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"laura nick" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:52 min | 2 months ago

"laura nick" Discussed on The Takeaway

"It's politics with Amy Walter. Matt Katz in for Amy this week. Good to have you with us this week like. Weeks it seems has been fraught. Primary voters in Georgia were greeted by long lines, broken machines and George Floyd was laid to rest in Houston following weeks, which thousands of Americans took to the streets to decry police brutality and his name meanwhile Congress's reckoning without a respond to the protests to the calls for police accountability in addition to tackling systemic racism in policing Democrats introduced the justice and Policing Act this week, but many progressives worry it doesn't address the issue of systemic racism and police ink here to help us. US, look back at the week and make sense of it. All is Laura. Baron Lopez national political reporter at politico and Nick Fan dose congressional correspondent for The New York Times thank you. Laura Nick appreciate you being here and can't quite a beer nick. They'll start with you. Can you give me a summary of the justice and policing act? That's now proposed in Congress. What would this bill do? What wouldn't it not do? So? Democrats in the House and Senate introduced this bill on Monday as kind of their. Opening off her for a debate, the Congress's is like would have over policing and criminal justice in the next few weeks. in this bill has a lot of different provision in it on the kind of folks in this field considered the front end and back end of policing so. It makes it easier to. Prosecute cops, basically that violate individual civil rights. At, bands things like choke holds and no knock warrants and drug cases There's a lot of ways in which tries incentivize local departments states to improve anti-bias training use of force training it sets up a what would be kind of a first national registry to track the use of force by police officers, and make it easier to track officers who do use force properly from department to Department. You know it's it's. It's an expensive bill. someone the left field. It doesn't go far enough but it's a bigger overhaul policing. The Congress has tried to undertake in. Anybody's memory. I WANNA I WANNA. Talk about the how some of the left feel it might be just the more reforms and kind of dismissive of it. I've been talking to activists who of take to the streets, and then experts who have thought deeply about this idea of moving toward police abolition. defunding and even eventually ending police departments as we know them, and it seems th. This bill is not that at all. Nick. He's just follow up on this. Is there a Gulf year between the the vocal grass roots, and some of what we've heard on the streets, and then what elected Democrats are offering them in this bill..

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"laura nick" Discussed on Full Coverage

Full Coverage

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"laura nick" Discussed on Full Coverage

"She's just like is this really get doesn't work yeah yeah exactly and that is where you pie is massively winning skin-care everything. I've tried touch word. She says touching the word lovely table hurry. I really liked it yet. A what i've really hard on with the stuff i've tried has been hydrating stuff yeah because my skin's very dry lake now in dehydrated summer in the desert so we're we're in the desert <hes> so i've mostly tried the japan and the zhou ranges which i really really liked. I've also tried and where is my body lotion okay so when i was in london talking to mossy i told her i was really dry and that i was on the plane a lot so she recommended to me the u._b. Youth breath hi laura nick sheep masks personalized recommendations. Yes what everyone's going to discover and i may tell them now is when i was soaking tomasa. She said head that if anyone has any questions about their skin they should just d._m. Her a picture of their face. She's legitimately syria mossy oak gilgal. She's very he's. She's not she's like just tell them to a picture of their face and she is a trained facialists she setup. She started bliss. She's our bliss bars. She saw at that because she was a facialists. In new york her story areas incredible. She was a personal trainer and that was taking up too much for the time she was paying away through college retrained facialists. That's how she started in love with this woman but yes she she will. It's one of her favorite things. She'll look at people's pictures of their faces and tell them what they need and what they can do so you all get income personal consultation yeah she gave me the uber youth highland sheet mask which is like obscenely hydrating gave me joy. I'm not always a big cheese person so i just don't like the feeling of my face i like at night. I feel like i like it at night time. I read cop it. They're really good at this is a special occasion. I like wearing them on the regular but a woman on the plane 'cause fancy on the plane. Someone paid for me to have a business class ticket. It wasn't beach by it was my birthday. The who i am definitely using this fancy playing time to most amazing and then the other thing that she recommended me was the super healthy skin daily.

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"laura nick" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"laura nick" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Thank you for listening. And I hope you enjoy this Nick VO in Kevin Johnson. It's lovely Laura, Nick stuff. Yes. That's always good. Just lovely and Hornets joins us. Now, you wanna you wanna plug the af docs before you do reviews. You wanna do it the other way whatever you want. Gee, I don't care, I left do both. Yes. I- docs, it's on. I'm on my way down there for today and tomorrow and Sunday. It's going to be a lot of fun. Where is that? So if people wanna go, it's mostly at landmark e street, they, they are showing movies at the naval memorial and, and the American history museum. But I just people just go to ASI dot com af I dock, and then get the schedule and download the app and see what's up, but they've got some really good movies this year. So this is three days Friday, Saturday, Sunday. Well actually started Wednesday night that screening national archives. A movie about Bryan Stevenson to the lawyer and activists and it was going on yesterday. But I'm going to dive in, in, in earnest today, last lawyer and activist I knew was William kuntsler. I've never heard of Brian Stevens Bryant has an incredible man. He's, he's the person who really spearheaded the I don't know the formal name it's base. The lynching museum in Montgomery, Alabama, which is just it looks like magnificent structure. And he's been doing a lot of important work around death penalty issues and just rest of Justice and reparation. He's, he's an amazing man. I think he's got the highest rated Ted talk like the longest standing ovation and Ted talk history. Visionary, man. Wow. Ted talk. Listen to as Leonsis. He's got a Ted talk blog. Teaser walking Ted. Let's start with some movies. There's a bunch of movies. We wanna talk for movies one is, and this is not for me. I understand Toy Story, four is not for me. But if you get to four you presume that one two and three did pretty some money or you wouldn't be doing four and two kids movie. Some are kids movie animated. I'm sure how is it? You know, I went in, I don't know if you've noticed every Friday this summer, we're just getting sequels is just the summer of the sequels on that always makes me feel tired and kind of defensive because a lot of them aren't very good. And especially when you get to number four, they're not very they tend to not be very good. So I went in with this to this with managed expectations, and I just thought it was fantastic. That's yeah, it's, it's, it's, you know, for those of us, I can't say, I grew up with Toy Story, but I can relate to people who up onto a story. So it's got all those the favorite characters. Tom Hanks character Woody and Bud Light year voice by Tim Allen, they're here. So it's got that whole enough Daljit factor. That's fine. But they don't just coast on that. And they actually introduce new characters one played by Tony HALE the guy from veep. Yes. Love. Wasn't actor and he doesn't terrific voice performances crazy. Very eccentric. Little character called forty a little toy made out of a sport..

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"laura nick" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"laura nick" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"It was all conveniently concealed behind a nursery and nestled in between the orange groves in riverside's, scenic greenbelt neighborhood, I couldn't believe it neighbor. Loretta Lewis says she thought the nursery was growing Chinese herbs, but her kids recently started asking about the strong smell wafting their way took police nearly twenty four hours to collect evidence from the site. No arrests remained because the property was found abandoned a man has been arrested in Santa Ana after investigators say he met an underage boy on the gay dating app. Grinder and took him shopping in exchange for sex acts and the boy both lied about their age on Grindr. The suspect was posing as thirty nine year old even though he's almost sixty in the fifteen year old claim to be an adult. But corporal, Anthony Brittania was CNN police says when the two met up the man should have realized something was on. They said there's no way an individual communicating with this kid in person would have taken him as an adult. He was definitely juvenile, but he says the man proceeded to sexually assault the boy and then brought him to south coast plaza. His friend and told them what was going on. And that he was uncomfortable. He says the friends bomb rushed to the mall rescued the boy and brought him to the police station. The man was taken into custody after that investigators say he may have violated other boys as well and are asking additional victims to come. Forward Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio as New York deals with a measles outbreak. There's some encouraging news in California measles. Vaccination rates are up and that makes it harder for the disease to spread here right now. More than five hundred fifty measles cases reported nationwide. The larger number of them in New York outbreaks do depend on whether the case occurs in a group where there's a low level of of vaccination. Right. So like in New York, then the recent outbreak. Unfortunately, the case occurred in a population that is in fact, Sonate until as a result they've had hundreds of cases Hauser's with LA county's department of public health for that reason, he doesn't expect California to see the type of outbreaks. On the east coast. Even though there is so much concern about the infectious people that have been at LAX Craig figure KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Bob cat. That's the Wolsey fire is a mother since afire living in a small remnant of habit habit that remained unburned. But it looks like that, you know, she went ahead and reproduce this year and produced a litter of four kittens, which were all healthy that's biologist joined Moriarty with the National Park Service. The Bob cat be three sixty two was tracked to a dense area vegetation in a backyard in Westlake village while she was away. Researchers checked the kittens to make sure they were healthy they were also tact for tracking. It's one forty four. And there's a Sigler in the city of industry. It's a four car crash with two cars over the embankment. This is on the six oh five southbound before the sixty we'll take another look at that. And other traffic problems coming up in one minute with Laura Nick..

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"laura nick" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"laura nick" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Call eight eight eight nine eight eight Josh that's triple eight nine eight eight J O S H. Now, let's get back in the huddle with the financial quarterback. Was done. Off-break including. The Laura Nick thing. This crowd. Clue. So. The death threats black. Who's this? Some. Believes you got. And among so. What was the problem in the monastery were.

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"laura nick" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"laura nick" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"You know, because if you really like somebody you're gonna make the time for them like you're going to see them on your lunch break like you did or whatever you'll make it work. You'll go to the laundromat or to wait till they were at the time in their life. When dating is a priority. Right. And not know it is time for our reason done. We all make priorities we are going to test out each other's priorities in a game. We call time or no time. Are you ready? I'm ready. All right. Angela would you rather you have to prioritize things in your life? Dolly Parton wants to have you over for tea at the same time idea men's out has invited. You backstage to hang out with the cast of whatever musical she's in. Which do you choose this is so hard, see prioritizing? It's not easy. But I can do it. I'm going to say the one on one time with Dolly Parton sounds like it would be more once in a lifetime experience. I'm going to have tea with Dolly. Okay. Fair enough. All right. My term. Okay, laura. You are offered a cameo on silicone valley or cameo in marvelous Mazel which cameo. Oh my God. So many cameos I do love my medical tech nerd sometimes. An and I'm good at tech. But I I love, you know, tech stuff, but I gotta say the clothes in marvelous maze fashion eastern. In me would choose that in a heartbeat. Same for the same reason. Okay. Angela an wants to fly you to Pak-li, okay? At the same time that your girlfriends wanted to a girl trip to the mafi to- coast to eat a bunch of pasta. What are you gonna do eat macaroni with an or pasta with your girlfriends? So this is pretty hard. Because either way you're hurting somebody's feelings, but I would say that I would definitely do the girls trip to the amalfi coast because I've gotten to go away with a lot recently. And I would actually love to do a just girls trip, especially to the coast. Right. Okay. That's my winter. What do you got for me? Okay. Laura Nick will fly to Iceland to see the Northern Lights or girls trip to Morocco to go shopping, which one oh my God. These are so hard because both are my bucket list. I love the textiles Morocco and Northern Lights is is something. I really wanna do you know, I'm gonna have to the girls trip. Also because girls ships are very they're harder to organize and if all my. Girls have agreed to go on a girl. Traff. Like that's something that's hard to do again. Whereas like, you know, a trip one on one with your boo. I'm hoping that the Northern Lights. Triple will come up again. I'm gonna go girls trip. Right. Okay. Angela you've been offered a shopping spree at a beret shop, and I love berets at the same time. You've been offered a shopping spree at a store called mustard where everything in the store is mustard colored. You know, me so well, you have a thousand dollars where you're going to shop home. I got okay, I'm gonna go to the mustard shop because I really don't need thousand dollars worth of berets. Yeah. There's only so many braids they get so many different articles of clothing muster up. What do you got for me? Okay. Finally last round Laura you win shopping spree at Schnell or shopping spree at Dior. I mean, I I who wouldn't want either one, I know. Well, you could definitely see the difference in our style choices between our two rows on. I'm gonna go with Dior because I don't really I just got more entity or early. Josh knows amazing. But I don't know do yours little more funkier. I feel like you see less do your. I mean, I see less both in my life. I do see less. A little more basic little more basic bitch. I'm gonna go at Dior. Well, guys, we hope we've cleared up. This week's reason.

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"laura nick" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"laura nick" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Slash L A, and we'll give you a thousand bucks. If your idea, it's basically ten friends sitting in a bar going through submissions once a month. And we give somebody a thousand bucks to use for you and nine friends to go to a bar to nationalize functional alcoholism is a lifestyle. Yes, that's cool. We are giving back something like what is something that you would we do a lot of community gardens. We've done like we built a pinewood derby track for a neighborhood on the south side of LA. We've done like this one guy had comic books and serial where he would. Teach kids how to draw comic books, and he would provide breakfast Sierra like a pop up in a little thing. So those are the kind of things do I submit to. I don't wanna see US Roman Polanski's, and you have to be making LA better. And you don't live here. And I don't think you would qualify. Yeah. I come back and make it better thorough grade. Party Mon I don't think is there. Anything you want to plug obviously, your new film lemons as lemons is the news. In grammatically. Correct lens are the new black. I mean, there's not much they would've made sense. If one of the carriages was named lemons. But you said no to that question because we thought Louis CK played every character. Did you get Lucy going to do it? Or is that you wearing the Louis CK, man. I actually got a completely for a third person. A third of hers. Yes, Lynn men will. Team where a mask, and it does exist in the Akron university. It does. Okay. So fans of aqua man should be interested in this film Offerman made a billion dollars. So yes. Yeah. We okay. It's the subtitle is club. Miranda. So what? I would see that's a funnier dive video right there. Oh, yes. Man Luton moon. Well. Yeah. He just for apps and he's under the water. What did you have another in doing it in this character as Rome? Do you want to step out final? And final mass to reveal the I guess the ultimate creep this. This. Rid creep. Does that exist in the universe? Yeah. Go through. Yes. Hello. Hi, the ultimate crave. The ultimate crepe. Go. Go watch on a show. Good trouble unfree form, go. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I've seen a couple of billboards. Yeah. What's it about? All I can get what I get from it to women are friends. Yes. And that's about all I can really frequent. It's two women in their twenty s making bad decisions. I might be one of the bad decisions. Very very, it's a very horny show. A lot of sex or they're horny or us or horny while it happens or. No, I do not make out. I the pillows. I did not. I can't say I can't give spoil because there's a bit of a will. They will. You know? There's some okay. Okay. Just checking on free on freeform every Tuesday executive. I'm so glad I didn't say that in. Tracy reardon. You're not a character yourself. So just, but I do know about a film that Lohan Lucas is doing a new movie by the orchard as well. And it has come out as last weekend when this was released as comes out February I in Theodose, and then February fifth undermanned, and it is about a couple that tries to have a threesome to keep the relationship or, you know, see if it's good for the what's it called? Dear hold the unicorn DO. The laura. Nick, the food or the stores shot in it who's the tischler unicorn then unicorns three people. Oh, okay. We don't know what's going to happen with them. More of a try corn. They try with multiple different people and have varying levels of success in this. We some end devas. And so starting tomorrow hail. Beck. Bennett. Hemingway? Kyle Moonies in the movie. Jacome Carl movie he's t be called that'd be meant to legally changes name. He's moving Kyle move heavily Dangelo. She should also changed her name Beverley movie. Yes. Do I about about Schwartzman? It's a beam fun time. It's it's also very horny film. And also, very funny. I tell you I saw this film the other day, and I was horny throughout thing. Yeah..

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"laura nick" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"laura nick" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Laura Nick foles apparently had a give back blast slipper back to Cinderella. The eagles jumped out to a fast fourteen nothing lead this game. Turn while. Philly looked to be on their way to a third score back to the left polls. Trump's back steps trains run down the far sideline jump. States interception. Certainly changed the direction of this games. Xtra fund saints Radio New Orleans in-command from that point on drew Brees a pair of saints touchdown passes and Orleans defense stifled Nick foles in the eagles. The saints took a twenty two fourteen did have one final shot bowls had the ball to the goal, but also on Jeffrey muffed, a catchable pass which turned into a victory sealing. I n t for Mr. Lattimore earlier it was Brady and Belichick offering another pats trip to the conference finals hand off to the left. Nice. Awesome. James? The patriots are doing it. Every way possible against this. Los angeles. The fan via Westwood One. Patriots dominated the game early thirty eight to seven lead and cruising or forty one twenty eight victory LA quarterback, Philip rivers. Do it would be tough playing on the road, especially in Chile Foxborough. You really think about it? Yeah. You won't be home. There's no question. Homerun? It's about sixty degrees. At your place, not dealing with the noise communicate and all those things those things can help a little bit today too. So. But they just outplayed us pats chiefs that Sunday for the AFC honors and.

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"laura nick" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"laura nick" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Great day in this greatest nation on God's green earth. A great day to advance all three hours today, a basic question. What is it that can bring Americans together? A lot of people used to be brought together by the space program. It used to be a source of great unanimity and pride and everybody coming together to support those brave astronauts, and what they achieved there's a new movie about that. It is called. I man that is about the first man on the moon. Neil Armstrong played by Ryan Gosling. And it's directed by the same director who did LA La Land. And whiplash talented guy. Is it worth seeing? Does it show? The American flag after all will answer all questions. About I man a little bit later in the program. We'll also talk about another source of political unity for the United States, which is a complete contempt. I mean, total contempt then shared by Americans who are black and white and Latino and Asian and rich and poor and live in the interior live on the coast. Everybody shares contend for political correctness. This is something that is stunning. And there is a new study that the Asha Manca over at Harvard has written about yes Harvard. We'll get to that in just a moment. And there's something else that I think should unite Americans. But may be doesn't yet which is a fear of another impeachment crisis. I mean, Democrats are being more and more serious and more and more credible. Saying if we win the house of representatives. The senate. We're going forward with impeaching Brad Kavanagh. We're going forward with impeaching President Trump is that a good idea. We'll talk to one of the people who was central to the last impeachment crisis. We had his name is judge Ken Starr. He was in charge of the investigation that led to the impeachment. Of Bill Clinton. What are the lessons for today's political world? And what are the lessons for Robert Mueller who's playing the same kind of job that that that Ken Starr functioned and back in the nineteen nineties one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six is our phone number. On this issue of political correctness. I. There's this amazing piece in the Atlantic of all places in the Atlantic is not a conservative journal headline Americans strongly disliked, dislike PC culture. And this is stunning in the way that it shows that hatred for contempt for resistance to political correctness brings together everybody. He. What what they write about is? This is if you look at what Americans have to say on issues such as immigration the extent of white privilege. And the prevalence of sexual harassment. Their distinct clusters that emerge. Progressive activist traditional liberals, passive liberals, politically disengaged, moderates, etcetera etcetera. Okay, one thing that's fascinating. Here is people who are traditional conservatives. Far outnumber those who say they're progressive activists by twenty five percent conservative eight percent or progressive activists by contrast. The two thirds of Americans who don't belong to either extreme constitute an exhausted majority their members share a sense of fatigue with our polarized national conversation, a willingness to be flexible in their political viewpoints, and a lack of voice in the national conversation. I think that's exactly right. And you can count me. Yeah. I mean, I I would probably be grouped together with the twenty five percent who were devoted conservatives. They say traditional conservatives, but they're certainly element. Sometimes you feel like part of an exhausted majority. And then they go on to write they say most members of this exhausted majority. Remember that's eighty percent of the public and then some dislike political correctness among the general population. Full eighty percent believe that political correctness is a problem in our country. Even young people are uncomfortable with it. Including seventy four percent between the ages of twenty four and twenty nine and of those under twenty four seventy nine percent. That means the people who most resent political correctness who think it's a problem in our country. Are the people are having an shoved down their throats. It's not working. And why is this? Why is this resentment so common and by the way, who what racial group resents political correctness? Most remember it's eighty percent of everybody. You think white people you're on? The racial group that most resents political correctness is American Indians. A second or Hispanics, Hispanics, hate, political correctness and Asians. They Harry, political correctness even more than white people do black people seventy five percent resent political correctness think it's a problem in the country. And this piece in the Atlantic quotes, a forty year old American Indian and Oklahoma. Who participated in a focus group as part of this project. It's interesting project. But this American Indian again, forty years old said it seems like every day you wake up something has changed. Do you say Jew or Jewish is that a black guy or African American? You have to be on your toes because you never know what to say, so political correctness in that sense. It's scary. Three quarters of African Americans oppose political correctness. This means that they are only four percentage points less likely than whites and only five percentage points less likely than the average to believe that political correctness is a problem. Okay. Uniting blacks and whites and young and old. Can we say no to political correctness and that goes for political correctness even in San Francisco? This is an amazing story about someone named Stephen don't say Stephen his name is Stephen S T E V O N. He is the new president of the San Francisco unified school district and they've had a long standing tradition for the San Francisco unified school district. A tradition of beginning each public. Meaning I saying the pledge of allegiance. Well, no more. Instead, the first meeting that Steven cook presided over as president of San Francisco unified school district sounded like this. Thank you tonight. We start this meeting at honor of the claim American writer, and activist my Angelou who once said when you learn teach when you get give. Section. A is excessive abilities information for public section be opening items approval of the board minutes for timber twenty fifth twenty eighteen motion the second, please. Second row, Cobo, Scottsdale. Okay. And then they go forward into the meeting. No pledge of allegiance, and instead a phony, quote, why do I say it's a phony, quote, the Washington Post actually looked at this this quote that has allegedly for my Angelou, the only source for believing that she ever said, it was that Oprah Winfrey. Said it that my Angelou said it, but there's no record that she ever wrote it or set it or anything like that. And by the way, what does it mean when you learn teach when you get give? I am not sure what that means. Okay. Here's the story of Stephen cook. He's a young man he grew up in public housing. He did very well in school. He went to Williams College, very exclusive high ranking liberal arts college in Massachusetts. And then he came back to San Francisco. He's involved in a number of social initiatives himself elected school board. He's now the school board president, but he said the. The move dropping the pledge of allegiance, and instead quoting my Angelou was not a demonstration in the vein of Colin Kaepernick, another San Francisco hero and quotes. He says I was looking for creative ways to express admiration for the people that make the country. What it is. He told the San Francisco Chronicle of of the current political climate was disappointing. And that the Trump administration has quote been attacking our liberties. Okay. You can you can say all kinds of things about the Trump administration. Where's been the Trump administration been attacking liberties? I hadn't heard that before what what liberties exactly is the Trump administration attacked one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six. And then he said, I don't spend much time thinking about President Trump. Yeah. I think that's probably true. He says, although there is a requirement that schools conduct a pledge or similar activity. There's no such requirement for school boards. That was the statement from the district spokeswoman whose name is Laura. Nick. No one in the audience appeared to mind cooks new introduction. Will of course, not at San Francisco. And now, they are planning on having other quotes from other worthies to begin in the place of the pledge of allegiance, those will include Harvey milk, James Baldwin Toni Morrison, the Wright brothers, ABRAHAM LINCOLN and more. So what's wrong with this? And what's wrong with a cross on the war memorial? It's under attack. We'll be right back on the Medved show..

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"laura nick" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

10:35 min | 2 years ago

"laura nick" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Great day in this greatest nation on God's green earth. A great day to advance all three hours today, a basic question. What is it that can bring Americans together? A lot of people used to be brought together by the space program. It used to be a source of great unanimity and pride and everybody coming together to support those brave astronauts, and what they had seen. There's a new movie about that. It is called. I man it is about the first man on the moon. Neil Armstrong played by Ryan Gosling. And it's directed by the same director who did LA La Land. And whiplash talented guy. Is it worth seeing? Does it show? The American flag after all will answer all questions about I man. In a little bit later in the program. We'll also talk about another source of political unity for the United States, which is a complete contempt. I mean, total contempt then is shared by Americans who are black and white and Latino and Asian and rich and poor and live in the interior live on the coast. Everybody shares him for political correctness. This is something that is stunning. And there is a new study that. Yeah. Sean Manca over at Harvard has written about. Yes, harvard. We'll we'll get to that in just a moment. And there's something else that I think should unite Americans, but maybe doesn't yet which is a fear of another impeachment crisis. I mean, Democrats are being more and more serious and more and more credible. Saying if we win the house of representatives, let alone the Senate we're going forward with impeaching Brad Kavanagh, we're going forward with impeaching President Trump is that a good idea. We'll talk to one of the people who was central to the last impeachment crisis. We had his name is judge Ken Starr. He was in charge of the investigation that led to the impeachment. Of Bill Clinton. What are the lessons for today's political world? And what are the lessons for Robert Mueller who's playing the same kind of job that that Ken Starr function and back in the nineteen s one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six is our phone number. On this issue of political correctness. I. There's this amazing piece in the Atlantic of all places in the Atlantic is not a conservative journal headline Americans strongly disliked, dislike PC culture. And this is stunning in the way that it shows that hatred for contempt for resistance to political correctness brings together everybody. He. What what they write about is? This is if you look at what Americans have to say on issues such as immigration the extent of white privilege and the prevalence of sexual harassment. Their distinct clusters that emerge. Progressive activists traditional liberals, passive liberals, politically disengaged, moderates at cetera et cetera. Okay. Wondering is fascinating. Here is people who are traditional conservatives. Far outnumber those who say they're progressive activists by twenty-five percent or conservative eight percent are progressive activists by contrast. The two thirds of Americans who don't belong to either extreme constitute an exhausted majority their members share a sense of fatigue with our polarized national conversation, a willingness to be flexible in their political viewpoints, and a lack of voice in the national conversation. I think that's exactly right. And you can count me. Yeah. I mean, I I would probably be grouped together with the twenty five percent who were devoted conservatives. They say traditional conservatives, but they're certainly elements. Sometimes you feel like part of an exhausted majority. And then they go on to right? They say most members of this exhaustive majority. Remember that's eighty percent of the public and then some dislike political correctness among the general population. Full eighty percent believe that political correctness is a problem in our country. Even young people are uncomfortable with it. Including seventy four percent between the ages of twenty four and twenty nine and of those under twenty four it's seventy nine percent. That means the people who most resent political correctness who think it's a problem in our country. Are the people who are having an shoved down their throats. It's not working. And why is this? Why is this resentment so common and by the way, who what racial group resents political correctness? Most remember it's eighty percent of everybody you think white people you're on. The racial group that most resents political correctness is American Indians. A second or Hispanics, Hispanics, hate, political correctness and Asians. They Harry, political correctness even more than white people do black people seventy five percent resent, political correctness think it's problem the country, and this piece in the Atlantic quotes, a forty year old American Indian and Oklahoma who participated in a focus group as part of this project. It's interesting project, but this American Indian again, forty years old said it seems like every day you wake up something has changed. Do you say Jew or Jewish is that a black guy or African American? You have to be on your toes because you never know what to say, so political correctness in that sense. It's scary. Three quarters of African Americans oppose political correctness. This means that they're are only four percentage points less likely than whites and only five percentage points less likely than the average to believe that political correctness is a problem. Okay. Uniting blacks and whites and young and old. Can we say no to political correctness and that goes for political correctness even in San Francisco? This is an amazing story about someone named Stephen don't say Stephen his name is Stephen S T V O N. He is the new president of the San Francisco unified school district and they've had a long standing tradition for the San Francisco unified school district. A tradition of. Beginning each public meeting. I saying the pledge of allegiance. Well, no more. Instead, the first meeting that Steven cook presided over as president of San Francisco unified school district sounded like this. Thank you tonight. We start this meeting in honor of the claim American writer, and activist my Angelou who once said when you learn teach when you get give. Such is excessive abilities information for public section be opening items approval of the board minutes for September twenty fifth twenty eighteen motion the second, please. Second row, Cobo viscosity. Okay. And then they go forward into the meeting. No pledge of allegiance, and instead a phony, quote, why do I say it's a phony, quote, the Washington Post actually looked at this this quote that has allegedly for my Angelou, the only source for believing that she ever said, it was that Oprah Winfrey. Said that my Angelou said it, but there's no record that you have eroded or it or anything like that. And by the way, what does it mean when you learn teach when you get give? I'm not sure what that means. Okay. Here's the story of Stephen cook. He's a young man he grew up in public housing. He did very well in school. He went to Williams College, very exclusive high ranking liberal arts college in Massachusetts. And then he came back to San Francisco. He's involved in a number of social initiatives and got himself elected school board. He's now the school board president, but he said the the move dropping the pledge of allegiance, and instead quoting my Angelou was not a demonstration in the vein of Colin Kaepernick, another San Francisco hero and quotes. He says I was looking for creative ways to express admiration for the people that make the country. What it is. He told the San Francisco Chronicle of of the current political crime. It was disappointing. And that the Trump administration has quote been attacking our liberties. Okay. You can you can say all kinds of things about the Trump administration. Where's been the Trump administration been attacking liberties? I hadn't heard that before what what liberties exactly is the Trump administration attacked one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six. And then he said, I don't spend much time thinking about President Trump. Yeah. I think that's probably true. He says, although there is a requirement that schools conduct a pledge or similar activity. There is no such requirement for school boards. That was the statement from the district spokeswoman whose name is Laura, Nick. No one in the audience appeared to mind cooks new introduction. Will of course, not at San Francisco. And now, they are planning on having other quotes from other worthies to begin in the place of the pledge of allegiance, those will include Harvey milk, James Baldwin Toni Morrison, the Wright brothers, ABRAHAM LINCOLN and more. So what's wrong with this? And what's wrong with a cross on a war memorial? It's under attack. We'll be right back on the Medved show..

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"laura nick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:56 min | 2 years ago

"laura nick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Director who did LA La Land. And whiplash talented guy. Is it worth seeing? Does it show? The American flag after all will answer all questions. About I man a little bit later in the program. We'll also talk about another source of political unity for the United States, which is a complete contempt. I mean, total contempt that is shared by Americans are black and white and Latino and Asian and rich and poor and live in the interior live on the coast. Everybody shares contempt for political correctness. This is something that is stunning. And there is a new study that the Manca over at Harvard has written about yes Harvard. We'll get to that in just a moment. And there's something else that I think should unite Americans, but maybe doesn't yet which is a fear of another impeachment crisis. I mean, Democrats are being more and more serious and more and more credible. Saying if we win the house of representatives, let alone. Senate. We're going forward with impeaching Brett Kavanagh we're going forward with impeaching President Trump is that a good idea. We'll talk to one of the people who was central to the last impeachment crisis. We had his name is judge Ken Starr. He was in charge of the investigation that led to the impeachment. Of Bill Clinton. What are the lessons for today's political world? And what are the lessons for Robert Muller who's playing the same kind of job that that Ken Starr function in back in the nineteen nineties one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six is our phone number. On this issue of political correctness. I. There's this amazing piece in the Atlantic of all places in the Atlantic is not a conservative journal headline Americans strongly disliked, dislike PC culture. And this is stunning in the way that it shows that hatred for contempt for resistance to political correctness brings together everybody. He. What what they write about is? This is if you look at what Americans have to say on issues such as immigration the extent of white privilege and the prevalence of sexual harassment. Their distinct clusters that emerge. Progressive activists traditional liberals, passive liberals, politically disengaged, moderates, etcetera etcetera. Okay, wondering is fascinating. Here is people who are traditional conservatives. Far outnumber those who say they're progressive activists by twenty-five percent or conservative eight percent or progressive activists by contrast. The two thirds of Americans who don't belong to either extreme constitute an exhausted majority their members share a sense of fatigue with our polarized national conversation, a willingness to be flexible in their political viewpoints, and a lack of voice in the national conversation. I think that's exactly right. And you can count me. Yeah. I mean, I I would probably be grouped together with a twenty five percent who were devoted conservatives. They say traditional conservatives, but they're certainly elements. Sometimes you feel like part of an exhausted majority. And then they go on to write they say most members of this exhausted majority. Remember that's eighty percent of the public and then some dislike political correctness among the general population. Full eighty percent believe that political correctness is a problem in our country. Even young people are uncomfortable with it. Including seventy four percent between the ages of twenty four and twenty nine and of those under twenty four seventy nine percent. That means the people who most resent political correctness who think it's a problem in our country are the people who are having an shoved down their throats. It's not working. And why is this? Why is this resentment so common and by the way, who what racial group resents political correctness? Most remember it's eighty percent of everybody you think white people you're on. The racial group that most resents political correctness is American Indians. A second or Hispanics, Hispanics, hate, political correctness and Asians. They Harry, political correctness even more than white people do black people seventy five percent resent, political correctness think it's a problem in the country, and this piece in the Atlantic quotes, a forty year old American Indian and Oklahoma who participated in a focus group as part of this project. It's interesting project. But this American Indian again, forty years old said it seems like every day you wake up something has changed. Do you say Jew or Jewish? Is it a black guy or African American? You have to be on your toes because you never know what to say, so political correctness in that sense is scary. Three quarters of African Americans oppose political correctness. This means that they're only four percentage points less likely than whites and only five percentage points less likely than the average to believe that political correctness is a problem. Okay. Uniting blacks and whites and young and old. Can we say no to political correctness and that goes for political correctness? Even in San Francisco, this is an amazing story about someone named Stephen don't say Stephen his name is Stephen S T E V O N. He is the new president of the San Francisco unified school district, and they've had a long standing tradition for the San Francisco unified school district a tradition of beginning each public meeting, I saying the pledge of allegiance. Well, no more. Instead, the first meeting that Steven cook presided over as president of San Francisco unified school district sounded like this. Thank you tonight. We start this meeting in honor of the claim American writer and activist. My Angelou who wants said when you learn teach when you get give. Section. A is accessibility to information for public section be opening items approval of the board minutes for September twenty fifth twenty eighteen motion the second, please. Second Cobo viscosity. Okay. And then they go forward into the meeting. No pledge of allegiance, and instead a phony, quote, why do I say it's a phony, quote, the Washington Post actually looked at this this quote that is allegedly for my Angelou, the only source for believing that she ever said, it was that Oprah Winfrey. Senate that my Angelou said it, but there's no record that she ever wrote it or set it or anything like that. And by the way, what does it mean when you learn teach when you get give? I'm not sure what that means. Okay. Here's the story of Stephen cook. He's a young man he grew up in public housing. He did very well in school. He went to Williams College, very exclusive high ranking liberal arts college in Massachusetts. And then he came back to San Francisco. He's involved in a number of social initiatives, self elected school board. He's now the school board president, but he said the. The move dropping the pledge of allegiance and instead quoting my Angelou was not a demonstration in the vein of Colin Kaepernick. Another San Francisco hero in quotes. He says I was looking for creative ways to express admiration for the people that make the country. What it is. He told the San Francisco Chronicle of the current political crime. It was disappointing. And that the Trump administration has quote been attacking our liberties. Okay. You can you can say all kinds of things about the Trump administration. Where's been the Trump administration minute tanking liberties I hadn't heard that before what what liberties exactly as the Trump administration attacked one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six. And then he said, I don't spend much time thinking about President Trump. Yeah. I think that's probably true. He says, although there is a requirement that schools conduct a pledge or similar activity. There is no such requirement for school boards. That was the statement from the district spokeswoman whose name is Laura. Nick. No one in the audience appeared to mind cooks new introduction. Will of course, not at San Francisco. And now, they are planning on having other quotes from other worthies to begin in the place of the pledge of allegiance, those will include Harvey milk, James Baldwin Toni Morrison, the Wright brothers, ABRAHAM LINCOLN and more. So what's wrong with this? And what's wrong with a cross on a war memorial? It's under attack. We'll be right back on the Medved show..

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"laura nick" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"laura nick" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Well, you know, the cultural policies, IRS rice, look who showed up in the express mail today. You know, I actually would have showed up with the big bow on me, but you don't like that. So I had to come in just own Atucha wral Michael Jackson outfit year or week ahead of the new studio. We built it for you. I can't. You know, I actually just got a little sneaky tour of it. I cannot wait to be in there. That place is awesome. I don't know why they thought you were special enough for that type of studio, but it is pretty cool. We'll get more on that in a minute. But as you have been anticipating is today the day the Nick Sabin finally ends the suspense. What about a coach? I, I'm gonna sing. We're probably going to find out Saturday starting when they come out on field. I don't think you feel assume anything. You know, I don't. From ready to tell you, I'll tell you if I'm not, I won't. I. So you can assume that like that fair. Just to be clear though, is the plan to play both quarterbacks during the game against Louisville? Nobody said that. I mean, I don't know where where did that come from? Just to be clear. I mean, not be cleared as the plan. Look, none of that's been decided yet. So I wish we could talk about something else because I don't really have anything else to say about it. This is this is what's called Laura, Nick Sabin schooling the report. Hey, yeah. I mean, he has a lot of fun with this and you can see that little smirk. There's a smile that just ready to peek through, but I tell you what there's no advantage right now for Alabama, naming the quarterback, and that's where he's sitting Nick Sabin saying, why would I tell you who you're gonna face? We've got two quarterbacks who are running the same offense, similar offense in practice. So they're going to do similar things, but they also do have some discipline or skill set. So I think there's a way that he's looking at this of what we, why would I tell Louisville who they're going to face? And I was just at practice. We can get into that more as we go along. Yeah, I've been in the library. It's been a lot of fun and very, very interesting. And I think telling it a lot of ways so perspective on that. But yeah, there's no reason why he should. Of course and ask them, ask them question, don't let him control the narrative anyway, but there were some big decisions made today. Co, Kelly is the man at Arkansas. Felipe a Franks at Florida, Terry Wilson at Kentucky, Dan Mullen with the story. We have some young quarterbacks that I think all have really bright futures and their development there along all of them are a long way from finished product of what we need to see. So as Brian, I sat down where we looked at who would give us the best opportunity to win now. Not projecting where they're going to be or how they're going to developer, how they'll grow throughout the years. But right now we hit out in the field warning running our offense who's going to give us the best opportunity to win. And you know a lot of it that we felt Felipe bay and some of the. Ability to extend plays some of his athleticism right now. We'll give us the best opportunity to win games. Dan Mullen. So again, let's start. Let's start with that. Yeah, that makes the most sense, right at fleet Franks, certainly a work in progress last year, but Dan Mullen was brought in to develop quarterbacks. He's brought in to make this offense better. I think Emory Jones will play though, and I think that's the way to go about it. Just put them out there, get him some reps, let him be kind of a change of pace and a lot of ways and a change of look, at least for the opposing defense. So a couple of other ones we want to definitely get to your thoughts because you've been. At a couple of places lately, including Alabama and Georgia. But Laura, I don't know where you are Saturday, probably flying back from New York, but this was breaking news in Orlando that the NCWA has recognized UCF as a national champ..

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"laura nick" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"laura nick" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Well, you know, the college football Caesar's rise look who showed up in the express mail today. I actually would have showed up with the big bow on me, but you don't like that. So I had to come in just own Atua wral Michael Jackson outfit year week ahead of the new studio. We built it for you. I can't. You know, I actually just got a little sneaky tour of it. I cannot wait to be in there. That place is awesome. I don't know why they thought you were special enough for that type of studio, but it is pretty cool. We'll get more on that in a minute. But as you have been anticipating is today the day the Nick Sabin finally ends the suspense. What about a coach. I'm going to assume we're, we're probably gonna find now Saturday starting when they come out a field little. Thank you for the soom. Anything. You know, I don't. From ready to tell you, I'll tell you if I'm not, I won't. I. So you can assume that like that fair. Just to be clear though, is the plan to play both quarterbacks during the game against Louisville? Nobody said that. I mean, I don't know where where does that come from? Just to be clear, not be cleared as the plan. None of that's been decided yet. So I wish we could talk about something else because I don't really have anything else to say about it. This is what's called Laura, Nick, Sabin schooling, the report of, yeah. I mean, he has a lot of fun with this and you can see that little smirk it. There's a smile that just ready to peek through, but I tell you what there's no advantage right now for Alabama, naming the quarterback, and that's where he's sitting Nick Sabin saying, why would I tell you who you're gonna face? We've got two quarterbacks who are running the same offense, similar offense in practice. So they're going to do similar things, but they also do have some distance skill set. So I think there's a way that he's looking at this of what we would. I tell Louisville who they're going to face, and I was just at practice. We can get into that more as we go along. Yeah, I've been in the library. It's been a lot of fun and very, very interesting. And I think telling it a lot of ways, so a gun perspective on that. But yet there's no reason why he should. Ask him, ask him a question. Don't let him control the narrative anyway, but there were some big decisions made today. Co, Kelly is the man at Arkansas Felipe bay francs at Florida, Terry Wilson at Kentucky, Dan Mullen with the story. We'll sat as we, we have some young quarterbacks that I think all have really bright futures and their development there along all of them are a long way from finished product of what we need to see. So as Brian, I sat down where we looked at who would give us the best opportunity to win now. Not projecting where they're going to be or how they're going to develop or how they'll grow throughout the years. But right now we hit out in the field warning running our offense who's going to give us the best opportunity to win. And a lot of it that we felt Philippe bay and some of the ability to extend plays some of his athleticism right now, we'll give us the best opportunity to win games. Dan Mullen. So again, let's start. Let's start with that. Yeah, that makes the most sense, right. At flip a Franks. Certainly a work in progress last year, but Dan Mullen was brought in to develop quarterbacks. He's brought in to make this offense better. I think Emory Jones will play though, and I think that's the way to go about it. Just put them out there, get him some reps, let him be kind of a change of pace in a lot of ways and a change of look, at least for the opposing defense. So a couple of other ones we want to definitely get to your thoughts because you've been. At a couple of places lately, including Alabama and Georgia..

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"laura nick" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"laura nick" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And so much laura nick knaw that belong are you behind on your federal student loan payments you may qualify to have your entire student loan forgiven with one free call that's right if you're a teacher police officer firefighter or work for a nonprofit federal programs are still available to have your entire student loan forgiven student loan options wants to give you free information on all the programs that can help the sooner you call the faster you can get relief get the maximum loan forgiveness loan reduction or consolidation available plus find out in the first free call what you qualify for a loan forgiveness specialist is standing by to answer all of your questions for free stop worrying about student loan payments this free information could change your life call eight hundred three seven four zero three one one eight hundred three seven four three one one wipeout your federal student loan debt find out how call eight hundred three seven four three one one eight hundred three seven four three one one enjoy the game more with these he's the home of your threetime world champions we are six eighty schwartz loss and with his cumulus station oh.

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"laura nick" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"laura nick" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I'm taking fruits and veggies says that's what it uh join john nixon vitamins it's not a vitamin pill this is it fruits and veggies in a capsule you can smell it too and john because i know throughout the process where it doesn't overheated when you do that you take the nutrients out of it but open though important laura nick foulks no he processes and there's no air processes both whose those damaging destroys the nutrition and the and the antioxidant in process with cold processes on my are getting ninety nine point nine percent of the fresh fruit and vegetables out so in the capital yes we've talked about this before but i think it's important because i read about it again today and i i'm fascinated by it how is from a socalled vitamin hill but vitamin nothing more than the extraction or instances about what one of that this is not uh now either synthesizer extract that much rather odd they've this is what you would get in the fruit and vegetable and fruit or vegetables for example i'll just mathl as but in any of them i could tell you there's there's there's tens of thousands of different chemicals naturally occurring uh important chemicals that uh synergistically together to get the facts that we need to get and you can't joe same things out multivitamin you can't and that's where i gene we've been misled is the public to thinking that a vitamin is some kind of a substance what you're not getting in your diet and you're saying as as a head nutritionist and.

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"laura nick" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"laura nick" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Laura nick kyrgios it is presented by home advisor by trust at home improvement pros for any project that home advisor dot com pushes the money bit home improved in radio show on your an online mom tom kreidler ready in today's edition of the money is presented by john weight safeguard your home in loved ones with a smart security light by maximus withing the porch light redefined equipped with twoway talk highdefinition camera 17th a one hundred decibels aren't alarm learn more at maximum needing dot com hey guys have you entered the might weekend warriors sweepstakes that's going on right now at money could dot com no why not we've partnered with the home depot on a sweepstakes that gives you a shot at winning the coolest nato aisles of the home depot emile of cool stuff going out the grand prize is a beautiful milwaukee tool box meal gyulay's toolboxes that are like is tolleged you are listening is like a sixty drawer tool chest scowling cabinet kinda below so altogether it's like as tall as a person and the grand prize also includes a essex to combo kit from the walk indiana eighteen so and toolbox to keep it all in but a lot more than that we've got the husky bulb workbenches we've got husky mechanics tool sets we've got ten real be 18 role hill driver combo kids i mean we got like wardi prizes altogether and all starts at monte pit dot com so get the details there and turn now and you can even increase champs have writing entering one today and sharing.

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"laura nick" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"laura nick" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Money for the genie's gift a gift everyone right i'm not discounting the fact that yes there are plenty of now i'm who would definitely give more than fifty percent imminent gonna temp maybe even a none not conscious attempt two impressed the the other person i think that might be the idea he ever to right yeah and then let's keep in mind they didn't measure mound that's where you get to this at the end of the upset but hey surprise netter just is affected by hormone all changes in decision making oh yeah yeah you know women are for odel meet puppets than men are definitely hormone yeah yeah totally all right let's dive into the criticism let's see what everybody really ripped into durant to about here and those if you're listening who are chomping at the bit now like eight this person tightly you guys are covering this this is the section for you so in particular that study about voting which was done together with ashley are seen and vlade this microscope this year's that was heavily criticized and it was not well received in fact so see in in the hold it off of their sight because they said it failed to meet there and the torrey else man parents and people online called soliz stupid sexist an offensive science bloggers got together and they dissected and ridicule the article as por science this so that made false assumptions about human psychology so there's a couple of flake sources that i turn to hear for some perspective on this not just science blockers right in psychology today greg are murray wrote about it and he said look this study appears to be fairly typical social science but it suffers from a lot this is something that a lot of people won't tolerate which is the idea the biological factors might influence men and women to behave differently yeah christine harris and laura nick gase i believe his how you pronounce it or maybe it's mix they conducted a replicate some study.

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