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Unbelievable 90s Country Facts You Didn't Know
"So I saw this article on the boot DOT COM Unbelievable nineties, country facts you definitely didn't know some of them. I'M GONNA know you're going to know Eddie's here by the way because we're such nineties country fans love it but it's pretty funny to read some of the stuff. The Ninety S I'll read some what they wrote here. The nineties changed everything about Country Music Garth, Brooks Shania Twain Alan, Jackson, George Strait, but some of the facts that they share ready. Yeah. Keith urban makes an appearance in the music video for Alan. Jackson's nineteen ninety-three hit Mercury Blues. He was also the road guitars for Brooks and Dunn prior to becoming Keith Urban Yeah. Yeah I think he's playing guitar on the video, right? I don't know I didn't know you like I've seen this video and he's one of the guitar players in the video what I remember most about. This was home improvement because Alan Jackson won on home improvement did this song toll time right I remember that I know everywhere to the song don't think. So because of that. Lone. Stars. Hit amazed. was written as writers, Aimee, Mayo, and Chris Lindsey were falling in love with each other Mayo says they're feeling started pouring out as they were riding the famous love ballot. Oh. My with the the writing together. Wow I have trouble share my feelings in words sometimes can you imagine? Riding a song lyrically. And what if one of them writes a little more passionately than the other the other one's just not into it like you know love me as much. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, Tricia Earwood Leeann rhymes both received grammy nominations for their individual versions of how do I live rimes performed the song at the grammys and then right after she performed. She stood offstage because that was the in the winner is. End. TRICIA earwood one crazy. There was a whole con air fight about that song. Where they had asked. TRICIA. I believe Tricia to do it or the movie and then Kellyanne had already done it. He have. But Leeann did it for the movie I right and they did not using it Tricia? So they had both versions crazy in the same category. Do they hate each other because of that? Or they just kind of like whatever it's over I don't know. I. Separately, talked to Tricia about this, right? Yeah. She didn't seem too bothered by she also one. Okay that's probably also won the grammy. I think what she said was she remembers Leeann doing the performance in that category categories right after the performance and then that's when you know you're about to win because you're categories right after you perform. And so they just expected her to win. That Lien was in the movie right? Not Tricia. Pretty. Sure Tricia I can check it. I barely remember this as a kid. But yeah, that's an uncomfortable thing. We'll come back to that. Little known facts about Chris Gaines who is Garth Brooks alter-ego Chris Gaines was in a teen pop group called crush. And he spent two years undergoing plastic surgery to repair his face after violent nineteen, ninety, two car crash really is Chris Gaines on on streaming services nowhere I would not even on Youtube I would think of it's all garth earth just keep that to Garth I actually liked Chris gain stuff I'm going to be honest with you. There's a whole part in this in that garth documentary that I watched on Netflix there's a whole segment on it word where they're talking about Chris Gains and Tricia Earwood is. Just protecting and defending it as hard as she can say, like all you guys that hate on Chris Games, you've got your stupid because you didn't listen at Chris Gains. It was amazing I remember liking it. And everybody hating on it it'd be like what he did Saturday night live as Garth and Chris Games was just confusing for a fan. Explain it you have to explain it. You're not going to get what they want you to get from it, and that's what Garth said. That was the problem with it. It was just it was too much of an inside thing for us and we didn't market it right well, I was going to be a movie correct fell through and then it just ended up being the music they were GonNa make for the movie. Yeah. Mine did you find the Leandra stuff? Yeah. It was Tricia Earwood in the movie at the end. So what happened with Leeann rhymes then they initially went to her to record it she recorded it and then they went with Tricia. Virgin. Dirty at hurts man Deana Carter strawberry wine was inspired by Boone's farm. Strawberry Hill Flavor Know you didn't drink in highschool you don't drink now but men in highschool that boone's farm. that. Was the easiest to buy, and that's what everyone drink numerous people passed on the song to record it including Tricia earwood speaking of Tricia. She was again not for me. What? What Smash Razi home. Early on billy ray Cyrus was dogged by rumors that he used to Chippendale dancer. I remember that rumor. But he was so good looking or you believe it like that's a great thing to have as bad rumor about you that you're a chippendale dancer you gotta be like ripped and hot to do that. Okay. Three dudes you're talking about this but I'll ask you like right now current country artists who would be who who would fit that rumor chippendale dancers. Sam Maybe Sam was Sam Hunt. Keith. Couldn't keep me one made a little too small I think. About Dirks No, we'll do small. No just doesn't have to be a chill you to be almost cartoon Lee rip okay. And Keith this thin and in good shape but. Like me, I'm thin in a good shape I'm not cartoon. Sam maybe like that Riley Green Ball He. ripped. Yeah Repton. Just, like leave it there map. Justin lunch maybe. I don't know I see that though I did see that that's kind of plays off the short career as a chippendale dancers bragging vegas yeah. George Strait. Tried to get the name of his movie pure country changed too because he believed it was more than just a country film it obviously. Didn't work.
Could Military Sustainment Shifts Impact Broader Aftermarket?
"Are the biggest movements and transparency in the military aftermarket Leeann I think you you actually on a key point in that? We're seeing a bit of a shift back to defense. In the military aftermarket or or sustainment as as we often call it taking a lead role in exploring new technologies have broader implications both the the military and the commercial aftermarket. So. There are really three things that that we see. So the first is a real focus on the improvement in the speed of new aftermarket service deliveries you particularly. How frequently able to deliver new aftermarket capability at cost in also focus on out coast. So in those outcomes have chew flavors. The first lever is the availability of the asset and the second flavor is it really interesting and perhaps has broader implications as well. How do I make the job of the maintainers easier? So as we see the Department of Defense in particular looking at these three things their impact back into the contracting community in terms of how they're transitioning from their existing sustainment or aftermarket business models into being able to sport. And really here, digital in the cloud have a really important role to play. You mentioned a few things are already in terms of analytics, a power solutions in even going to things such as extended reality. Simulation in other techniques and technologies that are really taking hold. In the in the defense aftermarket in a way that that we hadn't seen recently is really really exciting. I think the other thing that I would add to is that you we've often focused a lot on the platform. So had wide liver spare parts. How do I make sure that the actual physical asset is operating? Perfectly. But as we look into the future in we can we can talk about the smartest well a lot of the capability that these platforms provide is really driven by software, and so how sustainment supports both the availability of the asset, as well as the continuous upgrade improvement of the software that drives that asset is really interesting really exciting, and when we see it impacting the ways that our clients are thinking about how to deliver sustainment solution. So enjoys unless you anything else you'd like to add to that. Couple points we're seeing sustainment considerations happening earlier in the overall program design process. New Programs in also being integrated into model designed in digital manufacturing activities, and the other thing that I'll add is that we're seeing the requests from the DOD. The orients develop cost effective solutions were arrested -ly to reduce cost on existing solutions in programs. Thanks for those insights. So what do military owens in contractors need to consider as they develop these sustainment solutions in dividing hardware from the software in some cases? We End, I can start off The way that we're looking at this is for those contractors is really a critical situation in terms of what the DOD's looking or and that's been recently demonstrated by the increase willingness of the DOD move ahead of Industry in delivering the capabilities as well as takeover programs that were once considered long term sustainable revenue for the contractors. So it's really a wake up call. Time to improve or going to actually do this or you on behalf the other thing is that military Owens's contractors. Have a deep understanding of how people. Let's call military personnel. Going to consume the RX. Data to get their jobs done effectively and efficiently. So it really comes down to let's make sure that we're building products and programs solutions that are easy to use an easy to access
So Your Boss Doesnt Seem To Like You
"This work matters with bestselling author and syndicated talk show host. Ken Coleman. Is Thursday August thirteenth. All right. Let's talk about an article here that I saw that I thought was just this is really good and and we get these calls from time to time. and. It's rare that I will take an article like this. That is opinion base not data based. And share but I thought it was a spot on its written by Leeann Davey Harvard Business, review. What do you do if your boss doesn't like you? going. Man Leave well, that is an option. But there are there are a couple of weeks here. Really fig through. And what I like about. What Leeann Davey doesn't article is she really addresses the source of why you think your boss doesn't like you and we're not assuming that it's actually true what you believe but that's what you feel. All right more on that in a moment. So the first thing is trust if trust is the problem and and I believe that trust is. Is Really at the core of this feeling if you feel like your boss doesn't like you. And Trust we're talking about here is not that they think you are a bad person or that you're unethical because if that's the case to probably to let you go pretty quickly. It's really about. Getting, the job. And Trust is really confidence here. I trust that you are going to execute on the job. They don't feel at the competence level is high enough. That's really what we're talking about here. and. So if that's the case you start by clarifying their expectations. Now. I talk about this on the show all the time, the key to getting promoted. is to. A. No your role being clear. B. E. Accepting your role. That's attitude. See Maximize your its effort. So I talk about this all the time. So let's go back to that first point. That's what she's saying here. You've got to make sure that you and your leader. Have the same expectations are you clear? She's done a bunch of research on this and has found that a lot of times. The issue is, is that the leader has it made themselves clear to the worker what is clearly expected? So this poor leadership and poor leadership exists everywhere. So you have got to make sure that you lead your leader by simply going going hey, I want to make sure that we are on the same page released expectations. So once you feel that you are clear on expectations you need an All out effort to show them that you are in fact, competent enough to do the job and they can then rely on you. That's when trust. Comes back and then the second issue connection. If, you and your boss don't feel a natural connection. If you're awesome have connection with you, you're gonNA see pretty easily. The first is body language eye contact. This is. From communication expert Nick Mortgage. Your subconscious is very good at picking up cues from contact and other body language. So if your boss is making significantly less I contact with even. That's a pretty good sign that they don't feel connected to you. Another measure is when your Bossi's avoid spending time interacting with you. So if you want to strengthen connection start by engaging more conversations about work, don't try to Overdo it with the hobbies and the sports and the food and the music topics. We already got a connection issue here. Don't force it. and. So start by engaging with conversations about work and then pay attention to what topics get the bosses, attention and energy. So then you can begin to say, Oh, I see that they really love to talk about this particular television show. You know and you've been to begin to build the connection. Now, why is this important? There's tons of research out there. That shows that your relationship with your boss. Is One of the most important factors in your overall experience at work? I would say that course the research verified that we all understand that. And it's really important. That you not to be best friends, but you need a really healthy. Let's call it healthy relationship with your leader and you have a lot to say about that. So don't put it all on them and don't assume that they don't like you if they're not trusting you a whole bunch and there's not a great connection, it may not have anything to do with whether they like it or not. So you got to be a big boy and a girl and step into this.
Patrick Mouratoglou and Andrea Leand
"Everyone John Worth I'm here is this with sports illustrated tennis podcast. Sweet. We have two guests, I. We talk with Patrick Rata Glue who of course wears many hats in tennis keeps the Tennis Miller's busy. He's a broadcaster he's a coach. He's a promoter Today we talked to him in two capacities. We talk about the the ultimate tennis showdown that he ran over the past several weeks. This was an attempt by Patrick to speed up tennis, make it faster younger draw a new audience. We talk about what worked what didn't we spoke with him in June and he invited us sort of wouldn't he said we'll do a reassessment when we're done and see what we did well, and what we need to work on, and so we took him up on that so. A conversation about the UTSA ultimate showdown, and then we talk about Serena. Williams. Patrick of course has coached Serena for almost a decade now, and we talk about where she is what she'll need to do to Win that elusive twenty-fourth major He is about to leave niece for Lexington Kentucky from the south of France to the land, of Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul but Patrick. is going to meet up with Serena and couture in Lexington on her way to the US. Open to we talk a lot about Serena Williams how she's handling pressure, which he needs to do differently if she were to get to the final and her sort of general disposition during during the Cova crisis. So good conversation that we talked with Andrea Leeann Andras a former top fifteen player. A commentator she also wants did a brief stint as an agent She was at the Greenbrier for the final of World Team Tennessee other day she was sitting courtside. So we talk a bit about tennis and a bit about what the US Open is going to look like under this sort of quasi bubble configuration. So good to good conversation sort of looking back but also looking forward. So let's get started in the south of France with Patrick. So we spoke a few months ago before. Before your events began and we said we would we would check in and you were open to suggestion and you sort of you wanted to hear how this went. So you you tell me first. Grade yourself what what work well. Most of it. I to to see the reality of something you've you've imagined is is amazing. It's an incredible feeling. And it was it was really impressive to see those those great champions play. As. I mean something that was difficult to imagine like play formats. So different from tennis. The accepting to be in such in this comfort zone at the start because it's very different it's very stressful. Is Very difficult in terms of physical because you don't have a lot of time between the much less so he can't recover well. You're so much more stress. To see them go through all that. In a completely new environment All the things that go is the software we had to give up this machine we had to develop for the JEREM buyers day so. I mean. The whole feeling for me was just incredible. To be completely honest, you you you sound to me like you you've written a screenplay and then you've you've actually seen it performed as as a movie. Perfect who put it What did you think first of all, what what did you think of the level play I mean this this was a different environment for the players. They were also coming off along break. What did you think of quality of Tennessee? I think at the start of Utsa one level was really so-so. After a few weekends decided to play well. the one birds for example, who on your gs? One I think is level the first two weekends was wow. Was Far from very far and then. He took off and then he started to play a some of his best tennis I think. Why he won and the level of I think for UTA. Finals. Men and women I. Think the level was really good. I think it was very good tennis. That's I really enjoyed so much watching.
Stone tools suggest earlier human presence in North America
"Coming up I, though he's been looking into some stone tools, new muddling analyses suggest humans may have lived in the Americas thousands of years earlier. The many people bolts. Now the of when humans first arrived in the Americas is a hot debate for archaeologists. Well, it's actually a long debated topic as well. This is an issue that arose in the Americas in the eighteen seventies. This is David Meltzer an archeologist who investigates when humans arrived the Americas. Of the past hundred years, or so since archaeologists have gone back and forth on when this might have happened. More recently, thanks to additional archaeological, Ngoma evidence research, his off, starting to converge, go window from when humans first stepped foot on the America's. What we have coming out of archaeology is a number of sites that are sort of in the fifteen thousand years ago range. And so that gives us a minimum age. We know the people were here by that date the ancient. Is pointing to a split. Between Northeast Asian populations and those groups that would come into the Americas happening around Oh twenty, three twenty four thousand years ago, and that kind of gives us a maximum age so somewhere between that twenty, three, twenty four and fifteen is probably the window within which we got people leaving Northeast Asia crossing the Land Bridge and coming into the Americas within this window for many archaeologists. Archaeologists is most likely. The people entered the America's around sixteen thousand years ago. This is due to the prevailing well-established archaeological evidence, which is also backed up by climatic conditions before this time between sixteen thousand and twenty thousand years ago, it would have been difficult for humans to migrate across the Land Bridge from Asia Ju to the presence of giant bowls of ice in North America. This was a time period within the last ice age known as the last glacial maximum or L. GM. If you get to Alaska during the last glacial maximum your in a cola SAC, and so you've got basically two massive ice sheets better blocking your way out, but this week in nature there are two papers that pushed the date of human arrival back thousands of years before sixteen thousand years ago. One has examined the cave deep in the desert Mexico known as cheeky to the oldest dates. We have our somewhere around thirty thousand years ago. This is sipping our delion, the lead archaeologist examining the cave. Hundred years ago would push back human arrival to well before the last glacial maximum when blocked entry into North America. There were some clues that that cave have something. In those layers belonging to the GM that seemed to suggest humans and I was very skeptical, bought Chiquita Cave. If you go deeper and deeper into excavations without stopping when you hit. The Marker. Of the fourteen thousand orbiting thousand, you may get lucky. You may get into something that's been invisible for quite a while with evidence of human during the last glacial maximum, Ciprian was encouraged to look beyond the SPIRA and dig deeper to older sediments. By taking. SCIPION found an array of unusual stone tools that he thinks made by people that inhabited the cave. flaked stone tools made a very peculiar material, which is re crystallized green limestone. So they searched for this particular kinds of stone around the cave, and they consistently picked the Greens variety and used it to to make very good. Looking artifacts that are already shaped, so it's not the typical flint or obsidian. He would find many places during the Now this isn't the first evidence suggested that humans have been in the Americas this early. That oversights weather have been claims of human occupation born twenty thousand years ago, but these are being disputed by some archaeologists. Also there are comparatively few sites of this age in the US or Canada so far. If, we seem that people initially crossed into Alaska across the lumberjack known as Berangere, and then migrated south would expect to find more traces of them. Well. That's where the second paper in nature this week comes in is offered by one of the researchers who's been investigating Cheeky Wheaty Loretta Devia so we were looking at archaeological and colonel metric, so that's essentially radiocarbon dates, luminescence dates from forty two archaeological sides from north, America and Brinda by collecting and analyzing Archaeological Evidence News Associated Dates Loretta, and her co author were able to build a model of human dispersal as populations found out from Alaska across North America. Whilst? This model doesn't find new dates for out of fax. It uses known dice to suggest when people would have I reached the different sites across North America. We were able to see that. Humans were present in North America before during and after the. Maximum, but that human expansion didn't actually occur until later during a period of abrupt sort of global warming, this only did the populations were low during the last glacial maximum, and then rapidly expanded once things go warmer is also backed up by scipion archaeological evidence from the cave in Mexico as soon as you reach the layers in the deposits of the case that day to about. Eighteen, sixteen thousand you the number forty facts just. triplicated number scipion also things this could help explain what was so little evidence of humans during before the last glacial maximum. It's almost impossible to find them I. mean you have such a huge chunk of our planet with just a few footsteps on it? That's that's how I looked like I mean you can barely coli to. populated, continent, but do these papers roll back the daytime when humans were present in the Americas. Well. It may be too early to tell for David. Meltzer you heard from earlier. It wasn't involved in this research. When it comes to the cave, he thinks of a still questions be asked about the tools that were found based on radiocarbon dates that they have I think the radiocarbon dates look awfully solid. It appears as though this technology lasted for minimally according to the dates around sixteen thousand years with a stone tool tradition bat, long lasting one would expect it to have been far more widespread in the region instead of being localized to this this one cave David. Perhaps archaeologist just haven't found stone tools like this. Unless could account for why they don't appear to be widespread. He did have questions as well regarding wind don't to change over the sixteen thousand year period. They were found. The him is quite strange. CIPRIAN however argues the. Maybe that isn't so unusual. If you look at other places in the world during the Ice Age, the stone technologies did the remain the same for many thousands of years without significant changes. So that's what happens that she reach. It behaves more like stone tool industries in the old world where they remain unchanged for thousands of years for the second. Paper David Vote, but Laurynas analysis was sound. He did have some questions regarding some the sites that were included in the analysis. In some cases, these sites themselves, the data is highly ambiguous, so you've got a well dated site, but the artifacts or the indications of a human presence may just be shattered, bone or cut mark bone, and those of us that do field work that deal with this kind of thing know that there are a lot of natural processes that can mimic human actions on bone or stone, the debate surrounding when humans first came to the Americas is far from solved this newspapers at evidence to it been many ways. They raise a lot of questions as well. Perhaps though they will inspire archaeologist to dig deeper to find the first Americans at the moment subject to change if you look at the converging genomic and archaeological evidence, it looks as though people are coming in soon after the less maximum. So Sixteen fifteen and a half thousand years ago. Could they have been there earlier? Absolutely? But if you're going to make the argument, it's going to require you know well laid out case. That was David Meltzer. From Southern Methodist University in the US you also heard from Cipriani Audet Leeann from the University of Texas in Mexico and Lorena, Sarah Devia from the University of Oxford here in the UK and the University of New South, Wales in Australia, we'll put a link to the papers. Discussed in the show notes
Hanging with Kimberly Waldropt
"Are there skills from your life in fashion that you were able to apply to your soap business absolutely? Honestly Shadow to lead because she knew she played a huge part in that. I didn't know we work together once. Did. I didn't know Jack Shit about illustrator. Photoshop McKay didn't I. think that company that Leeann I. Both worked for was my first experience in illustrated photoshop, so I had to learn. And leaves looking at me like girls just president I did that in six years later? I'm like making Tech Paxton. I'm now I'm making my own illustrating branding in designing my own packaging but I couldn't have done that if it wasn't for the or me working in industry for six years doing that same exact thing over over over day in day out and. Honestly, I would've never at me. Personally I wouldn't never acts or hire someone to do branding because I know like I know Kinda how to do that myself so. I'm jobless. I got all this free time ahead. Illustrator on my computer giant screen see we could do and then. I came into the world of like. Seeing brands grow on on instagram and in looking at packaging. Going out in like looking at what is all out on the market and men kind of just mimicking that. Trying to exercise my skill, speaking of your design background and your web of Brandon, your visuals tell of really cohesive brand story from the product to the Brandon into the photography. Everything has a really specific style. So what are some techniques used to get everything aligned in your aesthetic? Yeah, I'm Tumbler. Avid, Tom Moore gather all my feels, and all my moods, and the places that want to go in place the travel to and how I want my home till the glide in the future. How pretty much just like kind kind of trying to get to wear want to get to in like twenty years I guess. That's how I guess best, but but I will say this. That's my method now. My method before was everything was heavily heavily inspired by what I saw on social media to be completely honest with you. I think that's how many people start out. They have like look at what everyone else is doing at Don. KNAPP for like two years and I was just like it just wasn't working for me so now. I have to like go into. into myself going to my mind because I know, I know I'm an incredible human being and I. Know that whatever's up here is insane and I'm pretty sure that somebody out there in the world feels how I feel or have had not how I feel. That's how I organize. My images are my fields tumbler. Temperature is a great community of people just like Instagram, but it's less political. It's less chatty. It's really just about images and Pinterest But. I guess you would say. Tumbler would be like my my thing so basically. You're using Tumbler to get your as you call. It feels together to build your mood to figure out your mindset, and then by gathering that at helps, make your vision clearer absolutely and I. Just want to point out i. think the fact that you mentioned you're. You're building that based on where you want to be in twenty years. Instead of what's hot now be my favorite piece of branding advice. We've ever heard from any guests like it makes so much sense. It's inspirational and I totally. It links up now with what I've been seeing on your feed like I. Get it now. It's a vision rather than you know trying to. Fit in late on trend yeah it's. notice if you scroll back far enough. Everything was very Prada Teddy. Product product product product after a while. It's like okay. We know he's also of okay. Know you make so and I didn't feel. I was growing in also didn't feel like connecting. It just felt like I was selling selling selling, and I see that most instagram's fail that way because. They're just so focused on. Here's myself. Here's my so here's. My so here's the every five minutes every day and I said you know what. I see okay, so you see those instagrams that you you come across. They don't sell anything. They're just instagram you noticed. You see one go, and then you're scrolling next thing you know you're on it, but thirty minutes on this whole issue because you've just been absorbed, went down. A radical of just feels, and you connect with the a now now when you're done. Okay, let me go the late. Let me. See what's going. Let me see what these people do. That's what I'm. That's what I WANNA be. That's what I want. The instagram to be in that town draw people in because. The so at the end of the day. seriously. It's salt at the end of the day right in there, so many people out there making so you can go outside right now in fine soap anywhere, but the connection to it in the emotion that comes along with that is what matters most in that. I'm finding most success.
UFC featherweight champ defends title in split decision
"I Will Fight Island was officially christened tonight for the UFC in Abu. Dhabi there was no baptism to be had in the main event of UFC two fifty one. What's going on everybody? Welcome to the official. You have to fifty one post fight. Show here on, May, finding dot com I'm Mike Heck location this week from Boston Massachusetts visiting the parents this weekend. That is Jose Jose. Main Event Kamara, who's been retains a welterweight title against Whore Mazal. Challenger looked pretty darn good in that first round. I'm pretty surprised that judges gave in that first round, but it was the much fresher champion that was able to sort of chip away at the always game, or hey mazda throughout the fire Ab. Fresher champion but Komo. Zeman was basically been in camps since beginning of this year, despite was like Ben Booked and booked in both supposed to fight earlier this by giving burns, and also muzzle steps in, so yes, he's finally fresher because he he's had the full camp and everything but I think Kamara wasn't one hundred percent in that fight, either considering this long extended, Feick at Ala, similar to twenty Ferguson with all these these these fights falling apart, but Kamara who's been one nonetheless, might not have been the most exciting fight. I saw a couple of tweets complaining about the fight and I really take that. I felt it was a lot of fans that were on this very muzzle hype train. He's on the video game cover on this baptism round the resurrection Super Necessary Punches bef tile, and that they were expecting violence, even mice I myself said fight between WHO's minimize well probably has a higher chance of ending in a violent way, but it did not come out who's been one I had them winning all five rounds the first round I guess. Didn't really matter to me. Who won that? I still come who's been what at least four of the rounds comfortably? The people complain about. The foot stopped the wrestling the headbutts. That stuff will come out. Who's been did what he had to do to win. That's exactly why I thought he would. Take, her might as well because all the time Mazal taking this fight on short notice. Kamara also took this fire. On short notice gets an extra a completely different fighter between Gilbert Burns as well. It's completely rechange leftist camp Had his new trevor wittman is corn for the first time fighting the guy all this bad blood is in the air all the pressures on him, and perform a like we ourselves, said all the pressures on who's Madonna not not a whole lot on Mazal, but at the end of the day. Who's been doing what he had to do? I didn't have a problem with the way fought. Might not have been the most exciting, but if I was going to pick up, predict away whose men would pull this off. This is exactly how I thought he would do it. Yeah, when you get a fight like this and you have a guy as hot as MAS. Bat brings in a lot of the casual fan base. Does your watch? As many events as we watch, and some of the hardcore fans watch everything so most people expected this fight to go exactly that way I thought the first row was going to be the most interesting round, obviously, because of Mazda was going to get it done. He's probably going to have to do it in the first five minutes, and this is the fire. We got like Mara. Who's been defends his title. For the second time. It was another classic who's been like performance and he gets a one-sided win and highly anticipated main event so in the end. We like to talk about the overall letter grade, but it felt like just kind of looking at the time slot when we're all said and done. We're getting ready to hit record here. We're just like man this is this is super late like I feel like the card and the whole night in a weird way. Wet Kinda slow did it not. started off really really quickly. Might just. Like I feel like the first few flew by and all of a sudden I had been watching fights for two and a half three hours and I'm like wow, this fight is cars going quickly I like this pace, and then we the main card and Amanda he boss comes in, and just submits patriots immediately i. wish went exactly as I expected, but then there was decision with Rosen on drugs, and then even Yawn Aldo finish, but it was in the fifth round, so there's still basically fought for twenty five minutes, and then we get twenty five minutes, Vulcanology Holloway and then we get twenty five minutes of in Mazda, also of these we've seen. We saw that graphic on the screen like. All the cards are three title fights, and like we used to fourteen had like Woodley Maya in Jones, a cormet and Cyborg Abinger, and then to seventeen to five those had some bangers like like two to seventeen had three epic fights three like violent, like just three of the craziest finishes you'll see. And then, of course to a five, the CONOR McGregor show, and then to seventeen had the DC Jones trilogy, so I think we're a little maybe. We'll. We'll spoiled on these three. These three title fight cars while we're expecting something like that and I loved all all great fights off spectacular fights, but I think a lot of fans are tuning in to see fight island. In the Mazar strain, all these title-fights might have been. A limited. I could see why they might have been little disappointed. I didn't have a problem with it, but probably was the night Dana White wanted in terms of finishes. Yeah, the main event may have disappointed some people but for. The Sake, this is like the best thing that could have happened for the welterweight division like if you're burns. Edwards these guys are pretty happy right now. Especially Gilbert Burns. One hundred percent I mean we. We set it on count after it was on what the heck or or post eyesore produce. All kind of blend together at this point in the summer, but we. We said if Moslem Dole wins. That's going to be a problem for the US's pockets the welterweight division I mean. We were talking about him fighting the bringing the both belts so that the Conor McGregor. The table and all this. Kamara who's been one and it's? It's a no brainer that Gobert burn gets three matches. Suppose he should've been fighting tonight. before covid nineteen October, nineteen. That's applaud the car, so yeah, for all the way division, and the the the martial art fans of the world that don't like quote unquote. Holding divisions I think that's a good thing, but I. Honestly I love chaos at Moscow had one I. Think I, think it would have been fun time in the world of May. And Mazda all. Let's be clear. We all know this. He was the a side heading into this fight. He's the reason. There was a lot of buzz and a lot of fanfare when you had a guy like game bread in the street that he's on. That's what happens, but a lot of people wanNA know where he goes from here. Because despite losing the fight tonight, he still has a ton of options moving forward. Chaos can still rain in some way Jose. Can you say that again? You cut off quick second. Chaos can rain. For horny Mas at all got about it because he's got so many options moving forward despite the loss tonight. Yeah, I mean Hoy Mazdas. All I'm Kamara. WHO's been himself set like he's GonNa. He's like. He's like he's GonNa. Lose all these like excuses. Bill didn't talk the finance days notice flu costs. The country doesn't have was coach in the gym, covert nineteen this and that so like I. Don't think I of course I think Mazda obviously cooled anytime. You lose. You cool a little bit Conor McGregor and Nadir's, and it's such an insane finish that they run it back, and you have another epic fight like that, but for Mazda all you're obviously going to a little bit but he himself said. Let me, get a couple of wins and they'll run back. I'm sure he want. He would love to five full camp but the Colby College. Is there I? Think that is going to drum up a whole lot of interest I. think people might even be more interested in that fight in the dynamic between those two fires, oarsmen and I think that Kobe Covington already Moslems? Fight does not need a title online. That's just two guys. They hate each other I wanNA break brick on each other's faces. WHO'S MCCANN? Fight Gillard. Leeann, Edwards of course out there, wonder boy thompsons, working his way up Santana, positive I think has covered to so he somewhere out there, so the welterweight division will move, but for now Mazda all. Of course cooled, but he's still I think still the hottest commodity hundred seventy pounds.
A Podcast Launch Journey with Leanne Webber
"Hello had lawyer and welcome back to another episode of podcasting tips and tricks. I'm your highest Lindell. Harris and this podcast is to you by podcast. Va where we make the podcasting Jenny easier by offering a variety of done for you services. Tonight, we are back with another interview. I'm chatting Kellyanne. Weber who is the founder of the Founders Tame Business Mentor and podcast host liens mission in life is to support and encourage business owners to live the life of their dreams and nothing makes a heavier than seeing her clients. N. P. A.'s hit their goals and push pasta comfort zones. I'm actually a member of one of the ends found his tame mastermind groups, and she does like to see her clients hit their goals, and suddenly pushed prostate, comfort signs, and the reason I asked Leon on the show. Today is because I the and go through the launch journey of her podcast behind the business blinds, and I really wanted to speak to her about the process, so you can hear a personal journey from someone particularly if you're thinking about launching podcast, and you feel like it's a huge mountain to overcome both from the technical side of things as well as the emotional side of things. And what I love is Leeann pushed, pressed her comfort zone to launch podcast of Jerry, and so I really am looking forward to having this chat with her. Welcome to the in. Thank you so much for having me Sarghoda. I've been wanting to talk to you for a little while, but it's just been a bad getting around kidding it old book team but I'd love to start the conversation with you telling everybody a little bit about you your podcast and why you decided to launch a shy. I K-. Sorry as Linda mentioned I. Have a business called the founder's team and we've got about eighty members in there, and through running that I have seen so much comparison itis between tapes, so I've got lots of little small teams within the found distain and united people will look at each other and think Oh, my goodness and I will say the sentence that. That I absolutely despise shaves killing it whereas that right, what's happening in the background? And then I'm I'm talking to the person that someone else has said. Yes, she's killing it hearing all of the issues and the challenges, and all of the obstacles that she's coming in her business, and so I decided to launch behind the business blinds, and that is to really go. Deep with business owners and entrepreneurs to find out poets actually taken to get them to the place there at today. I love that because everyone does have a different story by comparison, audits is Oh it's it's horrible. You've just got to stop watching I. Know I've gone through three stages, and if I look at something I think Oh. Yes, or no, I love the name of the show Terry, because it explains it, you guys behind the business bonds, and you having conversations with paypal to help us understand that that has been a long journey for them to get to where they're at as well a lot of the times and congratulations on your launch. Because you did have a successful launch. She launched at quite high in the charts for the business category today. Yeah I got to number three in Entrepreneurship, category and number twenty three I think in the business category Yup. That's fantastic. Good on you. So was the main purpose of launching your shot to build your brand awareness for the found his team as well as building your authority and expertise as assault later in the spice. Yes I I've recently launched a personal brand as well because I want to get more into public speaking and mentoring and mar debating he pull my big goals to to be on stage in front of thousands of people encouraged them to. Take Action to what they want to achieve goals, so it was definitely to build that her snow brand as well as. Yet just kind of help members for the founders team. It was really for them. That's why I wanted to watch. US Take I. Love that so have you seen any benefits and tonight of of launching show because it's quite new, it's only a month with so, but we saw his goals in mind. If you seen any benefits, so. Yes so. I know this is advantage a metric. My followers have grown on instagram by about one hundred and fifty, which is pretty decent because I don't have a huge following I've also been asked to speak at a networking event and on a couple of podcast as well, and that's only after a month, so it's definitely hoping in. It does sometimes just help grow that audience, doesn't it? But the fact that you saying that? That the benefits of being asked on other podcasts, and being asked to speak because people can go and listen to your Shaw and say your style if they like. You're speaking style so congratulations. That's relief. That's fantastic now. Something I think I because I mean one of your teams is I. WanNa ask that question of when you launched your show a when you thinking about launching shy right back from the beginning. Did you have any challenges that you had to overcome yes? Well. Sorry I definitely struggled with my mindset, firstly right back in the beginning I struggled because I. Don't actually really listen to podcasts I. Know I am a widow are in S. I prefer reading books so I was definitely going through the impostor syndrome of off. Don't even listen to podcasts. Who Am I, too? Have A podcast also. Why would guests want to come on my show so those a lot of imposter syndrome, but then all sorry, and this is something that I struggled when I started, my business is I was really worried that I was. was going to waste people's time so I. Know How precious time as I nor that people listening are going to be busy business owners, so I was really worried that people wouldn't enjoy it. They would listen to support me, but no actually get any value from it. I was worried that not really any people would listen I was also really worried about finding guests.
Messi Mulls Barcelona Exit
"We start with news that could rock the football world to its very core Spanish network got an essay reporting that Lionel Messi is ready to leave Barcelona. He is called off. Negotiations over his contract are more socio ends reporting that Messi is angry at the Barcelona office over leaked media reports, Moore said Lo and Frank leboeuf join US sid. Is this for real is Lionel Messi now really going to leave Barcelona and what is it the root of this? One This is something that needs to be kind of explained, contextualized and unpacked now. Is this for real in the sense? That is Leo Messi unhappy. Has He opposed to conversations? Over new contract and put stop to that for the time being and is absolutely furious with the way that boss on is being run. Yes, is thirty four next summer. Yes, is that true point at which he would be contemplating? WHY NEXT MOVE WOULD BE? Yes, but the context is really really important. Here is Leeann saying I will leave. This is little messy saying. I won't read this deal now. I want renew this deal with this board of directors. At least not for the moment. I want to be convinced that we're going to buy the right players that were going to build a squad in the right way. The club is going to be settled and by the way next summer are presidential elections I think what? Is doing more than anything else is obviously keeping his own personal options open in terms of what he decides how he feels about himself in the time by the else, he's actually saying to somebody tomato, the president with whom the relationship isn't good. He saying I'm not going to give you the satisfaction of the photograph of my renewal on not going to give you the chance to go into presidential elections unless you convince me Hawaii's. Being able to say to people, I'm the one that's guaranteed Leonel. macy's continuity so I think you cannot. Divorce this. Of News from the context and the context is his age, the fighters that club and the fattest presidential elections next summer now in a way, the ideal scenario for Mexico's is that he renews with a new president who he does trust in Maxima so this doesn't mean he's going what it does mean is able to leverage the possibility of going to try and change things at Celona Frank. How often have we asked the question? How good word Barcelona be without Messi? Can you imagine it? Do you think they'd still be able to compete with around Madrid? Do you think they'd still be a top team? In the world? Is They are now? That's a question that maybe we can ensure soon if Loan. Goes and finds. Another club. It's hard I. Mean of course one of the most entertaining player that we have seen and and Wiz Rinaldo finding for more than decayed to know with the best entertainer, and not be the best player because the sort of another question that do we have to insert the best entertainer for more than educated in the world. I had I don't like the political aspect. Of what see just explained, but. I want to see the good thing about you know. Boscell best on being able to turn a new page of their history without Missy, sooner or later is going to happen, because maybe He's walnuts. At some point it's going to give up is going to retire, and they will have to do so without him, so of course they will, it will take time It's awfully not like. Was All big players leaving and. Not being able to come back to the best, but bustle now would have to think about the new future without loud and missy is going to be be curb. He's GonNa be a big turn, but I'm sure they're going to be able with a young player that they have the equanimity how to find a new genius, and and we'll see
Changing Bodies and Eating Disorders in ages 50+
"To another episode of nutrition. Matters podcast. My name is page and I'm your host and I'm really excited to bring you this conversation about menopause with Erica Leeann. This is a topic that comes up. Really regularly with my clients in session and I just think it's one of those things that we don't talk about enough, and they're just not enough conversations or resources out there or even just kind of willingness to discuss this so I thought that I would take a shot at not definitely not the I obviously. I wanted to be. Part of the solution a little bit here and talk about what should one expect going through menopause? What is it like? Why do these changes occur in the body What should we expect? How do we navigate it? How do we trust our bodies? How do we continue to care for ourselves? Well as our bodies, age and shift and Morph so without being so I do want to give a little content warning Erica, as she describes her her history and kind of what brought her to this work. She describes some details of. putting children on diets and putting people on diets and I know that there are some sensitive. Ears who just might not really be in a place to want to. Really hear about some of those details. The reason that I left it in though I just want to explain is I'm always aware that that this episode might be someone's very first experience or exposure with taking a non diet approach to nutrition, and so I wanted to leave the things in that Eric describes because I want to hopefully help paint the picture for anyone who's new to this work to understand. I. Ask her in what is harmful about that. And why did you decide that that wasn't the direction you wanted to go with your career? And it's all an effort to just pete the picture and really describe things more clearly as to why this paradigm can be a really powerful way to approach our bodies, not only with children, or you know in the adult years, but also going through menopause, so just want to let you know you can skip through the first. You know ten fifteen minutes if you'd like to just get right into the menopause stuff. And then the other thing I wanted to discuss really quickly. Here is a someone flagged A. Concept, I put forward in episode one, seventy, four, where active where I interviewed Katie Lynch, talking about body image in postpartum. And I think I said something along the lines of. A lot of our struggles with food kinda come from a place of wanting control, and then the food really winds up controlling us and I had someone point out that. Maybe that's not the best way to describe it and. I did want to just kind of add a little bit of of nuance here that. Control might not resonate for you and. It doesn't have to, and it doesn't necessarily mean it's even really the most helpful way to think about with food. She makes the point that really more of what it's about. It's about safety so where where you live in a world that. Tells you over and over again. That living in this size body is is wrong and It can be really normal to develop a sense of feeling unsafe in your actual body, or if it's a matter of. Skin color or a matter of sexuality or a matter of gender identity, these types of things when you live in a world where you feel like you're not safe in your body. Food can become a way to try to make yourself feel more safe and I think that that was a really important point that I wanted to mention here. I also wanted to see that you know if the idea or concept of controlling things. Things resonates for you. Maybe it's important. Maybe it could be useful to kind of look at this concept of safety, and to just do some introspection there, so you to the listener who brought to my attention and
Kids Know How To Occupy Themselves. We Need To Let Them Do It
"One of our own NPR colleagues Mike Lean decline. was actually feeling this stress big time she's been working quarantined with her husband and her daughter Rosie. WHO has four? She is like a firecracker, right? She is strong willed. Through life with this intensity, which is fantastic, she learns really fast, and she's fearless, but you know it's like when she wants something. There is like no giving in, and it was these constant demand demands to draw neurology. Video, Mama, make a Sandwich Mama set up. My Zoom Circle Time Mama you know all those little interruptions that completely obliterate your concentration I would lock the door. I slid down the back of it and I just cried I. was like what am I going to do like I have this book deadline in July and it was just really like this is. This is not going to be good for any of us. Like things are going to deteriorate really quickly in this House Mike Lee and actually wrote about this moment in a new. York Times. OP, ed recently, and it's related to the. The book that she's working on, so it's called. Hunt gathered parent, and it's coming out in March twenty twenty one, and it's all about what American parents can learn from other cultures including traditional cultures, because the pressure to keep kids constantly entertained well. Mike, Ian says that's really specific to American parents and culture. There is huge amount of pressure like I have been fighting it and I still feel it. You know I still wake up in the morning I'm like. What are we GONNA do today. What are we going to do this morning, right? You're like per child entertainer part event planner. I mean it is like we're planners. If you think about it, right, it is late. They are little tech CEO's that have like a day planned for them, and we are there to usher them in, and not only just usher them, but make sure they enjoy it or something out of it or like. There's feedback afterwards, right? There's a cruise director like there's hustler service aspect to it. It's having a good time. Did you find your except my kids are those trolls on Yelp that always give the two stars, the One star now, not good enough, not good enough. Maybe they're trying to tell you something so in this episode of Life Kit. It's all about turning kids from customers. You have to please into good coworkers Mike. Leeann is gonNA share what she's learned from her reporting on other cultures to help our kids learn to entertain themselves. Michelina Club says that she got this idea from her reporting that she could sort of retrain her daughter. Yes, she was thinking about a scene. She had read about in an anthropology book by Jean Briggs who studied the inuit in the Arctic in the sixties, the anyway still lived in pneumatic lifestyle, and in the winter they build Igloos to stay warm, and the mother had two young children I think that the time they were about three and six. Six, so this is a part of the world. That's one of the coldest parts of the world in so there were many days where like the little girls couldn't go outside there. They had nothing to do right. There were no videos legos, no children's books and there's these scenes in the book where the children literally spend like an hour or two in the morning under a blanket playing without bothering anyone yet. That sounds like a real dream culture. I cannot wait to get to that point and so looking at these cultures to do this. You see striking similarity, and that is that they do not feel the need to constantly entertain, educate or stimulate. However, you want to think about it children. It's a very different approach to the way they treat a child's time. And I. Think because they don't demand the child's attention. You do this now now. You're doing this now. You're doing this I. Think in return. The child stops demanding the parents attention, and so that's what I really wanted to test out to walk us through. What did you do? I stopped trying to demand Rosie's attention. Right I stopped trying to say now. It's nine o'clock. You're going to watch this video or we're gonNA. Read a book right? I stopped being the event manager for her. And I started doing the things. I needed to do and expect her to come along with me. And welcomed her right so another thing that like these other cultures do that? We tend not to do is welcomed the children into our worlds right? There's a very separate world child world. And I think in order for this to work. You have to welcome them into your world, so hey, we're cooking now. Come over here and you know probably stir these eggs or now we're cleaning. Help back you. It's not forced. It's not like you have to do it, but I'm not gonNA. Draw you a Narwhal right now. I'm cleaning and they do this with all of their work. It's not just cleaning and domestic chores, but also you know their businesses. The children are there. The children are welcome into the world of and so so I started doing that, too. I said well. You know what I need to write. I need to write like four hours a day. And Yeah me. Sitting on a computer writing is not very interesting, but neither is like sewing and an Igloo and so I said okay. I'm going to write I. Need Quiet. And you are welcome to sit here with me the first time we did it, I started small like thirty minutes, and if she really was upset at the beginning, I would stop I'm not trying to like force anything and make a lot of chaos in their house. It's really the opposite like if she was really like in the beginning, if she was really escalating with you and getting really upset, you would would give her some time. Yeah like I. I would really try to ignore her. Because I was really teaching her like this is quiet time and it's not time for me to give you attention. But? But if it got really bad and then I'd be like okay. Let's go outside. Let's take a break you know. But you guys the first time I did it. She was kind of stunned. She actually said to me. I can do anything I want as like. Yeah, you can do anything you want as long as you don't damage the house. Like you know she just couldn't believe it, so started sma- and after about a week we had worked up to lake. Hour hour and a half chunks in by like two weeks. She wants to do it even she'll be like. Are you going to write a? Show. Ask Me and so you built up to it and her main thing that she does. Being is what she will sit here in color with me for an hour or so, and then she kind of runs around the house in desert. Thing she can go outside she cooks quote unquote, which means like mixing different things in the kitchen and she makes them S. There's no doubt there's a message. To be honest, she latched onto it quicker and better than I thought it was going to be I mean. It is one child in one house, but it's backed up by all these other families right that I that we've seen in these cultures
Voices from the Holocaust with Leon Bass
"Leon Bass was born in Philadelphia on January twenty. Third Nineteen, twenty, five, the fourth of six children. His parents were born in South Carolina in the eighteen nineties at the beginning of the Jim Crow era. Just after the first World War they joined the Great African American Migration North they settled in Philadelphia with the hope of making a better life for themselves and their children. As a young man during World War Two Leon volunteered to serve in the United States army. In, April, nineteen, forty, five, he, and four others from his unit arrived at the Humboldt, concentration camp in Weimar Germany just one day after it was liberated. Forty three years later on March Sixteenth Nineteen eighty-eight Leon is sitting in a studio in union new. Jersey. He's dressed in a plaid, Brown and based Sport Code. White Shirt and striped tie. He wears aviator, glasses and sports trim black moustache. Leon's interviewers are Bernard Weinstein and mark lender. Leeann recalls the racial discrimination. He experienced as a child in Philadelphia. I went to the school. WHERE THEY! Always taught us. To Care and love each other, but also have love of country. We pledge allegiance to the flag every day, just like every other young person in the city of Philadelphia do. And we said with liberty and justice for all. Just like everyone else only to go out and find as we matured. That was not so as I found out when I went to the theater. When I bought my ticket I was directed to the balcony. It was mandated that I go there. Because I wasn't good enough to go down on the main floor. It's beginning to get a little in the site to the society and how the Society viewed me. A person of color. And we. Always went to the park. And I recall how I look through that wire fence at this large swimming pool. Which I knew, I could never use I would never be admitted. because. The society was saying loud and clear to me. That I wasn't good enough. Those are the kind of things to. Make. You feel bad. I finished school in Nineteen forty, three. I went out and I I volunteered. And when I went down to the induction center. Institutional racism smacked me right in the face. because. Sergeant was there and. He told me go one. When I went through the door, and he told my wife go another way, and so I went into an all black unit safer, the officers they will white. When you enlisted, you realize the military was segregated. You. Don't even think about those things until it hits you in the face. And of course, the thing that made it more real more painful was the fact that they send US south. They send us right into the heart of the place where people would. would. Be a confrontation. We went to camp. Wheeler Georgia for Infantry Basic Training And we spent quite a time in Mississippi right in camp McCain. We spent almost a year there. and. We went on maneuvers into Texas Louisiana. And we came back to little. Rock Arkansas. Now all these places I was given the message. of WHO and what I was as far as the society was concerned. And it was really frustrating to think that you have made a commitment to your country and yet your country is saying to you. All Right? You're okay, but only so far. I went into Macon Georgia. Attempted to get a drink of water while I was in their simple thing like a drink of water. Because, you walk around the town Ucla Fountain drink i. went to drink at. Someone grabbed me and say boy. You don't drink here. Pointed to the sign, which said White. And directed me to. Another sign was said colored. Where was another fountain and you of course in uniform at the time happened? Soldier like all the other lack soldiers we will all experiencing. This was ear perception, though that the black troops generally though. fully understood the fact that. While the rhetoric of the war against Nazi racism, and so forth will was fine. In practice, the country was doing something entirely different. It was as though you were just a fringed. Country had was to personalities Channel One way. We may make wonderful announcements. You know we we've talked about engineer. Christian ethics and We're going to make the world a better place for democracy and all that other jazz, but then when you cut down to a real thing and you start seeing the way they operate. Things we're not. And so I? Began to be an angry, frustrated, young black soldier. After my experiences. I really did not want to be. On A. Specially after. Having to stand on a bus. When there were no seats at the back, having to stand up for hundred miles and looking at empty seats. Didn't endear me. To to my country. Couldn't eat in a restaurant. Had to go around the back. Knock on the door to get food. And I'm in a uniform I. And I. Prisoners of war from Germany. Being allowed to go in a restaurant and sit down to eat, and I was not entitled to for the same opportunity.
Be honest with me - Jason Bay
"Today. Jason Bay is Back Jason is the chief prospecting. blissful prospecting and he's also hosting the think outside the script summer virtual tour, which will hear more about in just a couple of minutes. Here's Jason. Be Honest with me. Ever ever said that to someone in felt like they weren't being honest with you. It's Kinda funny how that works, and it's something I've said to my wife a lot over the last couple years. You Know Hey I'm open to feedback. Tell me what you need. And the only problem with how it was going about that was that she didn't actually feel comfortable. Giving me candid feedback, and this is the first year of our marriage the couple years ago, but I just couldn't figure out why because I'm like I'm telling you that you can be honest with me. Tell me what you need. I'm open to feedback, so I was saying all the right things, but then. It helps to have a therapist with us over the last couple of years, but I figured out what the issue us in. It had nothing to do with telling her that I was open to feedback. It had more to do with how I responded to her feedback, and because of my own insecurities I often responded with inpatient sarcasm, so she reminded me to do something for example and I forgot to do it. I would take this because I was insecure about myself as well. Hey, you can't be trusted, Jason. And, my response was impatient. Sarcasm like well okay getting angry kind of thing, right my classic response, when I feel inadequate, and when I asked her to be more honest with me. I was actually making it harder for her to do so because when she did up, I didn't respond in a very good way. The reason why I bring this up is that we can do the same thing through prospects. I was just coaching one of our clients the other day on cold calling and I was. Giving him some objections at the beginning and he'd be like. Hey, this so and so with ABC Company, have been and I said not interested in his immediate stance. There was one of defensiveness he's. He responded like this, he said. Will you don't even know like what I have to say? Because how could you possibly if you're not interested in? And it turned into this battle back and forth, instead of like really thinking about like what is this other person feeling? Right like what are they feeling? That would make them respond in this way, and this is really really important to do when someone gives you feedback on something, so if someone says your price is too high, or they're giving you an objection, and they're just being honest about. Hey, I. Don't like your product or I think your competitor's product is better what we need to do. When they give feedback is really lean and be curious instead of getting defensive so really Leeann and think about where are they coming from instead of focusing on how we feel because prospects really don't want to hurt your feelings I I really believe that that most people don't want to hurt you as a salesperson. Your feelings, so you have to show them that you won't take things too personally, so here's something that you can try. When someone starts to give you feedback and you could tell like. Maybe it was something that was very hard for them to say. Oh, they had to say no to you. What you can say is you know hey. Thanks for that I imagine that wasn't the easiest thing to share I. really appreciate it. It if you're comfortable with it, would you mind sharing more about that and what you're doing there by thanking them is you're acknowledging that they give you feedback and they didn't have to by saying I. Imagine. That wasn't the easiest thing to say. That's empathy, right? You're thinking about what it was like for them to give you that feedback and I love this line here I. Use this line all the time if you're comfortable. So anytime you're asking feedback or asking someone to do something or asking someone even for an intro or your champion. You're working within. You want them to bring more people into the decision making process. If you're comfortable with it, would you mind doing this? Or is that something? You'd be comfortable with try that line and see how it goes, but again acknowledge. Thank them. Let them know that. That probably wasn't easy for them to say a little bit empathy and ask them if they wouldn't mind sharing more about that lesson here. A tiny bit empathy goes a long
Is history at a turning point? How can we meet the moment?
"Now is the covid nineteen pandemic continues to grow, so are the parallels being drawn between it and another deadly virus that struck the globe more than a century ago, talking about the Spanish flu. Guys. We've been taking a look at some of the video from nineteen sixty eight. There's a lot of pieces of video that look very similar to what we're seeing today. Implementing the images and emotions coming out of Minneapolis too familiar to what happened right here in Ferguson Missouri in two thousand fourteen George Floyd arrest on a Minneapolis street corner, and his frantic pleas for help have given rise to one of the most turbulent periods in recent American history. The question that I can't stop asking myself. How does this all and You may have heard. At various points this year that we are living history right now. The truth is we're always living history. It's just that some of us can afford to ignore it until it boils over. But when racism and police brutality, and the rage that comes in response to that are laid bare for the world to see. In the middle of a pandemic and martial law is threatened. And nobody gets to look away. Everyone wants to know what happens next. Do, we even have a historical precedent for what's happening in America and around the world right now. What is the larger context of how we arrived at this moment? What are we missing when we watch people discuss it on. Cable News. And what needs to happen now? But does each of US need to do? For this to be a moment that changes the world for the better. That's still possible. I'm Jordan Rawlings, and this is the big story. Andre Demise is a writer and journalist, a contributing editor at Maclean's and a Nathanson fellow in history at York University. He is one of the smartest guests. We ever have on this podcast hi Andre. How's it going toward? It's going about as well as it can more importantly, how are you? doing my best I'm trying to reduce stress as much as I can by hanging out with my children and you know. Occasionally occasionally seeing partner but we're both in school. We've both got tons of homework were both busy plus jobs and everything else so yeah, we're even busier than before. The whole lockdown happened. Figure that and now you're spending this week with white people like me, asking you to please explain the historical context of this well I mean yeah, yeah, I am spending a lot of time explaining shift away, people. I mean I all. I can say I sincerely. Thank you for it. you know I? Just I find you incredibly smart and able to help me. learn some stuff from this. Thanks for taking the time Oh. Stop stuttered. Stop your flattery. I'm about to Leeann as I can plan. Why don't you just start by telling me while you watch everything? That's been happening this past week. What's going through your head? People say things like we've been through worse or we've been here before, and I have to ask the question. When when when of we've been here before we've been here before. Quote Unquote in nine eighteen during the Spanish flu pandemic. We've been here. Nine, hundred nineteen during the May Day riots and during red summer. We've been here before in nineteen sixty eight. But. My question is when when is all this happened at the same time? This is not this is unprecedented. My. Question is what is supposed to look like when when it's all over when the dust settles. Because at some point, there's going to be a change of some kind. Throughout history what happens in the course of a popular uprising that moves to straight up volt. The two methods that the ruling class can use. To try and tamp it down. One is use of force. This is where the Jimmy breaks down. This is where the state has to reveal as violence. And come out against the people with arms, or can try placating the people you can try it for example, the Civil Rights Act. It can try the declaration of the rights. It can try any number of mechanisms. To make that, the populace still has some faith in the state, but what? This looks like I don't know that there's anything to placate like there's I. Don't know that there's any mechanism. The state can try to convince people that social contract is worth upholding. That's the thing that keeps going through my head. Is You know what kind of concession can be made universally across? You know the entire United States that would actually mollify the anger I do know some of the answers to those questions I do know. That and this is something that I've been talking about over the last few years. That capitalism depends on racism to be able to reproduce and propagate itself. It's just plain fact If you beat Donald Harassed, who is a former economist Stanford also happens to be the father of Kamla Harris the former presidential candidate. But apparently they didn't. They didn't really have much of a relationship, but throughout American history. The the use of Racist promises the promising of white rages. what's been described as racial republicanism by scholars like David. What that does is incentivize the white working class against their black peers. It has the white working class essentially the. Generates like we are the only people that deserve to have. Rights. Everybody else is a on a cast below us. And until that cycle is abolished until we move away from a system of capital that accumulates the value of people's Labor and the crews it to a few select people. And then spreads out the rewards among certain other people, and then makes promises to certain people. Until that cycle is broken. I'm afraid we're going to be seeing this for the rest of our lives. I mean you're a fellow in history what? have. We seen that even close to like this in the past that ended with concessions. You have to go back very far. I mean you can. You can look at for example I mean not. Bolivia has been taken over in ashes coup. But if you look at Bolivia for example, the the presidency of evil, Morales and the Movement for socialism in Bolivia, lifted thousands upon thousands upon thousands of people out of out of poverty. It increased literacy rates incorporated indigenous eighty into the broader society. You had the the coca farmers. The the coca does I their their practices and their agricultural methods were incorporated into the broader nation. So that you didn't have eight of. The United States rating forms and burning crops. You headed that this is this is a a plants, but this is also a way of life that is valid, and the fact that it's been twisted into a normal trade has nothing to do with the people that originated the practice, so look at Bolivia for example like that. That was up until very recently and experiments in creating a broader. Social Democracy that was more inclusive and helped marginalized people, so
Cooking the Weight and Wellness Way
"We're going to discuss what it means to cook the weight and wellness way so I know often in our show. We talk about eating the weight and wellness way. But today we're going to shift that focus a little bit look a little further upstream in that process to cooking the weight and wellness way and how we go about cooking real food many of our listeners over the last couple of weeks and couple of months have called her emailed. Us questions about how to Cook Certain recipes so we actually had one of our dieticians Theresa Wagner. She's a registered and licensed Dietitian and she's a parent of three young kids herself. She offered up some really great ways to engage kids in this cooking and food preparation process so her blog is called. Oh my kids want to eat all the time plus four snacks to make together for quote Unquote Matt Class. So I I love that title but so she really goes into some really great Tips and tricks and ideas on how to set some routines. Some schedules get some boundaries in there for kids when they need that structure that they don't have from going to school every day right now and how to set up some of those some of that structure at home and as parents how we can make our job easier now that we are home coordinators and parents that were wearing many different hats at this point. So even though I'm not quite as seasoned of a mom is Teresa. I actually found this blog. Post really helpful and anyone some of our listeners. Out there have probably talked Theresa Had Her as their nutritionist. And you can really send her personality her sense of humor coming through in this blog so I thought she did a really great job with the writing in this particular article. So thank you Theresa for that and you can find. Theresa's article and any of the articles the blog articles that we right at our website weight and wellness dot com rate. So when we say cooking and eating the weight and wellness way. What does that really mean? You've heard US say eating the weight and wellness way for many many years now and very simply when we say e the weight and wellness way. We mean that this is an anti inflammatory eating plan. That is based on real food so I WANNA put a pin in that term anti inflammatory we will be circling back to that and for your overall health and wellbeing. We recommend evening real food. And that's a term you all as listeners have now heard many many times real food and you may have heard terms leg whole foods on processed foods foods that your grandparents eight or foods. That are plucked from the farmer's field as Melanie is infamous for saying we talk about eating real food. This is protein from grass fed animals vegetables that you could grow in the garden or that you could buy from the farmer and natural beneficial fats. We will really elaborate on those good fats leader on the show. It may surprise you to learn that most grains lentils some being products are actually inflammatory foods for many people so we suggest limiting the amount of these foods to no more than a half a cup per serving. I have some clients who are really sensitive to those foods and we do have to remove them completely sometimes but a lot of times even just at half cup serving is enough to help people bump their blood sugar up. Get a little bit of energy and still feel good now. We have listeners. That are here with us all over the world so we hope to offer each one of you a pearl of wisdom that will have you saying. Oh I didn't know that in the kitchen or the next time you're doing some meal prepping so I'm happy to share the Mike this morning for the first time with Marianne but before Marianne introduces herself. Mary-anne going to ask you about garlic because you had. I attended one of your kind of previews in the cooking. Classes that you did and you had some really interesting things to say about Garlic and I think even most of us in the room or really surprised by the information you shared so I'm going to hand it over to you. Great thanks Leah. So I am a big garlic lover. I like to put it in a lot of my recipes and so when I make my garlic the trick to getting all of the heart healthy or cancer fighting benefits out of that garlic is to allow it to sit for ten or fifteen minutes after you chop it or you crush it or mince it and it actually releases an enzyme which allows it to be more nutritious for us so once you let it. Rask then you can go ahead throw it into a pan and let it do its magic. That's super interesting because I have always just chopped the garlic and then boom right into the pan with the onions and everything like that so I think I like. I know I'd really took that Pearl away from you. That the time I heard you say that. Yeah we just have to be a little patient so then throw it on in and let it do. Its thing so my name is Maryanne. I am a farm to table chef and culinary nutrition educator with a company called the cooks cure and I work with nutritional weight and wellness to create some really fun cooking classes We developed some recipes and teach clients how to put their meal plans into practice into the kitchen. Yes and isn't that kind of that's the key thing is like you have all this knowledge about foods what they do for you but then how do you translate that into actually getting it onto your plate exactly? Yeah exactly so yeah. Marianne you mentioned the cooking classes that you offered in and we were able to get those in just before all the stay at home order stuff went into place. I know that it was a big request from a lot of our clients for many years to get some sort of education or just some sort of class around that and as soon as we opened it up for the masses to be able to enroll those classes filled up immediately we knew there was a demanded an interest for that and according to the reviews everyone really loved these classes for one reason or another and some people enjoyed learning the new recipes. Others said that they love the time saving tips. And I promise for those of you with local here to the twin cities that we will be offering these classes again as soon as we're all able to safely get back into meeting as a large group But Marianne you know I wasn't able to attend those classes. But do you remember anything in particular or one or two things that really people seem to look into? It really seem to hit home for people that they were able to take away. Absolutely we all had a lot of fun. They were great classes. They were full and And you know it was great is we had beginners and people that love to cook all in the same room and we learned from each other and we asked each other questions. It was fantastic and the other little nuggets. That was fun was Exposing people to vegetables that they might not try normally we. We tend to get into these these ruts and and in our routine of eating the same vegetables. So introducing something. A little unusual was really fun and everybody was really curious and I so enjoyed that was. It was a ton of fun so so I hope that we get back very soon too so that we can do those classes again and so you know now. That restaurants are closed indefinitely and people are staying at home. Almost everybody is dusting off their slow cookers and their instant pots. They're pulling out that collection of cookbooks and they're getting back into the kitchen. Which is a fantastic thing for me. It's the thing that I love so I'm thrilled. That people are doing that in so today. Leeann and I want to share some recipes and cooking tips and some reasons why cooking the weight and wellness way is changing lives here and all around the world. Yes I've been hearing that from clients to mary-anne that it's you know we're we're kind of forced into necessity at this point to actually have to dust off those aprons and get some of that cooking equipment and and dust off of skills a little bit absolutely. Yeah and right now. We want to touch on a few reasons. Why cooking the weight and wellness way or cooking and eating that real food at home is so much better for you and your family's health so I mean as a as a Dietitian I like some technical and the logical reasons to avoid cooking with those unfair refined fats and oils and on dishing up nutrition. We have said so many times that it is best to avoid the refined factory fats and oils in those foods and to actually eat for your house. Oh Marianne wants you just at least mention what some of those Refined oils are. You are so right Leah. So some of those really unhealthy refined oils that some people might find are soybean vegetable canola corn and cotton seed oil and nutritional weight and wellness. We recommend avoiding these refined fats and replacing them with real natural beneficial fats. Such as butter olive oil coconut oil avocado oil and even Bacon Grease or Lard Yum. Yeah the kind that our great grandparents used to us as to have a little coffee. Coffee can underneath the same and either Greece. Definitely so go to your cupboard and read the label on each oil and if you are still cooking with these refined damaging fats maybe now is the time to walk over to the garbage can toss out each bottle one by one and say to yourself. I am done using damage factory-made fats and oils. Yeah are a perfect will Maryanne. Let's put a pin in that for a second. We have to go to break the. You're listening to dishing up nutrition and today we're sharing a number of reasons why many people are cooking the weight and wellness way. And we'RE GONNA BE PROVIDING SOME TIPS TO HELP YOU. Make the most of your time in the kitchen. So we'll be right back going back to dishing up nutrition. I've worked in many restaurants and I've worked every station in those restaurants and one of the tricks that I learned was to always have lots of onions celery and carrots chopped because they are often the foundation of so many recipes and I'd like to add them to a lot of the recipes. I'm preparing and always have homemade bone broth to use in soups or anywhere recipe calls for water. That's my little trick to add a little nutrients and I usually add bone broth to add more protein and to make it more nutritious
We Are The Chosen Ones (w/ Patty Rodriguez)
"Patty you you know we were just start talking about. Leeann how we love her and I know you love her to You you do like so many things like you are one of these lake. Just like that as women. Like look and follow on g and I'm just like Patty doesn't stop light from not only normally not even from being like a mom which is already like a twenty four seven job. Like I'm like he is hustling and you know like do you want to maybe tell the audience like a bunch of you do on my goodness? Okay I started and I still am part of the Ryan Secrets. Radio show. I've been with him for a this year. Any Oh my gosh today today. Today's making bring it out with them. What you're celebrating Kingston Yeta speaking says. Yes Patty we would've brought some Ryan's roses for you right. This moment I i. I don't know why I'm thinking in my head. It was January. But it's April yes so team two thousand and five uh-huh. I started working with him as an intern And I never left and then long that Through those fifteen years I became a music writer for a magazine became a mom and then after I became a mom I was like you know my kid needs to grow up loving who. He is being proud of who he is. Because I remember acid child I carried the shame of being a Latina in my own country ended in one of my children to grow up feeling or carrying that heavy load because it's heavy in books To me books mean so much they are the that was a vehicle for me to learn English And I've always just loved books especially children's books and I was looking for children's books for my now nine year old that celebrated who we are and what we do in our contributions and I couldn't find any so Just to make this shorter I decided to start my own company with a friend of mine and we call it a little league does and we now have our own publishing company and then somewhere in between I started a jewelry line that was like being rocked. Riana Demi Levato Katy Perry you ideal and Just incredible women in and then what else. Oh and then somewhere in between A friend of mine in me Have been writing just writing down in trying to create something that can live forever And just recently we've Kind of connected with a production company that saw this and believes in us and I think that's just the beginning of the beginning. What's next for you to call a month and then it had a second child. Now come more within those fifteen years. Yeah Yeah Oh. Wow You I consider yard real like a listens to bugging Cuba. Books are so cue thank you you have one of Lena. Which was the one that I ever like had saw like in person. I saw like a little local bookshop in by the way that book is d. I mean children's picture book on her life really. Wow that's crazy. That just says a lot about the publishing industry you know. Yeah Yeah I was that one published that was on my gosh. What twenty two thousand eighteen have you have you ever? Do you watch the show or have you watched the show younger? No it's about it's IT'S A. It's Hillary Duff and the Gospel turning Mexico her name. Yes thank you. Yes sees me a Tony Award winner? I know I know. I'm sorry but I know but it's about it's about seeing it's about publishing and writing and stuff in it. It's so interesting because you just said that. And you know it's mostly white women in charge in this or white. I mean Yeah. I think Hollywood is bad yeah The publishing industry is a trillion times worse. Yeah it's so white straight it's like it's honestly it's it's just food with American dirt a novel that isn't you know. Oh Yeah But Yeah so. I think that's really that's like that's so cool that you you did like you've made these landmarks and like you are showing not only You know our people are able to read these. Obviously unlike you know Lakers Read read these books like to our children. I buy one for my knees for her birthday or whatever that is but I think it's cool because like we just Like I have friends babysit and sometimes like I cover for them and Babysat for one of my friends. And I remember telling the family I was like I was really happy because they had free to Kalo. They had like you know a Selena. They held all types of like different colored like females that in books me through the and they had lake so many different hourn even. Just let the Asians Bunch and then I was like this was like a mixed race couple but still like I. I love it when I walk into something. Yes you have books of other people than just like little cartoon just like white people think you educate you really important especially because you know. Those books are for children and If you know. We're talking about changing the narrative and in any in any creative industry that you know that we there were part of on in and I always say this the the one that we should really invest in. Because it's the first form of media that our children you know are are connected to our books. Yeah and if we really want to change the the overall landscape of the way Hollywood looks We honest need to start with books and It's very challenging to Get people on board with that because they you know a lot of people don't see books are so powerful yet we don't we don't consciously see it
How Michigan's governor is battling coronavirus
"Jonathan Cape Heart. Welcome to this special edition of Cape. Up Two separate interviews with two elected officials in two different jurisdictions dealing with the corona virus. Pandemic Governor Gretchen of Michigan and Chicago. Mayor Lori. Lightfoot the start with Governor Whitmer who after instituting one of the strictest. Stay at home. Orders in the nation is getting set to review them and ask her why after all the attacks and president trump. She's polling better than him in a brand new Fox News. Poll Governor Whitman. Thank you very much for coming on the PODCAST. Client to be with him. So you have one of the strictest. Stay at home orders and now word comes that you're now reevaluating that stay at home order. What's changed to make that possible so I think you know? I want to assure kind of the rational. Why we have one of the strictest. Stay home orders. Michigan is the tenth most populous state in the nation. And yet we had the third highest death in the nation and that's something that It has just absolutely devastated. Communities across my state created an incredible amount of fear and concern and we know that Cova nineteen was spreading far and wide long before it was ever detected via test so it took actions to keep people safe and there are more restrictive than other states but I thought that it was absolutely essential after a few weeks of the stay home pasture. We have seen our trajectory. Really Start to flatten. We've saved lives on one of the things about Public Health when you're successful. You've never able to really quantify precisely. How many lives he saved. But we know that. This strategy is working here in Michigan. Every day. We're learning more about Kobe. Bank teen we are crunching the data. We are learning more through increased testing. We're not where we want to be your where we need to be as a nation and sterling. That's that's true in Michigan as well but we are seeing This data that gives us Optimism and so as we evaluate extending the stay home order. We're also an a moment where we can evaluate if there are some things that we might Lighten up on not dramatic changes but changes. That may bring us more in line with some of our our other states and so this is a moment where alphabet evaluation is happening. I'm GonNa make a very Thoughtful data driven determination that centered around promoting public health but also ensuring that people are still eager to abide by the stay home. Stay safe order. I think that's always the balance fat that we have to do here to make sure that we keep compliance than and we keep giving people confidence that we've got a strategy to re-engage in a very thoughtful safe manner so this is not a just so that no one thinks that you're gonNA completely junk your stay at home order. This is. This is going to be something. That is gradual. Sure yes absolutely. This is we're going to look at it. I think the trump administration says as a some people say we're GONNA open stages I like the visual of waves were We're surrounded by the great late. So I'm always thinking in those terms but I do think that we are going to be very thoughtful. We're GONNA have to measure every step of the way There will be you know it'll be necessary that we're nimble if we see a spike Dr. Start to happen that we pull back when necessary that if we are continuing to see success as we open things up where numbers stay down in our ability to meet the needs in our hospitals that are PPA. Needs are much than we can. Take the next step forward. But I think that the the leader's epidemiology and and health sciences across our country are advocating. That is the best practice to avoid a second wave and I hope even if you're a dissenter of the current stay home order we can all agree that avoided. A second wave is the most critical thing that we need to do. It will save lives but it would be absolutely devastated under economies Leeann. A second wave two so you are a part of a compact of states and correct me if I'm wrong. Great Lakes Region Governors who have joined together in sort of dealing with the with the pandemic at can that compact that you're in hold if each of you opens up your respective economies separately or are you given the evaluate reevaluation that you're undertaking and the one that Governor Dewine Ohio is undertaking are those being coordinated so that way these the waves of reevaluation as you put it are all being done in. Concert saved us. You know one of the things that I have found incredibly helpful in these unprecedented times is that I've got group of governors with whom I can share information and data and our thoughts and learn from and I think it's made all of our determinations better the fact that we've got an open dialogue and it's open with Democrats and Republicans. I think that's really important when I pulled kids out of schools here in Michigan as one of the first states to do that and immediately got a call for my friend. Jay Pritzker governor of Illinois. Same tell me. Your thought process did you. What are your experts telling you because they were contemplating it but I had made the decision and they wanted to understand you know weeks later. Maybe a week later when he decided to close bars in Illinois and Mike Dewine closed bars in Ohio and they made the restaurants dine out. Only I got on the phone with both of eminent said. Tell me your thought process. Tell me what you're seeing so I think that the sharing of information has been incredibly helpful. There are many people who can understand all the pressures that we are under but we certainly can understand it from one another and in the global pandemic were all in the in the same situation and we've got similar economies and so I think that's important. That's what really drove Reaching out and trying to get everyone to join this kind of Compact that doesn't mean that when I make a decision in Michigan Kentucky Ohio Indiana Minnesota Wisconsin Illinois. We're going to make the same exact decision at the same cadence but what it does mean is that we are having those robust conversations. I am organizing it. So we're getting on the phone regularly and our teams are as well so that our sharing at we are learning from one another and it makes all of our decisions that are informed and I think better decisions you you created the Michigan Corona virus taskforce on racial disparities and it's dedicated to the memory of Schuyler. Herbert who had five years old is the youngest person to dive the corona virus in in Michigan. It's the Task Force is headed up by your Lieutenant Governor. Why is this task force important sort of a leading question? But I'll have you hold forth. Well you know So you know governor Garland Gilchrist as the chair of this task force and one of the things that I'm really proud that we did in Michigan. We were one of the first states to do it. And frankly not Everyone has followed suit and I'm hopeful that eventually we'll have every state following suit but we've been releasing racial data on our current virus cases now even when it's not completely full because we do have a lot of Tests that were conducted on. The race was not noted early on in the process by gathering. This data has really put a spotlight. On the fact that we've got a disparate health outcomes and anyone who studied it anyone who's been paying attention isn't surprised by that but I think I think the surprise is that is so desperate that fourteen percent of the Michigan population is African American and yet forty percent of the deaths from Kobe. Nineteen are African American. And I think that that's something that we absolutely have to in this crisis. Learn the lesson and make them. Societal changes to improve outcomes and to have real equity meister. I gave a few months ago. It feels like a lifetime ago. Now highlighted. Is that a good part of my save. The state addressing the dispirit outcomes for women of Color and babies of color is three times more dangerous Three times more deadly for a woman of color to have a baby in Michigan than it is for women. And there's implicit bias. There there are a lot of contributing factors. I think it's incumbent on every leader. Everyone who has a position of authority to understand that? That's an issue that there's a problem and we've got to fix it and I think this is held a mirror up to our country and really magnified The the historic racial discrepancies. That we have in our society and fix them
Cults Daily: The Seekers Dr. Charles Laughead
"Today we're discussing the apocalyptic prophecies of Dr Charles Law head and his followers. They call themselves the seekers and believe that aliens would destroy Earth around Christmas. Nineteen fifty four. The cult's prophecy inspired new psychological investigations into the phenomenon of cognitive dissonance and had lasting ramifications on cult studies in the twentieth century. Charles Law head was the organizer and leader of the seekers but the original prophecies came from a woman named Dorothy Martin. Dorothy was an early believer in the dianetics movement which became the Church of Scientology but back in nineteen fifty four. Dorothy believed that she could commune with extraterrestrials through writing. She believed her. Hand was a vessel for messages from another world. The only person who seemed to take her seriously was her friend. Dr Charles Law had the doctor and his wife had been searching for spiritual enlightenment by exploring ufo sightings and possible extraterrestrial contact law had firmly believed in the existence of aliens and that these distant beings were very concerned with the future of Planet. Earth when his friend? Dorothy told him in August. Nineteen fifty four that she had a premonition. He believed her in fact. Law Head publicized. Dorothy prophecy she told him that. A great cataclysm would strike on December twenty first nineteen fifty four and the doctor wrote this into a brief newspaper article in his writing. He predicted the specifics of this cataclysm law head foretold of a great volcano that would stretch from Canada's Hudson Bay all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. This volcano would cause a huge tidal wave. That would wash over. North America the charismatic law head Rally Dorothy and other U. F. O. Believers to form a nondenominational church devoted to preparations for the apocalypse several of these believers experienced frenzied premonitions themselves feeding into law heads prophecy but one of the members of this church was another doctor named. Leon festinger of psychologist. He read the newspaper article and while he didn't believe law heads predictions. Leon saw perfect opportunity to study the phenomenon known as cognitive dissonance this seekers gathered on the night of December twenty first ready for the end of the world but it never came the clock struck midnight and nothing happened by four. Am It was obvious that nothing was going to happen? Leeann was there that night and saw the rampant disappointment on the seekers faces as law heads. Prediction never occurred. He said there was little to see in the reactions of the people in that room. There was no talking no sound. People sat stocks still their faces seemingly frozen and expressionless. Didn't know how to react to the failed prophecy. Many wandered out of the house shaken. The followers soon parted ways rejoining their lives. Dorothy continued to believe in the extraterrestrials preaching their existence for another four decades until her death in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. Leon went on to develop a theory of cognitive dissonance which describes a mental phenomenon where a person holds two or more contradictory beliefs or ideas as true even when presented with new information proving otherwise the seekers had believed in law head wholeheartedly. Even when evidence countered his predictions law head and his wife returned home and found their neighbors had become hostile. His own sister tried to have him committed to a mental institution and his children taken into protective custody. Eventually law head and his family fled to California but the failed prophecy had a lasting effect liens theory of cognitive dissonance as seen in the seekers ardent believes that divide reason and evidence became a cornerstone theory in behavioral science and continues to be studied today.
"leeann" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Kind of interviewing my six self I was like what's a clown horn or that I keep using that example when I'm stuck in the ICU there's kind of this talk to God or have a memory of my childhood or whatever so there was a lot of structure round December the Holidays I give manuscript assignment a seven hundred pages manifest so I you're issue is like okay let's start working on this so what's editing they used to have like a long appendix with Sir uplifting note that almost seems like the gorgeous things my brain tumor and I was like thank more for bringing these people together so that was kind of a comic I grew hopefully not how are your kids went into recovery or any of them afraid of parents passed away before I met him and he has a bad he doesn't you have the picture of he was a boy so he was not wait and they had not lollipops but like a looker probably not no I mean the kids didn't come and they left let her where I moved into that other room when I started to have visitors real funny people help you heal and I mean when probably forces you to care for them if they come in concerned but like my by comedian friends were amazing right like my friend Karen came model skinny were anything because that was like this big right it immediately Jesus aren't those called Christians yeah she's but also we have like a Texan relationship where she'll like just see a picture and text via pictured amazing wonderful thing and I'm so grateful for it because it I feel like it how my family until there was a lot of factors but in the book I really was coming up with how this is funny was we found out that enormous portion of yeah you know they know the bureaucracy they know the smells they know the because it makes you have diarrhea and he has barium Yeah Lake Julia's this whole bid what took the longest or was the most difficult Is it how long did it take it still is.
"leeann" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"About don't share okay I'm nervous interviewing you I'll tell you that right now my because I know that I know Jim but so that's why I have lan here go Bert what the hell so for a piece of paper we'll pretend they never have been no I already I five more kids than we have we have we have so I was like and you what's amazing what's your what's what is what is your all's lifelike I saw and okay not tired at the end of the night but I'm tired in the mornings the average day look like in your family an average day Well I I hold on okay better your seven I just want to keep it this way when I say we I mean not Jim Y'all got I know I've read most federal when you were saying your schedule in the book I was like this is exactly my you might have to with with lifestyles I was talking to Fitzsimmons about it and he was like a comic I stay out until Oh I think everyone knows but I will reiterate which is huge theaters multiple shows hands remember our Monday and Tuesday right so you can't it's not like everyone's how's your weekend sorry I was going to start getting all this help messages of your you have that as well we do so that's really complicated so we get up at six we have to leave by seven so even though I would like to make the same everyone reserve fend for themselves since nanny or somebody doing everything for the kids because it's a lot easier so so as everyone knows if you have like a messy playroom the other toy right and so I kind of in servive and have an and have this you know relatively like clean house you go ahead yes no that's the ends Leeann all that but I want to I want kind of want to know who you are before that because I don't writing and like I said I'm a horrible reader so I read bits and pieces but when you got the news that you happens if something happens horribly to me how will I react in that moment I wanted to know what kind of person new your faithful person but we always that person drugs and alcohol how'd you meet Jim but mistry perfect okay so essentially I grew up as the eldest of nine early more jobs at home right so I think that my mom was working all the time and also when I hit no thirteen I realized that if I wanted to have a clean heads you know I'm sure you had the big Catholic family that had like multiple kids requires especially on the middle children but did you have as the eldest did you have kind of took over really right yeah I kind of took over I am of entitled to what if my life was an only child and why do you keep I was jealous of having like so I thought having below middle class when you have nine kids because you you just can't give everyone a brand and I'm going to this going to become positive but at the time when I had to kind of carve my way through surviving like that caught up in appearance this is very confessional what I'm telling you right that my sense of cleaning and organizing making listen as the oldest and I think that there's probably still some a little bit of resentment from like she was very like it doesn't matter people are more important than things Vigna then she our lives were filled with storytelling very spiritual very goddess the angels are here and just really was like she's crazy she doesn't you know understand that I have to what were appearances now meanwhile my dad who was not around as much some very you'll a cadillac but not you know really out there with it and so when the movie but through the instrument of a thirteen year old kid so that's what that's what exactly what I'm getting at is that I in order for me to feel and then I you know wind up having five kids and I was like but we're still going to get like white happened when I left working the fact that my oldest daughter is determined thirteen and she was changing two years in the house and it was just that right now it's like at that cuss word that you're going to need another show runner because I can't do this it's too situations before where I couldn't leave the set and I would book like shoots Middle School Concert Spring concert and then it would get stuck in traffic so ultimately Jim decided that he didn't but with all these diverse friends and you know it was a very his things I do a lot of stuff which is amazing but in here good tag you could use it then maybe nine ten uses it so I do right with Jim but he there I mean it's like I'm sure that you have a lot of say in do this don't do your edit for the specials and I can you know choose with when we did the TV show it was like about the kids about the family she had stories he our family was a very big step but it was also obviously and I remember having a call for a pre K. teacher being like you know Michael is prison lit like I couldn't do both and then I would hang up and be like did you e showrunner and five kids it was like I I was we made a decision we've called the network and we were like we really difficult but then immediately like the next special started and whatever imagine on the same floor of our apartment building there's another apartment a studio how's your kids running burst unless we lock the door gravitate to where meanwhile I sit here and by myself and you're like Hagan Rep the podcast up my daughters so anyway how this relates back to the sense of control and all this stuff so I'm like I'm take them to school every day I'm going to join both PTA is and you know this happened about six months later so we had hiatus during the summer start the the writing season the fall so the summer that we doing a tour of his other book assuming approach and on the plane ride home I of Kim that came back in the headphones had gotten twisted the other way so he put them on and then happen and I was snapping fingers Aaron like that's weird you probably stood too close to the speaker at the Chili Peppers concert in two thousand I explained everything away and also busy right because you're too busy and also apply to other people I've seen in my world when you have a bunch of little ones to juggle and it's feel weird you're like I'll get over it no mom is sick but you don't get I'm just going back in time for a minute just to give some context of WHO I am I mul director and having all the kids and all that stuff you feel like you have to prove yourself so you know beach stairs we do it like it was on location yeah it was I I watched film shoot right you'll fill and this this your New York which was jim being story to the kids in bed but the story Camila noise in the seventy s so it was very is my pinnacle I was directing it I had been prepping wide been it was it was very passionate about this episode because it was about you know Jim's childhood just post a picture of the two of them that's Patrick that's Patriots Patrick they look like fucking twin-aisle exactly like the pictures of his father who passed away before I met Jim so there explain my foot which is not an option so I got an assistant to go get some the show I never would have gone to the doctor about the hearing loss right into me and I turned my head and she said what was wrong and I said oh I just can't you have to take care of yourself because you're going to be no good to anybody right and she's like ray turning my head this is Kgo the years ago will flow nays and whatever they said to do came back followed audio audio nerve oral role model or something it's called that kind of mmediately clear that something was extremely wrong because the I was at a radiology and they can't see anything so I'm like what he's like your doctor will call you said to the guy you know has a look and he goes I can't tell you anything and and and then they just called they never even return them I was by the way I was supposed to take even now like have you ever had throat scope now throats go they've got a camera on lady so if you see something like cancer are you prepared for what look you're going to give off and that is one of my easiest to not do that but it was that's why and then of course I was like I'm being paranoid but I went trouble call me like a he told me that he was going to quote with me in two weeks and now they're saying the doctoral commie who said he was supposed to call me and got really argumentative 'cause I'm just like why would they brian they won't let me leave and he's like what what do you mean and he's like why did you want me to come there and like no I'm leaving the the the the the thing I keep hanging my hat on is your lives that keep hanging my hat off actually just jumping ahead a little bit when I did find out something I I really feel like I was could someone like write a book about how I am cognizant enough to write a book after I had a brain tumor so you're trying to make a documentary about making a comedy material in London and then made up some stuff about London and he's like that's going to be our quest is we're GONNA win a book it with no material yeah well this is some of the ways that we're going to try to come up with the material like a great idea just like there's something wrong with me and I'm never the one to say that but I feel really is when one of you is losing it the other one's gotta hold it together and lost it we've got a dire hold it together and I there's an instinct that I will I pretty good right now but it does told someone the other day I threw up in the sink and Lianne I just can't do that I can't do that really religious I'm like I'm use infringing about it until the doctor calls you so we start working on this here I just want to let you know that you have a large master brain and what even though that's how I opened with my parents because I was like literally afraid that my like I would much rather be sick than my kids Seco- one hundred percent it's the reason my kids get in the boat and for some reason that relaxes me knowing my knowing that you've messed growing in her brain and I'm like okay urgence to call and he said normally a neurologist who's just send you to neurosurgeon so it was like okay and then he and people live with them and I didn't I relax a little bit I'm like well what they're going to tell you he's so he's trying to he's right now saying I'm serving shit sandwiches tell me what's going to happen but that's like why are waiting for the call like so I'm Mike and he said what I would imagine that they would probably respect it or part of it so at that moment I was like okay I I'm GonNa have to have brain surgery yeah you get into my brain right but also like you kind of do want it out yeah so it's kind I called these and and I then I also repeated everything he said I was so I mean he is he is translucent and they have them there and they give you a copy for like twenty bucks or something and then we have I'm going I'm putting all of this most listeners are imagining in their own relationship as I let's do wanNA call like he wanted to call but he was like would you like to running the whole thing right so I mean I don't even pack him he packs himself I bet you know the most of you most of comics wives have helix's shake Mitchell why but with like three O's doesn't you call the surgeon medical so try we I see I'm like I don't know what to do I wanna see in it and so I called the sixteenth there were like a your new patient same receptions I'm like does the other guy have an earlier appointment and they had so we need to see your report before it can make the appointment I mean it was so crazy August our neurosurgeon but my best friend from childhood grew up to be a neurologist so I texted around like hey John what's up anyway I'm a massive my brain need your help scan so then we just kind of you know have to like keep it a secret because we're like so the next morning I drop the kids at school I'm feeling pretty.
"leeann" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"As a week as possible trying to give you more content I know that some people I I dr Koss Talk Cross country so you like fuck yeah why not today's guests Oh body the respectively or thirteenth respectively I love using the word respectively Joe that means Glenn Anyway respectively respectively Obviously the yeah thank you I was wanting to laugh off that what if I just hired things and we laugh or say things I still take him on stage they love that is something that honestly if it fascinates me in a way to like that in life I just go so how did you get through it she wrote a book when life gives you Tom I don't know I don't know what her website is I should be more specific but I know you can get it on Amazon you can get this book Cathy Carson I read the book and the book clubbed about it today released this week and on this podcast and I am no I read parts of the book I know there's massive parts the if she had paid more attention I think she said that she would have picked it up she was so busy she wasn't doing bug bites on her legs stopped she wouldn't let terrified mother symptoms too but maybe you should listen to the podcast and you know and dude was a Vietnamese grandmother totally that's been oi website but you can also get an I'll tell you right now at all you can get an audible you can go to Barnes and noble dot that's getting a little going through something like this and a little hopeless crisis or a family member or friend of someone going through medical in that manner and it was very insightful and she was very she's very self without a doubt is one of the best comics working but he's a great dad and he's a great dude and I follow him on Instagram I believe that I have five kids today's podcast without further Ado Ladies and gentlemen one hundred fifty seats I think are available that's I mean in the room actually.
"leeann" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast
"It's the machine shirts off from drinking. Tito's his tits shirt on what we did get a message from our producer that you specifically requested. Tito's and they went and bought you. I would say a serious yeah a comedic large bottle of Tito's. I just said to someone today. I was was like I wish that I like. I'm cool with my branding. I get it. I'm cool with it but I I wish I had some. I wish I had a a little bit of introspection as a younger man to be like so. This'll be it no yeah technically. WanNa see me stand up. They just WanNa see me drink. There was somebody UNCON- stage but they think I'm obliterated like aw he's ways somebody who's saying something about tells old show. What was the show. Oh night INSOMNIAC. They're like the thing about that. Show is that when he comes to town. They're having the most hardcore wild night of their lives with. Dave attell tell but he's taping like thirty nights in a row so he's having someone's wildest every night of his life. I feel entirely because I tell everyone and I do because I'm because I wanted that. When I was younger by go after the show I'm going to go to the bar and hang out and and if you guys want to come and take a picture a beer hang out with me. Please feel free you hang out about the crowd drought honeypot spinal meningitis. I'd spinal meningitis is is contagious and people get it. It's like one. It's contagious teijin viral meningitis spinal meningitis viral meningitis castell correct me Bryce. She's GONNA speak. She's one of our guests can't believe you guys do this for a living. Wall guys hang out together for a living. I would make me crazy is what does this Jackie gleason. I worked for him every day so we do work together every day. What are you waiting for the crusher empire I do. I've answered tons of emails. I run all of his merch. Burt is taking care of the kids the whole day it. It's nice that you like do your par- I try. I try worst fucking parent. Where did you guys meet. Let's start there. We met here. We have different stories as to when we first met. I don't presume blackout from the first thing I don't remember. I don't remember the first two times we met originally. She was a bitch. I love it. She was a bitch she she really is but I like and I feel like I'm always with people who like bitches. I don't think you're a bitch taste. It began a huge bits. Don't worry about it. I definitely know I don't know you well enough to know one way or another bitch. I zone out like I used to like always just put my credit credit card out that is true when we first started dating she would like walk up to like the Checker and she would be not looking at him and just put her credit card in his face and just like out of a habit like I was still being nice during the whole transaction. No not really Oh you think I'm someone who's mean to people who are waiting on me no because I'm not but that was something. That was something that we worked through yeah. That's true she did that to me. She said that I was not that. I was hurt with people on the phone. I said no Manson who's married to this whole thing is like a wife swapping fantasy. I don't even I didn't tell you that bird. I'm so sorry but that's actually what we're doing here now. She said you were Kurt Kurt to people on the phone. I didn't know I was and then I realized I was calling people and I was just going regimen and they'd be like sure and they you say hello to somebody. Please say please thank you. I didn't realize I was doing it to my cow sedona Tanto but that sounds like a radio Taylor or you haven't been in the zone anyway cow head. Let's get to the important figure here I called. Oh cowsheds show one time and Carmen was answering phones and I just said his cow there and then she said you. She called me out she goes. You know you're an asshole like you. Don't say hi or anything to me and I was like I was trying to defend it. I was like I'm not trying to talk to you. Imprinted dot co Ed. I'm calling into defend. It was work. I don't the ever heard the phrase greasing the wheel I had never heard of the phrase greasing the cow the cow don't the milk for free or something like we have an electrician and I always whenever I texted him. He's kind of this eighty year old guy like he's really cool. He's a little old. I don't know if he's he's only like seventy years. Maybe sixty five who knows how old he is but anyway he's always like how are you today to Tasha. He's always just like. I hope you're having a nice afternoon. He just kind of always like ads that into every tax no matter what and I'm like I have to always so now and I text him. I'm like Hi Sylvester. How are you today. Do you think you could come by Wednesday but it's a nice nice. You know a little bit of echoed like to share some of the people we have worked with us at our house with you because we have fallen in love with a couple of people that work with us that I don't even know I. I don't even know if they're griffin us but we have what do they do. We have a we have a tree guy. MR named Mr Loyd Gamble. I don't know how old he is. He's old black man. Dan White hair and he's just comes as go walk right in our backyard. Look at our trees and be like a hundred and fifty dollars question. Hi Sue doesn't even tell you what we love him because he's like we grew up in the south so there's something really warming about a guy like that. I remember he said he got up clean palm and it's filled with Rask's. I know I know get rid of the Queen Paul such a beautiful tree. How big is a hundred years old and in rats gamble just showed up the flute and just played them all out. He's up there. He's up there and I hear him yelling. Elena's something gambles everything okay goes. You'd better be lucky. You got an old country. Boy Ain't afraid of rats crawling all over me. Oh also what you want with someone like that same thing with I go to him and he's talking about electrical stuff and I always want to be like how do you make a marriage last information that I don't know Lloyd Gamble. We should call this the trees I would love to just send them into your house and you. That's just watch him. Go to war and we do have trees. We have trees. We want to know so. I WanNa know something you guys fight about to start wait. Let me just tell you like Mush. Talk a lot about core issues. Sometimes they'll have the same fight like people say like when you get married. You're the same fight over and over but I don't know is there. Anybody talk talk too much. I right yeah. That's that's got to be up. What we're fighting was the core. Were issue that. We're fighting about right now. Oh Yeah what are you guys fighting about right now. I don't know we've had so many this week. I've lost track of this. What do you got mainly it. Is I have a fear of getting old and dying and liens comfortable with that so we're looking at houses right now. She's saying stuff like well. You got to remember we can only be going up and down the stairs for a few more years not trade data in this case it very depressed but if I and you guys are young but if I actually said that it would be depressing talk say but I read into our biggest fight. That's how Oh you received. What did you say I said like. I said it kind of half jokingly like three months ago and now every house we go two. He's like Oh retirement. I don't know if we can go up those stairs in retirement and I'm like dude. I said it fucking one time. I will tell you. I didn't go upset ups when we're retired now. When you get old you've retired. It's when you retire. When you get older you get old. You have a tough time steps. It doesn't happen the moment the AARP guy standing up there. Lloyd gamble is that you work for them two hundred fifty dollars no. I had at a moment today in the car where I was driving my daughter back from gymnastics class and it was really sweet and there's a beautiful song playing and I'm like Uber like I just realized like I'm I'm forty and I go. I'm half of my life has gotten that was my thought like it was a beautiful moment was the moment the Cup punctuated by like Oh my God it's GonNa end yeah. We'll tell you why you will you have to look forward to and this is another thing that we don't it's not. I wouldn't say fight over where it's our. It's the splinter that we've been getting caught up on. Is You still have your whole life ahead of you with your daughter. Your daughter's brand new Ah-ha we're looking at a house what I would argue as my dream house the other day and I was like you know what we'll take it. We'll tear this down build a new one into the hill three stories master suite up top with a grand infinity pool and the very logistically goes well. Let's not make it for everyone because that'll take an a year and eight months to build and George is going to be in college and I just was like so so it's GonNa be me and you an island. No it just bummed me out. It's at my kids are taking off. Does that not scare you. Leeann the idea that like time is just flittering through your face spent so much time with the kids. She's ready for them. Believe I'm not ready for them to leave but I am sad about it too but I stay. I stay here yeah. I stay very present. What's your secret. Oh I don't know I don't know I don't worry about that. I do I think about it logistically like realistically. We don't need like a six bedroom house in two years to people you know so that doesn't with depression depression very pragmatic and very practical because that's the difference. I'm not as probably burt really likes that about you and if he likes that or he needs it attracted to her. He knows he wanted a need. I live in hyperbole so I don't live in reality totally hyperbole well. There's this great story that I heard it in a meeting once this guy this well. I'm not really in a anymore so I can tell all the stories that I'm not supposed to have told during that time but anyway but I'm still sober but it's a long story at any rate. This guy goes. He called his sponsor answer or who's the sponsors like your guide or whatever and he goes I don't know man I'm. I'm just freaked out because his girl I'm dating I just I don't know if it's GonNa work out. I don't think she's going to like me and even if she does like me. Like what am I. I don't know if I'm ready for like a long term relationship to move in and the sponsor goes I. I can't hear you man and is like what is it. Oh okay well what I was the same was I. I'm afraid because I'm with this girl. I don't know if it's GonNa work out and even if it doesn't he goes. Sorry still can't hear you and he's like Oh. Is there something wrong with the reception he was like no. You're just I. I can't hear into the future. You're talking to me from the future and I'm here. I'm over here in the president right now. I thought that was like a powerful idea. He was like none of this is important information. Yeah all your fear and all your all this projection but it's impossible. Leeann loosen how you can do it. It's not impossible something after practice right just just practice going. I'M NOT GONNA put my energy there. If I've been energy here then what comes there will be even better my energy's spent all in the future then and how can I put my best stuff now and isn't there for physical energy and mental energy because a lot of times. You know what we're talking about. Is All in your head totally so then you'll just be trying to focus on the task at hand mentally ever that is what is it about death..
"leeann" Discussed on The Tech Guy
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"leeann" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"How far removed from television Asian episode all right. I'M GONNA put this one in I here we go. That's a really big piece of chicken is what you're GONNA say. Yes I agree. I agree them flexing in the mirror but it doesn't say to cut them it. Doesn't it just says these I cabbage we're going to have you do that in a second with a brand new oh this one's going to be much better by the way. I think we might have to take our time on this is more crisco by any chance staring at myself in the mirror more or less than that job. Barely I use a lot of it You don't worry about it. We're good. We're good. We're good so we'll just take our time but willing and stretch conversation so we including me why'd you measure it up a good point in the show the secrets sinker time secret Tom the whole Canyon this this his beers fought. I just Bela pasty inside interesting so so I want to go back one of the I was so impressed and I texted you personally when I saw maybe I just tweeted you but fucking snoop. Dogg blow your mind. It did kind of blow my mind just because I think anytime time snoop Dogg more than most people's like you know doesn't feel like a real person say my name was crazy and also anyone who's from your childhood food saying your name is Kinda crazy because it's like they feel like imaginary. People let me crossover of the fact that he's hip hop. He's hip royalty. You live someone to these people who distribute out and they called it like what's going on your albums blowing up. It must have been this this this the snoop affect you know like we're at a point now in music where like I'll bet I sell more records from a snoop instagram than if I played the tonight show crazy that crazy in that. I'm glad I'm glad I turn the tonight show down. We talked about this a little bit before we were taping but like and not to blow of your spot in a way that's like the IRS is GonNa. Come find you but the amount of albums you've sold by yourself is astronomical. We don't get that turnaround on comedy specials and they're being released by showtime comedy. Central Net flicks the amount of people that have found you. It's it's look snoop. DOGG's tweeting out my machine story. He found you organically as an artist and was games game. It's one of the coolest things I've ever seen in my in my career. I'm saying that all psyched about definitely has really impressive. Now I did see I just don't canoes soup dog hair done with phone listening to wheeler singing along to Song in love it. It's it's arming because your songs are gangsta in stuff. I always said I was kind of weight. Appropriate Debt Culture Leeann. They're not very honest the country they're like into sleep now one of my buddies call me once. WISCON- Yay twenty thousand pretty really clever but I I don't watch any of that but that's how I started using describe my music pretty accurate. What would be ultimate concert. You could ever put on ultimate show you could ever put on like one show. You plan it out. You know it's like Dreamgig you against it when it's offered to figuring out the when you're having a few beers cooking food. It's super easy to think it out. I go minds like Oh Moscow Saint Petersburg Berg about location like everything dream me. I get one plane. I fly everyone else. In Moscow and the Russian mob is allowed of the show and I go up and I do stand up if we have a translator and I told them machines story and it's all like backdrop of Moscow. Just bad asked to be over there again one more time well. I still want really really WanNa play the rhyming him and I got an offer recently to open up a show and I turned it down because it felt like I was settling on my goal. You know like I don't want. I still want to keep that goal. Then feels like all I did play. I opened up. I I won't say the hack who opened up for but this half ass someone. They didn't deserve this fucking. Should we are manageable. I mean by that. You don't want to you want yet. I didn't WanNa have now feels you know. It's like it's got like the bench. It's just it's. It's you feel the it's all it's real country you. You know it's a real country. It's a beautiful been now very intimate. Despite how big it is Larry the cable guy there so then why can't a to do show there. I don't think I don't know that I could sell the tickets. Nashville honestly is like the hardest if you're a country musician is the hardest place to fucking sell tickets because all my fucking friends think they're. GonNa get in for free. Everyone else in town knows somebody. Nobody buys tickets right. Excuse I'm using at least you know it's actually tour we do the tours. Everything's slowed up and national on my house. My fucking hometown muscled out there like you got. Three hundred people want to be on the guest. Louis is kind of like that here too probably with com- with comics that you're having trouble you have trouble time selling tickets in brea and in Irvine anywhere we're an. La Times all tickets and it's not from lack of like promotion I saw well everywhere else in the country but for some reason and then you guys like to Leah and and Bill and Tommy and Joe and they all murderer it here but for some reason I think my fan base is a little more is a term I have that this is going to get Super Meta and you can edit it out. There's a term for call cutting. You're cutting sleeves up comedy. When you Larry the cable guy out and you go. Hey guys this is what you're getting. I think to an extent of done that a tad bit with you know the fact that I don't wear a shirt at all but you know. I think that it's fun. It makes it great and makes it's a fun I think. LA's still a little bit of a scene place where they want to see the guy uses with skinny jeans and beautiful hair and a coup look in all of up into Nuno's about that band. I'm not that guy no peaches cool and hip. You know I run into that problem onto which is like you know. I hate the East Nashville hipsters as much as I do like the kind of mainstream dog shit you know I don't want to be in any of those crowds but yeah you can kind of get caught in a and a seen anything is bad. Yeah I think so your own thing. What is what is the equivalent like. What is the comedy equivalent of the Nashville scene. You have the guys that are like the guys did they have a headshot photographer light a scene where they do their shoot in front of their truck and they're like yeah well. I think the hitter Nashville Shit would be like the I don't. I'M NOT GONNA name names. This sound like they're I mean they're are good. They sound like it wasn't him sound like like Brooklyn. W like hosts income that on hand. Leeann now let me ask you this who do you who do you like a national like real. I mean staple is really good and we fucking awesome. I'll use fucking amazing awesome him on is fucking awesome yeah and my new favorite guy is the guy who I guess you'd call them. Nationally Reading Tyler Children's check your mouth produces records from pills that Kentucky and I think it's the best record out there right now so I'll give him a plug to Chris Stapleton. So what is it that I like about country then. Can you tell me it gets questioned is stapling countryman. I think he is but you can make an argument. That's a little more raw from muscle shoals to me yeah so he's like his voice sounds kind of soul singer. I'm I think he's somewhat. If you your kids they would make me wonder if black back I think you know I think that lends itself to comedy into rock ends. A country is I think we're all borrowing from that. Authentic art.
"leeann" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Hey guys brand new episode of something's Burning Uncut Leeann. Can you not kill flies while I'm doing a fucking read doing it my phone yeah.
"leeann" Discussed on Dr. Drew After Dark
"Me. Start drinking again was not that was your friends and that was my me with somebody who loves you received potman. I decided i was going to quit drinking. I was done. I was like you know what i think i'm done. I've had a really good fun time. Folks career my dad's like are you out of your fucking mind. You're not drinking and i was like okay. You're going to quit drinking. You're going to quit drinking. I just turned twenty-one. What the fuck that's right so leeann. Is this very wonderful interesting person. Let's not forget. I'm the one with the fucking career. The pays the bill second what i was trying to figure out what brought her to you. No no disrespect intended of i could i could ballpark it. Yeah i think i think i can't wait. Wait to hear what you think. I think is a lot of not knowing. I think a broken childhood right right which i know i got to it broke. I get to know a little bit about that last time we talked but you don't you don't fit though check those boxes. What do you mean you're. You're much better than that is she. She she should be reenacting some of that stuff and you're definitely not that you have. I think that's on her. I think she did love self-help right for her right so therefore her choices should should be autonomous and self serve for her best interests and clear and good that that you feel like my the choices were not autonomous just curious. I'm just curious things but i don't know i have no idea why she's with me. I wouldn't be with me if i was cheated on me a long time. Go fuck the pool guy for christ's sake. I always say leeann ever comes up on c._n._n. And they're like bird crashers gone missing jogging and his wife's a suspect. I'm like you know what i deserved. I fucking deserved served. Yeah i would've stayed with me and all that. Why are you being fucking serious. Yeah she serious yeah. I'm super self-centered. I'm never home. You don't get that a regular life with me. You just kind of like ride. Whatever right i wanna be on my bugging. Don't elite l. story gone. We're just getting started. I'm not gonna say bench small penis i didn't we have not drop. I believe we have that draws them so bad at sex. I'm so bad. Let's ex really oh well now. We're talking about his little boy. I don't think guy about sex that's when he's off duty. I'm just saying yeah. Let's just say among the show are brought ashore off the off duty. My dick's paul balart duty. It's good it's respectful respectful so so one of the things i would say she likes is that openness and honesty and that self-deprecation. I would say that's that's good. That's a good thing. I knew i need your brain. I'm so i'm super bowl advocating but i'm also i think it's one of the things about being a comic ah she needs a something. That's interesting that's right. I can't get i get bored really fast and you're the perfect fit for that. Ah yes definitely interesting. That's right not bored and i also don't like people in my space all the time right so you're being away fucking helps right right me being gone. 'cause i know when i'm home too much yeah. She starts getting antsy. Start going..
"leeann" Discussed on Dr. Drew After Dark
"I'm going to give him a chance. Give them a chance. Some lady asked me in an interview the other day. I can't really get a read on your politics and i was like i don't think it matters. She goes are you a misogynist and i was like oh. I don't think so she goes with your wife and daughters seem to think you are and i was like who listens to women oh. She didn't get the joke so yeah no but i but i think i can't tell you what i this is gonna in a fuck me up. Leeann is definitely pointing out like i can't stand in my own kitchen without everyone. Go look at the patriarchy standing. I mean all you have three women in your head. Three women and i failed my hand and you're white male. I am privileged fucking enemy but it's not just that he stands like this right and he goes or you're gonna start stirring that you need me to help restore that. Why don't i start that for you. I'll start that and i'm like i'm free pasta casaus. I got it and the these incapable passive women that are so i am. I am going to turn that on you're going to i'll just turn it on alternate. I think you you know both leeann and your kids. They're closer to wild wings and they started passive. Young women mind with the game of owns bet they owed bone marrow. Well one of the hardest georgia's really does. That's also why you would think they need. Your is just because you feel diminished by them. No i don't even know what you guys are talking about like i am i am a benevolent hardcore festival. What why did your you're soon going uh-huh girlfriend leave you then which one this one i'm looking at. Oh i was definitely misogynist. Okay all right. Listen listen. I look i i believe sometimes. I was cheated on by girl so i just didn't trust women and i didn't i was like i was like the fucking bad area even when i was dating and i was like we're just friends. Were just hanging out labels on it. She told me because i was like if i get i know i listen. I'm going to get hurt and then yeah and that was the whole thing i think for guys just calm um and women do it too and so but you got a little bit <hes> i mean some men get angry with women when they get hurt yeah and by the way rightfully so in some women get angry amendment correct and some men get angry men when they get hurt if they're gay yeah and it was me and i was just like i don't don't trust women and i and then i ebb and then so you were at a table with a group of friends fuck it was this is old burt. Yes yes this is. What was the point that you were trying to make talking about this. That was so important to you you. You had to stand down your new girlfriend and her five friends five five. Thank you yeah. I just haven't who can't even defend this like even if i tried to defend it in my brain the way i thought about it that night yes. He's such yourself in that place. Yes <hes> first of all drunk..
"leeann" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
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"leeann" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Leeann leeann good morning, president. She has landed in North Korea for a historic trip to appeal young. Bloomberg's Karen Lee says the trip comes as US talks with both China and North Korea, stumble, it also case, a renewed rotary between the two neighbors, and since Donald Trump, a message about Beijing's broader influence a head of trade talks. She at the g twenty summit in Japan for Kim Jong UN, it's another chance to show, his options beyond a third meeting with Trump after their last summit collapsed in Hong Kong. Karen Lee, Bloomberg daybreak Europe for the first time in the European Union's history, the jobs are being contested once being books Maria today says we owe back for more host trading is easily finger out who will get wont in the European Commission. Now, there are a number of competing interests in particular, when you look at the French and the German government, but the head of the European Council, Donald tusk is optimised that a compromise will be found having said that there is already speculation. But an emergency summit may be needed by the end of next week to break the deadlock in Brussels Maria today, Bloomberg daybreak Europe and jozy, Linda six-month firearms buyback has opened the government's already bound semi automatic weapons. Use in the Christ Church mosque terror attacks, which killed fifty one people in Mont one hundred and thirty six million dollars has been set aside for the huge logistical exercise and Finally President Putin holds annual direct line Cullin show with ordinary Russians today. Bloomberg's Antony helping says this comes amid simmering discontent,.
"leeann" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is razor fast. Leeann Redman, we just found out that the greatly unread bone has passed away at the age of sixty nine with Kapiti already has his obituary printed with, you know, all the pertinent information. He was a sip rate, American singer songwriter. Yes. Meaning, of course, that he hails from Cyprus. I've never heard anyone described that way, Cipriani. Yeah. Have, you know if you're from Cyprus anyway. Yeah. He is a singer songwriter, guitarist actor and voice specializing in jazz, blues and tin penalty classics. I have to add to that he was a fashion plate. He was affected. And I didn't realize until you said it how I was introduced to him, but I'm sure it was Saturday. First time I ever. Yes. And I don't remember he's saying, I think the all commercial and Mr. Belvedere theme. But I remember the Budweiser. Yeah, yeah. 'cause he appeared in that. I think we also have come formation. I mentioned a little while ago that some kids may know him from the movie elf there's a part of elf that's similar to all the Rankin bass specials in the Rankin. Bass specials though is had a snowman that was played by Berle is, so he's like the updated version of Burl Ives. He's Leon the snowman glass, right? Yeah. I do remember that. Yeah. He's very entertaining. He was just one of those guys who was always. I mean, if you were in on it was like you were in on the joke. Right if you very much. So I loved his work, the very, very sad news. Leeann Redman Pasco at the age of sixty nine. What did you tell me off the air? What we thought he was older than sixty nine because I started to he saying, like he was older than sixty nine forty years ago. Yeah. Allie sound made. You believe that even the look of him? I thought he was older than sixty nine absolutely. Yeah. He went out of his way to look older. You know. But I was every once in a while out of nowhere, he he's in the I've got this list of people in my head that we always say to myself, where Stephanie Coleman. Where's it Gene Hackman? You know, I've got those people that just constantly are in there and every now and then I go, I haven't heard anything about leeann red bone forever. I don't know what happened to him. Than than they die. But, you know Wendy that's point. So let's say we were watching him what forty years ago and Saturday night..
"leeann" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Payment leeann and basically he went out of his way in his decisions to say that he he didn't give a lot of wages very decisive to past presidents well you know it's an interesting thing sort of went when does the justice say we're going to follow the precedent and when does the justice say we're not gonna follow the price so so the same sex marriage case justice kennedy wrote that that overturned an earlier precedent right so he's willing to do that on the other hand justice kennedy joined a decision where i it it's regarding roe versus wade we're not we're not going to overturn the precedent so why in one case does he say we're not going to overturn it and another case he says we're going to overturn it's not always terribly clear and that leads people sometimes to say oh they don't want to overturn the precedents so the ones they like they're willing to overturn the president of the ones they don't like its political influence that would be something like that yeah i mean who knows what's what's going on but we we could easily summit up by saying it's politics so so professor of repertoire rapper how much weight do you put on all decisions in your mind what does the constitution if at all states about that how how much weight should the court look at prior decisions well that's a very difficult question i written some on that let me let me just before i tell you what i think some justices put a lot of weight on earlier decisions and some justices put would put less weight on on earlier decisions and there's a lot of arguments for for for for both sides let me just jump in by by saying so jeffrey toobin says roe versus wade will be overturned if we have a new gorsuch put on the court right even if that new gorsuch said you know what let's overturn roe versus wade they need five votes to do that one of those five votes would be chief justice roberts right and i do not believe the chief justice roberts would overturn roe versus wade he's the kind of guy who says i don't want to overturn that many precedents sometimes you willing to but my prediction is that she justice roberts says no we're not going to overturn roe versus because a lot of people think he's more he practices more minimalism an incremental ism okay and we gotta take a break but can can i can get you to hang with me because this is really exciting to me and interesting but we gotta take quick break in impatient building and bring you right back and we'll pick up where we left off with that be okay for a couple minutes sure okay hang on we're talking to mike rappaport professor at usd on some of the really important issues that we're talking about jeff isaac wanted bluejeans sitting in.
"leeann" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Good afternoon everyone and welcome to this week's episode of success of your nonprofit with mary with your call with your host mary cowfield hi mary robin leeann is good to to the on the call again yes look if for some more great information as always coming from you well our free sheet that i i know for the last couple of weeks we've been talking about hard to apply for your forever oneseat thread status we talked about win and where and how and they wanna talk about generating revenue for that i'm prophet so this is a critical issue also robin than okay all right well let's go right on into it i got my pencil out right well well i like to say that money is not the root of all evil can be used for good causes such as funding your five one three charitable organization so let's face it you need revenue to find your calls your purpose your passion how you plan to generate revenue for your cause is an important decision as a nonprofit especially a five a one c three nonprofit you have multiple options available to generate revenue first of all when i was a federal employee there was an annual cfc campaign it is called the federal campaign whereas a government employee i was able to make contributions via my payroll deductions to fund my favorite charity.
"leeann" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Good afternoon everyone and welcome to this week's episode of success of your nonprofit with mary with your call with your host mary cowfield hi mary robin leeann is good to to the on the call again yes look if for some more great information as always coming from you well our free sheet that i i know for the last couple of weeks we've been talking about hard to apply for your forever oneseat thread status we talked about win and where and how and they wanna talk about generating revenue for that i'm prophet so this is a critical issue also robin than okay all right well let's go right on into it i got my pencil out right well well i like to say that money is not the root of all evil can be used for good causes such as funding your five one three charitable organization so let's face it you need revenue to find your calls your purpose your passion how you plan to generate revenue for your cause is an important decision as a nonprofit especially a five a one c three nonprofit you have multiple options available to generate revenue first of all when i was a federal employee there was an annual cfc campaign it is called the federal campaign whereas a government employee i was able to make contributions via my payroll deductions to fund my favorite charity.
"leeann" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"If you're gonna get the mattress get the pill to i appreciate you guys listening to these reeds for advertising's obviously this keeps the podcast going and it is one of the reasons i focus so hard on it and i'm driving so hard on it and they've changed our lives these these companies that have integrated for him obviously is a company that i use mattress mattress laughable we use that app i do use spotify this one easily squarespace leeann talked to us about squarespace squarespace is awesome i gotta compliment actually this week from a listener who about our squarespace website and it was a website and liam went in and changed it on her own did it all by herself leeann is not technologically advanced now she created this website that literally changed our business changed our business top to bottom it increased our sales it increased my ticket sales increased everything because it was so easy to use it's easy to use because it's easy to put together that's right it's just easier across the board so everything works easy for that's all you want is someone not get confused it's just super intuitive yeah as a really intuitive site you can turn your cool is in into a website right now showcase your work your blog your blog your any content you wanna put out you can sell products and you can and your services all kind promote your physical or online business announce upcoming events special projects we.
"leeann" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown
"Well i mean i think there's something great about being self aware got you should that quality you do not find in most housewives before and announce white oh it was kyle yes i think that there's a lot of them that are more aware of the game than they are aware of themselves if that makes sense but there for the game like like leeann lock in like leeann or a kenya more like kenya more while i knows how it she's more is a pro she's she's an excellent but i don't think she always like understands herself and her own motivations but she understands how how to be a great character on television i think we can use a friend of mine and i like very much and i feel like can is very bright and i feel like kenya has been in entertainment for very long time she's very savvy and i like her very much yeah yeah i like her very much she's beautiful too i can't take my eyes off you don't she is like such a like from the moment she got on that she she's she's like i know how to play the game this is how it works and you know and she's a master shihan i ask both of your favorite housewife's are you how i would be my favorite house and yes vinci with the mic on the present company yeah i do have it's interesting you should say leeann locking because i spent an after noon with leeann tiffany in dallas we need every single detail of the story right now please thank your stuff i likely am very much do i leon has had a very hard time coming growing up and i really enjoyed my afternoon was she in tiffany i think they've been friends for a very long time for the show i don't watch dallas very much but i would you know put it on record that leeann is the foundation of that.