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International Scientists Say Booster Shots Are Not Necessary
"Story that broke a few hours ago. We're now we have international group of experts. Saying no if the experts among group opposing US booster shot plan The authors include two leading vaccine reviewers at the FDA. Doctors fill Krause and marrying Gruber, who recently announced they will be stepping down this fall. Among the other 16 authors are leading vaccine researchers in the US, Britain, France, South Africa and India. Plus scientists with the World Health Organization, which already has urged a more tournament boosters. In the US The White House has begun planning for boosters later this month of both the FDA and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention agree. Advisors to the FDA will weigh evidence about an extra fighter shot Friday to keep public meeting. Now the reason these two resigned and they are the two top experts at the FDA, not just to experts. Doctors fill Kraus man groupers, They said the Biden ministrations pressuring them. To approve the boosters. Georgetown University's Larry Gostin said the paper throws gasoline on the fire in the debate about whether most Americans truly need boosters whether the White House got ahead of the scientists. It's always a fundamental error process to make a scientific announcement before the public health agencies have acted and that's exactly what happened here is that Boston There's also a lawyer in public health specialists.
"kraus" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
"There was an actual government conspiracy like a genuine and actual one by the cia to suppress people's belief in ufo's not only that this is in the actual report of this meeting. Come out much later. They say that they want to infiltrate and monitor. Ufo groups civilian ufo groups that had started to spring up so there really is some kernel of seriousness to the conspiracy mongering here especially these government blown. Welcome to wise is happening with me. Your host chris hayes other things that float. At the periphery of your news awareness. Like you see a story and you have to make this kind of triage. This informational triage decision. About like all right. i'm gonna. i'm not invest in that one. I'm gonna declare bankruptcy on that story. And i because of my job. I don't do that a lot of reading a lot about a lot of things and trying to cram as much information into my brain as possible but you know. There'll be stories where i will flow. Pass periphery well one story like that. That was happening. I think during a very intensely news fraught period dollar lies which was basically twenty twenty and covid and the election. All that was the story of the pentagon and ufo's actually sends previous to that there had been these disclosures of in a literal sense unidentified flying object things that nick navy pilots had encountered the skies that they didn't know what they were. They couldn't quite understand what they're propulsion system was how they were making them nervous. They were making. There were a series of new york times articles with like kind of like mind blowing headlines like you know the navy pentagon discloses heretofore classified ufo footage. It's like a video comes out of a navy pilot like that and you're like well. What is that. But i just. It was the story that was sort of happening in the background. And i was just like. I don't know maybe maybe like wow. We're all focused on covid and donald trump and trying to get through this pandemic and like you know. Keep american democracy alive like it turns out aliens or real. They've been visiting us just got just got disclosed and everyone's just too busy with other stuff to figure it out and then you know as we came out of that sort of dark period. Particularly the darkness of cove. Winter covid slash insurrection winter which is really an intense period. I started to kind of think to myself. Like i should stop triaging. This an invest a little bit and so i started reading around to be like how do i make sense of what appears to be a series of government disclosures by serious people in interviews given by series people that seem to acknowledge that there are a parts of the government that monitor again unidentified flying objects. They've another acronym in the pentagon. Uap forget what extends for over my head and that series people say on the record things like i don't know what they are not ours. And what the hell do we do with that and you know. Obviously there's a long robust History of people talking about ufo's alleging may exist alleging vast cover-ups of their existence. Alleging that we've already made contact with them. I think those people have tended to be largely viewed as cranks in mainstream but also penetrating mainstream culture. I guess way. I would say it right. The fantasy of ufo's means an incredible standby in cultural production. And so the piece that. I read that like set my thinking. Straightest this is this piece appeared in the new yorker in april by gideon lewis kraus. It's called how the pentagon started taking. Seriously and i have been wanting to have a discussion about ufo's to just sort of sort through. Like what do we know what has been disclosed. What do we think hasn't been disclosed. And what does it all. Add up to in terms of what we are actually talking about here and gideon was a nice enough to come the program on all in the tv show. Host apm weeknights on msnbc. But we only got soccer five minutes. And so i wanted to get him back here on with pod so gideon lewis kraus great to have you on the program. Thank you so much. For having me. Chris let me start first with. Just you're a writer who writes about a lot of different things. And i'm curious how you got into topic. Well i had just started at the new yorker last spring and my editor had settled. While we've known you were coming for a while so there have been a few different ideas that we've flag. Does maybe something that were captured. Your interest and most of them were you know very well developed ideas with one hundred links attached to them and then one of them was just two sentences. That was like is it time to put somebody on the question of like what the hell is going on with. Ufo's and i said we really exactly my thoughts. And i said look. I just started here. We were a month and a half into the pandemic. it was an election year. I said i'm not. I'm not sure right. Now is the time to do the story. Let me do some more normal things i am. Let's reconsider this in the fall. And then she came back to me around the election time and she said you know. There's there's real interest here in in your doing this piece. And i said well you know i think at this point given that whenever this will come out and it'll be like well past the election and hopefully at an inflexion point in the pandemic and at that point you know people are going to be ready to read about something else by then. I was so sick of about just the election. The pandemic and i thought there actually. This has tremendous appeal. Because you couldn't possibly get farther away from a you know what i thought was a regular new cycle then reading about. Ufo's of course little. Did i know what this would end up being like but for me. It was the perfect counter programming piece. And i said okay. Well before i take this on let me figure out if it's possible to take the seriously because i said i don't want to do a story that's just like fish barrel like making fun of the ufo nuts. I wanna do this. If i can find a way to take it seriously enough. I think there are real real issues involved besides the kind of just like purely voyeuristic ones or sensational ones. And so i read this book. Basically gould like what are the legitimate books about. Ufo's and and the one that came up most often was this book by a longtime investigative journalists. Name leslie cain. And i read her book and i thought like oh actually i. For one thing i knew nothing about the long history of the american government and the american public's relationship to ufo's that's my imagination is that there's kind of like forgotten stretch of history where ufo's were a major part of the public conversation weren't relegated to the fringes and also as i read the book and then started to look into it. I felt like oh. Actually there's there's evidence that something weird has been going on here and who knows what it is. That is weird. But like there's there's something here something that has to do with perception or something that has to do with taboo and at the very minimum. I think that there's a story that says this was a part of the public conversation and then for various reasons involving the government's response. This was really shut down and was like if there's any truth to the conspiratorial thinking about this that actually there was like an active movement to make this a fringe subject that worked and that nobody talked about it in syria circles for fifty years and then all of a sudden. There's one near time story and that makes it a reputable things to talk about again so i thought at the very least. There's a story about the career of taboo. And.
Dallas Neighboring City Of Fort Worth Names 6 Finalists For Police Chief
"A city of four worth is named six finalists in its search for police chief. According to city manager David Cook, More than 50 people applied for the job chief had Kraus announced his retirement earlier this year. One of the finalists from within the department, Julie Swearingen, is an assistant chief within the Fort Worth PD. Another local candidate, is the chief of police for the Carrollton Police Department.
Fort Worth Names 6 Finalists For Police Chief, Dallas
"The city of Fort Worth his name six finalists and its search for a chief of police, according to city manager David Cook, More than 50 people had applied for that job. Chief Ed Kraus announced his retirement earlier this year. One of the finalists is from within the department. Julie Swearingen is an assistant chief within the Fort Worth Police Department.
Dallas-Fort Worth Names 6 Finalists For Police Chief
"The city of Fort Worth Names six finalist in its search for police chief, according to city manager David Cook, more than 50 people apply for the job. One of the finalist is from within the department. Julie Swearingen is an assistant chief within the Fort Worth PD. Another local candidate, is the chief of police for the Carrollton Police Department. Derek Miller. Chief at Kraus announced his retirement earlier this year.
Search For New Dallas Police Chief After Renee Hall Resigns
"Resignation that of Dallas police chief Renee Home. She'll stay with the department until the end of the year. Same for Fort Worth chief Ed Kraus, who resigned Earlier this summer, and Arlington police chief Will Johnson recently stepping away from his post. Dallas City Councilwoman Jennifer Stub Bob Gates says it's likely an interim chief will be brought in before a permanent higher is made. That takes time all departments expected to conduct a national search Clayton level LF news
"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
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"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
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"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
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"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Clue. Nobu my personal opinion. That Ari was the bachelor at the time and because I was the guy that you know is being talked about as another opportunity to be Could have been made it. They just want the conversation to be had they just wanted to nip it in the but that was just my own personal opinion ida of no clue maybe somebody off in some way or maybe they heard something. I have no clue. Wow Wow which. I'm glad I didn't go because you guys were literally like Ice Skating the whole time. Oh I think you would have had fun with the skiing and stuff you would have blown everyone out of the water. Well Ben with pretty good actually and so as Dean but Dean was crushing it. I'm not a snowbirds a night. I don't know very well I would have been crushing. Peter Your Miss By Dina myself and I know you indeed are still good buddies. And you're still. He you know he considers you one of his best friends and keep in touch. Peter we end every in-depth episode two things one is we allow you to just monologue here and share with our audience. Who's listening anything that we missed anything you want to share with them or listening and just kinda catch up in your life. And then Ashley always ends with a really fun way with a rapid fire round beater for the next minute or however long you would take thirty seconds. The stage is years. The audience is listening. Say whatever it is that you want pursing comes to mind is saying thank you After they came and actually shot my hometown stuff for Winter Games. I got to talk to reduce face. Face is the first time I ever got to say thank you for the experience reach out to Rachel on social media and just said thank you the twitter for the experience and it was genuinely like changing for the better in so many ways like I was saying with Vegas like I honestly had so much fun. I was front row to see Halsey to the point where like my body was shaking from the beat and she made eye contact with me. It's like this is the craziest experience in my life. Axa HIT ON YOU. All my baby she lost and we actually talked back and forth just for fun for a little while and like she's great It just it. It's been such a life changing experience alike even now to this day get recognized all over the place. People support me just because of that show It allowed me to build a social media where I was able to put all that money away in to open up my gym. I am a dream ad for ten years It filled the gym for the first month. Like the majority of people that came to the gym? I will not lie about it. Were probably just fans of the show and so they came in supported in all the boot camps. Go It's all because that show like all these people that come in senior becomes so unlike granted. I hope they get to know me and see who I am. As a person they enjoy me as a person who want to be a part of my life because of I am not just because the show but they wouldn't have had that opportunity to see that if it weren't for it so I'm eternally grateful for the opportunity in Rachel. Keep me around around as long as she did. Yeah it was is a life changing experience really being stuck inside doesn't mean that you still can't go shopping for all the things you need not when there's hsen dot com hsen is the goto place.
"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"To Rachel on social media and just said, thank you the twitter. For the experience and It was genuinely like changing. For the better in so many ways like I was saying with Vegas like I. Honestly had so much fun I. Was Front row to see Halsey to the point where like my body was shaking from the beat, and she made eye contact with me. It's like this is the craziest experience in my life. Axa hit on you all my bb. She lost, and we actually talked back and forth just for fun for a while and like she's great. It, just it. It's been such a life changing experience alike. Even now to this day I get recognized all over the place. People support me just because of that show It allowed me to build a social media where I was able to put all that money away in to open up my gym. I am a dream ad for ten years. It filled the gym for the first month like the majority of people that came that Jim. I will not lie about. It were probably just fans of the show, and so they came in. Supported in all the boot camps go. It's all because that show like all. These people that come in senior becomes so unlike. Granted. I hope they get to know me and see who I am as a person. They enjoy me as a person who want to be a part of my life. Because of I am not just because the show, but they wouldn't have had that opportunity to see that if it weren't for it, so I'm eternally grateful for the opportunity in. Rachel keep me around around as long as she did. Yeah, it was is a life changing experience. Share really..
"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"In the yard. I like. Maybe kisses are the best. They're the cutest sweet little things on her. All but I I WANNA wait till I find someone. That is my best friend I and We developed a relationship that is. Undeniable and its connection and then from there. Take the next steps in life I've grown a lot since being on the show and change in my life. And I think I really know what I want. and not wasting my time with things that aren't there for me so I've tried to cover relationships. The girl I was talking to you at the time. It instantly didn't work actually. We stopped talking. Weeks after that. Adler. But. Yeah, like I want those things i. i WanNa build my gym up here to open up a couple more if I can. You guys know I. Travel the Country Doing boot camps and. It is my favorite frigging thing. On the rush a high that I get from that smiles, and the energy that I get from the crowd are. As close as I'll ever becoming a rockstar and I, think it's the coolest thing and I I will do that till it is no longer available. Unfortunately the attention and fame that came from the show that built those crowds is waning a little bit, so the crowds aren't quite as big as they used. We understand that, too. Yeah, the further you get from the show, obviously the last that's there. So. You have to decide do I. Go back on the show. T trying. That backup. Happy with where I'm at, am I? Happy with the license have been I. I'm really happy with the life. Have the gym of my dreams have my family? My dog I have this apartment that I love. I was GONNA buy a house unfortunately up. We'll have put down a little bit, but. Yeah I'm happy I'm good with where everything's at now at some point, I'd like to get out of Madison wants. The Gym is insufficient. Get somewhere warmer this winter. Crap is killing me. They. Can me down a little bit every day. have. You had a relationship strong enough to speak of since the show. On Not really. Why do you think that is? Just haven't found her. Are you on the APPS. I'm on I was on I. Guess You could say dating now. I log on and off of bumble every now and then. But no I think it's just haven't found the right person yet. Living in Madison the dating pool spray small kind of know everybody at this point. And? It was the case before the show I went on the show because I was single wanting to. Find relationship that wasn't in Madison and. Came back, wanted the same kind of things in that just hasn't changed those three years. I remember there was rumors about you. Bibi anything you'd like to address there. I think. She is friendship relationship. You WanNa. Call it mobs. It ended on a sour note. She had what she wanted to say about it and. It is what it is I. Don't like to talk about people when they're not around or give my side of the story and I'm sure she has reasons so. Those kinds of stories come up a lot when you do involve yourself with Bachelor nations and I I've got a now a couple of years distanced. was you think about doing bachelor in paradise again to find that person to amp up the business combination of both? Never, we will never be on the bachelor franchise show again. Like answer, that won't do Bachelor in Paradise. Personally especially knowing that like the group of girls that were just on the show were all really young? Yeah. I'd like to date thirty, and above, if possible, the women have been loved to hear that out there. is like that's fine. I? Don't think Bachelor in paradise is quite mentioning Gotcha. Just. Don't see myself being successful on their. Why'd you back out of winter? Games because the ladies were waiting for you. That was like the buzz about town at that parade. They're like okay, but wait. A second is going to like show boat the house or something because we all came here because Peter is supposed to be here. I was there two. They all knew you were still had not ready. Then, actually just awesome. Like clip of you're leaving. Wow. Moment those heavy for like real life. Evie, like yeah, that's A. In front of everybody that takes a lot of all. It was like one of the weirdest most like emotionally charged moments in my life in happened on like a crazy little bachelor. Show I, don't get it, but it still happened. Sometimes it comes out at the most out loans and you just gotTa follow it. It's what happened is good. It's been good for me. Is a stake in the ground moment? So where? Where were you at? Yeah, where you? Actually said yes, do it. And I think just like a couple of days before we were supposed to leave. They text me like change of plans are not invited anymore. In the world. So that was the end of that and I just looked at my desk. What I did but okay. You still don't have any clue. Nobu. My personal opinion. That Ari was the bachelor at the time, and because I was. The guy that you know is being talked about as. Another opportunity to be could have been bachelors. Maybe they just want the conversation to be had. They just wanted to nip it in the, but that was just my own personal opinion. Ida No clue maybe. Somebody off in some way, or maybe they heard something I have no clue. Wow Wow which I'm glad I didn't go because you guys were literally like ice skating the whole time. Oh, I think you would have had fun with the skiing and stuff. You would have blown everyone out of the water well. I don't Ben with pretty good actually and so as dean but. Dean was crushing it I'm not a snowbirds, a night I don't. Know very well. I would been crushing. Peter Your Miss by Dina Meyer indeed are still good buddies, and you're. Still he you know he considers you one of his best friends and. You keep in touch. Peter we end every in-depth episode two things. One is we allow you to just monologue here and share with our audience. Who's listening anything that we missed anything you want to share with them or listening and Kinda catch up in your life, and then Ashley always ends with a really fun way with a rapid fire round beater for the next minute or how long it would take thirty seconds. The stage is years. The audience is listening. Say whatever it is that you want. Pursing comes to mind is same. Thank you. after they came and actually shot my. Hometown stuff for Winter Games I got to talk to reduce face face. The first time ever got to say. Thank you for the experience..
"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Right I mean that sounds behind, and so that means for about each of the show itself and came to agreements on some of the things that could be. Changed to help me with what I needed in the show which? I mean obviously straight up. I wanted to be able to. Spend more time with people individually. I want to be able to go into the House and see people in their natural habitat so that way. It didn't feel like they're putting on a show for me. It was more like this. You actually are when you're inspecting of what. What the where? I wanted relationship counseling for myself in the top like four or five girls during the process. Set Lady could work things out on a deep level, and then wanted continued support for myself, and that person that I chose after the fact. Because I saw the. Pressure that Ryan Rachel or put under, and I thought it was extremely unfair. I think Brian really bad rap in deserve even though like I said my things Orion on the show I said them out of frustration of losing the girl that was with do that an. So, there's conversations. And Yeah. I think those are smart requests. Yeah I didn't want to. I don't want to be a Dick about it. I didn't want to be like a I'm better than this, or this is what I deserved I was just saying like I. I do actually want to fall in love and get married at some point, but I I want to. You'll make it under my terms kind of thing. This is my life. It's my long term. It's not just a short term goal for me. I understand the Shokhin. Progress my life and my career in many ways that it would otherwise, but at the same time I was confident enough that I could do that on my own under my own artwork, and so I wasn't gonNA sacrifice some why beliefs You mentioned not wind to feel the pressure of needing to get engaged or being forced into it. Did it frustrate you to see the following seasons? Go like this are a switcheroo. Colton fence jump. No engagement Peter failed engagement no relationship. It made me think like maybe way too much pressure on myself for that. Because I read too much of. What everybody was saying in social media. World's saying that it was all about the engagement. Nothing else mattered, and that just goes to show that. No, it's about following your heart in picking the relationship. That's best for you in any form of that comes in and. I think at the time. It was still so much about engagement that. was just really frowned upon by those people who are watching this the show solely for the engagement. You say a lot of this Peter in It's of the tone of this is what you were doing at the time now. Don't ask you now. How many years out. Would you have changed anything that would you have done any of this different? What I have. No do I sometimes wonder what life would have been like. Had I done things different all the time? You know what if I would have? Said, yes, and just bend the Bachelor you. What would life be like now? Would I be with someone right now? I, Be Your girl a where most of the people seem to go I don't know. How would I change? When my business have its doors closed on me like. Scared to death watching tens of thousands of dollars walk out the door every week like. It could have been life changing, but at the same time. All the attentions, a already I wasn't the bachelor. I can't imagine what you as the bachelor experience on a regular basis. You are forever Ben the Bachelor. Your everywhere. Show Cuba. I mean in in United as we talked about, we both had our own I. don't go damage I. Don't know what you would like our own issues from it. You know you. We both emotionally are trying to still recover from. This Week I. In all vulnerability like I went on texting Brita Ashley saying Hey. I'm sorry that sometimes I feel use ego host. A. I'm sorry that sometimes like I don't feel like I. AM match up to what you need as a partner here and it mostly comes replace like I hear and I see it affects me in an still affects me thirty one year old man. Five years later. And so when you when you say this stuff, Alone right, and I think actually could say in probably says anything like this stuff affects you. In the same breath. It does change your life forever in good ways, and so at least next question with you is. Do you want any of that stuff? Do you? WanNa, be in La and New York and do you want a beater relationship right now and then also please explain like where your business now like how how is this brand new venture that unite talked about I don't know what six months ago we texted back and forth battle. Like how is that you? Don't want to be in a relationship. Yes, I want to find love of my life. When have a beautiful house so the picket fence in like six dogs? Hell? Yeah, I WANNA have little kids I want to. Wish woman carts..
"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Don't know I mean I took an extended period time for me because as you watched the show it's constantly reopening the wound and then after the show all about me becoming the bachelor kept that wound open and then every time someone would host on social media nights it would reopen the wound and then every time that they talk about the next bachelor coming up where I watched a little bit of the next season the Bachelorette and open back brings back to the same places and some of the same experiences Washington like a couple of half episodes. Yeah it's going to do it so I think. The the wound took a long time to fully close. And now it's more the show itself in all the craziness of it in aftermath of it. There's so many amazing things like I met you. Guys Vegas was one of the funniest weekends of my life. Was I remember that? That's what we found out. Actually actually Peter and I were at lunch with wells when he told us that he was dating. Sarah Hyland for the very first time. I remember that Peter Sarah Sarah had just had a surgery and they face time and they were the sweetest couple. Yeah I remember that I remember when they face time the car for the first time on our way to the art festival and then we had that. Then you feel like horrible fee her out with Wells Dean and Peter and I was like there are millions of girls around this country who would just pay so many thousands of dollars to spot right now for the first time and we're trying to go to a club and they wouldn't let us in so pretended to be wells' manager. Yeah Yeah you should you let him in here. I don't know if you WANNA get. We got into that club. Oh no no. You're right. We did it was Paris so good. Well Peter were getting here to really interesting. Part of this will experience in one to Ashen are both superintendent talking about You know kind of this ending the show Felt heavy then. You kinda disappeared In in a way that nobody really understands and I think that's one of the part that has intrigued. Everybody where to Peter Go. He was loved He. There was controversy surrounding him. Not Getting engaged Where did you go? Where have you been happened Or did I knew all just Kinda went went home. Tried to go back to normal life work like there was nothing normal about life from that point on during the summer. That was airing. I was at my parents house a lot. I didn't even go back so my house at time. tried to start work back up with my training business but all people want to do is talk about the show and get all the inside information about it and I open myself up to new clients in all of them would come in for one session which I always gave out one free sessions if not both and then they would never come back at that point so I was just kidding. Yeah so I I just became this entity to people and it drove me crazy so event is Kinda said screw it. I'm GONNA just keep hiring trainers to take care of everybody and I'm not going to do that. Myself and Yeah I don't I don't really know what he did that I worked out a lot. Just Kinda did my own thing eventually got to do some traveling from it. I went to New York for a couple of interviews Me You guys in Vegas. I went up to Canada a couple of times to meet some people do a couple of events. There wasn't really a whole lot of structure at metlife for a while after the show. It really changed. Everything around Bachelor nation was that they wanted you to be the bachelor but that you were asking too much holding out and that they didn't want to beg for you. They decided to go with Ari. Is there any truth to that? Okay yeah all right so they asked me to be the bachelor and I said no like a straight up now and a couple of weeks later. They called in made a little bit more formal. I against said no and then we were out in New York for Good Morning America after the After the final rose and they asked me there again I said no but that time starting to talk to a girl and You know had beyond for they asked you know again for a third time Flew me. I'll tell late to talk about it. Really like straight up and Toll night started talk so they said while you guys in a relationship and I said no like okay. Well would you be willing to exit out? Nice you're so then we really start talking about like the details of the show itself and how it was really hard for me. I couldn't say I would be to get in the gauge. When at the end it wasn't that a new for fact that I want to as more I promised I would. I didn't want to be forced to do it if I said. Yes to the show. And there's a lot of back and forth in this meeting we had and Money was never discussed until we got to the actual compensation and I said well I make considerably more than that already per year. Would I give up in my thoughts like the rest of my life? We known Peter the Bachelor and the longest Peter for the amount of money that isn't life changing and so money was discussed and we all It wouldn't make sense to you know patrimony because then you're no longer doing it for reasons so money was never actually like a a major factor. But they did think that there is a certain amount that would be paid. I guess that that would be fair. Committed my my income at the time I.
"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Don't know I mean. I. took an extended period time for me, because as you watched the show, it's constantly reopening the wound. And then after the show. All about me. Becoming the bachelor can that wound open and then every time. Someone would host on social media nights it would reopen the wound and then every time that they talk about the next bachelor coming up where I watched a little bit of. The next season the BACHELORETTE. And Open back brings back to the same places, and some of the same experiences Washington like a couple of half episodes. yeah, it's going to do it, so I think. The the wound took a long time to fully close, and now it's more. The show itself in all the. Craziness of it in aftermath of it, there's so many amazing things like I met you guys Vegas was one of the funniest weekends of my life. Was I remember that year. That's what we found out actually actually. Peter and I were at lunch with wells. When he told us that he was dating Sarah Hyland for the very first time I remember that Peter. Sarah yes, there had just had a surgery. And they face time and they were the sweetest couple. Yeah I remember that I. Remember when they face. Time the car for the first time on our way to the art festival. And then we had that then you feel. Like horrible fee her. Out With Wells Dean and Peter and I was like. There are millions of girls around this country. Who would just pay so many thousands of dollars to spot right now? For the first time, and we're trying to go to a club. and. They wouldn't let us in so I pretended to be wells'. Manager Yeah. Yeah. You, should you let him in here I don't know if you. WanNa. Get? We got into that club. Oh No. No, you're right we did. It was Paris. So good. Well Peter were getting here to really interesting part of this will experience in one to Ashen. Are Both Superintendent talking about You know kind of this ending the show Felt heavy, then you kinda disappeared in in a way that nobody really understands and I think that's one of the part that has intrigued everybody where to Peter Go. He was loved He. There was controversy surrounding him. Not Getting engaged Where did you go? Where have you been happened Or did I knew? All is going to win win. Oh! Tried to go back to normal life work like there was nothing normal about life from that point on. During the summer that was airing. I was at my parents house a lot. I didn't even go back so my house at time Tried to start work back up with my training business, but all people want to do is talk about the show and get all the inside information about it, and I open myself up to new clients in all of them would come in for one session which I always gave out one free sessions. It's not both. And then they would never come back at that point, so I was just kidding. Yeah so I I just became this entity to people and it. Drove me crazy, so event is Kinda. Said screw it. I'M GONNA. Just keep hiring trainers to take care of everybody and I'm not going to do that myself. And Yeah I don't I don't really know. What did that I worked out a lot? Just Kinda did my own thing. Eventually got to. Do some traveling from it know. I went to New York for a couple of interviews Me You guys in Vegas, I went up to Canada a couple of times to meet. Some people do a couple of events. There wasn't really structure at metlife. For a while after the show, it really changed everything. Around Bachelor, nation was that they wanted you to be the bachelor, but that you were asking too much holding out and that they didn't want to beg for you. They decided to go with Ari. Is there any truth to that? Okay. Yeah, all right, so they asked me to be the bachelor. And I said no like a straight up now. And couple weeks later, they called in. Made a little bit more formal I against said No. And then we were out in New York for Good Morning America. After the after the final rose. and. They asked me there again. I, said No. That time starting to talk to a girl and Know had beyond for. They asked you know again for a third time. flew me I'll tell late to talk about it really like straight up and. Toll Night started talk, so they said while you guys in a relationship and I said no, like okay well, would you be willing to? Leave Exit Nice. You're. So, then we really start talking about like the details of the show itself and how? It was really hard for me. I couldn't say I would for sure be get in the gauge. When at the end it wasn't that a new for fact. That I want to as more. I promised I would I didn't want to be forced to do it if I said Yes to the show. and. There's a lot of back and forth in this meeting we had and money was never discussed until we got to actual compensation and I said well I make considerably more than that already per year. Would I give up in my thoughts? Like the rest of my life, we known Peter the Bachelor and the longest Peter for the amount of money. That isn't life changing and so. Money was discussed and we all It wouldn't make sense to. You. Know Patrimony because you're no longer doing it for reasons, so money was never actually. Like a a major factor net, but they did think that there is. A certain amount that would be. Paid I guess that that would be fair. Committed my my income at the time. All.
"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"And you can see from the start that she is in love with Ryan like absolutely obsessed with Brian. They click on a level that she never did when all those people came out all the time and saying all these things about her choice or about Brian and put me up on a pedestal. It really made me upset. Because they didn't see the background. There's lots of the show doesn't show. There's a lot a lot a lot of hours of tape. And everything makes it to screen Looking back at it I could even say they were trying to edit to essentially become the bachelor and so it was GonNa make me look better. And he wasn't as important at that point. Two Hundred Ozzy thinks she made the right choice and they seemed so happy and beautiful together. She night is weren't meant to be and so the relationship ended and You know it sucked I cried. A bunch. Meghan was my producer and she played the same song over for him for Brian. Like six hours straight as cried on the floor but then you know like a couple of days later. Although was me she and I were able to go to Madrid and as a okay new start in Madrid. Beautiful City isn't a lot of fun for all. I know she and Brian didn't end up together. Because you know I'm still fresh off the break up. That point. What happened after she laughs and it wasn't until Brian's producer walked past us with her producer. And as I okay. They're together. That was the sign I needed. So yeah that was a rough couple of days after that and them. I got back home in everything. Kinda went right back to the way it was. It was back with my family and hanging out. I had a new puppy. It was okay for a few days and then the season starts in all the stress and fear excitement of the show coming on and watching yourself on TV Verse Time. That was exciting and terrifying. Yeah so did you think that possibly after your break up that she wasn't going to pick anyone. Yeah at the time and you inferred that it kind of set you a little bit in that moment to see that she did was confirmation of the fear that that she had gotten engaged Ryan or at least like gone with Brian. You got a lot of flak at the time for being on the show and not being willing to propose because they want all people who sign up for the show to of course be marriage oriented and a lot of people are like. Oh well if he doesn't want to propose them like why the heck is year but is it because you were still unfamiliar with the process and knowing what you knew you saw that you're going to have a lot more time with her before that proposal. I definitely went into the experience that there was more time with the person and I think for some people. The process does work. And the time. Line in. Like the the rate at which you have your. Ac spend time with the person works really well for some people for some people. It doesn't for myself because there's a huge gap in the middle and then the release things gut punches during that time again no fault of hers. It was just the way the process went for me. it yet set me back? It had the process Ben Different. I don't even like the show itself could have worked for me. I. I can't say it was no hindsight. Twenty twenty eight is what it is at this point. We recently had had an on. Odd Endeavor podcast in. We spoke to her about kind of her time on the show and how long it's taken her to recover from her break up with beaten. She mentions it. She's still recovering Allen to take you to recover from from this whole I guess not even the show part as much as we'll get into that too but the relationship piece of this. I.
"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Progress relationship and make her happy and show her the good sides of me that I don't think I ever communicated that. We definitely had our conversations about the engagement, but I also don't think I don't think at the time I realized why I was. Thinking acting the way that I I did I mean. In any break-up, you go back and you play things back through your head in with a clear mind in realize okay. This is probably why this actually happened. You know there's a lot of people that need time and space to figure things out, and there's a lot of people that need it out. And unfortunately, my way of fixing things and Partnerships relationships whatever may be friendships is to talk about it and talk out the problems. And sometimes. That's not the best thing to do. Sometimes I causes more stress more pain more separation. Can? Build off a heightened emotions, and so I wish. I had known the things now. Than and you know I didn't inspire Kinda. and. It ended up. The wait ended up. Are you willing to talk to us about the abandonment issues and where they came from. I don't know if you guys leave nature or nurture combination. Combination of both my opinion. So my belief is that everybody has. Preset. Levels of stress, and Emotion, and all these things that you're just born with it so i. don't know if you guys noticed. When your grandmother was pregnant with your mother. Your emotional set basically was already being. Imprinted on your yourself. So like your mom was already developing your egg when her mother was four months pregnant her. So any of the stress emotional physical that your grandma went through was imprinted on your mom, which is imprinted on your, which then actually translates down to you at some point. So no matter who you are where you are, you're built off at some level with a baseline of stress or anxiety or Depression things. So. That's like the nature side of and then you get the nurture, and it's just. Environment? They brought up in the people that you're around all time. How you interpret those situations based off that. Your Major. So where it all came from specifically I. I can't say for sure, but there's ideas in my head and with my life coach that we've talked about. Other there's definitely a heightened level unsure of stress for me. and. That showed up as abandoned issues. Thinks this year I think. So. Many of US rights hearing. Go I don't know why feel the way I? do or I Y I react the way I do. But as you dig deep, just mentioned on the podcast last week I've been now for. A month now kind of walking through some stuff to when it's been appears has been super helpful for me. The Titan, I, some of these things well. I want to jump ahead here them. You're sitting in the seat here or you're sitting in the time period while you Rachel developing feelings. You're leading up to a proposal. So we flashed to that day you were the runner up and as we mentioned looking back always helps. It always helps us process better looking back on this. How would you process this experience accounted? Did you describe that day? The pains in the the ups and downs of it. Also! She had our final date conversation the day before we were supposed to. Like offer up a proposal. How to say that down money. Right. And I had the conversation that night and You know like the relationship ended she. Jeanine didn't see eye to eye, and I also truly believe I did watch the season back on not too long ago for the first time and. You can see from the start that she is in love with Ryan like absolutely obsessed with Brian. They click on a level that she never did when all those people came out all the time and saying all these things. About her choice or about Brian and put me up on a pedestal. It really made me upset because they didn't see the background. There's lots of the show doesn't show. There's a lot a lot. A lot of hours of tape and everything makes it to screen. Looking back at it. I could even say they were trying to edit to essentially become the bachelor, and so it was gonNA. Make me look better, and he wasn't as important at that point. Hundred Ozzy thinks she made the right choice and they seem so happy and beautiful together. She night is weren't meant to be and so the relationship ended and You know socked the. I cried a bunch Meghan was my producer, and she played the same song over for me for Briley six hours straight as cried on the floor. But. Then you know like a couple of days later, although was me, she and I were able to go to Madrid. and. Okay new start a Madrid. Beautiful City isn't a lot of fun. For All I know she and Brian didn't end up together because you know I'm still fresh off the break up that point. What happened after she laughs. And? It wasn't until Brian's producer walked past us with. Her producer and as I. J- okay there together. That was the sign I needed. So yeah, that was a rough couple of days after that and them. I got back home in everything. kind of went right back to the way it was. It was back with my family hanging out. I had a new puppy. It was. Okay for a few days, and then the season starts in all the stress and fear excitement of the show coming on and. Walking yourself on TV verse time that was exciting and terrifying. So. Did you think that possibly after your break up that she wasn't going to pick anyone? Yeah. At the time, and you inferred that it kind of set you a little bit in that moment to see that she did..
"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Honestly when we went on our first date so I was the first one on one day and the very first time we started talking. I didn't even think about it as that experience anymore. It was like she. I connected so quickly as even just like a friendship level so we had a really unique experience where I guess a Lotta Times on dates you meet them at the date spot you hang out for a couple hours you get shipped to the next state spot. Meet them again for a couple of hours. Kiss good night. She came and picked me up. I drove the two of us. In a Tesla to an airport. We got on a plane together. Flew to the location took a limo together to the location and then had our first full day day and wasn't after that to be put into two separate cars to go freshen up on stuff at a separate location. We're with together with each other for pry eight hours. I WANNA say before. We separated for the first time And then we're together again. Reprise another like four hours on a say we all day that. I end the whole time here together. We never stop talking. That's amazing constant constant communication so much. Last there're a lot of fun we just I mean. I felt like I was really good friends with her immediately. And so I never really thought like a front runner. It was more like I really enjoy this person's company and I think we have a really good thing going. The Prom started from me when all of a sudden it was eight weeks before I had a date with her again. Ooh Yeah I was GONNA say an eight hour. First Day could be very intimidating. If you don't have a natural flow in conversation a hundred to a twenty minute date with I mean I've gone days earlier. You just sit there surging herself to say and there was never a gap in conversation that entire time will also took you eight weeks then Dab that next day A Peter Rhythm back it. Have you kind of pick it up where you're at with the the gap between the first day in second day leading up to then obviously the end of the show and to your life now? Hey we'll be back with Peter Krause on the indepth episode of almost famous five. I love massages. I've said it before. The podcast I would let any person or thing touch me. I love it. It might not be the best massage. Earn the world. I just love the feeling and I'm so excited for this next sponsor. I can't have you in. My home. Is Me all the time? Plus it might be a little weird. You know here both. And after three years of this Ashley I feel like we're there. I feel like Jessica engineered wonder sandwich. Like yeah they get well. Hey the stress of they life ways on all of us. Whether you're an elite athlete or person trying to get through the day muscle pain and muscle. Tension is a real thing. That's why I use their gun. The handheld percussive therapy device that releases your muscle tension using a scientifically calibrated combination of depth speed and power. In fact my fiance just brother plays professional baseball. And one of the only things he brought back from Florida spring training with him to the House that we're in right now is there again. I'm really excited to use it. After getting off airplanes because after going off airplanes my thighs are like always so tight on the sides. I'm I'm a big golfer and golf is really hard on the hip flexor is and I know before every round if I can get their gun inside my hip flexes. I am going to drop well. I can't promise this but I'm GonNa tell myself that I'm going to drop a couple.
"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Night, one talk about the surrealism that is pulling up in the LIMO. While I was. Taking a lot of black car guess from the airport to the hotel. and. I think I still like texting with producer. At that point. I can't remember like super specific names, but I think someone's tell me when you get here. Your phone will be taken from you. So I'm super nervous and show up to that hotel and there's nobody there, so. I'm just standing the lobby by myself. Like what do I do? I start walking around looking for someone and I see like a guy working out in a gym and I see like the Guy Walking down the hall and also comes running on the corner. You can't be here. WHOA. So they they quick usher me off my room. My phone, maybe like sealed it into a bag and Are like satellite in for the night. Enjoy. Here's the schedule of things that you beginning next couple of days. and. Fast forward through those days, nerves building in boredom, starring to settings you there for two days and. I think that like noon or so. We had to start getting ready. Because we go to the house at like four or five Salonika. And I'm pretty shy nervous person typically and so that that was God that. Just build up of that I like three four hours and getting suited up, and we go down into the lobby and that's when I. Four of the other guy who's. DECI of Brian. Wells is in my. Spa with me. Eric maybe there's like four or five less that down in the lobby I. And so they put us on the. LIMO JUST ANY RANDOM up to the bottom hill for the house, and that's Nassar's to get out and hang out for a second. And that's what I was told. That, I, was GONNA be the first one out of the Limo of the thing? Is that how it heard. Is Todd. Todd told me. I was the first one little. Yeah, so at the bottom of the driveway. There is like little pop up tent. McGowan, their bartender, whatever I'm Rippin Shah. Keep telling the story and this detail. Again. That was bad so. Finally beginning army drive up the hill, and as he pulled up around the corner. You can see Rachel. And her dresses, all Sparkley in her hair's beautiful lights are shining on. The ground is wet. Glistening gorgeous in you're like this is so surreal. Absolutely stunning. and I blacked out like I don't remember. Anything from that point on like woke up in the house. OPENED IT, okay Now. That both have committed many times at blacking out. You Mellow is very common. Oh, yeah, I can imagine. I can't think of one person who's told us. Oh, yeah, I remember exactly what happened from like the door of the limo to the door of the house. Or I don't even think I i. was telling myself I told her my name. One job told her my name I didn't even do that. Interns did I did say my name at some point. But you can be professional athletes huge event that you train for all your life and your ready. But something like this. It's one singular van that will never happen again has never happened before. Is always nerve leading up to it? There's all the pressure leading up to it plus you're just trying to. Meet this person for the first time and develop relationships. It was overwhelming to say the least. It was a surreal experience for sure. Can you tell our audience how it feels to not get? The first impression rose. That wasn't too bad. Disappointing. It wasn't terrible. Because I feel like a lot of people are like Oh my God. You had not even ten minutes with this person. How can you be so heartbroken when you don't get that rose? And it's bizarre, but it's very very sad because it's basically like Oh. Your first impression wasn't good enough. Yeah, I mean I thought she had really good connection on her I. Sit Down and it was actually longer. I think we talked for like fifteen twenty minutes. Oh Damn. Good. I was on the first impression rose, but I don't think I was disappointed about it. There's definitely. Points later on got. Kiss her on night one no. I wasn't even going to kiss her first day. I I want to you know, remain at gentleman and. Yeah it just. She leaned into the kiss, and it was the most awkward I kissed Like I didn't want her to be the one to lean in for the first kiss, but the nose too late, and they will I'm definitely gonNA reciprocate. This is like awkward interaction, but. Once they kissed her. Yeah like. When did you start feeling like a front runner? Honestly when we went on our first date, so I was the first one on one day. And the very first time we started talking. I didn't even think about it as that experience anymore, it was like she. I connected so quickly as even just like a friendship level, so we had a really unique experience where I guess a Lotta. Times on dates. You meet them at the date spot. You hang out for a couple hours. You get shipped to the next state spot. Meet them again for a couple of hours. KISS good goodnight! She came and picked me up. I drove the two of us. In a Tesla to an airport we got on a plane together flew to. The location took a limo together to the location. And then had our first full day day. and wasn't after that to be put into two separate cars to go fresh nop on stuff at a separate location. We with together with each other for pry. Eight hours I WANNA say before we separated for the first time. and then we're together again. Reply another like. Four hours on a say. We all day that I end the whole time were together. We never stop talking. That's amazing. Constant constant communication so much last. There're a lot of fun, we just. I mean I felt like. I was really good friends with her immediately and so. I never really felt like a front runner. It was more like I. Really Enjoy this person's company and I think we have a really good thing going. The Prom started for me. When alternate was eight weeks before I had a date with her again. ooh, yeah I was GONNA say an eight hour first day could be very intimidating if you don't have a natural flow in conversation, a hundred to a twenty minute date with. Is. I mean I've gone days earlier. You just sit there and surging herself to say and there was never a gap in conversation that entire time. Will also took you eight weeks to have that next day. a Peter Rhythm back it. Have you kind of pick it up where you're at with. The the gap between the first day in second day, leading up to then obviously the end of the show and to your life now we'll be back with Peter Krause on the indepth episode of almost famous five..
"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Wants to potentially be back in the franchise or even consider the thought what Ashley so when we met in Vegas. I didn't know much about you at that point but then everybody told me when I said I met you. They brought the crying. What she's so sweet thank you yeah I know. It's like shockingly. She doesn't cry that much regular social setting. It's like once you on the show. We will pick out this one trait and that becomes. What was your trait? You think I won't say the teeth. I don't think now a personality trait. Yeah but I don't even think there wasn't anything I was just like a nice guy from the mid West. You Got I remember. I remember a lot of people being very fond of you. Like as a as a contestant back then like you were I mean you every season has them right Tyler Cameron Peter. Krause you guys would be in the same like arena when it comes to count. The conversation of. You're the good looking guy wouldn't end up with the girl who auto would become the bachelor. Which kind of catapulted us into the season of your life that we know you from which is being on the bachelorette Rachel Lindsay sees the Bachelorette. How did you get there? I saw at the time I was working here in town own personal training business and a couple of clients mind recommended I try. They are fans of the show and said that they think I'd be successful. Enjoy it and it would be a good experience for me so I said screw it. Why not so I looked into it and you had to simply you sound like a single picture. I think quick little bio so I sent that in a couple of weeks later I got an email say or maybe a phone call and they asked like an extended version of it. So they're like all right now. We need like ten or twenty pictures plus a longer bio all these questions that they asked him. I love that you admit that you're the one that's amid yourself. I feel like there's so few that are like Oh yeah I signed myself up. Everybody's like Oh it was nominated. I was nominated. I signed myself up. Ben I don't remember you were nominated kind of I like did it alongside of them so she was like come into my office. Can you sit down beside me? Who says you WHO The marketing director at my company at the time so she came to my desk and said. Hey there's a casting call Denver. Would you say I'm not going to a casting policies like well if we sign you up? Would you help me with it and would you respond and so we went off? It's so I kinda myself dead. Sweet Cool Yourself. Oh Yeah I submit myself with the most elaborate addition tape. You'll ever see in your life. You can go my instagram. I put it up a couple months ago it really is funny as I hereby processes like I think Dean when on he was exiled by like a friend from the show. A week before taping starters. Yeah who sent him to amy? Because our producer. Amy Was the one that put his audition right in front of their faces. Takes sending like an audition tape wasn't until like fourth or fifth step for me I think it is a little different for everyone. I send my audition tape the first thing along with like that whole online questionnaire and stuff but I didn't hear from them for nine months. Oh Wow yeah which is super weird. I think that I submitted in July late July early August and I'm thinking that they were either fully casted for the next season or they didn't want me on Wall Pablo season. Because we would not have. I would have been eliminated night. One ON ONE PABLO SEASON. I think was Ben. Your bachelor crystals okay. That'd be something else that would have been really funny when that'd be Live Better. I've Adler Okay. So tell us more about your audition process. Wanted you finally meet with the casting producers. And how did you leave feeling? I think I did like a a skype kind of call. I did that. Like extended What's McCall audition? Harlan Cola like bio event them in Chicago. That was my first one meeting. That went really well. I mean everybody's Super Nice on there. They gave me a bachelor tote bag in a bachelor pen and a t shirt I remember those so have minor league no way well at least. I don't get picked up these. Did they give you that? Big Manila envelope with it. I don't think so what was that. Oh that's like they're like. Hide this under your shirt as you leave. Because that means that you're on to the next level and they don't want to show off to the other people in line that you have it. No Oh you didn't really so they knew as you right away like this girl's good. I'm wondering why that was all different now like yes. Chicago is the first one online and then I think maybe like two months later. They flew me out to La and we were put up in a hotel out by the airport. And you know you get to talking to some of the producers. At that time were just people that are helping out in. It sounded like there's probably a hundred guys in there or something like that Through the interview process of each one of them face to face. You'd go in. That was a I. Find that Alone in Bennett and whole crew and I sat down next week for the first time. Like who is this guy like? Is he just here to shoot in giving some jokes and you picking me apart and then come to find out you know like a month later? He's like the head of the show of time as trippy. That's funny because when I saw a line I knew That he was the executive producer because I had a friend who had met him and she was like he's the biggest character. You're ever GONNA meet. Make sure that you impress him So and I saw him in that room of twenty or so producers I was looking straight at him and I was like I gotTa make this Guy Laugh. Lookie married you and then he married me embarrass you. Know HE MARRIED US. Officiant no fun. Yes really fun. Well so Peter we good his whole process. You're obviously liked by the cast and crew. We're GONNA fast board to your season than you arrive Rachel Lindsay Season of the Bachelorette. We can walk Ashley and I threw that season in your from your perspective because we could ask you a bunch of questions details but I think it's his most healthy and helpful if you walk us through what you saw who Where do I start night? One talk about the surrealism that is pulling up in the LIMO. While I was taking a lot of black car guess from the airport to the hotel and I think I still like texting with producer at that point. I can't remember like super specific names but I think someone's tell me when you get here. Your phone will be taken from you. So I'm super nervous and show up to that hotel and there's nobody there so I'm just standing in the lobby by myself. Like what do I do? I start walking around looking for someone and I see like a guy working out in the gym and I see like the Guy. Walking down the hall and also producer comes running around the corner. You can't be here. Whoa so they they quick usher me off my room. My phone maybe like sealed it into a bag and are like satellite in for the night enjoy. Here's the schedule of things that you beginning next. Couple of days and fast forward through those days. Nerves building in boredom starring settings. You there for two days and I think that like noon or so. We had to start getting ready because we go to the house at like four or five something like that and I'm pretty shy nervous person typically and so that that was God that just build up of that. I like three four hours and getting suited up and we go down into the lobby. And that's when I met the guy who's Deci of Brian. Wells is in my spot with me Eric. Maybe there's like four or five less that were down in the lobby. I and so they put us on the Limo. Just any random order and with a pull up to the bottom of the hill for the House and that's Nassar's to get out and hang out for a second and that's what I was told that I was gonna be the first one out of the limo of the entire thing. Is that how it heard is todd. Todd told me I was the first one little. Yeah so at the bottom of the driveway there. Is this like little pop up? Tent McGowan their bartender. Whatever I'm Rippin Shah keep telling the story and this detail again. That was bad so finally beginning army drive up the hill and as he pulled up around the corner you can see Rachel and her dresses all Sparkley in her. Hair's beautiful lights are shining on. The ground is wet glistening gorgeous in. You're like this is so surreal absolutely stunning and I blacked out. Like I don't remember anything from that point on. I woke up in the house. Opened it. Okay now that both have committed many times at blacking out. You Mellow is very common. Oh Yeah I can imagine. I can't think of one person who's told us. Oh yeah I remember exactly what happened from like the door of the limo to the door of the house or I don't even think I I was telling myself I told her my name. One job told her my name. I didn't even do that. Interns did I did say my name at some point but you can be professional athletes huge event. That you train for all your life and you're ready but something like this. It's one singular van that will never happen again has never happened before it is always nerve leading up to it. There's all the pressure leading up to it. Plus you're just trying to meet this person for the first time and develop relationships. It was overwhelming to say. The least it was a surreal experience for sure. Can you tell our audience how it feels to not get the first impression rose? That wasn't too bad disappointing. It wasn't terrible because I feel like a lot of people are like. Oh my God you had not even ten minutes with this person. How can you be so heartbroken when you don't get that rose and it's bizarre but it's very very sad because it's basically like oh your first impression wasn't good enough? Yeah I mean I thought she had really good connection on her. I sit down and it was actually longer. I think we talked for like fifteen twenty minutes. Oh damn good. I was on the first impression rose but I don't think I was disappointed about it. There's definitely points later on. Got To kiss her on that one. No I wasn't even going to kiss her first day. I I want to you know. Remain at gentleman and yeah it just. She leaned into the kiss and it was the most awkward. I kissed Like I didn't want her to be the one to lean in for the first kiss but the nose too late and they will. I'm definitely GONNA reciprocate. This is like awkward interaction but once they kissed her. Yeah like when? Did you start.
"kraus" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"You heard last, we asked you to go out and review and comment on the podcast on itunes. I WanNa hear from you. We want to hear your opinions. You support us. Appreciate this podcast and you appreciate Ashley, or myself or probably just Ashley. Please comment than rate our podcast on itunes. Hey, Ashley. It's time we've been doing a lot of these. It's been really awesome. During the break we've been sitting down with some of Bachelor, nations, favorites. Some people that you haven't heard from in a while some people who have you've? Heard from last season. We've been doing these in-depth episodes. as many as we can, and Sophia wrote in. The and she said to us next in-depth idea. The email reads really enjoyed the indepth podcast with Peter and Hannah am. With like to see if you can get Peter Krause on the end up podcast. I feel like no one really knows where and who he is, so we've heard you. We've responded and as a result Ashley. I would welcome Peter Krause. Hello. Thanks for having me Peter Relate to start asking everyone about their home life as a kid, so tell us about your family and where you grew up and what kind of click you ran with? We're going way back right. Agree I mean born and raised in Madison Wisconsin. grew up in a tiny little home in Cuba. Call the sack. Parents bought it with. The little money. They had like ninety four thousand dollars when they bought it. Something like that WHO. Look place than. Ozzy was probably the most. Exciting and fun and he's like outdoor energetic kind of upbringing. I could have if we have went outside I. Mean it was January, negative five degrees out? Mom was putting fast-lane on our faces because we were saying outside to. The like my mom was always into arts and crafts and. Explain country. My. Ton So we'd see him at nine would always sit down for a nice family, dinner and stuff we could, but. Upbringing itself is all about the neighbor's. The kids. The keeney that we built in this little neighbor of ours and. We are always in someone's basement, Zorzor Sir. Play Mario Party or something like that I. It was just a really fun exciting upbringing. I got an older brother he He made sure to let me know what I was. The younger brother ties. I would you good? When did you decide than at a young age? It were cheesehead. Where I was actually a forty niners fan for. Right twelve years. was at the time it was Steve Young and before that Joe, Montana, they're like star. QUARTERBACKS, Jerry, rising garrison hearst, and all these amazing players that played for them, and my dad was a huge fan, and as a young kid I wanted to rebel. I'm a big the best team. There is outside of the backers. I think the forty niners, and then as I grew up in got close from my dad, and saw the passion that he had for really start to. Follow his path I realized how passionate he was about the packers, and I think that's where the love for the team game from about twelve thirteen. And then now it's. It's diehard packer fan. Now I. Go to every game I. Can I'm around by like four or five different games around the country on the away games? Yeah I'M A fan. Now, let's go back to your high school. If you're to tell your high school self and your high school friends that you were going to be like one of the biggest heartthrobs, the bachelor franchise one day well, they think about that. Gordon my yearbook. They'd all believe me I. Guess Oh my Gosh, explain. It's not so. I don't remember doing this, but when I was a senior. You know how we have like senior quotes, right? Yeah mine was to beyond the bachelor someday. Of all things granted like at the time I had to go to your shaved head at warlike massive fake diamond earrings I had like. Polo and Fu. Airforce ones on Alzheimer's is completely different person. But apparently that was my aspiration as a senior in high school with. elaborate on that a little bit for so you? Go Back Yeah Yeah. About this thousand and three I think was the first season of the bachelor right. And every girl in school is talking about it and I had never had a girlfriend that never kissed a girl was just kind of like a normal dude. Hanging in the background and I saw all the attention that this handsome successful guy got, and all the girls WanNa, talk about it and want to be around, and I was like. I WANNA be that guy someday to. Know that that's the only thing I honestly don't remember writing. But. Now. It's up there for everybody to see forever. Okay, so, what year did you graduate agree to doesn't work okay so. After Yeah Oh. Yeah, yeah, well. That's why it was. My senior quote is on the top everybody's minds. Were you watching the shell along with all the girls in school. So, I've never actually seen a season of the show until my I won't mind I should say ours. Everyone call it. Really so you never so okay, we're GONNA stay in high school for a bit, but this hint says something here. You even through high school. You just heard the rumors about what the show is doing in Houston had one of the love to. And I'm sure you've got a little hate for that. A little heat probably from the public for writing that they thought your intentions were wrong in your response to be what? was after the airing of. Rachel season that I was on. And I got a text from a friend that was a year ahead of me in high school and she said. Do you know that this is out there? Mike, who photoshop this is. Why is someone trying to throw me on the bus like that and? That's another buddy. 'cause. I was in Los, Angeles at the time and said. Do you have your yearbook? Say Yes, somewhere down there in the basement, so he went and Jack Insurance. On there was. HOW REAL SELAH WE ARE! Do you have that yearbook now at your parents? I'm sure it's at their house summer yet down in store somewhere in the basement. Was Destiny. Believe did. You mentioned that you had never had your first kiss at that point so then. When did you have your first kiss and tell us about it? My first chance was the year at while summer after senior year me to. Really Mean Peter Krause both had our first kiss at nineteen. I was. Eighteen at the time turn still. Feels so much cooler. Blueberry I guess I. Don't Know Sandy the. Once I, guess girls like Oh. This is what I've been missing. Is Great. Everything else kinda followed suit in the following years after that, but all right. So when did you got? You Got Rolling with it your? I was a fan of that point. What what do you think he'll be back I? Mean what kept you from kissing until? I didn't think girls were interested me at that time, I was. kind of like the Awkward Pudgy Artsy Kid that I was in the art studio all the time I I wanted to I went to a private school. Everywhere Abercrombie or American Eagle and I couldn't afford that, so I worry about a bunch of stuff that we could get like secondhand stores or hand-me-downs from my brother and. were, a lot of things that could. I'm sorry to say this, but like steel off the racks, so is all like south, pole and Carl Kenai. Fubu and Shoot like a lot of reebok shoes, and all these like velour onesie suits that were just terrible..
Hilary Stohs-Kraus's journey with Ruby on Rails
"I am curious. What is your specific experience with remainder else? So that was the When I was looking at boot camp you know there's so many there's so many different kinds and they all cost different amounts in some are fronton and design somewhere front and back end and really having very hodgepodge tech experience. I didn't know what I wanted and so I I kind of stopped to try to think about it from different instead of like what language WANNA learn. I tried to think like well. What kind of job do I want to have at the end? And I knew I wanted to work with startups. I wanted to work at a small company. I didn't want to work for a bank or an insurance company or anything like that and so then I kind of did some some research on what what are the languages that are used at startups. And then how can I learn that language and I saw a lot of good things about ruby on rails I liked that it was written to or is created. You notice sound kind of English. E again being someone with a writing background that was appealing and And I just really liked what I saw about the community itself so there happened to be a boot camp that taught reveals full stack. That actually one of my really good friends from college was a teacher us and it was in Nebraska. You know kind of like well. I don't really want to go back to Nebraska. I've kind of done that been there done that. I'm sort of looking for something different. He's like Hillary. I think you should just apply go through the interview process. I think I think you'll find. It's a really good fit and I remember in my interview. This is for Omaha Code School which doesn't exist anymore. But I remember my interview the the other instructor Who's Indian American and my friend is Went to high school and They you know he talks about like entry points to marginalize communities and things like that and I was just like this. This is perfect. This is exactly what I want like. This sounds like a really really good fit and I loved my experience. It was a really great program So scan my entry intriguing rails it was. It was deliberate to the extended. It could be given how ignorant I was of most of the tech industry. But I'm really really grateful that that's what I chose because the community has your spend phenomenal and I think especially for for second career folks. Newcomers it's just so welcoming and there's so many resources and everyone seems really willing to help you level up instead of trying to be competitive forcing you to prove yourself. And that's so refreshing so great and it sounds like you and I probably learned to code around the same time for me. Rail three was just starting to turn into rails for and so I was like right on the cusp aware. As I learned code we were learning how to upgrade to rails four and it was very exciting for the community at the time I just remembered the energy around rails for and it was. I felt like I really picked the framework that I was excited. About yeah exactly. We have a a WHO came on board in the fall has been phenomenal. And she studied economics. I think quantitative economics in school and then likewise decided to switch and into doing more tech and she came to ruby through a I think it's called Ruby me. It's the it's where they period with a mentor. New Work on on open source re-budget together remotely and she just loved the experience and and I think that's just a prime example and she's been huge asset to the company is really eager to learn has agree attitude and I think you know it's true that you like attracts like right if you put out really good energy and you're welcoming and you and you build these programs for folks to get into Ruby on rails you're gonNA attract really great people who will then you know further that ecosystem and build upon it and make it even better totally agreed.
Dangerous travel conditions expected in Colorado
"Blizzard conditions possible from Colorado the Great Lakes through tomorrow Todd Kraus he is a National Weather Service meteorologist to Minnesota snow is going to come down hard it's going to come going to come down fast visibility will be very very poor during the height of the snow storm one person is dead in a multi vehicle crash near Vail Colorado a second storm called a bomb cyclone has already brought heavy snow to the mountains of southern Oregon and northern California and high winds which I brought down trees and power lines
Alexander Skarsgrd, 'The Kill Team'
"Hi everybody I'm Peter Travers I saw the first one that was the documentary so this is basically a true story that has been semi changed now for Yeah Yeah I saw that documentary as well it's ultimately a whistle blower story about a soldier who on is very disturbed by what has the unit is doing out in Afghanistan and he's complicit in it as well which makes it very difficult and when Dan Kraus maker reached out and said he was working on a narrative feature about the same subject matter about the same guys on I was I definitely wanted to meet him because the duck commander was so interesting and I love him he was great is a fascinating guy very intelligent his take on on the namic group in why he wanted to make a narrative feature of it was appealing to me and it was fascinating role it's very disturbing it's very dark it's not the artifical villain it's not you don't fall those tropes it felt on the great complexity to the character that I was excited to to work on to explore and he was very generous as director and he really wanted actors to come in on with with thoughts and ideas in to have fun with their characters as fun as you can have in it on a dark sub describe him a little this Sergeant he's it's interesting because what you're saying is making somebody complex who could have been played as a villain but he's not he's a human being with these flaws these major flaws and so we kind of are on his side in the team we see his into votes he's not somebody who's really screaming at anybody you know what they should do but what he's asking them to do is basically repellent yeah and it was important to for for deeks to win them over on before asking them to do things that they might be uncomfortable noon which could harm civilians which is I don't WanNa go to deeper into what's happening yeah that's what happened in life exactly really what happened was In terms of the rules of engagement he doesn't agree with them he believes that there's another way that's more that will protect him and his men John and Tim everyone outside the perimeter of the base is basically an enemy if they're not holding a gun the are complicit in what the bad guys are doing and they're an accomplice anyone to target basically on because he believes that they've you him and his as targets so on there's a line of movie were says well you kill one of them you save tenor ours are you telling me that that's wrong and that's oh he morally justifies what he's doing so he obviously doesn't think that he's doing something horrific on he really believes in it on and the way to convince the soldiers to not intimidate them I like that it's not doing it by force on he shows up because the the previous sergeant died stepping on an ID and these soldiers are young it's their first deployment they they're scared and then he shows saw with tons of experience he is confident in the admire him for him just to look at them or acknowledge them would mean the world I mean he is charming and nice and on their side there's a scene where they smoke some pot he catches them doing that and they're terrified like what will are sergeant now's do and he's like the we're about it like Oh don't don't smoke that some pre- some remote stuff so the like him he's one of the guys which is his a of manipulating them to make sure that yeah because he knows that by doing that they will follow him blindly can we stop and look at gene we're just that kind of thing is happening all right
"kraus" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Turcotte was killed Kraus all rain last night in Warren County on a host of charges may face additional charges for spitting on the news channel thirteen photographer. like Patrick newsradio a ten little three one W. G. Y. all one of a kind is how water leads fire chief describes that a man whose car was crushed underneath the tractor trailer on seven eighty seven Thursday walked away from it with a cut on his finger police say he was northbound there the twenty third street exit tried to pass the truck which was fully loaded with forty thousand pounds of flour hit a guard rail bounced off hit the semi which tipped over and crush the man's car unfortunately he was thrown to the passenger side which was slightly less compressed under the weight of the truck took about thirty minutes cut the man out of the car carpet extreme crash in calling the police say a woman was struck around seven fifteen last night along Troy Schenectady road near Ronald Dr police say the driver saw the woman in his lane couldn't stop before he hit her they say the driver stopped immediately to help was dark and raining at the time police say the driver was not speeding alcohol was not a factor in the crash the woman identified as Aaron McCue of Rotterdam was taken to all the mad governor Cuomo now wants to expand his ban on flavored E. cigarette in vaping products by adding menthol the list is a national emergency order did not include menthol but he now says he's accepting a recommendation from state health commissioner Dr Howard Zucker from the start the American cancer society's cancer action network said the ban didn't go far enough director of government relations bill Sherman menthol on the house the same flavoring as in the in the same taste as a mentor winter grand and so we really you know when you're looking at tobacco and tobacco control measures are really consider them all synonymous Jim callin heads up the state convenience stores association told us recently people will still find a way to get their hands on these products they're going to find that flavor product they want whether in a bordering state or a tribal smoke shop or online or on the black market that is almost certain to emerge governor plans to hold a region wide summit. as governors of neighboring states October seventeenth to discuss not only vaping policies but those related to legalize recreational marijuana another global climate strike is scheduled for today protesters are expected to block traffic in Washington because of today's strike millions marched in last week's global strike seeing action seeking action rather on the climate change and an LA businessman is the latest parent to go to prison in the college admissions scandal in Boston federal court yesterday the fifty three year old man was sentenced to four months in prison pleaded guilty to a single count of fraud and conspiracy in may WG one morning news time is eight oh five our next update at eight thirty I read shepherd now more Chuck and Kelly on news radio a ten.
Motorola Razr Phone: The Next Comeback?
"This is tech news briefing on Tony Bruce reporting from the newsroom in New York with a flashback to one flip phone rendered obsolete by the iphone, but a stylish social status of yesterday. I am referring, of course to the Motorola razor picture it now with a foldable screen and a fifteen hundred dollar price. The once popular thin flip phone will be reintroduced as device made by Lenovo 's Motorola, mobility, unit and marketed by Verizon can Motorola, revive the flip phone, and how soon can you get your hands on one? That's after these tech headlines. Scheffel at the top of snap is underway snap CFO. Tim stone is leaving after less than a year on the job. Mr. stone didn't announce plans, but will stay on as finance chief to assist with the search for his successor. This is according to the company's securities filings this week his departure comes as the Snapchat. Parents struggles to retain users Mr. stone joined snap in may after roughly twenty years at Amazon, New York and Arlington Virginia traded billions of dollars in incentives for a shiny new Amazon H Q two, but the arrival of the new corporate headquarters could mean some challenges for the two cities case in point the F D N Y is feeling the heat. The fire department is considering reopening a firehouse that was closed fifteen years ago anticipating the tech giant's new Long Island, city campus and fears that it could strain department resources and the journal says officials from Amazon are meeting with the department city planning and other city agencies, including the F D N Y to figure out how they can help. Take two interactive software will pay the NBA and its players union as much as one point one billion dollars over several years and not just for fun. This allows take two's two k studio to continue making its NBA two K video game franchise as well. As other NBA branded games including smartphone apps. The journal says it's a window into the steep costs. Video game makers can face particularly insecure in starpower for their sports games. The deal reflects the growing popularity not only of NBA two K, but the revenue swelling power of micro transactions. The small digital purchases gamers can make while playing coming up as behold onto our smartphones longer. The wireless industry is looking for some new niche products and give you the return of the razor details after this. The Motorola razor phone is making a comeback. The once popular flip phone is being revived it will resurrect as a smartphone with a foldable screen and a starting price of roughly fifteen hundred dollars. The phone maker Lenovo is partnering with Verizon in an exclusive deal and the plan is to start selling new razor devices in the US as soon as February. However, it is still being tested. So the timing is not yet final. Let's talk about it more joining us via Skype on the line in Vegas. She's traveling is Wall Street Journal reporter, Sara Kraus's. Hi, sarah. Welcome back. Thank you. Thanks for having me. I guess my first question is, you know, we know this is a niche market filler of sorts, but why the razor in particular? Do we have a sense is the foldable screen buzz? And that translates into a flip phone we once knew. Yeah. I think there's there's a lot of pieces to it. But I think the starting point is it's sort of the sign of the wireless industry trying to. Find something about a smartphone. That is differentiated and has bells and whistles that are compelling to customers that are increasingly happy to just hold onto the iphone or Android device that they have and have had for two or three years. So this is something that both the carriers on the device makers alike are trying to figure out is how do we either draw a new subscribers or draw in new phone buyers by offering something different? So you have that. But you also have the foldable screen trend. That's going on Samsung is working on one as well. And then just the nostalgia factor of the razor. It was something that was hugely popular in two thousand and four pink. Wow. Was I had a silver one. And that was before the iphone came and sort of changed the game and really launched us into the smartphone era. But but I would say that this is both the sort of nostalgia. And niece play. You mention the days of cell phone past Motorola has tried this before how did it go? And why does Motorola think it might work now in this new landscape? I think perhaps. Moment in time factor where they have approval for a patent for a foldable screen. Screens are sort of a new dimension and smartphones and capability it's a way to marry this sort of beloved vintage razor form with this new emerging technology of the foldable screen again. It is a differentiator at a time when a lot of smartphones on the market are the sort of candy bar size rectangles. So it's a way to try to blend older new. I would say they did try this once before in two thousand eleven launched a handset, call the droid razor. But Motorola's market share really over the last decade has declined pretty severely, right? And we talked about buzzwords, whether they're foldable screens or whatever whenever we went on at the moment. One of them happens to be five G, and she will know the five G hype is very real you see a lot of the big carriers trying to figure out how they're gonna make five G work for them. I can't. Imagine that that's not at play here as well. Absolutely. So the carriers are all trying to raise to roll out their next generation of faster five G networks and part of winning that race on the consumer side as having you know, some of the earliest devices to the market that are compatible with those faster networks, so the razor that I wrote about today as part of a road map for Verizon that also includes five G compatible Samsung phone as well as clip on for an existing Motorola phone that would enable five g service so carriers are trying to sort of make a product and service game plan that will sort of bring them into the five G era. Sarah cross, thank you so much. Thank you for the tech news briefing, im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. Thanks for listening.
Lime gets COO, Disney gets Fox, Amazon gets split, cake mix gets recalled
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Lime gets COO. Disney gets FOX Amazon gets split cake. Mix gets recalled by chronicle staff and new services from business lime grows lime has hired. Joe Kraus, a general partner at GV alphabets investment arm and its first teeth operating officer Krause is online sport of directors and helped lead GV share in three hundred thirty five million dollar investment. In the electric scooter company this year, the San Francisco startup is worth an estimated one point one billion dollars. Kraus was a co founder of internet portal excite during the first dot com, boom he will step down from his role as general partner GV and Han his lime board see to another GV partner as he takes over much of the daily operation from CEO. Toby son number of the day, two point four million. That's how many boxes of cake mix are being recalled by Dunkin Hines because. Because of a link to salmonella the recall affects classic white classic butter golden signature confetti and classic yellow varieties with expiration dates of March seventh through thirteenth twenty nineteen the food and Drug administration warns people not to eat or bake with the mix it's a wrap European Union. Authorities have declared Disney's acquisition of FOX's entertainment assets provided. Disney sells off some TV channels it controls in Europe, the European Commission said Tuesday that it approved. Disney's seventy one point three billion dollar deal to buy the twenty first Century Fox assets. Disney shareholders and US regulators already approved the move and Amazon goes to reports surfaced this week that Amazon was going to split its new headquarters in two and now the apparent locations have been leaked media outlets place. The new hubs in crystal city for Julia, a Washington suburb and Long Island city in the New York borough of queens, the sights will house total. Of fifty thousand employees.
Ariana Grande Shares Sweet Video of Late Ex Mac Miller
"Subpart who she was. But like now the more obviously like it's being like romanticize now that it's like this, this tragic ending. But like now I feel like I miss out on the greatest love story of our time. Yes. But then remember when Mack was still alive and and people like she released a song or macro interro. Yeah, about her. And she was like, not everything is what it seems like. You can't save someone. So yes, it's easy to our Mansa size it in hindsight hours and like that kind of the effect that death has like everything negative sort of washes away as it should, but it's just, I can't even imagine like how difficult it is to like think about. I know that for her and I feel like her time with Pete was like, you know, when you're like drug and you're on a high, and then you would come down to like realize the consequences if you like. Now it's like the dust has settled and it's like, she can't look. It's like a one death is like the one thing that can be undone. So it's like what now, but she looks like fine. Also, shit was going to social media rape, and she's not. And she's like shopping, and I have some sources and they say that she's
Konya, Kim Kardashian and L. discussed on The Morning Toast
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