cities walking around in forests like we have some very weird narratives that appear so what I wanted to do was show people that would be reading. It's largely aimed twelve. I would argue. It's like a PG thirteen movie some kids under twelve or totally GONNA be into. Some kids might need a little more mom support. But that I wanted kids to understand not only what was happening in the world as it related to them at any point but also how these things related to each other to bring us to where we are now and you don't learn history this way where it's really fun and interesting unless you good history class in college right and then you learn all kinds of stuff Major ended up being history. That was not my original major and you will find all of a sudden. Why don't people know this stuff? Well the answer is we never really taught it to them. We certainly didn't teach it in a way that they would be able to retain it or want to retain it or no they needed it but most explicitly largely you don't learn about four thousand BC and women's rights in ancient Egypt. You'll wonder about women history. You don't worry about black women in History. You don't want anybody else in history. You don't even realize that. Disability and labor activism are key parts of women's history because we don't teach sway right but obviously women are Disabled Women Work Women Are Warriors. Women do all of these things. Other people are present in the world besides like five White Dude's we learn about K. Through twelve yeah. And it's it's so exciting to me to think that my kids are GonNa have access to these ideas so much earlier in life that I was in Grad school probably before I thought about a lot of this and you know that's so it's so great to know that there are some problems that we all need to solve that person not great but that That they'll have access to learning that information and in a way that is fun. You know like Teddy loved reading anything. That's a graphic novel. Anything that has words he's probably GonNa read but But loved it and wanted to keep reading it and devoured it over the course of a couple of days and that being able then to take those ideas and and think about them and apply them to other things that are going on in life I think is so valuable for kids You know for all kids but especially for kids like our kids who are living in the city or dealing with people who are different than them all of the time being able to think about that in real terms instead of just like uttering people super valuable I think it is super important because we sort of create a situation where we expect adults to learn things as a kid that we know. We don't teach children but then we sort of shame adults for not knowing these things and it's like well when winning your average education. Do you have access and then even as an adult. Do you know where to look and the other thing the other reason I wanted to do it this way. Not everyone is a good reader. That doesn't mean they're not a good learner. It just means they're not a good reader Or they're able to engage with the block of texts. This book would otherwise be when wanted it to be something really attractive fun to read that you don't people would want to come back to because we don't really retain everything we read the I read. I think it's the average is something like fourth the fourth pass through third or fourth. Pass through as you start to really lock in the memories for life. I wanted this to be something people WanNa to come back and actually look at again and again and again and hand off to their kids. Their kids friends that kind of thing Someone came to one of the events and that was her stocking stuffer for the family. That year elaborate. Yeah yeah well so I think that takes us nicely than into hood feminism Which is of course geared more toward adults in so. Tell me a little bit about sort of what what you wanted to do. Writing this book and you know I think lots of potential audiences for the book. Were you writing with a specific audience in mind just specific audiences in mind or not? I so hood. Feminism is a look at what feminism is doing for women and to some degree to some women. And what I might target audience is anyone who's interested in feminism and impact and what it could do should do that kind of that kind of conversation. I wanted it to be a book for all women. Not just the Kademi not just women who are big names or whatever for all all of that. I also wanted to make sure that it was inclusionary. Because you know Trans Women are women. Non Binary people don't suddenly start having a connection to feminism because they're non binary being gender non conforming is not or should not be a reason to be excluded from feminist rhetoric or feminists conversations so hood. Feminism goal is more to talk about what we could do what we maybe secretary. What we should do is not intended to be wholly prescriptive. Not Think they expert on everything? I this is perspective as someone who really felt excluded by Feminism. For a really long time on why that felt that way and on why other people felt that way back in two thousand thirteen. Hashtag solidarity is for White Women. I was angry and I was telling someone about themselves but also it trended globally for hours. Like seven million people eleven countries and one of the reasons trend. It was that there were all of these people in all of these places was really honestly very similar complaints about what white middle-class mainstream feminist rhetoric was doing for them into them. You know and so when you get into that place and you really look at it. It's like well we're back to do people know what they're doing right. We talk a lot about women's empowerment. What women are we empowering? What are we empowering them to do with technically empowered? Megan Kelly to tell small children. Santa Claus must be white or else. It's not a thing I really wanted to do. Let's talk about that. Yes that's the idea. So how do you define feminism? And part of the reason I ask is because I think that we've done a terrible job defining it for a very long time in all sorts of ways But also because I think there's still a lot of people who will who will sit there and tell you I'm not a feminist too. I think if you really look at what I do. I find feminism. They are feminist. I and people who like you said don't feel included in feminism. So so what would your sort of idealized definition of feminism be my idealized definition of feminism would be equity for all so it would not necessarily be about becoming a CEO. You know that kind of thing but would instead be about everyone having their basic needs met and being able to pursue their dreams from a place where women are in fact able to work together we recognize. We have differences in that. There's all of this happening in the world in different places in different times different challenges different obstacles but that we are working collectively to improve the quality of life for everyone that's my idealized definition in execution. Unfortunately part of the reason people feel isolated as that to some degree when we get mired in whether or.

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"kendall" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

11:57 min | 1 year ago

"kendall" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"Yeah yeah welcome to another episode of just tips and advice podcast. It's equally about its tangents. ACID is about. It's tips Muros Mega to with kind of a little bit of a cold but today to to help me help you in perfect health is what it looks like is Kendall Long. Let's hope so low there. Are you feeling under the weather at all. I feel I I feel a little bit kind of sick. It could be just that season but I just went on a road trip with my boyfriend so it could have been like. We did a lot of snow exploration flirtations. So I feel like maybe. That's my little weird. Do you ski or snowboard or anything snowboard. I love snowboarding. We didn't go snowboarding on this little trip. But that's like my I really. I've only skied is snowboarding. Harder is I think skied before I've heard that skiing is easier because you have more control But I I'm a California girl so I grew up. Surfing and so- snowboarding was just kind of the same kind of frozen frozen waves. What snowboarding longer break you? Listening may know Kendall from her appearances on the Bachelor and Bachelor in paradise or even her very own podcast down to date them. I'm today where you bring to strangers into studio in. They go on a blind date. Yup Yeah Homie more. It's it's it's been really fun basically. I'm practicing my matchmaking skills. I match people and put them together in a studio and the interesting thing is to kind of be a third wheel as this couple is. It is well. I can't really say couple but as people are getting to know each other so it's a really interesting position to be in. Yeah so where do you find the people so all all over. I mean. I've found friends friends of friends. People will come in and say they want to be a part of it. So it's I mean everyone's welcome. WHOA yeah Own My gosh. That's I was like. I imagine like any dating show. That's like I guess more of a not like we'll because I mean I don't know anything anything about being on the bachelor so you can tell me everything but like I seem like you would cast people and then like sometimes it would work and sometimes it wouldn't but these and these are people that are really wanting to find someone in your kind of like that person that's very it all out. Yeah and I'm learning how to be an expert third wheel so I'm actually the planning on matching my sister up with somebody soon and my friend next podcast we're doing. I am Ambreen one of my best friends since college in and going to match her with someone that I've been really excited to match her with so it's been really fun okay. I'm so fascinated so you have people come in and then do you ask them questions or do they. You just kind of talk and then you steer them in directions so I have different. Sections that are built to have people opened up about themselves So I do have a lot of questions. The question games and in the beginning I have them say their entire life story in one minute. Oh it's fun to kind of play that game to see all the surface level stuff out of the way and then we go more more indepth that the questions and then they interview each other What I leave the room so they can kind of snow each other a little bit more and then at the end they say if they're down to date or not that is so who'll when did you come up with that idea and I think it was probably about five months ago my friend came up to me and he he had the idea of doing a dating podcast because I was in the bachelor dating world and I never thought I'd ever do a podcast because there's a lot of bachelor people that do podcasts and I just didn't really want to be in that world But then this idea came along and it was completely different than Just talking about the show that I was on so it was actually matching people up which related to the show but I can help other people open up and I think I learned a lot about Being on the bachelor how being open and asking the right questions like showed who you were in such a short period of time can actually facilitate a strong connection. So I I kind of wanted to translate that to the podcast totally in your experience. What's one of the best questions that someone could ask on a first date who I think my favorite question is at what age did you learn the most about yourself? Oh my by hills all over who love questions like that. Yeah because I I would play around with a lot of different questions but It's interesting how everyone has a different perception of the the people that they meet right and so it's kind of triggered on like the it's kind of hard explained was triggered on the questions that you ask him. How you facilitate your relationships so you can you? You can bring out a completely different side of so many different of one person so I had a lot of fun experimenting with that in the show. And so I wanted to bring that to this and and Hopefully have a first date that would be unlike any I state. That is more so like the same questions over and over again. This one talks about In the PODCAST. I try to talk about like exes or your relationship with your family and friends or Just like really hard times. You've gone through so it just Kinda gets down to the nitty gritty right right away. That's I love talking about deep stuff like right off the bat. Have you ever had anyone that was kind of shying away from that all the time time. Oh yeah but I think the most important thing I asked when people don't give is just to say why You know like why do you think that. Oh why and you know Oh and I feel like that or does not saying anything and just meeting we. Yeah because some people are uncomfortable with the silence. They're like oh I'm going to. I'm going to say more right so yeah I think I read that in a book one time. That's like yeah you want someone to say something some more. Just stop talking exactly. Just wait somebody they something I think the conversations you walk away from that people walk away from they think are the like the best conversations pad are the ones where they talked the most about themselves. CBS Oh really. Yeah I mean not like in a Oh it's all about me but it's more so like oh I was actually able to express myself and have this person gets to know who I really was. And there's a lot of excitement right behind that is I don't think we have a lot of conversations where we can have like are exposed who we truly believe we are end to be seen and heard and understood understood and not like interrupted. Yes exactly right. Oh this reminds me I did. Although it's not intentional because it's naturally go back and forth in conversation about things as you know but when you actually give your full attention to that person their story. It's it's an interesting thing that doesn't happen often as we'd hope I think that's so smart doing it in a podcast setting too because when your studio your phones are off you're directly. I two. I think that's so good and also with dating. It's it's usually what like coffee or drink or like alcohol's involved or there's like other stimulants that's kind of taking away from the moment exactly than being in a studio it's like no you gotTa to answer these questions. I had wine an shot. I think two episodes we had someone bring wine and so we did drink wine. Should I always prefer the ones that are just where people do you feel uncomfortable because you want to live life at the edge of your comfort zone. That's so I'm I love it. I love everything about it. I states are usually horrible. Those sound really good. Does it ever get like not cringe but anywhere where you're like us so much. There's so many cringely moments. Well cringes windiest. Moment is usually at the end when people say if they're down to date or not something about dating and honesty is really hard now. So if you're or not feeling it with somebody it's hard to say you're not feeling it was somebody and it's not necessarily because that person's not like a cool person you know like who you are but I just you know I. I don't see myself being relationship with you. That's what I wish. I could do a little bit better because I if I go on a first date with somebody which is very very seldom. I hardly ever go on for states but then because because if I one day and I like them I'm just with them for four years. I never at the very end of the day. They're like okay link or they already have my number and like talk to you soon. I'm like great by and then they'll try and schedule something else and I'll just never be available. That's what happens. vins where it's like the the dishonesty initially causes for more confusion in more pain later down the line right never intentional totally but it. That's what dating eating APPS for like. You know what I mean. It's it's kind of like either. You're really in it and you want to make it happen or you try to find a way to slowly disappear which I think. That's all of the ones that I've ever ever had specifically I've never had a good. I guess experience but I know it definitely works for other people. I just eat I. I'm so so beating around the Bush all the time when it comes to dating I wish I could be like. Hey I don't really see future with us but I wish you the best might be like the people pleasing aspect. I used to be like that as well. I mean relationship now but when I also am the same way when I date. It's hard for me just to be honest. I'm not interested. Always want them to to feel at least face to face which is probably the worst way to do it like face to face like Oh yes great next time so excited and then later down the line. I'm like actually actually I'm just really busy right. I mean if you want I think one thing I always lived. I WanNa when dating is if someone wants to get you they will if they don't make an excuse yeah Yeah I got. Yeah that's with every dating hanging out seeing you working. Yeah it's a whole game. I remember when I saw that seem like a while ago. And it just hit me in a different way. It's like if they want to be with you they will. I know that's hard. Hey we've all had that person that just didn't and it's totally cool tapie. Not In the moment. But I've had people who were just like not feeling it and I was feeling it. Yeah I'm sure it's happened the opposite way. I mean you can't be everyone's you know type or everyone's like girl. I didn't a guy that said if we aren't pushing each other forward or inspiring each other we're holding each other back Um Yeah my dated. But it's so true like the minute that you guys are working against each other then it should be done on. If you're not willing to work together for each other executive everyone should be giving one hundred percent. It's not a competition you know so well that's about about dating yes learn more about. This is a game we call Bursa. I it's one round of rapid fire questions everything from your first job to the first time you cried in public. That's the hardest one and now I'm thinking whatever y'all stop you have to explain elaborate or tell the full story to my jacket jets. Yeah that's what I know something. Israel's like if I put my hair up ever done an escape room before yes I I did at one time it was actually on a first date and really cool. I state but I felt kind of like a Zombie when I was actually legit like really freaked out and I felt like you might not have survived Zombie apocalypse. And that was kind of like a a little. Thanks to hang a I kind. I kind of solve that puzzle with an escape room head like was he super into no. I think this is the first one to. Oh wow so you can undisguised. It's hard to show like you're intensely competitive side on your first date and I'm like I'm like I'm going to solve this also really freaked out but I'm going to figure this is out and we we got out of there. So wow that's I feel like escape. Rooms bring out very true colors to people so that's so fascinating that was your. Does I write. Oh I should do that not. I'm super into them. So maybe I shouldn't do that. No that'd be an attractive characteristics..

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"kendall" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"kendall" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"Up though the promise. pull up your pants tallies and Brag about your. I mean if that's six inches. I'm feeling pretty good about that. Because I was laying in the hospital bed and it was all bandaged up in the day after surgery injury and the doctor comes in and I asked him about the incision and everything and he goes. Yeah at six centimeters long. We did three screws and a plate in your hip and then after a couple of days and I take the bandage off six centimeters long six centimeters like an inch and a half and I was like that's surprisingly small turns out six inches long and it turns out. They put five screws and a plate in my hip tip so I don't know if it was like a communication thing they ask you a consent beforehand. I that's so invasive yes very invasive they they did. Ask My consent hopped on painkillers when they asked like five screws. Like wait Nano three but you on so you know. Each one is not mentioned last week but when they were doing all that stuff like I was like hopped up on painkillers and they were like we're doing this. We're doing this or doing this. Consign this form and I'm like okay okay and then I woke up a couple of hours later but I don't WanNa talk about me too much today because we obviously have Kendall in studio she's going to be our co host here. Yeah we've got a great episode for you guys. We've got Kendall obviously want to catch up with her and jared was just in San Francisco. Doing almost famous live. I want to hear more about that. Yeah we were in San Francisco's past weekend. We had an almost almost fit. Oh I didn't actually and Ben had an almost famous live podcast. It was a Lotta Fun. Like four hundred people came out but the reason I bring it up is because when I went went onstage. Because that was one of the guests I went off to Derrick and got on stage and obviously I'm shamelessly plugging this podcast telling everybody to listen to subscribe subscribe comment. Follow us on instagram. And then somebody from the audience goes held by circuit dating. So then I. Yeah so I started doing it and I got at least forty percent of the people to start chanting held by suck at dating..

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"kendall" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"kendall" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"Up though the promise. pull up your pants tallies and Brag about your. I mean if that's six inches. I'm feeling pretty good about that. Because I was laying in the hospital bed and it was all bandaged up in the day after surgery injury and the doctor comes in and I asked him about the incision and everything and he goes. Yeah at six centimeters long. We did three screws and a plate in your hip and then after a couple of days and I take the bandage off six centimeters long six centimeters like an inch and a half and I was like that's surprisingly small turns out six inches long and it turns out. They put five screws and a plate in my hip tip so I don't know if it was like a communication thing they ask you a consent beforehand. I that's so invasive yes very invasive they they did. Ask My consent hopped on painkillers when they asked like five screws. Like wait Nano three but you on so you know. Each one is not mentioned last week but when they were doing all that stuff like I was like hopped up on painkillers and they were like we're doing this. We're doing this or doing this. Consign this form and I'm like okay okay and then I woke up a couple of hours later but I don't WanNa talk about me too much today because we obviously have Kendall in studio she's going to be our co host here. Yeah we've got a great episode for you guys. We've got Kendall obviously want to catch up with her and jared was just in San Francisco. Doing almost famous live. I want to hear more about that. Yeah we were in San Francisco's past weekend. We had an almost almost fit. Oh I didn't actually and Ben had an almost famous live podcast. It was a Lotta Fun. Like four hundred people came out but the reason I bring it up is because when I went went onstage. Because that was one of the guests I went off to Derrick and got on stage and obviously I'm shamelessly plugging this podcast telling everybody to listen to subscribe subscribe comment. Follow us on instagram. And then somebody from the audience goes held by circuit dating. So then I. Yeah so I started doing it and I got at least forty percent of the people to start chanting held by suck at dating..

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"kendall" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"kendall" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"I mean if that's six inches. I'm feeling pretty good about that. Because I was laying in the hospital bed and it was all bandaged up in the day after surgery injury and the doctor comes in and I asked him about the incision and everything and he goes. Yeah at six centimeters long. We did three screws and a plate in your hip and then after a couple of days and I take the bandage off six centimeters long six centimeters like an inch and a half and I was like that's surprisingly small turns out six inches long and it turns out. They put five screws and a plate in my hip tip so I don't know if it was like a communication thing they ask you a consent beforehand. I that's so invasive yes very invasive they they did. Ask My consent hopped on painkillers when they asked like five screws. Like wait Nano three but you on so you know. Each one is not mentioned last week but when they were doing all that stuff like I was like hopped up on painkillers and they were like we're doing this. We're doing this or doing this. Consign this form and I'm like okay okay and then I woke up a couple of hours later but I don't WanNa talk about me too much today because we obviously have Kendall in studio she's going to be our co host here. Yeah we've got a great episode for you guys. We've got Kendall obviously want to catch up with her and jared was just in San Francisco. Doing almost famous live. I want to hear more about that. Yeah we were in San Francisco's past weekend. We had an almost almost fit. Oh I didn't actually and Ben had an almost famous live podcast. It was a Lotta Fun. Like four hundred people came out but the reason I bring it up is because when I went went onstage. Because that was one of the guests I went off to Derrick and got on stage and obviously I'm shamelessly plugging this podcast telling everybody to listen to subscribe subscribe comment. Follow us on instagram. And then somebody from the audience goes held by circuit dating..

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"kendall" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"kendall" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"Kendall Long. What's up? Suck argue it. It's so good to be here. You guys want to know what I realized the suck. No I still love it. You Guys WanNa WanNa realize on the way over to the podcast today. This is the fourth worth calendar year. That helped by suck dating has been around and I know that's a bit of embellishment because technically we've only been doing it for twenty eight months but it started in two thousand seventeen twenty eight twenty nine hundred now in two thousand twenty four calendar years and that. It's definitely the longest commitment I've ever had in. My life is ever done anything absolutely and sure I've been in and out up and down throughout the whole four years but you know I'm on my own I've been with an SI charon but here we are back in studio. It's my assignments in two thousand and twenty. If you haven't listened to last week's episode feel free to do that. We check in on me. I called in from yes and and Kind of updated. You is on my injury and I can kind of continue to that as the recovery goes on. You WanNa see the scar real quick. Yes it looks it looks tattoo. Yeah kind of looks like a Senate panel which one is it. Centipede would be. It would be much more a little. I feel like it would have more for the audience. Who can't see above the so? It's on his right fi on the right side right above his instagram verified tattoo. It's about I'd say a four and a half inches five inches long six inches six inches into six inches. It doesn't seem like six inches. I I think you're rounding up though the promise. pull up your pants tallies and Brag about your..

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"kendall" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"kendall" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"Kendall Long. What's up? Suck argue it. It's so good to be here. You guys want to know what I realized the suck. No I still love it. You Guys WanNa WanNa realize on the way over to the podcast today. This is the fourth worth calendar year. That helped by suck dating has been around and I know that's a bit of embellishment because technically we've only been doing it for twenty eight months but it started in two thousand seventeen twenty eight twenty nine hundred now in two thousand twenty four calendar years and that. It's definitely the longest commitment I've ever had in. My life is ever done anything absolutely and sure I've been in and out up and down throughout the whole four years but you know I'm on my own I've been with an SI charon but here we are back in studio. It's my assignments in two thousand and twenty. If you haven't listened to last week's episode feel free to do that. We check in on me. I called in from yes and and Kind of updated. You is on my injury and I can kind of continue to that as the recovery goes on. You WanNa see the scar real quick. Yes it looks it looks tattoo. Yeah kind of looks like a Senate panel which one is it. Centipede would be. It would be much more a little. I feel like it would have more for the audience. Who can't see above the so? It's on his right fi on the right side right above his instagram verified tattoo. It's about I'd say a four and a half inches five inches long six inches six inches into six inches. It doesn't seem like six inches. I I think you're rounding up though the promise. pull up your pants tallies and Brag about your..

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"kendall" Discussed on The Secret Lives of Black Women

The Secret Lives of Black Women

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"kendall" Discussed on The Secret Lives of Black Women

"Is the secret is a black woman i'm lauren i'm sharla and in today we're talking to mickey kindle like a mickey kendall renaissance woman she does all the things mickey isn't probably follow her on twitter you definitely follow her twitter twitter she's an author and activist cultural critic her work often focuses on cultural events meteorology sensation the politics of food and history the feminist movement she's written several books the most recent ones are abolitionists and activists and hood feminism she's also the creator of the viral twitter hashtag solidarity's for white women which criticized criticized racism in the feminist movement as well as fast held girls a reference to the hyper sexualization of black girls and you know usually we have a theme but today mickey's joining us on skype when i mean i feel like when you have mickey kindle in the room you can't focus on one theme so we talk about all the things we talk about out knowing when to walk away we talk about week men we talk about stress we talk about writing talk about dream meals and one one of the big things that hit me is like when you know early in the conversation we talk about knowing when you need to walk away from something let's not serving you that's not aligned so good and a really has made me like sit back and be like oh shit those moments in my life in which like either everything my body was just like don't do this and you did it anyway and because you didn't because i didn't i'm within yeah you know yeah it's one i literally just call it listening to your body people can call it whatever they want they can call it like you know paying attention attention to the universe i hate saying universe i feel like that of course you do but i feel like when you're in the wrong place in your life or you're doing the wrong thing and your your your body gives you signals to either leave or walk away or say goodbye or move onto the next thing and we stay because of fear in this conversation with mickey kendall when she she really liked lays it out but in like grown woman speak like she lays it out like to really listen to those moments and pay attention gin and take action i was just like so into this conversation because we've talked about this work this is the kind of thing these are the kinds of things that we've done in our lives and they're always scary but i feel like i'm better off for it i'm better yeah well you are often better off just to listen to yourself because i feel and sometimes this is the fear and listening to yourself often listening to your body is that it often goes against the grain of what you think of other people's reactions are how you think other people will feel so you just stay day in that flow right right and i feel like whenever i've done that it bites me in the and the sad thing about it is we're afraid of saying it's other people because of their reactions and their reactions usually are negative may usually are projecting their own fears because that's what they've been taught taught and you go out there with no support and you knew it anyway so it sucks but it sucks but it's you know we just have to get into the conversation because i wanna i wanna i wanna spoiler alert but at one point i don't care people don't like me and i feel like that's the answer to this predicament and let's get.

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"kendall" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

14:49 min | 1 year ago

"kendall" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Acid engine into a car and run illegally if you run cats which is Kinda cool they'll see the the market you get crazy people and I it will be someone that just wants to do to prove can be done yeah which is singer and then it'll eventually triplets way down it being viable and then someone will say hundred thousand I can do that for sixty or you know and we'll singers got a lot of copycats now you can you can get most of a singer for less than half the money the thing about singer when I drove one of his guy I think I don't know if he knows this but I drove David neals car when it was before it was delivered I went out there with Dan banks my crew chief and we were getting a tour and Shaimaa say hey driving my dumping this guard take what what struck me kind of like what we talked about her the cars are too fast there's too much grip that car was perfectly scaled for the road yeah and so that's the thing you know I I won't say it'll never be mainstream but it'll take the enthusiast group to to move the Martin and demands and someone will someone will go that way with a mass produced new car and you're getting there a little bit because it used to be like when people try to go down market and the aspirational brands Porsche Mercedes one it was a cheap Mercedes Porsche when I drive mccown I don't think I don't say this or or a came in I don't see this cheap Nashi more they say this is a small port yeah and my wife likes small big car so that's part of it because people don't want to be in the small cars from a status standpoint right it's cheap and so if you can get over that status hurdle which with the job I had the bottom spider all week and it does not feel like a downgrade in quality from nine eleven it's smaller and the nine to is is is really a nice step forward so this matches a little more with the outgoing car but the less it's screwed together really tight and it's made of like really nice stuff and the fact that it's like not as fast as the turbo motors like it doesn't bother me at least six p like just good death like what's what's not to like good balance great card do you do you think that because power used to be really hard to get to extract from a car that then when it became a little easier in the nineties especially now with turbo charging and more oem cars coming with force induction everyone really excited and it was like like enthusiast like Oh awesome we can finally have power easily that we've always wanted and it's drifted away from suspension and handling and then you have people like us who kind of get to experience a lot more that's out there and go hey I think things are getting too fast it's not actually is fun because you can't use it very much let's drift back to handling it balance you know it's like if you look at am gee up those have just more of everything they've the early Jeez were more or less L. power straight line yeah and so now they're they're really well rounded so I I think everyone gets to choose but until people say a that's too much in the mainstream not going because they don't they don't understand that I didn't understand how important it was for a long time until I did a back to back test with the one hundred fifty sounds so via the mainstream like just sees more power more it just just dragging so that's the point is when you're looking on paper I used to I used to have that the table in the front of road and track memorized and it was every car they test it was zero to sixty it was stopping distance it was lateral acceleration I had probably mild in so I still remember the two cars that were tied for the highest lateral acceleration it was a coon tosh point eight five two gs and I think a three eight five point the three eight wow suburban with flat tires you know the I remember very distinctly my twenty ten Ford Raptor would to a point eight six Blau which is particularly good for a truck but it's very contact patch and a really wide travel ah the point is people in in the comparison wars more is better better better in so you need ah voices like yours where you you really rave about how much fun it is to drive yeah eventually that moves the needle Moore's indefinitely not not better meat especially if you had to make something bigger and heavier to to to to add stability and whatever because you've now thrown so much horsepower at it I don't it doesn't it it just cancel each other out ends ends up being less fun but again how most people use their car and so some of these big heavy things are great to drive around yeah we'll have mean heavy does also equate to luxury in a Lotta ways if you drive like you've had a go in four G. not right not the road race car obviously but the but not the road card ever the roker it's very light and it has not much installation but it's feels almost kind of tinny you go we'll this doesn't feel expensive even though the tennis is why it's so expensive because it's also thin that's that's an inter- I was thinking about it coming in here that's an interesting point because that's a different metric of of the experience in so cars are way faster down there used to be but none of them feel quite as they feel as fast but like an early turbo yeah the way the turbo lights and it just it feels faster than a car with fifty more horsepower yeah there has me fun yeah and so so there's one of these things where it needs you can't tell someone what what they should like but some of them are guided by voices like yours and some are guided by you know sales people in marketing materials and so forth so if people understand stood like Colin Chapman about how important every single Graham was then they'll put up with that they'll say okay no problem you know and so people just want their ipod to see their phone to connect and you know what I mean a the mainstream does and that's why I think we really have to look to these niche manufacturers and hope that the the supercar people and and the people who are good at sports cars keep doing it they're doing like porsches shifter and pedals are so good in the manual cars that like please don't deprive us of that like he just got the drive his first vintage Ferrari last week and which is which is various three Oh eight gt four okay is the best one of the Best I've ever felt that just touches it quickly it's just so good I I want I want a uh I five fifty five fifty yeah our all our all five fifty s when did you start I you might have been able to get a five fifty with F one I think okay but moving lows to the five seven fives are Wa yeah a five seven five and a stick as expensive but five fifteen is stick is an awesome car right you should want one because it's the right car yes and it is dealing light full yeah the most the saddest thing about Ferrari non making manuals is that they were so good at it yep like that's the thing like thereof so fucking theatrics anyway they're steering wheel bullshit I'm surprised they haven't Porsche almost went too far and then and the nine eleven ours like Oh yeah people pay more for this while they saw him for the way people flipping those things for eight hundred they went oh hang on we need a we weena cut this this isn't the other people are not going to be making that that flipper cash we need to cut right now it's amazing how if you go back to I think it was what was the the white I see I'm the nine nine nine nine seven nine thousand seven he was that the one that was white was the picture car that showed up probably it was the first one that launched white cars before then there was no sense thing is white hardly white cars in that car looked so beautiful and trade what do you mean launched white cars it they're not beverly every everything was silver and black doc is my Po fucking silver there's no come on I guess some you can get custom shop stuff you mean like that like the two thousand seven gt three yes yeah and the whole body in white race car kind of look yeah but no-one ordered expensive cars in white really again and I remember when I bought I loved it but then I read I read that the most common color of cars at that time was white but I think he was cheap cars luxury cars taking about it you make a good point Sir I'm trying to picture ninety late mid ninety s to mid two thousand cars in white and I'm actually he kind of having trouble Diablo's not a lot of white three sixties three fifty five's no fucking white four thirties very very little the gt any is there even one in white I don't even know that's a good point wow I mean I've never heard that that way see that in in white for while you see a lot of red cars and I think it was the Ferrari backlash and also people got scared of the Cops Oh is that a white career G. T. we on one is that it maybe it's a wrap wims weekly White Porsche Carrera G T heading auction will now I know why they're not white that's not good enough car is in white doesn't work there lines in most cars unless it's nighttime under fog under the perfect perfect streetlight career GT. It's all about that silver over terra cotta that's what you need there I read this is good redneck red is good too this is believed to be the only car of the twelve hundred seventy made that is painted white yeah so yeah so this one yeah have you driven those before I I drove the gentleman who's Garage in Malibu Oh yeah we went out there and we and I'd met him so I knew him but we shut up with people you know and this time he was the largest customer in America and so he had just all these there was three sixteen times three sixty seasons dollars follies and then gt and then he had to Craig tease his and hers for no one's allowed to drive my wife's but I want you to I would just to feel the difference between the two years in the clutch so I have an updated clutch miles on or something the clutch was slightly different from afford oh five what was the difference was easier it was easier to get muffed line the only time I ever drove when you just let it out without giving it any gas at all and it was the worked that might have been the newer one maybe it was a newer I don't remember actually what you're was it was fucking cool though we we all mm yeah out through Malibu it's one of the coolest cars ever made yeah Oh yeah the I I told the story on one of the Robert Dower specials has called decades of disruption but I remember the first time I saw a a career at ut I heard it I I was that The Coffee Bean Malibu this is in probably oh five oh four or five and I hear this noise I'm like what is that it looks like a time trial by just those they're they're so amazing buying one like what the year before the nine eighteen came out would have been the best investment you can make because they instantly doubled and you own a karate take one day one day you're not for me I'm I'm tapped out for them no thanks I mean no I mean but the faster than you can yeah I'm not I can't catch up to that level a car that's gone son give me your four favorite classics that that you think you're you you still think you have a shot at at buying yeah that are that are that are reaching totally I want an eighties Ferrari I haven't decided which one yet I I don't want to try a Mondiale Jason Kameda tells me that the Mondale is actually the one to buy and he actually knows but I enjoyed the three eight drove actually and I think I think that could be are you can put five thousand or six thousand miles on just enjoy it and then get your back do more portions just more than nine nine three maybe I don't know and then another skyline you build you build your recession lists you know when you're buying lists I'm so tapped out I I bought this Lamborghini and and I I can't have anything else look how nice about this car do I so I tough one thousand nine hundred eighty montiel eight if you pull up the nineteen eighty nine Montiel tea which it's substantially prettier looking that you picked bad one who has a thing for Montiel's is Peter Baron who's a team owner team owner out of Florida he'll get a white a white convertible collection of Mondale couple by C one like every cars and coffee and I asked you about it so Montiel T- is the three eighths it has a trans excuse me a longitudinal engine so it has basically what became the three forty eight power rain it has a longer wheelbase though and it has power steering okay so as a as a car that you could like drive around the city and put put a bunch of miles on they actually supposedly Dr substantially better than the regular three eight three twenty eight that's all that.

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"kendall" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

12:53 min | 1 year ago

"kendall" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"On this episode of the show we got legendary racer commentator journalist and all around hilarious dude owner of the silliest car in southern California Tommy Kendall is on the show this dude is a an La native a legend Transam and IMSA racing and he now does there's a lot of the trackside commentary as well as talk show with Justin Bell who was just on the program last week Tommy Kendall on this topic broadcasting horsepower. Silly what's up everybody sound podcast racing legend Cock mobile her Tommy Kendall was in the house and if you don't think that's Tommy Kendall's car you are kidding yourselves state racing legend daily driver I wouldn't tell the story but you prefaced it with that my birthday was Thursday thank you and my mom says she was sent me a card I bought this card months ago and I'm like how could this card say and mom's pretty funny but so it says most people give birth to a child but me I opened it up and say I gave birth to a legend and it's not because of the racing car actually it's such a great can can we start on the chicken car- like where did you find this well first off those not watching the video feed what are we king at is a seventy-three owl's ninety eight with a huge four foot fiberglass rooster head on the roof on the on top of the vinyl top and the you know roughly similar heights tail fiberglass coming off the trunk twenty two feet long it is it's a beautiful car got it for the rooster but I've grown to appreciate the lines of the seventy-three look around meals on wheels very good trim line the lower line connects to the front there's actually got some real nice subtlety to it if you look through the yellow yes you got to see through the yellow ones tiffany clock I've got my packet the package I have has a tiffany looks good and brown I liked pro touring one on the top right he like oh it's a four four two oh so you could four four two it out if you wanted out of it sure does that's when they used to have painted brochures sir there was it from the fried chicken place on at the end of aviation down Redondo that guy third tried to buy mine and sell it knocked it off and the reason I know it's probably a knockoff is because he went with the cheap cheaper owl's he also did it on an old there it is that's that's awesome into or is that a tutor is that a four door four door yeah really high the back door well good dwell its good sweet so the way I came on I mean the the car is story machine the first story is how I came to when I was sitting in my office over in Glendale my dad's ray shop on a rainy day in nineteen ninety seven and I heard this noise and went to the window and I looked out and there was this car sitting there with no one in it clucking and I was like I said I gotTa have it that was the first thing that popped into my head so I waited finally person came out from next door got in the car drive away when flagger down now that I knew clocking up the road yeah it has a soundtrack that clock so it's so they now that I own the car I know people want to buy it they want to rent it they wanNA photographic oats nonstop and anymore ignore them she didn't own the car it was here from Ohio for low buck movie this actor writer director producer slash really there was was had borrowed the car from this guy that guy had money in the movie who owned it in Columbus and was out here it got and so she was joyriding was parked at her house I flagged her down got a picture of me in front of it that that was key because I sent that autoweek I gave her an op she said we'll make an offer I'll pass it along to the guy there it this is the second this is to point out the original car had rust in the region had running boards van running boards and you stopped at a light I eat here this noise and it was the rust falling out of the doors hitting the aluminum running boards dropping and so I said as a car it's worth zero but as this awesomeness it's worth a lot so I hit the middle and offered her thirty five hundred bucks anyways never heard a word from her but when I ended up with the car a phone number was scribbled on a piece of paper in the back seat because I sent the picture autoweek autoweek ran it on their back page but wait there's more yeah they invited me Oh it was when the new swift indycar had debuted I made a comment about everyone's raving about the swift winning at homestead in its debut this is the real machine I'm trying to track down they ran the photo again a few months later I get a call from Mark Vaughan back when we had answering machine I was racing in Phoenix transam race and there's a mess hey mark Vaughan someone called the office here it says that car you want is an impound yard in Santa Monica so long story short I bought it at a police impound Shell yes Santa Monica for eight hundred ninety there you go trillo drove it home I had to get a key made okay but then drove it up yeah awesome yes eight hundred well Speight Ninety five wait but you said two point oh so but you had you you then bought another one I attract car let's say ninety seven yeah around ten years later and so I lived I didn't have it doesn't fit in a regular garage so it's lived most of its life on the streets of Santa Monica and you can tell roughly the neighborhood I lived in where it was parked and so I lived on Lincoln Montana for years and I get a call from my landlord one day says someone's hit the car and side drive home and I come home and it's an international incident the street's blocked off my car is up on the curb huge lexus. SUV with the right front corner completely and sixteen year old kid just got his license I walk up and he looks at me and I said texting and this is this is early as of Steph he says no no I said broad daylight changing car I said it's not like you didn't see it so anyways he goes you're not mad I said I'm not happy but things wrecked and so I got got total by the Insurance Company and I I called him I've never had a claim before I call them I said Hey so you know that in the listen listen let's just run the deal everybody thinks her car special so I get the check from the seven hundred bucks I call them and say hey seven hundred bucks I said find me a car like find me an OWL's for seven hundred bucks yeah and he's like I explained that rent it twice three times for twenty five hundred thirty five hundred Bubba special car he's like let me let me let me look today for that's nice thirty five hundred once great they call they're not looking for looking they're not and so some of the stories on the agent acting as the cars agent are kind of fun so they call me back it says you know what we revised our down to four hundred because we found a nice swear to provide more time for seven hundred for they said we found a nicer one that sold for six hundred so we're you know revising your deal down I said listen I'm not trying to shake down for New Lamborghini I WANNA rusted out out owl's ninety eight finally went and so my brother ended up finding a cherry one twenty nine thousand original car two thousand twenty nine thousand this is you WanNa test drive it I'm like no he's chained all the belts hoses I said I think it'll be forty six yeah probably I said where's the where's the highway and so we just pointed that baby and drove it it back to La that's awesome did you send him pictures with chicken on the roof the never send you new chicken a real by the chicken parts from the insurance I'm building a garage up the road there will store that had chicken car you're GonNa Stockham is GONNA be in charge to to space no no no no food fight in my lobby duties I'm not it is it is far and away the most charismatic Kono it's a whole areas I would love to store like that okay what we can do you imagine you'll drive it that often right now so we'll put it on the top rack and it'll have it has extra height Oh ruler of the roost looking doubt it'd be extra crazy drive into Talladega drove the Talladega that's fucking grain we were supposed to ship it in the shipper no shadow said my brother he says what do we do I said we'll give another day this is then I see that will drive he's like are you kidding well making us no idea dude car shippers Oh yeah even the below on this was low bid this is and those guys are brokers right they just yeah just yeah there's like eighteen middleman in between you and the guy driving the truck yeah there's gotta be a Biz for someone that actually I I I love actually shout out to East West Auto Transport I they've never done me wrong but but even sometimes like even the best one is like you know it's a cable guy copy there between nine and three o'clock the next day like if the car shows up not scratched or the too busy to sit around waiting for it at the end that's that's my friend had the W- my friend I think they kind of shut the service down with a buddy of mine used the train once they do that they do a train so you bring the car from from New York to like Trenton Jersey put it on a train and it goes it ends up in Ontario County nya crazy cheaper it was a lot cheaper but you have to go out Ontario to get it so the train was inexplicably delayed not it was two week okay but it would be one thing if they said you're trains delayed a week but they said it'll be tomorrow it'll be tomorrow it'll be tomorrow it said is it was if it was way back tomorrow it could have been delayed I duNno I dunno no we never found anything probably just the the rule in the in the business telemit's tomorrow always tomorrow I know two two weeks remember that movie the money pit the two weeks two weeks which being in construction yeah how far over schedule and over budget are you so over budget not that bad over schedule five months okay well that's a form of over budget yeah no it is it is lost opportunity costs but it's but like at least the the the outlay outlay were okay but but yeah the opportunity cost is e okay the put fuck forget that bullshit if you're with us live gate in the sewer chat if you have questions for Tommy we'll get to them later can you remember racing for a little while honestly I wanna buy everyone I see now of course you do that how many people think you're selling chicken or advertising restaurant or are delivering food I mean most but yeah well the best part.

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"kendall" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"kendall" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"The. Last week on the podcast. We talked about KENDALL Jenner. We're talking with Caleb in Roane about her going to Philly all the time and how she definitely takes helicopters. She would never take the Amtrak. Well, she took the Amtrak. Yeah. We were saying KENDALL Jenner would never take the Amtrak. What does KENDALL Jenner do five days later and takes them takes the Amtrak. She listening or they listen, I don't know. I don't know. I it's why would KENDALL Jenner get on the Amtrak. Look. I KENDALL Jenner is clearly way more writer die than I thought because it appears well number one a picture of KENDALL on Amtrak in a four seater with her friends taco. Yes, taco was sent tacos. Like, my friends friends, again, our group chat like one of my friends from Chicago has a friend who this is really connected the web here, but our co workers were on the same train as as KENDALL. So they took a picture, and they were like, apparently, she missed her helicopter. So they had to take the Amtrak. Totally fine. I had thought. We did we did our video on this. And I thought that KENDALL didn't make the game and time, but it seems she made it by the end there's video of her in in one of the boxes like right at the end of the fourth quarter. So maybe she caught the tail end. But that's not good enough. Kendall apparently got to be there for the whole game, preferably courtside dot because. Side good things happen. That's what happens when you take Amtrak. I just couldn't be late. I would take a train you're going to be late. No. I was blown away that she got on the train like there's video of her walking through Penn station. I just can't believe she went down to the deaths append station. Yeah. I mean, that's how you know. You're extremely dedicated. There wasn't another helicopter. She could get is that when you go into Penn station because Penn station is goddamn nightmare. That place is the worst place on earth. If you go into Penn station willingly, you gotta be super dedicated to somebody the pop rods who were following her and the videos, actually, very funny 'cause she'd totally cuts Amtrak line. Just go goes down. I'm sure she was first class. But it's funny because a pop like she's really getting on the train. She's just like us. And number one the Amtrak lines, especially Penn station. And in DC to cut throat like people line up for that train so early especially in DC, like sometimes I'm coming back from DC MTA the MTA like forty minutes before my train is even leaving people are lined up like mile long. They're lined up. They don't even know what the track is end up at a random traveler, so they're lined up, and that's just how it's the same thing with doing it at Penn station the announced track. Everybody runs again, two lines. So it's like, it's a nightmare. So and then there, and then if you try and kind of flow into the line, people get all bitchy, and it's like, no the line goes back there. So I'm actually kinda surprised that there wasn't like some angry Amtrak customer that didn't know who KENDALL Jenner was who told kinda get to the back the line, but that didn't happen..

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"kendall" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean Unglert

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean Unglert

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"kendall" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean Unglert

"Yeah but that's cool that's very interesting to hear and kendall that actually leads into your answer for your when your relationship issues if we can call it that that you you're afraid to lose yourself in a relationship and you feel guarded and you find it difficult to to balance family and friends romantic relationships because you're going to get really wrapped up with the other person is that something that you've always kind of had problems with them yeah i mean i i love people i tend to like give myself so much to relationships because i just want to find out everything about the person and they have all these crazy questions and i tend to just get wrapped up in that world and i'm extremely close with my family and friends a very awesome support system and their relationships suffer sometimes because i dislike dive so much into it you you your relationship suffers or their relationships their relationship suffers of me i mean it's all so like the you're the type of girl i'm not judging but like you're the you're that girl that if you get a boyfriend you are with them all the time and you never see your family and friends now so what it is is that i think i always put other people's feelings kind of above my own in some sense and when i am in a relationship i feel like well first of all my parents and my friends have never really liked anyone that i've dated there's some people there's some some of the guys that they've liked but i think the guys i really get into are the ones that they don't really like as much almost feel like it's a challenge where my choosing them or choosing my friends and family or the person in a relationship with the kind of like a rebel or the bad boy.

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