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"larry spencer" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"For the monitor the US military has made significant progress in addressing racial inequality but there is a gap in the leadership. Ranks will officer training on black campuses. Help close the gap. African Americans may be over represented in the United States military but not in the officer corps. Only nine percent of officers are black compared with nineteen percent of enlisted troops to write this imbalance. The Pentagon wants to expand its training programs on historically black college and university campuses other paths to improving the pipeline of future military leaders lying social media campaigns targeted at minority communities yet even when African Americans are commissioned their careers can stall before the approach command posts retired. General Larry Spencer former Air Force vice chief of staff says that black officers can be unintentionally sidelined in part because senior officials aren't aware of the barriers diversity in their organizations recent years have been tough on military recruiters in general but the biggest challenge which the Pentagon says it is determined to tackle is the face of military leadership in an increasingly non white nation. Minority soldiers should be able to look upward and see themselves retired general Carter Ham President of the Association of the US Army Cold Heritage Foundation panel held in January. Right now he said the officer Corps does not look like America. This story was reported by animal. Rain.

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"larry spencer" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

12:31 min | 1 year ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"I love a wild cream especially with Alpha hydroxy. Oh I ne- we love an ingredient. Welcome and welcome everybody to Notch Butte. I'm so excited to have this hour with you. If you don't know who you're talking to it's Jackie J. The beauty talk shock jock the Queen Creams your host with the most assumes freshest fringe on the West Coast your favorite over thirty niche influence or the pop punk princess your favorite cookie southern aunt. I'm here and I'm allowed honey and I'm proud speaking being of being loud and proud honey my guest I mean we have so much to talk about. I'm I'm all anxious because it's been really. It's been a while since we're irl it it totally and there's so much to cover. My guest is living his best dream in his best life. He radiates positively. He's an inspiration. He is an on camera host host and journalist. He hosts e t live and honey. There's another side of this coin because not only does he have this job honey. He's also on the pit crew of Rupaul drag race okay so talk about job diversity. The resume is extensive my good friend. Jason Carter is highly. I'm so I've been trying to get your ass. When I did all male March last year? I try to get you but you were busy and hustling and you have twenty jobs and you know you know the struggle. Yes I know all about the struggle congratulations. You're you're killing the game for you. Love you five years yes happened in January of twenty two thousand fourteen knowing the date we met at was audition audition or we were already higher so we did that. Google chat audition remember last year and then I was like she's dope and CO Q. Bob Who's bat that's right right. I was rocking the Bob and it was awesome and so then we hired got hired the best and they hired us. They hired us to work on the first day of thinking in my best on lemon like sweater and we were like we're about to take over the hosting world honey right to say and then we didn't want law firm. We don't even want to say the name of it right. I don't people to Google it and find it wasn't bad it wasn't bad just the content was great. Experience was awesome Alfred that we would. They put on like this place anyways. We're not going to say well you know. God had a plan because here we are here we are here. We are in these streets. We are in these streets. We're slaying it and here we are together together again together again and I've kept up with you over the years. There's media I've watched you thrive. I watched you get married and divorced. Stop Ah now. I guess there was not a post on that but I'll tell you all about it on so yeah. Life is moving on. Are you married varied. We are Leeann. You've been long-term since two thousand and nine yeah yeah. That's my little Munchkin yes. I'm so happy that it's going well for you. You thank you you know relationships are work and I'm from lever that when they don't work dishes God or whoever he believe in whatever you know whoever finds you gives you sauce and spirituality retrial rerouting you to something that's better for you. Syria told y'all he was inspirational. fucking sad right. You live moves on. I I think the hardest thing about life moving on is when you make the choice to move on because it's being hurt sucks rejection sucks here and so especially when you invest vest because I feel like when you're a passionate person especially when you're a creative you invest in things in your life relationships investment so when the Roi the return turn on that investment is negative. You know you don't have a black head right and it takes a while to move on and the people get over it. That's the the worst thing you can say. That's from someone who doesn't understand basic bitches. I mean I think they need to exercise. Dan Gratitude and were yes okay. I have to ask you the first question I asked everybody on Ashby it. which is what type of skin do you have black skin? No no I have I have combination early to dry okay yes. I you know what most people enter that either they say black or they or they say boat. We're all combo guys. There's just stop asking that well because you're a product of your environment right. La Smart Toxicity Skins GonNa react. I mean and really who's really drinking all the water. They showed me. I'm guzzling at Dr Pepper and I was really impressed that you said that because I'm like the bodies on point and he's drinking soda I mean it's been a Dole's goals. Yeah you gotta gotTa have that sugar. The second question I always asked which is new is. What's your favorite feature about yourself physical? I can be anything it's open. It's open favorite feature I would say I definitely if I'm GONNA physical playing. I love my cheekbones literally of all these things because uh Google Jason Carter Y'all looks like there's also lots of photos of him in tiny underwear on his instagram scantly. You WanNa see what is best feature is on. I mean I was GONNA say. Maybe the APPS grow into your pushing forty. You Stop You stop relying on that body. I mean but I needs it looking good over him over here. I Look I've always cherished and really celebrated. just strong facial features like Kathy Ireland hello. Is that a strong draw. Why but it's beautiful so cheekbones? I've always I've always liked just a very defined. The Bone Structure Consent Heavens right answer okay okay. We have a lot to discuss but I kind of want to start with drag race sure because it's so interesting I was just telling some of the people out here who is coming again and they all just instantly knew who you were really core famous in Burbank I mean honey what a place to be slow love. TJ maxx marshalls Anna Nordstrom rack and target Walmart aw we got it all we do have a Sam's Club. So how did you get that Job Jack. That's a I mean because it's it's. It's go go right. Yes of course yes so. There's only three pit crew so there's only so there's been many yes. This story secret angels the right. Yes six mashed sometimes tire. We'll come back. We'll make exactly exactly. It's how key very colorful so two two thousand nine. I was just ending really crappy relationship. I was a dancer in. La So in the beginning of the year in people have a reset. I'm getting shape. Do this career bloody yeah so I'm like Hey I thought let me take these shots to try to make it as a dancer so I was teaching classes in Hollywood at Gold's gym the Gold's gym the awards it goes you know coal yes and no Co Co.. Yes how far close the shooter you're you're in Hollywood and you had to park and they have your car towed. Yeah so seriously happening twice and I was teaching dance classes had this one must have been the photos in January what they fantastic doc photographer named Michael Quyen who just really good at photographing people of Color and women such a I mean look he's awesome and so I was teaching class and and the dance room was glass window so there's a bunch of treadmills outside will elliptical so one of the executive producers are casting director of the show was was on on the treadmill peered INA saw his friend was taking my class so he sent my friend to ask me his friends to ask me like hey you well. How about modeling whatever you got discovered a little bit yeah the Hollywood kind of happened and so for this was February of two thousand ten and that was such a pivotal year for me? I'll spin while later but so for weeks gi mailing me. Send me a picture Blah Blah Blah so I finally did and I got a I got a request to go down to world of wonder it was on a Wednesday I happen to be off and this was after weeks of telling them of ignoring because when you're you're just like whatever believe the Hollywood casting couch all heard of like who send me photos maybe I'll model exactly ackley model mayhem partly no trae pick trade for pick and so I did and I thought that final day they were like you need to come in today and I was like cool whatever I winning world of wonder owns the headquartered illness amazing building awful Cherokee and Hollywood boulevard to six stories and so down the bottom of the basement they shoot a lot of their content and so they put me on green screen and told me to dance in my underwear. I'm thinking Whoa first of all professional dancer. He said Dancing Gogo boy and I'm thinking well. That's not really a compliment. Excuse me I write Larry Spencer. Would I think give you trouble Gogo boy move right yeah yeah you know just like no rhythm just crying really bad so I did. Ah thought nothing of it didn't hear anything. Did you do any pirouettes or did you throw any Prussians in there. No no no ronge jetties or the Full Chandelier Choreography Matt Ziegler. I could pull my leg my head but I didn't hear anything for for a week and you're just like what the hell did. I just exact whereas that footage going to end up green screen. They're going to put anything behind you to an ancient Egypt or some. It's like makeshift foreign and so in so I can hear anything back in that back when you're grinding its next the next train we've been trained to just close that that robot yes and move on right and so that was in March what was father's day mother's Day was in May of course in so I went to a brunch with a friend of mine a psychic and we've just been talking and so should ask me a question. She said I'm getting this energy from you that you are you in college. Did you are you. Are you testing for something or are you an actor. You're like I feel like you're being tested or you went out for something. You're waiting to hear a response or you're needing a response for something. I was like yeah. I have really bad allergies this time of year. That's only guy you're GONNA get it. You're GONNA get it. It's going to open all these. I don't know what it is. It was going to be really good it's going to be it's going to be really really big. I don't know what it is. It's going to be it's going to it's going to be very pivotal in your careers can do a lot for a lot of people and a guy when the guy with an f. and his name is going to call you like okay. Whatever whatever and you didn't know what this was four? I didn't tell me what it was but it was for a show right how insane and it's it ended up being ruining the most iconic shows of all time this cultural phenomenon land it yes yes and so fast forward to end of June throughout throughout that time waiting I had hosted event with Shangila who was on the season before she's into my first has a podcast on this network shunned July McQueen wildly and I hosted hosted a live event with her and people from world of wonder at the event bright so that never facetime facetime baby. I had no idea right then next weekend. I went to a pool party in Herat was at this party people from world wondering how yeah and so they're like the Visa Card everywhere where you WanNa be seriously and so I got a call end of June from a guy named frank that said Hey I'm so and so from we'll have under checking your availability L. Ability for a show called loopholes drag race. Have you heard of it. I was like yes we love you be pit crew member and I was like what does that entail just super cool so yeah torturing and what's interesting is that I grew up watching Paul. I used to secretly listen to supermodel of the world because being a little gay kid right you couldn't you that age. You didn't know what being gay was that you were drawn and people made you feel bad for liking that type of thing because of the ninety s we were on the Tel or we were in the midst of HIV AIDS crisis there wasn't as much representation and being a little boy row quickey New Mexico black boy from Albuquerque New Mexico with.

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Skanky Fragrances with Jason Carter

Natch Beaut

12:24 min | 1 year ago

Skanky Fragrances with Jason Carter

"Welcome and welcome everybody to Notch Butte. I'm so excited to have this hour with you. If you don't know who you're talking to it's Jackie J. The beauty talk shock jock the Queen Creams your host with the most assumes freshest fringe on the West Coast your favorite over thirty niche influence or the pop punk princess your favorite cookie southern aunt. I'm here and I'm allowed honey and I'm proud speaking being of being loud and proud honey my guest I mean we have so much to talk about. I'm I'm all anxious because it's been really. It's been a while since we're irl it it totally and there's so much to cover. My guest is living his best dream in his best life. He radiates positively. He's an inspiration. He is an on camera host host and journalist. He hosts e t live and honey. There's another side of this coin because not only does he have this job honey. He's also on the pit crew of Rupaul drag race okay so talk about job diversity. The resume is extensive my good friend. Jason Carter is highly. I'm so I've been trying to get your ass. When I did all male March last year? I try to get you but you were busy and hustling and you have twenty jobs and you know you know the struggle. Yes I know all about the struggle congratulations. You're you're killing the game for you. Love you five years yes happened in January of twenty two thousand fourteen knowing the date we met at was audition audition or we were already higher so we did that. Google chat audition remember last year and then I was like she's dope and CO Q. Bob Who's bat that's right right. I was rocking the Bob and it was awesome and so then we hired got hired the best and they hired us. They hired us to work on the first day of thinking in my best on lemon like sweater and we were like we're about to take over the hosting world honey right to say and then we didn't want law firm. We don't even want to say the name of it right. I don't people to Google it and find it wasn't bad it wasn't bad just the content was great. Experience was awesome Alfred that we would. They put on like this place anyways. We're not going to say well you know. God had a plan because here we are here we are here. We are in these streets. We are in these streets. We're slaying it and here we are together together again together again and I've kept up with you over the years. There's media I've watched you thrive. I watched you get married and divorced. Stop Ah now. I guess there was not a post on that but I'll tell you all about it on so yeah. Life is moving on. Are you married varied. We are Leeann. You've been long-term since two thousand and nine yeah yeah. That's my little Munchkin yes. I'm so happy that it's going well for you. You thank you you know relationships are work and I'm from lever that when they don't work dishes God or whoever he believe in whatever you know whoever finds you gives you sauce and spirituality retrial rerouting you to something that's better for you. Syria told y'all he was inspirational. fucking sad right. You live moves on. I I think the hardest thing about life moving on is when you make the choice to move on because it's being hurt sucks rejection sucks here and so especially when you invest vest because I feel like when you're a passionate person especially when you're a creative you invest in things in your life relationships investment so when the Roi the return turn on that investment is negative. You know you don't have a black head right and it takes a while to move on and the people get over it. That's the the worst thing you can say. That's from someone who doesn't understand basic bitches. I mean I think they need to exercise. Dan Gratitude and were yes okay. I have to ask you the first question I asked everybody on Ashby it. which is what type of skin do you have black skin? No no I have I have combination early to dry okay yes. I you know what most people enter that either they say black or they or they say boat. We're all combo guys. There's just stop asking that well because you're a product of your environment right. La Smart Toxicity Skins GonNa react. I mean and really who's really drinking all the water. They showed me. I'm guzzling at Dr Pepper and I was really impressed that you said that because I'm like the bodies on point and he's drinking soda I mean it's been a Dole's goals. Yeah you gotta gotTa have that sugar. The second question I always asked which is new is. What's your favorite feature about yourself physical? I can be anything it's open. It's open favorite feature I would say I definitely if I'm GONNA physical playing. I love my cheekbones literally of all these things because uh Google Jason Carter Y'all looks like there's also lots of photos of him in tiny underwear on his instagram scantly. You WanNa see what is best feature is on. I mean I was GONNA say. Maybe the APPS grow into your pushing forty. You Stop You stop relying on that body. I mean but I needs it looking good over him over here. I Look I've always cherished and really celebrated. just strong facial features like Kathy Ireland hello. Is that a strong draw. Why but it's beautiful so cheekbones? I've always I've always liked just a very defined. The Bone Structure Consent Heavens right answer okay okay. We have a lot to discuss but I kind of want to start with drag race sure because it's so interesting I was just telling some of the people out here who is coming again and they all just instantly knew who you were really core famous in Burbank I mean honey what a place to be slow love. TJ maxx marshalls Anna Nordstrom rack and target Walmart aw we got it all we do have a Sam's Club. So how did you get that Job Jack. That's a I mean because it's it's. It's go go right. Yes of course yes so. There's only three pit crew so there's only so there's been many yes. This story secret angels the right. Yes six mashed sometimes tire. We'll come back. We'll make exactly exactly. It's how key very colorful so two two thousand nine. I was just ending really crappy relationship. I was a dancer in. La So in the beginning of the year in people have a reset. I'm getting shape. Do this career bloody yeah so I'm like Hey I thought let me take these shots to try to make it as a dancer so I was teaching classes in Hollywood at Gold's gym the Gold's gym the awards it goes you know coal yes and no Co Co.. Yes how far close the shooter you're you're in Hollywood and you had to park and they have your car towed. Yeah so seriously happening twice and I was teaching dance classes had this one must have been the photos in January what they fantastic doc photographer named Michael Quyen who just really good at photographing people of Color and women such a I mean look he's awesome and so I was teaching class and and the dance room was glass window so there's a bunch of treadmills outside will elliptical so one of the executive producers are casting director of the show was was on on the treadmill peered INA saw his friend was taking my class so he sent my friend to ask me his friends to ask me like hey you well. How about modeling whatever you got discovered a little bit yeah the Hollywood kind of happened and so for this was February of two thousand ten and that was such a pivotal year for me? I'll spin while later but so for weeks gi mailing me. Send me a picture Blah Blah Blah so I finally did and I got a I got a request to go down to world of wonder it was on a Wednesday I happen to be off and this was after weeks of telling them of ignoring because when you're you're just like whatever believe the Hollywood casting couch all heard of like who send me photos maybe I'll model exactly ackley model mayhem partly no trae pick trade for pick and so I did and I thought that final day they were like you need to come in today and I was like cool whatever I winning world of wonder owns the headquartered illness amazing building awful Cherokee and Hollywood boulevard to six stories and so down the bottom of the basement they shoot a lot of their content and so they put me on green screen and told me to dance in my underwear. I'm thinking Whoa first of all professional dancer. He said Dancing Gogo boy and I'm thinking well. That's not really a compliment. Excuse me I write Larry Spencer. Would I think give you trouble Gogo boy move right yeah yeah you know just like no rhythm just crying really bad so I did. Ah thought nothing of it didn't hear anything. Did you do any pirouettes or did you throw any Prussians in there. No no no ronge jetties or the Full Chandelier Choreography Matt Ziegler. I could pull my leg my head but I didn't hear anything for for a week and you're just like what the hell did. I just exact whereas that footage going to end up green screen. They're going to put anything behind you to an ancient Egypt or some. It's like makeshift foreign and so in so I can hear anything back in that back when you're grinding its next the next train we've been trained to just close that that robot yes and move on right and so that was in March what was father's day mother's Day was in May of course in so I went to a brunch with a friend of mine a psychic and we've just been talking and so should ask me a question. She said I'm getting this energy from you that you are you in college. Did you are you. Are you testing for something or are you an actor. You're like I feel like you're being tested or you went out for something. You're waiting to hear a response or you're needing a response for something. I was like yeah. I have really bad allergies this time of year. That's only guy you're GONNA get it. You're GONNA get it. It's going to open all these. I don't know what it is. It was going to be really good it's going to be it's going to be really really big. I don't know what it is. It's going to be it's going to it's going to be very pivotal in your careers can do a lot for a lot of people and a guy when the guy with an f. and his name is going to call you like okay. Whatever whatever and you didn't know what this was four? I didn't tell me what it was but it was for a show right how insane and it's it ended up being ruining the most iconic shows of all time this cultural phenomenon land it yes yes and so fast forward to end of June throughout throughout that time waiting I had hosted event with Shangila who was on the season before she's into my first has a podcast on this network shunned July McQueen wildly and I hosted hosted a live event with her and people from world of wonder at the event bright so that never facetime facetime baby. I had no idea right then next weekend. I went to a pool party in Herat was at this party people from world wondering how yeah and so they're like the Visa Card everywhere where you WanNa be seriously and so I got a call end of June from a guy named frank that said Hey I'm so and so from we'll have under checking your availability L. Ability for a show called loopholes drag race. Have you heard of it. I was like yes we love you be pit crew member and I was like what does that entail just super cool so yeah torturing and what's interesting is that I grew up watching Paul. I used to secretly listen to supermodel of the world because being a little gay kid right you couldn't you that age. You didn't know what being gay was that you were drawn and people made you feel bad for liking that type of thing because of the ninety s we were on the Tel or we were in the midst of HIV AIDS crisis there wasn't as much representation and being a little boy row quickey New Mexico black boy from Albuquerque New Mexico

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"larry spencer" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"In army vet Nick Smith about his journey for making training films in the army to sitting in the anchors chair in a major television market I grew up in a single parent home I always felt loved and supported so I never doubted that I had a space I just didn't know what their space was and my mother was extremely supportive so I think more than anything what I what I have taken away is I want more men of color to know that the opportunity is there because I do think it's easier to get trapped in a situation where we black men can get caught up in the noise externally and start to allow that to build and say wow I really don't have a shot I don't have a chance I can't do this and and and I call be us on that you know nothing is easy but to think that it's easier for those who are not of a darker hue is a misnomer to everybody has to struggle everybody has to fight what you're worth doing the fight and at the end of the fight I'm telling you that there is a space for you so no I don't believe I would be surprised I don't believe friends would be surprised if anything and and this is this is what I've had to come to terms with there are parts of me that feels frustrated that have been done more there in their parts me they said you know what the six years you spent doing the military the four years active duty in the in the the the three in active reserve and then kind of and National Guard you were kind of meandering you do know what you wanted to do so there's a part of me that says wow had I like my friends gone straight to college out of high school I would have already been at fox five DC six years ago you know I maybe I would have already been such and such I had to learn to let all of that go and just be happy about where I am now I'm just doing the work because I do believe everything's come prepared me for this moment now absolutely when you talk about people of color for black history month we had a bunch of fascinating interviews on this program including with general Larry Spencer who went from basic airmen in the airforce to four star general Melissa Brian former army Intel officer now chief policy officer I a VA ends a recurring theme was how there was initially self doubt on behalf of a lot of people a within the African American community in the military and then after they left it what do you think that is and how do you think we can get over it is it is simple as they're being examples like general Spencer and like yourself out there visible for people to see I think that's a start but I also think that we as a community in this is everyone I think the we don't always focus on the value military service has to the community and that's everyone right I think that what we don't often do enough as a society here as Americans we don't always recognize and appreciate the men and women who serve so as a result the value is in place where I believe it should be which is when you have a veteran coming to you applying for a job I am one of those who believe that that should earn them a seat at the table odd that a person should immediately become a candidate that you're considering for this role of course employers want to hire the best qualified person for the job but I would ask that they rethink the criteria of what that actually means I don't always believe it means a master's degree I don't believe it always means a a degree from Maryland I believe that it can be four years active duty in maybe two years of junior college some place where they have really shown they are great in their determination so I think that amongst being an example being out there being visible talking to young black men and women say Hey you try to ignore the external noise I want it say to employers to also give the men and women who have served an opportunity to be hurt when it comes to military role models do you think that those veterans who were out there who've achieved success should be more open about the fact that they are veterans hi it's it seems every week I'm learning about someone who's a big stars done great things and I had no idea that they served in the military and then there's people like you who are very proud of your army service you know it's right there on your Twitter bio and run that good stuff do you think the people within the veteran community should be more outgoing about their veteran status you think that's kind of a personal decision I do think it's a personal decision right I I'm quick to say that in my time of service I never saw combat and I do believe is different for those who maybe have seen combat and have not had the same experience that I've had my experience in military easily one of the best times of my life I'm comfortable saying that I get emotional about it because it was so important to me and is so personal to me but I'm aware that there are those who did not have the same experience but I do believe that that positive experience can happen for everyone but I also believe that sharing your military journey sharing your military experience is definitely a decision that is a personal one for me I'm happy to share it because I believe we can change lives because the change mine but I understand that there are those who maybe have not had the same experience that I did and hold it a little bit closer to the vest when you think back on your broadcasting career since you've now been doing this for quite awhile now quite a right Daddy is old yeah well you said you listed with nineteen fifty right we think about all the different places you've you've worked in you've done a lot of different stories and worked in in various communities what role do you think veterans plate in those communities from a journalist's perspective somebody's been able to see it fall wow I would roll the jurors fi I'm going to tell you that I think that veterans always have a space because I believe that this is the service is woven into the fabric of what this country's all about I personally believe in conscription I believe that every man and woman should serve in some capacity period the minute you turn sixteen the minute you turn seventeen you're just about to leave high school you need to know where you're going to serve it is not military maybe S. P. score maybe some type of hospice but I believe that everyone should give two years of service to the country in some capacity where they recognize that there are people who don't have the same opportunities that they have or learning that everyone does not look like Nixon everybody does not look like a very we need to know before we're moving into this world and sometimes in our own insular communities that we really are all the same you know there's nothing more tumbling and and and bring you down to earth and you know share to bear to forty two guys that you've never met before everybody has the same open shower there are no stalls to those toilets all of a sudden you learn humility real quick you like well we really are all the same and and you for you forget you know about about race in and region of the country of this one's the you know from backwards West Virginia Nick is from back with Mississippi this is from Chicago that was from Brooklyn all of a sudden everybody's wearing army green all of a sudden everybody has P. T. in the morning all of a sudden everybody's trying to help the other guy finishes two mile run because you want to squat to do best the brotherhood is real and it can only happen when we're forced to move outside of our safe spaces of our our community where we grow up in that desolate can happen and I think the military for me was definitely the thing that helped to catapult that so I think that as veterans in the community we have a responsibility to talk to young men and young women who are on the fence about what to do next I don't know what I want to do there is a space for you in the United States military where you can find your way I genuinely believe that you know it yeah it's gonna be work yeah you gotta move outside your comfort zone but I definitely believe that there's a space for every man and woman here in the United States to find their way in a way of service Meg of course people in our nation's capital can just tune into fox five DC to see what you're up to every day but for those who don't happen to be the city and it's very interesting city I'll call it where can they find out more about you in the work that you do both on fox five elsewhere they can follow me on Twitter they can follow me on Instagram both of which are Nick Smith news at Nick Smith news on Twitter at Nick Smith news on Instagram fortunately for us everything we do on fox five DC we do stream at fox five DC dot com and it's exciting we have a lot more that were working on and on it's a great group and I'm excited to be part of the city that was fox five DC news anchor he.

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"larry spencer" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"With fox five DC news anchor in army vet Nick Smith about his journey for making training films in the army to sitting in the anchors chair in a major television market I grew up in a single parent home I always felt loved and supported so I never doubted that I had a space I just didn't know what their space was and my mother was extremely supportive so I think more than anything what I what I have taken away is I want more men of color to know that the opportunity is there because I do think it's easier to get trapped in a situation where we black men can get caught up in the noise externally and start to allow that to build and say wow I really don't have a shot I don't have a chance I can't do this and and and I call be us on that you know nothing is easy but to think that it's easier for those who are not of a darker hue is a misnomer to everybody has to struggle everybody has to fight which are worth doing the fight and at the end of the fight I'm telling you that there is a space for you so no I don't believe I would be surprised I don't believe friends would be surprised if anything and and this is this is what I've had to come to terms with there are parts of me that feels frustrated that have been done more there is there are parts of me that said you know what the six years you spent doing the military the four years active duty in the middle of the three in active reserve and then kind of and National Guard you were kind of meandering you do know what you wanted to do so there's a part of me that says wow had I like my friends gone straight to college out of high school I would have already been at fox five DC six years ago you know I maybe I would have already been such and such I had to learn to let all of that going just be happy about where I am now and just doing the work because I do believe everything's come prepared me for this moment now absolutely when you talk about people of color for black history month we had a bunch of fascinating interviews on this program including with general Larry Spencer who went from basic airmen in the airforce to four star general Melissa Brian former army Intel officer now chief policy officer I a VA and a recurring theme was how there was initially self doubt on behalf of a lot of people a within the African American community in the military and then after they left it what do you think that is and how do you think we can get over it is it as simple as they're being examples like general Spencer and like yourself out there visible for people to see I think that's a start but I also think that we as a community in this is everyone I think the we don't always focus on the value military service has to the community and that's everyone right I think that what we don't often do enough as a society here as Americans we don't always recognize and appreciate the men and women who serve so as a result the value is in place where I believe it should be which is when you have a veteran coming to you applying for a job I am one of those who believe that that should earn them a seat at the table odd that a person should immediately become a candidate that you're considering for this role of course employers want to hire the best qualified person for the job but I would ask that they rethink the criteria of what that actually means I don't always believe it means a master's degree I don't believe it always means a a degree from Maryland I believe that it can be four years active duty in maybe two years of junior college some place where they have really shown their great in their determination so I think that amongst being an example being out there being visible talking to young black men and women say Hey you try to ignore the external noise I want it say to employers to also give the men and women who have served an opportunity to be hurt when it comes to military role models do you think that those veterans who were out there who've achieved success should be more open about the fact that they are veterans hi it's it seems every week I'm learning about someone who's a big stars done great things and I had no idea that they served in the military and then there's people like you who are very proud of your army service you know it's right there on your Twitter bio and run that good stuff do you think the people within the veteran community should be more outgoing about their veteran status you think that's kind of a personal decision I do think it's a personal decision right I'm quick to say that in my time of service I never saw combat and I do believe is different for those who may be have seen combat and have not had the same experience that I've had my experience in military easily one of the best times of my life I'm comfortable saying that I get emotional about it because it was so important to me and is so personal to me but I'm aware that there are those who did not have the same experience but I do believe that that positive experience can happen for everyone but I also believe that sharing your military journey sharing your military experience is definitely a decision that is a personal one for me I'm happy to share it because I believe we can change lives because a change mine but I understand that there are those who maybe have not had the same experience that I did and hold it a little bit closer to the vest when you think back on your broadcasting career since you've now been doing this for quite awhile now quite a fad right Daddy is old yeah well you said you listed with nineteen fifty yeah right we think about all the different places you've you've worked in you've done a lot of different stories and worked in in various communities what role do you think veterans plate in those communities from a journalist's perspective somebody's been able to see it fall wow I would roll the jurors fi I'm going to tell you that I think that veterans always have a space because I believe that this is the service is woven into the fabric of what this country's all about I personally believe in conscription I believe that every man and woman should serve in some capacity period the minute you turn sixteen the minute you turn seventeen you're just about to leave high school you need to know where you're going to serve it is not military maybe S. P. score maybe some type of hospice but I believe that everyone should give two years of service to the country in some capacity where they recognize that there are people who don't have the same opportunities that they have or learning that everyone does not look like Nixon everybody does not look like a very we need to know before we're moving into this world and sometimes in our own insular communities that we really are all the same you know there's nothing more tumbling and and and bring you down to earth and you know shared a barracks of forty two guys that you've never met before everybody has the same open shower there are no stalls to those toilets all of a sudden you learn humility real quick you like well we really are all the same and and you for you forget you know about about race in and region of the country of this one's the you know from backwoods West Virginia Nick is from back with Mississippi this is from Chicago that was from Brooklyn all of a sudden everybody's were an army green office and everybody has P. T. in the morning all of a sudden everybody's trying to help the other guy finishes two mile run because you want to squat to do best the brotherhood is real and it can only happen when we're forced to move outside of our safe spaces of our our community where we grow up in that that's the only can happen and I think the military for me was definitely the thing that helped to catapult that so I think that as veterans in the community we have a responsibility to talk to young men and young women who are on the fence about what to do next I don't know what I want to do there is a space for you in the United States military where you can find your way I genuinely believe that you know it yeah it's gonna be work yeah you gotta move outside your comfort zone but I definitely believe that there's a space for every man and woman here in the United States to find their way in a way of service Meg of course people in our nation's capital can just tune into fox five DC to see what your out to every day but for those who don't happen to be the city and it's very interesting city all college where can they find out more about you in the work that you do both on fox five elsewhere they can follow me on Twitter they can follow me on Instagram both of which are Nick Smith news at Nick Smith news on Twitter at Nick Smith news on Instagram fortunately for us everything we do on fox five DC we do stream at fox five DC dot com and it's exciting we have a lot more that were working on and on it's a great group and I'm excited to be part of the city that was five five DC news anchor he had.

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"larry spencer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The Detroit show shadow. Jeff Gilbert, w w j nine fifty a he played Skippy on the nineteen eighties sitcom family ties. Now, Mark Price is touring the country as a stand up comic price will be in metro Detroit next week, and he says his show. Covers a range of topics including politics, I deal with it a little bit. And it's okay. You know, I don't mind I have, you know, I'll do Hillary jokes. And that's a liberal from Hollywood kissing up to Republicans, and you won't find that on Facebook in price will be appearing from March seventh through the ninth at Waterford township. So one night stands comedy club w w j news time twelve fifty four CBS ion veterans presented by progressive insurance. After retiring from the air force General Larry Spencer was looking for a way to give back to the military community. He founded in the air force association. It's a nonprofit five oh one C three. And essentially our mission is to promote a dominant air force Spencer now serves as president of the association and believes his being one of the few four star generals to have been enlisted as well makes him uniquely suited for the position. Plus, he just loves it getting out talking to folks bringing folks in helping the air force. Grow helping airforce families. It's just a passion of mine, and it was just a great fit. You can learn more about the air force association at A F, A dot org. Eric Dane, connecting vets dot com for CBS news. Progressive insurance pick from a range of coverage options with the name your price tool to find a price that works for you. Find out more at Progresive dot com. At Walgreens shopping for spring. Beauty essentials is a snap. We can help you. Find foundation that lasts longer than your day or lipstick to finish any look now purchase two of your favorite cosmetics. Nail products or beauty accessories from brands like L'Oreal, Maybelline and.

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"larry spencer" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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"larry spencer" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Each week during black history month, we've been focusing on the stories and achievements of African American veterans this being the last show of the month. We thought it was the perfect opportunity to bring you one of the most momentus achievements in military history. In two thousand fifteen Larry Spencer, retired from the air force as a four star general. His final position was vice chief of staff of the air force. But as he tells me his first job wasn't quite so fancy you see the general who now heads up the air force association serving as president began his career four decades earlier when he enlisted as a basic airman. I was born and raised here in DC held in southeast. Didn't know what I was going to do when I graduated high school. So I joined the air force enlisted enjoyed it. And so I- about seven years in I completed my college degree went officers training school and kind of worked my way up from eventual or or initially from one all the way up to four star. So that's that's sort of my career in a nutshell going from e one to four start me and literally starting at the bottom ending off at the top. When you reflect on that journey. I what do you think about when you look back on, you know, passing all the way through from e one up through that that oh ten spot. That's a great question. You know, folks asked me that a lot you know, what I reflect back on is is I just tried to work hard and do the best. I could never plotted out anything. I never had any grand plans. I never in my wildest dreams. Did I think I'd be an officer much less a four star? And so I just took one job at a time did the best I could and. Just sort of bloom rows planet. What years did your career spanned from I enlisted in the air force in nineteen seventy one and I retired in twenty fifteen. I was forty four years in forty four years. Obviously you saw things from a lot of different perspectives. He won through through four star. General. What was the biggest change in the air force from seventy one to two thousand fifteen that you saw I think the biggest changes the people folks are a young airman entering the air force today. Young lieutenants all a lot smarter than I was when I when I came in the air force, and with the technology, an air force is a very technical service with jet airplanes satellites that sort of thing, I think folks are a lot smarter. And and things just move a lot faster technology sort of elevated the air force to a different level, socially. I imagine. The air force has changed a lot too. As an African American who enlisted in nineteen seventy one is an e one was four star general something that you even thought was a possibility at that point. Well, when I enter the air force in one thousand nine hundred seventy one. There. There had never been. There was a African American four star at all. Have not been a female four star. By the way, in twenty now twenty nineteen they're still hadn't been very many. There's been eight African American four stars think about that since nineteen forty seven when the air force was stood up. So yeah, there has clearly been a lot of social change a lot more women in the military than there was back, then so it's a different place a lot more back then a lot lot of the young airman was single. Most of them are married now lot more families. So there's a lot more to deal with. It's just a different. It's more of a family. They say, you know, you recruit the individual, but you retain the family. So it's more of a family atmosphere now than it was back. Then. Things have come a long way, you witnessed change from seventy one to two thousand fifteen had substantial changes in that timeframe still there's a ways to go. Do you think that the military in general in the air force specifically is doing the right thing and doing everything they can to increase the number of minorities who are serving in those leadership positions. I think so I mean, it's still a challenge as it is with every industry. But I think the one thing I like about the military in the air force in particular is they tend to judge you on your potential and your performance and your professionalism. How you do your job? And I found if if you're good at your job, you know, you'd think good things will happen. So I think I think we've come a long way. Do I think we have more work to do? Absolutely. But I would recommend the military or they're forced anybody. Because I I really think it's a good organization to get started. And folks, treat you with respect, and they reward you for good work. And as a former sailor myself, the air force just lives better. You gotta have nice places to live and some really good duty stations out there after leaving the service. You are now the president of the air force association. First question is for those people who don't know what the air force association is all about what's the air force association all about sure the association, it's a it's a nonprofit five oh one C three we have our counterparts. So there's a navy league. There's a army counterpart Marine Corps counterpart and essentially our mission is to promote a dominant air force. So we have about one hundred thousand members membership organization. So we put on. Several things to help airman and their families. We have a wounded Emma program that we support wounded ill airman, we have to a large conferences that we put on every year. One that's coming up in in the February dinner Landau the one in September is here in the DC area for professional development. So we bring in the, you know, the air force chief of staff secretary of the air force chief mess on the air force all of their force leadership. Airman come in industry comes in with with all the technology that they have. So it's it's a really large opportunity for young airman to come in and get professional development. We have a myriad of things insurance things we do family up a think tank, we have youth program stem one for for cyber security other for space. So there's a lot of activity going on association. But again, it is a private organization, but we do advocate for the air force and for the air force families whose it available to. I mean is this just for you know, the retired and former airmen the active duty airmen who's allowed to join the air force. Anyone can join the air force association. Anyone regardless of service with you in the military. Not anyone can join now. So we have a mixture we have active duty we. We have retirees we have civilians. We have folks from other services. So it's it's wide open. It's a big tent, obviously, our mission is sport a strong air force. So anyone that's interested in strong national defense. And then they strong air force in particular, our arms wide open. What drew you to this organization has a four star general when you retire? There are myriad opportunities for you out there to go into consulting and all those different things. What made you decide to get involved in this innovation? Yeah. I really one of the things that we started. When I rather therefore association is this notion of an airman for life. And so, you know, when I retired from the Air Force One show what I was gonna do. But the air force association for me was a way to give back. I mean, I was again one of the few four stars a handful at that that was actually enlisted as well. And so I think I really have a good perspective on the listed force in particular. And and and the officer force feel like I have a lot to give back and so this professional development getting out talking to folks bringing folks in helping the force grow helping airforce families. It's just a passion of mine, and it was just a great fit. What are some of the goals of the air force association for the coming days, you know, for two thousand nine. Nineteen and beyond. What is the air force association focused on? Sure what we're we're focused on expanding our tents. So we are constantly constantly looking for more members and trying to bring more folks in as an example, I did a mentorship and leadership event over at Andrews Air Force base about two weeks ago. We're all went in to the base theater. We had six hundred and fifty airmen, and they all came in. And just ask me questions about leadership about mentorship about the job. I got a bad boss. How do I handle that? You know, I've I've got kids in school, and they're moving to a place in kids schools on very well. How do I deal with that? So so we're just what we just wanna get out. I'll goal is to get on and reach more airman. And and tell them about the F association and how we can help. We'll be back with more from retired air force.

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"larry spencer" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Thirty three on this list at the great question Ryan high so Alex Kirschner blog he as he always does constantly. He's never not blogging. He did a blog on Notre Dame's lost eight straight big bowl games. This is sort of a big picture. Look at this. You know, the losses to the last two Yukon until so those are awesome. We all loved them. But at the big picture level every time over the past twenty years twenty three years. The Notre Dame has gotten into an actual bowl game of any substance. They lose usually really really badly. And he has thirty two three second behind only the BCS title game. But my resume was so good it. This is so good that forty one nine to fucking Oregon state is only fourth Notre Dame. We're cold Oklahoma. As long as can this be a group project is a football the ultimate group project is they're the ones who didn't sign up for the group project. That's the whole problem if you only gone in with the ACC, no, no doing ourselves. Do it ourselves just know you'll drag down my. Score in the in the interest of some fairness, I would like to say fuck everybody who is saying based on how Notre Dame played against Clemson. They should have been in the playoff in the first place because they are missing. They're missing like the most obvious problem with that argument. And that is and I think Roger Sherman maybe put it that hitting to fire coach who you're going gonna get. It's not even that. It's imagine the counterfactual world where Notre Dame didn't make the playoff. Maybe it's because we're backing BCS land only teams made it and those two teams were out Bama. And Clemson, maybe it's because we decided, you know, Georgia's getting that spot instead of Notre Dame because we think conference championship appearances matter. We'll get to that curb streets in charge. Do you really wanna live in a world where Notre Dame gets to piss and moan for literally ever? About the year where they went undefeated against perfectly respectable schedule allowed the they played were not as good as they usually are Stanford had on your USC down here. It's at a Michigan had Michigan year. Do do you wanna live in that world? We like like. Every for years everybody just pissed in moaned about why can't we settle it on the field? I don't trust these computers there watching me piss, and and now we have have don't have a Facebook account. So I wouldn't. Listen, all I'm saying is we settled it on the field. Is it better this Larry Spencer, Mesa great point reface book? But I yeah, I gotta agree with Ryan's overall argument here. How in the world? Did we get to the point where seeing Notre Dame get it's ask kicked in is a bad thing. This isn't that when you clock in for college football season, isn't this number one on your bucket list? I wanna see Notre Dame humiliated in the biggest possible way. Well, guess what had happened? Why aren't you happy? What is this probably your favorite empire at some point. You'll always be creepy or about Jesus than Clemson take that trophy. What is your favorite death and die hard? I think it's probably mine, and it's the lawyer, right? It's a cocaine snorting dude in the in the executive Ellis. Yeah. This has this Harry, Harry Ellis. I'm sure has a law degree wasn't going to be my answer. My answer was going to be the cocky, cocky FBI agents in the helicopter. I mean, that's pretty good helicopter death is super big in the nineteen eighties and nineteen nineties. I feel like that Moore is Oklahoma in sample. We we got helicopter guns. We'll be fine. We copter death teen Moore helicopter death. If you own a helicopter you've died. Well, I think that's a good life rule. Oklahoma. You died will. Well, you died there. Really? Did. I really did. Like, you're sitting there going him in and Kyle just it's not gonna make it this spectacular. Keep going Carl. I am realizing. Now that Carl the like main sidekick villain, a blonde behind a look..

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"larry spencer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Legislation has been signed. I will be reviewing our options. And we'll do everything we can to make sure the people that were state. The state are not ignored or overlooked. Both Iverson the incoming democratic attorney general have raised the possibility of suing, but no lawsuits have been filed as of yet. Ryan burrow, ABC news. The acting governor for a far east region of Russia near the sea of Japan is ready to officially take office yucca appears to have secured victory in Russia's Primorsky region. The candidate has been acting governor since September when the original vote was held in selection. The communist party challenger claimed that he was the rightful winner. Critics say the residents of the far east region, which includes the port city of level stock have been losing enthusiasm for the Kremlin because of pension reforms carried out this year in a video message to Primorsky residents on Sunday opposition figure Alexina Valmy told voters they had been insulted and humiliated by those in power correspondent, Juliet Chapman reporting from Moscow, New Hampshire. Authorities claim sparked a raging fire and a fireworks retailer now free on bail. Joseph champagne accused of recklessly discharging a shotgun at his nearby home around went through his wall and into the three thousand square foot store. It went up in flames and seconds damage from the blaze estimated between six hundred thousand and a million dollars. Nobody hurt champagne will be back in court next month. Another memorable night at the Miss Universe. Pageant ABC's. Larry Spencer tells us this year's event was groundbreaking history. Made at Miss Universe..

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"larry spencer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on KOMO

"Taking care was taken care of and. It was it was honestly. Just a bowl of excitement by tablets were fatal. Fatal. I would like to thank you very much. And it's not just Louisiana. The so-called layaway angels paying off tens of thousands of dollars in Colorado, Pennsylvania, New York, and Vermont where mystery man and a patriots jacket settled every account in the store that is the true magic of Christmas. That's the Christmas spirit. Walking amongst us. So the employees of that WalMart Louisiana say gale Benson is a saints. She was hoping to pay off those four hundred dollars anonymously. Team officials did confirm. It was her that guy in Vermont folks at the WalMart said, sir, who can we thank you said, call me, Chris cringle ABC's Larry Spencer in Canada. A Chinese eras has been arrested in China isn't happy. These are your world headlines from ABC news. The daughter of the wall way chief Mangan zoo has else the CFO of that mega telecoms company has been arrested in Canada on behalf of the US. She now faces possible extradition to the US and their reports that the DOJ has been investigating the company for violating US sanctions on Iran off the coast of Japan. A high stakes rescue is underway. Rescuers are still searching for five of seven crew members believed to have been onboard to US marine planes that collided. Mid air early Thursday morning. Two of them have so far been rescued and finally in Zimbabwe, a dream vacation has gone. Wrong americans. Kristen and Ryan yaldo were canoeing when a baby hippo hit the canoe attacked, Kristen, but she survived. It took fourteen hours to get her from a local clinic to a hospital in Johannesburg. But she's undergone surgery on her legs. I'm Ali hunter at the ABC news foreign desk in London. We check in with ABC news in two.

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"larry spencer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"larry spencer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on KOMO

"The latest from the KOMO forecast team. Remembering Burt Reynolds, a man known for his movies and his moustache Reynolds passed away this week at the age of eighty two after suffering, a heart attack ABC's Larry Spencer, sat down with him in two thousand fifteen to talk about his legacy with that, mustache and devil may care grin. Burt Reynolds became the bandage who captured our hearts, his tumultuous love life as popular as his movies from Dinah Shore who has twenty years a senior to Lonnie Anderson with whom he shared a son and a much publicized divorce and in two thousand fifteen he opened up to me about the one who got away you say that if we watch smoking the bandit, we will see you and Sally field falling in love his camera. That's true. You do. Twos. Logo my life. I really to this day. The most special woman. Data say you blew it with her. If you could say something to her today. What would you say? You're the best thing that ever happened to me spending time with me at his estate in Florida. He also confided. There were some film roles that got away were you really consider for JAMES BOND. Yes. I would have loved that. I see it could have done. Well, except this is what I said an American can't play JAMES BOND. Oops. Could've done. This one blew me away Han solo. Stupid. No. You're busy. No. I wasn't. Oh, busy. I couldn't have done. But at the end of the day Reynolds told me despite the highs and lows of his career and his personal life. The most important thing.

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"larry spencer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on KOMO

"This week suggesting it may also lower your risk of colon cancer trish nurses mayo feller spoke of good morning america larry spencer about additional results from this study said big study huge international study what does it tell us about vitamin d okay so this study found that there was an association between higher levels of vitamin d near blinding colon cancer risk the association was stronger for women than for men however they found that when both women and men were deficient they were thirty percent thirty one percent more likely to have colon cancer you know colon cancer is the third most common cancer in the country yeah this is it's really huge so we want to do a little true false than you guys will help us out you've you're we're gonna ask you a question let us know what you think true or false here we go i out broccoli has more vitamin d than mel true or false skies broccoli more vitamin d yes absolutely broccoli is healthy however it is not a source vitamin d that you should be looking towards all right so spending time in the sun a recommended way to increase vitamin d what do you guys think true or false false look in i know sorry in the past we used to say go sit in the sun but now with everything that we know about skin cancer it's not our first look i re we're getting a d in our vitamin d lesson right we are learning and it's important last thing i want to ask you is how much vitamin d do we need what does it look like for us okay so the average american under the age of seventy six hundred i use a vitamin d.

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"larry spencer" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2

LA Talk Radio Channel 2

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2

"Showed up to the coen trial we didn't need to be there and you made a statement afterwards he didn't need to make a fucking statement you didn't need to be there it's not your trial it's not your quarter parents but she showed up anyway to get some publicity because that's what it's all about it's about pr it's about publicity and she says oh i didn't get in for that the well really you're you're charging seventy five thousand dollars when you used to charge about maybe twenty five for an appearance fee and now you're charging seventy five thousand and you're doubled your bookings after this happened but you're not doing it for publicity no you're doing it because you were wronged seriously sister good god is pull on this one you know played single bells and i'm and these articles and i and i look at the person who wrote it and every time i read an article like this where there's some salacious title then you start to read it and there's nothing to or the story is stupid and they just put trump's name and it just for you to read the article there's nothing to it though or or there's another article like here's an example there's the laura spencer article this had nothing to do with trump but this is lara spencer not lawrence larry spencer from good morning america which you know i i'm gonna stop hitting this mike man larry spencer so the article says the title was something in the long lines of staffers and m a are glad to see that larry spencer will have less days on the show right meaning they can't stand her that's the that's the gist of it and and you want to find out why they can't stand her so the you know the article goes on the the author of the article just pretty much the whole point of this i wanna say is three paragraphs elise the whole point of this three paragraph article was the point out that hilarious spencer is bitch that was it there was nothing else to it but to point out that people at gm may think larry spencer is a bitch what what point does that serve what how is that news how was that anything important.

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"larry spencer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Cleveland at tristan's house because all the baby garrett's there oh yeah he was there for the birth no lexi lexi sorry we to ask you the buzzer has gone off elizabeth i know that's why i had to talk so fast okay i've learned how to work this show over the years smarter get when i need to get done okay let's talk about some morning news gossip so page six reporting the last couple of days about some staffing changes that good morning america larry spencer is according to page six trying to make it appear like the fact that she hasn't been on the show very much is by choice page six saying that show staffers are cheering because her schedule has been slashed that they don't love her flea market flip show she does that insiders are saying lara's good at her job but it's not like the ratings are affected when she's not on the show yeah i tend to not always want to immediately believe the stories of how everybody on the staff hates her because we wouldn't want that said about us i'm in a job like this how ever we have heard this a lot like these rumors we'll come like katie couric i was very i love her but i was very real those rumors about katie went on for years and years and years and years and years and sometimes where there's smoke there is actually fire however i think it has to do with the fact that you know they paid a lot of money for michael strahan no and they paid they got him off they went through a lot of turmoil to get michael on there and it seems very realistic to me and very normal for them to want to concentrate on those three well we don't know it just gets a little diluted sometimes with five five people as your main anchors i make fun of all the time i say gm with their twentyseven anchors twenty seven people on that show i know it's like the today show has twenty seven hours yeah so anyway we'll keep you posted on that one see what's going on there oh.

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"larry spencer" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Robin tony is four five two great on that mental as merriment list a dealer with the simon and yet we talked to him believe she put him he's a charmer now of you there show she was also good on it i i wonder if he could reader mine how much we despised kathleen turner sixty three years old they there was a time can turn it as was was was out was my penises favored actress was she was all body he must use everything analyses just lock thought everybody yeah nods but everybody montages of using the privilege noone looks is good is the right but still rights well la salle about are looking at sounding what has happened she is one of march simpson's sisters that's what's happened aggregate it acts they'll be our god should talk together beholder neck it's called her mouth vanessa martinez's thirty eight years old today you dance see he's forty two felicia rashad is sixty nine media sarah celebrate the fiftieth birthday and larry spencer laugh where'd you hide my bottle lara she is forty eight years old today ralph grown show biz b v driven by the all new 2017 subaru imprezza it's versatility in some countries road trip 2017 concert tickets entrance brought to you by the house can't paper called tuition here's.

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"larry spencer" Discussed on MIX 104.1

MIX 104.1

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"larry spencer" Discussed on MIX 104.1

"When michael left live with kelly micro when i was a big and everyone is like kelly semyon michael's the lovely i was totally team kelly i'm the whole time thing is but any event there is a lot of talk no yeah yeah and that she was the reason he was leaving well michael string and apparently not the great fellow everybody says he was insider say they roll up the carpet for michael stray hand while the rest of the season talent is treated like a dirt he's been given a lot of opportunity flexibility what others have been there working longer don't get that kind of treatment and larry spencer feels like hertl has been minimize since mike about their sources say there's not a level of between the two they know how to putting on for the cameras but he's doing a lot of what larry should be doing on the show in she is not happy that's what happens when you're the star tom brady gets different treatment by coach then other players there's the star has now there's a rest of you but he's not the start he's not the and we first opened up a less over it says he's bored to fluffy goes into work he does the show he leads by eight fifty seven am he doesn't interact has been phoning it in for quite some time yeah second how town them that memo michael over his spot that happen so you know how when you love us on sometimes you just putting on a played over never never your car yeah okay well this woman did this and she's and you know because of it one song pretty was so you're bryce hughes convicted of committing a hall leon acceptable level of disturbance driving your neighbor's crazy with loud noise is on one occasion she played ed syrian shape of you over and over for thirty minutes straight ten times when they were called and said that was the straw to break the campbell's back two sets to eight weeks behind bars okay this seems like he's been doing it i took him out i i think there's a lot of other things with this to this rather record him out they're saying but either way it's a pretty high on and i don't.

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