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"l. a" Discussed on KCRW
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"l. a" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover
"And then this the next step was okay, I'm GonNa take that step to solve this problem in the missing the the analysis that the people who are in power are people who are to. To indebted to the special interests that I think have. have dominated L. A. Politics in L. A. Policymaking for years. In ways that have been really detrimental Angelenos and so what we need is people in power who are not beholden to those interests who came out this with a base of support that is external to our current, very broken political system and yeah that was it was really hard for me to say okay. I'm going to now be that person to who tries to to build that external base in who tries to say here's my analysis of what's wrong everyone join me in in in this analysis in like elect me because I'm GonNa. I'm. GonNa, try and fix this but I think it's also been an incredible privilege to be you know to be an I'm sure you feel the same way it's like it's were so lucky to be able to put that vision of what needs to change in the world or in your case, your vision of that creative output in you make it happen, make it happen into reality and Yeah, it's been. It's been tough. I will say though. It was a tough change for me to to make that step while very curious about because what I'd love from this interview for folks listening to realize these same dynamics exist in your city and you could be that person to write at or maybe there's a person in your community who you could say, Hey, hint hint you should run right and you can support like you can be a part of that movement as well and so I'm really curious about the more I get involved in politics y learn about it the more I realize that like you you do need certain things in order to run right like if if it is. How how do you?.
"l. a" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover
"It's obviously uneven throughout the country, but by and large, it's been hugely worthwhile investment if not, just the right thing to do would I trade that for cash? No, I would not You know clean what local communities got provide clean water do I want people go by purified water everywhere now I wanna make sure that the water coming in every faucet every tap is clean. So people need casts. Yes. But people need public goods in public services as well. They are very much not substitute for each other in many cases in my judgment. You Know I. Don't I public transit. We need to build public transit I. Mean you of L. A. and I know you know you all have a bus system, a train system you know how? You can imagine I'm sure anyone who's written outed after can imagine how could be improved and could have huge benefits for everyone right and. Again you know we have families who all they can get is snap or food stamps or cal fresh out there and When you think about that how are they going to buy toilet paper? You don't power they gonNA buy a charitable. What happens if they're fridge breaks down and so we can't. Continue I think as a country. If we believe frankly and freedom I don't think we can continue to allow people to persist with no cash So I think it's really both and and it religious depends on what it is that you're providing even housing. If we had a housing policy that helped us desegregate this country based on sort of having built housing how we? Help people couldn't afford it. Get it. Didn't make sense not to just give catch. On, the other hand if you don't, we didn't worry about that and our housing policy is otherwise just to. Get People, housing. We don't care about the other outcomes then maybe it does make sense to give something closer to cash or cash. So I think we really justify through it need by any..
"l. a" Discussed on Small Doses
"You're right. I think more about that because it even speaks to like in healthcare the fact that they don't believe us when we're like I'm in pain, you know and it's like. I because even if we wanted to say okay, they don't have black people around okay. Yeah, but they have numbers. These are people that live in numbers right so even the numbers don't lie. So why would you think I'm lying so then? I'm like it's literally. It's just a cognitive dissonance of like. You may be right, and these numbers may be right, but I just don't believe you. I don't believe that then. We're that much magic that they just don't believe us. They're like you can come back when you're actually successful and then maybe I'll give you money. At an agent at an agency town the when I started when I moved to La to stand up, we're not gonNA. We're not gonNA cover you in the standup department. So until you start doing, stand up in La. You're doing. Stand up in L. A. and you get you get going then we'll come back to us. What are you? That's like that's like a publicist. Right telling you yeah there. They don't want Yet. Not yet. It's like what we'll do. When are we GONNA? Push? It sounds like the need. Of a very slave minded that process that says you do the work. Then, come back and our research benefits. I didn't think of it like that. I didn't think of it like that I think when you say when black women are only seven percent of the population that number to them is not a big number, so it feels small, and so they put us in this box of your small, but it's like. We by forty percent of baby food, and we're seven percent of the population and K. Like, that's crazy. That's crazy. Also. Why are we buying so much? What does that to don't know I? Don't know and I don't know. I get a lot of a lot of my friends. Are Having these babies. He's babies girl having these babies I here and. I'm. I think the biggest thing that's been dope for me to experience a witness with them is. Just their honesty about the process and about the experience, and then, and then at going what you've been saying just that when it comes to not even just black mother, but motherhood in general that they felt like the near the the narrative of. Actual information that you need. Is massed more so by simply justice like fantasy, experience of pregnancy and motherhood, and so like when you need to know like real things you know like yeah okay. If I'm lactating. How do I make the Stop Hurting? Lake they had I've had at least three of my friends like so no one told me that this. Like? No one told me about the the best. The breast is going to hurt. No one's on. Yeah, yeah, I mean. That's why. I only breastfed for three months. I couldn't do it I was like. A forty percent of the baby for. ME. Baby powder. But all the dismantling of like the baby powder versus the breast in like this tough right that we are already feeling like the weight of the world on our shoulders. Let's pile some more stuff on there and say you're not good enough, and your is not going to be smart and. Because you with your teddy, so it's going to be done, and that's just. Mom. Your phone. Every! It's all your fault right so. Exactly..
"l. a" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"It really my god I St on many times but that was funny I get paid to wrap many right how many how many times you guys sat last how many the dad the times you last night how many times how many times how many chances you get you twenty question how many fake in a strange he's from a shame to see behind the smoke them every day really because they saying I never saying anything everybody's got a thing some to make millions of them make means I don't I don't know what the players is this is a matter lane about from a lack of promotions I never was one yes I was hoping the music was for sale but the people want everything else everyone I know what the outcome will be and the don't even lie rebel would come under twenty one savage's hit me at some on a new record he got he called and I chat with the cast and I made it to the top whenever and if it was worth it and because we should notice I never met you I noticed that someone at the local national data minds in this mid as of and I got a tell your friends going on in the system and that is the greatest the data before all lanes how much weather right how many how many times you guys sat last how many do you live how many times how many how many chances you get you well you stay in the home ninety two three L. A.'s new home for hip hop yeah this guy was what was yeah K. mobile I don't know this is like a lot the day will be capped because I told him what well the main message may push he said it is so it really well I'm not the same man industries cut total not the same man and tags and I'm only bags now got it you know what seven one eight three five I get rested this is like to live they will be expected add to that total you the we I give rise to go outside and I I don't know that this is like a lot they will be expected add to that total big boy's neighborhood and what I.
"l. a" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Plant citrus if you want to put citrus in the ground which user are wasted to sell several varieties of citrus can handle our weather with proper planning and placement it's possible to grow citrus in the ground in central Texas at least some varieties citrus would be one of the exceptions to the rule citrus you would plant in the early spring when that last chance of frost is gone the idea of being you want their tree to establish its best route system during the summer so that it will be strong enough to handle a possible freeze in the winter kind of backwards to what we were thinking we want citrus to be strong and established before it gets cold so that it can survive cold weather you may still have to cover you may still have to protect it but it is the exception to the other trees the other trees get him in the ground early in the fall L. A. as your was early as you can do it before it gets hot but citrus can go in the ground is early is it possible in the spring time after the last frost so that it may spend about six months getting to establish its roots and strengthen itself up to handle what could be a freezing situation in the fall so like I said nature always has exceptions it's really nice to go well the general rule is but there's always that one plant that you have to do things a little different for regular trees if you cannot assume you can take care of it during the hottest time of the year try to plant it early in the fall if you can provide a care planted anytime of the year if you're planting citrus it's it's best advantage to put it in early in the spring after the last frost so it will be prepared for the cold of winter so hope that helps hope it's still encourages you to go out and plant trees because we need more trees in hope that kind of clears that up remember he it's not written in stone it's not against the law to plant tree anytime of the year in central Texas folks this is gardening naturally you give me a call five one two eight three six zero five ninety were and take a quick break and be right back now is the chance to use reliable energy to grow your money with the dominion energy reliability investments.
"l. a" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Yeah right yes there is something I know you're going through that they would are you gonna call her what do you call it thank you for having my back like that she is if you come back in here I would always tell me she is a yeah you've been on the phone it's not ready for that nor are we ever ready for winter the market is called man and and and and thank you for giving us is going down once again thank you for the by family members on the is there with him yeah that was you make you think he makes is going down to defeat one as I've been able to pick one that's gonna like this man I got rocky ridges high fashion then let's do the weekend without heartless both coming up in this Mickey Vicky mix sounds good in the neighborhood and also do stick around your radios on a double someone your trip because you haven't registered as of yet so make sure you don't want to real ninety two three L. A. dot com the word bankroll once again real ninety two three L. A. dot com he worked his bankroll could be calling out your name this could be us but you too all right now on your radio eight twenty going up the next neighbor bankroll Big Boy another one we live in today and again I just can't you know what I'm saying can't get it the agent.
"l. a" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"In your bank for moving costs for upkeep to your house for emergency funds if you don't have it the fact that they're really high third batch about sixteen thousand dollars a year so that quite a bit that payment and you know we're going from a house that was captivated the fourth so we don't have taxes in our payment L. when you add up at roughly yeah now I don't know what sixteen characterized by twelve but it a lot on top of that payment it does put us at a point of where almost thirteen hundred dollars more on top of that you get kind of close to that thirty five hundred and we have N. H. L. A. and that the area as well so that's kind of where I was thinking I should put more down than twenty percent to get me closer to that email but that's I guess that's where I just wanted to make sure that with the economy the far coronavirus doing fell allow and the stock market making sure I didn't get the exact thing that money and status are putting it down on a house but it it does sound like you're an I. agreement that I should be in our monthly payment I feel comfortable with more than investing the money it's not exactly what I'm saying what I'm saying is don't buy a more expensive house because your realtor is pushing it and so that that's what I'm saying I'm not saying don't you know or put more money down on the house and then have less to invest because in fact I think if your payment is a couple hundred dollars a month more than the thirty five hundred that you're comfortable with keep in mind that you only put down a hundred and thirty you've got seventy thousand dollars in the bank for you to be able to then use to help to make those additional payments per month sure so my thinking on this is Indian you mentioned you know with the stock market is volatile that has recently and I get it your fear is if I take that seventy thousand and I don't put it into the home what will happen to it could I potentially lose it if I invested on the stock market.
"l. a" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Did you get your middle name from you thank you for having no me I that's been more variety four three I am a super Tuesday coming up on Tuesday have you voted yes yes my wife that she goes what do you mean we off to vote on Tuesday hundreds of centers across LA county are open so you can vote early this weekend that's right you have to like you know miss work or if you can fit into your schedule you can just do this we can't get all the information L. A. vote dot net LA vote dot net has it all up there.
"l. a" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"California corona virus outbreak how would the L. A. and California government officials react to keep us all safe but stay politically correct scary of true but dark secret place tonight at eight on KFI am six forty more stimulating talk you six forty will live everywhere on the I heart radio app this is the most Kelly show if you mention climate change is likely evoke strong emotions either in the support or its denial against the backdrop of the president again denying the urgency of climate change at the Davos World Economic Forum the debate is again front and center as the climate change and what if anything the United States will be doing about it Martin o'malley served as governor of Maryland from two thousand seven to twenty fifteen and is a former presidential candidate his latest book is smarter government how to govern for results in the information age and he joins me on the line right now governor o'malley thank you for coming on the mall Kelly show how are you this evening I'm great thanks very very much for having me on that thanks for your focus on this issue the issue well I have to wonder you've been a public servant for just about all of your adult life serving on the Baltimore city council mayor of Baltimore and of course governor of Maryland as I indicated from an over arching since what would you say are the strengths of government at its best and what are some of its limitations yeah I wrote this book smarter government because quite honestly I I can't thank you do as well the democracies in crisis and the crisis is democracy itself whether we are so self governing people can still deliver the goods whether those goods are combating climate change you're making our streets safer places are giving our kids a better education what I've seen happening though is the dawn of the new way of governing using data using new technology especially location technology to get inside the turning radius of seemingly huge problems and actually cheaper so that many would have thought was impossible before so what I see happening is a whole new generation of leaders coming up and it can curry Jiang but because it happened at the local level against the dark national backdrop get a lot of the tension but I have a lot of folks and a lot of compliments surely that this new way of governing with openness transparency collaboration based on shared understanding is actually there the future of our country and the salvation of this world especially on climate change I really want to drill down on this issue you mentioned leaders leadership and government and they're not all one and the same I would say government sometimes must lead the people and other times must respond to the desires in other words on the issue of climate change is there a consensus among the populace as to the urgency of climate change or is this something that the federal government and even states must lead on regardless of whether there is consensus presently I think the answer's boat Gallup polling does the same questions every year so you can track over time the trend and the trend on climate change and this only happened after Donald Trump selection the very first time every age cohort of Americans now believe that climate changes caused by human activity that's a big ship from ten years ago and even those Americans that are over sixty five we believe that that is the cakes if you look at Americans twenty five and under it is an overwhelming majority who believe that we are the ones who called why is that important because once week knowledge that we're the ones that cause it then we can accept the we're the ones who can fix it what we have yet to accomplish is to pull together the more like giving consent search for how we move our country to a hundred percent renewable energy but look at the progress that's been made on that score you know four years ago when I ran for president I was the only one of the three of us that was advocating a move to a hundred percent renewable energy grid United States of America by twenty thirty ended with a certain car twenty should be but now this year everyone of the candidates and some of them are trying up but by moving ahead the twenty forty twenty thirty so one thing in modern times anyway one thing sure in the Democratic Party platform they tend not to come out until they become reality this move to a hundred percent renewable energy is coming if we can get there first as a nation and we can get there sooner or more planetary damage is done that would be a cause worthy of the truly great people it's easy for us I suppose when you hear Donald Trump still denying climate Garching us on the international stage is it's easy to despair but either courage instead to look at what cities and states are doing a wide declared a hundred percent renewable energy goal by twenty thirty five and they intend to get there California also pointing the way forward every state has been offering their renewable portfolio standards and while the politics at the national level listen in our paper my god the technology and the cost curbs on solar and wind and battery technology is moving in the right direction in a positive direction much faster than anybody with a drink it's actually cost less to build new solar wind today than it does to build new coal or more or gaps so there's a lot to be hopeful about even as we go through this child time when our national governments not at all helpful if you're just tuning in on the line right now with me is the former governor of Maryland and former presidential candidate Martin o'malley as we discuss his new book smarter government how to govern for results in the information age this is the most Kelly show KFI am six forty we're live everywhere on the I heart radio app now to the KFI news room for an update a lot of the KFI twenty four hour news from a case of the new coronavirus from China has been confirmed in Santa Clara county in the bay area we've.
"l. a" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"At today on the next article place will continue reading are fictional two thousand twenty one report on the great California corona virus outbreak how would the L. A. and California government officials react to keep us all safe but stay politically correct scary after the dark secret place tonight at eight on KFI am six forty more stimulating talk sporting life everywhere on the I heart radio out pay everybody's the fork port all things food every single Saturday from two to five we've got three hours to celebrate southern California restaurants cooking at home the people that make the food the culture behind the food all this great stuff that we get to do every single Saturday and today during winter here in so cal it's like eighty five freaking degrees outside you gotta love being out here on your well fed hosting surveyed her how do you do you can't say so cal without saying why whose fish tacos you can't try it you can't owner and buddy of mine wing lam is here he also bought brought Brent fiat is it for yeah they add Fayette I like it who is the guy to know when it comes to booze when you want spirits you hello Brent you say Hey Brent need some spirits and he goes done and done so these guys came in to talk about the of course just for those of you who don't know I don't know who you'd be but there are locations in California why Japan Colorado Nevada New Jersey Pennsylvania seeing at what who's all over the place website as well who's dot com one whose dot com but you're here to talk about a fantasy taco contest yes we are I mean the movie the TV show now it's made into a movie and it's kind of funny adult misli island is going to be a movie yes it is it's out out right now it's got some great cast members did you play tattoo I was trying to audition but I could make it on your knees Cody taco the doctor so that's crazy because that was you know shot out here in southern California I think it was it was at the arboretum the house the house there that the boat would the floating plane would land on I think that's the LA arboretum then that bomb yeah yes because I I you can go there and check it out it's beautiful structure but out there in Arcadia yeah cool yeah so there's a part I think that's the one you walk through and then you can find it as you're going on the walk through out there it's got the what it's really beautiful I would go there with Max when he was just a baby and would walk around all the time but so the fantasy taco contest is in conjunction with the fantasy island the movie yep and the it's going on right now correct yes you gotta go on our website submit your little deal and we're gonna pick up three finalists they get to showcase their skills at one of our locations to be determined and now about a week and two of the cast members from the show the movie will be there to decide who the overall winner is and walk away with a five hundred Bucks cool and yes the price includes five hundred dollars cash gift card and fifty dollars well whose gift card we come back we'll talk a little bit more about that contest but also some of the the food that you brought to you waiting and Brent stopped by my house a little bit ago nothing better than having somebody that you love talking with show up right before your prepping for the show I see I swear I got like in in food was dropped off right afterwards and like you know what I started I'm sitting there eating in my kitchen and I go actually have to go on in a couple minutes all right so stick around we'll come back more with my buddy wing lam from whose fish tacos so go no where it is a four port I'm you'll Faye dress KFI am six forty let's get the latest news now the making the can't find his.
"l. a" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Barricaded roads blocked access to the trains and patrolled the airport at L. A. acts passengers aren't taking chances I do have a mask in here so probably when I get on the airplane I'll put my mask on concerned about this is I don't want to get sick CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez gets prison time for the former top boss and founder of insist therapeutics a pharmaceutical executive John could pour sentenced to five and a half years for what prosecutors say was his role in fueling the nationwide opioid crisis accompany prescribed large amounts of the fentanyl spray that the that the prosecutor said leads to that crisis in the country the sentence is the longest prison term given to seven former executives it insists the Astoria case centered on a medication called subsets a powerful highly addictive narcotic intended to treat patients with cancer suffering from intense pain well dozens of small businesses looking to open marijuana dispensaries let their voices be heard during a meeting with the cannabis control commission in Worcester we get details now from WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe one by one economic empowerment license applicants got up to voice their concerns about the commission's license approval process they say that process has created an unlevel playing field for the little guy in low income areas wanting to open a marijuana dispensary we are not just numbers on paper as we are real actual people Jonathan Spencer of Boston says some applicants have been waiting for months to find out if they are approved and in the interim they're running out of money the regulations are affecting us personally it's making our business is unable to compete with these large corporations which you need to do is possibly lower the qualifications make it a little bit easier for smaller businesses to come into the space and operate the commission says it's committed to adding more licensing staff to speed up the review process given time the cliff WBZ Boston's newsradio six nineteen on a Friday morning and partly cloudy skies thirty five degrees this morning some sun a few clouds later on in the day high temperatures in some cities and towns could reach fifty later on today tying students to some profitable jobs in the tech industry it's part of a technical education reform plan from governor Charlie Baker he makes an appearance a greater Lawrence technical school to map it out Baker calls it the career technical initiative it seeks to team technical schools up with employers to push in Rome and both during the day and at night for don't you want to do something like get a certification Baker says the market demand is there the traditional school the chance to come over in the afternoons and double down on some of the more high demand programs and then make programs available at night the late afternoon and early evening for young adults and adults who want the same opportunity develop the skill game the credential and put it to work in Andover Keren regal WBZ Boston's newsradio this is pretty creepy using modern technology scientists now have a pretty good idea of what a mommy sounded like listen and scientists at the university of London used a three D. printer to copy the vocal tract of the mummy of an Egyptian priests to live three thousand years ago they were able to reproduce a single sound here it is and the kind of sounds like the priest is rather unimpressed with the whole thing and or if you could certainly wake up groggy after sleeping three thousand years maybe you'd have the same reaction and what can't yet the snooze button for another half a millennia or and where is my toothbrush and what's with the body size tourniquet trucks he returned ABC news just.
"l. a" Discussed on KCRW
"On press play L. A.'s history is literally written on its walls tunnels and bridges anybody who tears down a bridge is destroying the stork bridge in LA is just trying to stay on hold numbers of voices from the past without even realizing it voices in the form of graffiti some of it from a hundred years ago discovering the untold stories from LA's underbelly today at noon on press play on KCRW time is four thirty news headlines are next live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly a resolution meant to limit president trump's authority to take military action against Iran comes up for a vote today in the house the measure is largely symbolic it follows a U. S. drone strike in Iraq that killed Iran's top general Qassem Soleimani the trump administration is telling the U. M. that drone strike targeting the Iranian general was an act of self defense Linda facil has more in a letter to the security council US ambassador to the U. N. Kelly Kraft said that the US acted in self defense and was prepared to take further actions as necessary to protect US personnel and interests she also said that the US stands ready to engage without preconditions as serious negotiations with Iran to prevent further endangerment of international peace and security despite denials from Iran the head of Ukraine's security council says a missile strike has not been ruled out in the crash of Ukrainian airliner the Boeing seven thirty seven eight hundred crashed minutes after taking off from Tehran's main airport killing all one hundred seventy six people aboard most of the victims were from Iran and Canada a runny and investigators say the crew of the jet made no radio distress call and was trying to return to the airport when the jet went down the crash occurred hours after a round fired missiles at two bases in Iraq this is NPR news from Washington transportation workers in France are on strike for a thirty six day NPR's Eleanor Beardsley in Paris says the union wants the government to withdraw its plan to overhaul the country's pension system there are nationwide protest marches today against president a menu are McFaul retirement overhaul plans train workers have been leading the strike up until now but they're hoping other workers from different sectors will join hands and paralyze the country they say that way the president will have no choice but to back down on his reform plans health officials in Beijing say a cluster of mysterious illnesses in central China may involve a new strain of virus that includes sars NPR's Emily Fang reports Chinese health authorities have concluded the pneumonia like pathogen was not sars or bird flu instead China's state broadcaster said Thursday the illness is likely a new type of coronavirus closely related to sars of Middle East respiratory syndrome fifty nine people have been sickened with the virus in the Chinese port city of Wuhan though it released so far with no fever the operate cause widespread panic in China as rumors swirled that authorities were covering up another sars epidemic from two thousand to two thousand three stars killed hundreds across Asia but China delayed confirming it had a pandemic on its hands I'm leaving NPR news Beijing DOW futures are up seventy two points this morning I'm David Mattingly in Washington I'm Evan Kohlmann.
"l. a" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"L. A. annual line from the Rush Limbaugh show great to have you with us well mark it as a pleasure to talk to you you are just my favorite for a Roth it is an honor thank you for having me on Hey you've just made by Christmas and old seasons greetings to you today well I had a quick comment for those people and I don't want to do it Euler but also tell you I set my husband kicking and screaming to go see the new Star Wars the reviews on that were so terrible but I'm a Die Hard Star Wars fans even allows the ones I wanted to see that we would call and I didn't expect much I have to tell you mark it wasn't good it was outstanding remotely out standing now for those of you who have not seen the movie you cover your ears will love because exactly why okay pulled holds pulled spoiler leave the room if you don't want to have that he gave me the the emperor Palpatine gets impeached leave the room right now okay quotes will again again on what I've got to say is really not going to spoil the movie there's so many wonderful things that happen in the movie this really isn't going to be a surprise but I remember I told my husband kicking and screaming when the movie was done she had tears in his eyes that I want to stand up and cheer why why did they give that will be such a bad review and I thought I can tell you exactly why they did they gave that movie a bad review because then in the end of the ordinary arms in the sun that made the difference the that is done helping be the Armenians and things of that nature and back why they hated that you know I have often pondered all what Ronald Reagan said on so many times maybe you can remember to mark where he said they're counting on you to be stupid and I used to be smart right my friend they said you know you can vote your way and some of them but you're gonna have to shoot your way out or let you want right where that's about sharks circle your your yeah that is a good lie so you think there is a second amendment subtext in this new Star Wars movie that is why the critics didn't like it yeah yeah what would you you've you've put them brilliantly they should you should be to you whatever the the new Siskel and Ebert is because you've just given the best two thumbs up I've heard for a movie and a long time I may have to join my kids and go and say it you will love it you'll want to stand up and cheer we are taking all of our grand kids tomorrow to go see it I think that everyone in America should see this movie I mean unless you are working all day you're not been appreciated at all but it's what you that through that lands of good versus bad right versus wrong you will see exactly what I thought okay well that's the best explanation I've heard them as to why a second amendment Star Wars Bates Judi Dench as a trans gender cat and is that see we should get you on every week today capsule movie reviews that's brilliant merry merry Christmas to you and yours have and I hope your grand kids enjoy the trip to see the rise of sky high Walker I we should we should we we should do we should do that level little bit a little bit more of the motion picture chit chat as of the close of the show dole's neighbor we are supposed to be taking what Nancy Pelosi in Cairo a doing seriously I find it a little harder to to do each time you know I was listening to and say here it is out of embarrassment rises in some of the show and they would go on and on about the various statutes that said James Comey during you know James Comey the guy you should have been imprisoned whatever it is four years ago now but oddly enough he still going around plugin books and signing Dale's and we keep getting tell lies the the inspector general's report was really gonna nailing him and it didn't quite nail him if you read all the way up to the fascinating footnote on page seven and thirty four he was kind of semi nailed but they never quite close today on listen to people talk him out of these broken this statue these broken that statute and the problem with the United States at the federal justice level right now is more basic than that it's more basic than that and we all know it now people said I well the inspector general's ripple wasn't really anything wait'll you get the Dow rumor Paul then companies really in trouble he's really gonna get it with both barrels right right think about it just be honest I use saws politicians in Washington when they could see if that way if I could seriously give a date as to when the multi trillion dollar debt would actually come down and you can see in their eyes they didn't they didn't think it you know they didn't have that and it's the same thing now just us you sell seriously if you can picture our economy Brandon any of these people on trial in a criminal court facing the loss of liberty for attempting to genuinely serve up the constitution of the United States and now if I the twenty sixteen election okay this report didn't quite do it but now the dumb reports going today really it's looking more and more like it's a it's this simple there's a club and if you're in the club you can do anything you want and if you're outside the club like George Papadopoulos pull manifests road just stone if you won't just stone you'll die in prison for nothing if you George Papadopoulos you'll go to jail for mis remembering to the FBI and the FBI will so dramatically question your wife about your norm crime that she'll miscarry and you lose your baby is he's not in the club and Brandon's in the inside and companies on the inside that's the swamp that's a swamp and the swamp creatures done go to jail it's as basic as that and that's a very sobering force to confront honestly in I suppose Republic with equality before the law that's a sobering reality to have to confront on Christmas Eve marked sign for rush love small still to come you're listening to the EIB network Rush.
"l. a" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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"l. a" Discussed on KCRW
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"l. a" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"What do you say to the the argument in this isn't an argument or a feeling that I have, but I can imagine that in l. a. showroom would say this is that focusing on the negative brings more negative or focusing on them, rings more of that, you'd know, I love that. What do you say to that? But that's bullshit. Yeah. I mean, I used to believe this the so maybe I should have started off with this like I used to believe all of this. I used to believe in manifesting. I used to believe in like being good, white, spiritual woman. There's so many photos. I have my mollahs and all of my things like I'm a good white woman. Okay. People's like I really participated in the spiritual world, a yoga teacher, like I did so good. So I just want to say that I'm sharing all of this because I've been through it. So I'm not a preacher. I'm not on some high horse. I'm not here being like, I'm all evolved follow me. No, no, no. I'm just sharing my mistakes. And my journey and my path. And so I used to believe that, like I don't want to surround myself with anything negative with the haters with the with the bad news because then I'm gonna feel shitty right instead, the way I look at it now is, you know if you don't look at a wound, like if you get a cut on your leg and somebody big gash and you don't look at it and you don't tend to it and you don't get it taken care of. It's going to get worse. It's gonna fester, and eventually it's going to become so much worse. They're going to probably cut off that leg. Right? So it's not that we are now obsessing with only looking at the bad stuff. Rather it's the invitation is if you want to have a clean closet, you have to clean your closet. If you want, if you want to have your life, the incongruency you have to look at the ways that it's not this is the epitome of shadow work and looking at the shadows of our society. If we want to have the ability to stay with all of who we are and not be afraid of a part of ourselves, we have to develop that muscle by looking at the things that are uncomfortable to look at. That's how you develop resiliency, that's how you develop strength. You develop strength by going through the dark..