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Philadelphia - 4 People Charged In Shooting Death Of 13-Year-Old Boy In Chester

KYW 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Philadelphia - 4 People Charged In Shooting Death Of 13-Year-Old Boy In Chester

"Justice has been served according to officials in Delaware County four people have been charged in last month's shooting death of a thirteen year old Chester boy but K. Y. W. Sandra Kramer reports authorities aren't celebrating just yet Debbie the Delaware County district attorney Matt Krause says thirteen year old nineties farther Davis was targeted by the four suspects he says they chase the boy in a car just outside his home he attempted to escape he attempted to get away from these murders by hopping fences in the backyard unfortunately he was not successful three of the suspects are in their early twenties the other early thirties they're all charged with first degree murder but officials aren't high fiving each other right now is Chester's mayor puts it after all a little boy is dead Delaware County district attorney Jack Stoll Steiner had a lump in his throat as he talked about the most recent conversation he had with the keys to his dad told him I can't imagine I literally cannot imagine what he's going through one of the rest of his life is going to be like without

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Philadelphia woman drags basketball hoop around city during protests

KYW 24 Hour News

01:01 min | Last month

Philadelphia woman drags basketball hoop around city during protests

"Desk in Philadelphia woman has been hitting the city streets this week trying to ease the tension between police and protesters now she'll be out there again today and you'll know where if you see here as we hear from cable to use enter Kramer she'll have something with her that you can't miss the find your your Blitzer has been playing basketball virtually her whole life and after seeing all that riding last week in Philadelphia she figured it would be a good idea to share her passion with others I decided that I would be taking my group to go three respond street and try to bring people together the one way that I don't know how to which is the basketball literally hurt her friends have been dragging that hoop all over town and encourage people to play with them whenever they stop including officers and protesters she admits she wasn't sure how people would react especially the police but it ended up being really really on their end and then also on the protester and most people just joined in and started like walking with us or if they are playing with us we put the videos to find his journey on cable W. newsradio dot com including a one on one match he had with a cop we're not going to tell you one though you'll have to go to our

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Larry Kramer, Author and Outspoken AIDS Activist

Homo Sapiens

07:17 min | Last month

Larry Kramer, Author and Outspoken AIDS Activist

"When you said earlier, you know people aren't racist via born into it the early. You can be talking about the stuff I think. Is You know? He's really cool and something else. That has been going on this week. been going on its beginning of pride month, and a lot of people have been talking about how stay was a riot started by queer people of Color. and. The solidarity we were shown by. People of color needs to be returned. Absolutely and also I feel it's really interesting. I feel like. I reached out yesterday a couple of people. Who I knew what I in protesting Eve's who we have. Lead no es mature. Yes, he's good at Jaipur on instagram. Yeah, he has been doing some really cool stuff, really amazing and I also. I'm worried for him. I mean he talked by. He was prepared to

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My new expand burst - 01

Ubuntu Podcast

04:43 min | Last month

My new expand burst - 01

"I have to say after all the grueling twenty hours of scratching the weekend. We're probably about eighty percent of the way there, so I consider myself quite competent scratch developer now. Wow, but isn't the whole point of it that it was written in Bash and that's why it's cold well. Yes, I mean that was. That was obviously the the rematch. Full You know absolutely dominating the the wind. You Know Gaming Gaming Bash challenge last. Yea, remarks, text based game with elements was pretty good. It, was that game was cooled pig by the way Joe. I suppose the thing is is that my daughter's just start just started sort of embraced grant. She's at that age where scratches a thing this on the curriculum at school, and we're doing homeschooling right now on I get to pick up the computing part of that, or at least my wife has been picking helping conjunction with Code Club the streaming from our local library and but my daughter having not shown any interesting scratch or computers until very recently now absolutely loves the and every span moment she wants to be doing scratch and over the last six weeks, or so has literally created hundreds of scratch projects. So she's got into remixing other people's stuff. So you know in scratch you can log in. Find it interesting project, and then tinker with it, and she's been doing that I wanted to break that cycle a little bit and show her that she could create her own things, so given that she helped me make an alien attack. I thought let's reimagined that game in scratch. Cooking already understood it a new what we were trying to do that. So that's what? What we've been working on actually have to say the scratch version very good very playable right now is available as a snap not yet, but I. Did discover earlier today that there is a project code scratcher Prater, which is a scratch interpreted, compile scratch into binary his sire. If I can get that, and that is a snap, but if I can compile this game into a snap them finally, maybe and see alien untangle be available as a snap well. Right let's show. And now it's time for the community news and I up in the Community News Mint has announced. It's going to break chromium in apt. So, this was. A follow on from some comments that the main project made about. Snaps Awhile bike some criticisms they had about how it removes control. I think criticisms were mainly about how it removes control from district makers I'm not sure that I agree with most their point, spout removing control from the uses. But what they've decided to do is make so that. Won't be able to install snappy as a result of installing another package. And because in a boon to which lex mint is based on chromium is installed as a snap. and. Upgrades from previous versions. We might have been as Deb by installing a snap with the package. It now means that chromium white be able to be installed throughout. So have been actually broken kramer an APP. It doesn't sound like a broken chromium. Well according to their monthy news post, it says that they are deliberately breaking it so that if you try and instill Carmen via apt. It will just tell you why it's broken, and that is because instead of insulting. Stop the and pulling down the snap of it. They're blocking that by default. You will then be able to manually install snap day and then snap install chrome if you want to, but they are kind of making a point here kind of drawing a line in the sand, saying we don't agree with this, and so we're going to try and Bob. This barrier to educate people about it, okay. I was quite surprised when I read this today. Because obviously, we made these changes in into like seven or eight months ago, and it was well documented Y. we will making this change in the fact that we were making this change. On I suppose, it's a bit disheartening to see the Lennox of responded in this way. Fails a

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Ubuntu Podcast

00:49 sec | Last month

S13E11 Inside out clothes - burst 05

"And. Upgrades from previous versions we might have been as Deb by installing a snap with the package. It now means that chromium white be able to be installed throughout. So have been actually broken Kramer, an APP it doesn't sound like a broken chromium. Well according to their monthy news post, it says that they are deliberately breaking it so that if you try and instill Carmen via apt. It will just tell you why it's broken, and that is because instead of insulting. Stop the and pulling down the snap of it. They're blocking that by default. You will then be able to manually install snap day and then snap install chrome if you want to, but they are kind of making a point here kind of drawing a line in the sand. Saying

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Ubuntu Podcast

00:39 sec | Last month

Expand - test 1 - 2

"As a result of installing another package. And, because in a boon to which lex mint is based on chromium is installed as a snap. and. Upgrades from previous versions we might have been as Deb by installing a snap with the package. It now means that chromium white be able to be installed throughout. So have been actually broken kramer an APP it doesn't sound like a broken chromium. According to their monthy news post it says that they are deliberately breaking it so that if you try and instill

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Remembering Larry Kramer, an AIDS warrior on a soapbox and the stage

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

00:43 sec | Last month

Remembering Larry Kramer, an AIDS warrior on a soapbox and the stage

"Author and activist Larry Kramer died Wednesday in New York of pneumonia and academy award nominated screenwriter Kramer realized early on the threat aids pose to the gay community in the early nineteen eighties he founded the militant group act up known for its acts of civil disobedience on behalf of aids research anyway just a bitter campaign against top federal virus Dr Anthony Fauci Tony is got his bureaucratic suit on instead of his humanitarian doctor sued on whom he accused of

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Revisiting the Archive: Larry Kramer

Making Gay History

06:59 min | Last month

Revisiting the Archive: Larry Kramer

"I've talked before in this series revisiting the archive about anger. How it can fuel action? How an anger is partnered with love? It can produce a kind of righteous rage that propels us those of us who lived through the AIDS crisis. Know about it. Some of US learned it from Larry Kramer who died this week in Manhattan where he's lived for. Decades Larry was famous for being one of the first billions to sound the alarm during that last epidemic. The one that began forty years ago he was on the front lines even before aids was called AIDS and became a global epidemic at swept away more than thirty million lives before AIDS. Larry was best known for his work as a screenwriter and author but the virus that was claiming so many lives in the political indifference political negligence that greeted it turned Larry into a very public activist. His friends were dying and he felt compelled to do something more than to just bury the dead and mourn their loss in nineteen. Eighty-two Larry co-founded a gay men's health crisis now known as GM five years later he co-founded act up the AIDS coalition to unleash power. Act Up came to be known for its brilliant use of public protests to bring attention to the epidemic by early nineteen eighty nine. When I I met Larry AIDS take in more than sixty thousand lives. Most of them. Gay Men Larry quickly earned a reputation as an uncompromising firebrand with a fierce temper. I'm not proud of it. But that kind of person generally inspires me to run in the other direction. I was more than a little anxious. I approached the door to Larry's apartment in a building that fronts Washington Square Park in New York. City's Greenwich Village. As I said when this episode originally aired I got myself worked up. Nothing I brace myself for a tornado and found the teddy bear. Here's the same. Larry welcomed me into a spacious apartment and showed me into his all white book line living room and I took a seat opposite him across a broad desk as I said at my tape recorder and attach the Mike to his shirt. We talked about how we both had wanted to find a husband early in life and settle down and that led us back in time to Larry's memories as it confused and Unhappy College student in the Early Nineteen fifties. I pressed record interview with Larry Kramer Thursday January twenty six thousand nine hundred eighty nine at the home of Larry Kramer in New York City. Interviewer is Eric. Marcus tape one side one. When I went to Yale I thought I was the only gay person in the world and tried to kill myself because I was so lonely. Did try to What am I think that was fifty? Three was the year my freshman year. Yeah is awful. I mean I do want to go back that far curious because I was a college student on seventy six desperately unhappy. We're at Vassar College. There were there were a lot of gays. They weren't that many people think there were a lot if there were so many gays. Why was I so unhappy? Miserable person and And deaths seemed very appealing at moments during my freshman year when I was dating a woman in making off the man by in life and fifty three must have been much more difficult than seventy six at Vassar. You can even start in shifty. Three Easter I knew I was gay. I think from the day I was born and I think that there have been I. I now know that there were isolate. They were experiences all through before. I even got to Yale. And they were all covert in guilt. Inducing on on everybody's part so the it seemed as if all those early years were spent trying to deny these feelings the feelings would sort of get to strong erupt in and I would have an experience. Which would autumn always make me feel guilty in one way or another and then you put it you become. Sylvia's would come down for a while a week a week or two and Yale was awful. There was a gay bar called parolees. It was awful the time when I finally have the courage to go there. It was only two blocks from campus. But it was a million years away. It was very dark and grey and inside and smokey and and filled with old old older man and I only went the once and somebody picked me up. A car drove for like hours before we found a place that was quiet to do it and then he drove me back where you didn't say a word all of that list of yourself. I eight two hundred aspirin. Oh my God talk about slow and Miss. You must have been pretty miserable to swallow two hundred and yours anymore. Will after you wanted out. Was that who knows. It's a scene. I'll never forget the scene of taking pills the Yup and find you're still better. I didn't wake up. I I went to bed and I got scared and I call. The campus. Police came took me to the hospital and put myself and that was in woke then I fell asleep and I woke up in a room with bars and after grace new haven hospital and there. Was this very unpleasant hospital psychiatrist. Who said all right Mr Cramer? Why did you do it and I go fuck yourself or words to that end he said? I'm now you're not going to be let out of this hospital until you tell us why you did it. And I just had a few rubbed me the wrong way and I wouldn't have told who who knew why I did it anyway. So my brother who's always sort of looked after me came and got me out and he was friends with the dean of Freshmen. My brother had been the before me and And it was you know ordinarily when something like that happen you were shipped off to go join the army really in those days. Yeah and then you come back to Yale and you've grown up but they let me stay. If I went to the University of Coyote. Just his name was Dr Fry Clement Fry. And he was about in the sixties he had silver hair and it was a good looking man he whereas reptiles button down shirt and You just knew that. He cared more about Yale and he ever did about you

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Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:04 min | Last month

Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84

"Writer playwright author gay rights activists and aids activist Larry Kramer has died of pneumonia at the age of eighty four here's Jim Chevy our reporter once described Larry Kramer as the game worlds leading apostle of unrest certainly he was an active he co founded the group's gay men's health crisis and act up in the nineteen eighties in response to the aids epidemic and Kramer's writings were meant to stir up the audience his play the normal heart portraying the pain of HIV still even though Kramer's set out to be confrontational he told CBS news it was not easy making a full of himself in front of others but you know you kind of think of the greater but Jim Shannon B. C. B. S. news Kramer and his husband architectural designer David Webster have been together since nineteen ninety one they were also a couple back in the seventies act up said the Kramers raids helped inspire a movement and Elton John said today that we've lost a giant of a man who stood up for gay rights like a

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Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84

Ron St. Pierre

00:16 sec | Last month

Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84

"Larry Kramer and trailblazing gay rights and aids activist is dead at the age of eighty four Kramer who had various health complications through the years died yesterday from the Monia he was credited with shifting the national response to the aids crisis in the eighties and

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AIDS activist and "The Normal Heart" playwright Larry Kramer dies at 84

News, Traffic and Weather

00:37 sec | Last month

AIDS activist and "The Normal Heart" playwright Larry Kramer dies at 84

"Back in the eighties when HIV aids became a crisis playwright Larry Kramer used his angry voice to raise theater goers consciousness of it later forming the game men's health crisis and then act up Larry Kramer died on Wednesday many remember in play right now aids activist Larry Kramer best known for his play the normal heart Elton John said in a statement that we have lost a giant of a man who stood up for gay rights like a warrior Lin Manuel Miranda writes on Twitter that Cramer was an extraordinary writer Rosie o'donnell called him an American hero Kramer was diagnosed with HIV in nineteen eighty nine he died of pneumonia Larry Kramer was eighty

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Larry Kramer, groundbreaking author and Aids activist, dies aged 84

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:13 min | Last month

Larry Kramer, groundbreaking author and Aids activist, dies aged 84

"A man named Larry Kramer died and he's not a household name except in some households. he is in mine. He was the CO founder of gay men's health crisis which is one of the first and largest AIDS service organizations ever. He was also and this is what he'll go down in history for for he was the founder of act up which is called the AIDS coalition to Unleash Power. And what act up did what they aim to do was unleash the power of the communities that were being killed hand over fist by the AIDS epidemic in its first years an act up tactics in the mold of Larry Kramer were impolite and pushy and often Cathartic and ultimately very effective. There's really been nothing else like it in my lifetime. How would you define the objectives of we want to end the AIDS epidemic? Simple as that plane. Simple cleaning some by whatever means necessary. We tried being nice. I think we've had to resort to these tactics because nobody listens quite frankly we now have some seventy chapters around the world with over a quarter million members. So I think what's happening is that the backlash is not against us. The backlashes against the system more and more people are so furious that they perceive the government. Not doing anything in this case is is the is the end so desirable that any means justifies well. We are a non-violent organization. I don't think we're here to to make friends. We're here to raise the issues no matter what you do. X. Number of people are going to approve and x number. People aren't so you might as well get your message across the best way you can. You would allow. You're not making friends. I would allow that. Aids is a very complicated issue and that we are now at last beginning to make friends. And as I said I think the groundswell of new chapters of new members is very similar to what happened during the Vietnam War where people got so angry at the government that they were forced into this frustration. And I think that's definitely what happening now. It took fifty took ten years for the first one hundred thousand cases the next hundred thousand cases. They're all going to happen. In the next fifteen months took ten years for the first hundred thousand cases the next hundred thousand cases are going to happen in the next fifteen months and our case with this epidemic took three months to get to one hundred thousand dead in the last epidemic to kill tens of thousands of Americans and the AIDS epidemic. Act UP WAS ABOUT. The people most affected by the virus speaking for themselves rather than being ignored or spoken for or worst of all spoken about it was also about unapologetic uncompromising anger at government response. That was slow and stupid and callous and not driven by science and ultimately fatal to thousands of US peaceful. Yes but angry loud at times. Profane unafraid confrontational confrontational protests backed up by willingness to do the real work of ending the epidemic

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Larry Kramer, Author and Outspoken AIDS Activist, Dies at 84

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:19 sec | Last month

Larry Kramer, Author and Outspoken AIDS Activist, Dies at 84

"Center writer Larry Kramer has died he was an early aids activist who chronicled the pain of the epidemic in the play the normal heart Greenberg who founded the group gay men's health crisis in nineteen eighty one he was eighty

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Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84

"Please write an aids activist Larry Kramer has died at the age of eighty four his husband David Webster tells The New York Times Kramer died of pneumonia I marquees are a letter with a look at creamer's career Larry Kramer earned an Oscar nomination for his nineteen sixty nine screen play adaption of the DH Lawrence novel women in love he also wrote the screenplay for lost horizon and the plays the normal heart the destiny of me and sissy scrapbook Kramer and his friends founded the group gay men's health crisis in nineteen eighty one to address the aids epidemic before it was even known as aids in nineteen eighty seven he founded the aids coalition to unleash power or act up a group that pushed for policy changes to help people living with aids

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Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:47 sec | Last month

Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84

"Playwright writer an aids activist Larry Kramer has died CBS is Steve Caton writer Larry Kramer brought dramas to life in books on screen and on stage in plays such as the normal heart but it's the passion and activism Kramer brought to the fight against aids that is his true legacy he co founded the group gay men's health crisis in nineteen eighty one at a time when the disease was new and mysterious most of the country doesn't know about this cancer a few years later Kramer raise the stakes his new group act up in bracing confrontational tactics prominent aids researcher Anthony found she said there are two eras in American medicine before Larry and

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Larry Kramer, author known for his AIDS activism, dead at age 84

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:38 sec | Last month

Larry Kramer, author known for his AIDS activism, dead at age 84

"Plate right writer and aids activist Larry Kramer has died CBS is Steve Caton writer Larry Kramer brought dramas to life in books on screen and on stage in plays such as the normal heart but it's the passion and activism Kramer brought to the fight against aids that is his true legacy he co founded the group gay men's health crisis in nineteen eighty one at a time when the disease was new and mysterious most of the country doesn't know about this cancer a few years later Kramer raise the stakes his new group act up

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Robert Smith, Vista Equity Partners; PPP & Minority-Owned Businesses

Squawk Pod

04:29 min | Last month

Robert Smith, Vista Equity Partners; PPP & Minority-Owned Businesses

"For businesses around the world today isn't a restart it's a rethink that's why they're partnering with. Ibm retailers are keeping their systems up as millions of orders move online. Paul centers are using IBM Watson to manage an influx of customer questions with a I and solutions built on the IBM cloud are helping doctors care for patients remotely today. We're rethinking how business moves forward. Let's put smart work visit. Ibm DOT com slash thing to learn more this squad pod? I'm CNBC producer. Katie Kramer Today on our podcast private equity giant and richest African American billionaire Robert Smith on getting loans to entrepreneurs or capital is be driven. Frankly into this small businesses hands in probably give them a little more flexibility in terms of hobbies and and how to leverage technology for digital future. But I think we should think about what are the most effective ways for us to educate our population to drive forward into you know into the teacher of opportunity plus when reopening is on the Menu Cameron Mitchell restaurants founder and CEO laid off thousands of workers. Now he's opening doors again. I think we're going to survive but it's GonNa be a while before we get the hospital. It's Monday may twenty Fifth Happy Memorial Day squad. Pat Begins Right now Robert. F Smith is the founder Chairman and CEO of Vista Equity which has fifty seven billion dollars in investment capital. Vista is the fifth largest enterprise software company in the world as well and overseas more than sixty portfolio companies that employ more than seventy thousand people around the world. Smith is also the first African American to sign the giving pledge and he was recently awarded the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy. He's on many lists as the wealthiest black American and lately. He's been working directly with the White House on the roll out of the paycheck protection program and how to get the loans in the hands of the most in need especially minority owned business. Pp was designed to rescue mainstream. According to the small business administration more than four million loans have been approved so far totaling more than five hundred billion dollars. Here's Andrew Ross Sorkin with billionaire businessman and Philanthropist Robert F Smith. You had worked with the White House on this program and so I just ask you to start by giving it a grade. Do you believe the money's getting where it needs to go. You know be first Tron of the P P P I think was challenge to get to the the small businesses small medium businesses a second charter for being a lot more effective But one of the things we discovered. Angela's US not discussed is that there is a frankly banking desert's in a lot of the communities about seventy percent of the African American community. Actually don't have a branch bank and so we've been working with a they treasury you know senator Sector MNUCHIN and Senator Schumer in Pelosi Dachsie work on building capacity and what I saw the capillary banking systems which are the community development financial institutions and a minority depository institutions building out the Pasadena to get these dollars into the hands of these small businesses which are essential to our communities so what are those capillary banks. Look like who you to right. If you are a small business owner this morning listening to you this morning. Where did you go go? Go to get that money then. So there's a bad a little over a thousand of these days. Cdfi's and the India is and these banks typically are in the communities there mainly in what we call targeted communities Unfortunately a lot of the larger banks don't bank those organizations those businesses any longer and is about ninety four percent or so of the African American businesses are so proprietorships and don't have banking relationships. And so what we've been doing is is enabling. Technically enabling got some wonderful teams have been ebeling these businesses they interface with the transit system at the and you can go to number places. There's national bankers dot org goes National Action Network. We've been worked black churches. Our Fair share A number of organizations that we've been working with to enable these banks to be able to processed loans and we just probably about ninety billion dollars or so left in the second of AP and I think it's essential if these small urban businesses African American Latin next businesses get Get their share This stimulus capitals of really frankly Repair some of the economic damage that this covert virus

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Animal Agricultures Awakening Hour

Plant Strong

07:37 min | Last month

Animal Agricultures Awakening Hour

"Today's guest was inspired by his dad to change the world and have a lasting positive impact on health and the environment. I'm talking about Ethan Brown. The founder and CEO of beyond meet a disruptive and innovative plant based Meat Company and. I know you've seen her to them. Because they are ubiquitous. These days interview was recorded pre covert nineteen so while we don't specifically discuss it. This episode is very timely. Since as you've I'm sure read. One of the areas most affected by this horrific disease. Is Our food supply chain specifically the animal food supply chain. The conditions are deplorable for both the animals and humans at these meat processing plants and the health of both is compromised. Daily Ethan discusses in detail. I was company is improving the efficiency the safety the health and the environmental impact of his beyond meat. Production and the benefits are huge. We know that the average consumer even those who eat animal meat are aware and very concerned about these health and social issues. As Ethan says I believe there is a new dawn for American agriculture. And this conversation is our awakening our in fact just last week. Jim Cramer the host of mad money on. Cnbc said that beyond meat is a small company but so Amazon so was facebook and so was Google and then he goes on to say and I quote. It's all going beyond meets way and what is beyond me doing. They're cutting prices. I think the pandemic is saying start eating plant based Kramer continues to go on to say that the rising demand for plant based protein will not be a passing fad and that. There's no hobby here. The Hobby is going to end up being meet man. Jim You are talking our language. I think the pandemic is saying start eating plant based eating meats going to become a hobby love it? Here's to having the heart of a hero and not being afraid to challenge the status quo in fact instead of being divisive it's time we collectively come together and work to solve these problems on behalf of the animals the longevity of our planet and our own health it is my mission and it's the mission and driving force for my friend. Ethan Brown all right here. We are season two of the the plant. Strong podcast I am here with Ethan Brown. The CEO of beyond me. And I want you to know and I'm at World Headquarters for beyond me. Where exactly are we? So we're going to California el Segundo AB- like what two miles from the airport? Exactly yeah I mean it was the most. This is the easiest drive ever made from the airport and season to just so you know the whole theme is heart of a hero and we're really trying to identify People that are changing the game and and that's who were having an inviting on season two of the Pike Aston. You probably more than just about anybody. I know are changing the game in a multitude of ways and I and I wanna get into that so you are truly a game changer. Speaking of the game game changers. Have you seen the movie I have in before I even get into that? I mean I just WanNa share on August the impact you and your family out on my own life and just how much a fan of yours and incredibly sincere. I've watched forks over knives yet more times than I can count Shared it with more people than I can count And you don't want. We got a chance to connect few years back. It was a terrific thing for me. No I've been a big fan of yours for a long time to be here being everybody. You surreal well. I I'm flattered. Thank you and so in the game changers. You saw it. Did you like it. I love that movie. Yes in fact. You're so intimately viable that but I'm having to stop myself showing you a clip. Because it's almost every time someone comes to my office injured in this subject. But of course that would be lost on you because you set the record for most I think most downloaded most downloads of a documentary ever and they broke it in a little over a week. It's remarkable and it resonates so strongly with me for so many of the reasons that it also resonates with you of course But even as somebody's building business it was really important for me to see this You know growing up we were very much exposed to the got milk campaign. I mean that was something that was a big part of culture and and maybe less so today but you know the use of athletes to promote a particular type of animal-based protein with something the California Milk Board. Did you know very well And and that was something that because of my own background and interest in the milk industry. My family was doing I paid a lot of to the got milk campaign with came time for me to start my own company I. She hired the original sponsor of that campaign. I'm Jeff Manning on the California Milk Board. He had left since you grew up on a dairy farm. I grew up in the city. Okay on my dad's a professor and we He he didn't like being in the city and so he wanted to have a place to recreate because he grew up in the country and so got a farm Very early on in my childhood and he's kind of entrepreneurial so ultimately we get wholesale cattle there Dairy but but he rate so To went back and found the person who who wrote the original mandate for the got milk campaign of someone named Jeff Manning on the California Milk Board and that led to that campaign with milk mustache. And you know Bo Jackson Derek. Jeter et CETERA. And so I asked him to come work with me so we were together for a number of years creating the future protein campaign that we have here on the go beyond campaign and it's been been remarkable woman named Beth. Moskowitz has brought in more athletes. I can count Really remarkable career having or you know deandre Jordan Deandre Hopkins Chris Paul. They are now getting behind the idea. That a plant based Diet is the best performance and so game changers just nails that yeah and and there's a scene in there with the Tennessee. Titans football players and chastity. Morgan yes is cooking. I think some burgers on a grill. Those beyond Meat Burger. Yes we love the the Morgan's and all they're doing and I think that's just a great story and you're seeing that Clifford throughout the NFL particularly NBA. Where lightness quickness is so important you seeing so many. Nba Athletes turn to a plant based Diet for no other reason improve the performance. They also love the social aspect of it. They love the disruptive Challenger. Let's let's not do things the way we used to do. Let's bring something forward in this. World is a little better for for their kids. The challenge the status quo. Yeah there's a big big part of that

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"kramer" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

15:36 min | 6 months ago

"kramer" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Of his attitude towards my fears and his inability to deal with my feelings I had come to have almost is no self esteem. I was scared and I was very unhappy in my mind. I had no other choice but to leave at the time I left. I felt that there was something terribly wrong with me that my son would be better off without me and and it was only after I got to California that I realized after getting into therapy that I wasn't such a terrible person and just because I needed some kind of creative or emotional than my child. That didn't make me unfit to be a mother. You you know just for listening to it. Though it occurred to me is part of how powerful that moment is. Does it depend on. How you in the audience can fill in what phrases like more and more unhappy mean or what freezes lake esteem no self esteem or emotional creative outlets contra the typical demands demands of motherhood? I feel like those things like my mom's divorced my dad for similar reasons and I have a sense of what those things mean but it occurs to me that eh they also leave a lot unsaid and I wonder if the power of this speech in terms of how it recalibrate sorry diggers how you feel about these people relative to each other depends on how devastating more and more unhappy is. There's a way in which I feel like someone could. I mean compared to the things that we saw him go through sort of not materialize that language into like an actual experience. That is still worth leaving your child. I mean also I think the history of as far as I can see he is a great person in the history of straightness in marriage. Very much does not fill in those gaps the emotional lives of women and wives that certainly western artists sort of always telling knowing me but it's like an extraordinary performance and I think the power of that depends on you. I think it depends on us a little bit. Because what she's saying are in some ways empty buzzwords. Yeah although she obviously feels something very deeply. There's something behind them you know. They're broad enough and open enough that you could read a lot of different things into them. I mean part of what I think is extraordinarily ordinary about the performance is that she is mining there for me. I feel like I do understand what she means like. I can see this moment coming late in the film and reshaping came before in a way. But then we're watching it. It's different when you remember all the things that come before I struggled a little bit fair but it's also like it's not about her and it's not really even about the speech itself it's about the meaning that the film has attached to these things. I'd be very curious to hear what the Robert Benton script before sounded like the one that either either he or she are both agreed needed to be scrapped for something that was more sympathetic to her character and opened up more possibilities for her character. Do a lot of that right. The character was less sympathetic overall overall. Yeah but I think for the most part had to do with her interpretation and you're acting choices as opposed to. I am actually giving you a new piece of script rewrites and As you say I mean th the speech she gives us very open ended. It doesn't completely when you over to her side. It leaves a lot of room open to still dislike her. If if you wanted to and thank you know. She doesn't deserve to get the kid so I only hesitate to imagine what it was like before and also I think it's worth getting into what happens immediately after the speech which is the really really brutal moment when she's cross examined by his lawyer and really broken down and forced to admit that she's a failure. I mean it's a horrible horrible moment maybe analogous to some of the things that happen in marriage story in the courtroom where you know. Someone's actions are speeches weaponized against them in a way and really the whole point of that lawyers line of questioning is to it just emotionally break her down and get her to say on the stand. Yes I was a failure at the one lasting emotional relationship of my life which was with my husband. Yeah and you know part of what I think. Think is interesting about marriage story and I think these moments are things that that movie deliberately revises by. For example this Meryl Sheep Moment is toward the end of its movie and in marriage story reschedule has a big monologue early in the movie between herself and Lord Dormitories sitting down and in a long kind of winding moment describing her problems with her marriage. And and since he's doing it with her attorney to be it's detailed it's tangential. It feels to me like a counterpoint. To like a moment where you know bombeck himself maybe be or someone else like reading. The script was like okay. You see this moment you have to do something better than this in your movie like you're doing the opposite you're putting it towards the top top you're having it be a privileged conversation with an attorney where she can just unwind. The husband's not there. It's not in the courtroom. She's not going to be slut. Shamed or call the failure directly directly after and she is going to all the reasons that the marriage sucks before we really hear from my husband. Why their marriage sucks? It's like it goes out of its way to do the roads. Some people still think that marriage story is is too uneven but I think seeing relationship to this movie is very clarifying for me actually. It's really helping me understand those choices. I can't say that they're all like specifically pivots against this movie but I'm one hundred percent sure that everyone involved in that movie watched the watched this film for sure I mean however autobiographical. Oh by graphical the film is. I think it's aware of its place in movie history. Get Lady to be a double feature. You Know Funny Twenty double feature so we wrap. I thought the courtroom scene not knowing what's GonNa Happen Custody wise. I honestly didn't know I forgot. I forgot who got custody. I saw this so long ago. And I knew that there was some kind of a Switcheroo at the end end but what it actually was came as a surprise to me so after a short and I think really heartbreaking scene in which Hoffman goes to meet his lawyer at a restaurant and that's the moment finds out that he's lost cost he can tell just from the lawyers faith and I love that detail he doesn't have to actually ask the question and He's probably not surprised because the law did at the time and probably to some extent still does tend indigo in the favor of the mother especially for younger children like this and then we get. Probably the supreme tearjerker scene of the whole movie where he and billy make breakfast together. French toast again. Right mirroring the first time. And now they've got it down to a science and they can make it in this lovely way and they both kind of know that their last morning together billy stuff is all packed up up and admit it gets me it does look a little old fashioned dramatic symmetry. I can't can't not respon- little little shawl collared sweater delays wearing. When he's sitting with the suitcases he looked so adults? But he's so tiny. I mean you just feel for him because he's just gotten so yanked around in the course of this movie. Yeah the poor kid. Yeah it's really as many criticisms but I have this movie. I can't escape the power of these like after the court this stuff and yet to your point about him finding out after you lost its even. We don't see attorneys face right. It's like Dustin Hoffman entering the bar restaurant or whatever walking toward the camera and reacting to the face and we didn't know it's all extraordinary and then yet there's the end okay so then talk about a spoiler so then vote forgot about. I know I completely forgot. Is it the very morning honestly. This is not a great argument for the Meryl Streep but the very morning. They've been up all night packing right putting the teddy bears and bags and crying about it and she shows up that morning to pick him up and she can't do it in fact she doesn't even come up to the apartment she calls through the Intercom and Dustin goes down to her. And it's in the lobby and she springs this surprise his which I have to say I love the over. The shoulder shot as they're hugging and he's comforting her but he's also smiling with this sort of like. Yes you know like I got it. I want. But she tells him that she's not taking making the kid. And what is the reason that she gives that he's home already right. which good reason you know that this is normalcy? And that's something that kids absolutely need and that's the kind of thing they could said in in the courtroom even just like what we need for the kids stability. The kid is the focus. I will say something. The movie doesn't do that. I'm glad it doesn't do is that. We know that she went to a therapist. I think that if we'd seen those scenes the movie would be at risk of pathologising her more and I'm glad that that doesn't happen because this is like a mysterious choice voice and just not what I'm expecting from her and it also doesn't feel inconsistent. I'm surprised but I believe her doing this. I'm glad that there's no oh quote unquote reason beyond this reason. Also a very understanding reaction on Ted Kramer's part at that moment when he could easily have said. Can you please stop jerking US around here. We were up all all night packing crying French toast and now you're not going to take him but I feel like there as with the restaurant scene up until throws the glass that there's a sense a little bit like the marriage marriage story actually that the two of them are starting to come to a place that they realize. Wait we have to get over our own drama so good co parents right and the things she says about the clouds painting the clouds in the room. Another tearjerking right and just this idea that it's the place that she is built for him. Which is the first place you see them together and the clouds right that he belongs and You know we have to assume that they're going to have some kind of arrangement if not joint custody that she's going to be there for his life in some way right so in the same way. That marriage story has a happy but rueful ending where they're all going to be okay. Hey I think this movie ends up there too. Yeah I agree. It's a good thoughtful ending and something I was saying to you off. Mike is just you know in this era of the Academy Awards when they didn't have screeners owner's sticking these kinds of landings does seem to matter in terms of the impressions that voters or you know other academy people have of the movie. Yeah yeah these last segments are I think we're the movie really makes a really great case for itself like the the whole movie I think makes a case for itself but it's the end where you're like I mean does is it compared to the end of apocalypse. Now no not to me or the end of all that jazz. I'm never going to get over it. But Yeah Oscars there's no justice I'll have to get over it. And this is also not coincidentally this is also where Meryl Streep's a part of the movie. Yeah well and and Meryl Streep as always as throughout her career she can elevate material tibial. There have been better last lines to a movie than the last two lines of this moving. Into how do I look you look terrific. It was sort of one like really. That's where you're ending it. Elevator door closing which both it echoes that earlier. Elevator door closed and it asks a lot of them both facially right. I mean they have to get a lot done in this this few seconds as the doors closing between them and I kind of wish that they had an exchange that very seventies moment of dialogue at the end but.

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"kramer" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

05:18 min | 7 months ago

"kramer" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Wife says she loves billion. I believe she does. But I'd like to know what law is it that says the woman is is a better parent simply by virtue of her. Sex is a field. Okay Q in Nineteen seventy nine. The New York Times signed published an article in which a group of experts discussed legal shortcomings of the then new drama Kramer versus Kramer a sample. It could not have been the correct decision. The public would have been and deceived and thinking so said Philip. Solomon a former president of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers in one thousand nine hundred nine amaze me to hear the lawyer. Tell the father if you want custody we must go for the jugular said Doris. Jonas freed chairman of the American bar. Association's Family Law Section Friedman onto describe the films of you of courts favoring the mother except under extraordinary circumstances as outdated but freed also admitted. This was true of some judges. You're not going to convince them otherwise. She said they're just that breed. That may have to die out police case Shea. Adding Justice of the New York State Supreme Court also noted that the child at the center of the film's battle would have had some input into the matter sane saying no judge tries a custody case would make a decision without interviewing the child. The child was very articulate intelligent boy in the movie he surely would have had views about where he wanted to be much. It could have been learning about his Welfare Shea. Also summarize a general feeling of those on sold it for the piece. The legal aspects of the film were fifty years behind the Times but the articles must telling quotes. Come not from any of the interview subjects but the author of the peace. George delay who writes the plot of the film quote would have sounded bizarre a decade ago but seems entirely plausible. In today's world of mothers seeking fulfillment and fathers taking custody of young children in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine California became the first day to legalize the no fault divorce. I mean that neither party had to show wrongdoing to an marriage ten years later the release of Kramer versus Kramer attempted to capture the state of the nation living in the aftermath of that decision. Did it succeed. The question whose answer undoubtedly looks different now than forty years ago and will doubtlessly look different. Still Forty years. From now it depicting the the dissolution of the Kramer of Marriage Kramer versus Kramer makes little attempt to be even-handed Ted Kramer played by Dustin Hoffman. And your daddy sustained late at the office of working into the night at home is taken by surprise when his wife Joanna played by Meryl Streep Informs Him that She's leaving him over the course of the next eighteen months. Ted Comes to realize. He's made mistakes in the clutches wife's happiness but the film depicts Joanna as flaky and irresponsible driven. By some vague new agey quest for self fulfillment the driver to California only to bring her back almost at a whim to retrieve the child she left behind that women's Lib might at Stoke discontent arises as a possibility as well. She might earn her understanding. Thanks largely to streets it's performance but she never earns her sympathy Kramer versus Kramer. Let's that fall almost entirely Ted who struggles began with attempt to make French toast and extend to create threatening need need to be present for his son. Even when deadlines loom. It's here that the film becomes to quote another line for the nineteen seventy nine piece a divorce movie that transcends the Jonah of divorce annuities if Kramer versus Kramer load the dice on the battle between the Kramer's the legal proceedings even more questionable. Now than in nineteen seventy nine. Is there anything that judge won't allow Ted relationship with his son. Billy leaps beyond those concerns Justin. Henry won an Oscar nomination for his work is billy and he and Hoffman. believably play characters set adrift from the Protection Protection of fully intact family. Ted Grows frustrated and overreacts when billions careless. Billy turns fearful and confused it all feels heartbreakingly real as is through the father and sons more tender moments. Each in his own way is trying to figure out the new reality of world in which families might just be temporary arrangements so was the world itself itself which might explain how the film not only earned rave reviews but beat out all that jazz. Norma Rae breaking away and apocalypse now for the Best Picture Oscar. The other ones had Hoffman. Who won best actor and been walked away with prizes for best adapted screenplay and best director which makes sense without been slow key direction and focus on the day to day routine? Eighteen and challenges of parenthood might seem like just a one sided depiction of a man damaged by selfish woman instead. It plays like a snapshot of a family trying to understand what to do. When Mary Jen's the other responsibilities remain one of many in a world trying to do the same Don't get defensive. Don't try to bully me. I'm not getting defensive. Who Will Donald House fifteen? I am still his mother from from three thousand miles away and just because a few postcards gives you the right to comeback never stopped wanting him social pupils you. What makes you so sure? He doesn't doesn't want me okay. We're going to sit here and back this back and forth. It was eight years old times. Denied tell me what I can or cannot do. Don't talk to me that way. You can have to do what to do about this. So.

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"And enter Kramer, eighty it's like receiving eight meals free. So go to hellofresh dot com slash Kramer, aiding. Enter Kramer, eighty for eighty dollars off your first month of hellofresh. So we are so excited because we have the fabulous cat. Nat on the phone. Hey guys. I am so. To it. It's so fun. I am so excited to talk to you girls like you have no idea has been counting down till we finally get you guys on here. The feeling is mutual. Well, I have to say so I, I found you on Instagram because I go through my comments, and I saw you guys and then I started stalking, you on Instagram and I just love everything that you to represent what you talk about how then take you guys are, how you're just ruling, the mom space. And it's just been I, I'm just I'm a I'm a total fan. I really am. You're welcome. Kid would say the same thing, but I know maybe one day, we'll get there. Maybe when they're twenty five still appreciate us. Kids is. You know what I mean? I don't know. I'm pretty cool now. But here's the thing, though, that I think is really interesting is even when like I love my mom, mom, I love you. I know you listen to this podcast, you're the best. But here's the thing, even at my age some thirty five years old, I still get annoyed with my mom. I still like I'm so excited to see her and then within five minutes, I'm like she's so annoying. Yeah, yeah. I get that. I think because when you're so close to them. I feel the same way. It's like you're sort of you're just like, oh, I love you. But can you just move away a little, you know what I need, like they want to help you, but they're overstepping it's so funny. It's this relationship, we have with our moms, we need them, but we want them a little bit away. You know. Yeah, I'm so desperate for my mom because I have four kids and she lived on street so badly. Like I probably have four kids because of her look her I probably would have had less, but I knew that I had her around. So I you know, I would have had more and more. It's not about it's not. My husband, but having my mom help. Yeah, it's just it's just such a funny dynamic, because every time like our parents come in town. We're like, okay like we have to pep talk each other up and be like now be nice patients. Nice like say, like, don't get short tempered, and within ten minutes. One of us in the room going like they're so annoying. And then like, but then when they leave it's like, oh, I was really nice. It's really nice. And I wish I was nicer to. And so then it makes me like sad for.

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"Janet, Kramer, did I heart radio. Don cats. So weird about was weird dying right now there's so much going on because we Sarah, I guest host today. God, it's like a girl. I it is pumped Michael is not here. We will explain later, but I just have to I talk about the fact that access live just like, wow. We started writing this was playing about like hiring the hot nanny, his you were everywhere. Well, it's funny because I got because we talked about like, you know, obviously, the nanny quit and we're hiring a new nanny. And it's funny. Some of the comments that I got were like, she's so insecure, and I said, and and to me it's like Jana, Kramer, so insecure, and I want to be like it's not about being insecure again, I think any whether my husbands cheated or not I still think it's for like. Look at it from a history point of view, Jude law, cheated with an any Ben Affleck ended up with the nanny so Roz del cheated on the you know, it's not the craziest thing ever, exactly. And again, it's kind of Mark said he's like you're putting me in the lion's den. I so you're human who why like a super hot chick around all the time and like playing mommy, and it's not in. It's not that. I'm insecure about it at all. But it's funny. They showed that clip about from the sex in the city when Charlotte donating she's like bouncing with no bra, her boobs up and down. And like that's exactly what I'm talking about. I again, I'm not into. I have my insecure moments. I won't say that I'm not insecure because I definitely have those moments. But you know, I just think it's not smart to have happens so much to it's sort of the ultimate cliche. Leftover the name your round this person twenty four seven which is kind of the point where people..

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"The wind down with Janet Kramer, an iheart radio podcast. Rome. Guys. We like literally no joke. We are on a train moving a moving train, drinking wine and will Michael's drinking, a the boards sprite, and we are joined. You don't know that laugh we are joined by Tanya. What is the rats Dan for my last name is Randy savage. So it's more time ready Saab. You've each does that Serbian. Oh, interesting hundred percent Serbian. So one hundred percent hundred you're born there born here, but so really make you hundred they'll both my parents are hundred. So like, they're they martier. I was born here. So my last name's vary. Very lengthy and some professional letters thirteen holy so professionally I was like oh, Email me. My emails Tanya ready salvage at heart media, or whatever. And people are like how do you spell that side? Just chopped it. How many people are going to try to Email? You know that name. Yeah. That it does not exist. So don't even try. I just I don't know. I love that. We're just so happy that you're going to be our co host on today's wind down is we have a lot to wind down with. But just to kind of get everyone in the scope of why we're here, we are helping or where a lot of listeners are here for the Red Cross. So we're here. And we're giving back and we're on a plane on a plane. Jesus name. We're we're gonna train you hear that little noise. That's why we're here. So yeah, it's gonna be fun. We're gonna drink and meet people and have fun and give back to the Red Cross. I'm super excited. I'm actually like really excited because I get to see you guys like in and out of the studio when we're like transitioning, and like, we we have vents here, and they're really excited to dislike I kinda love when you said to Mike in the car on the ride to the hotel to wanna tell our listeners what you said, I I come full circle with Mike. I did not love you in the beginning when I met you. So even when you met me when I eight yes. And it's I don't use the word hate, I didn't hate you. It takes a lot for me hate somebody. I did not not. I did not hate you. But I had heard some things what did you hear? I'm just from me from not from me or from like the word of mouth just word of mouth. Okay. But that's the true south like we've been through not anything like that was like gossipy like he cheated, blah, blah. So my guard was up with. You so, but as I've just little things that you've done here and there, and I don't even know if you know that you do these things you really are a.

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"I mean, the only thing that I'm cost, yes, legally and then for flights and stuff like and yes, that was it's always change a pain to change it. But again, I still go by Kramer for so many things that I'm known as Kramer would only thing that really bothers you as when you get called Mr Cramer, which was early in our relationship and now more a lot more stable in my own world that uncomfortable, like whatever there's some brace it Mr Cramer. But I mean they're bossy. That was important to me when Jannine I I got together and we got married was like, I understood that the whole stage name aspect, but for me, it was important in. There's not changing debate had gone through the name change again with your husband which we'll get to later. So. Oh, my. Oh, yes. No, we'll get there later, but I mean, I got, I had to change and it's like in that was a, we're only married for like a week. But I mean, it's still at such an annoying process data change your and I'm like, God like to do that again. It's do do I want to go through a hassle gun because you're right, even just with the fricken changing airline number. Yeah, so annoying. I've thought about if my husband's last name was easy to sneeze. Spell, like maybe one of these days myth. Yeah. Then I would like go through the process if it mattered to him and matter to my son, but he doesn't care. They don't care. But you cared. Now's something for me. I was like, you can be Janet Cramer on stage all you want. But legally I left paper. For for us and our children to have the same name is very important for me. Did you ever consider becoming Michael Kramer? Never. I will. Felt on it did that with her with her husband. And I said, now there you go good for him. Happen..

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Whine Down with Jana Kramer

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

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Whine Down with Jana Kramer

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"Yeah. Winedown with Janet Kramer. Did I heart radio on. We're having a jam party in here right now. I'm playing the forum September first in LA and. I just broke the news to eastern that I'm not singing his favorite song. So I was like, I just don't think my guys even know the song. It's called goodbye, California and eastern. I'd just like totally jammed out to it and saying it professional musicians have week and a half should tell them to learn it. The job. We just saying it together though. I mean, he's like, totally just hang it to. The board borough singing along to that. In the country where the daffodil American saying twang defied. Chicken is a beautiful thing. You is hug hall. So good. Bye. California. First lady's even better husband than me all the words. I don't even think you would know one lyric to that. Probably not. Not that one. I don't even think I've heard you perform at one at on the ever on yet, but we've got a a studio full. I'm so excited coming back for her grand return. Does she have the ring or not. Sara Gretzky obviously got market eastern in gen. And then my husband is back as well. So Jen, we dropped Joey off at preschool who cried Michael would not let go of her. I was like, let go over Joe. You're let me take you into the class down. That's play Plato and the teachers. No other parents are in their all the parents. It's just me like sitting fable planning. Plato. I did get out. Did you have any idea that you were going to react that way? A little? Yes, a little bit because when my brother because there's fourteen year difference between me and my brother, and so I remember dropping him off at preschool, and I remember giving my mom crap back in the day. 'cause you'd be like crying when she left and we mom's on big deal. And then the first time I dropped him off by myself and he called me Mimi when I was a kid. So he's like arms, be me, oh, my God. Start like balling have to leave. I felt like the worst person, the world, leaving him crying. I was going to be the one crying in this time. Mike literally would not like I was like, Michael, we have to go. And so she starts crying because he's like clinging onto her. And I was like, let go of her like we have, you're making her upset. She should daddy's girl now. Yeah. So that's why it's easy for leave because she just loves her daddy. Okay, but that's late. Yeah. When. Boy. Baby boy. I'm over over. It's going to be cuddle. Mommy. I just want to all they wanna do is cuddle with flight attendants on the plane last night back from out of town..

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"Skin for my hair and then also for to help with just de gestion for twenty five percent off your first month of personalized care of vitamins visit take care of dot com and enter kramer that's take care of dot com enter kramer for twenty five percent off your first month of personalized care of vitamins take care of dot com and enter kramer oh my gosh girls i love them their energy is off the charts i just love the fact that they've been through it all because you know because they had i mean gen girl and country song was john norma's i mean it was huge they were everywhere it was it was a jain normal genome song for that to be their first thing it's like if they would have just kept having those hits which would have been amazing for them but they wouldn't be making the music they're making now let me tell you guys i just heard a sneak peek song that's going to be one of their next either the second or third single it's incredible i mean they are writing with like confidence and experience and passion and it's like a suri shirty yeah it's like that's an is so great to see because they're growing and their fans are growing with them and they're just an i'm really i'm happy you know obviously i'm so happy that maddie is engaged in so sweet side of her but tae is a different person now i mean she's just she's lighter she's i'm really i'm really happy for ethan definitely tell that heartbreak sometimes the best thing for you it's the best growth in those girls are so grounded rain so young will it here's at the beginning when a group comes out like that you're like i give them two years to fight break up and be over and just in it's like you never hear from again but no these girls are fighting through it and i give them so much props for that and the fact that they've remained literally sisters in it so i was just going to say their friendship we should all take away something from that those we need to be friends with argo fronts the way the those party other yeah i mean high strive to do that always but you know sometimes that is hard it's hard it's super hard but those girls are a great example yeah i love them.

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"I happened to be in full heron makeup when i went to the federal building because i had a day of publicity and i literally was like squeezing in between three interviews so my kids aren't used to me looking like that i mean while i walk into the federal building you know in my legs crappy s patrols crappy shirt but with full hair and makeup you're more recognizable that way for sure and we're very thrilled federal building is it harder to date yes i mean some would say it's impossible to date unless you use like one of these sites or whatever that how you met your no no i'm friends with elisa schlessinger who did you know very publicly meet her her you know wonderful has been on riot the funny story about that is that i tried to get on riot and they wouldn't answer my emails what my publicist image so the way you get on there because because like like there why is this person are you on we'll take that straight my therapist why would they have all these people but we literally publicist emailed twice i we never got a response back and i was like okay i won't do that have got to be kidding printing i feel like well we probably need to reach out and do something with them but yeah i have i actually just wrote a script for my youtube channel about i did try online dating and it was hull areas listening is basically the liberties it's a celebrity dating sites you have to have the blue checkmark and you have to have so many followers but it's also verify you if you have a very large bank account and there's a certain with all due respect to all kinds of people in the industry there's a certain kind of woman in particular and man that they want on that site of corn raise the profile of their site it's fascinating but i tried using different datings dash not that i did okay keep it and someone was like why are you using jana kramer's photo and i'm like it is a little there's there's a there's a jewish online dating site called.

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"Winedown janet kramer did i heart radio podcasts hey it's time to wind down again i i'm kind of in a mood i'm just going to put that out there like right now well it's gloomy that's i think that's definitely a problem it's get rain it's raining today in la sixty degrees i think i definitely get like whether depression i love this weather you do it's my favorite weather it makes me want to do everything i you serious lou my gosh it makes me wanna crawl into like just a hole in in my bed and just watch like movies which is great but like i i wanna be productive today and i just feel like just been lagging and i'm just i don't know i'm just kinda like and i just got back from nashville to i was in nashville all last week and i love la but i just feel like depressed coming back and i'm like bummed about that is it because the sun is an out i mean i the weather is like amazing always know so i know i can't complain because it's usually sunny twenty four seven but i think again like i love nashville and that's where i really wanna raise jolie but what do you love about nashville first of all our our houses well we're selling it which is also really sad and a lot of memories with that but it's just you we can afford a house in nashville we can't afford a house here in la right and what we're renting right now is way more than our mortgage in nashville in it's just i mean champagne problems you know again like we have a house where we're so thankful but it's just.

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"A house homeroom thank you so much right i am overwhelmed by the love that us have given the show so thank you so much and i appreciate all the emails if you haven't emailed us please do it's jana kramer at i heart media dot com and i wanna share to emails right now that we got and again there were so many and i promise address as many emails as i possibly can but mark ticket away well i can short in a couple of these like jessica wants to know how you feel about playing music during sex my husband thinks it's weird you know that i'm in my drop if it's that song bring it or go to janet cramer thirty one album yeah great i honestly for me it doesn't matter i i do know i will say when we do have sex so we make sure that like puppy dog piles on or something like if there's something that's gonna distract the mood we turn off but if it's you know i'm fine with music melissa i'm going through infidelity having such a hard time if you can talk about how you're moving forward and how to get past it i could really use vice from someone going through the same thing love you melissa first off it is it is a tough tough thing and i think i honestly i would like for infidelity to be an episode on its own so because it's it's it's longer than just a two minute response but i will say in this moment right now to you i will address it on a further future podcast show but for right now my advice to stay in the present if you guys are both willing to work on it and there are boundaries in place for both of you and staying present.

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"But no serious thank you so much nikki appreciate it you are welcoming good luck and i'm just email away if y'all need any thank you bye okay so jennifer use tele fresh before i have i've received the vegetarian boxes and i love it it is a godsend if your mass i mean for for moms for college students for i mean for literally anybody for me personally though i am not the greatest cook when i look at a recipe i get really lost and it just seems overwhelming and i'm like i don't i don't have i don't have an hour to spend cooking this gourmet meal and then i found out about hellofresh and i was like oh it's amazing they send you exactly what you need so you don't have to spend hours at the grocery store trying to find all the ingredients they send you an easy quick recipe had minutes are left the thirty minutes left and it tastes amazing i mean it's so good i remember my husband came home and i was making these ball mc burgers they had sent us and he's like babe and i was like yeah it's really great isn't it and at the very end of the meal he's seriously like where did you get this from like which restaurant league no i'm serious i made it it's fresh and now he's totally on board with it but it's great because they're healthy recipes you can click how many meals you get a week in it's great and so for everyone listening right now for thirty dollars off for right now for thirty dollars off your first week of hellofresh visit hellofresh dot com slash kramer thirty and enter kramer thirty that's hellofresh dot com slash kramer thirty and enter the promo code kramer thirty let's get cook him so gender wanna get my husband doing even hasn't looks like so no i do i saw okay i watched a ton of football in my police.

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"Why down with janet kramer and i heart radio podcasts episode to can you believe that and we made it truly wheat yes what a week it's been who've men your thumbs have been really busy i have just been well first of all i just wanna say thank you to everyone that listened to the first podcast and listen to us and honestly made it it was a little bit of trauma that day though i was a had a rough day was released it was really dramatic and i was watching you reply to the thousands of people because being accused of something that you're you're not doing is upsetting in concocting zion what were you what were you thinking so for those of you that didn't go on instagram or catching the drama i so excited obviously i'm like m podcast wind downs out like liu and all of a sudden i started rian comments like you stole your thief and i'm like what like what i'm texting amy the producer at what is going on like what did we steal something like i like this other podcasts ladies says that you know i took her idea and her logo and her i'm like what so i was just so upset i mean and then i started kind of doing some research on this tasha girl and she i mean it was like girls like go after kramer girl i mean they went after me yet it was it was like katie taylor level i mean it was it was a little insane for a while it was intense and it hurt my feelings because i don't like to me the definition of stealing is taking something that you knew about right i didn't steal anything i didn't steal i didn't know about her blog or podcast i mean even if you if you were to search her podcast and i tunes it his come up so even if i heart did you know more research about the name or correlating things that wouldn't have even come up because it's not a registered podcast on itunes right but it's also so different it he says we have you'll have.

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"In sandra bullock i love her love her she's so classy she is she's always cut it classy even when she was going through the words of her life just the worst time i know he did her wrong that was just she is great she's just pure class and she's a moment yeah well like her a lot love speaking of hudson is about to have a baby she baby girl yeah we should have her on talk to her like how she bounds because she's been married three times i don't you know different kids with three different daddy's decide i'm curious all musicians she do is she's gotta type she's definitely definitely type but i will you know what i love her mom because when i got as soon as i started announcing that i was getting divorced i was like i'm never ever getting married again i'm going to goldie hawn it the rest of my life i mean it's working for right because they wake up every morning in they make the choice to stay together that's sub you there's not a piece of paper yeah well this is so much about i'm thank you so much for listening this is just made my entire world i hope you enjoy it as much as i have in john you're so sweet thank you for being here with me anything has wanna talk about please let me know any advice what you just anything i mean let's talk about it all email me at janet kramer at i heart media dot com and we'll be back next week and will wind down together again.

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"That stamps dot com and enter jannah okay should we talk about sex on the show i think so i mean it because i think sex in marriage is a huge issue absolutely mary not having sacks there is a problem oh yeah that is being talked about i mean my ex we didn't even sleep in the same bedroom for the last two and a half year because then like each other will yeah because we're not attractive to your aspen no where you ever i think so i mean that was so long ago we had to have been attracted to them to get married no i mean i i was so young really yeah probably yeah i'm sure i was there was there was a time did you ever think about the new how long how what was the longest you went without sleeping with your husband probably about three years three years no sex did you masturbate could we talk about that that much i will talk about it that's the problem i am so too far what did you just go to know if you guys think we're going to far i will stop i will pg this right on up but here's the problem if you guys wanna be open book with me we can talk about it all if you want to send me in your questions or your comments you can email me at jana kramer at i heart media dot com and if you have any questions about sex or what you should do like i have a friend she doesn't sleep with her husband and i have a hard lake they have to schedule sex i'm like well that's boring how often do they schedule it i think it's like every other month does she schedule bari other money it's my second we're having sex that's like what like the therapist had recommended so it's like and for me it's like i actually want to have more sex than has been which is an issue so was it always that way with him with michael.

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"The winedown with janet kramer i heart radio on kath hey guys what's up it's janet kramer and it's the wind down oh my goodness i'm so excited i've been wanting to do a podcast for years and i think for those of you that don't know who i am i get ten minutes to tell you who that is i think i need ten minutes but to start i'm a mom i have a beautiful two year old daughter name is jolie and she's the love of my life and she's the reason why do everything i'm mary and i say that with caution because my life is extremely public and it's been it's been a crazy journey because i have i've i've had a couple of marriages under my belt but i wouldn't really call the marriages i would call them glimpses of things because one i met when i was nineteen and then we went to vegas the other one i was only married to for a week and now he's my best friend and you know now i'm married and we've been married for it'll be three years and may happily a couple months but that's besides the point we'll talk about that later but wait a minute did you just say you were married to somebody for a week yeah how did you get divorced so fast now okay well here's the deal we were he's nama best friend which is the funniest part of all of his wife is like truly my best friend here in la and i we have like weekly dinner family parties but we were we were dating.

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