35 Burst results for "Labor Day"

Scott Powell's 'Rediscovering America' Examines 11 National Holidays

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Scott Powell's 'Rediscovering America' Examines 11 National Holidays

"When you write about the national holidays, right? What is the most obscure one? Because we can all talk about we talk about Christmas 4th of July and I want to. But what how granular do you get? Well, there are 11 national holidays where actually people, if they work for government, they have the day off. I added one more holiday, a national observance holiday called constitution day, and that's on September 17th, which is the day in which the constitution was signed by all the participants or by all but a very few. As far as obscurity goes, people mix up Veterans Day and Memorial Day. They're distinctly different. I think Labor Day is kind of an odd holiday. No one really knows what it means except that it comes at the end of the summer and it used to be a time of barbecues and the last beach hurrah before going back to school and work my favorite holidays are Christmas and Easter. And you can understand why. I mean, they are actually the foundational holidays of our country. We might think that it's Thanksgiving. Well, Columbus discovered the country Columbus day and Thanksgiving. But in fact, it is really the biblical background and the Protestant reformation that came that really that really gave birth to the modern age, freedom and democracy where people have rights, God given unalienable rights where people have equal value. They're all equal before God, a priesthood of all believers. These were unknown concepts.

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'Shang-Chi' Tops Box Office Again With $35.8 Million

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

'Shang-Chi' Tops Box Office Again With $35.8 Million

"The latest Marvel movie continues a winning streak at the box office that brings our family after what was a surprisingly strong Labor Day opening for movies during the pandemic Shanxi in the legend of the ten rings the first Marvel movie to star in Asian superhero stayed on top in its second weekend in theaters collecting another thirty five point eight million dollars in ticket sales it's the second best weekend gross of any film during the pandemic edging out Black Widow on Friday Disney announced that all its remaining twenty twenty one releases including the internals will open exclusively in theaters and not on Disney plus at the same time Warner brothers horror thriller malignant with the stock debut of five point six million was also released on H. B. O. Max for subscribers disease Ryan Reynolds action comedy free guy also did well during its fifth week of release it's made two hundred and seventy six million dollars worldwide I'm Jennifer king

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September 13th, 1922: The Straw Hat Riot in New York City

This Day in History Class

02:16 min | 8 months ago

September 13th, 1922: The Straw Hat Riot in New York City

"Day was september thirteenth nineteen twenty two in new york city. A group of teenage boys grab the straw hats of some factory. Workers stopped them flat on the sidewalk and then ran like mad later that evening. The boys did the same thing to some dockworkers but this time the hat wearers fought back. The ensuing brawl grew so large. It stopped traffic on the manhattan bridge and police had to be called in to break it up the following day. The new york times reported that quote scores of rowdies on the east side and and other parts of the city started smashing hats. Police reserves were called out straw hat. Bonfires were started and seven. Men were convicted of disorderly conduct in the men's night court. And here's the thing is a wild is all that sounds. The straw hat riot was just getting started by now though. You're probably wondering what's with all the hat smashing to answer that. We have to talk a little about men's fashion in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries at the time buildings didn't have air conditioning or central heating so menswear tended to follow a seasonal shift going from heavier fabrics in the fall and winter to lighter fabrics in the spring and summer. This changeover also applied the hats. Most men of the time wore hats every day typically felt once but they would switch to straw hats in the summer as a way to stay cool over time in unwritten rule. Emerged similar to the idea that you shouldn't wear white after labor day. In this case a man could only don his straw hat between may fifteenth and september fourteenth when the fifteenth rolled around it was time switch back to felt hats for another eight months. This became such an accepted norm that a tongue in cheek new york times article proclaimed that any man who wore a straw hat passed. The cutoff date was quote. A communal enemy and a potential subverter of the social order

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Executive Editor of The Federalist, Joy Pullmann, on the Amazon Web Crackdown

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 9 months ago

Executive Editor of The Federalist, Joy Pullmann, on the Amazon Web Crackdown

"We haven't you guessed from the federalist she is executive editor joy. Poelman welcome to america first. Thanks for asking me so guys. You've gotta follow lady on twitter at joy pullman. You've got to read the articles at the. Federalists going to bookmark the federalist first things first. I couldn't believe the article you just published as if parlor wasn't a less than enough for everybody. Could you tell us what the latest intricate development is with amazon. Their web services and Sites like patron and substitute joy. Well i mean. Put it simply Amazon web services as a as a web hosting service that controls forty percent of the internet in the world and they reportedly a ho spe- Supposedly independent sites Patriarch and sub stack. Which are basically kind of ways. No ideally for independent creators to find an audience and get paid from them. I think most listeners would be familiar at least with one of those two Anyway writers reported last week Before labor day weekend that the company basically is planning to content cracks down To you know more strictly enforced basically their thought police policies In that would put sites like those in the crosshairs so we're not talking about trying to identify and track child pornography or jihadi terrorists. What are we talking about his joy money. We've seen amazon do this before. So as you mentioned they were fame. Infamously the folks who picked parlor off and they also have been behind a number of other Significant platforming just like twitter just like facebook. Basically you know what what we see. Is that when internet giants get too much control over speech they use it to shut people down absolutely and guys if you haven't learned their lesson yet if you're a conservative who's building built some kind of platform fuel using amazon. You might as well just burn your money

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Deadly Passion: How an Obsession Led to Murder

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

01:43 min | 9 months ago

Deadly Passion: How an Obsession Led to Murder

"Once. Esther and jim retired. Esther insisted on moving south to swim. Washington soon after the move to swim esther learned. She had cancer and she died two years later. Esther's death hit jim hard and he decided to move back to alaska where he would be closer to his son. He bought a house in wa- silla on golden dale drive and his neighbors across the street were hanged dawson and his eighth wife. Thirty year. Old terry according to neighbors wheeler became good friends with the dawson's and was a frequent dinner guests at their house. Hank and terry dawson suffered marital problems in the summer of nineteen ninety-three and hank temporarily moved out of the house to live in anchorage. After hake walked out on her teri immediately called her neighbor. Jim wheeler to cry on his shoulder. Perhaps terry considered her relationship with jim platonic but friends say. Jim fell hard for terry. Jim apparently could not keep his emotions to himself because he told anyone who would listen that he was in. Love with terry dawson. Meanwhile terry and hank decided to work on their marriage and hank move back into their wasila home over the nineteen ninety-three labor day weekend by this time jim wheelers feelings for had grown into an obsession and he told several people that he could not stand. Think of terry and hank in bed together. Hank died in the explosion. Only four weeks after returning to live with terry in

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"labor day" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

09:34 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Is it. More of a niche brand. Wire you guys only to hardcore foods. I think i'll speak for myself and this is my take on all camera things like i. I'm not a huge cannon guy. I'm not a huge sony guy and literally comes down to like intangible qualities that i just like and i think it's with fuji Their color science. When i shoot stuff with it. It's kind of the thing that i want almost all the time and i'd say the same thing about black magic like i don't. I don't personally a lot of camera. Camera i don't like the word nerds but a lot of camera tech people dave dave freak out over form factor in like the shape of the camera. And like you know everyone thinks like black magic's cameras are weird looking and hard to hold or whatever like i don't almost don't even slightly think about that i just like is the image the thing that i like when i chewed it. And if it is and that's my favorite thing so like that's why i love food. He is like they have. They have all these great film immunizations they they routinely kind of. Give me the tools that i. I don't know that i kind of wish other cameras had and i think i think it's a niche thing because it is a specific look probably. Would you agree with that charles. Like it's like the fuji stuff. Looks a certain way that to me is like really film iq which is a you know that's like a kind of a word that has a lot of meetings these days but it is for me just the way the color looks. It's just a a little bit more of the kind of look that i like to have. And i think a lot of people may may not gravitate towards that look quite as much because that's association that i have with it too but i didn't really know why that is. I think it's it's like to me. Fuji has always been image. I like color science. I like even even going back like going back as far as like the film cameras like they and their film stocks like i. I just always feel like i just like that. They have like a cinematic films. Like just like. I don't know there's a tonality to it. That feels a lot more organic to me with all my fuji footage that i've ever shot every time i just drop on like a like a lot and i'm like yep that's what i want to It almost always never takes any any further tweaking. I don't know for me. It's a lot less about the the more technical aspects of the cameras. 'cause like clearly i think i mean yes. The auto focus on. Sony and canon is one hundred times better but foodie. I mean the fact that food. He just has it. That's enough for me. So that's where i'm at with it. I think that for food. The i think the reason why fuji doesn't get as much attention is because people like dietary but binary battles right like in soda. People love like coke versus pepsi in cameras. People love cannon versus sony. Like i think there's just like people like to reduce it to their these two good versus evil and like you know motion picture cameras. It's like red versus alexa. Even though like frankly the panasonic very cam was cheaper than either of them like oh like very close to being as good especially in lieu light but like the battle like people like reducing it to these very simple binary and they don't like dealing in the ambiguity of like. Oh no there's like nine great choices and like different choices are going to work well in different jobs. I also think part of it is when youtube. i took off canon. The canon democracy was legitimately revolution like legit improve things but canon and sony also had big motion picture like or video. Let's go video video businesses. That they were trying to protect with marketing right. There were even before the canons. See line like one hundred five hundred. They had tons of other. They had the xl line and they had like a you know all sorts of other robust things there and sony had like if not hundreds and different fifty s which looked book garbage but they also had like all sorts of stuff in sort of the affordable space and so they had a big footprint in motion and they had a big win. Things were taking off they. Had you know like quartey is famously. Not the fastest typing keyboard but when typewriters became popular that was the keyboard and so now we're stuck with it a little bit is path dependence when you do really exploded. We had sony canon first and then by twenty fourteen sony really in the space. Because like if you look at like still photostats. Japan fuji is the number one seller some years. And like you know. They're big years for fuji. Were like in the top. Ten four of the cameras are fuji in sony's home country and cannons Country to actually. They're both japanese companies so like it is. It is a major competitor that emotion. I think often gets forgotton because people were so used to shooting on sony and canon when they started shooting video themselves because a lot of them started with like whatever excel one or whatever other non stils photo camera that they had and fuji doesn't have like a three thousand dollar video camera. They don't have a thirty dollar video cameras. They have thirty thousand dollar video lenses but instills and i think the h. one has a real opportunity to like build an audience for them because if it is if it is the things the rumors seemed likely to be pointing to which is like as good autofocus. Toni t. one four lenses under a thousand dollars and like eight k. and raw out to anonymous like that's a killer combination a camera. That doesn't weigh very much in gives you really robust color and i at a likely costs about twelve hundred bucks or something like an the h. One came out at twenty one hundred when it came out down to eighteen hundred after year. It'll probably launch around twenty one hundred but still twenty one hundred suelas on seminars three k. Yeah come on. Yeah so it's i. I think it's actually a testament to how good their color. Scientists fuji manages to have the level of support. It does in a world that wants to reduce everything to binary because it finds by an areas more comfortable and will say this when you wonder on the floor at a gear and a baby you see in down. Ding number of fuji cameras around people's Shoulders one year. Like bob primes walked by and we were at the kennan booth and i think he was speaking again in that week. Maybe it wasn't bob primes. Maybe it was another guy but it was like And he had like fuji around his. It was like an x t three around too short lake. It like within the like we. Are we take this seriously. We do this for like at least partially for living community. Fuji does have a presence. That i think is like part of the thing that keeps it going. I think it made. They made a little bit of a mistake. Coming on a little late but you know so depends on like the. Va one came out a year too late. But i think they're going to catch up grounds. I also personally really wish they would launch like a six thousand dollar video camera. That would be fun i would. I would be so stoked about that yet. If they came out with like an fx nine compare that was like all of the features you want and you can use the case. Zooms and Yeah it would recognise in them an email about that. I am actually going to email them. This podcast and no. I'm not even kidding. Like i know. I have to food. Europe's i mean everybody. I feel like we should always share everything publicly like we through writing for gnome school. And being on this podcast we meet people at all of the companies. And sometimes they loaned us stuff to play with and then usually you like send them follow-up emails you're like oh hey i talked about it on the podcast this week. I don't really know anyone at read. That well i know one percent red and i'll probably send them this podcast so like you know like we haven't gotten to know mr fuji. Although i did have a bunch of one year at any be i got to meet like one of the head tech designers and it was awesome at fuji. They're super nice. So sweet mc cited about anything. They put out yeah. I'm excited about these. I think they're going to be sick already. That was this week's no film school podcast over an hour. We got a wrap this up. I i'm saying. I'm on the internet at charleston dot com. You can also see my work at amazon prime with salty pirate an angels birch. I am wanting a new podcast about how. The film industry's labor system is fox and we should fix it and That'll be launching soon. So be on the lookout for that and I'm cath- tolentino filmmaker and producer. You can find me on instagram at border. Woman dot pictures b. o. r. a. d. e. r. women dot pictures and you can check out my short phone parachute on short of the week end moloto. I'm talk blankenship cinematographer writer. No film school can check out a new video. We put up on youtube about doing stuff with miniatures and visual effects and stuff like that. Pretty fun stuff and you can find me on instagram at. Nfl maker. oh. And i just gotta shut it out. I did a review of new fifty millimeter. T. one lens. There was a youtube component and every youtube comment far has been nice so you guys should all check that out in continue saying nice things about it feels nice especially because you do. The comments are not always nice. Yeah sometimes youtube come into a little mean and hurtful so people should should check that out. It's on the new film school homepage the as on e. meghan tionne t one and actually pretty good nice. All right guys will see everybody next week thanks..

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"labor day" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

07:15 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Is not here today. Georgia georgia was like y'all can figure it out. Total total respect for the boss. Move of power moving None of us are like. Why isn't george. None of us are like towards leading down the podcast emailed us it never. It never actually matters like unless you like work for the president or something and like they're about to give a speech tomorrow like it never really actually matters like i would say. Even that doesn't matter honestly. Some you watched end to end a speech from from a politician who aoc grade school. Oh yeah fair. Yeah i think unless you're working in a medical field where like you are the organ delivery person and someone needs to be on for every day. My old roommate that because she was like i'm not squeamish scrape mooney for an actor and so she was like an actor who delivered organs. Yeah i mean you actors gotta figure out some way where you're like. I never miss an addition. I just pass on delivering that organ. that day. 'cause organ delivery is freelance but yet brilliant. I wanna talk about this even though we all think it's a bad deal because i remember getting sold on this so many times. Even that popstar video. I talked about was like first time working with that creative agency. I i'm working with record. Label i i'm working with bob star. That big we got it because we were willing. We were young and hungry and stupid and willing to like work everybody to death through the holidays and like it gets sold as like this is just how you gotta break your bones. This is how you do it and like you know. If anybody's not following is stories stories is a great instagram account. Everybody should follow it. Cath just sent me something from yesterday and like everybody gets pressure. Everybody gets these speeches. Everybody gets this bullshit and it's like no this labor day like this is the day that is meant to celebrate working people by by letting them out of work like every store that goes to have respect every restaurant. That's close to respect like this is a day where like working people are supposed to rest. Podcasting is pretty close to rest so not gonna feel guilty about the fact that we're podcasting today because it's like i'm not shoveling while we do this. I'm literally lying down while we do this. But i'm playing fortnight right now. Yeah i will accept. You're doing it twice the labor. But i just wanted to. I wanted a universal bad deal for labor day to be like you know over and over in your career this like working on holiday things can come up and like remembered that like george isn't here remembers okay not to work all it and you need to be human and yeah it's like it's important one and earn out sorry. I'm just really quickly burnout. Burnout comes so fast. Like you could be trucking along after working. You know eight days in a row twelve hours a day and feel like i'm doing okay like i think i can make it to the weekend and then on that day be like this is effing terrible like i hate. Everyone and like burnout happens. It just comes up really quickly and so it's important to sort of be aware of that and speaking at my agency like. I had a moment on tuesday where i was like. Astra's quit right now. At that point we'd already like burned through three different vendors on this one project. That's been killing us because his client quite demanding because we're all just like trying to do the best work but then like have all let our boundaries slip and ended up working later than we usually do networking weekends so all that to say dislike protect yourselves. You know absolutely. Hey everybody this is jason buckland and let me welcome you. Back to our podcast. In conversation with chiappa fi class now season one was all about the biggest names in business. Steve madden. danny. Reese chip wilson. Wait until you hear who were talking to now for season. Two philip grim ceo asper web smith founder hiraoka outer thir- hasn't trina sphere co founder. Ceo crew sock co-founder lower carbon capital ceo. Era shoot. this is in conversation was shop if plus this episode is brought to you by shell. College football is best. Enjoyed it home the home that has no rooms. Because it's a stadium of seventy thousand screaming fans wherever you are. Espn shell can take your phantom further with savings up to fifteen cents per gallon for fuel rewards members at shell welcome home football fans terms and conditions apply see fuelrewards dot com slash. Fuel your fan for details. Shell is an official sponsor of espn college football. Espn espn logo and espn college. Football are registered trademarks of espn inc. Moving on to tech stories. This week i up in tech news. Red has announced a new camera. The brand new v raptor which is an interesting game. I like rides names reds news radically wheels off. It's so. I heard the friction wheels off before but i like it. It's just like like. I don't know they're they're just and like the font is just so like beefy in like bolt like. I don't know it's it's all very It's very bro culture. And i can't decide how i feel about it. I've always been like maan. Stroh bud story okay weapon weapon. That was funny. It was oh yeah but they got rid of that really quickly because they were like tired of like. If you've ever tried to take a camera in and out of customs you get pinged on everything yeah. I remember getting stuck in the lima peru airport because the steady can guy and i on a job. We're flying back together and like oh my god trying to get a steady cam through customs like 'cause you know it. It's not recognized like if you don't work in entertainment all the pieces of a steady cam. Don't make a lot of sense. And they assume twelve machine guns. Yeah exactly and just like i do. We missed the flight. We had twenty four hours of travel that day because of the steady guy. Who's a really nice guy. Don't fault for it but like it's a big deal so like naming something weapon and then trying to get it through customs all over the world for the rest of time like that was just. Do you embiid dumb. But the v. Raptor really interesting update from read for a bunch of reasons. So it's an eight k. vis division size sensor. which if you remember the on throw also in caves divisions i center and as far as we can tell right now. It's the same sensor which i love that red. Did that. And i'm gonna talk a bit about why i love that red. Did that before we get to that. Though it's a brand new body so the red body something called the dsm. See the digital stills motion kimber. This is the for third revision so it's dsm c. Three you know read cameras are popular for the very small body size like if you have accessories on it. It's a great camera for kimball A great for action. It's the reason why they used on the suicide squad for some reason people on the internet like to say red cameras. Don't look good which baffles me. Because like the suicide while looked great john would get like i don't understand why like the internet yourself to be the only good looking cameras alexa and i'm like no you can also actually make great alexis.

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"labor day" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

07:52 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"That is pretty smart. Get six three months of instant inc when you choose. Hp plus conditions apply visit. Hp dot com slash. Smart for details all right. Let's move onto good deal bad deal so good you bad deal is a newer segment are thing. We're talking about deals. We're gonna talk about a deal today. That i think is universally a bad deal but often gets sold as a good deal and i just wanted to talk about some examples from our lives with a couple of goodwin's so we're recording this on labor day and be clear. Is it not a deal. Anyone above us offered the three of us like on an email thread figured out a time that works for all of us. I believe we are all happy to be here if you're mad about being here on labor day this'll be a good time to hash out in public. I'm low key kinda kinda pissed about it so just canceling this morning. Jacob jacob good but in my career in film i have been offered many many many opportunities to work on holidays. It is always been sold to me as either a this has to happen for whatever reason involving client delivery schedules or whatever or be. This is an opportunity where you're getting this opportunity on the job. That's like two or three steps up higher on the ladder than you would normally get because the bigger people are obviously taking their holiday. And i just wanna flat out say i did it a bunch universally like after the bigger people two or three steps applauders from came back from holiday they ended up keeping an overturned anybody into a new client that i did year round work with by working on holidays like they would hire me on the holiday and then they'd go back to working with the normal people they would holidays. Were avail don. And so i think it is universally bad. Deal to work on holidays now. There's like these borderline exceptions. Which is there is in la. There's this event called coachella which half la literally silverlake was ghost town every year during coachella and i would always be work during i couldn't care less and that's technically like we're not a holiday because all the people who did what i did were probably ca jello so i was available and they weren't and i n in synagogue. Where the same thing. I missed a lot of any business in a aguirre's because like all the other ds l. b. or gear and if somebody needed something shot i can book like three or four steps above my level but like you know there were if you work in commercials. You're gonna end up getting a lot of holiday work because of the super bowl and even if it's not a super bowl spot because all the other companies are working on super bowl spots. They're passing on jobs. Then you're in the running for and like for like five or six years of my life. Christmas new year's eve by default i was in the office. There was one time. I was even the office christmas morning until noon. And i think it's always a bad deal off. There was one year on new years. I was in the office with two clients or a married couple. Who couldn't agree on anything and like we were there until like nine thirty at night. And finally i was like i gotta go because i wanted to go to a new year's eve new years. Yeah i know and and like they were like oh my god. Yeah i can totally understand. It must be really rough when you have a difficult client. And i was like you are a married couple. Who fought for the last eight hours. You are a difficult client like. I'm just trying to work with you. And then another year. Everybody in the office. Ten of us worked through the holidays. I'm not going to say the name of the pop star but it was for a pop star. Who like the monday after new year's was apparently expecting to see the video and so we like worked. Everyone was the office christmas eve. Everyone was the office new year's eve like new year's day we were in the office by like one or two in the afternoon like accounting for party recovery. We senate it through. I think it was january fourth. That was the monday after new years. And then we didn't hear any notes flacco week and then finally like january eleventh. We checked in and they were like oh actually. She decided to holiday on this caribbean island. Where there's no internet so she hasn't seen it yet magazine. It's such a common thing. Noel told us and it was so infuriating. Biggest pet peeve is when you're like really stretching yourself to finish something and you send it over and it didn't matter and that happens so much like that happens to me like once a month. I feel like we're it's like i i'll i'll just completely sacrifice myself to the altar of whatever project. It is an like you know the next day with bags under my eyes. I'm like what did they think. would they like the. Did they like what i what i made in. They're like oh they're actually out today. And i'm just like birdie white-hot rage like oh my gosh. I hate that so much. I have a lot thoughts on all of this because for me the thing that of comes to my mind about it is sorta kinda what you just said like the whole working on holiday thing for me one thing in like i just always feel like whatever you're working on in this industry for whoever your client is it's the most important thing in the world like it's like there's never like a low key. It's like no. This is their big priority on every level so it has to get done the way i wanted to get done or whatever and you work on holiday and almost every single time it just ends up not really mattering that you did that like. It's just kinda like. I could just done that tomorrow. I mean it would have been the same thing and it's like this feeling of i. I don't know if you guys ever have this feeling like like how. I wish i had like a normal job. Like i wish i could just be like an accountant or something and just have holidays and like go fishing when i feel like like beer person and not be you know not watched from afar as my wife and daughter gets to go to the park and have fun. I'm like stuck editing. Some dumb edit. And it doesn't matter and i could have just waited until tomorrow like i'm i'm just yeah. I think a lot of this is very fresh on my mind right now. 'cause these are a lot of things that i'm like currently in the throes of like reprioritizing things like making sure that i don't end up working on holidays unless it's recording a podcast for a little bit but yeah i don't know it's it's a there's a lot of. There's a lot of things that i think. I don't know when when you work on holidays. I feel like to that client. Then you become the person who works on holidays it's like. Do you really want that to be your brand. Because like i think there's some sort of intrinsic value and perceived value to being the person who goes no. I don't work on holidays. I feel like there's like a certain like ooh. That person might be a bad ask. They're like making demands like i. I don't know that's kind of where i'm at. I'm actually so i work. You know as i mentioned before on this podcast. I work a fulltime job. I worked for an ad agency. So all of these issues are a part of our everyday. And i guess on the one hand. I had this sort of like soul full-time position where i can technically take holiday at any time but even in this fulltime job. I'm still struggling to learn to take holidays and still struggling to like put up those boundaries because every day is a sprint. We're always dealing with clients. Who wants deaf now. Then so i am constantly like well. Can i take two weeks often or can. I even take like two days off in this month. I don't feel like i can. I'm just going to save it until the end of the year. And i'm actually personally now reaching a point where i'm almost. I'm like almost burnt out. I had to take thursday and friday off last week. Just to chill out. Because i was young. God you did that. Come at my job but and so yeah both with working on actual federal holidays and like respecting your own holidays. It's like 'bout knowing in advance. I think this is something that comes. With more time spent in the industry and more maturity in general it really does feel like it takes a long time to develop the skill. Dang like yeah labor day weekend. I am not working Like george george.

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"labor day" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

07:29 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"All right. So our top story this week shanxi opened with the second biggest opening of the pandemic. And there's a bunch of things in here that irrelevant to filmmakers. I off second. Biggest is not usually that big news. But the biggest was black widow and black widow is scarborough who's been a celebrity forever and the black widows been part of the vendors thing and there's a lot of prebuilt marketing building on that shanxi is in newark character in the marvel universe. I mean been in the comics for a long time but newer in terms of getting more prominent placement. So there's not as much of a built in obviously marveling disney help but it's a newer star to try and build it taking the second biggest box office of the pandemic is huge news. It's also apparently labor days a week movie weekend. It's the biggest labor day weekend of all time. At seventy six million and the runner up was two thousand. Seven halloween at twenty. six million. I know doesn't seem like. I mean his box office as teenagers and teenagers are all labor day weekend getting ready to go back to school or something. I don't know all families are on vacation and at the beach. Yeah it's like the last the last weekend before everything gets cold again. I guess it feels like i don't know that's interesting. Though i i would have assumed i mean i feel like i'm always at the theater on labor day weekend. I feel like people are traveling. Other people are traveling and therefore do not wanna see movies because they're out seeing the world. Yeah i mean. I think there is a lot of travel on liberty weekend which is a great thing. You struggling labor day weekend. I never really traveling labor day weekend because there's a professor it's usually mushrooms either started or it's last minute prep for the semester so i will often see movie only Halloween in two thousand seven before talking about the relevant stuff here. I just want out that. When i google that i got three headlines. The guardian had a headline about how representation in chengchi in the legend of the ten rings made up for all the flaws in milan and then cnbc just had a very simple one about how shanxi hit a record number and then fox news. Shang g made this major nascar mistake. Which is almost like a cliche of like fox news headlines trying to pander to nascar and feel like if you wrote that it would be it would be like kinda hacky. This was a thirty rock joke. People like the first option but like let's let's placeholder for a better joke later. I do not even remember there being race cars in the movie. So there's no risk in the movie at one point the star she molly lou and aquafina get in a car when they're valet drivers and aquafina says jeff. Gordon is the winningest driver in nascar history. And actually he's the third winningest. The winning is richard petty and add. That makes us a petty headline boom. Yeah not a major mistake when someone makes a joke it also seems in character for the type of character. I haven't seen the film yet. But the types of characters were you cast aquafina. Her knowledge of nascar trivia might not be the most accurate. And i think ari like i do not expect every character in every movie to be like a pet aunt. Who's memorized wikipedia. You can be wrong. A character can be wrong about who's the willingness driver in nascar without the movie being wrong. And that's certainly not the headline. I just love the thought of someone. Like in the middle of the movie being like ho boy. I'm gonna ride an article about that later. It's just the fox news writer whose movie reviewing you're actively watching looking for things to pick at inflame cultural culture war bullshit. The interesting thing here about this movie from filmmakers perspective is black. Widow hit eighty million dollars back in july but was a simultaneous date release. They were in the feeder on disney plus same day. But there's this ongoing debate which many people have an opinion about soderbergh and presence of warner brothers and in many people about whether or not it is important to preserve what we call the theatrical window like having it in the theaters before it's at home to try and drive people who are excited to see it into theater. This movie shanxi did that. It is theater only at the moment. You cannot see it on disney plus yet and some people are saying that probably drove a higher box office number and honestly. I have to say a filmmaker. That's great. I want studios that wanna release movies in theaters. I because like if the studios motivation is more money. Whatever as long as it's getting movies in theaters where. I liked seeing movies. That's awesome use over the weekend gifts. Yeah did i didn't love it. Which i'm so sad about. Everyone else loves it. I obviously being chinese american and really into the asian american teams love all the actors. I thought the performances fantastic. There's a lot to like about the movie where i had. An issue is like the plot. Line was so circuitous very just sort of a weighted down. I mean we talked about this with superhero movies all the time. They're trying to do so many things. It's really hard to get it. All right but ultimately i just felt like why are we here wait. Why are they going over there. Why do they need to do this. What are these characters actually feeling. They're all making decisions. That aren't really motivated by genuine interest. They're motivated by plot just like major. What i thought it to be writing. Flaws i would love to like figure out how the sausage gets made in terms of like the script for these superhero movies because they just so many of them ended up being had a disappointing. They feel like they like just got noted to death and it kind of stole whatever essence might have been powerful about it. I haven't seen the movie yet. So i'm just trying to. Yeah i there's an answer. I didn't mean to cut you off but like there lots of great things about it and then there's a couple of moments where it feels like. They're trying to sort of like pandered to the asian american audiences like this family for the dad has lived for over a thousand years and they have this like really cool sort of time. Ageless compound they live in as a family at one point. There's a scene where they're playing dance. Dance revolution in a living room. And i'm like. I don't know where i am right now. Like a super confuse. So you're telling me in a thousand years of life you wouldn't at least try. Ddr to see it helped alleviate some weekend boredom i love. I am a huge fan of ddr. I used to play. Ddr every day. When i was in middle school and high school but like this family in sharing tea like it is part of a flashback. Where they're reminiscing on like the good times that they had when the kids were young and one of them is like them playing. Ddr like this feels like someone told them to put this in the movie and it makes no sense. Yeah i mean feeling like you're being pandered to in any way as always disappointing because you're like would like you to treat me like an equal respectful. I mean no one. Actually i take. Everyone panders to be racially as a white dude like. It's all racial pandering but like specifically like that kind of thing but like other things like that fan service. Oh you're just like an doesn't actually make coherent sense within the world you're building. You're doing things but like it really begs the question of how much a filmmakers post.

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"labor day" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"And i pretty much made you be better therapists for probably the rest of that night Incessantly for five hours straight and then the next day but it really helped me to know that she was there. It's very helpful to know. And i will definitely. I have to say this thing of texting. The almost texting or almost reaching out is actually a therapy in and of itself. Because when you don't go through with it you're like all right. Yeah i can deal. I can deal i mean and you also forces you to sort of think what they will say. Of course. he's going to say. I know what he's going to say. And now your therapist yourself exactly so you know. I mean even our last session. He made a comment. He was like you know he was like. You've paid me so much money. And i know that you know what i'm going to tell you and blah blah and i was like. Oh well then. I guess i'm cured and we're done but i'm not and we are not so that it doesn't cost as much money as regular fucking no. It doesn't whatever it's called the l. people to therapy exactly and so much easier than all that too. I remember we did group therapy. And i had to then go to all this paperwork to try to get reimbursed and i was like what know fulltime job and to get this partially reimbursed. It harshly like fuck that i knew then. I was like the minute that we heard about better. Oh my god. Thank god. Because i do not want to deal with insurance like shit adult so annoying and we do not have to deal with that with better health. They have a billion different therapists. You can choose from. You can vet them yourself. It's so easy any any issue any trauma any problem anything at all even if you just wanna talk. They're there for you. It is a great service with very good people and we highly recommend them. And if you want to give them a try just go to better help. That's b. e. r. h. e. l. p. better help dot com slash dumb gay. And you are going to get ten percent off your first month. That's better help dot com slash dumb gay to get ten percent off..

"labor day" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

04:48 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"Pool filled with sharks while she nonchalantly enjoys a club sandwich and watches them. What is the president support abortion where his own cattle teachers. Abortion is morally. He believes that it's a woman's right. It's a woman's body and it's her choice. Who believe that. He believes that her mother woman to make those decisions and up to a woman to make those decisions with doctor. I know you've never faced those choices. Have you ever been pregnant for women out there. Who faced those choices. This is an incredibly difficult thing. President believes their rights should be respected. Go ahead. I think we gotta move on. I think we have to move on. You've had plenty of time today. Go ahead you have plenty of time. He honestly had twenty six. He had a a fraction of what everyone else had. And she talking annihilates them and of course he's not listening took the liberty of perusing through oh and jensen's twitter feed and i was shocked but i didn't see anything in there about the catholic church being a literal sex ring that has aided and abetted no rapist pedophile sex offenders for i don't know what the last two hundred years more i mean. It's one thing to still be catholic. After all that happened. And i i do know a lot of people who are still catholic. And they're all pro-life too but i do have to put my foot down on the matter of catholics. Judging having the privilege to judge other catholics when the church is basically a paradise for pedophilia go find one of those guys. And give them your purity test douchebag. Yeah okay so we just talked about every. Play on our patriotic podcast. Because you were telling a story about we just did your acting secret project acting and there was wouldn't wardrobe dressed you you're having this thing with the belts. Yes and i had to remind you about how you said the everyplace apron that we got when we first started getting our every plate meals delivered. You said it didn't fit around. You and i was like that's how aprons are supposed to fit their robes. They don't completely cover you. Yeah but i know that the sides should go around your sides it will. It did go around your dial go. I had to take it this. This strings stops at the front. I mean it just is what it is. It doesn't the string a normal person when you see them with the apron it goes around it. It's like they're in a syrupy in a way not me not me it stops then you see strings right in the front. Well i bet the apron would fit now because we are currently on our regime in terms of We've been working out whenever we wanna get control of ourselves. It's really. it's especially helpful when we were still drinking. Yeah because what you don't want to do is drink a lot. I need a lot right. So when you're on a thing of like you know what i'm gonna. I'm gonna drinking mood every day than you want to try and eat a little more healthy and with every play you can do it. If you guys haven't tried a meal delivery service. We say go with frequent every plate. It is the most affordable one out there yet by far. Which is why we do it. It's like you don't want to break the bank. And by the way. I also hate going to the grocery store because i'm going to now buy like a whole head of parsley to do whatever fucking recipe and comes perfectly portioned out. That's what's so great about it and each plate generally takes like they're under thirty minutes they're super easy and you get things like i love bowl moment so there's like a saucy soya mushroom pepper bowl or you know what i mean. Like all those bowls. They're doing a creamy mushroom soup. This month excited about and you know. Normally we just cream mushroom soup for like the like to dip with sour cream. And you know you make more of thing a casserole out of it. But this is. I'm going to do that with the actual soup. It sounds great. Yeah i mean. I want creamy mushroom soup. I love when every play soup like love. Because i'm major soup queen or your you guys try replay. Honestly it's the fall. We're trying to get snuggles. Polls cook food even though it's still a hundred and ten degrees here and we're all trying to get i mean i'm like i am like lurking on pumpkin spice. I don't really want the fall to come with. Follows like my most melancholy. However i'm wanting cooked food lately and that's and whenever. I'm like what what i need. Is some hot food a lot talking food. Yeah and i wanted on every plate exactly and you guys should try it..

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"labor day" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

04:43 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"Reproductive rights after this and noted that president violence seems reluctant to use the word the specific word abortion although he did use it in his statement today mr yesterday. Can you explain this seeming reluctance to use that word and was it a deliberate messaging shattered your choice to use it this week. In relation to the i swear to god ebony mcmorris is behind her just her roll her eyes so where. I'm gonna show you. I just saw polarizing my genius. I have to say as strongly supports women's rights myself. Who spent time working with groups like planned parenthood amazing groups like that that i think the most important Value people should look at is what the president's fights for and i don't think i'm gonna have any other assessment beyond that. I have an assessment. I haven't assessment. Which is i'm going to have to give her the benefit of the doubt on this one and say that her boss made her asked this question as she's reading the question. The president has been reluctant to use the word abortion even though he uses it the last two times a weeks everyone of interest. But i'm sorry. Jen i'm sorry please. Please let me come back commute. Please let me come. Not a bugger. That but it's so easy. Because it's just like ashley say he doesn't wanna use the word abortion because the word abortion socks because it's awful it makes everybody feel bad even the people who have whether you've had one whether you have to have one or even imagining someone having gone it's it's not something fun it's not taking a vacation it's getting finger and having orgasms. It's getting an abortion and even on the podcast. I literally on our patriot. I was like maybe it needs a different name because it sounds like what it is right. And what was the name. We came up with a male fee pap up i gotta go. Get a pap gonna pass. So how's your pap in palm. I- know i made the right decision because now my life will be will be. Okay yeah and you know. My friend had have a fee pap. When she was the she was at that hospital. That there were against fee. Paps but Because she almost died they were forced to give her the fee pap no they wouldn't she had. I heard she had to go to a different hospital. She went to a different to drive through the through the night. Oh that's right dr right. And she almost lost her life sitting in the fucking front-seat of the car trying to get trying to find somewhere that would do if he pat. It's just so much easier it's easier. It's were our logic was there was like a fetal pap smear. Yeah basically so. It could be adopted as thing i don't see why not. I mean eh. talk about changing the narrative taking control of it the fucking conservative pro-life movement or whatever the fuck not going to get into it now because i'm going to go real hard but we can start changing the words and making any words we want and if we start changing them and we were were to start changing the narrative of even what what it entails. All every single part of it could be changed. We we do that all the time. We did it with elite illegal alien. Got 'cause like change it. It's too harsh. It doesn't represent it got a bad connotation yet because when we talk about abortion it's always in defense it's never on the offense it's always indefens- people don't just you know what i mean you're talking about it in a way of like no but it's we women in their rights and you're never just like ahead of it you're always behind it. It's never talked about in terms of just being a basic medical procedure. Yeah you know. And i'm sorry. But when it's a fee pap it really is just a basic medical procedure. Stop sounding like a violet thing right just does it's just going into quickly. Get a fee pop right and last but not least before we get to your wonderful judge jewelry. We could not absolutely not do the podcast this week without sharing the beautiful legendary moment when jen psaki verbally annihilated a reporter from the catholic news network. The motherfucker does everything but called. Joe biden a hypocrite. And though you guys won't be able to see it. I need you to know that this look comes over. Jen psaki like like. She knows how badly this will hurt. Jobs feelings and she. She's just clearly like really protective of him and loves him and she basically looks like she wants to take this reporter and thrown into an indoor swimming pool filled with sharks while she nonchalantly enjoys a club sandwich and watches them. What is the president support abortion where his own cattle teachers. Abortion is morally. He believes that it's a woman's right. It's a woman's body and it's her choice..

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"labor day" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"And continuing to do everything we can to get our afghan partners in american citizens out and to get afghans who have fought by our side Safely settled in the united states in third countries around the world. Go ahead jerry. Assumption assumption shared. It's still going but like but wait. Wait but like hold on so lake the assumption who made that. I just don't understand like who's to blame for the assumption and assuming that you would make an assumption like who would assume that who did that. Anyone assessed that they would collapse as quickly as they did. Anyone in this room. Anyone in the region. Anyone anywhere in the world if i did. I'd be surprised. Go if you have anyone who did. I'd be surprised. okay shannon. Go back into the wild west quebec instead of salud. Go through the saloon doors. We'll try to find somebody pouring foamy beer into a mug behind guys. I'm back just. I need to find out who do who assumed any assumed. Okay barkeep okay so now. Here's patsy would aqua sarah from voice of america news which i've never heard of but must be the paper of reference in fantasy land because the bench asked the question. That only in extreme idealist or an extreme moron would ask and i'd say the two go hand in hand more often than not if you really think about it. The exception is usually young people who can be moronic lee idealistic but then grow out of it as they mature. Now the jury is still out on patsy. She's been in the news business for over twenty years and she used to work at pbs. I think before. She went to voice of the american unicorn time. Her question starts off strong showing what seems to be a firm grip on reality but then it goes off the rails. Badly so jen. Psaki has throw some hot sake. Writer face I wanna follow up on my crushed yesterday about deserving afghans who did not get to. I think many people would understand that in the fall of.

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"labor day" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

06:09 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"Dot com by the way full circle if it wasn't julie domain name now sarah bright decker. Who was sarah. Why bright formerly now. She started decker. We used to have another sara decker and pains my heart to no end that her and her uncle. Brad uncle brad and every listened but we just love uncle brown. Yeah because they fucking did whip. It's at a grateful dead concert and we have picture of uncle brad. We'll never take sarah deckers picture down. She bounce and come back as many times as she won't always and look sh one sara decker leaves and we get another sir decker right because we'll always only have fourteen listeners. No matter what no matter what. There's nothing we can do. But we are gonna have a new digi p baby we are pregnant pregnant yes pregnant oh and were pregnant with a taco bell gift card. Oh my god i just drove by taco bell the other day and i thought i'm gonna get some taco bell but i didn't sarah why bright but now decker is always r. taco bell patriots eight. I mean the bitch has given us every. Single fucking hunch. We've have has been through because of her haven't had a single thing from taco bell that she has not paid for. Since twenty-seven you're right. I mean raising. It's amazing we should get. I mean i don't know how we can do it. But i think we should go to taco bell headquarters. I think we should get you know when they put a picture up of employee of the month or whatever like we should do. Taco bell patron saint. She should get her picture up. Oh yeah you know what. I mean we can make that. Let's make that so. She wrote a letter and she says. Hey we've almost made it through forever. Twenty one at the beginning of the year. I sent you a card and told you that my goal for this year was to start a family. It's been a shit show to say the least. I'm thirty eight years old so according to all medical journals and doctors i would be what is known as a geriatric mother that is so fucked fucked auto fucked up. Fuck that right. What what piece of shit man came up with that anyway. Getting pregnant turned out to be a lot harder than i had anticipated. After getting blood drawn several times it was determined that i was just not going to be able to get pregnant on my own. I had two doctors. Tell me that it'd be a cold day in hell before i would be able to conceive. Naturally i mean i'm paraphrasing. But that was basically. The i had three eggs left two of them had dementia and the third one failing kidney and heart disease. It was devastating. I was put on thirty plus vitamins a day and was scheduled to meet with a fertility specialist. It was gonna cost us. Tens of thousands of dollars and i'd have to inject myself with all sorts of medicines and hormones to be able to get pregnant. Did i really wanna put my body through that after going through a brain tumor removal. Fuck no friends. I don't know how it happened or why it happened. But apparently had a fourth healthy egg hiding behind the sick ones. I am now twelve weeks pregnant with a healthy baby. The heartbeat is strong. We didn't end up needing any treatment whatsoever. I'm saying meza. Now that's a miracle. I'm so happy to report that you too will be. I'm so happy to report the utility parents yet again to a new digi p baby in march twenty twenty two. I wanted to thank you for keeping me company and providing me with laughter comfort while hugging the toilet bowl. The last couple of weeks listening to you to discuss julie's recovery from surgery and dissecting how jeopardy works has gotten me through the first trimester. I just adore you guys. Most people play mozart for their unborn. Babies not me. it's all julian brandy all day long. That baby's gonna come out and just like what. The tax cuts take this gift card and raise a bean burrito to the newest addition to the family. And save it for me. Because i legitimately cannot eat any of that right now. And it's such a fucking bummer. And drink all the champagne all of it and as usual brandy. You're right if i have a baby girl. She will definitely be named after echo. How could i not honor her. That way much love and appreciation for all that you continue to do for us your friend sarah white bread decker. Ps feel free to share this on the podcast. The pregnancy is not a secret as a monday august. Thirtieth congratulates. you yes out of that first trimester. We made it now. I will say we do have their sarah. Why bright with echo will always have that picture. We have an updated picture of user as well But we will never take echo down. I want to say if you are having been here since the beginning Because we've had that picture of sarah Echo a longtime echo died that sarah's best friend so she's no longer here and apparently in my my just never ending deep wisdom. Yes it was like you have to name. But i'm here to amend that and say. I'm not mad at for a boy if you were like pink. That'd be something that pink and carey hart would name there they would. It is cross all barriers and gender identity does echo so cute for his cue fermoy and it would be. I know probably feels weird because her best friend of this girl but so what's yeah echoes. Great for boy. Listen an all the movies where they come back where the soul comes back and it doesn't have to be the same gender. You know what i mean. Yeah that's the ca- that'll be when this movie's made it'll be that echoes. Coming back it's coming back into the baby and the baby's is going to and then there's going to be all thing and then the has to like somebody has to set something right and then like something will happen. Yeah so so so so happy for you. That is such great news. Just the fertility journey can be fucking. I'm sure just a a nightmare over feeling like a failure on every level like not just in your own body and now you feel like a failure because you don't have the money and just all of it it just and so it's just so so so great. We couldn't be happier to have a to have a new baby hopes by now. Just so that. I can say that i plan this. Okay okay now interrupt. Our regularly scheduled. Joe joe and kiki because we need some hot sake for lunch.

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"labor day" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

06:09 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"And i'm brandy and this is the podcast where we talk about the week in politics like we're talking about reality. Tv happy labor day mammal happy labor day. The hangover is real. All i can say is we woke up with an unopened popcorn in the microwave. And i drink too full cokes raise. Yes which is definitely even Hangovers that i've been around you for. You don't generally due to coax. I don't ever i wasn't one Right yeah i mean. It was labor labor day so laboriously drink. Yeah if i had had access to a big goal the whole entire thing that have been would have been done down the gullet right but we had a wonderful time on labor day we had martinis. Yes and that was so delightful. Oh i love a classy martini. As do you a dirty martini. We didn't we could have gone to leah's pool and had civilized cocktails as many but we said was. Let's not go. We have to stay and work and still the podcast is late. Yes that is correct. We can still. We can get fucked up anywhere you know we don't need to. We don't have to go to pool to make the podcast link. That's true that's true. Oh gee og listener. Anthony six six. We've been we've been loving anthony. Four years he does the patriots on He never had his picture on the drug den bulletin board and he has finally sent his picture. Well we've never even known anthony's last name. Ooh vinnie but it still holds true that on our drug Bulletin board is just our fourteen listeners and updated pictures of a fourteen listeners because we did know that anthony six six one of our fourteen listeners. Yeah so it's not like we've learned a new listener here right. That's true true but we now know what he looks like which is great and we know his last name and we know his last name. 'cause i would've just thought his last name was six six. That would the last name. Anthony a guard right. Yep is that how you'd set a guard. I would say he said thanks for all the left's much-needed during kobe. I'm a lazy bomb. And i'm finally sending my pick for the drug den. A boxer trinkets is on its way. Soon anthony guard aka anthony six six. Well anthony followed the rule and he did not send a gift up in here without first having his picture. That is the rule all we really really care about. Are the picture because pictures we want to know. What the whole point of having pictures on our drug dim bulletin board was so that when we did live shows we would know who people are and then we stopped doing live shows because the covet because kobe. Well maybe we're going to have a resurgence of a live show. Maybe your baby. Maybe we might be doing a live show in november in atlanta so paging paging. Ken hood yes we. We tried to procure the linea lounge. So any of these fucking copycat deok out there. Try and do a live podcast. Delineate lounge best believe that was our idea but of course we can't even get anyone on the phone. No one lima back now callback. nobody cares. Also certainly no. And i don't know if i had anything to do with you know knees husband dying and that's whole sad thing but i mean i'm not i'm assuming not like the same booker you know what i mean. I don't think means when you call right. So if anyone greg greg greg died right. That's that's terrible that's terrible. We loved honk the horn rag. Greg backing up back. Honk the horn. Oh yeah i think. Maybe i don't know if they were they were close still but because we stopped watching arena but and she stopped being on it but and we stand with me in the bravo boy but we wanted to have the live podcast of the theo lounge but also nor should we get a callback back. They're like you're up fourteen listeners. and lead media lounges. Too big hood. We need space to do. If we're going to do the live show. We will be in atlanta and november. So we thought let's have. Let's let's do it. Let's rocket we can do it. And that means we also need a drag queen yes to do to perform sweet transvestite at the end of the show like anyone who does any type of music. You can sing our opening song at the beginning. We have had someone sing with their guitar. The opening song. We've had a cappella we've had all kinds ourselves. We did it ourselves. We had greer the amazing amazing so so we need to. We need someone that you can make it your own. And we don't care you can do spoken word. Yup and then we also need anyone to do a gay guys in their feelings. We have always have a live gay guys in their feeling stage and we need a guest and we need a space so get on that can carry sap. Yeah we need all the atlanta hands on deck desk so if it comes together it comes together if not then we try. And you know what julie laying who is. I mean julie. Lang is like the guardian angel of this podcast julie langston book from. I guess her best friend came out late life and he was married to a woman and then he came out late in life and now he's married to just a man wow and The guy that he married wrote a book called leather and lace a gay man lost love and a road trip with his dead sister so her best friends aim is chris and then he married this guy matt base so julie..

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A Summer of Delta: The COVID-19 Pandemic in the US

The Daily

01:59 min | 9 months ago

A Summer of Delta: The COVID-19 Pandemic in the US

"But we are talking to you right. After the labor day holiday in the us which traditionally marks the end of the summer and this summer was supposed to be the summer of liberation from cove in the summer of freedom from the pandemic as president biden called it. It doesn't seem that that's what it's become. So let's talk about what this summer was in theory going to look like what it might have looked like and what it turned out to be. Well let's begin by talking about what it could have been. The summer could have continued to be the summer of liberation. We could have continued to see rising vaccination rates and a variant that responded beautifully to the vaccines and continued on this lovely path toward being free of the pandemic. instead while we've had is a summer of delta and i think delta more than anything else has really shown us that this virus cannot be underestimated. It's a lesson renew already. But i think delta has delivered it with a really tough punch and shown us that we are really far from being done with this virus. So let's talk through the data from this summer. The infection rates the hospitalization rates the death rates and. We're those ended now that the summer's over at how they contrast with what we would have expected when the summer began. You know when you wanna see what you think the country is going to do. What some of. The experts that i talked to do is look at florida. Florida has been this this bellwether throughout the pandemic and so some experts that i talked to were saying as far back as january. That florida was going to have a wave in the summer. What i think they didn't expect and what ended up being the story. All over the country is how high those numbers went at one point this summer. Florida common for one in five cases throughout the country. The numbers just kept going

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Dr. Cassandra Pierre on COVID-19 in Massachusetts

Radio Boston

01:54 min | 9 months ago

Dr. Cassandra Pierre on COVID-19 in Massachusetts

"With us. Today dr cassandra. Peer returns dr piers acting hospital epidemiologist and an infectious diseases physician at boston. Medical center welcome back. Dr pierre great to be here and we have a new addition to ask the docs this week. Dr eileen costello. The chief of ambulatory pediatrics. Also at boston medical center dr castillo. Nice to have you join us. Welcome to ask the doctors my pleasure being here all right so dr pierre. I'm going to start with you. We are seeing we. We've got this these competing data points. Okay we're seeing an increase in cases in massachusetts roughly seventeen percent more cases in the state last week over the week before according to the state's department of public health at the same time the commonwealth is still ranked forty fourth among us states where corona virus is spreading the fastest. So most states have it worse than we do right now weighing those two kind of data points. How concerned are you about delta right now in massachusetts. Well i think he really to let go of the concern You know we're in a point whereas you've been mentioning. Schools are reopening. Some businesses are reopening as well and many have been incredibly thoughtful about the plans for reopening in terms of distancing and vaccine recommendations and masks But you know as we come back from labor day weekend. There's always the concern of having an intensifying number of cases that is spread within those work school and then social networks The nice thing. Well the thing that we have to fall back on as are higher relative relatively higher vaccination rates so our hope is that we will not see an increase as high as we did last fall and winter however there is some evidence that there probably will be a continued increase in november of cases that we see.

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Labor Day Weekend Featured the Chant 'F--- Joe Biden'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:47 min | 9 months ago

Labor Day Weekend Featured the Chant 'F--- Joe Biden'

"Why was it a good weekend? Not just because I saw all these anti Joe Biden flags and people are starting to wake up, but It's starting to happen all over the country. Here was the anthem of the weekend. Uh, thank you to producer Jim, by the way for the heavy editing in this, um this chant broke out in the weekend all over America and has been happening a whole lot lately. That's an interesting chant. There are a lot of beeps in it, but, uh, Jim, why don't you just go ahead and play Cup one Joe Biden was the Adam this weekend. Joe Joe Barden. Nobody Nobody. A writer. I love it. God bless Texas. Mm hmm. For all the kids that I don't condone that kind of language. That's horrible language. Jim Wright growing up in Queens. We never use that word ever. Mike you either, right? We never used that word in New York ever. I condemn that harsh language. Condemn it. So dare you. Don't you use that language? No, seriously. It's bad language. Don't use that loud and growing up in New York. We never use that liars. But, yeah, chance broke out across the country. The anthem of the weekend was Joe Biden. You can figure out what the

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Facebook Misinformation Posts Get Six Times More Engagement Than Genuine News

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 9 months ago

Facebook Misinformation Posts Get Six Times More Engagement Than Genuine News

"Article came out this weekend. Friday night was long ran a lot going on this weekend before the labor day holiday was really tired. So i'm out trying to enjoy some black in salmon. One of my favorite things to eat went my wife and my daughter talk and i'm good time couple. People came over to say hello and this article someone sends it to me. Goes look this zero to washington post. The zeros nasal lisbeth d-wash. Watkin dwoskin out. I don't care but she this article. The washington post missing for the washington post talking about misinformation is one of the most intentionally. I think they have to be joking. Like this has to be a pitch at the washington post writing about misinformation. So this is the dwoskin whoa shkin. She says misinformation on facebook six times more clicks than factual news during the twenty twenty election. Study says right-leaning pages also produce more misinformation the forthcoming study fat notice. She cites no examples in this piece of misinformation whatsoever because elizabeth too stupid to do journalism. So we did the journalism for her. But here's the piece of. She mentioned me. This is classic. Dogmatic study about right wing for the washington post which is hilarious. She cites news guard guard. She doesn't even do the homework herself. She says no they set it. It was like she does the beavis and butthead other kids. She doesn't do any research herself. She says he's groups have categorized thousands of facebook. Facebook publishes by their political leanings and by their propensity to share trustworthy. Or untrustworthy news. It's all areas. The team then took two thousand five hundred fifty one of these pages compared the interactions on posts on pages to publishers known for misinformation such a left-leaning occupied democrats and the right-leaning dan bongino when breitbart

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Frank Schwindel Singlehandedly Changing Cubs’ Definition of ‘Tank’

GSMC Baseball Podcast

01:12 min | 9 months ago

Frank Schwindel Singlehandedly Changing Cubs’ Definition of ‘Tank’

"The chicago cubs twenty games out of first place. What are they playing for here. Well they got. They got to find pieces for next year. I mean frank. Swindell has been very good. He's been a better hitter than anthony. Rizzo was during his diamond chicago and that's going to ruffle some feathers now. Of course the sample size in the timeframe are not the same but frank swindell show and then he shows up and he belongs in the big lakes right. I they gotta get a few more of these guys. You traded for a ton of kids at the deadline. You traded kris bryant. Your traded anthony. Rizzo get traded kimbrel. It traded heavier bias. Who'd you get back for. Let's take a look at them. Let's put them in the show. Let him play. let them get out there ultimately. Yeah they may not be ready. Oh they're not on the forty man roster we don't wanna start their big league time. I understand that from the business side of things from the fan side of things. I absolutely aid it. But ultimately i get it but get some of these kids here let them play and if even they're not the kids from that trade let the aaa guys come up. See who the kids are in front of them and if they can play if not get him out get those kids that aaa so. Let's see ultimately who's going to be around for next

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Labor Day Could Exacerbate COVID Surge With Millions Still Unvaccinated, Experts Warn

NBC Nightly News

01:31 min | 9 months ago

Labor Day Could Exacerbate COVID Surge With Millions Still Unvaccinated, Experts Warn

"And on this labor day health officials are concerned that the millions of americans travelling and gathering in crowds to mark the unofficial of summer could cause another kovic search. Just as a new school year begins more on that now from guatemala negus tonight. Millions of americans are flocking to vacation hot spots this holiday weekend. Despite a cdc warning the unvaccinated should stay close to home. People aren't vaccinated. They travel the tsa reporting five point. Three million passengers crossing airport security since friday. More than double the number seen at this point during labor day weekend last year. I'm going to disneyworld. Cova numbers in florida scare me. But i'm vaccinated many making their way to stadiums music festivals and beaches across the country yet. The spread of the virus rages on the number of reported cases reaching forty million in the us. Now health experts fear. The holiday weekend could be another super spreader. Justice kids are returning to the classroom. He should especially be cautious about travel if you have children in school or starting school soon because most cases and transmission are likely to happen during travel and those could be cases you carry into the classroom with covert already forcing at least fourteen hundred in-person school closures. Since the beginning of this school year recent data from the american academy of pediatrics indicates more than one in five new cases are in children.

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Biden Marks Labor Day Delivering Sandwiches to Union Members

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

Biden Marks Labor Day Delivering Sandwiches to Union Members

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the president delivers sandwiches to union members on Labor Day president Joe Biden marks Labor Day twenty twenty one really yeah the president delivered deli sandwiches to union members at an event held by the international brotherhood of electrical workers local three thirteen in new castle Delaware the president shook hands and at one point talked into a phone to a union members mother the sooner the better Labor Day marks the end of the three hundred dollar weekly supplemental unemployment benefit checks implemented due to the corona virus pandemic an estimated eight point nine million Americans are losing some or all of the benefits Mike Rossio Washington

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"labor day" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

People, Process, Progress

02:31 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

"People process progress episode. Eighty six. The hard path to labor day did some history. Some research on this was going to do kind of a history focus. What is labor day. come from. I'll let you all do that. there's tons of info but needless to say and hopefully will know it. It came from really horrible. Working conditions too long of ours not access to health care or child labor in factories unsafe conditions and then the labor movement and unions helped fix that not through loss of life both from the police side from civilians and a few different incident so go check it out but what i wanted to do is really say. Thank you right to everyone of every ilk. That's been in this country that has contributed to it. Because i truly believe that's that's it right. I think everyone has contributed in some way shape or form has always been pretty so without further. Do to keep this episode kinda short. I'm gonna just read something that i wrote to all those that have contributed to the early settlers of jamestown who sailed across the sea to the enslaved who were brought. Here unwillingly to those that fought and died to break free from tyranny to those that toiled and debated with the laws of this country should be the settlers that headed west. Not knowing what they'd find to the native peoples who lost so much and so many of their kind to the industrial north at built factories and manufactured goods to the agricultural south that worked. The land cleared the woods to the people that fought to free those who were in bondage across this land to the humans that help new immigrants by offering a helping hand to the inventors industrialists who made their ideas. Come true to the ones who fought so women would have could have the same rights to to the young ones working factories that lost legs arms fingers and toes to those along the way that cleared the land built the railroads to those that created vehicles to move people and goods across the land to all who've won the uniform when it was time to take a stand to those that marched for freedom onto heaven's gate to this melting pot that's often boiled with hostility in to those whose collar is blue and work so very hard with their hands to those ensued who run the companies across the lands to us all who have labored to help build america. I say we have all contributed to this nation and the world in our own way and thank you for the hardship. You endured to let us to labor day. Stay safe everyone. Wash your hands and godspeed..

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Biden Directs Federal Aid to NY, NJ After Deadly Flooding

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Biden Directs Federal Aid to NY, NJ After Deadly Flooding

"President Biden has directed federal aid to New York and New Jersey after deadly flooding president Biden has approved a major disaster declarations greenlighting federal aid for people in six New Jersey counties affected by devastating flooding last week and that was welcome news to New Jersey governor Phil Murphy who spent Labor Day looking at damage in hard hit Lambert fill the spirit of community in this town is extraordinary at least fifty people were killed and six eastern states as a record rainfall last Wednesday overwhelm rivers and sewer systems many point to climate change like New York City mayor bill de Blasio this is what climate change looks like it's going to take a massive investment both to stop the pain that people are feeling but also to reverse what's happening actually after

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"labor day" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:32 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

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"labor day" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:54 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

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"labor day" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:20 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on 1A

"Said in small town. America or robin hood said in merry old england. He sounded vienna. If hollywood has its problems it has also. It's well known solutions. Most scores as everybody knows are written in the late nineteenth century symphonic style a style now so generally accepted as to be considered inevitable but why need movie music be symphonic and why oh why the nineteenth century should the rich harmonies of tchaykovsky franck and strauss be spread over every type of story regardless of time place or treatment copeland's trial run as a film composer preceding. His hollywood was a forty minute documentary. That was shown daily at the nine hundred thirty nine new york world's fair the world of tomorrow. This was the city which was the brainchild of one of the most influential american intellectuals of this time lewis mumford. Mumford was among other things associated and literary critic in the thirties as a leading historian of urban life. He decried cities as unsafe overcrowded unhealthy. He called for the creation of new towns intimate greenbelt communities that integrated work in play. So this was the message of the city which today is considered a classic american documentary and not least for its creative integration of music and the moving image. The city exemplifies copeland's new american sound for the cinema. And it's also coppins best film score and the most important copen score that we don't know. We're about to sample audio excerpts from the city taken not from the original nineteen thirty nine soundtrack but from a-x-i-o-s. Dvd for which the original manorial soundtrack was newly recorded by post. Classical ensemble conducted by akhil. He'll or donuts are recording that allows us to relish copeland's music into ways. The film takes the form of an evangelical political sermon. On the left it begins by depicting new england. Village a kind of worker's paradise in juxtaposition with a suffocating smokey middletown filmed in pittsburgh then comes to city filmed in manhattan and nearly as wretched here is conductor on hell. He'll or donas the only conductor to perform a record this music in full since nineteen thirty nine for me. I don't go plan to score for. The city is not only his fines for film but one of his highest compositional achievements americana at.

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"labor day" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on 1A

"Scheduled for performance but members of congress objected A representative from illinois named fred busby asked can't find music by a non-communist composer for this inauguration. Let's remind ourselves what. The lincoln portrait sounds from us citizens. We cannot escape history. That is what he said at is. What abraham lincoln said we cannot escape his we of this congress and this administration will be remembered in spite of ourselves. No personal significance or insignificance can spare one or another of us. The fiery trials through which we pass with light us down in honor or dishonor through the latest generation Even we hear the power and bear the responsibility for labor day. Were taking a closer look at the work of the american composer..

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Saquon Barkley Close to Being Fully Cleared for Week 1 Showdown With Broncos

Big Blue View

02:05 min | 9 months ago

Saquon Barkley Close to Being Fully Cleared for Week 1 Showdown With Broncos

"Giants fans the big big news on this monday morning. Labor day is report from. Nfl insider ian rapoport that star. Running back saquon. Barkley of the giants appears to be close to being cleared for action on sunday against the broncos barclay of course slightly less than than a year removed from a major knee injury Came off the pup list on august ninth has been slowly increasing his workload going from individual drills to some team drills to apparently taking his first contact on thursday encouraging news for the giants. Obviously that it looks like barkley is on track to to play on sunday. Bit of good news in for a giants offense that that hasn't had a lot of that throughout the throughout the summer. Obviously barclays a huge huge difference maker for the giants giants are expected to monitor barclay throughout the rest of the week. Make a decision later in the week but it sounds like things are trending toward barclay playing on sunday. It'll be interesting if he does play to see what kind of workload he gets. Remember that the giants do have another game just five days later as they play the the washington football team on thursday night actually four days later so two games in two games in the space of of of really four days and then thursday. So it'll be interesting to see how much the giants actually use saquon if he does play on sunday but great news that that He's healthy enough to perhaps To perhaps take the field on sunday and try to help the giants. The giants win a game

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Texas Judge Grants Restraining Order Protecting Some Abortion Clinics

KILF Morning New Podcast

01:55 min | 9 months ago

Texas Judge Grants Restraining Order Protecting Some Abortion Clinics

"The supreme court allowed texas's new abortion law go into effect the the first of september and almost immediately thereafter texas judge issued a temporary restraining order protecting some abortion clinics from private popper property private party. Excuse me private party lawsuits that the new law seems to encourage joining us this morning to take a look at what it all means is constitutional law expert david cole. Good morning david morning air. You guys do. Thanks for getting up on this labor day. Early for us Tell us about this temporary restraining order and what it means well. So we've we've through with the federal system. The smell supreme court said the federal courts. Have nothing more to say for now up the statute that goes back to stay court but before anyone filed a lawsuit under the statute planned. Parenthood austin sued specific group. They believe is likely to sue for an injunction saying. Hey you can't sue us and it's cute set up in that lawsuit not the issue of whether the laws constitutional or not all that certainly in there but what's called the irreparable injury the hassle factor of them having to defend that and potentially other cases under the statute. That's kind of what has been about all along is that these cases are going to be very difficult for large providers to defend. That's the issue in front of the court there. The basis this urgency injunction and then a couple of weeks it will receive more evidence decide whether to keep it in place. So what does this basically mean that places like planned. Parenthood can continue to perform abortions even after a heartbeat is detected. I doubt that this is a procedural maneuver to try to stop some of the litigation under this particular statute for everybody else Out there that could potentially sue planned. Parenthood they're good to go. And i doubt planned. Parenthood has got to change. Its business practices because of one case.

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Where Did Summer Go? (MM #3820)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Where Did Summer Go? (MM #3820)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer, much like Memorial Day is the unofficial beginning of summer. And this year I ask where did summer go? Of course we haven't really had summer for two years in a row, or really we had sort of a kind of a summer this summer, but of course when COVID started kicking back in back in July, things started slowing down again and everybody kind of hunkered back down. It wasn't as bad as it was last summer, but that's what made this summer even stranger. Though we had a lot of rain this summer. So we really didn't get to go out and do a lot of things and we weren't going anywhere and doing anything anyway. But it's kind of weird where I just look up and went, wow, where did these last three months go? Labor Day is here and it's time to get back to normal. It's kind of weird how some are just kind of ends, even though it really doesn't. Summer goes on for another what two weeks or something like that, but still, once Labor Day kicks in, the college football season started, the NFL's back in order and well, falls here, whether you like it or not. And this summer seemed to be a little bit stranger than last summer, at least it was to me. Maybe I'm wrong or maybe I just don't know what I'm doing these days.

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Where Did Summer Go? (MM #3820)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Where Did Summer Go? (MM #3820)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer, much like Memorial Day is the unofficial beginning of summer. And this year I ask where did summer go? Of course we haven't really had summer for two years in a row, or really we had sort of a kind of a summer this summer, but of course when COVID started kicking back in back in July, things started slowing down again and everybody kind of hunkered back down. It wasn't as bad as it was last summer, but that's what made this summer even stranger. Though we had a lot of rain this summer. So we really didn't get to go out and do a lot of things and we weren't going anywhere and doing anything anyway. But it's kind of weird where I just look up and went, wow, where did these last three months go? Labor Day is here and it's time to get back to normal. It's kind of weird how some are just kind of ends, even though it really doesn't. Summer goes on for another what two weeks or something like that, but still, once Labor Day kicks in, the college football season started, the NFL's back in order and well, falls here, whether you like it or not. And this summer seemed to be a little bit stranger than last summer, at least it was to me. Maybe I'm wrong or maybe I just don't know what I'm doing these days.

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Nearly 9 Million Americans Will Soon Lose Enhanced Unemployment Benefits

KILF Morning New Podcast

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

Nearly 9 Million Americans Will Soon Lose Enhanced Unemployment Benefits

"Kind of ironic today. That more than nine million americans to lose their unemployment benefits and millions more will see their weekly incomes plummet as a host of federal pandemic jobless aid programs expire ironic because today's labour day yes reprograms covering a combined. Twelve point one million people will end today without any action from the white house or congress and they don't seem to be inclined to take any action twenty-six states pulled out of at least some of those programs earlier this summer including texas as businesses struggled to fill a record-breaking nine million job openings but there are still five point four million gig workers contractors and others not covered by traditional unemployment insurance who will loop lose their weekly benefits this week. Another three point. Nine million americans receiving extended aid. We'll see those payments disappear.

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"labor day" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

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"labor day" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

06:08 min | 9 months ago

"labor day" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

"I will take a shot. You recognize her angering on. Cnn cnbc and bloomberg the only financial expert. You don't need a dictionary to understand the cold lapin. Labor day is monday. September six and for some of us. It's just a bank holiday while for others. It's a celebration of labor organizations. Which as you know we've already given are owed to an episode ninety nine on amazon's unionization efforts. Thank you very much but for all of us. It's an opportunity to save big. We all know the major players in the holiday sales game. The biggies are memorial day. Black friday cyber monday and labor day but not. Those sales are created equal in fact each holiday. Kinda has. it's own niche where you can expect to see sales on certain products but not on others. I see people run into issues. Actually when they hold off on buying something they need because they expect that around these holidays. They're going to get a deal. That's not necessarily the case for example your vacuum may have taken. Its last dusty breath. And you've been planning on finding a replacement on labor day where you're sure you're going to be able to pounce on some amazing deals but no on labor day weekend you won't see too many deals on vacuums. Those actually roll around in the springtime. But don't worry. I will guide you through what you can expect to save on this labor day numero uno patio furniture. If you've been spending some of your corn time going extreme home makeover edition on your backyard. This is a perfect time to buy new patio. Furniture companies discount outdoor furniture in september. Because they assume that around this time most people are winding down on their outdoor season and gearing up to be inside for cooler months consequently these companies expect to see a drop in the number of people looking to buy patio furniture to get back on your radar they slash prices to get you back in the store. It's all about supply and demand baby number. Two grills grills go on sale in september because of the same rationale companies apply to patio furniture discounts. If grill season is over companies need to give shoppers an incentive to buy a nothing is more tempting than a lower price number three mattresses in the first two examples at price drop made a lot of sense right demand decreases at the end of the summer months for patio furniture then grills and whatnot so the price decreases as well mattresses on the other hand while i just have no idea at all why the best mattress deals happen labor day weekend. It's not like there's a decreased demand for mattresses in the winter. I've never seen reports of a national trend where people sleep less sat a certain time of year. Have you and yet come labor day. The whole mattress community comes together and puts their goods on sale. You can find sweet deals in your typical specialized betting stores or even more general department stores. Remember your sleep. It's priceless for today's tip. You can take straight to the bank if you think that. Within the next year you'll need one of the items. I just called out by it now. Definitely don't buy something just for the sake of buying it. There's no reason to get patio furniture if you don't even have outdoor space but if you see yourself buying a new mattress within the next year now is the time to do it. If your patio chairs are on their last leg don't schedule your shopping around. When you think you'll need to use your new setup instead schedule your shopping around when you can get the best bargain money. We have is a production of iheartmedia. I'm your host nicole. Lapin our producers are morgan lavoix and catherine law money. Rehab is edited and engineered by brandon. Decker with help from josh fisher. Executive producers are men gap cheddar and wilkerson huge. Thanks to the. Oh gee money rehabbed supervising producer michelle. 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