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"kiki palmer" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

05:28 min | Last month

"kiki palmer" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

"And criss-crosses jump for the year end 1992 title. Number one for 2004. Usher featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris. Yes. Yeah it's so good the 2000s was the high water mark of the hip hop club hit. We've already talked about 50 cents into club and flow riders low. But yeah, might be the ultimate bottle service jam. Combining ushers R&B lothario character with Lil Jon's Atlanta crunk sound at its peak, plus a killer ludicrous rap. I'm a melt the cow. Forget about game. I'm a spit the truth. I won't stop till I get them in their birthday suit. Usher owned 2004, with four number one singles and an album, confessions that went diamond. So no one was surprised that, yeah, with 12 weeks at number one, took the year end title. It defeated his own song, burn, and a two sided outcasts mash haya and the way you move. It's all gonna be hey, everyone. Actress, singer, entrepreneur, and my favorite Virgo Kiki Palmer has a hilarious new podcast. Baby, this is Kiki Palmer. On Amazon music. And you're going to want to check it out. Kiki has a lot of burning questions that keep her up at night. For instance, remember Tom from MySpace. Remember that guy with the smile in that little white T-shirt? What happened to him? She's putting Friends, family, and some of the hottest experts in the hot seat. To ask them the real questions we want to know. Like, is only fans only bad? How has dating changed in the digital age? Where would former child stars be if they weren't actors? These are the questions running through Kiki's mind. And she's letting us all in on it. Because on baby, this is Kiki Palmer, no topic is off limits. Listen to baby, this is Kiki Palmer, exclusively on Amazon music. Download the Amazon music app now. Hit parade is brought to you by progressive. What's one thing you'd purchase with a little extra savings, a weighted blanket, smart speaker? That new self care trend you keep hearing about. Well, progressive wants to make sure you're getting what you want by helping you save money on car insurance. Drivers who save by switching to progressive save over $700 on average, and customers can qualify for an average of 6 discounts when they sign up. Discounts like having multiple vehicles on your policy. Progressive offers outstanding coverage and award winning claim service. Day or night, they have customer support 24/7, 365 days a year. When you need them most, they're at their best. A little off your rate each month goes a long way. Get a quote today at progressive dot com and see why four out of 5 new auto customers recommend progressive. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. National annual average insurance savings by new customers surveyed who saved with progressive between June 2020 and May 2021. Potential savings will vary. Discounts vary and are not available in all states and situations. Number one for 1994, ace of

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on ICYMI

ICYMI

07:03 min | Last month

"kiki palmer" Discussed on ICYMI

"Separately, offer valid for eligible subscribers only in terms of apply. See the Disney bundle dot com free details. Hey everyone, our girl Kiki Palmer have a hilarious new podcast, baby. Let's just Kiki Palmer on Amazon music and you're going to want to check it out. Kiki has a lot of burning questions that keep her up at night. For instance, you remember Tom from MySpace. Remember that guy with a smile and that little white T-shirt? What happened to him? She's putting Friends, family and some of the dopest experts in the hot seat. To ask them the real questions we want to know. Like, is only fans only bad? How is dating changed in the digital age? Where would former child stars be if they weren't actors? These are the questions running through Kiki's mind, and she's letting us in on it all. Because on baby, this is geeky Palmer, no topic is off limits. Listen to baby, this will keep you palm or exclusively on Amazon music. Download the Amazon music app now. Hi, listeners. If y'all love our show and I hope you do because you're listening to it and you want to support our journalism, please consider subscribing to sleep plus. It means no ads on any slate podcasts, including this one, unlimited reading on the slate website, which means you will never, ever hit a paywall no matter how many prudent articles you're reading. And it means bonus segments and episodes on shows like slow burn, amicus, big move little mood and the waves. To subscribe, go to sleep dot com slash IMI plus. All right, we are back with McGill science communicator Jonathan Jerry, who is also the author of a piece entitled the liver king wants you to dominate your health like a caveman. That piece filed under pseudoscience. Jonathan, welcome to the show. Thank you. Thank you for having me. We are so excited that you're here because the liver king is liver king and we have questions. I had a lot of questions of my own, yeah. Let's have at it. Yeah, our first is how did you first come across the liver king? Oh my goodness. I can never quite remember where I find these people. Very often it's just people who know the work that I do and they just send the stuff to me either as like can you believe this? Or as a gen question like, is there anything true to that? Can you look into this? So the liver king has a fatal case of chemophobia, which is this irrational fear of chemicals, which we see quite a lot in the wellness industry, where the things that you don't like their chemicals, and they're bad, and we need to avoid them. Of course, the entire universe is made up of chemicals, our bodies are made up of chemicals. There are chemicals that are good for us or chemicals that are not good for us. It's a question of dosage. And so he was making the point that there are bad chemicals in modern bedding that you should basically sleep on a slab that we were meant to. As a very clear image and he wanted to stick in our minds and it did, he decided to use this piece of self propelled artillery to blow the living bejesus out of this bed. But it gets you views, right? And that's how social media works if you want to be an influencer like the bigger the stunt, the more views are going to get because you go, I can't believe there's a guy on Instagram who use a tank to blow up a bed. You've got to see this and people share this and it works. So those stunts put him where he is on it. He's got over 1 million followers on Instagram. At the core of his viral ploy is the love of liver, the liver consumption, which feels kind of like a variation on a popular theme, right? Like an extreme take on the paleo diet. Yeah, it's very much a version of the paleo diet. I mean, you see him eating just organ meat and raw liver and that's his whole schtick. And it's very much this idea of the paleo diet of like, well, we have to live like our quote unquote ancestors did. I mean, he rarely defines what he means by ancestors, but it seems that he's implying the Paleolithic era because that's what our body adapted to. But there are so many issues with that. I mean, the first one being that our bodies have evolved since the Paleolithic. Many of us are able to continue consuming and digesting milk after childhood I can't. I'm lactose intolerant, but many people can tolerate it just fine. And the other thing is that this diet of basically no fruit, no vegetable, just meat all the time. I mean, it's close to the carnivore diet, which was espoused by Michaela Peterson and Jordan Peterson. It has some issues, one of them being the potential lack of certain micronutrients of some phytochemicals, lack of fiber. I can increase your risk for cancer. It is routinely ranked as one of the last diets by dietitians. And if we want to think about animal welfare about the state of the planet, the climate, eating and all meat diet, not great, not super affordable either. Yeah, that makes a lot of sense. I think the thing about diets like these that really capture people is that the basis of them makes sense. We should eat less processed food and we should eat more meat. And in this case, a lot of people don't eat organ meat, but it is like a pretty nutritious thing to eat, correct. Sure, but you are removing some very useful food stuff from your plate, things like fruits and vegetables. At the top of the recommended diets is usually the Mediterranean diet in part because of its diversity. It's just a lot of stuff in there that our body needs. And it's good to look for a lot of different colors, stuff like that in the food that you eat in order to consume as many nutrients as possible. But yeah, there's always this superficial level of, oh, this kind of makes sense. Yeah, maybe our ancestors did have a wonderful life and maybe now we're coming down with all these cancers, all those kinds of things. Maybe it's because we're modernity is killing us. So this idea of the roast into glasses of looking back at the past as this sort of wonderful utopic period in our history. But of course, it's a lot more complicated than that. And we're not even quite sure what all of our ancestors ate. And different groups in different countries, different parts of the earth had different diets as well. So to just say, well, everybody ate this and therefore that's what we should do. It's a gross generalization and oversimplification. So should I be eating raw liver daily? I mean, I'm not a dietician. The thing about raw meat as well is that it can become contaminated. Like there's a reason why we started cooking food, right? And it's because it will cook essentially potentially harmful pathogens like bacteria. So this idea of just eating raw food all the time, especially raw animal product. There's a risk there that you're getting of getting contaminated. So I think the liver of it all is what definitely would captured me personally. But you mentioned in your piece that he's actually very similar to other health influencers for a few different reasons. Could you tell us

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

The Secret History of the Future

07:03 min | Last month

"kiki palmer" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

"Separately, offer valid for eligible subscribers only in terms of apply. See the Disney bundle dot com free details. Hey everyone, our girl Kiki Palmer have a hilarious new podcast, baby. Let's just Kiki Palmer on Amazon music and you're going to want to check it out. Kiki has a lot of burning questions that keep her up at night. For instance, you remember Tom from MySpace. Remember that guy with a smile and that little white T-shirt? What happened to him? She's putting Friends, family and some of the dopest experts in the hot seat. To ask them the real questions we want to know. Like, is only fans only bad? How is dating changed in the digital age? Where would former child stars be if they weren't actors? These are the questions running through Kiki's mind, and she's letting us in on it all. Because on baby, this is geeky Palmer, no topic is off limits. Listen to baby, this will keep you palm or exclusively on Amazon music. Download the Amazon music app now. Hi, listeners. If y'all love our show and I hope you do because you're listening to it and you want to support our journalism, please consider subscribing to sleep plus. It means no ads on any slate podcasts, including this one, unlimited reading on the slate website, which means you will never, ever hit a paywall no matter how many prudent articles you're reading. And it means bonus segments and episodes on shows like slow burn, amicus, big move little mood and the waves. To subscribe, go to sleep dot com slash IMI plus. All right, we are back with McGill science communicator Jonathan Jerry, who is also the author of a piece entitled the liver king wants you to dominate your health like a caveman. That piece filed under pseudoscience. Jonathan, welcome to the show. Thank you. Thank you for having me. We are so excited that you're here because the liver king is liver king and we have questions. I had a lot of questions of my own, yeah. Let's have at it. Yeah, our first is how did you first come across the liver king? Oh my goodness. I can never quite remember where I find these people. Very often it's just people who know the work that I do and they just send the stuff to me either as like can you believe this? Or as a gen question like, is there anything true to that? Can you look into this? So the liver king has a fatal case of chemophobia, which is this irrational fear of chemicals, which we see quite a lot in the wellness industry, where the things that you don't like their chemicals, and they're bad, and we need to avoid them. Of course, the entire universe is made up of chemicals, our bodies are made up of chemicals. There are chemicals that are good for us or chemicals that are not good for us. It's a question of dosage. And so he was making the point that there are bad chemicals in modern bedding that you should basically sleep on a slab that we were meant to. As a very clear image and he wanted to stick in our minds and it did, he decided to use this piece of self propelled artillery to blow the living bejesus out of this bed. But it gets you views, right? And that's how social media works if you want to be an influencer like the bigger the stunt, the more views are going to get because you go, I can't believe there's a guy on Instagram who use a tank to blow up a bed. You've got to see this and people share this and it works. So those stunts put him where he is on it. He's got over 1 million followers on Instagram. At the core of his viral ploy is the love of liver, the liver consumption, which feels kind of like a variation on a popular theme, right? Like an extreme take on the paleo diet. Yeah, it's very much a version of the paleo diet. I mean, you see him eating just organ meat and raw liver and that's his whole schtick. And it's very much this idea of the paleo diet of like, well, we have to live like our quote unquote ancestors did. I mean, he rarely defines what he means by ancestors, but it seems that he's implying the Paleolithic era because that's what our body adapted to. But there are so many issues with that. I mean, the first one being that our bodies have evolved since the Paleolithic. Many of us are able to continue consuming and digesting milk after childhood I can't. I'm lactose intolerant, but many people can tolerate it just fine. And the other thing is that this diet of basically no fruit, no vegetable, just meat all the time. I mean, it's close to the carnivore diet, which was espoused by Michaela Peterson and Jordan Peterson. It has some issues, one of them being the potential lack of certain micronutrients of some phytochemicals, lack of fiber. I can increase your risk for cancer. It is routinely ranked as one of the last diets by dietitians. And if we want to think about animal welfare about the state of the planet, the climate, eating and all meat diet, not great, not super affordable either. Yeah, that makes a lot of sense. I think the thing about diets like these that really capture people is that the basis of them makes sense. We should eat less processed food and we should eat more meat. And in this case, a lot of people don't eat organ meat, but it is like a pretty nutritious thing to eat, correct. Sure, but you are removing some very useful food stuff from your plate, things like fruits and vegetables. At the top of the recommended diets is usually the Mediterranean diet in part because of its diversity. It's just a lot of stuff in there that our body needs. And it's good to look for a lot of different colors, stuff like that in the food that you eat in order to consume as many nutrients as possible. But yeah, there's always this superficial level of, oh, this kind of makes sense. Yeah, maybe our ancestors did have a wonderful life and maybe now we're coming down with all these cancers, all those kinds of things. Maybe it's because we're modernity is killing us. So this idea of the roast into glasses of looking back at the past as this sort of wonderful utopic period in our history. But of course, it's a lot more complicated than that. And we're not even quite sure what all of our ancestors ate. And different groups in different countries, different parts of the earth had different diets as well. So to just say, well, everybody ate this and therefore that's what we should do. It's a gross generalization and oversimplification. So should I be eating raw liver daily? I mean, I'm not a dietician. The thing about raw meat as well is that it can become contaminated. Like there's a reason why we started cooking food, right? And it's because it will cook essentially potentially harmful pathogens like bacteria. So this idea of just eating raw food all the time, especially raw animal product. There's a risk there that you're getting of getting contaminated. So I think the liver of it all is what definitely would captured me personally. But you mentioned in your piece that he's actually very similar to other health influencers for a few different reasons. Could you tell us

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on ICYMI

ICYMI

07:19 min | Last month

"kiki palmer" Discussed on ICYMI

"It. She accidentally manifested Jeffrey Dahmer's Netflix series. Oh my gosh, she put it out there. The Ryan Murphy serial killer cinematic universe that's coming. I guess maybe I'll offend mine to make a difference from Madison's. Just right, maybe Ryan Murphy needs to stop. Actually, I want his ass in a room recording a glee tell all or nothing at all. I mean, also back to the serial killers, I watched the new season of American Horror Story. Yeah. Terrible, so bad. It's just about gay men dying. So like, please stop. I call it. I called it scary pose. It was like if they made this scary. But they were like, it was all a metaphor. Not scary pose. A scary figure looming and it was a it's just like exactly like we already did and makes everyone really sad and they did it. No, I think that's fair. Serial killer content, I'd say this is a girly who grew up watching Criminal Minds. Fictional serial killer content feels somewhat different to me. It's fine. Justifying myself. But we need to stop talking about true crime. 80% of true crime is not well done. And the 20% that is should make you come away feeling poorly. Like you should not come away from true crime, being like my new favorite murder, you should come away from true car and being like, wow, the criminal justice system is terrible, and I'm so sorry. For those people's families. You should not be happy at the end of anything true crime related. The only true crime that I really do enjoy is like scammers. You know what I mean? I do too. It's true. It's for deeming value in that though. Like you do. Don't go to Morocco with your random friend who you don't know anything about. And don't let her borrow your credit card to buy much of stuff. Also, no one dies at the end. And that feels easier to swallow. Right. Right. I'm like, no one. Yeah, no one did die. Yeah. No. As far as I know. I know. I'm like, did anyone die in the anecdote story? No. Can confirm. I don't know. Well, that's a perfect place to take a break. When we come back, I will be back with Moises and Kelsey and we will continue being haters. We're counting down to our ultimate trends that need to stop in 2022. Stick around. Tis the season to indulge. But if you don't want to get so high, you go to the moon, let dak graft help you chill out and enjoy the ride. Their classic pre roll joints, him flower, tinctures and gummies are the perfect replacement or pear to that glass of mulled wine or that third helping of pie. That grass is legal organic smokeable hemp that relaxes your body and mellows your mind. I really personally love dad grass because while I do enjoy weed, sometimes I don't want to be so high that I can't do anything else. And dad grass is perfect for that. They're 100% organic pre rolled joints and flour are very low in THC and high in CBD. So you can enjoy the effects of CBD while keeping a clear head. You can chill out without getting stoned with products like their CBD tincture drops or their newly launched CBD gummies in flavors like classic BlackBerry Ginger and good time hibiscus lime. And that graph didn't forget your furry Friends. They also just released CBD dog bones, so everyone in the House can enjoy. All that grass products are federally legal for ages 18 and over and it ships right to your door anywhere in the U.S.. Right now, dad grass is offering our listeners 20% off your first order when you go to dad grass dot com slash I see why am I go to dad grass dot com slash I see why my for 20% off your first order. That is dad grass dot com slash icy Wi-Fi. Hey everyone, our girl Kiki Palmer have a hilarious new podcast, baby. Let's just Kiki Palmer on Amazon music and you're going to want to check it out. Kiki has a lot of burning questions that keep her up at night. For instance, you remember Tom from MySpace. Remember that guy with a smile and that little white T-shirt? What happened to him? She's putting Friends, family and some of the dopest experts in the hot seat. To ask them the real questions we want to know. Like, is only fans only bad? How is dating changed in the digital age? Where would former child stars be if they weren't actors? These are the questions running through Kiki's mind, and she's letting us in on it all. Because on baby, this is geeky Palmer, no topic is off limits. Listen to baby, this will keep you palm or exclusively on Amazon music. Download the Amazon music app now. Hi y'all, I hope you're enjoying today's show. This is your first time listening to ICI my then welcome. I'm so thrilled to have you here in case you missed it. Our show comes out twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays, so make sure you never miss an episode like this past Wednesdays, which was a mailbag episode where we answered the question of what exactly a keb sexual is. Honestly, I'm not really sure at this point either. But you should definitely check it out. And I'm back with Kelsey and Moises and we are talking about the things that we hate. So my third thing in my countdown is it's slightly more serious in that I actually physically wanted to stop. Is that thing where someone describes and by someone I mean a non black person describes an AVE term as Internet language that needs to be stopped because it's annoying and overused. I most recently saw this with the word unserious. Someone was just like unserious as the new annoying Twitter language and we all need to stop using it. And it's like, on some level, you're right, it is overused and misused by non black people, but also shut the fuck up. Like, you did this. This is your problem. Exactly. You overuse the word that you didn't understand, and now we are all stuck here hearing all these bitches say unserious and purr when we don't need that. That's not our fault. That is not my fault as a black person. Like collect your people before you start saying, we're not using this word anymore. The fear of being cringe is really so powerful. People really need to be more afraid of it because if you're afraid to use a word that you've heard before, you're not sure what it means. Don't. Just don't. You don't. That's fine. Nobody's gonna be mad at you. Actually, we're gonna respect

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

The Secret History of the Future

07:19 min | Last month

"kiki palmer" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

"It. She accidentally manifested Jeffrey Dahmer's Netflix series. Oh my gosh, she put it out there. The Ryan Murphy serial killer cinematic universe that's coming. I guess maybe I'll offend mine to make a difference from Madison's. Just right, maybe Ryan Murphy needs to stop. Actually, I want his ass in a room recording a glee tell all or nothing at all. I mean, also back to the serial killers, I watched the new season of American Horror Story. Yeah. Terrible, so bad. It's just about gay men dying. So like, please stop. I call it. I called it scary pose. It was like if they made this scary. But they were like, it was all a metaphor. Not scary pose. A scary figure looming and it was a it's just like exactly like we already did and makes everyone really sad and they did it. No, I think that's fair. Serial killer content, I'd say this is a girly who grew up watching Criminal Minds. Fictional serial killer content feels somewhat different to me. It's fine. Justifying myself. But we need to stop talking about true crime. 80% of true crime is not well done. And the 20% that is should make you come away feeling poorly. Like you should not come away from true crime, being like my new favorite murder, you should come away from true car and being like, wow, the criminal justice system is terrible, and I'm so sorry. For those people's families. You should not be happy at the end of anything true crime related. The only true crime that I really do enjoy is like scammers. You know what I mean? I do too. It's true. It's for deeming value in that though. Like you do. Don't go to Morocco with your random friend who you don't know anything about. And don't let her borrow your credit card to buy much of stuff. Also, no one dies at the end. And that feels easier to swallow. Right. Right. I'm like, no one. Yeah, no one did die. Yeah. No. As far as I know. I know. I'm like, did anyone die in the anecdote story? No. Can confirm. I don't know. Well, that's a perfect place to take a break. When we come back, I will be back with Moises and Kelsey and we will continue being haters. We're counting down to our ultimate trends that need to stop in 2022. Stick around. Tis the season to indulge. But if you don't want to get so high, you go to the moon, let dak graft help you chill out and enjoy the ride. Their classic pre roll joints, him flower, tinctures and gummies are the perfect replacement or pear to that glass of mulled wine or that third helping of pie. That grass is legal organic smokeable hemp that relaxes your body and mellows your mind. I really personally love dad grass because while I do enjoy weed, sometimes I don't want to be so high that I can't do anything else. And dad grass is perfect for that. They're 100% organic pre rolled joints and flour are very low in THC and high in CBD. So you can enjoy the effects of CBD while keeping a clear head. You can chill out without getting stoned with products like their CBD tincture drops or their newly launched CBD gummies in flavors like classic BlackBerry Ginger and good time hibiscus lime. And that graph didn't forget your furry Friends. They also just released CBD dog bones, so everyone in the House can enjoy. All that grass products are federally legal for ages 18 and over and it ships right to your door anywhere in the U.S.. Right now, dad grass is offering our listeners 20% off your first order when you go to dad grass dot com slash I see why am I go to dad grass dot com slash I see why my for 20% off your first order. That is dad grass dot com slash icy Wi-Fi. Hey everyone, our girl Kiki Palmer have a hilarious new podcast, baby. Let's just Kiki Palmer on Amazon music and you're going to want to check it out. Kiki has a lot of burning questions that keep her up at night. For instance, you remember Tom from MySpace. Remember that guy with a smile and that little white T-shirt? What happened to him? She's putting Friends, family and some of the dopest experts in the hot seat. To ask them the real questions we want to know. Like, is only fans only bad? How is dating changed in the digital age? Where would former child stars be if they weren't actors? These are the questions running through Kiki's mind, and she's letting us in on it all. Because on baby, this is geeky Palmer, no topic is off limits. Listen to baby, this will keep you palm or exclusively on Amazon music. Download the Amazon music app now. Hi y'all, I hope you're enjoying today's show. This is your first time listening to ICI my then welcome. I'm so thrilled to have you here in case you missed it. Our show comes out twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays, so make sure you never miss an episode like this past Wednesdays, which was a mailbag episode where we answered the question of what exactly a keb sexual is. Honestly, I'm not really sure at this point either. But you should definitely check it out. And I'm back with Kelsey and Moises and we are talking about the things that we hate. So my third thing in my countdown is it's slightly more serious in that I actually physically wanted to stop. Is that thing where someone describes and by someone I mean a non black person describes an AVE term as Internet language that needs to be stopped because it's annoying and overused. I most recently saw this with the word unserious. Someone was just like unserious as the new annoying Twitter language and we all need to stop using it. And it's like, on some level, you're right, it is overused and misused by non black people, but also shut the fuck up. Like, you did this. This is your problem. Exactly. You overuse the word that you didn't understand, and now we are all stuck here hearing all these bitches say unserious and purr when we don't need that. That's not our fault. That is not my fault as a black person. Like collect your people before you start saying, we're not using this word anymore. The fear of being cringe is really so powerful. People really need to be more afraid of it because if you're afraid to use a word that you've heard before, you're not sure what it means. Don't. Just don't. You don't. That's fine. Nobody's gonna be mad at you. Actually, we're gonna respect

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

The Secret History of the Future

06:45 min | 2 months ago

"kiki palmer" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

"That? Why would different people have different priors about what they likely light is? As you can probably tell by now, Pascal does not ask rhetorical questions. He's always got an answer. And the answer to this was our sleep patterns. So a long time ago, almost 25 years. I did sleep research, but I got tired of it because it's very exhausting to hear people sleep to be honest with you. But what I remembered from that is that people have a chronotype. You have a strong preference, genetically, whether you're going to be on boarding person or the way you're going to be a night person. Your colloquially called owls, owls and lyrics. And that's the final piece you need to understand Pascal's theory of the dress. Okay, so the theory is as follows. We see the dress differently because faced with an ambiguous image, we color correct according to our prior experience as a lark or owl. More specifically, Pascal expected larks. People exposed to more daylight to assume the light hitting the dress was daylight and daylight is bluish. That means they'd subtract blue light from the image, leaving a white and gold dress. Meanwhile, he expected owls who theoretically spend more time under incandescent lights, to subtract their orangish illumination. Thus leaving a blue and black dress. This whole theory, everything that we've explained so far came to Pascal quickly. Like the night he saw the dress quickly. That evening he wrote a piece that contained many of these ideas and posted it on his blog. The next day it was republished by slate, about a week later, he wrote a follow-up for slate that also contained a survey to test his theory. We asked if I was sunlight or artificial light, we asked if they are hours of larks. And we asked a lot of other things that we didn't think was going to matter. People couldn't accuse the vicious fishing for correlation. 8000 people replied, a year later, working with his colleague, Michael Karlovic, they ran a follow-up and got another 5000 responses. And what they found was consistent with their theory. Larks were more likely to see white and gold. An owl's were more likely to see blue and black. The stronger you identify as large strong effect was there were a couple of interesting additional findings. Though the color was stable for most people, about 1% could flip back and forth. And a good number of people flipped from seeing white and gold to blue and black after learning what color the dress really was. People including Pascal myself and Robin Roberts. But now I see black and blue. You do? Yeah, no, I do not. No, yes. I still like it. And then there was a group who didn't see blue and black or white and gold at all. For what I found to be the most mind bending reason of all. You really look under like a photometer that real color is neither blue black or white and gold is actually blue and gold that make sense. What? I would actually like pixels that blue and gold, which might also about 10% of the people see. So some people are like photographers. They could see how it actually is. They just actually blue and gold. 90% of us looked at this picture and saw our priors. What we brought to this image was more powerful than what was really there. And you don't have to be a neuroscientist to wonder what else we're seeing this way. Though, being a neuroscientist doesn't hurt. You know, there's a deeper reason. I mean, interesting this, because I suspect that this is not just going on with the dress, yes, or with perception, but in general. How big does the dress really get? Can it reveal something about why we believe the things that we do? That's right after the break. Hey everyone, our girl Kiki Palmer have a hilarious new podcast, baby. This is Kiki Palmer on Amazon music and you're going to want to check it out. Kiki has a lot of burning questions that keep her up at night. For instance, you remember Tom from MySpace. Remember that guy with a smile and that little white T-shirt? What happened to him? She's putting Friends, family and some of the dopest experts in the hot seat. To ask them the real questions we want to know. Like, is only fans only bad? How is dating changed in the digital age? Where would former child stars be if they weren't actors? These are the questions running through Kiki's mind, and she's letting us in on it all. Because on baby, this is geeky Palmer, no topic is off limits. Listen to baby, this would keep Palmer exclusively on Amazon music. Download the Amazon music app now. Do you remember when the dress went viral? Not only do I remember it, it's one of those things where if I try to talk about it in a lecture or mention it, I'll often try to open with if you've never heard of this and then I start to explain it and no one has ever not heard of it. David mcraney is a science journalist podcaster and author of the book, how minds change, which contains a whole chapter about the dress. It's a dress. It's a picture of the Internet. Very quickly it ramps up to being very existential and it's marvelous in that way. For his book, David spent time with Pascal Wallace, and he thinks the existential meaning of the dress is all tied up with a term Pascal taught him. He introduced this word into my vocabulary, disambiguation. Disambiguation describes a process we mentioned earlier. That moment your brain sees something uncertain and instead of communicating that uncertainty to you, says I got this a 100%. And it's that false certainty that excites me. There's another word for this kind of false certainty. Night realism. It's the idea that your main lining reality basically it's the idea that what you experience subjectively is a one to one representation of what's going on out there. Naive realism is the idea that your opinions and beliefs and observations are not interpretations. They're objectively true that you see strawberries in the photo as red because they

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on ICYMI

ICYMI

06:45 min | 2 months ago

"kiki palmer" Discussed on ICYMI

"That? Why would different people have different priors about what they likely light is? As you can probably tell by now, Pascal does not ask rhetorical questions. He's always got an answer. And the answer to this was our sleep patterns. So a long time ago, almost 25 years. I did sleep research, but I got tired of it because it's very exhausting to hear people sleep to be honest with you. But what I remembered from that is that people have a chronotype. You have a strong preference, genetically, whether you're going to be on boarding person or the way you're going to be a night person. Your colloquially called owls, owls and lyrics. And that's the final piece you need to understand Pascal's theory of the dress. Okay, so the theory is as follows. We see the dress differently because faced with an ambiguous image, we color correct according to our prior experience as a lark or owl. More specifically, Pascal expected larks. People exposed to more daylight to assume the light hitting the dress was daylight and daylight is bluish. That means they'd subtract blue light from the image, leaving a white and gold dress. Meanwhile, he expected owls who theoretically spend more time under incandescent lights, to subtract their orangish illumination. Thus leaving a blue and black dress. This whole theory, everything that we've explained so far came to Pascal quickly. Like the night he saw the dress quickly. That evening he wrote a piece that contained many of these ideas and posted it on his blog. The next day it was republished by slate, about a week later, he wrote a follow-up for slate that also contained a survey to test his theory. We asked if I was sunlight or artificial light, we asked if they are hours of larks. And we asked a lot of other things that we didn't think was going to matter. People couldn't accuse the vicious fishing for correlation. 8000 people replied, a year later, working with his colleague, Michael Karlovic, they ran a follow-up and got another 5000 responses. And what they found was consistent with their theory. Larks were more likely to see white and gold. An owl's were more likely to see blue and black. The stronger you identify as large strong effect was there were a couple of interesting additional findings. Though the color was stable for most people, about 1% could flip back and forth. And a good number of people flipped from seeing white and gold to blue and black after learning what color the dress really was. People including Pascal myself and Robin Roberts. But now I see black and blue. You do? Yeah, no, I do not. No, yes. I still like it. And then there was a group who didn't see blue and black or white and gold at all. For what I found to be the most mind bending reason of all. You really look under like a photometer that real color is neither blue black or white and gold is actually blue and gold that make sense. What? I would actually like pixels that blue and gold, which might also about 10% of the people see. So some people are like photographers. They could see how it actually is. They just actually blue and gold. 90% of us looked at this picture and saw our priors. What we brought to this image was more powerful than what was really there. And you don't have to be a neuroscientist to wonder what else we're seeing this way. Though, being a neuroscientist doesn't hurt. You know, there's a deeper reason. I mean, interesting this, because I suspect that this is not just going on with the dress, yes, or with perception, but in general. How big does the dress really get? Can it reveal something about why we believe the things that we do? That's right after the break. Hey everyone, our girl Kiki Palmer have a hilarious new podcast, baby. This is Kiki Palmer on Amazon music and you're going to want to check it out. Kiki has a lot of burning questions that keep her up at night. For instance, you remember Tom from MySpace. Remember that guy with a smile and that little white T-shirt? What happened to him? She's putting Friends, family and some of the dopest experts in the hot seat. To ask them the real questions we want to know. Like, is only fans only bad? How is dating changed in the digital age? Where would former child stars be if they weren't actors? These are the questions running through Kiki's mind, and she's letting us in on it all. Because on baby, this is geeky Palmer, no topic is off limits. Listen to baby, this would keep Palmer exclusively on Amazon music. Download the Amazon music app now. Do you remember when the dress went viral? Not only do I remember it, it's one of those things where if I try to talk about it in a lecture or mention it, I'll often try to open with if you've never heard of this and then I start to explain it and no one has ever not heard of it. David mcraney is a science journalist podcaster and author of the book, how minds change, which contains a whole chapter about the dress. It's a dress. It's a picture of the Internet. Very quickly it ramps up to being very existential and it's marvelous in that way. For his book, David spent time with Pascal Wallace, and he thinks the existential meaning of the dress is all tied up with a term Pascal taught him. He introduced this word into my vocabulary, disambiguation. Disambiguation describes a process we mentioned earlier. That moment your brain sees something uncertain and instead of communicating that uncertainty to you, says I got this a 100%. And it's that false certainty that excites me. There's another word for this kind of false certainty. Night realism. It's the idea that your main lining reality basically it's the idea that what you experience subjectively is a one to one representation of what's going on out there. Naive realism is the idea that your opinions and beliefs and observations are not interpretations. They're objectively true that you see strawberries in the photo as red because they

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on Click Bait with Bachelor Nation

Click Bait with Bachelor Nation

03:56 min | 2 months ago

"kiki palmer" Discussed on Click Bait with Bachelor Nation

"Hey everyone. Our girl Kiki Palmer has a hilarious new podcast. Maybe this is Kiki Palmer on Amazon music. Kiki has a lot of burning questions that keep her up at night. For instance, remember Tom from MySpace. Remember that guy with the smile and that little white T-shirt? What happened to him? She's putting Friends, family, and some of the dopest experts in the hot seat. They ask them the real questions we want to know. Like, is only fans only bad? How has dating changed in the digital age? Where would former child starts be if they were not actors? These are the questions running through Kiki's mind. And she's letting us in on it all. Because I'm baby, this is Kiki Palmer, no topic is off limits. I'm about to play you a clip from the show while you're listening, make sure to follow the Amazon music exclusive podcast, baby this is Kiki Palmer. And the Amazon music app download the app today. Now be honest, I y'all didn't ask me this, but I will definitely, you know, let this out. So I dated someone and I found out that someone that they dated was the only fans I wanted to see what mama was working with. That was my only time. You're emotionally. I was like, is how great is she, you know? How did she work at this moment in time? Okay, so you checking out the ex. I was checking out the exo holy. Okay, so now what was that? Well, how did you think when you went to the show? She was very sexy. It was a bad decision. Were you impressed? I was impressed. It was a bad decision for me. Did you learn anything? I didn't learn anything. You know, 'cause I didn't get the exclusive content, but I'm sure if I had did a little extra, I could have gotten an exclusive, but she was very adorable. It was a sad day. That's when you do too much. Too much to be a lesson to you tonight. Chase after the ex because they are at X for a reason. Exactly, mom. And it wasn't because of her body. Okay. It must have been her mind because she was hot. Which is even worse. I know. Okay, so I'll tell you guys what I like about only fans is. So first of all, when I went to Amsterdam, obviously we all know this about Amsterdam red light district. And I don't know if I'm using the proper term if they say sex workers or what anybody that does sexually explicit content or that's how they make their money. I always felt dang, why can't why is that such a difficult thing in America? Why is it so unsafe and so hard for people to be if this is the kind of content people want this kind of content? I really do. Why can't we have a system that supports them to be able to do it safely? So for me, I like it. You know, because only fans is like a very exclusive pimp. And I really feel like it's safe. I just like it safe. So I love that. 'cause that's something to always, I was always curious about. I ask a lot of questions about a lot of stuff. I'm like, well, if it's okay here, why isn't okay there? So I like only fans for being able to create a safe way for these type of content creators to be able to do their content and make their money directly when they don't have to cut it too much with a middleman and all this other stuff. So that's what I love. Look like that you were saying with Pornhub or any other porn site. I mean, that's the site that makes money and especially with the more amateur or the next money. How does Pornhub make money? Nothing. I don't pay them nothing for free. I look for free. Oh, that's right, mom. I'd be like, free porn. I don't pay anything. Let me right click on this. So this is a story, this is not new. But this is when I first realized that my mom and I were like and that my mom is a regular woman just like the rest of us that likes a little point of it out there. My little brother, he comes up to me, he's like, I want a mom's computer. And I accidentally put the history. And he said, big black cocks. Sharon will do. I like big butt coats. Call legal. I'm like mom. You're allowed friends in three lines. So mom, what would you do if I became the only fans creator? I mean, I'm not telling you what kind of content I would do. But how would you feel if I became an only.

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on ICYMI

ICYMI

08:39 min | 2 months ago

"kiki palmer" Discussed on ICYMI

"Hey everyone, our girl Kiki Palmer have a hilarious new podcast, baby, this is Kiki Palmer on Amazon music and you're going to want to check it out. Kiki has a lot of burning questions that keep her up at night. For instance, do you remember Tom from MySpace? Remember that guy with a smile and that little white T-shirt? What happened to him? She's putting Friends, family and some of the dopest experts in the hot seat. To ask them the real questions we want to know. Like, is only fans only bad? How is dating changed in the digital age? Where would former child stars be if they weren't actors? These are the questions running through Kiki's mind, and she's letting us in on it all. Because on baby, this is Kiki Palmer, no topic is off limits. Listen to baby this will Kiki Palmer exclusively on Amazon music. Download the Amazon music app now. With the holidays coming up, how do you feel about the task of finding a thoughtful personalized gift for everybody on your checklist? Personally, I feel exhausted. Into a life straw home, the under a $100 gift worth giving everyone this year. I have a LifeStraw home. It is truly the most aesthetic water pitcher I have ever had in my entire life. Every single time someone comes over and I ask them if they want some water and I pull my little picture out there like that is gorgeous. And I just smile. Because it is. The lifestyle home is the only picture that removes microplastics bacteria, pfas, and more than 30 other common contaminants from tap water and also mix your water, taste way better. Lifestyle home improves a taste of coffee. Kombucha and homemade cooking because it filters out contaminants like chlorine, pesticides, chemicals, and heavy metals. Why straw home can also feel trout more than a thousand liters of safe water in a year. That means you can keep over 2000 single use plastic water bottles out of our parks oceans and communities. Say goodbye to your grimy old water filter picture. It's time for an upgrade. Use code online for 15% of the purchase of any LifeStraw home product at life straw dot com. The promo code is online. Hi, all of our podcasts and please consider subscribing to sleep plus. Me subscribe to sleep plus you get no ads on any sleep podcasts, including your favorite one. In case you missed it, you'll be supporting the show. I see why my would not be possible without the support of sleep plus subscribers and you will also get bonus segments or episodes on shows like slow burn. Political gap best. Mom and dad are fighting. The waves, big moon, little mood. You will also get unlimited reading on the slate website, which means you get access to every single article and advice column on slate without ever hitting the paywall. Just visit sleep dot com slash SEI on my plus to sign up. That is sleep dot com slash I see why my plus. And we're back with jorts, the cat and also ableism. So Camille's synthesis tweet that reads statistically, at least a few people in here accusing jorts the cat of being ableist also work at Lockheed Martin, and Camille then says, I'm sorry in advance, please help. A thank you for apologizing. It's definitely necessary. It's surreal. Also, we can help. First, who is jorts the cat? So way back in 2021, which feels like 6 years ago. A Reddit am I the asshole post went viral that read, am I the asshole for quote perpetuating ethnic stereotypes about jorts? It's the best am I the asthma post? Chevre. Like Hall of Fame. The gist of the post is that there's this workplace. It has two cats, Jean and jorts. Jean is a very clever tortoiseshell cat. And jorts, George is an orange cat. An orange cats are famously himbos and we love them for it. This is true. So, sweet himbo jorts keeps locking himself in rooms and Jean has to help him out of the rooms. Jorts is bad at cleaning himself, so Jean helps him. I'm gonna be honest. If this dynamic existed in my workplace, there were just two cats hanging out. I would go to the office. Oh my God, yes. This seems great to me. Truly. But one coworker apparently doesn't recognize how good they have it and takes issue with this arrangement and tries to help George pick himself up by his bootstraps. What this involves is just locking him in rooms and hoping he figures out how to get out and also like covering him in margarine, so he learns how to clean himself. She fucking buttered jorts. And it makes Jean sick 'cause Jean is helping clean off George. It honestly it really is like, it's a great story. It just is a fantastic, in detailed story about a cat that is not the cleverest cat like the other cat that is always trying to help this cat. What a treat. You just know jorts is so cute. You just know you look in a George sweet face and you're like, that's a cute fucking cat. Like, there's no photo of the cat attached to this post, but I just know that cat is cute. Correct. So the original poster of said am I the asshole post, says within the post, you can't expect genes tortoiseshell smarts from orange cat jewelry. And this turns into a whole thing. Op is accused by the person who butters jorts of ethnic stereotyping. And this is how George the cat was introduced to the Internet. A star was born. Think about Lady Gaga doing that one note from shallow, and that's jorts erupting onto the scene. So first, we must now go back to October 17th of 2022, where at Queen V tweets. My last time using grocery delivery and I got a man. He started refunding stuff that I knew dang on well the store had. I was so pissed I got in the car and went to the store he was at. Bro was literally standing in one aisle on the phone. Daisy, how do you feel about this tweet? I mean, it makes my going off in the sense that a lot of gig workers are really, really not paid well or treated well by any means. I definitely have to use delivery services and we all use them at times with my weak immune system. I definitely use them more during COVID than before. So it's like part of me is like, I feel. I feel reading the actual tweet in and of itself. Exactly. Is the best way to describe what happens. Of course, this means it's itself a whole discourse about gig workers, and ableism. Anyway, true. I am not here to engage in the discourse except to say that if you do need someone to grow shop for you, I would recommend the app dumpling, which allows the shoppers to set their own rates. This is not a paid ad. I just like this app. I've never heard of this app. It's really great. You can keep going back to the same shopper. Yeah, they send you photos of the produce to ask you which one you want. No. So this tweet from Queen bee pops off, obviously, doing the whole discourse that you can probably recount from memory. And in the replies, it's none other than George the cat. You might be asking, why does the cat have a Twitter account? And if you did ask our response, where have you been? Yeah. When all of this is said and done, when Elon has yeeted Twitter into space on one of his space X missiles, a cat accounts will be the last thing standing. Like redwoods after a forest fire, like they are the last of us. So George the cat's Twitter presents is usually immaculate, I would say. He's extremely pro labor, anti capitalist, all about improving workplace conditions. His account raises from tweets like, oh, look at the time, yellow clock, which is very orange cat and just general cat behavior.

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"kiki palmer" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"But that's why back at the Haywood ranch is the only black owned horse trainers in Hollywood. We like to say since the moment pictures could move. Yeah, skin of the game. That little joke gets a chuckle from one crew member and will be worth remembering later since Jordan Peele has built this whole movie around the idea of capturing an image no one has seen before, which is where the sci-fi part comes in. OJ and M, played by a wonderfully still Daniel Kaluuya and of forever bouncy Kiki Palmer, keep experiencing strange stuff on the Haywood ranch. And they become increasingly convinced that these strangeness is coming from above. What you see. Someone above the clouds. That's big. I'll be there. M figures this could be their Oprah moment if they can just get the right footage. OJ is skeptical. Ain't nobody gonna get when we gonna get it. We gonna get it. The money shots. Under malleable, since aliens on camera. To get the money shot, of course, they'll need a crusty old cinematographer named antlers. And a credulous young tech guy named angel. Aliens. They're just waiting for the perfect time to shove a metal probes up a. I'll be rooting for you. All of this still early stages in a story that manages to make credible threats from a TV sitcom ape that goes bananas. Yeah, nah, nah, nah. A one time child star who now looks star word. Horses turned into chapter headings. Cowboy themed amusement park, ominous house keys, coins, floppy, air dancing, balloon men, more elements and plot threads than peel can comfortably wrangle at times. Still, watching him release his inner Spielberg is certainly fun, not to mention his inner 50s sci-fi geek and occasionally to somewhat less stellar effect is inscrutable inner M. Night Shyamalan. What? Did you see in a cloud? It was not what you think. While heading off into so many different film styles, tangents and subplots may not be wise from a narrative standpoint, you have to

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

03:57 min | 6 months ago

"kiki palmer" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Number. Where's your phone? I've lost it. Exactly. And I love my sister. You know, how you love her. She's my family. This show, even just the little bit that I do. Then you have to do the press. You have to do the reunion, and then all of a sudden your back filming again. So it really does take up a lot of time. Is it good? No, I need it all mixed up. There's butter in there and I have to be all mint. Oh, there's butter right here? Yes. A lot. Honey, never mind, go. I got it. She worked so hard. And you kind of finally sometimes go, well, maybe this is it. But I think she'll be back. She's the show, so. You said some things about this beautiful sister of yours. Oh, but you see those things, Kyle. We were having a conversation off camera, and I think I was just over the entire frustrated, I should not have said anything. I should have just kept my mouth shut. I never said anything about Lisa. I said them to Lisa. She just, you know, was unhappy that I said anything. And that's her business. I had an event here, I'm trying to think like two or three months ago. I invited everybody. She very well could have been out of town. But that I have to take the responsibility, and I did apologize on apologized. Rob, he loves the dance. Our friends call him hip hop rob. Chess is a nickname, actually. Sorry to God. So he does this. I'm gonna write it radio. You know what a good deal? Like, he does this like hand thing? Yeah, but it's nothing like that. She needs to really work on it. Okay, sorry. You know, Sutton and I, we have a history of up and downs and we go through a little bit more, but I think it's on the other. I think some people are affected by watching the show back. I'm less so. I, I'm someone that sort of sticks to where I am now and I give grace to what happens, what has happened in the past. But Garcia has reached out recently and has a nice things. And I said, thank you. So, it was nice. I felt like there was an extra couple of links there. Nina has she tried to keep his sleep, but it felt like there's extra couple hard links. Well, you guys, we also caught up with former friend of the housewives Faye Resnick, who is extremely close with Khloé Kardashian so Faye gave us an update on Khloe, baby number two, and had something to say about all the Tristan drama. She is really excited. She's having a baby. True has a, you know, a little sibling, obviously, you know, Tristan was a little disappointing. But anti and moms and sisters, Chloe and true, it's a beautiful family and we're all just right there. It's a village honestly. You gonna need a village because he has his own. That sometimes that is that is worse to just be like, it's very double worst product. Like, I'm very disappointed. Yeah. She is disappointed. Disappointing is the worst thing that like an anti or your mom. And to say it about someone that's excessive. He was just disappointed. It would be bad for the average person. Tristan clearly does not care. Right. Call him pretty much anything. And I don't think he would be bothered by it, you know? He found another level of disappointment that we have not dealt with before. All right, you guys, Hollywood also showed up for Jordan Peele's new thriller nope. Kiki Palmer stole the show. She rocked a low rise skirt. She also talked to us about the vibes. Oh.

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"kiki palmer" Discussed on The Big Picture

"You know when you have met someone that you think is going to be a friend of yours, and that first time you hang out, you're like, this person rocks. I can't believe I'm going to get to have this person in my life for 5 or ten or 20 years. Then the second time you hang out, you're like, that wasn't as fun. Maybe that person's a little weird, and then the third time you hang out, you're like, oh, I've made a huge mistake. Maybe I need to distance myself a little bit from this person. That feeling is taken to a dramatic extreme in this movie. Now I will say if you're a parent, like I am, this is a hard movie to watch, and if you are just a person that likes to go on vacation, this is a hard movie to watch. Because both of those things are really thrown into a state of emotional disrepair. As you're watching the movie, but it is so tense and the score is pitched so it is so baroque and so loud and so menacing and the sense of disorientation that after puts into it, I just think makes it very, very, very effective. I watched this movie after midnight alone in my garage and I was deeply traumatized by it. And I'm the kind of person that does not get drunk as my movies. I see a lot of horror movie. They love horror movies. I love the sensation that they can give you. And there is a moment in this movie near the end that is a, I have to look away. And I never look away. So I don't know if that's a recommendation. If you don't like movies like that, you will not want to watch this film. I think it will be on shutter in a couple of months. You'll be able to check it out there. But it is an achievement in discomfort. And so for that reason, I'm putting it on my list. Will you watch it? Do you like that kind of experience? You've kind of scared me away. Yeah. But it's interesting. I made it feel like a dare. So I don't want to be a chicken. Well, maybe give it a try. You've got a strong stomach. Come on. You've watched a lot of horror. You've talked about a lot of horror over the years on your shows. I know, but I don't talk about how much I look away when the blood starts. This is a different kind of looking away too. There's something I don't know. I don't want to share too much about it other than say I thought really strong performance is just an incredible sense of doom like atmosphere, you know? Something's going to go wrong here. Will it will it spoil anything if I ask you if there's any nails? No but close. Okay, that's really my weak spot. I have a hard time with youth and nail. Okay. Okay. All right, let's move on. So you're number three, I was a little surprised to see it. So give me give me your case for this movie. Yeah, I was really surprised that nobody else seems to like this movie. Okay, sure. Here we go. My number three was a movie called Alice. It's like, it's a surgery. It sort of have like plantation horror slave drama half like feminist rabble rousing crowd pleasing, take on a black exploitation film. What's going on is that you have a woman named Alice. She's played by Kiki Palmer. And I think he give Palmer is fantastic in this movie..

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"kiki palmer" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"And now the game where we desperately try to find something that somebody who can do anything can't do It's called not my job If you gave Kiki Palmer a job title maybe if you're a business card it would be something like actor writer producer Broadway star talk show host singer composer Internet star and I am sorry we just ran out of hyphens Her latest project is a cycle of short stories for Kindle called southern Belle insults Kiki Palmer Welcome to wait wait don't tell me Thank you so much for having me I couldn't be any more excited to be talking with you So it's gonna be fun It will be and I am just as excited to talk to you I have to admit studying up on your resume is like a college course There's so much to look at But I found out something that I hope is true that everybody I think everybody most people know that you were a child star of most prominently but not first was the film akela and the bee some time back But I read that you actually got your start performing at a tourist attraction in Chicago Is that right It's maybe right I mean what happened was I actually did American juniors which was American Idol for kids So my parents we heard about it I always sang in church You know I kind of had did a couple like little auditions for Chicago theater And then I got my golden ticket in Illinois to go to California And that was the first time that actually went and visited California was with my golden ticket from American Idol or American junior I should say Right But no so the story of you pretending to be a little pirate at navy pier on the Lake in Chicago was not true No that's what I was hoping That sounds like absolutely incredible That sounds like my life there was a Disney movie And so I'm living for that You got into entertainment when you were like 9 Yes Right 9 years old And I asked this question to people who were child stars I asked it recently to Ron and Clint Howard I'll ask you why are you not crazy I think it depends on what you think of as crazy I think in terms of being like a creative and kind of kooky with my characters and my work I think that's where I get all my crazy out My creativity and my thoughts I put it all in my artwork You know my parents really helped me with that obviously as a kid because they really just made sure that I wasn't kind of over influx with constant Hollywood stuff So we had family cookouts and we had football game to watch parties And we just didn't the stuff that everybody does It wasn't too lavish But I'm imagining that some families are different Some families are inviting TMZ to the cookout Yeah yes Something is all different Sometimes people was into the paparazzi That's definitely true Do you have to deal with that Again you've been famous since you were a child I think absolutely to a certain degree especially a different particular moment within your career You know what I mean Like I'm a very kind of down to earth type vibe So 9 times out of ten if you catch me coming out of the airport you ain't gonna see a pretty picture you just go see somebody that just woke up off the plane And that's just something you've got to deal with But every now and then you know if I'm in New York and the paparazzi are always out there going to interviews and I'll give a gag or two Really Will you do the thing like give a little performance or they leave you alone for the rest of the day Oh I'll totally do the thing Nobody does the thing better than your girl Let me pretend to be the TMZ reporter Hey Kiki Kiki what are you doing I love love is good to see you oh you know life is live just working and getting into a per usual like you are seeing Looking good they're taking you looking great We love you Oh thank you so good to see you Love to see you And that's the other thing about it is a lot of times I've known these paparazzi or these people especially in the carpet Since I was like 9 years old So I was like I will literally be like it's so good to see you again I ain't seen you in years Because that's literally the vibe One of the things that you're amazing at is I don't know whether you do this intentionally or not but becoming memeified Hilarious There was this moment at the Met Gala when you were on the red carpet that just went insane It became like oh man Is this intentional Do you know why this works No It's literally not intentional at all And you don't know what any can it happen to anyone you know what I mean It doesn't just happen to me It happens to you know people maybe don't know their names but to me it's so it's dope because it's like well yeah this is a moment where you guys are seeing me you know as I am just as a regular person at my job who happens to be talking about something Now what does this mean is mamas at the Met Gala You know what I mean So is it weird to like open up TikTok and hear your own voice over and over and over again as it keeps rolling It's insane to me It's insane I mean it's just when I seen the edge hearing did it I was just like come on now that's my boyfriend I was living What did Ed Sheeran do with you He did the I know what I know what I just style yeah You know it's your girl He did You know what I have to explain Once again this is a hugely global popular meme with you at the red carpet at the Met Gala talking to who are you talking to at that moment I was talking to Megan Thee Stallion And every time that I see Meghan she's like you know you're my best friend in my head And so when I seen her I was like you know what's your girl And like literally that's what you're talking about They took that audio bite Not only did somebody take that audio but this really cool jazz player put music to it And once he put music to that then it just became its own thing and people do it all different kinds of skits to it Sometimes they just do it or they just do a skit And that is the creative part about it that to me is so cool Is that man Y'all took this one audio and y'all created all these different storylines surrounding them You know what I mean From this one event How do your parents feel about you being mean It's so funny that you said it 'cause my mom is literally way supporters to the point of no return There's this picture online that kind of got memes of me you know if it's like me in the front and like I kind of got like the Skippy top on and it's like it's like obviously a paparazzi shot And I'm like you know smiling and looking forward But if you look really closely you see in the back my mom being a paparazzi to me where I fall it's like here what are you doing And I remember when I did Wendy William when he Williams one time you know Wendy's always trying to dig stuff up She brought up you know you skip a little outfit that I wore and I was like yeah my mom was right there You know taking the photos happy for me living my best life All right I got one last question before we go on to her game which is you've done so many things Is there anything that you have not done yet that you want to do Yes sit down I would love to sit down Love.

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"kiki palmer" Discussed on Daily Pop

"I guess when i went to call versus camp that i wanted to call age and i guess just being maron like kind of seeing how they handle things and how they take notes and how they take like all this stuff. I kind of learn how to kind of like took it in watched how they answer questions and you know. It's actually really cool so i had to take it and learn how to like you know. Let's together a twelve year old. Where do you see yourself right. Because you're still gonna be what where do you where do you see yourself going. Is there someone that you see. That's like i love what they're doing. This is what i wanna do like. What's the question it's hard to say. We're living in anti right now. But where do you. Where do you wanna go with this. Oh god you know. I don't even know. I guess i. I have to see where the future takes me. I can't really predict where. Or what i wanna be when i get older but you know. I hope it's something that i just. I hope it's something you love to do. I hope i'm still acting. And i still. I'm i'm just i just. Oh gosh i just think the sky is yeah. I want to do with really doing this. Journey talking to the second coming of like kiki palmer like when he was twelve kiki with so many fires factor weighing factor about people in. This is a real. This is a real thing and you have it so whatever you decide to do. We know you're gonna excel. Was she born like this. Does she have that long hair. Whatever she did you just come out of the womb hosting..

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"kiki palmer" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"So she tweeted they want you to get vaccinated for the met if i get vaccinated. It won't be for the met. It'll be feel. I've done enough research. I'm working on that now. In the meantime my loves be safe. Where the mask. With two strings that grips your head and face. Not that loose one. So honestly like. I had heard whispers that certain people who weren't attending were because they were not vaccinated and then nicky nauseous confirmed that for me and now. I'm just like everyone who wasn't there. I'm like well is because you're not vaccinated or because like you were busy. Shirt will ever. I'm sure it's both. It's a mix of both and we knew that the metal was gonna be like vaccine man. I'm pretty sure. I read this page six article weeks ago. That was like all about the rules for this mad gala also. It also meant mass on the carpet. But it's just masks. They had to wear masks inside. Maybe that's why people didn't wanna stay. They were eating or drinking but there are also all vaccinated also. The food was vegan so like no one was eating. I saw a picture food. Kiki palmer doing the lord's work. It was actual like rations like it was atrocious. I haven't seen anything from inside yet. No like palmer was like this is why no one shows you. The food like it was actually mouse droppings. Like it was so offensive to me as a food. Either probably also hungry longest ever. They've been like waiting on those line. I'm telling you like the mecca is now like when i saw that courtney just went to polo bar with her hands like in the nearby the fireplace. I was like that casually evening to me. A hundred percent and that's why so many people like they just go and they. They change so quickly into their after party. Looks like that's the after parties like they're always serving especially..

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"kiki palmer" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"Home. Does anyone have anything else they want to discuss. I wanted to know that. I love love. Love cannot say how much i love that. We don't know anything basically or care about any of the boyfriends yup. When you said his name was johnny. I was like that i believe was his name but the fact that we barely you know is telling is johnny and name janis another name. Johnny's just like a young john. John's there's giannis and there's jonathan name of the guy from the room. You're just not johnny exactly. It's not a name johnny. Johnny is a shorthand for like random. Young man johnny here. No but i. I love that. Because i think so often when people talk about stories that humanize oechsler hers. They're like yeah. What's it like when she goes home to boyfriend cares you've adduced value. Just like all the other men in her life. Sorry my my boyfriend. The record is stuck. But i hate seeing that. It's such a boring. Like oh you the fact that destiny has a child and we see this moment that we just sort of like get sucked into like the two thousand eight crash happens. Destiny gets pregnant. suddenly there's this dude next to her. I was like oh god or we about to see this movie. I don't want but we weren't. Thank god we do. Not i think the only boyfriend of any who is like i mean i guess not extremely negatively relevant but that is one of kiki palmer's motivations. Is her boyfriend. Who is in jail. I don't know if they tell you what it's for But that. That's the only boyfriend that i think comes up multiple times. She's trying to get her boyfriend. Legal assistance right and does end the end. She successful right. But yeah that's treated as more just like that's not even a subplot that's just like a few here and there. Yeah yeah. Kiki wants a brain. She wants a heart. Yeah and i liked it. Everyone does even. Though it's like i mean for for kiki palmer character and oh my god lily reinhart's character definitely definitely who she has But they each have a scene that explains their why and that's all that's all comes from the source material as well really looks good so i liked that speaking of that. Villi reinhard character. On so from twenty. I moved to la antoni sixteen.

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"kiki palmer" Discussed on Into America

Into America

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"kiki palmer" Discussed on Into America

"Listening. There's a new show. We think you'll enjoy called written off. It's a moving podcast from lebanon in media and black bar mitzvah that shines a light on formerly incarcerated young writers. It's hosted by walter thompson hernandez and each episode features an interview with a talented writer. While creatives like john legend j ellison kiki palmer perform their work. The voices of those locked up some as miners have been all but written off but no more written off premiers july.

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Who should replace Ellen?

Who? Weekly

08:22 min | 2 years ago

Who should replace Ellen?

"News is ongoing. Generous. Ongoing News that won't stop are one nemesis might be replaced by our other nemesis. On their talk show the Ellen show. Well, these are that this is them news, but I do feel like Ellen could be replaced with a WHO, if this all comes to fruition or like a WHO thinks so too person because I'm seeing a lot of people nominate various talk show e people although apparently the rumors are like James Corden is going to replace Ellen, but like he has a show so. That makes no sense to me on any. That's what blows my mind. Why he has eight hundred shows. He has just made another daily show like that doesn't make any sense to me at on. The also has carpool. Karaoke. And then he also has the cat sequel like he has plenty, oh. Yeah. Let's replace a supposedly nice person with another supposedly nice person like. Haven't. We learned anything from this thing. These people are Nice. They suck. I think always be wary of people who say their thing is being. I think the number, one person who should clearly replace Allen is Kiki Palmer. There's literally no. Better obvious. Getting a lot of a lot of traction and she showing up a lot of tweets because it's like she just had a talk show that got canceled for no reason on ABC. Well, it was like that one hour of Commerical Strahan. Michael? And Kiki Sarah? There was A. Third Sarah. Sarah. And Michael and Kiki It just give it to clean working it. Just everyone likes he. We Love Kiki. She's a great host. Who else do you think if if we're going if for skewing young? I think we to Kiki for skewing older, I think it should go to fucking the woman who should have gotten David Letterman, amy. Sedaris like give it to amy sedaris because people like her. She's silly. I don't know that, amy, the thing is I. Don't know that Amy Sarah's would want to do that I. Feel like. I don't need that. We're talking about this on the Patriot. If you WANNA. Go listen to that about how drew Barrymore also has daily, show a daytime show coming out, and I'm like who would want this job? Drew Barrymore wants this job since when like it's just to meal a a weird job that you wouldn't want that could turn you or probably. Turn you into a monster, right? Yes. but the to provide a context in case you've been under a rock people are like there. There have been the rumors for years and years and years, but specifically the past few months they've really you know the hit a critical mass and started being reported publicly like Ellen is an asshole to everyone. Ellen is an asshole. The people she works with Ellen makes people not talk to her ellen cruel. But now there are reports by like news and variety and insider that it wasn't just ellen being a to everyone and celebrities and not liking Ellen like being on Ellen show. It's that the executive producers were actually like being abusive like in sexually harassing the employees. So it's like a culture. Culture of toxicity. That is the sort of thing that I don't that Ellen is deciding up allegedly that she doesn't want to deal with anymore. So she's like this sucks like I just rather not do this anymore. Right. So but this rumor, this isn't this is in fact, this is rumor because people keep their keep going back and forth and saying some some sources say she's not leaving this show sums his sources as she's leaving the show. I. Can't imagine somebody as likely a annoyed with the whole situation who is known to be not a very nice person would want to continue to fake be nice and have to apologize and half to like kind of whatever because these rumors have been. Kind of like I for some reason I, keeping you Kevin Spacey Pre the abuse allegations like when everyone knew he was gay, but no one knew he was gay like it was weird thing where it was like if you knew, you knew if you didn't, you had no idea what be totally shocked it. Kind of feels like that type of Hollywood news where like everyone knew that Ellen was secretly mean except for Ellen fans who had no idea where living happily with ellen everyday of their life and like the show was wildly successful, right? very strange. A very strange thing. Do you think that this will happen because people are so bored in their craving, the Gospel, and then somebody just this is this is what I mean I, think it's I mean. It's a combination of a lot of things at one of is like the people finally speaking out about their employers. It's like finally like shutting down like the. The systemic issues and leg, not being corporate America and knowing that people will support them and believe them and believe them, and that like the media machine of Ellen isn't powerful enough to shut down. So many voices if enough come out and and we'll talk about it later in the episode, but it's like the it's similar to the. Vanessa. Morgan thing, it's it's shades of an ESA Morgan being like I'm going to speak up against the riverdale creators and the Riverdale producers because people are people are realizing that they can do that and they won't get like dumped on by the press or of their fans they will be seen as like heroes. But. It's also just like, I, Think Dakota Johnson had a tiny bit to do with it because Dakota Johnsons like Open crubaugh open open. Rudeness to Ellen SORTA. Gave People. I don't know permission to speak about rumors that she's an asshole more openly. They're like, it looks like that's what Dakota's referencing. So I didn't even know you liked me. Of course, I. Like you. You Knew I. Liked you. You've been on the show many times and don't I show like. But I did invite you and you didn't come. So this time you invited me, are you sure? How do you? I don't think. So ask everybody. Jonathan. Your producer. I was that, why didn't I go? I don't know that became a meme. You have people like Brad Garret and who else replied to him. Leah Tom's Tom's joins. She is mean she is. She. Yes. Now, I can't believe I just called the Thomson. So Deutsche US minor. That was obsessed the disease of this show right here. Yeah. Leah Thompson also respond to that and said Yep I mean, I just think that it's like no one was a true story note once you lose grip on the fear, you are the power you had over I mean, and it's funny because then you have scooter Braun coming out her being like Ellen is great. I. Love Allen is like so people still. Look at the people coming out and say L. Like scooters, hedging his bets at this, all go away and back to normal and Ellen will still be powerful and whatever, and then you have people speaking out i. just it's a fascinating reveal of a monolith almost kind of crumbling that you didn't think would ever. Be exposed like this. I didn't. It seems like Palmer is getting a lot of A lot of press over like a lot of tweets being could replace. Ellen is trending key Palmer got a lot. Tiffany haddish. Got A lot that woman who does the like trump impersonations? What's her name? Sarah? Cooper. She got a lot of people tweeting about her I mean, I think it's just bomber just someone who someone who actually. Got Some tweets booing reply Oh doodoo be from drag race also got A. Drag. Race. Got I. saw that. Yeah. But I think he palmer when you when you want someone who has like the resume as well like. You of don't WANNA, pick someone random like Sarah Cooper. As funny as she is on twitter, because like her her her skills as a as an interviewer, not proven whereas Kiki, Palmer is a link interviewer host. Yeah I mean I would say like the Ellen slots, big slot made we just move up the ladder. We get Kelly Clarkson in that slot. We get Drew Barrymore Kelly was and we get key. Palmer. Work. Curse, lot I know these are all people on different network. So it makes literally no sense but you. Better like we. We cannot confuse the audience. We must replace the Ellen show with someone named. Ellen. Ellen Ellen. Page's like don't look at me like another gay. Just like I will not I will. Zone POMPEO, she wouldn't do it. I. Don't I don't need Elon Pale. Ellen Page Ellen Popular, and Never Would Ellen Pompeo every interview Ellen Pao's ever done. It's been like I. Love Grey's Anatomy I. have nothing but free time like. She will never do that. You know who would do it. Who Ellen Barkin? Embark and all Ellen Barkin wants is a soapbox like did someone say soapbox?

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Keke Palmer asks National Guard members to 'march with us' during protest

The Breakfast Club

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Keke Palmer asks National Guard members to 'march with us' during protest

"Kiki Palmer is making waves across the country after convincing the National Guard to March alongside protesters in Los Angeles yesterday the actress was filmed having a conversation with guardsmen while speaking out against racial injustice and police brutality Palmer also spoke out against president trump's response to the protests saying he's trying to incite a race war a guard's been told Palmer he were in March with the demonstrators to the next intersection but not any further because he was assigned to patrol the area some also offered to take a knee in solidarity with the

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