35 Burst results for "Last Summer"

Why Gratitude Is a Moral Necessity Today and Every Day

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 2 d ago

Why Gratitude Is a Moral Necessity Today and Every Day

"About what is the philosophical and moral theme of Thanksgiving? It's gratitude. Now, I was on Tim pool's live stream over the summer with a left wing YouTuber by the name of vous. It was actually a good discussion. And vous asked me, he said Charlie, what should the goal of education be? And I said the goal should be gratitude. Now I was ridiculed and attacked from the other side from the kind of young self righteous narcissistic YouTube class. I guess gamer people, what would you call these people? I don't know. Not against video games. I'm not a huge fan of them, but if you want to play them in your own time, whatever. So and he said, how could you possibly say the goal is gratitude? Now, I think that there was probably a communication breakdown that they thought that I was saying that the goal of education was learning to say thank you, which is not incorrect. It's just incomplete. No, no, what I was saying is that if you have a citizenry that is unthankful instead of thankful for the nation they live in, then bad politics will follow. Gratitude is necessary to live a happy, full and complete life. When you are thankful, which is hopefully something we're going to be doing the next couple days, you are appreciative and less likely to want to tear down what came before you.

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Expect to pay more for Christmas trees, experts say

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Expect to pay more for Christmas trees, experts say

"Experts say pandemic factors are just one reason for higher prices on Christmas trees for twenty twenty one the American Christmas tree association representing retailers says lumber trucking and fuel prices are up some stores say they're still waiting for shipments from China people seeking holiday cheer during the pandemic go over the top sales for Christmas trees last year so now a dark the owner of a Christmas tree farm on Long Island tells Newsday newspaper they sold out of mature trees last year and also sold many that weren't mature yet leaving the farm with fewer trees to sell this year Cindy Belushi and is a tree seller in Clovis California we have a shortage anyway of trees he told KFSM that the tree growing industry was hard hit by record summer heat in some areas of Oregon the crop was cut about forty percent I'm Jennifer king

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Congressman Jim Jordon Explains the GOP's 3-Step Plan to Rein in Big Tech

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:56 min | Last week

Congressman Jim Jordon Explains the GOP's 3-Step Plan to Rein in Big Tech

"Congressman Jordan, I was invited after the election to meet with one of the top members of not the political conservative class, but the RNC itself. And I said, fine, I'll meet with you. We had lunch very close to my studio here and I he asked me my advice as to what should happen now. Now that allegedly Biden won. And I said, if you guys want to be taken seriously by America, by at least 74 million Americans, if the Republicans want to be seen as serious, there's only two issues you must prioritize right now. One of them is election integrity. We've got to get serious on making it impossible or hard to steal elections even in cities like Philadelphia and Chicago. The second thing I said is big tech. You've got to be as serious as a heart attack on stopping the censorship of any American. Will you talk to us about what you're seeing from your colleagues? Does the GLP get it? Do we have a plan when it comes to big tech congressman? Yeah. Yeah. The first thing is, take away their liability protection. At a minimum, we've got to get rid of the section two 30. Take away this immunity, this liability protection that they've enjoyed. They're making editorial decisions. They're sensitive and conservative. I always always tell the story that this was a couple of summers back. I guess we'll come back in 2018. But Matt Gates gives me a call, and he says, Jim, Twitter is shadow banning us. And I'm like, I didn't know which out of any man. I said, well, that sounds terrible. Now, what is he explained to me? Turned out it was. They were in fact a shadow banning Gates represented Meadows representative Nunes and myself. So you got 435 members of Congress, got a hundred senators 535, only four. Only four were being shadow banned by Twitter. And it happened to be right in the middle of the whole Trump Russia investigation when we were pushing back on all the BS coming from the Justice Department. So this becomes a news and Twitter sends out a statement that says well, it was just a glitch in our algorithm. And I'm like, glitching your algorithm, what did you put in the algorithm the names Gates Meadows known as Jordan? Give me a break. So you're exactly right. So that's step one. Step two is we actually need to get that. There are some antitrust cases happening. We need to get those to the Supreme Court on an expedited fashion, so that we can get an answer. It sure seems like justice Thomas wants to look at this. Are these companies so big and so powerful that we need to break them up? Do we need to reform our antitrust? How do we have to do it? So we think that is that's the second avenue that we have to do. And then third, we need to look at, I think, regular Americans having a private right of action against these companies, the ability to sue when they censor you when they take down your content, when they throttle back your ability to reach people via social media. So I think those are the three things that we're trying to look at, but certainly to start its dissection two 30, that needs to happen

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Rep. Jim Jordon on Moving Forward After the Events of January 6th

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | Last week

Rep. Jim Jordon on Moving Forward After the Events of January 6th

"Welcome back. This is one O one with me Sebastian walker and congressman Jim Jordan. We have to mention it that congressman because it is being used as a political weapon as we speak. We are seeing the creation of this committee to hound a Trump supporters to subpoena his cabinet members, his chief of staff. Will he give us your take on the significance of January 6th and what it means moving forward for the next election in the election after? Well, a little bit. I mean, we all know that what happened on January 6th at the capitol was wrong. And people who did wrong and actually committed crimes should be held accountable and they are. There's been 600 people indicted and they're being prosecuted. So but what I think would have been nice from the other side, from the Democrats, Republicans have been consistent. We have condemned the violence every single time it happened. We condemn it on January 6th and we condemned it in the summer of 2020 when rioters and looters were destroying small businesses were attacking law enforcement harming law enforcement in some cases, they killed law enforcement officer killed police officers, where would the Democrats then? They were setting up a fundraising money to bail these same people out of jail. So it had been nice if they were consistent as far as the committee galves. This select committee, it is a complete political operation. This is not about getting to the truth. This is not about figuring out why the capital didn't have the proper security posture that day that important day as Ruth Bader Ginsburg said is the ultimate date of significance in a presidential election process. So why it wasn't properly protected only Nancy Pelosi get answer that. But this thing is political and if they persist if they actually force and go after the chief of staff to the president of the United States, if they go after Mark Meadows, and they cross this line that hasn't been crossed before and pursue this and hold Mark Meadows in some kind of crazy criminal contempt. If they do that, it's unprecedented. I think it's dangerous for our country, but if they cross that line, there's a lot of people we're going to want to talk to if and when we get back in the

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Conservatives are Winning

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:33 min | Last week

Rep. Jim Jordan: Conservatives are Winning

"Democrats object to more states in 2017 than Republicans did last week, but somehow we're wrong. Democrats can raise bail for riders and looters this summer, but somehow when Republicans condemn all the violence, the violence this summer, the violence last week, somehow we're wrong. It's very easy to lose faith my Friends to give up and say that's it. The crazies, the radicals are taking over. But then you hear speeches like that and you are reinvigorated and you realize there are some good men and women left in the swamp who are fighting and fighting to save our republic. That, of course, was congressman Jim Jordan, the ranking member of the judiciary committee representing the beautiful fourth district of Ohio and we are deeply honored to have him with us for one of our one on one discussions here on America first. Congressman Jordan welcome. Good to be with you, Sebastian, and thank you for having me, and thank you more importantly for all you do to protect freedom in our constitutional system and this great country. So it's good to be with you. Well, thank you for those kind words. We have so much discuss. You've got a new book coming out next week. We'll talk about that as well. But I'm going to do things a little bit differently on this one on one. I usually wait until deeper into the conversation to ask this question. But because of your role as an inspiration to those who, you know, fighting at school board levels of fighting across the country. Let me ask you this question right now. Are we finally beginning to win are the results in the Commonwealth of Virginia, maybe a taste of what is to come congressman? I think you're exactly right. I think it's going to build. I said this when Merrick Garland, Merrick Garland came in front of the judiciary committee a few weeks ago, I said, what you did when you guys spied on parents set up this snitch line on parents. I think that's the catalyst for a great reawakening for freedom in this country for the judeo Christian ethics and values and principles in this country that make us the greatest, the greatest nation ever. So I do feel confident and then we saw those results in Virginia sparked by moms and dads, having the courage. And one thing we all know courage is contagious. One mom stands up and defends her son or daughter and says, I don't want this racist hate America curriculum taught to my kids. One mom does it, then it's two moms and it's dads and it's and pretty soon you have a Republican governor in Virginia. And that is going to spread across this country. So yeah, we're Americans. We got to be optimistic and I am very optimistic. Yeah,

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Kyle Rittenhouse acquitted on all charges in Kenosha shootings

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Kyle Rittenhouse acquitted on all charges in Kenosha shootings

"A jury finds Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty of all charges for fatally shooting two men and wounding a third during protests in Kenosha Wisconsin after three and a half days of deliberations by the defendant Kyle H. red house not guilty Rittenhouse sagged and collapsed he was acquitted of all charges Rittenhouse brought an A. R. style semi automatic rifle and a medical kit to night of tumultuous protests over police violence in the summer of twenty twenty Rittenhouse argued self defense in the shooting of Joseph Rosen bomb saying he was attacked then after being chased by bystanders shot to death protestor Anthony Huber who hit him with a skateboard and wounded demonstrator gauge grow scribes who admitted pointing a gun of his own at Rittenhouse here's defense attorney mark Richards once our individual selves this in this country for some

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 Nebraska's 1.9% unemployment rate the lowest on record in US

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Nebraska's 1.9% unemployment rate the lowest on record in US

"Fewer Americans are applying for unemployment remember March in April of last year when Kobe had slammed the economy many businesses closed many Americans were locked down at home because of the health risk employers slashed more than twenty two million jobs but the economy began to recover last summer now many employers are struggling to keep up with an unexpected surge in demand they're scrambling to fill job openings and near record ten point four million in September meanwhile the number of Americans who applied for unemployment last week fell for the seventh week in a row to a pandemic low of two hundred sixty eight thousand I'm

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 Ex-'Apprentice' contestant Zervos drops suit against Trump

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ex-'Apprentice' contestant Zervos drops suit against Trump

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former apprentice contestant dropped her lawsuit against the Donald Trump former apprentice contestant summer Zervos has dropped her defamation lawsuit against former president Donald Trump Zervos accused trump of sexual assault saying he kissed and groped her against her will in two thousand seven allegations trump denied she sued that then president in New York state court in twenty seventeen saying he damaged her reputation when he said she and other women alleging sexual assault and harassment or making things up since Mr trump has not issued a retraction as I requested he

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Norman Stone on the Success of His Latest Film 'The Most Reluctant Convert'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

Norman Stone on the Success of His Latest Film 'The Most Reluctant Convert'

"Votes my guess is Norman stone film director and the film we're discussing the new film is the most reluctant convert all around the country all around the world, but you can find it at C. S. Lewis movie dot com C. S. Lewis movie dot com. You have to be excited about the success of this film Norman. I mean, it's one thing to have artistic success. You've never not had that. I've watched your stuff. But to have people respond, has to be very gratifying. It's you Americans. When I work for the BBC, I was known as the half American kid because I loved it over here. I like Americans. And I love filming in America, and so on. And that stays, but even me with my experience of your visionary possibilities. This is grown me away. We came over for Wednesday. What is it now? Monday, Tuesday. Tuesday. Wait and say again, I saw that again. I don't know. We came over here. It's a day. We came over here and there was this meant to be this little launch with summer and then discovered it's going to be elsewhere. But it just got bigger and bigger and bigger. It tells me two things. It tells me that people are hungry for this story, which is great. And it tells me that I can swing open the library doors to the rest of Lewis. Somebody asked me that when I was doing the first shutter lands and I said, what do you want to achieve? And I was a good question. And I said, really what I'd like to achieve is swing open the library doors, because if you haven't read Lewis, and you're not aware of him, it's all there. It's all there. He's sold a billion. A quarter of a billion must get too exaggerated. He sold a quarter of a billion books. I don't know if it's done that. He has died in the 63. He's selling more books every year than the previous year don't you hate people

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Tucker Carlson: By the Time Kyle Rittenhouse Testified, He Already Won the Case

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Tucker Carlson: By the Time Kyle Rittenhouse Testified, He Already Won the Case

"You know, the three people that Kyle rittenhouse shot, one of them was chasing him down, according to the witnesses violently threatening him, trying to get his gun from him. And was advancing on him. Another one was hitting him in the head and the neck with a skateboard, and another one, the other one, the third one, pointed a gun at him. Those are the three people he shot. It seems pretty open and shut self defense to me. I want you to listen to Tucker Carlson's monologue last night, which sort of summed up what we've witnessed so far in the Kyle rittenhouse. Trial. In the meantime, site, the Kyle rittenhouse trial continued today in Wisconsin. And a move that surprise lawyers everywhere. Rittenhouse took the stand in his own defense. That is unusual in criminal cases and it's especially unusual and murder trials. And the reason is simple, the stakes are too high. One wrong answer in a cross examination, and you could wind up spending life in prison. But this case was different. By the time he testified today, Kyle rittenhouse had already won the case. At this point, there was no remaining doubt that Kyle rittenhouse acted in self defense during the riots last summer in Kenosha. Every shot written house fired was captured on videotape and from multiple angles. Every single witness who testified this week at the trial confirmed exactly what happened. And here are the facts of it. A convicted child rapist called Joseph rosenbaum was released from a mental hospital. And then went directly to join the mob that was burning downtown Kenosha. Once he got to the riot, rosenbaum saw Kyle rittenhouse and immediately threatened to kill him. Rosenbaum then chased rittenhouse and tried to pull the gun from his hands. When he did that, Kyle rittenhouse shot him. So Joseph rosenbaum died as he had lived, trying to touch unwilling minor. At this point, rittenhouse ran defined police, a mob then chased him down the street, howling for his death, a rioter jumped on rittenhouse and knocked him to the ground. Another smashed him in the face with a skateboard. Yet another drew loaded gun and pointed it in his face. And how shot the second two men, one of them fatally. So those are the facts. And there's no way to interpret them except for what they are. The exercise of self defense. Rittenhouse shot people, so he would not be

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Nancy Pelosi Flaunts US Return to Climate Leadership After 'Unfortunate' Trump Years

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Nancy Pelosi Flaunts US Return to Climate Leadership After 'Unfortunate' Trump Years

"Do you know Pelosi yesterday? She's at this climate change summit. How long is the climate change summit gonna go? Till 2026, this is the longest summit in the history of summits. Boy, I hope they can figure out how to solve the polar bears being stranded out there on the melting icebergs by summer. Maybe they could figure this out by summer of 2023. They're still going on. Everybody's going over there in their private jets because I guarantee you Pelosi didn't fly private. I mean, a commercial. And she talked about the dark time the nation just came out of with the four years of Trump. Yeah, nothing screams dark times like record unemployment like more money in our bank accounts than ever before than a controlled border, respect for the military, historic jobs, creation. Yeah, yeah, real dark time, lady, keep spinning. Keep

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Debunking the Case Against Kyle Rittenhouse With Jack Posobiec

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Debunking the Case Against Kyle Rittenhouse With Jack Posobiec

"With us as a friend of mine and I think you could call him the resident Catholic contributor. He's a godly man. He's patriotic courageous. You know him as Jack pass sobic from human events daily brought to you by turning point USA. Jack, there's a lot I want to talk to you about. Good to see you. And but let's start with kind of how your honorable fixation has honestly made me more interested and let's say fixated on the Kyle rittenhouse story. A lot of our listeners don't have a lot of they're not really aware of what's happening. This is not being covered as much as the Floyd saga. Let's start from the beginning. What happened? Who is Kyle rittenhouse? What is he charged with? Just start from the beginning and then we'll work through the current. Yeah, sure, no, thanks, Charlie, and appreciate the intro there. So what happened with Kyle rittenhouse? You have to go back to the summer of rage of 2020. Florida palus. Right. That was exactly. That was peppered throughout with these ubiquitous protests during the day and then riots looting arson at night. And in one of the cities, actually a small city called Kenosha, Wisconsin about an hour north of Chicago about an hour south of Milwaukee right in between. Following the police shooting of a criminal named Jacob Blake, who charged a police officer with an extended knife. There were multiple nights of rioting, looting and arson, the descendant upon this town from people who, by the way, mostly, were not actually from Kenosha Wisconsin. They were again, as I mentioned from Milwaukee and Chicago. This is in between them. And so on night three of this, you've got people that are scared out of their minds in the community. You've got people and we heard this in jury selection that were going into the local churches with their families to say, maybe if we go in here, we'll be safe because hopefully they won't attack a church. That's how bad it got in the village of Kenosha that night by night three. So Kyle rittenhouse was at the time 17 years old. He was about 15 minutes away, drove in with his friend and some others who had been asked to be there. To help protect the town, Kyle worked as a lifeguard in Kenosha. He had also been around there earlier that day, scrubbing off graffiti from the walls, right? By all intents and purposes we know that this is a guy who was there who cares about his hometown of use this as his hometown and wants to do the right thing doesn't like to see these roving bands of marauders coming through this. Well, as the night continues, the Nike continues Kyle's there. He's trying to offer medical aid to people on both sides, by the way, running around saying, does anyone need medical? Does anyone need this? He does have an AR-15 style rifle in order to defend himself. But for the most part of the night, he's not carrying that is kind of strapped on, but he's carrying a fire extinguisher to help put out fires at this car lot, as car dealership that has been attacked by these arsonists. So at one point, he hears about a car lot that's going off. This is a business that is multiple lots around town. So he's running to go put out the fire while carrying a fire extinguisher. Multiple members of this mob see him target him and begin chasing him through the street and then through the parking lot and at one point we just saw an HD footage today for the very first time. One of the assailants actually reaches for his gun after cornering tile in between a group of parked cars and at that point Kyle take steps to defend himself.

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Mark Levin Shows the Proof of Media Leaks Conspired to Attack Trump

Mark Levin

02:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Mark Levin Shows the Proof of Media Leaks Conspired to Attack Trump

"Well March 1 exhibit 6 Obama administration rushed to preserve intelligence of Russian election hacking In the Obama administration's last days listen to this some White House officials scrambled to spread information about Russian efforts to undermine the presidential election and about possible contacts between associates of president elect Trump and Russians across the government I'm not done Exhibit 7 New York Times Flynn has said to have talked to Russians about sanctions Trump took office Well where'd they get this information Well Mark you know the fisa court they're always monitoring the Russian ambassador So how do we know that Maybe they are maybe they're not That there's an awful lot of other activity Here we have Washington Post one more Washington Post march 2nd U.S. investigators have examined context attorney general Sessions had with Russian officials during the time he was advising Donald Trump's campaign The focus of the U.S. counterintelligence investigation has been on communication between Trump campaign officials in Russia Listen to this The inquiry involving Sessions is examining his context while serving as Trump's foreign policy adviser in the spring and summer of 2016 This has been going on for a year So here I had live now Peace together leaks that were coming out of The White House the FBI the intelligence agencies and Congress To the Friends in the media and they were reporting these leaks so I'm pulling them together and saying wait a second These phony journalists these propagandists are putting out stories and trying to hurt Trump But if you put them together you see a conspiracy A conspiracy within the federal government where they are where they are eavesdropping in one form or another where they are using the Patriot Act The fisa court where they are using the media where information is dribbling out and so I pulled it together from these different there was a lot more of these stories and look at this Look at what they're doing to Trump and his people

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Justice Department sues Texas over new voting law

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Justice Department sues Texas over new voting law

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the bike did ministration sues Texas over new voting restrictions the bite did ministration has sued the Texas over new rules for mail in voting requirements and voter assistance the justice department argues the new rules violate federal civil rights protections Senate bill one has been a point of contention in the Texas legislature for months more than fifty Democrats in the state legislature walked out and decamped to Washington this summer bringing proceedings to a halt for thirty eight days Texas is among at least eighteen states that have enacted new voting restrictions since the twenty twenty election in part driven by former president Donald trump's false claims that the election was stolen hi

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Rittenhouse trial: Someone else fired into the air first

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Rittenhouse trial: Someone else fired into the air first

"Testimony continues in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse charged with shooting three men and killing two of them at a protest in Kenosha Wisconsin last summer prosecutors are portraying Kyle Rittenhouse as the instigator of the bloodshed well those attorneys are arguing that he acted in self defense prosecutor Thomas bigger played video interviewed Richie McGinniss but the conservative website the daily caller who interviewed Rittenhouse before the shooting I saw a lot of people who are medics some of whom were arms but not within the air fifteen that I recall detective Martin Howard testified that footage shows a protester fired a shot into the air about two and a half seconds before Rittenhouse began firing Joseph Rosenbaum trial audio courtesy of court TV I'm Jennifer king

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'Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right': Chris Christie Discusses the Capitol Riots and BLM Protests

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

'Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right': Chris Christie Discusses the Capitol Riots and BLM Protests

"There. We got to talk about, you know, the debate about January 6th in our world. You got people. I mean, I think the common sense reaction to January 6th is that it was a horrible, terrible, unforgivable kind of event, but it was not Pearl Harbor meets 9 11 meets Armageddon. It was not something that should be weaponized politically, there are a whole lot of people who think that January 6th coverage is sort of backfiring on a common sense perspective that says, wait a minute. What about all of the buildings that were burned to the ground and the rioting and the police precincts? Torched and the federal courthouse put on fire. To many my listeners governor, January 6th was terrible, but it sort of paled in comparison to the George Floyd riots. Is that fair? Well, look, I think what's fair is what my mother taught me. Two wrongs don't make a right. And the fact is that what happened over the summer and the violence that happened all across the country in the summer after the George Floyd murder was completely unacceptable conduct and it was rationalized and justified and in many ways supported by large elements of the Democratic Party. And that's absolutely unacceptable. And we should as a country be ashamed that that stuff was going on. By the same token, what happened on January 6th in an attempt to interfere with or intimidate elected officials from doing their constitutional duty as to do that at the cost of the kind of vandalism and damage that happened at the United States Capitol is also wrong. And I think that people who are trying to make January 6th more than that are doing it for purely political reasons. And so we need to save this is wrong. Those who encouraged it and didn't stand in front of stopping it, were wrong. But by the way, the Democratic Party as well has a great deal to answer for regarding the violence that happened in the summer, George Floyd made this country more divided, made this country more angry and made violence normalized. And that is an awful awful sin to have committed as a public official in this

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Astrophysicist Sarah Salviander Shares Her Story

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Astrophysicist Sarah Salviander Shares Her Story

"Sarah salvi and her welcome. Thank you so much. Am I pronouncing your name correctly? Yeah, you are. Right on. Okay. That's really my goal in these interviews. You're an astrophysicist. Not many people that I know of can can legitimately say yes, I am an astrophysicist. So anybody who's an astrophysicist, you want to say, how did that happen? But especially if it is a woman to whom I'm talking to, I'm all the more intrigued because as we know women tend to be underrepresented underrepresented in the sciences, at least so I've been told. So what is your story? Where did you grow up and how did you find your way into being an astrophysicist and then later on, we'll talk about God and black holes and all that amazing stuff. But tell us your story. Okay, yeah, I grew up in Canada. I'm actually an American, but my parents moved us up to Canada at a young age. They were atheist socialist kind of political activist types. They wanted us to grow up in a more secular atmosphere and so we were raising peace my brother and I. And at a young age, I became a space junkie. I'm going to credit Star Wars and Star Trek. This is the stuff that I grew up with. Just absolutely fell in love with space. And for a long time, I wanted to be an astronaut, but when I realized that actual space travel involved very uncomfortable conditions and wasn't at all like being on the starship enterprise, I kind of gave that up. You said I'd rather wait 500 years until they work out those kinks because I don't want to be cramped in a capsule, right? Yeah, so incredibly uncomfortable conditions not glamorous and exciting at all. Like you see in the movies. And so I decided that I wanted to explore space in a different way, which is through science. And so I became dedicated to the idea that I was going to become some kind of a space scientist, either an engineer, or a scientist, tried engineering first didn't really like it. And then majored in physics and absolutely fell in love with it. And I was lucky enough to get summer intern position at UC San Diego, working it for the center of astrophysics and space sciences. Got to do some cosmological work, Big Bang the astrophysicists just

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Why Are We Judging People by the Color of Their Skin, Not the Content of Their Character?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Are We Judging People by the Color of Their Skin, Not the Content of Their Character?

"Well, last year, after the incident with George Floyd, and the $2 billion of damages that ensued after that, in the summer last summer, all of a sudden we decided to completely and totally redesign American society. We decided to prioritize people based on race, not on character. We decided to change the way that we actually implement graduation ceremonies, where we'll get into some of these examples. But did you know 75 colleges across the country now do graduation ceremonies based on race? So black only graduation ceremony, Hispanic only graduation ceremony, white only graduation ceremony. We are resegregating American society. In Georgia public schools, they have black kids go to one classroom, white kids go to another classroom. Though this idea of that we should care about the skin color and the content of people's skin color, not of their character, is not a new phenomenon, but it's new for my lifetime. That's for sure. You know, I'm 27 about the 28 tomorrow and I'm holding on as long as I can. And. I feel like I'm 55 when I say this. The country I grew up in, it's true, never would have put up with us. Never would have put up with this idea of organizing people based on things they can't change rather than on things they can change. And there's obvious exceptions to this, but the general rule is that we should always try to prioritize public policy and laws based on things you can change. Human action, how hard do you work? What is your character? Are you trying to improve your life? Things you can't change, not a good idea to organize society around that. And a great example is if you can not change your race or your ethnicity, then why would you possibly make that a priority or a preference in trying to say in racial hiring practices or in admissions standards or graduation ceremony

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"last summer" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:01 min | 3 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Not allowed to take kohl's comes out ks kohl's and what happens to the partnership there. I'm in your head. A my in your head happened to report earnings. Today the operating margins were twice with the street was looking for fantastic colorado. Kohl's reward in terms of the stock and they do have a relationship with the amazon don't they. Dan wouldn't that make a lot of sense. Haven't you heard that before on. Cnbc's fast money at five o'clock weekdays. You have in fact your health you have on the is there war of convergence. Do you think nadine between amazon and walmart. Will you see them. Obviously by this saying that they need to have space. They need to have places that people can go. But i do. I actually concerned that they would buy cool. So i think that you know when i look at that The print today was great articles. Great macy's played shop at a drop it on monday but one of the problems is people paid high prices because there wasn't much supply and is back to school. There's adults going back to work. So i don't want them overpaying when we're having a really good moment when we see a deceleration call it after the the fourth quarter so while i do like amazon going after you know retail boxes. Because i don't want to pay for an acquisition. You had a little trade. Pete on macy's i hear. Yeah macy's really did get tipped off a little bit melwood when we look at. What's going on the options markets. We had buyer's three buyers just in the last week or so in macy's and obviously you look at a stock like this that can make these kinds of moves like it did today and the reason behind that is this is still a stock that has an incredibly high short interest. So we talk about this all the time but that absolutely sometimes can cause stocks to move. I call it a rationally. And i think that's exactly what we saw today so we had a really big move out of that. The last thing. I'd say about amazon mel it gives distribution and that's something that amazon is definitely reaching towards when you look at that target number one of the things. All their numbers were great. Obviously stocks run up into this number and it sold off now somewhat. But i still look at that. And i look at their distribution target always talks about the efficiency deficiencies that they have coming out of their stores. And that is a really big deal and because they do that that causes them to be that much more efficient that much better in terms of the margins and so forth so i think this is a move that they're going to start seeing more. We're going to start seeing more and more of amazon starting to move across the country for these types of stores. Dan you worried at amazon might by kohl's That makes sense for me perspective. But i really do think it's about logistics. It's about like smile. It's about returns about a lot of things so they might be just buying cheap real estate and do away with that brand. I don't think that brand works. Well probably for their audience especially on their customers especially when they know. They're going head to head right now with walmart. That owns board. Customer coming up. Netflix shares jumping today. What we.

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"last summer" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:15 min | 3 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Has rallied to that downtrend line of his failed to the penny. If one wasn't literally perfect timing it's been nothing but a headache since actually is continued. Its drop falling. Nearly seven percents What a call that was. The master says do not be tempted to buy. This fullback though carter worth of cornerstone macro is here to start it out carter. What do you see. I'm always tempted. I mean that's the thing and that's what makes a market so fascinating interesting Let's look at a few crude. Wti charts first and then go onto energy so the first charter you see on the screen. Course that's just the one year chart of wti with trend line drawn. And obviously we have a break in trend. We're down almost twenty percent here and so the question is is there any real insight at this particular moment. The truth is no take a look at the next chart and look at the annotations that i have there so we know you have a low down in october at thirty four dollars a barrel and we have a peak just three months ago. Seventy seven and we've given back. Yes fourteen dollars a barrel where we are now at sixty three well. It's not random right that fourteen dollar decline is exactly thirty three percent of the preceding advance of forty three dollars so the question is having given back a third of the preceding advance is oil. Maybe where it belongs. I think it is the delta might be causing this As discussed just moments ago but the point is it's really about energy stocks and let's talk about that because i just think it's that trap that keeps on trapping so i just put the whole sector in perspective. We know that it's only two point. Seven percent of the entire snp twenty-three stocks and a total market cap of nine hundred billion. Now look at this comparative chart. This is the energy sector versus the snp going back. As far as data is available for the current geeks sector data in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and at this point the s and p is beating the energy sector almost fold. and so. That's the tempting party looking at those two winds and thinking you know maybe we should play energy because it's so bad it's good but the problem with that is nuts. Look at the last. Two charts is one is had to be perfect in their timing. And you see that here. This is over the past three years. You've had two brief windows where it was sort of right to be long energy. The bottom panel is relative performance of the sector to the s&p and it is failed every single time at that down. From one final chart. I've tried to annotate here The two instances one was a three month period was a former period where there was actually any alpha at all in the energy sector over the past for years and so one It almost imputes to the practitioner timing expertise that doesn't exist. It's just been too hard not worth the head. And then there's this and only two point seven percent of the snp. Maybe why bother. Thank you very much carter. Before we trade. The trap that keeps on trappings. Carter calls that we do have some breaking.

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"last summer" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:32 min | 3 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Got earnings alert on applied materials. Let's get straight to josh. Lit de details josh. So melissa heading into this member applied materials was up about fifty percent this year. There was down about ten percent in the past two weeks. It's for the print beats on the bottom and the top four guidance one eighty seven to two one versus expectations of a buck. Eighty one revenue six point. Three billion plus or minus two hundred fifty million versus expectations. They're six point. Zero four billion checked in with stifles. Patrick ho he calls he strong results. Keefer outlook he says is promising. A man is one of the best position companies yards to benefit from this chip shortage and growth in the equipment space over the next several years. So why the lack of enthusiasm though he after hours. Here patrick staying. There are concerns among some investors around peaking of this semi cycle here. Though patrick says he does not believe that to be the case on the call co gary dickerson saying for near-term market conditions. No significant changes. His outlook demand is strong. He says it's sustainable. There's never been a more exciting time for semi companies back to you all right. Thanks a lot josh. Usually don't make much of a stop being unchanged in the after hours in the back of earnings but actually in this particular case this could actually be very important that is holding onto its gains guy. It's interesting and listen. I happen to think this is a great quarter and dance gonna make fun of me. Because i'm gonna mentioned what operating margins came in close to thirty three percent twenty six percent a year ago. So they're improving on that metric guided higher for the fourth quarter. Everything's good valuation is reasonable. The one thing that concerns me. If i may put my carter. Braxton worth at is you have this massive double top at one forty six so the socks gotta get off the mat here and get into the low thirties. If it doesn't rally tomorrow probably headed to one fourteen. Twenty of aim at pete. And what do you think of. Possibly this notion that the semiconductor cycle is peaking. Yeah it's it's it's interesting. And i think everybody's got their own take on that mel but i think when you look at applied materials guys right it got up to that one forty six level. It's hit that a couple of times. It's had a hard time breaking through. Its pulled back but the stock made an incredible run. This is a lot like many of the other earnings that we've seen through this earnings season. Actually where we've had incredible numbers. Even the guidances been there and yet the reaction from the stock itself is just kind of a blah. And so maybe a lot of this feels like it's priced in. Maybe it's an opportunity for the stock to kind of go sideways for a little while and gather itself. It seems like that. We've seen a lot of that over time. But i think there are other names. That are more exciting to me right now within the space this when you look at the valuation though it is inexpensive guys exactly right. I think trades maybe a seventeen. Pac or something like that which given the markets that we have. That's a very inexpensive stock. That should have some upside. Yeah would just say this. If you're talking about cycles peaks in troughs and that sort of thing. I mean we've had some bad data we had taiwan's semi was not good. Mike ryan was talking about a top in the cycle and of course intel of course is not doing particularly so i'm just saying like look at it through other lens. You wanna look at micron. Went down fourteen percent in a straight line in the last couple weeks down nearly thirty percent from its highs and usually that is very tied to the cyclicality of their business and the pricing of their products. So to me. I think the jury is still out on this one and the estimate the tracks semiconductor group. How to break out. We know that was primarily. Amd and invidia those two there but it failed and now it's sitting on that trend line. That's been in place since last fall so from a technical standpoint. I think there's some really interesting spots right here in the space right. We're just getting started here on fast money..

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"last summer" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

07:03 min | 3 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"I'm looking at right now. Is this rotation that we've had the because of the fact that it's been a very healthy rotation. I think that's exactly why we find ourselves where we are. It seems like everybody was on the energy bandwagon for several months. Then they jumped off then they jump on the semiconductors then they start to jump off a little bit now they're back on but it just is this whole rotational process. That we see. I think that's very healthy for the markets. Now the i think the key for me is going to be just keeping a very close eye on what tom. We're going to talk about but volatility because when you look at volatility in this market we've been trading in the teens. It seems like forever every once in a while. We've spiked over twenty. It's lasted a day or two. It doesn't seem to be able to laugh at all right now. We have about a day of of which we've spent above twenty on the volatility index. But that could just last a very short time frame. I still look very constructively at the markets in terms of where we are where we're going and what we see now obviously the delta area. That's going to be a situation that's going to be something. We all are watching extremely close. What's going on with china and all the different types of things that they're trying to regulate and change so there are a lot of different areas the martha 'cause it i think to have. Maybe four five six percent pullback. But i don't see anything that's showing me at least right now that we are in for an absolutely obliterating shot to the downside. So for right now. I remain bullish on what i'm seeing and i agree with what peter said the rotations have been. They've been really healthy right and we've seen major corrections in different groups and therefore that's why the s&p five hundred has been able to hold a lot of these gains but i'll remind you know we're gonna talk about amazon later. This was one of the largest market cap companies in the world that just fifteen percent in a straight line from an all time high and that's the point of making about last september. No one thought that could happen. That was specific. Fundamental reason. we're investors who've been in love with the stock and been love with the story have sold it down. My point is it can happen to the other ones and you don't listen at the end of the day. I think that if you thought by now we were going to have this pandemic in the rear view mirror and all of that monetary and all that fiscal stimulus was going to this economy that did v reverse right in from the throws of the pandemic crash. It was going to be inflicting at this point. That's not happening. That's been pushed out the uncertainty about. That is the very thing. Why i think it'd be very healthy to have a five to ten percent correction over the next few weeks or so and then you start playing for that year end rally to close out and then move higher because the global economy at that point should be a much better place to all work in sync says. The thinking is that the most loved socks at this point deserve the hardest sell off which is usually thinking in general with most sell offs but at this point in time guy then which stocks are poised for that sela. That's sharp selloff next amazon. If you will that premise. Obviously i mean if you want to go there. I happen to like google but google falls under that category without question. I mean that's sort of beloved stock apple continues to make new all-time highs that would fall under that category as well except that. I don't think that's going to happen necessarily for those names. It should have happened. In my opinion given what's been going on with amazon but amazon spin its own story so i just don't see it happening. The rotation pete and dan talked about is spot on. And it's fascinating to me. That energy is pete said was everybody loved it that has gotten crush. Yeah get the market can look at the resource traits. That we've talked about freeport-macmoran. Cleveland cliffs still got obliterated today broader market. Doesn't care it's amazing again how well the p. five-hundred does in the wake of all the things we talked about nine months peak certainly doesn't help pete where you on energy now. Yeah i still like energy melts but it felt like there was so many people jumped on the bandwagon. It wasn't on the way up really. It was actually once. We got the price of crude over about seventy that. Everybody seemed to get so excited. Everybody wanted to be in. Everybody thought it was just great back in november thirty seven. It made an unbelievable run from thirty seven all the way up towards seventy seven i think was the highest i saw. I think in the pre market one day or overnight but just unbelievable push now. I think on this pullback it really does hinge upon what we see what's going on with the variant because obviously that does affect what's going to happen with the economy. How much driving. What's going to be the demand for oil and gasoline and so forth. So i think there's a lot of ifs out there right now for the energy space. I am an only right now. Chevron and kfi are my only two exposures as far as stock. I do have a lot of options exposure to those markets because those bater names within that energy space really do unbelievable activity the beta itself kim exam and suddenly those moves to the upside or unbelievable the most of the downside are also going to be exactly the same. They're going to be unbelievable as well. We've seen a sharp selloff. I think at some point. We're going to get enough of those bulls be turned into bears that we actually can turn and burn back to the side so pete mentioned the variants nadine the parent the variant or powell which is the bigger impact on the markets here. Well it probably depends where you said. So i think in the united states powell seems to be driving the show. Obviously the long end of the curve coming down so things are flattening because the short end of the curve going up. And that's what we've been playing here and then affects things like we're talking about tax for bond like securities fecsa cyclicals. But then you look abroad. And then i think the variant matters more. Our ports being shutdown arch cities being. Shut down what's happening with the confidence of the consumer and small businesses. And so i think it's bifurcated your answer to kind of depending which securities you're trading ways set all right now it may be volatile. Butter next gusts isn't ruling out a massive rally within a week. Tom lee had a research at global advisors in a cnbc contributor. Tom good to see you know. I know you've been listening to our conversation. What do you make of. Dan's forecasts or thought that we could be setting for similar sell off that we saw last year. I mean i. i enjoy the rationale. I think if we look at sectors that were leading this year. The the selloff. Dan's talking about is taking place. And i think in terms of how investors reacting to the incoming data last year it was concerns about school in the rising cases in cases resurging hus- we had the you know the whole election issue going into the fall. I think the market is dealing with a lot of bad news today and the question that investors have to grapple with is how much what we're seeing special with delta is looking a little bit in the rear view mirror. Delta could be peaking soon or a lot of the setbacks uncertainties every created. How much of it is transitory versus permanent changes example as a lot of our clients day. We're talking about cancel trips. And they're seeing some of the high frequency data show some of the weakening that stuff could changes soon as we get some comfort on delta's improving are the benefits boosters and so.

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"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

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"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

04:50 min | 3 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Yeah informally honestly. Yeah yeah it. Anytime noted mickey mouse. Yeah you drifted carol. I gotta say. With all due. Respect tom hanks say carol. I hope you are the hundred caller eventually in this contest. Because 'cause what else does one hundred caller win paula. They they went any appliance. They want from roger federer's appliance store and they get to hang out with adam after the game so i'm into that keep calling back and if enough thank you guys. I have to ask my co workers. Did you guys know that. It was carol burnett before she said it was carbonate paula. How are we supposed to guess such things crying. Tony i am crying tony. Hundreds of nays speechless. I'm blown away. I'm like oh my gosh well. That's not quite speechless anymore. Were never we love you care. I wanna thank you so so much for doing this. And i took time out of my busy schedule during the pension. Yeah i had so many other things to do i actually. I'm i'm glad that you put those on the back burner for us. that's really flattering. Thank you. I know the next time i call. It'll be number one hundred. And i just. I think i would like a blender blender yeah browser so just put down. Yeah then i'll call in cal- their damaged appliances so it's a blender that will mic some things but not all. Oh well no. I don't want that something else. We're getting you a damage blender. That's all there is to it. I'll buy you a new blender. Well everybody stay safe. Okay you too and thank you so much for calling talking to you. Ain't you be good. They say insane. Okay you too. Thank you so much. I'm pulling by ear for you Bye bye love you to take care. Okay bye bye bye mike. God that's still amazes me to this day that you got us carol and you know what it's still amazes me. I still might as well. That was fun. Hey nobody's if you have questions or comments or anything like that just send that to us at. Nobody listens to paula. Poundstone gmail.com and paula. You know even though we're on vacation the poundstone machine keeps churning. Do you have any upcoming dates. To plug on september eleventh. I'm going to be in buffalo new york at asbury hall on september twenty fifth. I'll be englewood new jersey at the bergen performing arts center and on september. Twenty sixth of being the great city of charlottesville virginia at the paramount theatre. Wow that's pretty exciting stuff. Remember everybody preorder adam. Felber new book with charles band. Confessions of puppet master on amazon or barnes and noble or wherever you preorder. You're fine literature. Also subscribe to this podcast. It's free get it every week at no charge no obligations. That's our show. Nobody listens to poundstone has hosted by paula. Poundstone and yours. Truly adam felber. Thanks to our house. Band jackson keith. Our show is produced by paula. Poundstone adam felber. Bunny burned ken. Lewis epic tonita hall and tyler burke thank you so much for being part once again of the. Nobody listens to paula. Poundstone family taylor wait a minute. Been a pleasure. It's time for your goodbye speech tyler. This is the first word of this. Our intern is currently patrolling starbucks. Production by land romo and kyle mcgraw transcription services. For the show provided by transcribe me a premier international use transcription service use code. Paula poundstone when placing your order at me dot com to receive an expedited service. That's our show for tonight. Won't somebody please.

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"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

07:38 min | 3 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"We're back thank you. How span jackson keith. Others the phone call adamy phone. Oh really yet please okay. Hello o Am i the one hundred caller no. No you're the you're the sixty eighth caller on on the show. Who is this lees. hi. It's carol carol burnett. It is not. That sounds possible. Is this really carol. Burnett mice not really everybody. No come on kiro what are you. Are you aware that you can win. Any appliance from roger federer's appliance store. As well as you can hang out without a map to the game. If you're the hundreds caller what do i have to. Do you have to be one hundred dollar. Well you know. I'll call back when i can be the one hundred sixty eight. I want to be one hundred. Sixty eight is good though. Maybe we can get you like a tennis ball or something from roger. Federer's okay fixed for toilet paper. All right maybe we could win that. What do you think that's a good idea. Actually that's a really good idea. Well you know maybe once we exhaust the hundred calls which i know adam is really happy about having this contest. Oh yes i love it. Did you know that roger federer tennis star has an appliance store. Not gotta roll. you're getting. You're getting sucked into paula's web of lies. So i'm used to lying. I watched the news. Oh it depends. It depends which now how are you. How are you and yours holding up during the have you taken to eating marshmallows. I during the no. no no. We're doing okay. I've got my my husband. And i are here and We have our kitty cat and It's one day goes into the next day and the next but we're staying somewhat. Shane by Doing crossword puzzles and watching good. Old movie excellent. What was the most recent old movie that you watched all my gosh well. We watched Singing in the rain. Which i know by heart but i love it singing in the rain. The music man august To catch the gaslight all about eve all those good old you know those are great. Singing is my wife's favorite movie. I rented a theater for a big birthday for her into. Oh gosh every number is a showstopper. It's absolutely wonderful to watch. I i love this show. Kip stopping know. Assure a metaphorical showstopper paula. The concession stand must've been going crazy when that was in the theater. Did you see it in the theater. Carol yes i'm that old. Debbie reynolds was you know. She was in it and she was. I think nineteen or twenty years old when she made that movie and she was a year older than i am and so I was eighteen. So i saw the movie in the theater. But then we have it here and it's just like a ritual. I watch it every year and holds up so great. It's it's wonderful. I recommend it to anybody who can get it. You know and of course it's a wonderful life with that was stewart's favorite movie and it was frank kaffir favorite movie. Yeah wonderful lot and it bombed when it first came out really. Yep yep and then what happened was it became a cult classic every christmas. And so then it just you know and it caught on but when it first came out it didn't do well at all. I'm a moving forgiving me. Why have a fantastic piece of trivia that my wife tells me almost on an annual basis when we watched the movie with their kids which is while filming the conic singing in the rain number out in the rain. jeanne. Kelly had one hundred and three fever. Yes yes you knew that he did. I've met him years ago and we talked about that. I was at some function that he where he was. And i said that was just the greatest number and he said that he was so sick when they were doing it but he had to do it because it was all set up with the you know the rain and this and that and yeah and so maybe that's why his eyes are kind of shiny and then of course donald o'connor doing make them laugh. I mean he knocked himself out for that one and then when it was finished he had to take two weeks off to rest up really why because he had one hundred and four degree temperature and he was very This is little known trivia. Carol that they might not have told you. Donald o'connor was very jealous of gene. Kelly and so he purposely got himself a higher fever together though he was he was so jealous of gene kelly that after they finished shooting the singing in the rain number. Donald o'connor went out there to the street set and licked every lamppost. Gene kelly tucked. That's that's that's a rumor that might be true. I'm sure and then. Of course the wonderful. Jean hagen who was the billinness in the movie was so fun favorite in the whole thing i. She's like the unsung hero of the film which she was doing. I remember when robert. Mueller wouldn't testify. Wouldn't testify wouldn't testify yes. I was almost certain that when he finally went to testify he was gonna say. I can't stand it. I thought for sure he was just ashamed of his voice. Yes exactly yeah. Like he was he was going to sit down and go. Yeah go he russians. Oh.

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"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

04:57 min | 3 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

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"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

05:07 min | 3 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"For people who are neither married nor indeed have met no they will have met but not for married people they will have met okay. And i think it'll borrow a little bit from jeopardy in that There will be questions about really informational things as well as as questions about the the persons themselves but Yeah it's going to be done from from my living room. In fact alex if as soon as the stay at home order is finished with. And i don't know when that will be you are welcome to come host. My and i will gladly be your sidekick y-yeah i'm thinking that instead of having it as a situation in which you are the host and you have two contestants how would it be a few had just one contestant and you mentioned that you would be asking questions and expecting answers. That's good so you could do that. With one contestant and maybe instead of a game show you could call it. An interview are interviewing tax of being star. They're not they're absolutely are yes indeed. And that's one of the things that sets a lot of the people apart but again it depends on the kind of show you're doing i can't get away with it too too much on on jeopardy but Sajad can do it on wheel. Yeah well you know maybe you could get a big wheel sometime. Had a big wheel tremendous. Yeah i can't. Thank you enough alex for your help and your advice and for being a part of our our goofy little podcast. While you're you're welcome. Bala death i think you as a game show host a i think you would be sensational given the right format and that's so important and it's so important to the success of a program you can be the best game show host on earth but if the program is in very good you won't succeed but if you get the right combination of host and show peter marshall hollywood squares at say jack and wheel of fortune. Bob barker prices right Richard dawson family viewed. Alex trebek's hopefully once that show host and paul and paula poundstone with. What's that cat doing here. you've well. Well thanks alex forgiving publicly. She needs to figure out if she could control the board and become a gameshow host. Paula what have you learned about becoming a good game show host. And could you do that job. Hey jackson if i could get a little background music i'll tell you what my takeaways are. Perfect i have to say. Alex trebek's was very encouraging and supportive about the idea of me hosting a game show over the internet. And i'm gonna do it still some of what he did. Give me pause. He mentioned for example writers contesting coordinators of researchers. We're on a stay at home order. And i have no money. It's me twelve. Catch two big dogs and a dictionary. That's missing half the ape pages. That's my research staff. Although i do have a book about clump hosting called let it rock. He said it's it's important to keep in mind the game itself. I don't know if the understands my memory problems which have been exacerbated by the stress of this crisis. I can't keep anything in mind. I'm sure to stop me quiz question saying what were we doing. He said the jeopardy contestants abide by a certain formality. I don't think mine. Will i get guys like paul who bitches that he thinks. The french trump press conference could only be funny once but he listened to four episodes. Says i'm supposed to be on the side of the contestants posed contestant. I'm not supposed to say. Please welcome our first contestant. Paul who left his negative fringe trump comment on the comments section for the video about the little tofurkey meant. I don't think i.

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"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

06:45 min | 3 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Else is there. Yes you're going to point the clue. I'm reading or or go. Good one alex. If i can go back to a few moments ago when you were talking about mel brooks and carl reiner sure saying how nice it is when people like that Are fans of the show. When i started hosting jeopardy and the show suddenly became popular. I would get invited to a lot of events. A lot of celebrity golf matches and one of my big thrills was being invited to the frank sinatra classic in palm springs and meeting frank and finding out that he was raising fan of the show out nice and he sent me a letter thanking me for he says you guys made me a star yet. Right would evasion. So he was he was my musical hero and my showbiz hero and to find out that he watched on a regular basis. That was extremely pleasing to me. I why does johnny gilbert always mispronouncing your name. Well he did. I don't know it's. I had a younger sister who died a few years back and she did not pronounce travek way. I pronounced rebecca. So i've got used to it there. I don't mind slight variations in the pronunciation. You've never mentioned it to him. Cnn side and we are over shoulder and said it's true beck. No i've never done that. Yeah have been together now. Thirty six years. Never a spat never Nasty word between us. Oh that's so. Nice i i guess. I guess after the first decade or so telling him would become awkward. Yeah i it's like when you have the social acquaintance and you don't know their name exactly. After a certain amount of time it would now be more awkward to ask them their names. That happened with me. And my dad. You know i would recognize him in the hallway of the house but i i know i know and i just couldn't you know just too late. Yeah now it would be embarrassing. Yeah i get out. What other game show would you like to host. If i'd had my druthers i would've loved to have hosted hollywood squares the now to me that was the ideal job. First of all the host is seeded. I have spent a many many standing on a stage. I loved it when i got an opportunity to sit. Hollywood squares was my ideal because as the hosts you asked a celebrity question and the response would almost always make you laugh and the game itself was very simple to deco and who could not like that One of my really good friends is peter marshall and we talk about those days together and It was the ideal job for him and because he was so pleasant so endearing and so friendly with the contestants and knew how to play off of the celebrities. Yeah who makes the best contestant. Yeah that's a good question because we've talked about how paula could become a good host. But who's the ideal game show contestant. Somebody's smart what what we've discovered over the years is that Teachers lawyers and students make the best contestants and the reason for that we discovered was that there used to confrontational situations in classrooms. Think of lawyers. They're in a courtroom they have to rebut. They have to make arguments so they're used to thinking on their feet and that helps you. Allot as congested. And the same true for teachers and students. Teachers are trying to nail students. Students are trying to one up the teachers. But in in general if you have the knowledge and there are people as we've discovered certainly this year with james hall tower who is a professional gambler. Austin rogers who's a bartender dizzy. Who was in Recording business they all knew a ton of stuff and they were able to express themselves easily and be comfortable in the setting. That's so important for contestants. If you're going to succeed you need to be someone who can deal with the pressure of the moment because keeping under two other individuals here who want to beat your brains in right right. Yeah now paula. Let me ask you this. You're thinking career a game show host. Yes i ended up. show would you like to host. Which kind of program would you feel. Most comfortable hosting a wheel afford jibe show is at a gun show is a jeopardy type program. Is it a To tell the truth type show well. I'm limited by the fact that i'm going to do the show from my living room on a zoom type of format because we can't gather in groups and so i'm gonna use you know what the world of technology has to offer. I'm going to be in my in my living room. I'll tell you one it's going to be a question and answer kind of show with two contestants that are answering questions about one. Another one element of the show. You know i do have twelve cats and each contestant at the beginning of the show will pick a cat and if they're cat happens to walk in front of the camera while we're taping they get an additional point and if their cat throws up anywhere in my house while we're taping they just blame lose. Well that sounds. That sounds great so paula. It sounds like it's sort of like if they have answer questions about each other. It's sort of like a newlywed game..

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"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

08:19 min | 3 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Be as smart as they possibly are now. Have you ever had a difficult contested. difficult in what way paula. Well in any way you mean hives at me or no no. We've very by now keep in mind. We've been on thirty six years and the people know that there's a certain formality if you will to jeopardy so they abide by that. They're very polite They can be funny. They know that But if they're going to challenge a clue for instance. They are instructed to do their challenge during a commercial break and i see and we will try to resolve it. They're not going to speak out and interrupt me reading fluency a alex. Wait a minute. I the i think my my response was right. They're not yeah so you've never had anybody like flip the podium. No okay never had anybody who storm off and said you know. I don't have to put up with this shit that nothing like that. Nobody what we have had when we were doing the kids tournament. We have had many many tearful scenes because keep in mind when you're doing a children's tournament. These kids are the pride of their parents. Is they do well in school. They're not used to having anybody say. Hey you're wrong. They're used to being lauded and all of a sudden they get in a game on jeopardy against two other kids who have similar backgrounds and they lose and they're not used to losing. They're not used to having somebody say ooh sorry. Two of the three contestants who walk off the stage losers quite often shed a lot of tears and it's hard but you don't take that opportunity to make fun of them. Do yo know in. Ever my god. And i don't even try to make fun of the adults who appear on the program even though some of them give me a many reasons or many. Now i have to say alex alexander my my son and my son for some reason. He's just turned twelve. And he's been watching old episodes of the sitcom cheers. He's just in love with it and recently just just a week ago. I found myself explaining to him on the immortal jeopardy episode of cheers how that episode became part of the lingo of jeopardy as pulling klavan right. Yes and Took us completely. By surprise they came to me. The people at cheers and asked if i would do a cameo appearance and we started doing readings and every reading we did a. They looked at me and they said rebecca and lines so we kept expanding and they expanded it in that unique way in order to Do the cliff. Cleveland did and it has lasted. It's amazing it has lasted now for twenty years and it's incredible. I wanted to ask you apropos of policy question about difficult contestants. Have you over the years. Seen contestants actually pull a in or something close to it and for those who don't know what is the. Cleveland is when you needlessly bet away all your money and lose the game. We've had contestants lose all of their money. But i won't say that needlessly wager and lose it a bigger win the game but We've had other contestants who have taken advantage of the cleveland thing. A teenager in one of the tournament's wrote down as his final. I don't know what the response is. But i just won seventy five thousand dollars so they the little off script if you will i. By the way in terms of trebek's being able to handle a script on alex trebek's was On the dais at an event for an organization a charity organization called actors and others for animals and i was also on the day and we were roasting a betty white at our many. There were many comedians up there. And then alex trebek's name gets called and we're all looking at each other going out your back is is a game show hook. Why out jeopardy. What indication is there then he would be funny on roast well. Ours to back stole the show. He was the real. I don't know if you've heard of them. Alex but alex trebek's was the funniest up there. Do you remember that ni- alex i do remember that. That was At the universal hilton. Yeah and you're so funny. And i think blow everybody away because it's not the side of you that we see when you're hosting jeopardy all right speaking of which let me get back to the point. Okay let me. Let me interrupt you. Just a second because You bring up a very interesting point and that is that no matter who you are as the host you have to keep in mind the game itself. That's the most important element you're dealing with. The game is the star and you have to adapt yourself to that game so if it's a a more cerebral game such as jeopardy say it does not behoove you to become the standup comic. You're running a specific game that is designed to entertain a wide range of viewers. And you should not intrude in the format. So you're saying if you're a comedian say who's prone to long and sometimes rambling digressions. You might want to rain that in to become a good game show host. Yes at now. One exception in a way was Richard dawson who you'll recall hosted family feud yes and he used to drive the producers crazy because as his manager wants said we've taken a lot of crap from producers over the years. Now it's our turn to dish it out so launch into dialogues and tell stories instead of running the game and at the end of the taping the producer would have a half hour show. That was forty two minutes long and retired excessive editing. But that was richard's way of getting even longtime ago. Wow you know outwin. I entertained jeopardy staff at your christmas party and thank you again. That was a blast. I would surprised how many people worked on the show. Did it always takes out large a staff when we started. I was the producer. And i think we had six writers to contestant coordinators one researcher a stage manager and myself. We couldn't have been more than twenty people now. We're probably up to over one hundred. That's a lot of people isn't a lot of people the other thing. I was really surprised about while. I was entertaining. Your staff i. I would just sort of point to somebody in. Ask them a question. How i used to do when i worked on stage and i'd say so. How long have you worked to the show and they would tell me. Did you get hired to do that. Particular position your what and somewhere along the way people began to say no all my life. I grew up wanting to work on a game show. And i just couldn't get over that like many of the people answered my questions. That.

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"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

06:31 min | 3 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Thank you how span jackson keith. Paula are comedians essential workers. It turns out that i disagree. But there you go after all that time bitching about self promotion. I don't really people are going to be coming together and crowds for a long time. So i'm trying to figure out how to reach people you know so therefore i have come up with a game. Show idea that. I'm gonna do from my house. And the question is am i capable of hosting a game show. Well fortunately we have with us. The world's best game show host. He can tell you whether you could actually do his job yet. It's time for career corner where we learn about the wide world of jobs. Would you like to be a fireman from how bad a train engineer. Maybe i'd like to make a living as a spun wilder. What can you do with your life. Career corner has the answer this week. Let's explore career as a game show host here to help discover. She could cut it in the stressful high stakes world hosting a game. Show is the man who has hosted jeopardy since nineteen eighty-four the one and only alex trebek's. Oh my guys. Thank you for helping. Break me out of my a confinement. Thank you for breaking out for us. Alex welcome what. We're so glad you could be here. Thank you very much. thanks. Alex where are you anyways. I'm sitting at my desk in my office at home in los angeles in los angeles in the san fernando valley. Ooh turns out me and alex our neighbors. Oh really yes alex. I'm glad you're not my neighbor because you call the cops on me for my dog barking in the backyard right now. I thought you can't person. I have two giant dogs and twelve cats away. Somebody has to keep the cats in line just about to say eleven cats. I have a cat that is so old. He apparently one of the things. That's happened to her in her old age as she keeps trying to go into like any time. You open a cabinet or a door. She tries to go into the closet or or the cupboard. The keeps the pots and pans. And i don't see that well. And so i keep shutting the door. She's been cut in half more than a magician's assistant at get a little strange that the cat keeps trying to go into the cause youth. Yeah right wouldn't you think that somewhere along the way she would figure out that that's not a good idea but cats are not great lesson learners. That's for sure all right. That is true. Speaking of learning lessons alex. I need to know how to be a game show host so let me begin with this on a regular alex. Trebek's day when you're making jeopardy. What is your day look like. What are the tasks that you have to do. Well i arrive at the studio at six o'clock in the morning. Okay yeah i go to harvest food for the no i I go through the mail and then at seven thirty. Our head writer delivers the five games. That we are going to be taping that date and it takes me about an hour and a half to go over. Every clue in every category in those five games. And i make dia critical marks. So that i don't make mistakes in pronouncing words and familiarize myself with all of the material I also make checks on some of the clues that i think are too close In information to some of the other clues in those five games because the games are selected at random so we could have a little bit of duplication. At nine o'clock we have a production meeting with the two producers to writers and myself and we ordered the games. And then i. Around ten o'clock i go to the studio. I get the hair. Makeup and wardrobe and at eleven o'clock. Were ready to go. And we taped three shows in a row with one audience and we break for forty five minutes. Then we'd take the last two shows with a different audience and by about four o'clock four fifteen were done for the day so it's basically a ten hour day that's amazing and how many days a week would you do this days a week and a half means two weeks of programming every time every two days that we go out and take. Oh wow okay great because you can get a little ahead of things now in mind you guys perhaps not aware but in order to make it. Profitable for the networks are the indicators. This is a tradition. That goes back many many decades. They decided that they were going to take an entire week of programming in one day. And that makes it just ideal. Because the host comes in he works is one day goes on and lounges around his pool. Everybody win everybody. Wins like to pull part now. Okay when you're actually taping the show right you come out your ouster beck is. They're acting involved in the way that you ask the questions. I don't think so. I think i try to read the material as closely as i can to give it proper meaning On our show particularly because we are so heavily driven by information. It's important that you get the message across you. Don't want to confuse the contestants. Your it could as simple as possible for them to perform at their very best. So that's why make the dia critical remarks. We have so much limited space on the television screens. The monitors we use for our clues that sometimes two words that normally go together are separated at the end of the line. And if you aren't careful reading it you can confuse the contestants and that that's not our aim. Of course we want them to show themselves to.

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"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

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"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

08:00 min | 3 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Yes you know. We were looking out for our shareholders they care about prophets not people learn more at polluters dot exposed tonight on. Abc loves a peach and someone will get burned bachelor in paradise is finally back with your favorite bachelors and bachelorettes looking for love. All the right and wrong places. It's going to be. Spf up starting tonight on abc. These guys and gals have waited a long time to get back to the beach. And they're just bursting thirsting and pounding against The waves and just make it a bit hotter a few celebrities packing their bags to guest host david spade lil jon lance bass and more dip their toes into the paradise waters. This season ten queen victoria find her king we'll connor. The cap proved that he can kiss anyone. Even talk to carl. It's paradise like you've never seen and who knows someone or some ones might give married. Think you've seen this before beach lease bachelor in paradise premieres tonight at eight seven central on abc. Coming to you. Live from our houses in los angeles california. It's nobody listens to paula. Poundstone your comedy field guide to life tonight knock knock. Who's there not us not us who no seriously we are not here. We're on vacation but don't worry nobody's we leaving you with something very very special. I'm adam felber the man who runs this. Podcast with club med style efficiency guiding you from one preordained activity to the next to achieve maximally productive and coherent fun and now please welcome the woman who never fails to spike the rhetorical bug juice and plant zucchinis on the metaphorical volleyball court. It's paula poundstone bala. Welcome thank you so good to not be with you Hey thanks to. Tonight's house band jackson keys from plano texas on the cello. Thank you thank you jackson. And so everyone we are on vacation this week. So what we decided to do get. This decided to lean whistles. Don't care if we're on vacation as far as they're concerned they're listening to an episode. Yes but i thought you always like to be honest with the listeners. So does he does. I just wanted to say something Of course. I want to be honest but that doesn't include burdening people with unnecessary information. I mean here commercials for pharmaceuticals all the time that warn of the possible side effect of anal leakage. And in all my years of school we must have had at least one substitute for a teacher who was out with that problem but they never said it. Misses adams is here today because miss murphy is home with anal leakage. We would never have found that image out of our heads. Forget phonics in fact. They've told us that i'd be pronouncing. Phonics onyx okay. First of all that's ridiculous and secondly it's not the same thing at all and god damn it. what are you doing. Oh can you hear that. Oh sorry you just sanding the show. You don't do that. Sometimes when i'm stressed guys just real quickly for the future. Bonnie excuse me talent for the future. Bonnie sanding shelves and recording. Don't go together unless you're making a low budget film about shelf sanding monster okay. Yes that goes without saying all those sanding monster films out there and incidentally no one is going to watch a sanding monster movie that pronouncement from the grown man who loves sylvester stallone movies. You even said you liked the first rocky to real quickly i. This is a very special for me. In wanted me tyler. What set it apart from the other rocky movies is that it was watchable but there are some flaws clearly burning with developmental delays until she has sex with rocky. He should open a clinic. Bonnie what the fuck is that. Oh you hear that doing the dishes. Why we're doing the podcast that we will waiting for tony. I'm here. I just want to say anything because everyone was stickling is now a good time. Just really quickly wanted to say tyler. Just wait everyone wasn't stickling tony. If you weren't stickling to than it wasn't everyone. I rest my case as you guys know. This is actually going to be my last episode. And hold on a second tyler. Tony you sent adam coffee and not me. You don't drink coffee. And how long have you been holding that against me whether you doing. Oh this is my last. And i really really just wanted to thank you all. Thank everyone and say how much this is meant to me. It's been really really really desailly. Jesus christ will you stop interrupting adam. I think so. Listeners will be happy if we take a vacation. let's leave them with a good interview from the archives. You know what paula. i think. That's a great idea because clearly if we take a week off maybe we can reset our stickle re reflexes and we have something really great here because Paula have you been watching jeopardy lately. No they've had this parade of guest hosts and some are great and some aren't but they all managed to do something which i think is both necessary and which is that they all give tribute to the fact that they are merely filling. The shoes of alex trebek's so we had the good fortune just about a year and a half ago to talk to alex trebek's he was just wonderful and gracious and i thought we could rerun that interview because it also has right afterwards. A surprise call for one hundred caller contest. Nice spoiler alert. The surprise callers carol burnett so when we come back we will be joining the wonderful late. Great alex trebek's here on. Nobody listens to paula poundstone. Now you can say goodbye trail mix. That is bland boring and extremely unhealthy using ingredients grown with chemicals that can harm both you and the planet. I hate that not only that but most trail mix is filled with processed sugars and dirty nuts that are dry. 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"last summer" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

05:24 min | 6 months ago

"last summer" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

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"last summer" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

Consider This from NPR

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"last summer" Discussed on Consider This from NPR

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"last summer" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio

Zen Parenting Radio

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"last summer" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio

"The news drop on your iphone. Today was helping me with last summer when things were so chaotic as i said to her. I'm actually better in a real crisis. Then in the fake ones. That i make up my mind like the ones that i make up my mind. I'm like here's what i need to do. Or here's what we need to get order. I'm like so highly anxious about that. But when a real crisis like the pandemic new heads. I'm actually can kick into action. And i feel a less of the anticipatory exile exile already in it and i just have to do what i need to do. Yeah that totally makes sense. And i don't know why that is but maybe it's the You know the cleverness of our ego of making thing making potential scenarios dangerous even though they haven't even occurred yet like is more anxiety provoking than being in that very same situation. I think it's the thing..

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