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Gen. Don Bolduc (Ret.) Discusses New Hampshire Politics

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 6 d ago

Gen. Don Bolduc (Ret.) Discusses New Hampshire Politics

"The granite state general Don bulldog. Welcome back to America first. Well, hello, sir. How are you? And I hope you listen as well. Yeah, we're preparing for Thanksgiving. We're having debates as to which is the best pie I can't decide between apple pie and pecan pie, but we've got bigger issues to discuss today. So I love the granite state I spent every summer there and offered my winters as well. I'm so sad the old man of the mountain fell off the mountain above franconia, more than a decade ago, but will you help us understand because we still can't work out the fetterman success in Pennsylvania, pennsylvanians, what have you done? Can you tell us what happened to you and what the people of New Hampshire did? Well, I think basically what happened was, you know, $56 million spent by senator Hanson on lies. And the lives were targeted based off of abortion, social security and Medicare. I saw them doing that across the nation. Marilyn's 8 by ten, people getting them every day, you know, she did for every one of my commercials, she did 5. And the money playing out the lies, I think, had a lot to do with it. It's fear. It's uncertainty. It created that in the younger generation, created that amongst women in the elderly, and then the fact that the Democrats do very well here in New Hampshire by taking advantage of same day voter registration and mail in balloting.

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Car Coach Reports' Lauren Fix Talks the Audi Diesel Truck Trial

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:47 sec | 6 d ago

Car Coach Reports' Lauren Fix Talks the Audi Diesel Truck Trial

"Question we've only got a minute left. You got to follow her car coach reports dot com Lorraine fix lord and fix on Twitter. You sent me a story. I haven't even had a look at it. What is the disaster of the Audi diesel truck trial? Just give us give us a little tea so everybody can go and read your report. Okay, it's Anna website on YouTube called vin wiki, VI and wiki, and I've submitted 7 stories to him. I went down to his place in Atlanta. And we tell car stories and one of those was a very interesting accident. I had in the desert, we talk about how it was Oprah's automotive expert, whether you like her or not, it was really good for promoting my brand. And of course some racing while pregnant. So if you go to Ben wiki and you put my name in there, Lauren fix, you will find him a little bit different. All right,

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'Car Coach' Lauren Fix on the Impact of a Potential Rail Strike

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | 6 d ago

'Car Coach' Lauren Fix on the Impact of a Potential Rail Strike

"The car coach, Lauren fix. Welcome back to America first. Well, thanks for having me. Lots going on and I'm really, really excited. I was able to get you some safe breaks put on your vehicle. 'cause those drum brakes. Yeah, a little bit spongy. And when it's raining, not so exciting. So I've got disc brakes all round. There is my baby, there is my 66 Mustang. I've got the 2020 as one, a 2020 as well for the everyday stuff. And the new steering wheel, thank you for the recommendations and your contact. Last thing, and I'm not going to touch it, some period correct rims. And then maybe some AC, I might put some AC in because it gets a little hot and sticky here in the swamp. All right. Enough about me and my pony, although I do need people to go to my website and tell me a name. I need a name and not Sally. Okay, I'm not doing the stupid Mustang Sally. I need a female name, go to said gorka dot com and send me a little message that said gorka dot com. All right, you've been sending me some fascinating stuff. First things first, it's not cars. Right now he's allegedly negotiating. But what is the impact going to be if we have a rail strike Lauren in America? Oh, it's going to be huge. Now I know everyone's talking about what you're literally looking at billions of dollars of losses. Because everything goes cars get transported from the manufacturing plant. To the sub area where it then goes to your dealer. So that means good luck getting cars. We can't get them now. That means all the components, tires, metal, just think of everything that you need gets from point a to point B from the West Coast to the east coast, usually by rail, then it's transported to a diesel powered rig and then from there to the final destination in the last mile to your store or to wherever you're going. And that includes like Amazon packages, U.S. Postal Service, FedEx. That new planes, but they also use rail. And without rail, we're in a lot of trouble. And we've been using it for years, plus passengers, Amtrak, which is owned by the government as well. They can't seem to organize the postal service or Amtrak. But the fact is without diesel and there's a shortage of diesel and without the railroad system we have a supply chain that nightmare.

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Lord Conrad Black and Sebastian Discuss Former Press Sec. Jen Psaki

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | 6 d ago

Lord Conrad Black and Sebastian Discuss Former Press Sec. Jen Psaki

"You mentioned, I played you a cut from the current White House, press secretary. She was very, very angry today as Fauci gave his last speech from the podium before he retires. You said, who do you prefer more Jen Psaki or the current incumbent? Well, Jen Psaki was more competent. I mean, this was competent, frankly. But I find her rather an amiable personality where I found Jen Psaki really rather obnoxious. Well, let's talk about Kayleigh McEnany, which is the champion. I thought I thought she was great. Let's talk about the predecessor. Let's talk about Jen Psaki because she's in the news. This is from Fox News dot com. Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday that there wasn't a lot Democrats could have done to change the inflation reality. A federal judge ruled Monday that the former White House press secretary must comply with the subpoena and offer a deposition in a lawsuit that claims the Biden administration colluded with big tech to sense a speech. Now, her response and I must read it to you. This is directly from Jen Psaki to the judge, lord black. Sitting for a deposition would be extremely burdensome for me. I understand that I would need to devote several days to preparing for the deposition, as well as attending the deposition itself. And that would be highly disruptive to both my work and my family. My response on social media or black is, well, that's a great excuse that president Trump can use now that there's a special counsel coming off to him. Your response. That's just nonsense. But self indulgence self serving pompous statements. I mean, she knew when she was took that job on that there was going to be a good deal of controversy because her party. And so addicted to stirring up spurious litigation against its opponents, she might reasonably assume that some of it would come back at them. And as press secretary, she might have to testify and give evidence. And the president current president did her the honor of conferring that important position on her. And she had to know that something like that went with the therapy. So what did she talking about? I

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Libs Blame Lauren Boebert, Tucker Carlson for Colorado Gunman

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | Last week

Libs Blame Lauren Boebert, Tucker Carlson for Colorado Gunman

"Some of the things they were saying were just simply horrendous, as a matter of fact, I want you to listen to cut 14. This is someone saying that Lauren boebert that congresswoman and Tucker Carlson, they need to be flogged. They need to be punished for defending these children against these radical sex and gender revolutionaries. Cut 14. You need to see accountability and consequences. So first, a real quick hate crime charge here on top of the homicide charges, I applaud that. That tells me prosecutors and police, they found quickly what they needed. That means they know this was a bias crime. This is likely, and since we've heard reports that the subject isn't cooperating with police, that means they likely found clear and convincing evidence on his devices. If he's a consumer of the people we just rattled off from Lauren boebert to Tucker Carlson, let's get it out. Let's get it out at trial. Let's expose it for what it is. Name it and shame it. He's a consumer of these people and those people should face civil consequences from the victims. The other thing they want to deny is not only the safe harbor, but the way we resolve this. And by that, I mean, you asked earlier, how do we put a stop to hate? Well, one of the things you would normally do is teach young children in school, here's what race is about. These other people over here who may seem different to you. They have a different orientation. But you know what? Increasingly, states are saying, no, no, no. You can't talk about race or say the word gay or teach anything in schools. So they deny the resolution mechanism that we would normally use. So this guy is saying that the government clearly was a fan of Lauren boebert and watch Tucker Carlson all the time. Well, there's no proof of that. And I can not sit here behind this big, beautiful, huge conservative microphone, and tell you beyond a shadow of a doubt that the guys ever watched Fox News channel. I can't tell you that because nobody knows that.

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MSNBC Blames Conservatives for Colorado Nightclub Shooting

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | Last week

MSNBC Blames Conservatives for Colorado Nightclub Shooting

"The folks over at MSD and see they have finally figured out who to blame for this shooting at the gay club in Colorado Springs, cut 6, please. The theory is if you're fearful enough, you're not going to push back. But what we need to see happening is the exact opposite. We need to see accountability and consequences. So first, a real quick hate crime charge here on top of the homicide charges, I applaud that. That tells me, prosecutors and police, they found quickly what they needed. That means they know this was a bias crime. This is likely, and since we've heard reports that the subject isn't cooperating with police, that means they likely found clear and convincing evidence on his devices. If he's a consumer of the people we just rattled off from Lauren boebert to Tucker Carlson, let's get it out. Let's get it out at trial. Let's expose it for what it is. Name it and shame it. He's a consumer of these people and those people should pay civil consequences from the victims. Yeah, that's a heavy dose of grade 8 crap. Ladies and gentlemen, what we do know about this attacker is that he is 22 years old. He's a Mormon. I don't know if he likes to get Marie. I don't know. Just because you're Mormon, doesn't make come on, grace, just because you're a Mormon doesn't mean you like Donnie and Murray. Or the handsome. So the guy was a Mormon. So it's not like he's some sort of Southern Baptist. Or I don't know, Presbyterian. Why am I not picking on your denomination grace? Just step away from the microphone. You're just making up for the weeks loss. I am, I am here. But the whole point of this is that there's no proof that this guy we still even know if it is in fact a hate crime. But here's what here's what we do know that they have a George Soros district attorney in Colorado Springs, and this Yahoo let this guy walk when he threatened to blow up his mother.

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Biden's granddaughter Naomi ties knot in White House wedding

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden's granddaughter Naomi ties knot in White House wedding

"President Biden's granddaughter is now a married woman with a prominent wedding held on The White House lawn The White House kept in a private affair press secretary karine Jean Pierre It's a family event And Naomi Peter have asked that their wedding be close to the media Naomi Biden and Peter Neal were married on The White House lawn just the 19th couple to use the historic landmark It was chilly with daytime temperatures in the low 40s The bride wore a long sleeved high neck gown by Ralph Lauren with a very long veil The 28 year old Naomi Biden is a lawyer in Washington

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Lauren Boebert locked in close race likely headed to recount

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Lauren Boebert locked in close race likely headed to recount

"Is there a recount coming in the race for Lauren boebert I'm Lisa dwyer Republican representative Lauren boebert's lead and her Colorado district has shrunk against Democrat Adam frisch Boebert is a conservative firebrand who saw her lead fall to about 550 votes as new results were released It's a race that's being closely watched across the country as Republicans try to bolster their advantage in the U.S. House after clinching a narrow majority Wednesday night Boebert is a Trump loyalist who gained widespread notoriety and a spot on the so called maga squad with her combative style The current margin puts the race within the threshold that would trigger a mandatory recount in that district Had been favored to win reelection in the sprawling third congressional district after redistricting made the conservative district more Republican

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Kevin McCarthy Faces Balancing Act As GOP Closes in on the House

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

Kevin McCarthy Faces Balancing Act As GOP Closes in on the House

"Right in the middle of doing the podcast I was just looking online and I see that it looks like Lauren boebert who, by the way, was in a really close race. For her seat in a Republican district looks like she will pull it out and win the race is pretty much over and it could be very well Lauren boebert, who gives the GOP the majority. Now there's going to be probably 5 or 6 more seats coming our way. And this raises the question of who's going to be the speaker. Now Dennis McCarthy is feverish. Kevin McCarthy, I'm sorry, is feverishly rounding up the votes. But it looks like there's a rebel faction that could block delay, perhaps even deny him the speakership. And I think that's actually appropriate. Now, kind of amusingly, there's been some talk about Trump being the Speaker of the House. And technically that is a possibility in the sense that there's nothing in the rules that says that you have to even belong. You don't even have to be in the house to be the speaker. I mean, I guess Debbie could be speaker or me. Now with Trump, I think we all know it's not going to happen. Why? Because, well, today I expect. I'm not certain of it, but I expect I were invited to be there, but we're not going to be there at Mar-a-Lago. Danielle, my daughter is and her husband, Brandon. I think will be in the audience. And obviously we're expecting Trump to announce a run for the presidency. So obviously he's not going to be in line to be the speaker. But I'd like to see some people give Kevin McCarthy a run for it and I also think that the conservative faction, the freedom caucus should, even if Kevin McCarthy makes it extract very specific concessions and agreements from McCarthy as a condition for supporting

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Trump loyalist Boebert's reelection bid could go to recount

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump loyalist Boebert's reelection bid could go to recount

"Of Congress seen as a loyalist to former president Trump is headed to a possible recount in her bid for reelection I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the race Congresswoman Lauren boebert of Colorado was known as a Republican firebrand I am proud to lead my colleagues and filing a bill to censure president Joe Biden Even heckling President Biden during a somber moment in his State of the Union address And a flag Drake coffin I know She

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Trump loyalist Boebert's reelection bid could go to recount

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump loyalist Boebert's reelection bid could go to recount

"A member of Congress seen as a loyalist to former president Trump is headed to a possible recount in her bid for reelection I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the race Congresswoman Lauren boebert of Colorado was known as a Republican firebrand I am proud to lead my colleagues and filing a bill to censure president Joe Biden Even heckling President Biden during a somber moment in his State of the Union address And a flag Drake coffin I know She had been seen as a lock in Colorado sprawling conservative leading third congressional district betrayal Democrat Adam frisch on election night In two days since with thousands of ballots still to be counted she's taken a roughly 800 vote lead That's a .2% margin well within the .5% margin that triggers an automatic recount I'm Ben Thomas

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Does Pres. Trump Take Credit for Both Wins and Losses?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:48 min | 3 weeks ago

Does Pres. Trump Take Credit for Both Wins and Losses?

"A lot of people are blaming president Trump for what happened last night. President Trump is on the record. He says, hey, look, if we win big, I'm taking credit. If we don't, it's not my fault. You've endorsed more than three 130 candidates this election cycle. Tonight, win or lose the results for Republicans. How much of that will be because of Donald Trump? Well, I think if they win, I should get all the credit. And if they lose, I should not be blamed at all, okay? But it'll probably be just the opposite. When they win, I think they're going to do very well. I'll probably be given very little credit even though in many cases I told people to run. And they ran and they turned out to be very good candidates. You know, they've turned out to be very good candidates. But usually what would happen is when they do well, I won't be given any credit. And if they do badly, they will blame everything in me. So I'm prepared for anything, but we'll defend ourselves. All right, so look, I don't think what happened yesterday is about Trump. Trump was not on the ballot yesterday. The people that were on the ballot were these representatives were the senators, a lot of the issues that were facing these voters. They were local issues. And so I suspect that when you do a deep dive, you're going to find that there was something going on. I'm looking at the Lauren boebert race right now. Lauren boebert is in danger of losing her seat. It is very close. There are still counting ballots. But the fact that it was so close, it could be possible that maybe just maybe I'm just throwing this out there speculating here. In the Lauren boebert case, maybe she was more concerned about being on the national stage than taking care of the constituents back home in the district.

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 Weinstein accuser takes stand in LA after New York testimony

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Weinstein accuser takes stand in LA after New York testimony

"A new twist in the testimony at the Harvey Weinstein rape and sexual assault trial in Los Angeles You've heard of a crossover artist now the Harvey Weinstein case has a crossover witness Her name is Lauren young she is going public with her identity as an accuser though in court she is known as Jane Doe She's the only one seen accused to testify at both his New York trial and the one now going on in Los Angeles She says the movie big shot sexually assaulted her in a Beverly Hills hotel bathroom in 2013 young says she was paralyzed by fear that

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John Solomon on the FBI's Million Dollar Offer to Christopher Steele

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:26 min | Last month

John Solomon on the FBI's Million Dollar Offer to Christopher Steele

"Going to ask an indelicate question. When is the first time what year did an article appear under your byline? Give me a date. March 2017 is the first time I started to unravel with no, no, no, no, no. The first article you ever wrote as a journalist. Oh my gosh, I was 16 years old, so let me do the math on that. It would have been 19 80 5. Okay, 1985. So almost 40 years ago, 37 years in the business. I have to ask you, have you ever in any type of case? Heard of the FBI offering a $1 million against a political candidate for dirt. Have you ever in 37 years have you ever heard that? This town, this type of money only is reserved for people like I'm the most wanted list, like the most wanted terrorism. They offer between one and 5 million. If you get one of those guys, I never heard it offered up against an American, never heard it up, offered up during an election. Never heard it offered up against a sitting presidential candidate and eventual future president. And more importantly, not only have I not heard it, I interviewed lots of FBI agents and experts in former assistant directors, all of them said to the T this is insane. We would never do this. This had to come from the 7th floor of the FBI. Meaning the leaders, should we? Yeah, James Comey and Andrew mccabe.

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Bombshell Revelation of $1M Offer to Christopher Steele

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

Bombshell Revelation of $1M Offer to Christopher Steele

"Offer to Christopher Steele shows FBI misled Congress on Russia probe. Bombshell, that is not an adequate description for the news of a $1 million of your taxpayer funding being used for a smear campaign against the president. And I'm delighted that he can join us right now. He is the host of Justin news, not noise. John Solomon, welcome to America first. Good to be with you, Sam. So tell us what we learned yesterday in that court in Virginia in Alexandria as the trial of the Russian national. It's funny how the mainstream media says America based researcher. They don't tell you where he's from, but the fact that he's actually a Russian is so telling. So tell us about this truly, truly historic bombshell. Yeah, and let's keep in mind he's not only a Russian. He's a Russian that the FBI had a counterintelligence probe open up because they thought he was trying to buy secrets from the Obama administration. So he's a Russian citizen who the FBI had deep suspicions might be tied to Russian intelligence. And despite that, they bring danchenko on to the payroll after they already had Christopher Steele on the payroll. Two foreigners, they're using to build a case against an American president, both of them feeding what turned out to be disinformation to them. So the timetable is so important. It's one month before the 2016 election. The end of the 2016 presidential election. Christopher Steele is given the FBI the dossier according to Brian aten, the FBI analyst. Let's just fill in a little bit of color. Christmas deal. Former MI 6 intelligence officer

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Rep. Lauren Boebert on the Left's Desperation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:08 min | Last month

Rep. Lauren Boebert on the Left's Desperation

"Just over three weeks away from the midterms. That clip I played of Nancy Pelosi wanting to punch a president of the United States in the face. It sounds to me as if they're getting a little bit desperate. How does it look to you on Capitol Hill? Oh, they are very desperate. They know that they are underwater. And that's why you see so many Democrats separating themselves from Nancy Pelosi, separating themselves from Joe Biden. Both of whom have said that they wanted to punch president Trump, which is extremely alarming, but they are now running on this conservative platform as is my opponent. He is lying to voters saying that he is moderate thing that he is conservative, but all of these politicians have voting records to look back on and you can see that the ones who are in Washington D.C.. They voted with Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden's agenda 100% of the time and now say that they do not support them and are trying to separate themselves because there is an election. Everyone knows that these conservative policies are what the Americans want to hear because that is what's going to get us back on track, but the American people win when we actually govern as conservative.

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Rep. Lauren Boebert Discusses the Scandal of Her Opponent, Adam Frisch

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

Rep. Lauren Boebert Discusses the Scandal of Her Opponent, Adam Frisch

"Lauren boebert. Welcome back to America first. And doctor gorka is so great to be with you. I need to have verification. I trust Matt Boyle, breitbart is the most influential conservative news site out there. But this story of the Democrat running against you, I'm just going to say it out loud, having sex in a storage facility on camera and then getting blackmailed by the owner of the storage facility. Is any of this true? Can I just ask you, this is your district? Yes, so actually there was a whistleblower who contacted my campaign. And so I sent my campaign to have a conversation with this man. He was a longtime business owner in Aspen. And I wanted this further vetted. So we gave this to the mainstream media. And breitbart decided to investigate this, have their legal look at it. And we have video evidence. We have emails, correspondence between my opponent, Aspen, Adam frisch, and with this gentleman's Todd Gardner, where there was blackmail taking place to get Adam fresh to change his vote as a city councilman. The owner of the storage unit caught Adam fresh having an affair, his general manager saw it Adam in the act and then used that later as blackmail to get him to change his position on a vote that would have affected his cab business. So there are third party cooperations that took place. There's video evidence. There's emails and of course we have Adam frisch switching his vote to kill a mobility lab in Aspen that would have contracted with Lyft and put this pad business under. So let me just say this. If he can be shaken down by an Aspen cabbie, imagine what Nancy Pelosi and the D.C. lobbyists would do if they ever had him in D.C..

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The Greatest Politician Press Conference

The Dan Bongino Show

00:43 sec | Last month

The Greatest Politician Press Conference

"Greatest press conference that politician ever is without a doubt Lauren Curran Laura Curran from the NASA county New York executive explaining during COVID while you're on the tennis court whose balls you can touch and not touch Do you have it Oh I play this This is great This is awesome Every player unless they're from the same household has to bring their own tennis balls so that you don't touch other people's tennis balls With your hands You can kick their balls but you can't touch them I'm gonna blush sorry Of course if you're playing with someone in your household you can touch those tennis balls

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"lauren" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:59 min | 4 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"God. You have to hear from Christ and if you do, then you're going to influence in a great way. And so when we talk about hearing from Christ, I love this kind of stuff because a lot of times we speak about that as though everybody knows what we're talking about. And I think we have to be clear that because God is a personal God, he communicates to each of us personally and some people will hear him speak to them very clearly. Other times he leads us through circumstances. So I don't think, I think it's important to say that you don't make a formula. You just know that God is alive and he's real and he's a person who wants to communicate with us. But he communicates with each of us in slightly different ways. And it's always going to be biblical, but it's not enough to just say, okay, here's the Bible. The question is, okay, what do I do today lord? Do I flip open the book and try to find a scripture that applies to me? So how does that work for you all? How does that work for you through the years about this idea of hearing from God? Because a lot of times people say, I wish I could hear from God. I don't know what that means. What does that mean? Well, I think as Lauren said for us anyway, number one, you pray about things. Lord, I want you to show me this, this and this. I have a question about this. And then it's amazing. He speaks to me mostly through the Bible. I'll pray about something and then I'll read and get the answer. But sometimes he speaks through another person. I'll get a phone call. Hey, I was just thinking about you and here's what was on my mind and it's something a question I had. Sometimes for me it's just taking a walk and all of a sudden my mind clears, boy, that's the answer. And I know it wasn't an audible voice. It wasn't hate Tony, Lauren, here's the answer, but you know that it's got speaking to you. And I think the key thing is to have that relationship. When you have a relationship with someone who's very special, then you can go to him about everything and if there are questions or if you're making decisions or you're just in limbo about something you can go to God and he will give you the answer and as Tony said it may not be an audible voice, but he will speak to you and it will just kind of direct your path and allow you to make the choices that are best for the situation. I'll give you a quick example. When I was coming out of college, I was a college quarterback. And I had a chance to go to the Canadian football league and play quarterback, guaranteed contract for a ton of money, or I could go to the Steelers for $2000. And something inside me just said, you need to go to the Pittsburgh Steelers. What didn't make sense, all my buddies, all my counselors, you are crazy. What are you doing? I went to the Steelers. It was the best thing that ever happened to me. I don't know why. I can't even explain. It had a peace of mind about it. I met all these buddies that led me to the lord. I met my coach who hired me and got me into the coaching field. But I looked back on it, it was clearly God telling me this is what you need to do. Part of it, it sounds like a willingness to hear from God and obey God. In other words, if God is giving you a sense, do this. He said, I think this is God. You could just go no and do your own thing. So the question is, are you willing to trust God? And even to say, I don't know if I'm getting this right, but lord, I want to trust you. So I'm going to do this unto you. I think you're telling me to go to this deal is if I get a wrong lord, lead me where you want to leave, but my heart is that I want to go where you want to lead me, knowing as the description says you can not give God. When you do what you think he wants you to do, he's in it. He blesses you. He leads even the mistakes and the problems our work together for good. It's an amazing concept that that's who.

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"lauren" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:22 min | 4 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast. Welcome back to the podcast, Lauren bobert, U.S. congresswoman. Colorado's third congressional district. She's on the natural resources and budget committee. She's involved with the freedom caucus, no surprise. She's co chair of the congressional Second Amendment caucus, but I'm really excited about her new book. It's called my American life. I'm actually in the middle of reading it. Lauren, welcome to the podcast. Great to have you. Your life has been kind of a wild ride in the last couple of years. But I want people to sort of hear your story from the beginning. So talk a little bit. Walk us through the who is Lauren boebert and how did you end up where you are now? Yeah, so it's an amazing story. There's some incredible life experiences and I really, I wish that more members of Congress had the life experiences that I've had. They would have more of a better view on reality and how average Americans live and navigate through this life. But I was actually raised in a Democrat household. My mom was a single mom, and when I was four years old, she moved us to aurora, Colorado. And we thought that it was going to be this wonderful life living in the mountains and instead we were putting this crammed two bedroom apartment with two large dogs in aurora. And soon we later found out that my stepdad wasn't the dream man that he had painted himself to be with my mom. He became very abusive. And then throughout the years, there was a lot of drug and alcohol abuse. And it wasn't long before my mom was stuck. She was stuck in a cycle of abuse. There's always the extremes of the abuse and then the extremes of the sincerity of the apology that keeps these people stuck in this cycle. But that also let us to bread lines. Standing in line for government cheese. I remember looking around a large warehouse and saying is this us? Are we so poor that we have to get powdered milk that we aren't able to afford groceries? We have to use monopoly money to go to the grocery store. And I knew at 11 years old, that that was not America's best. We ended up moving to the western slope of Colorado and my stepdad gained some nice employment and things looked a little bit different. And then I started working as well. I started working at the local rifle McDonald's. And I learned two things with that first paycheck. First of all, I didn't like fica. He was taking all of my money and I'm still on a mission to find out who exactly he is. But also, I could do a better job taking care of myself than government ever had. And so I began to develop conservative values unknowingly. I later met my husband and we have four boys now. We have learned through our relationship together literally growing up together that when times get tough, you get tougher. And we had options to revert back to the failed Democrat policies, the lies that our parents believed when we were children that that was the best way to live life. We could have reverted back to that and said, okay, government send me a check. I can't do this on my own. But instead, we decided to press in even harder, no matter what obstacles were in our way. And almost welcomed that resistance that comes in life. That means you're on the right path. Because it's not just a walk in the park. But he and I have, we have our four children together. We've opened up businesses together, restaurants, and we've worked in the oil and gas industry. And we've seen that when you put your hand to something, you can create wealth. You can create opportunities for other people. My faith in God and the relationships that I have in my church led me to minister to women at the local jail. And that was some of the most precious moments of my life. I served there for 7 years. And to go into that jail and personally introduce these women to the God who could turn their shame into glory rather than directing them to another government program that says you are not enough, you will never be equipped to handle life on your own. Take our program. I was able to offer them freedom and independence. And I think that that's where a lot of our self worth and dignity come from actually doing something, doing something productive. I was able to bring these women into my home, offer them jobs. And that was so powerful. And so we have a heart and a passion for people who have struggled. People who have society hasn't treated them the best. Maybe it was their home life. Maybe it was decisions that they made that landed them in a poor situation. But having that compassion encourages me to show them the way out. Not just a handout, but a hand up and saying you can do this too. If we can, so can you? Let's take a short pause when we come back more with congresswoman Lauren boebert.

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"lauren" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast. Welcome back to the podcast, Lauren bobert, U.S. congresswoman. Colorado's third congressional district. She's on the natural resources and budget committee. She's involved with the freedom caucus, no surprise. She's co chair of the congressional Second Amendment caucus, but I'm really excited about her new book. It's called my American life. I'm actually in the middle of reading it. Lauren, welcome to the podcast. Great to have you. Your life has been kind of a wild ride in the last couple of years. But I want people to sort of hear your story from the beginning. So talk a little bit. Walk us through the who is Lauren boebert and how did you end up where you are now? Yeah, so it's an amazing story. There's some incredible life experiences and I really, I wish that more members of Congress had the life experiences that I've had. They would have more of a better view on reality and how average Americans live and navigate through this life. But I was actually raised in a Democrat household. My mom was a single mom, and when I was four years old, she moved us to aurora, Colorado. And we thought that it was going to be this wonderful life living in the mountains and instead we were putting this crammed two bedroom apartment with two large dogs in aurora. And soon we later found out that my stepdad wasn't the dream man that he had painted himself to be with my mom. He became very abusive. And then throughout the years, there was a lot of drug and alcohol abuse. And it wasn't long before my mom was stuck. She was stuck in a cycle of abuse. There's always the extremes of the abuse and then the extremes of the sincerity of the apology that keeps these people stuck in this

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"lauren" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That. But right now, I'm really excited. Lauren boebert is a congresswoman from the third district in Colorado. I had the privilege of getting to know her recently in event at an event in Colorado Springs with Sean Foyt. And I was just so blessed to know who she is to get to know her a little bit. And blessed and thrilled right now to have her on the program. Lauren boebert, welcome. Thanks so much, Eric. It's great to be on with you today. Listen, you're the real deal, and that's why I wanted you on the program because there's so many people in public life that you realize we may agree on some of the issues, but they're not fighters. They're not fire brands. They don't understand where we are in the nation. You're clearly someone who does and you have a primary coming up. Let's start there because you won this congressional seat. Obviously every two years, you've got to go through this whole thing again. What do you face saying before we get into all the fun stuff? What do you facing on June 28th in this primary? Sure. Well, first, you mentioned, you know, every two years you have to go through this again. And I have to say, I love that about the house. I love that we are forced to be with our constituents. Because there are plenty of elected officials who would rather sit back for a few years and say, oh, I don't have to be out there and connecting with people because I'm not up for reelection. So I love that that's forced upon us because I was elected. November 3rd, and November 4th, you know, I was running for reelection, basically. So working hard to serve my constituents and then also campaign as well. But in my primary on June 28th, I am up against a very liberal state senator. He is a registered Republican, but even he says that they are behind his name does not stand for Republicans. So I think we ought to believe

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"lauren" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

05:13 min | 8 months ago

"lauren" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"Work on a non runner. So I was eating solidly for a non runner. But there is another side. And that freedom that you have talked about today, Lauren. I feel that now. And I love it. I love the fact that I, yeah, can eat whatever I want..

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"lauren" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"lauren" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"I'm doctor Becky, and this is good inside. I'm a clinical psychologist and mom of three on a mission to rethink the way we raise our children. I love translating deep thoughts about parenting and to practical, actionable strategies that you can use in your home right away. One of my core beliefs is that we are all doing the best we can with the resources we have available to us in that moment. So even as we struggle and even as we are having a hard time on the outside. We remain good inside. In today's deep dive, I talk with Lauren Bush Lauren, the founder of feed and a mom of three. In 2007, Lauren founded feed, a social action business that provides meals for children in need. In this episode, Lauren and I discuss a new framework for how to help our kids develop into compassionate and active citizens in the world. One thing I want to discuss before we go further. I want to own the privilege I have in discussing topics like poverty and hunger. Lauren and I talk about how to raise awareness, perspective, and gratitude. Which inherently means that we're not experiencing the very life stresses we are discussing. With that in mind, let's jump into this conversation. Hi,.

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"lauren" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"lauren" Discussed on Talking Lion

"This episode with our friends lawrence. Spencer smith i connected with lauren through our lawyer. David and we did a couple of sessions over zoom. Later she visited us in los angeles. We wrote a song together called best friend with her best friend. Gina fontanella recorded this remotely following the release of her song back to friends which recently went viral. Antic talk now. Only does lorne have one of the most incredible and powerful voices we've ever heard but she also is a genius when it comes to social media understanding how to authentically connect with millions of people through music. We love writing with her and we had a great time talking to them. This episode so without further ado in this is talking lions..

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"lauren" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"lauren" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah

"Other day who had against adoption is she was able to adopt This child and her her child's parents came to the united states in. We're here like on a trip. They weren't even residents of the united states citizens of the united states and she had her baby while she's here and it just so happened that because my friend was registered in the us she was able to adopt this child and it changed her life of their lives and I i love stories of this allah people coming out at painful broken situations in there. Someone else to greet them on the other side of that It's really beautiful. I hope to do this someday. You are a part of the story. That's what i'm trying to tell you. You are a part of that story but if you wanna talk about building a family through adoption lauren. I can hook you up. okay. I always like what are you gonna babies and like if i have children great if i don't i just really i i'll tell you this is a kind of secret but I remember i was sixteen years old. And i was sick at the time and i'd walk around in the backyard Of our home. And i was just dreaming. I was always dreaming because i was placed on homebound for like two years and the only place i had to exist right outside of the walls of our home and so i used my immagination a lot and i saw this picture of this little tiny cottage And behind this cottage a mansion and it was a huge home and i walked into the mansion and it. It was too long hallways and multiple doors on the hallways in kids. Were running all over the place by laughing and super joyful and I i started member seeing their faces. And seeing exactly what this looks like and now is half my life ago. And i remember god saying you think that music is going to be the mansion but actually music is going to be the cottage to support. What is going to be built inside as a mansion and it was all. These children are in foster care and orphans in different countries. And i saw all these faces and infill. I feel like there. There's so much in me. That wants to get my hands into that world. So i fully accept your offer get it be connected but just I feel like those are the kind of moments that i live for those moments that when i think about music I feel like that is the sole purpose. I think back to that mansion. Octa by i will live in a cottage for the rest of my life. Probably i'm kind of a person. I love little cottages right. And i feel like my space in which music dwells can be this much but the passion to see lives changed come to people is like a mansions added me. You know so. I love this story. This is personal. This is awesome. You just described my life only. It's radio not music that blah the mansion Only the mansion isn't a mansion. It's a farmhouse. How and bryer is the twelfth child. That god is brought to me through adoption Wow and so what you described the kids of all nations running in and out of the rooms. It's it's not that happy and cheery as your vision is. There's screaming ma. Maybe paul to knock it up. You know there's the real life isn't cheery and happy. All the time i was at this concert is like a worship night. A couple nights ago and this lady shared her adoption story and i- uncontrollably wet. I wept for a long time. I was like the woman in that. Everybody would like seriously like that happened. Twenty minutes ago she still crying. I was present in. It's i think it's because there's something so deep in there that i don't even have the awareness out quite yet And that's just honest like there's something in there that i don't quite nobody away their feel about my nieces and nephews. It's made me scared to become apparent. Because i'm like man. I don't know if i could love kids greater than my nieces and nephews i. I don't know if that's possible has a my love for them in. Everybody doesn't wait. Just wait till it's your own. You're you're gonna have all the love that you could possibly imagine in store for them instead to see that you've been able to carry that love out or so many people So many children is really encouraging to me. Well it's not easy and it will break you into a bazillion pieces Because when whether you adopt or give birth or foster year heart is walking around outside your body for the rest of your life and you can't protect it. Oh yeah coup rolla this. I'm willing to wait. It's worth away. Lauren data let me tell you it is worth the way it is worth it. It's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accept it. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. 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"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Yeah come back pocket. Yeah i have but but it's interesting when you say knowing somebody because to me like lauren. You play so many characters. Like i didn't feel like i necessarily knew who you were as a person from or work you know. Yeah you know. I think it's really been like our pandemic text messages. That really took us there really. I was like okay. this is what's going on underneath. You know she's yeah. I remember lauren. Being very excited that i remember her going like we're becoming real no way but then i'm like okay. Stop texting or like don't yes. She's like oh my god. that's hilarious. Interest ow learn darkness underneath. Yeah would say for sure. Sure yeah. I think so. I think i think a lot of my darkness comes out in my like improvise haired. Yeah yeah i also think like i just. I do have some element of that in my brain at all times. Yes by it's i. It's funny. Because i think when i moved here and started getting acting work. I was passed so often as a naive like wholesome religious people and i have never once even played a character. Like that. an improv. I was like i just don't even know why people keep doing this and as time has passed. I'm like okay. I to have a big is a you believe in god big blue eyes like i don't know why but like so. I've accepted that. I think it's fun now but there was a period of time where i was like. I wish people know that. I'm like sick. Free kind of and that's part of the draw to like when i was first listening to her podcast. I feel that. I was like oh i thought she was this one way. But she's sick freak show. I was playing a religious. Yes naive person. Yes and so. It was like another thing like i. Also you know an interesting thing about that. Show that i always think about too is it was like i don't know if you guys have had a comparable thing to this but it was like i kept thinking like they don't know that lauren is really funny or that like in my community. They're all like sheet like she's like the person and the improv world or whatever and the show like didn't use her like that and i always remember being like it's kind of like an inverse of what we're talking about where it was like. I kept feeling like. Don't you guys know that is not know that that time. I was really comfortable with that being told because it was really easy like there was no pressure on me. it would like increase. My sense of an imposter syndrome. Were like if i was more i would go like. But she's like really funny. I shouldn't be something. I know that feeling right. But they don't know funny but then you're also like don't know i'm funny. I liked to rest says fine. Relag the darkness underneath. I will take a quick break. We'll be right back after this wanted to pop in real quick and let you know that if you like what you hear and you want to support the show..

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"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Attractive in. Lauren is also like when you're working with her like in like a professional speier. She's like. I would say that you're very good at like never overstaying over talking to like anyone ends up making her kind of aloof. Let's see that's not my intention. it's more than i am like. Would you don't want someone to think you're annoying some knowing i wanna be. I don't wanna be like especially with people who are like famous. I want them to think. I'm trying to just do my own thing. And if a if a friendship you know naturally occurs and that's great. Yeah i mean. I see now especially that we even on that because i have these memories of like she would like get to set and this is what i'm just like. Oh i just. I'm like i want to be her friend. And we don't even like chat. Or whatever but i would always get there early and i had. I would have my dressing room door open. And i would always i would leave it open so i'm just totally available for any dorm room. I'm like like a yoga mat. And i'm like reading a book you know i'm like this is like every morning and it would be like right when anyone would come in. I'd be like hey. How's it going so we We always always like damn lauren. Only talks for like one second or it'll be like tie and then she's gone. Damn it was all my own stuff. But it's like the feeling that like you don't really wanna talk to me or like and then i would go to my anytime. I had closed the door. I'm not. I don't know. I also really like to be alone before i have to go into an environment where things with people all day long. So then i'm yeah. I want to just close the door and be like i have five more seconds. Where no looking at me and then you go and do the thing. Yeah laid to that though. Because i feel that same way also like whereas like i don't want you to feel obligated to form a friendship. You know what i mean. We are working and like you know of course creative people. It's like honey. We all had a massage circle and college. no actual. we're going to shelters down best friend. What does that everyone like sits in a i know what the massage everyone with everyone. A group of shared interest comedy people or theater people earlier. Like i mean. I like improv. Back in the day in like chicago was very like that. Where it's like. We're going to do really do things on the floor together. You start to bond and like weird ways. I can't anti you'll get. I think you're right to make that face is yeah is like being emotionally repressed playing indie rock music punk rock basements. I will say i took. That's pretty good. I i mean. I i just ate mine wasn't normal in that i was doing this with twenty nine year. Old men improv. Right right right. I took one acting class in college and they did that kind of like we're we're all cows and we're like walking and doing all. This store thing were immediately made me go like no. That's not my scene. I'm gonna switch my major and get away from this sort of stuff Yeah it was like not. Yeah that kind of element of acting and improv. It is always to me not my my thing. Yeah no. I feel that way too because so basically i wasn't a theater major but i was in a lot of plays but then i took acting one because i was like well like if i'm doing plays i should probably learn something distinctly. Remember like our teacher. She was brazilian and she was visiting. And she was a very into physicality we literally spent an hour and twenty minutes walking around the room. And you could dab.

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"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"That lauren asked me to do her podcast. During that time. I really remember. 'cause 'cause i remember like listening to it and being like this is so funny. She's so funny. And but i never said anything about it and then she asked me to do it and it was like where you have to act like. You're a cool veteran improviser where you go. Oh yeah sure. So like this do that but i remember tall. My friends like i got a door was like so excited about really and like you were funny and it went really well but i didn't know what it'd be like because i had never really seen you do anything i was like okay. I'm gonna invite everyone who does improv on the show to be on my podcast. We can promote the show and then ended up being really fun i like. Did i think you did not think i was going to do a character voice or something and i really like swung for with the voice. I remember seeing you shocked. And i was like yeah but then after the series ended i got divorced and then we were already like french and after that. But it's like it's very funny to look back because the first time we got together we were like having a little past with ended up being a couple of those and mike back cook whose at groundlings okay very rude. No one else wanted to attend like ver. I feel like it had something to do with. Like i think the three of us were like cast earlier and then also like we all. We had like the most mutual friends in like improved allegiance that or something or i think people can go and like i think you and i were both like doing something at uc. Be around this thing. I always hated that kind of thing because like social anxiety and also lauren. Lauren thought i was like a board. Like frat bro. Met me and i was so shocked by this. I've never had anyone awful. I got to labelle and it was just me and mike and we're waiting for matt. Matt was your balance of like a third person. And then like i'm like. Oh he's looking at all these other girls probably thinks they're all like really hot and he's like a jaw. He's like a guy i got. I remember i was just like really trying to talk to you about the fact that you were an english major or like like that. My mom was a professor at the school. You went to can't even so funny and because it was so just as cleared experience. Where i was like. He's like this but we also actually met once before and she did not remember me because he was. Okay this is. This is my favorite. La hollywood's twenty minutes and. I'm sorry. No no i was just gonna ask about other people from clip. Why did george wet. Not show up. Georgia's actually always down tang georgia's one of my favorites. Ever great person is too but and she also was always coordinating the events..

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"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"lauren" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Ocd obsessed with throwing all of his stuff. Away guys both have stories where you got screamed at by dell close thank god i feel like i hear so many things i feel like we both probably were like yelled at to take out as dog or something. Yeah there's there's a whole generation of people above us who like toxic kind of abuse and there's like. Yeah that's part of doing this and it's just like totally glorifying and think. I tweeted like but was closed. Funny and like no one's ever said that he had any comedic sensibility. Talking about how he was pissed in the corner like so much coke but was he funny. I gotta ask again gained yes generation of trauma. Hey hey we got harold night out of it. That's true that's true i do. It's actually kind of funny now that everything's closed down permanently but going to think he might like harold you see behind like we had to walk out. The herald was by belgian and less probably have no clue what that means. And you're like skating right so we see we're we're before i want to ask me was love for cy. I mean you what's going on here. It was just like we're actor friends and then the show ends. You're like you wanna get coffee and also. It was a very long process because first of all i was married before. So that's a key part of the story. But i was married at the time we got the pilot and then it was a year before we got picked up and we had to wait a year to start shooting the series for some reason and they did that thing where they're like. You can't audition for other things. Yeah right and so it was like i literally i left. I worked on a farm in ireland and in europe acting. Well my dad just died. So i was like really going through like that kind of thing. You know twenty five. And i was like i got an up in la. And also. i'm not allowed to work on things. And i'm on this show that i don't think is funny and i gotta i gotta wait a year until we can fill in the next episode. That won't be funny. And i'm like it's like a pretty crazy. Dreaded happy to be on the z. In that moment where it's it's it means. Different things for our careers or something. Where i'm like lauren on it. And everyone knows she's funny. I'm on it. No one has ever heard of me. Play like an unfunny douchebag. This is my nightmare. Romantic the kind of thing and so we were like the the main thing they were always saying to me is that i had to wear tighter shirts. You know. that's like the main note. I'm getting i'm going like this isn't really my vibe. Actually and we need to see your oblique. We apples on. I'm like i'm not. I'm not in great shape if we eight weeks. Get the fuck outta here this is. Tbs baby but the one positive thing about all of that was that we because we had this long time waiting are cast meets always wanted to hang out and get to know each other so we got the friends through that and then when i was also greatly complimented that lauren asked me to do her podcast. During that time. I really remember. 'cause 'cause i remember like listening to it and being like this is so funny..

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"lauren" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"lauren" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Okay at medium to low speed. See that's the problem. It'll take already medium to low speed. I already am at my house. As am i but does it go. Medium is meeting lower from the medium. low. I don't think so so would charge the same as is in the tesla tesla literally within a week. You'd be like well. I got the charger. Because you couldn't live you can't have to chargers at my house and the other thing too is there's only so much power you can actually do at your house. Because because you're you're circuits can only handle so much. The superchargers have special transformers and all sorts of stuff like that. I don't know how fast you can actually do at home. So the have would be the appropriate charger anyway so charging overnight anyway so who gives a shit. Well that's my point. But that that's what i didn't think about because i you know i the volt and i'm like well. It takes like overnight to charge it. That's not that big a deal. But then i realized oh right because it only got sixty miles of range if you have a car that has three hundred miles arrange. Then you're what's well. I have that and so how long does it take you to go from nothing to full. That's a good question. i don't know i. it hasn't gone down to nothing in eighteen months. And i've only had the car nineteen months and i got the bolt at the end of january and we were locked down in march. Look ahead at a month and a half before we things down right. I just seems like a brand new fucking car down. So why are you talking about tesla. Anyway enjoy your old car you off the air that the suspension on this on the bolt is not good for my back. So i'm having some of my office. I didn't get a bulging disc from this but it is not. It does not feel good on my back. So when i drive danielle's car it's nice and comfortable and so the only thing to do is to buy a tesla seems to be the only solution accents. Yeah or i could just get the same cars danielson. It's it's very very comfortable now other but getting rid of a car that you've only for eighteen months is problematic. is it high dramatic. Hasn't been canceled art. Listen we bring lauren over what we should do quickly. She's sitting patiently over there like a professional hip. Wonderful thank she said her head thinking about the cocktails and the crimes that she goes on her. Podcast true crimes and cocktails. Her cousin get hammered. Talk about murder. That's the show. It's an excuse for them to write off..

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"lauren" Discussed on Work, Play, Love with Lauren Fleshman and Jesse Thomas

Work, Play, Love with Lauren Fleshman and Jesse Thomas

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"lauren" Discussed on Work, Play, Love with Lauren Fleshman and Jesse Thomas

"I have a skill set that is aligned with emotional turbulence and any professional athlete. That's what you have to specialize in that highs and lows of sport man big vulnerable stages where you succeed publicly and you fail publicly is like you are just your heart is naked all the time and then you add the element of living your life publicly online at all times You know so anyway. Athletics isn't emotionally turbulent job. Parenting is emotionally job and then picky bars. On our marriage made our marriage and more emotionally turbulent way more relationship and then just the job itself was emotionally trip. So that's like five five turbulences plus a pandemic. Yeah he just became too many turbulence. I needed that doggy. Bag in the back of the arab the seat in front of me to like handle the nausea from it. But i do think it has. It explains a lot. Why i've become why i've had such a hard time with my mental health in the last couple of years in. I think that i'm i'm i know. I'm a highly sensitive person. And i am glad that i am who i am. i think. it's like a super hero trait in certain circumstances. But then i will pile on jimmy things so i. I'm trying to take this year approaching my midlife crisis my fortieth birthday to really Be conscientious about how. I build the next phase of my career in life you as a parent as a partner You know as a writer as a coach. Like what do those things look like. And and i don't want inertia to make all the decisions for me you sat. I think that's in. That's something like everything that you're teaching me to do as well. I'm forcing you to take. Yeah just get out. It's really interesting it's going to be. It's going to be an interesting time for us both to reflect you know when you finish your book to. That'll be a big big big project for you personally has not certainly not ended but like moves onto a different face. Yeah it's a little de book end phase of my career. it's become a symbol for that in some ways but it's also a beginning to other things so that's a huge. What's going on she me. Let's check it out you Actually just pivoting lauren. For seaney wilder retreats.

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"lauren" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

The Three Questions with Andy Richter

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"lauren" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter

"All these stories i heard was my grandparents sitting around the room after someone's funeral and they start talking about the past but it all grown up during the dust bowl Around amarillo so their stories. Kind of crazy about jack rabbit plagues and which is a real fucking thing. Why it's better to eat a bunny jacker habit. But you can't eat a bunny during april. Because i've weird stories so yeah right those. They're fun and they're ridiculous and they're not about me so are just. I don't think i feel like me at all. Or i don't know who the fuck i am if i'm not writing. Got something whether yeah. There's a point to it or not. do you think that that urge to right. Do you think that that would have if you hadn't been so i wanna see a. I don't know if stifled is the right word. But if you hadn't been so like controlled and kind of tamp down throughout your your childhood and throughout so much of your life. I mean that's the big question. Would you be if you'd had a happy childhood. Yeah i i don't know Yeah Never know i'm glad i do have writing. I don't know what the fuck i would do without it. Yeah there's there's something really fucking amazing for a kobe. But i'm a middle child. No one has ever given a flying. Fuck what i said still this day on the families zoom. Nobody listens to me. Scream a respected author. All i want they don't give a shit. You should make your screen name on zoom. But they don't they should. They used to quite literally silence us when we were kids. Those big was one of their favorite punishments. As we just weren't allowed to fuck and talk for a day or a week or a month sometimes yeah catering winter it a guy was on. Sounds from for a fucking year is wasn't talk brew fucking year What you save that prompts. A year of silence. I don't even remember aid. Made a joke about something. I don't remember it was. They were always. They always suspected him being gay so he wasn't. There wasn't any better than anyone else's so yeah. It's it's people reading my fucking book and i mean they can't burn them all. Yeah but at the same time. It's still surprising to me when anybody fucking talks to me on twitter. I i've just strangers. That have read the book as strangers that are read the bark in anybody people who haven't read the book. I'm just always really surprised. The what will go wild on there and get like two thousand Wake up to flood of responses..

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"lauren" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

The Sue Plex Podcast

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"lauren" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

"A gymnastics school. Basically has not great equipment on the sound like bouncy match but that much more excited that they like long. There's a long that you can do like tumbles on and stuff and they away So yeah i started going on it was like you know teaching yourself to do handstands. And kind of flips. And like round off and such because. Tom obviously knows a lot. About flexibility of elements does a lot of different bouma picks sizes and such. That really is about how you move your body in. Different way scream. So far. They couldn't do the school. They have a bunker. Kind of quick three three days a week and stop. And i was like at that level of commitment every what they were doing and they're not doing it anymore but they were doing like weekly classes and so yeah happened what can appreciate in hand. Stance head stands call will. Yeah so it was really good and it's you know interesting. The number of people that are as well because obviously they're working on era kind of flexibilities things as well just interest is going to be interesting to see how some of that stuff progresses to when people back in the ring and how they're going to break some of that stuff back nixon exit. I'm going to get back to somebody that you mentioned it. Bow in a little bit about your age in terms of now joins us on racist named mentioned this about a double standard in terms of women and their age. Say i quote But in this industry once you hit fifty entry hit thirty five is perceived. You should start rapidly. Arm retire as a woman. Even though you just hit in your stride at forty retirement ready even though the men are champs wedding to their fifties and glorified for it sad but true with age comes strengthen wisdom that you can't teach i feel more powerful sexier than i ever have yet. It is only this way because this is a narrative with accepted to be okay we push this mindset and it's damn time we change it times have changed and so have way you'll focus. Yeah it's an interesting one is net because it's funny how much a wrestling downplays people's ages If you We will old wrestling and it's funny when they're like ooh quite old stuff and actually at that point like visit as as or something but they were talking about in the old days but i very much agree with mickey. It's interesting hearing what they say about female wrestlers that yeah they should be you know Winding down and stuff whereas of course people get better with age. This cold know when you see someone like the talia human wrestling a long time. She's very experienced. What they have is that experiments to give to the new generation younger ones coming along and it's really important that they're sharing that gashing match experience with people like that's wrong. There's no reason why someone like if you change couldn't have championship ron. Age shouldn't have anything to do with it. But somehow there is this perception that alw- well they're a little bit over the hill from that perspective whereas as you said with the met and mickey said oh go ahead the the old ben have these days you know when you see someone like this. It's going to sound horrible but jobs came out didn't he. Any any had a match with drew mcintyre. Yeah good five minute match but you can tell and i know he's a part. Time is a bit different but that was a strain. I was a push. But they still put him in roll him in and gave him a main event. Push to find a champion. And you're like this so many all the people of the working day in day out. That could have had that same kind of push. I'm oil they do in that. And and that's you know that was on the men's soccer you steel edges. Just come back on the new giving him push and you just think well why. Why can't that be the sites the women and instead what you say is that the women come back and get our we'll have in the women's for a rumble or bringing it this person you know you see some of the the kind of women were in a while ago come back. I think besson exceptions this given a couple of good things and it's really exciting to see her on the commentary team definitely has more the best could given. I think she could come back and had some great matches and it's i find with women's wrestling. It's interesting when i was a kid. I did not notice the women's wrestling a toll. It did not registered with me. So when i taught some friends were interesting a little bit later than me. The i know as adults they talk to me about the leader ambassador is they didn't talk now. I think i was in stopped rest by what should by the time they kind of. Come through but when you look at the old wrestling and you see the bra and panty matches You know we literally just watch wrestlemania twenty yesterday which has the Molly losing her hair. The fact that she basically gave up her hair to make sure there was. A women's match will not call the prophet women's policy when not at that time now we are starting to say women's main event matches such but there is still a lot of that carried across from from the all time not perspective. I don't think They all focused on young talent coming through and yet will often brigade an old male lectured from that perspective. So you know a recycling about goldberg and such distinct. You could do the same with the women's There are opportunities. And you could really take that forward. Is my views Things that they can do and they're all you know older women that could really Mukisa working now the tallest of work. Now there's no reason why they could have run respective if they were willing to think about it. 'cause actually giving someone like that run where they get arrested a lot of new talent or even some of them stoppage talents. Everyone is learning things from those experiences. And i i've noticed recently as you see a lot tyler working with some of the less experience and you can see. That's pretty good. Because obviously she.

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"lauren" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

The Sue Plex Podcast

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"lauren" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

"New a few friends in bands in bed. Why can't at a mexican friends festival with the friends and they were really into wrestling. This was few years ago now. So i got back into rest. No oh we're going to express my new house. I wanna watch wrestling on the undertaker visit. The site man is still the same man you know. Maybe like just replaced him along the way it's going you just think i just thought maybe they'd replaced him so So go into that. What she watching messing with them and then stopped going. A few like didn't even really know when your kid you know about the indy wrestling world s. Small showers going a couple of w shows and ken and advertising veteran referee seminar. And i. she's on. Should we go shoot. Should go be funny. Let's go so it did and it was being run by tops. Copra who oversee. I've what we call it a lot now. An is funny because when you go and stuff like that don't really think about how people are not make sense you just think they're in a position of knowing what they're talking about and i remember when i found out how thome was a few years like work with them and i with as many a time when i turned up to best thing tradesman always you had to pick up your kidding someone's numb and you're like oh oh so much saw because there is like yes. I went to the seminal. Thome was running it. It was a love tolkien about it. Because it was to explain what it is that everyone had to go with a two-minute batch and it was one of the scariest but most exciting signs epa. Let's see yes. I've met tom. I met livy that as well. And then they a couple of months. Light to say we're going to start doing training sessions This was with ip w time select long and they kind of put. Your vote rationed a few things but you could see the what quite sure what to do with breasts because it isn't you know there isn't as much of a trading elements for referees expected so we did a few bits and then just start going training so then i was doing when needed to also just you know. Get my fitness out. Having a go at some things that were times would not be like. Oh i don't think it. May you know. I've never talked over. Talk rope renaissance. I've gone to the middle was ten minutes from that perspective And as i said yeah. I turned up one dice exchange session who you had to pick up your kid. Oh sixty two. I ain't so i could be someone's mom but When someone points out you could be so what they did. They did nickname all on crook chat just because they thought it was hilarious so So was doing that was really good. You know really interesting. But again was more resting. Trading less respite regret elements. Because because as i said the recent necessary much set a restaurant in and then faces. This was kind of before speaking out but basically W sold off so that was like its own company so we were chatting around like a well where people thinking about going on. I had a couple of school suggested space And i message the london school of literally was just like. Oh look i was. Trading here is blah blah blah and It was greg at the time message back. Oh we'll just come trading on monday and then on the saturday message we've got show tomorrow. You wanna respirate at yes. that's referee. Richie turned up like three days off. The best for their first show was based on this show. Kind of thanks And it was a great experience. Everyone was super lovely. You know really welcoming in that kind of family. Why none of her g. several costs before. So you know very much like a family. Sometimes respective and i think he find that in most places. Louis belowps luke ludicrous very much all about that. You're a family. You know what. Get the so i did that. That showed great. And as i said i've made lots of friends for it so literally. The weekend asked. I went and saw now the show going with a friend and they will. Oh we're going to be there. You wanna come sit select. She was set with people the next week so i started going training and again But this is very much. When i start with. Lucia was very much. Like if you here to try and you try you do the warm up you do everything to say and i think that was really good because it really pushes you to think about what's happening in the ring as well. Yes it's not just about about yourself in terms of your position as a referee. But ashley what's happening in the ring. Once you get used to. What moves like really helps to recognize. Well coming my way. I'm going to need to get away from that perspective. I think with the refereeing because a lot of people either a wanting to be arrested and referee to get different position to understand how it works all star a referee and think will. I'd like to rest from that perspective. And i've been asked a few times. I oh would you want. Would you want to wrestle on. There's a small poppy to thanks It could be really fun. But i can also say it takes a lot of hard work commitment to be a wrestler like the athol the icy over the in you know the trading many times a week the time at the jacob from that perspective and i know just don't have that level of commitment to be able to put that in from that perspective so still trying to talk time You get my fitness up at and to spend time with them by deathly trade less now than they used to from a web perspective. But as we come out of lockdown sure wants this trading. I'll be getting back in the ring. I it's my fitness before my first young ones really saw ring. Ross like shows like seriously. I think both of both is going to be moving the anyway. Don't be i hope. The date does gone. Fading supercup awakes. Bite with especially the deputy picnics. Go rhino but you know i. It often shows that i came back. My first show booked is the beginning of august. So i haven't gone. I've got many book ted. Yeah yeah so. I was like and they see someone. Saw a show. Back is wrestle carnivals. He's moved to dates a number of times bananas. Phys dot like a backup day just in case from that perspective but you can tell from the couple of years. I've been talking to cause mild dates. I've had offered like october and december. Everyone is thinking back ended the write the ring. Rest api real. Everyone needs some time to get themselves. You know the muscle memory doing what it needs to get the fitness moving from that perspective. Because yeah it's going to be going to be tough and as much as i think. A lot of people have tried to keep their sickness. I've been reset lab classes that they would once a week on youtube so i doubt been going. So that's player and tom does. Thomas coroner wa has done resting herself. She's she's worked for Lucia however she is a world class gymnast and so they they sell reset lab.

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