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Pastor John Amanchukwu Shares His Story

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:20 min | Last month

Pastor John Amanchukwu Shares His Story

"He has passed a John a Manchukuo. Welcome to America first one on one pastor John. Thank you so much Sebastian for having me. It was a delight to have you on my newsmax show just a couple of days ago. Now we have the luxury of a little bit more time here on America first, which you begin by sharing with those who are listing our 3 million listers plus all the people in the video feed, a little bit about your story, how you got to be where you are today. Just give us a little bio summary if you would. Well, I was born in Elizabeth city in North Carolina, moved to rallying up North Carolina at the age of 5, my mother packed up for children in a black and red thunderbolt Thunderbird with only a $100 to her name and we came and stayed in running with Carolina. We lived in a shelter for nearly a year. Progress through school here in Raleigh North Carolina went to North Carolina state university. I graduated from there and played football there, so go pack all of the NC state fans that is the only football team that matters. I got married in 2007, I have three children, a beautiful bride. I serve as a youth pastor at the upper room, church of God in Christ, and I've led a pro life group through love life at a local abortion community for the past four years.

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Prof. James Lindsay Describes the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:47 min | 2 months ago

Prof. James Lindsay Describes the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory

"This before, but I have to do it again for the record across all of the stations, the 300 stations we broadcast to the millions of listers and viewers because it really, to this day I find it shocking James that you really, and I did this in my second book. You can really map the thinkers of the new left. You can map the individuals who came up with these dastardly ideas. They have names. They have schools. They have institutions that they penetrated. So let's start with the basics. Who peopled the Frankfurt school and what did they believe in? So give us some of the big names and what they thought of western civilization. Okay, so the Frankfurt school for the listeners who don't know is that the institute for social research that was set up at guard to university in Frankfurt, Germany. That's why it's called the Frankfurt school. Its original name was the institute for Marxism, but its financiers like Felix veal thought that that was a little bit too on the nose. And so they changed the name to the institute for social research. The kind of big players at the time would have included in the formative years before it actually came together. And he went to prison. Antonio gramsci, the Italian Marxist who basically outlined the idea of the long march to the institutions as it later got named, but he was only kind of tangential. The other big names that have been Gustav von schmoller, for example, and George Lucas laying the architecture, working with max horkheimer, who became one of the most significant directors in the late 1920s through the 1940s, Theodor adorno, Herbert marcuse, these are major influential names and figures in 20th century Marxism. And their goal was to reinvent Marxism to take over the western context rather than peasant societies like Russia and China. Because and correct me if I'm getting this wrong, but people like gramsci and others saw this success of Marxist ideology in very backward third world nations very agrarian post feudalistic ones like China in 48 and saris thrasher in 17, but they saw an incapacity of Marx's amox marxian ideas to gain traction in well developed a first world nations with a strong judeo Christian basis. So their idea was, there isn't going to be a class consciousness suddenly erupting in a revolution, therefore we have to subvert existing institutions from the outside. Is

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Carrie Severino: Ketanji Brown Jackson Was the Most Radical Option

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Carrie Severino: Ketanji Brown Jackson Was the Most Radical Option

"You know as someone who's been involved in litigation if you're involved in business you're going to be involved in litigation It's just the way it is You can almost sadly predict the outcome of many but not all cases In federal courts by in many cases who appointed the judge Again not all I don't want to stigmatize every chair Some good judges out there have been appointed by both sides but this is happening more and more The polarization of the courts and I'm hearing this argument about replacing judge Breyer potentially with judge Jackson Oh it's not going to change the ideological bent to the court No no no no no no that's not accurate at all That's not accurate at all Judge Breyer yes tended to rule with the left wing of the court but once in a blue moon he would do the judicially a constitutionally sound thing not often but once in a while I have very little hope judge Jackson will do any of that So it will in fact change the bent to the court That's exactly right That's why these liberal dark money groups that we now know gave over a $1 billion to the president and other Democrats campaigned last year That's why they were running ads and billboards driving around D.C. trying to get Breyer off the court They know that they have no real use for them if they can get someone more radical on the court And he was probably the most moderate member of the liberal wing of the court and often trying to find a pragmatic solution rather than just going hair on fire rhetorically crazy like justice Sotomayor every once in a while gets into doing So this make a mistake This will be someone who is the most radical pick they could come up with They had a list of different short listers Everyone was talking about they chose the one that I think everyone agreed was the most liberal the most progressive of the options out there And she was the one who was being advocated and pushed by the most radical groups because they know it will shift the court And then it will also replace a justice in his 80s with the justice in her early 50s And this is going to be someone who I know there's so much going on right now that we understand how hard it is to focus on this but this is someone who will be on the court for maybe 30 or more

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Judicial Watch's Chris Farrell Describes His Intel Background

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:18 min | 4 months ago

Judicial Watch's Chris Farrell Describes His Intel Background

"Chris Farrell, welcome back to America first one on one. Great to be with you. Thanks very much. So we have the luxury of a little bit longer here, and we need to discuss this issue because as far as I'm concerned and I said this yesterday, this now makes Watergate irrelevant. What a gate is just a small comma in the history of American politics. This is a gargantuan scandal if this is demonstrating a court of law. For those who haven't heard you before on our show, some new listers we've got new stations. Would you be so kind as to give a brief bio? What you did in the U.S. Army and your specific Intel background Chris. So I was a commission as an army intelligence officer, many, many moons ago. And the good old days of the Cold War. I missed the Cold War. My life was a lot simpler. So I was commissioned as a military intelligence officer, my specialty was counterintelligence. I spent a lot of time doing counter espionage work. Let's stop there for a second. Sure. For those who aren't in the know, the difference between Intel and CI CI, your catching or misinforming the bad guys, right? So counterintelligence, the effort is to identify those foreign intelligence services, those hostile forces or powers trying to spy on the United States and detect them and then in some way disrupt them. And there's a few different ways of disrupting them. But you're trying to protect the United States, protect our secrets to protect our forces. And so in doing that, you can do counter espionage investigations. You could try to find the bad guys and bring them to trial. You can stop them also by just letting them know we know what you're doing. You can shut them down that way. Light them up. Ideally, the Holy Grail, and I'm very fortunate to have actually done this is to run an intelligence operation back against them so that they think that they have something that they don't. Give them give them bad goods. Or to actually recruit a foreign intelligence officer and to you can approach them and say, hey, look, everything we've given you for the last two, three years has been under our control and authority. We can make you a star. In your own service, or maybe that person has a particular need, maybe they've got a sick kid or maybe they are compromised in some other way and they need a way out and we can provide that

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Who Is Dr. Scott Atlas?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Who Is Dr. Scott Atlas?

"He is senior fellow in health policy at the Hoover institution and author, most recently of a fabulous fabulous book, a plague upon a house, my fight at the Trump White House to stop COVID from destroying America. Welcome, doctor Scott Atlas to America first. Oh, thanks for having me. I appreciate that. So we've been tried for the longest time to get you on the show, your buddy Victor Davis Hansen constantly said, yes, you gotta get him on, you gotta get him on. We're delighted to have you on. I've got a multi page multi page resume CV bio for you, so you clearly have the cres for those of our millions of listers who may not have watched you at those press conferences. Please if you would just start as we do with all of our one on one guess, give us a potted summary of who you are, your qualifications and what you are focused on as we speak. Sure. So I am a senior fellow in health policy at a policy institute at Stanford University called the Hoover institution. Where I research and work on healthcare policy solutions, I've been doing that for more than a decade full time before that I had about a 25 year history, a career in academic medicine as a professor in the school of medicine for the last 14 years before the ten years as a professor in chief of neuro radiology at Stanford University school of medicine. And I had a previous experience and the medical science that various top level medical centers in the U.S., including iterative mania, graduated from University of Chicago with my MD degree.

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Get to Know Former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 7 months ago

Get to Know Former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie

"For those who are not familiar with your service in the Trump administration, your background. In multiple uniform services, rising to under Secretary of Defense, tell our millions of listers and viewers across the nation a little bit about your background where you came from and how you got to do what you do. Well, it's a very simple. I am the son grandson, great grandson of combat soldiers. I spent my youth at fort sill fort Bragg, and also, as you know, at the royal school of artillery, in lark hill, England. My father was a senior officer in the 82nd airborne division when I was in high school. So my calling was to serve the nation in national defense. My military service has been modest compared to that of my ancestors, but I will say that a formative moment in my life was when the hostages were taken in Tehran. Two things. One, outside of fort Bragg on Bragg boulevard a place you know well, a massive billboard went up that said Iran let our people go. And I had to pass that billboard every day on the way to school and as I got older, I thought, that's what we had become. Under mister Carter, a mendicant, begging the theocratic fanatics and Tehran to let our soldiers and diplomats go. And then the second experience was in my neighborhood. The day the hostage rescue desert one collapsed. And the MPs closed off our neighborhood. They took the name signs off of our homes, and they surrounded colonel Charles beckwith's home. He was the commander on the ground. And president Carter came on that day. And said this was all my fault. I'm the one responsible. That's quite a contrast to what we had in Afghanistan a few months

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UK energy crisis: Government races to avert food shortages

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

UK energy crisis: Government races to avert food shortages

"The soaring cost of gas in the UK is creating a chain of events which is resulting in the closure of fertilizer factories and could potentially create massive supply problems in the food industry so we Davies with the national pig association says a lack of CO two is a big problem on farms we will be a couple of weeks away from being forced to cull perfectly healthy animals all farm and by the caucuses in the big picture farmer Richard Lister says a lack of CO two creates other problems if your business is losing money and you having to lay people off it's that you have when you last in bed on the night you can't sleep it's a crisis Andrew Opie with the British retail consortium says there's still a few days for the government to get it right and sort this out they're going to get all the dark side pocket valuable for everybody and they go to prioritize the suit production industry government ministers have met with the company producing most of the U. K. CO two supply I'm at Donahue

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"lister" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

07:09 min | 10 months ago

"lister" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I know they have do we though. I mean sometimes you the only way i can rap or you don't go you know what i mean i. I don't think so when you see who your friends are you know. We don't know what's going on with them very well and i will say like the p- the interesting because like the breakup that i witnessed happening which is like what always happens. But when when like couples break up who you've been like double dating with or you at least like look at from afar as they've got it figured out it's always it's good. It's a good lesson the nobody has figured out. If you really look at what they haven't who reich. Sam and you know if you with comics if i if i judge myself against a more successful comic i look at their fans like i can walk down the hall in the comedy store and you know i love bill burr. He's a friend of mine. Were different in the way we approach it and he was doing some main room shows and like i'll get chelsea him because he's huge and i have my audience and i do fine. Make a living. But there's these guys that are really huge. Bill burr more famous than you. Yeah yeah. I mean as comedy sells more tickets. Yeah so so. It's probably more famous. It's all trying their more famous than him if that makes any different wise appreciate yeah. Yeah but so. I walked down the hall and i look in the main room. Where he's running his our and i just look at the front row stage right know and i see dude. They're might. I don't want that dude. I got nothing for that. Yeah got nothing for them. Yeah and like. I would not have talked to him. I could be polite and maybe sort of like you know. Are you in line yet. But that's right that goes are you in line. That's the depth of the connection. Yeah so. I don't know if that's helpful but consider who you're jealous and you want their right. I mean yeah so you fill burs life. But there's a mother's dna like you know he's he's having some revelations office very nice. So when do you start doing things. Well i went to nyu. I graduated Acting which is where. I met my my ex husband who i will just say. We are still best friends and collaborators and we made this movie they made together and he's an you've made it. I made a number movies and that was really my start was that we started making movies. Together kevin more you sure know after after. Nyu entered into an open relationship right away two years into our relationship but we were young we met like twenty okay okay and so and then our first film was about our open relationship. It's called breaking upwards and We basically played versions of ourselves telling that story And then that like opened a lot of doors for us so then we went on to make like a number of other features together the band one well the band so darryl and i made three features narrative features together and then i went onto his name for the people. Daryl wein director extraordinaire said. Go on about you okay. Fine i went on to direct my first teacher because he directed all those films co wrote them and kobe them and in them and so band-aid was my direct. Royal debut which was with. Yeah holly arniston. And that was my like coming out. Party mandate as a director. And i hired a crew made up entirely women which was also really Cool and fun and that's the right thing to do. Yeah it was amazing because it it was. It was an amazing social experiment and artistic experiment. How how do how was it. Received it what it. What did it bring to you It was received very well. It premiered at sundance in competition. Which was really exciting. So i got. That was a bucket list thing to play the eagles theater sundance cool and And then yeah it opened. It opened a lot of doors. So then i went on to direct my second feature which was a remake of the craft. Which is that nine. yeah Yeah and you'd be why that day came to me and asked if i wanted to pitch on it and You know it's like feminist horror basically and I did want to pitch on it because it was like a pretty seminal like cult film in my coming of age So then i pitch on it. I got the gig. And i wrote it. Directed hidden went and made that it was you. You know how that do not as well. What do you think i'm wrong. I think band. I made entirely independently and And that was a studio picture. Which i think is always just a more difficult process. It's like there's a lot of cooks in the kitchen and And i and i think because i was like servicing legacy like of the craft which i like you know there are a lot of a lot of. It's so funny. Because like you know in the world of directors wanting to you know sort of carrying the burden of honoring the legacy. That one's kinda you know you never win. Yeah but it'd be like usually it's because i don't want you make something you know like the other. One was such a masterpiece right and but for the craft. I mean that was the thing there was room is really going to judge you right. Ashara fan it has the worst fully nerds in their lives. Did they come after you know. you know. i think. Listen this as a screenwriter. No that was. That was my only brag. That that's what i call myself a screenwriter. I feel like the third act is just. It's so fucking hard to get right. And i think that that's where the movie struggled was its third act and and i'm incredibly proud of it like i. I still think it's a really special movie But yeah like. I don't know any director who's ever like happy with like entirely happy with their film. Because it's always just being ripped from you in the edit like and this one was particularly wild like i. I was told that it was coming out like a month before it. It came out. So i had to finish it really fucking quickly because they wanted to get it out for halloween during the pandemic But they'll what's good is something like that. I would imagine like doesn't really stick to you. Yeah and then. I think it was helpful. That i went and made i think i think like it was great because i got to make like a studio movie and as a woman that's also like not a thing that happened. We'll make more. Yeah so that was really cool. Think i hope so. Yeah do you. Because i know lynn liked you. Know her experience with Student movies was sort of. Like i'm never doing some money together..

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"lister" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

07:14 min | 10 months ago

"lister" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"When i watch richard lewis. I'm still right. I mean i love him and but and i know it's an act to a degree though he does He is in the moment. But it's sort of like nothing's resolved but have you resolved anything a few things. Yeah i in toy spin out over a mole thing. It's like it's never it's never resolved. It's just an endless cycle of panic but yet but i'm older dread no big deal. I mean i find that like. I'm not a depressive. Do not know. Oh wow you yeah. Of course. Come on for real. Yeah that surprises. You know it doesn't surprise me. i just i questioned. I questioned too easy. It's like a humble brag. Yes you're listening to the lady with a problem. So interesting massage didn't work but you're gonna polarity. I think the polarity one's gonna fix it. Yeah everything yeah you're gonna you're gonna walk and walk out of their protestant. She's going to rub that right out of me. Yeah yeah go worked at all cried a little bit not even hungry No because i found. I find that dread anxiety right yeah panic when taken to its logical Highest pitch just becomes something like depression you i. There's an overwhelming that happened. Yes and then you get shut down right so but i think that's anxiety depression so you think i've i've been misdiagnosed. Let's call who's the doctor. Yeah no well. I think i have. I have a com- like a combo platter of like anxiety. Overwhelm and depression. There's also despair and despair. Despair can come from anxiety. Because you're like well it's all wrong. Yeah but despair is reasonable share until world without to spare yourselves right or religious right or or spiritual which has its own problems. But i think despairs is rational and you just have to manage it. Yeah it's just if you can like i struggled in quarantine has so many people did but like climbing climbing out of the muck spare. Well yeah but it was like but at a certain point you made a movie during it. Which i thought was a good movie. That's why i'm talking. I wouldn't talk to you. I think i would be like who is that you know. Yeah so you grew up with this like you know with the with the video with the editing editing. Yeah she got sister. No brother no well. I have two half sisters who are in canada. But i was raised as an only child in new york. So they're my dad's previous marriage. Oh he's canadian to know but he he is he left. He left the states because he was in the army and then he got called to vietnam and he went to canada draft dodger. No he was a deserter because he was in the better deserter so he actually he had a crazy stages his wife yes but he wanted to be an artist so he like asked to be stationed in new york because he thought that he could be an artist. Wall being in the military california And then he His job was to go like knock on people's doors and tell them that their husbands or brothers or sons were dead so his. It was brutal brutal. Yeah and so. I mean it saved his life but he had a pretty traumatic experience in the army. He's sitting he stay. He's sitting at a army building. Your base in the city. And they're sort of like here's the list today and then he'd have to go all over new york knocking on the doors and he'd got punched in the face. Got guns drawn on them. He got to accept. Yeah yeah and he's an orphan. So i mean talk about like an orphan. Yeah like his. Both his parents died by the time he was fourteen so like then also be delivering that news to people. It's just a wild sort of im- white trimmed grief. So it wasn't combat. He was running from. It was the daily on onslaught of death announcements. Well no he ran from the combat because then he got called to go to vietnam. How long did he stay in canada. He stayed there for came back to york. Like seventy seven or seventy eight. So when is your mom. Come into the picture. They met in vancouver in syria. Yeah and She came into the picture. I had the other two kids. Yeah so he had yeah and then she moved to new york and he moved with her and is he still underground so we do have to vet this. No he's not underground he'd been as you've been Vindicated or what's a word or via pro. Well so carter pardoned all the draft dodgers But he didn't pardon. The deserters and mom likes to believe that it was her she wrote a letter and was like. You're going to the people who didn't even serve part in the people who served and then he did. I don't think it was my mom's letter did it. But we can sure let's say that was and is that Is captured on video. Art piece not never made a story about his he wrote screenplay about it. That i think got option in the seventies but then nothing ever came of it. Sounds like a good seventies movie. Yeah like he just walks around telling people their family members are dead and then He he just it. The end is just him. You know getting off the plane in canada. Yeah and then. that's it. Yeah yeah it. Rights itself in nineteen seventy two. Yeah yeah that would. That would have been a studio movie in ninety two. Yeah but yet so then they met and so he's like conceptual photographer so he did. A lot of like photo grams and shit. You know what that is. Maybe it's like like projecting light through lenses onto photographic paper rather than like snap and shoot projecting. Right i get it so wake abstract. Yeah oh okay. So it's not it's not like I get it so it's not. It's just sort of an extension of white when you kind of like put a comb and a an pliers and and some other thing that's a piece of photographic paper and then you exposed for a second and then you develop in your look a man ray excite so. It's different than that similar technique. Yeah color he did. He used some colored paper he also..

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"lister" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

05:39 min | 10 months ago

"lister" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Because i also i would like to throw her name into the mix of just like i watched feel-good more recently but like i may destroy. You changed my life. And what what she does. is truly like earth shattering truly terms of inspiration. A i was so in awe of it and triggered by it that i had to put it away for a minute. Yeah i actually had to do some work to be able to sit with it. Yeah and i thought this is a revolution one hundred percent and i hope she wins all the awards. All of you should win all of the award. Some we can make her some like boy. I'm sure your class and just be like. Hey this is just the thing we felt the need to make for you so you can have more things on your show. Yeah all of the awards that you totally. I'm curious she wants women please. Here's here's our garbage drove in our project. it wasn't actually a six year old child way. No yeah that was. It was a revolution I still think about it almost daily like it was what made to did to like wait. That's rape you know or over. That's that's what consent means. You know like what she did with that was just and again in terms of tone the way that she navigated comedy with him. That conversation was like. Oh my god you know raised politics and you know all of it. Just yeah yep so. We're the main michaela fan club meeting. Everyone of home hope. Hope you're ready. Okay so i feel like based on what we were. Just saying about meditating. I might know the answer to this question but it is my favorite thing to ask everyone who comes on the show. So i'm gonna ask you anyway. What in your life feels like a work in progress right now. Oh how much time we have everything man everything I would say the biggest thing..

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"lister" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

02:29 min | 10 months ago

"lister" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Is there someone or something. That's currently inspiring. You do well. They were on your podcast but may martin it just it. It hit me in so many places. I feel i told may i said i. I literally feel like you opened my head and routed around through all the boxes in my brain that i have ever. Let's see the light of day. What it how have you represented. What sort of awkward strangeness the strangeness of the human experience. Not sure where you go. Yeah they're just the greatest the greatest unlike obviously as a writer performer direct. Like all the things that may does. But also i think the way that feel good like navigates tone is something that i'm always so inspired by because my favorite pieces of art are ones that can go really deep and dark and then in a moment's notice be broad and mike jake like a wild swing at comedy and i think that that does that so well and and i just felt so moved and so transformed at the end of each of those seasons of that have i felt really moved and really seen. Yeah weird late when you feel recognized by something. That has nothing to do with you i. That's really the power of of really good art. And what i'm realizing is that really. The the point of having this whole conversation today is to establish the three of us need to make movie. I mean obviously can we do it. Please thousand percent we all work on zoom everyday anyway. We could write a movie on them. Oh hell yeah okay. Great okay great. Oh i'm ecstatic specific goal. That's been set. And i love it and and a goal that also speaking to the purity of our impulses all at the same time i love it. When you think it's really easy. I think for folks like us creative people. Whether they're filmmakers writers are or even just curious people to look forward to set goals. Do you have the capacity or or the practice of looking back and.

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"lister" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

04:20 min | 10 months ago

"lister" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"In that. And so i think that was a really good lesson for us all on that film and i think because that film was small and independent i was able to make that decision and then going on to work in the studio system it becomes much more complicated because when you want to hire a crew that is made up entirely of women. There are a lot of legal implications to that in the studio system that they don't wanna fuck with because they're becomes questions around discrimination. Which is like you know l. o. l. but like look we got one home and we're certainly and we're the problem. Okay exactly but i think there are now a lot more databases and infrastructure some more infrastructure around diversity and inclusion when it comes to cruise especially But it takes work. And i talked to a lot of people in trying to share like. There's this cool. group Forest co that sort of highlights by crew members and there are an unknown number of other groups that are doing that to help create an easier sort of platform at access point for an answer to the response of But i couldn't find any you know Because it's like well it's actually quite easy. You just take the time to shift out of the people that have been part of your circle for so long but But we have such a long way to go. You know and so. I think like you said there's a lot of talking the talk and much less walking the walk but i i think definitely since banded was made. There's been a lot more walking the walk at east. I think these things take a lot of time. Sadly big big shifts do move at our pace and certainly in advocacy and activist spaces. I've had to learn to breathe and look at the year rather than the week. Yeah yeah totally got. It's hard and and i. I guess i wonder you know to your point..

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"lister" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

04:55 min | 10 months ago

"lister" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Even though i was like the Artistic director of our sketch comedy like grew than i had perfect attendance. And i wrote all these things and he was what i found out later. He he would sort of choose a girl. Every year that he would do this to that he would Basically writer really abusive End of year review. And then try to fail. Yeah it was an interesting. It was interesting. I was finding my voice and also coming up against a man authority figure and a founding company member there who really wanted to take my voice away and to show me that he said things in that review that were like You'll never work in this industry in like really damaging things to a young person and i ended up taking it. I also never told the story publicly. But i ended ended up taking it to the dean because i was on a merit scholarships so i might grades. I had all a.'s. So it was like for this person to come and also threatened that for me based on nothing logical. I went and You know made him change my grade but it was really interesting and traumatic experience in which. I saw a glimpse of what might be to come. You know as a woman storyteller. And i've never experienced anything as abusive since. Thank thank god but i think that only drove me to prove him wrong and to say no i i will write a screenplay. I won't let you diminish what i'm trying to explore here and then sadly the next era of female student came to me is that it's happening to me. Did the school ever do anything about it. No makes me so angry. Yeah especially when everyone knows clear ammo. I'm consistently shocked by that. I worked for someone once who upon first meeting. I just thought so excited. I'm so lucky. This is going to great and i was actually pulled. Aside as the project got underway By someone on the crew an older woman. I'm on say what department in case for whatever ever makes it back to the person who i'm talking about his name i also won't say and she just she said i gotta warn you. He breaks women and and she started regaling me with these tales of women. Who'd worked for him before and literally pulled up photos you know. Everything's on the phone and and like google them by year and you watch these women. I mean physically wasting away coming so anorexic. And i was like oh this feels like a lot and you've worked with for song and she said yep and like runs a great crew good boss but when you are the woman. You're the one he'll break. And i was like man..

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"lister" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

04:37 min | 10 months ago

"lister" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"I think i thought i was going to be invisible. And instead it made me hyper visible. You know it's really interesting and you don't know the ways that you'll be visible until you experience it. Yeah i i think about it kind of the same lens of any public notoriety. It can be quite traumatic and people will say well you signed up for it and you can't sign up for something you don't know. Yeah you know. And i i find that really interesting that in a way to give yourself both freedom and some protection you were inadvertently also made a target. Yeah yeah totally. And it was such a confusing moment. 'cause i think yeah. I just started this new school and so it. It's also you're already paid like in seventh grade when everyone was so cruel. But i had put this like total other. Target on and yeah. I think it's interesting. I mean in the last year. Obviously we've all had so much more time to like self reflect and to in many ways being conversation with our inner children. Which is you know what this new movie is about. But yeah that time. My life has come up a lot for me in the last year because i think it was that in invisibility visibility. Ven diagram is still one. That i i struggle with a lot and there's there is something so interesting about the strange ways in which as women were often put in these spaces that aren't of our own choosing figuring out how to have a semblance of control or steak your identity. Yeah there is so much tied to hair. Yeah and it's really interesting. I've been talking about it the the gals that i did my first show with an i have talked a lot about our experiences at twenty one with older men telling us what we couldn't couldn't do with our hair at work felt so strange and and i think I'll never forget. I read something her however everybody you know feels about her. It's like i'm always scared to name. I don't know why people go so crazy. I read something really. Poignant that gwyneth paltrow set other died. And i i remember reading the article about how close they were shocked about how she had long long hair for forever and that the grieving process when her dad died was so brutal for her and she realized it cut her.

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"lister" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

Sandy K Nutrition

02:56 min | 11 months ago

"lister" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

"Health and lifestyle. Clean today with me. I have a very special guest. She is amazing. I started reading her books a couple of months ago and i was very excited to have her here. She is crowned the defender of female awesomeness by cooler magazine. Lisa lister offer support safe-space guidance cyclic. Mattox and counsel to women who are exploring navigating and wanted to heal their relationship with their body power sex creativity pleasure and passion during these interesting times so i would like to welcome lisa. Lister to my podcast. Hi lisa me. I am so excited to have you here and i love to interview authors. When i get into their books often i dislike to dig a little deeper. And so i actually read two of three of your books and you have a fourth one coming out in the fall in september which i have preordered and so. I'm just so excited to have you here. So i'm gonna start with your story talk to us about you. How how okay we. I know a little bit about you. Obviously but tell our audience who you are. What's your background must story. I guess a made up of many stories. Some true some no mice and they will part of what makes me who i am and i guess those titus story about the woman the i am I'd say i'm one who dons it. Dance at the edges. So i thought my outages At the end. Like i am at my most happiest went on at the edges of where the land meets the sea mostly and many of the edges of where most things may. Because that's where the magic. The medicine is my essentially. So that's that's my interest is kind of being at the edges recognizing what magic and medicine can be made that i think in terms of like i got just one story i tell i. Tell the story of how go into the work. Which and the work The exploration of what is to be a woman of what it used to be a woman with a whim. What is to be a woman with a wound when you told that that womb is number. The women's surfaced that you want children that you weren't able to.

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"lister" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:02 min | 11 months ago

"lister" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

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Lesbian Love and Coded Diaries: The Remarkable Story of Anne Lister

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:03 min | 11 months ago

Lesbian Love and Coded Diaries: The Remarkable Story of Anne Lister

"Seventeen. Ninety one in halifax england. Her family was part of the minor gentry and parents believed and should be formerly educated. An unusual thing for women at the time so an was sent to boarding school and was both intelligent and rebellious. While at school and began keeping a diary it was a habit. She would maintain for the rest of her life at school. She also had her first sexual experience with another female student named elisa rain when writing about their relationship and began using code to ensure hurt lesbianism would remain a secret even in the pages of her journal though she started with a simple code to censor explicitly. Romantic actions and cypher would soon evolve to use zodiac symbols random letters and calligraphy to shroud her entries in secrecy from a young age and refused to dress or act. According to society's rules for girls like her account say she wore so called masculine clothes and she engaged in activities usually reserved for men including traveling and managing her own estate. in nineteenth century. Britain homosexual acts were illegal sexual relationships between women were seemingly not part of the conversation and were not called out in the legislation. Barring men from sexual acts with other men it was common for unmarried. Wealthy white women like ann to be close with other women. These relationships were called romantic friendships. And were even encouraged as a way for young women to prevent premarital scandal with men as long as they weren't explicitly sexual and relationships with women were considered perfectly normal but according to her diaries and wasn't exactly secretive about her intentions with these women ends diaries into picture of tumultuous love life. After

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"lister" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"lister" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Lasted in secret for another eleven years before marianna called it off while and was increasingly confident in her sexuality and had the privilege to act on her identity as she wanted though secretly she became the subject of gossip in high society. She was also the subject chatter due to her impressive business. Acumen eighteen twenty six and inherited her family. Home shipton hall. She reinvigorated the state's finances by doubling down in the coal industry business by local men and increasingly important during the industrial revolution even with her shrewd business decisions.

'Friends' Reunion Reveals First Teaser Trailer, Guest Stars and Release Date

Z Morning Zoo

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

'Friends' Reunion Reveals First Teaser Trailer, Guest Stars and Release Date

"Found out what we know about the friends. Rina special Here's got a trailer yesterday. That was kind of like the first real trailer for it Seems like we've been waiting 18 years. For this thing that happened. It's finally hitting HBO Max on the 27th of this month, so that's two weeks from yesterday. In addition to the main cast, the show is loaded with guest stars, including Justin Beaver Lady Gaga. BTS and other A listers that are stopping by for appear in the show include Reese Witherspoon, Tom Selleck, Elliott Gould, Christina Pickles, She played up Monica and Ross is Mom and Dad. Cindy Crawford. James Corden Kit Harington, Mindy Kalen Walls to be a part of it, and so will Maggie Wheeler. Who is Maggie Wheeler, this lady? Yeah, Jess from the original of human friends fan, you know exactly who that is. And

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Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Vote on Reforms

All Things Considered

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Hollywood Foreign Press Association to Vote on Reforms

"Thursday. The association that awards the Golden Globes is set to vote on reforms after more than 100, heavy hitting Hollywood publicist threatened to stop doing business with the group. Reforms would fundamentally change the way the Hollywood Foreign Press Association does business. It's a big question whether that's going to happen, and there's a lot of people waiting to see. It's not just the publicists and time's up in these advocacy groups. But NBC, which broadcasts The show and Dick Clark Productions, which produces the show that Stacy Permit a staff writer at the L. A times who detailed years of unethical and possibly illegal conduct in an investigation of the H F P A She spoke with us earlier today, and I asked her about some of the conduct in question. They ran the gamut from issues of sexism and racism and homophobia to that I convention is one publicist said that They had an actor, amateur actor and one of the members asked them. Do you still have sex at your age on brother situation and actor came out and they asked him if he was going to be filing for bankruptcy again. I mean, these are questions that are inappropriate in any form and certainly have nothing to do with the project that they're there to talk about him promote, but more important, and perhaps more more damaging. They described that the age of P a would snub clients. Those clients, particularly if they were people of color if the projects they represented were led by people of color or non a listers. So why is this this so significant? So first of all, in order to get a nomination, a Golden Globe nomination. You need to get in front of the H F P A. And that means one of their sanctions, screenings and press conferences. So if you're not going to get their attention, you're not going to get a nomination. And a nomination. It's become a huge marketing tool in the industry, which translates to attention for the projects that it translates to box office, which means money talent themselves. You know, with the nomination or wind on her hand, can use that you know when they're leveraging their next deal, so it's part of the Hollywood eco system.

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"lister" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"lister" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lister Square. This is 110 year old Amy Hawkins. She is the oldest woman in Wales and her great grandson was visiting her when they were celebrating the fact that she became the oldest woman in Wales, and she apparently loves to sing. She loves to dance. She's very active. And so her great grandson filmed her on his phone and put that rendition of a long way to Tipperary on Tic Tac, and now it's one of the more popular trending musical performances on Tick tick. I love this story for a bunch of reasons. One My friends and family are often telling me I at age 44 him too old to be on Tic Tac. And now here is a person who is more than twice my age. But I feel like gives me a lot of clearance, which I appreciate. Apparently, she is a total ham. She is now obsessed with her tic tac views. Her, her granddaughter said. She's like a clock. Once you wind her up, she won't stop. She just keeps asking. Would you like another one? As it would you like me to record a song for Tic tac? She was so she was a performer when she was like, seven. And it was World War One. And this song Long way to Tipperary was kind of like it was a marching song, British Army and she was a little sort of, you know, stage performer as a kid, and she loved it, but her mother thought it was a bit undignified. And so she told her that her her singing career was over. And now Lake 103 years later, she's blowing up. So I guess the lesson learned is it's never too old to get that online clout and that is the best news we heard all week. You're listening to the live wire House party from P R X right. Valentine's Day is this weekend s So we are going to be sort of talking about love on the show, Which is something our first guest has really become an expert on Naomi ECP arrogant co host the popular podcast couples therapy with her actual fiance, Andy. You basically have real couples Come on stage, you know in the normal times is in front of a crowd in L. A. They always also an actor and a comedian. She's got her own comedy Central half hour special. In fact, we're gonna hear some of her stand up right now. Take a.

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Predictions of Email Marketing 2021

The Email Marketing Show

07:32 min | 1 year ago

Predictions of Email Marketing 2021

"What do we think is really going to be important in the coming year because even a marketing does change the priorities. The world's changes of course. What do you. What do you mean what's one of your big things that you're thinking. Twenty twenty one. The focus on what i think sending emails is probably going to be a really big thing. If we start sending emails rather than just thinking about us going to hell. No so i think one of the really big things that we talk about all of the time is engagement is is working on engagement of your email lists we all collectively trying to get away from this idea of emailing bombarding emails until they buy unsubscribe. Just build a massive mess and beat them over the head with emails. So that you. If you've got this one hundred thousand people three percent of them open your email. She might go. What still quite a lot of people. That's three thousand people might not everyday but actions. You know what that's really expense. It's hard to manage. It's not doing your marketing and good to instead. We need to focus on actually having really small list. The actively works in fact. I'm going to go as far as to say this. I recently had an email marketing platform. That was painful with rooms twenty thousand subscribers and one of my businesses and i was paying and the reason being it was like a negative price so i signed a ten years ago and so i had the place in ten years ago. Not the place today. And as a result of that. I was like clinging onto it can also be used that one day actually recently i just got rid of it and i said you know i'm not interested. I mean a different platform. Because i don't want to have a list of twenty thousand people necessarily anymore because you can do a lot more damage with a lot smaller list and be more profitable if you're willing to manage the engagement of those people into the woods. If you're willing to chop off the whole roster people who are not paying attention anymore and that's probably not gonna buy anything anymore. You can make the same amount of money. It's much smaller segment of your list. Actually if you ignore the vanity metrics of how big your walter of a-listers and instead focus on how much money you actually take thus a much better place to be right and we're talking about law you pay the bills. You can't grow a business you concrete freedom or achieve any of your goals with a big old list of of email subscribers i. It doesn't matter how big a list you wielding it. It really doesn't matter it's all. About what value are you getting from that list as a business right. Or if you're if you're if you're a non nonprofit for example who have a couple of of those guys listening. It's about the the number of people who who's having an impact on and if you're not getting any engagement not having an impact on them. Let's be honest right if people are not engaging and what would mean here is people are not actually opening in reading clicking replying to forwarding. Actually get involved in your emails just seeing your name and delete in a worse. It's not even open it. Don't even bother deleting it and your inbox engaging not literally serves. Nobody in terms of them themselves the person who subscribed they are in volley from your emails. Because they're not reading them. Say knock involved from you. Secondly you're not able to get any value from because you're not only meals that you can't make sales office to them and third and this is the most terrifying bought of at all is all of the people who do receive in from you that ability to receive from you is negatively impacted by the people who are not opening your emails you damaging reputation with the email platforms so some of the people who do want to receive m e mails from you. Who do see value in you who you can get volley from on seeing emails. So no one's even so. I think we need to have a massive focus on engagement. Now will comes down to making sure that every single email you send you ask directly for some kind of engagement. Whether it's click a link reply this thing go check this out forwarded whatever. It's going to be just to make sure that you're getting engage with the museum. So this is definitely as the as the spam world tightens up even further because everything on the internet. Don't you know so renita. Remember that all these algorithms gonna get smarter. So engagement is going to be massive for me. I think the next thing is going to be about giving people a reason to actually open your emails. What i mean by that is if all you email and look people are guilty of this. I know we can look back at my my older my previous self and see that. I used to only email people when i had a new offer. Hey here's a new. Or i was leading up to an offer giving some value in advance of framing the offer. Lots of people only email. Hey here's the next thing. I've got the next part service. The next thing the problem with that is if i receive an email if you receive an email right now from somebody and you know the only thing they email you about is other products the only reason to ever open the email is to see what they've got on sale right now or to see if if a discount on the thing you'd be careful but if you're not in zone now if you're not in a place while you're looking to buy something from the category of stuff that person sells then you've got no reason to all to open that person's emails whereas to actually give people a reason to open their emails which is not there might be a discount code or they might be a thing they want to buy. If it's actually there is value in the email themselves that they can they can enjoy that volume in get value fraum. Then there's a reason to open that email regardless of whether anita have my credit card honda not right absolutely. I think i really wanted to allow businesses idea that at the minute we think of emails is being a bit like a lot of people know a lot of people think of email is being a bit like knowing somebody comes around the doors and puts a catalog three blocks. You only look up by. If you're interested in the idea of all the i might wanna buy some new took boxes or something like a new dust or i might wanna see what gadget economic my kitchen and never used for the rest of us like the rest of the time just threw away. Just don't use it. don't even look at it emails. Become thing the to even even the big supermarkets have realized this is the case in the uk. If you go to marks and spencers right at overhaul of christmas look christmas right. They had all of that stuff inside on the lead up to christmas of. Here's the beautiful turkey you can get. And he has all this stuff but what they switched on the fact that people won't read them if there's no value enough it's a free magazine is a free calog. So what do they do. They put in beautiful turkey recipes. That had -ality the do at tesco that do it everywhere. They give you great recipes. Here's some great christmas soups and all this stuff. So there's a reason pick catalog up. Because the reason we still got two or three of them lying around in the kitchen even now because we know that some great recipes nuts and nothing so that's value in the off they are catalogs which are selling products directly. So we've gone gauge. When we think value is the second one interesting in that example you just gave just about that. O obviously the articles and the stuff that you're getting recipes is stuff that you can do with the stock you're gonna go and buy from that shop so like it's not like defeating the purpose it's not like here's the perfect ten list to go camping next week when you doing anything related accompanying it's mitchely a lotta stuff that is valuable in its own right. But it's congress when he makes sense that you're gonna be able to get results from the study you can then go and blocks from that shop and by the way kennedy. I have to say about jerry makes a lot more sense now. Marks and spencer.

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‘Sex and the City’ Stars to Make More Than $1 Million Per Episode for HBO Max Revival

Mojo In The Morning

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

‘Sex and the City’ Stars to Make More Than $1 Million Per Episode for HBO Max Revival

"Stars of the upcoming sex in the city revival at hbo. Max scherzer cynthia. Nixon and kristin davis are all set to bank deep breath a million dollars per episode further ten episode series episodes. All three are set to star in the show as well as serve as executive producer. So kind of crazy and if you miss me saying this yesterday. Production is set to begin in late spring new york city and that mill per episode. Is it really that crazy right now. Considering a listers like nicole kidman and jeff bridges and reese witherspoon and carrie washington. They all get similar paychecks. Their rules in major projects on platforms like netflix and hulu and amazon

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Leann Rimes Wins ‘The Masked Singer’

Z Morning Zoo

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Leann Rimes Wins ‘The Masked Singer’

"The mask singer. They start off the season with the premiere episode about having an A Lister. You know somebody like Little Wayne. You're like, whoa! They really do this year got some big stars and then in the middle of the season, it's like the D and D list celebrities that you don't care about on then, at the end of the Valley, they bring out a couple more big names, which they did last time for the finale. So the crocodile ended up being Nick Carter. The mushroom was shallow black, which I think a lot of people already knew because he's very recognized. The voice. But the winner this season was the sun. This lady always stallion know something, Mr. Your wife. Okay? I don't know. The legendary but Grammy Award winner in the end rhymes was the legendary. Let's be fair, right? I mean her career. Yeah, That's what I'm saying. Like I feel like if if they would have been like no respect, Hello, Black who's not legendary everyone, but LeAnn Rimes. She, she said hits for a few hits a couple decades now. So she was the winner and she was the sun last night on the Mask Singer if you missed it. TV lineup for tonight.

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Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt Are Reuniting for a Fast Times at Ridgemont High Table Read

Steve Cochran

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt Are Reuniting for a Fast Times at Ridgemont High Table Read

"Jennifer Aniston and bread Pitt Reuniting after some delays. The fast times at Ridgemont High Virtual star studded table read is back on. It will take place this week on Thursday, a big charity event. Officially called Dane Cook presents feeling alive. Initially they had some technical difficulties, but now they have it together and it's going to feature Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Matthew McConaughey, Sean Pan, Morgan Freeman, Jimmy Kimmel. John legend Ray Liotta. The twist is that even with some of the 1982 films original stars present no one knows which iconic role will go to which a Lister In this fast times at Ridgemont High Table, read an hour long event. Highlighting beloved scenes from that cult classic film, and it will support core community organized relief effort and reform Alliance in the fight against Cove. It 19 that will take place Thursday night at eight o'clock, Chicago time. Encores! Official Facebook and Tik Tak pages. Corsi. Oh, Our

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Natalie Portman among A-listers bringing pro women's soccer team to Los Angeles

TIME's Top Stories

04:49 min | 2 years ago

Natalie Portman among A-listers bringing pro women's soccer team to Los Angeles

"Natalie Portman among those launching women's soccer team in Los Angeles to highlight heroes that are women by an m peterson of the associated, press. Actress Natalie Portman and venture capitalist. Karen, Nordmann lead a group that will bring an expansion national women's Soccer League team to the Los Angeles area in twenty, twenty two. The team tentatively named Angel. City will bring the League to eleven teams. Louisville AFC will join the nine current. NWS L. Clubs next season. Portman. Nordmann are joined by gaming. Entrepreneur Julie Erman. The consortium President in the majority female group others involved include actors, evil Longoria. America Ferrara, Jennifer Garner and Ouzo a Deuba. Tech Entrepreneur and Reddit Co founder Alexis Oh Hainian the husband of tennis star. Serena, Williams is the lead investor through his firm initialized capital. Portman Nordmann and urban all have a financial stake in the team. I think it's so important to have role models and heroes that are women for kids both boys and girls to see, and it's just such an incredible sport in that it really is a team Sport Portman, said in an interview with the Associated Press. You see one woman success, and all the others are cheering her on because one woman success is the whole team's success among the founding group are more than a dozen former players, including mia a ham, Abby Wambach and Julie Foudy. Other female business leaders. Portman said she heard Wambach. A former US national team. Forward speak at a time is up event and started thinking about how female athletes are regarded in society. Then she and Nordmann met Becca Rue, the executive director of the US Women's National Team Players Association. We started going to games, and we just got so into it, and it was just kind of a revolution to see my son and. And his friends, these little eight year, old boys at the time wanting to wear their REPEA-, no jerseys and Alex Morgan Jerseys I was like. Wow, this would be a different world. It wasn't unusual to them at all. Portman said there were hints that the group was coming together last year when Portman Gardner Longoria and other celebrities went to a national team exhibition game at L. AFC stadium before the World Cup. The women also reached out to a local supporters group that has been campaigning to bring a team to Los Angeles. The plan is to bring on additional investors as the team takes shape. We knew that there would be a strong and passionate supporters group here to support this and from there it was about. How do we do this in the right way? How do we do this differently Urman said? The group is partnering with the La Eighty Four Foundation. A nonprofit formed after the nineteen eighty four Los Angeles Olympics that promotes youth sports. Angel City also announced its formal support of the foundations play the fund aimed at helping kids in minority and underserved communities. We believe these players need to be playing on one of the best stages in the world, but we also know that we have the power and the platform and the voice to make a meaningful impact in our community. Erm, said, and so it's important for us to do that from day one in the same way that we are building to put eleven incredible players on the field from day one. The NWS cell, which began play in twenty, thirteen was the first professional team sport to return to action in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic with the challenge. Cup, tournament, in Utah, the semifinals are set for Wednesday. The official name of the Los Angeles Club and where it will play are expected to be announced later this year. The growth trajectory of the NWS L. is incredibly exciting, but we also need to be strategic and thoughtful about how fast we expand and the communities. We partner with and W ESL, commissioner. Lisa Baird said in a statement Tuesday. We've long sought the right partner in L. A. Considering the NWS L. Fan base that already exists in the region and the massive interest in women's soccer in general.

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Who Killed the President

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:11 min | 2 years ago

Who Killed the President

"Today. We take a look back in history couple hundred years and asked the question who killed the president. It wasn't the bullet July. Second eighteen eighty one chaim say Garfield arrived at the Baltimore and Potomac train station for a much-needed holiday. Just four months had passed since the former union general in Ohio. Congressman had been sworn in as the nation's. Nation's twentieth president as Garfield Carriage pulled up outside the Baltimore and Potomac Charles Gucci Paste the waiting room inside ready to fulfil what he believed was a mission from God at around nine twenty am. Garfield entered the station. Longside Secretary Blaine, who had offered to escort him to his train, as strode through the waiting room Gutierrez, snuck up behind them drew his pistol. He fired two shots at the. The should from point blank range. The first bullet only grazed Garfield right arm. The second struck Garfield in the lower back, and knocked him to the floor. He was immediately carried to the train and laid on the floor. They're bleeding profusely from his back wound within minutes, ten different doctors had arrived to examine him an try. Locate the second bullet though no one knew at the time, the slug. Slug had missed the president's arteries and vital organs and embedded itself near his pancreas time it was very survivable injury, but the army of well-meaning physicians only worsened the damage by using their unsterilized fingers and wants to probe the wound, introducing germs, and potentially causing an infection Thomas Lister a name. You might recognize from listerine. A big promoter of the danger of germs protested, but the doctors would have. Have none of it after an hour of excruciating prodding, the president was carried for the train station to the bedroom at the White House. Is Doctors feared? He would not survive the night. Forty nine year old president had rallied the first few days after the shooting, but his condition worsened after Dr d Willard Bliss administered heavy doses of Quinine Morphine and alcohol, which brought on doubts vomiting that left. Left him, weak and emaciated bliss also conducted repeated medical probes in a futile attempts to locate the second bullet. In August, he even enlisted the help of telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell who used a crude metal detector, called an induction balance to search for the slug, the machine at work perfectly in test, but the screening failed due to interference from the springs and the president's bed to make matters. Matters worse bell was only permitted to search the right side of Garfield, body, where bliss, incorrectly believed the bullet was lodged by September a massive infection, most likely caused by medical treatment have left Garfield with persistent fever and obsesses over entire body. He was taken to a cottage on Jersey. Shore in the hope that the cool sea air would revive him, but died in the night of September nineteenth. Nineteenth eighteen eighty one. He had been president for just two hundred days. Kill by doctors knocked by the

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South Dakota National Parks

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

06:08 min | 2 years ago

South Dakota National Parks

"Welcome the amateur traveler. I'm your host Chris Christensen. Let's talk about South Dakota. I'd like to welcome back to the show Gary Art from everything. Dash EVERYWHERE DOT com. Who's come to talk to us? Surprise surprise about national parks. This time about the National Parks of South Dakota Gary. Welcome back to the show. It has been so long. Yeah and we never get to talk so it's always a pleasure. It has been a very short period of time since I talked to carry but we have talked about doing this show since we ran into each other. Probably at Mount Rushmore last October September September. I think yeah. Maybe it's October. But yeah we're going to t backs and and this was totally unplanned. You just happen to be a remote rushmore exact same time. It's one of those odd coincidences that happen. And it doesn't happen to meet all that often but there are some national parks in South Dakota. That are not Mount Rushmore. So where are we going if we go to the National Parks of South Dakota? They're six national park. Service sites in South Dakota and five of them are in the West located in or near the Black Hills. And then there's one all by its lonesome in the east so we might as well talk about that one. I and that is the Missouri River National Recreation area. It lies on the Missouri River as you might guess given the name it is in the charming little town of yanked him. South Dakota believe it or not. I was actually rather curious to visit yanked and because I had read a list several years ago that had the cheapest place to live in America was yanked in South Dakota so it was kind of curious to see I was kind of curious. What kind of community is this? And it's very nice and it's not rundown or anything now it's cheap. It just happens to be in the middle of nowhere and that's why the site is right on the border with Missouri arm starting Nebraska and it's fifty nine mile stretch of the Missouri River. Very nice some very large bluffs that are overlooking the river and a national recreation area. So it's not a park if you go to the visitor center and look to get your National Park Stamp. It is not a visitor center per se. It is the office. So that's where the maintenance vehicles and the office staff and they're all there and in that building there's a very small lobby and they just sort of stick the stamp out there for people that want it but unlike pretty much every other national parks that you go to. There's no movie there's no displays none of that. It's very straightforward. It's just something that you can visit. There's a bridge which goes from South Dakota to Nebraska that crosses the river and that's probably some of the best views you're going to get of the river if you WANNA take some photos. There's a place you can pull out just before the bridge. You can't really stop on the bridge nor can you really walk across the bridge. So that's kind of difficult so you just have to keep those things in mind. It's far enough east for. I think you could easily do day-trip if you happen to be in Sioux falls or if you're driving across the state I mean if you wanted to dip down interstate ninety s the interstate. The kind of runs across South Dakota East West. You could do that if you're a serious national parks. Yeah other than that. There's not a lot there. Well I should say for the listeners. The show who are either not from the US or possibly geographically challenged the Missouri River may not stick out in your mind but Missouri River is the longest river in North America. If you include the merchant into the Mississippi River in Saint Louis even if you don't include the Mississippi part I believe North think it's the Missouri Mississippi Slash Missouri. So if you took if you went from New Orleans and then just kind of banked left at Saint Louis rather than right that would take you further. 'cause THE MISSISSIPPI goes up into northern Minnesota whereas the Missouri goes much further will the I? I'm looking it up in the Missouri River just until it gets to the mouth Where it enters into the Mississippi is well for our European listers who I was mentioning this forest. Thirty seven hundred thirty seven sixty seven kilometers or two thousand three hundred forty one miles. So there's really quite an amazing amount of the length of this river not to mention the fact that it empties into the Mississippi River. The river at this point and yanked is pretty good sized. It's not a rapid river. Anything like that. It's far too big for it if anything else. It kind of gives you an appreciation for the river. Think if you go up to North Dakota there are some sites that are close to the as well and you with Lewis and Clark and these the Missouri kind of as their highway to get to the West speaking of the river. I in South Dakota many times live in Minnesota and I think South Dakota is kind of. There's two half's to the state the east and the West in the dividing line is the Missouri River it kind of goes along Nebraska and then it hooks up in when you're on interstate ninety that goes East West when you cross the river. The geography changes pretty dramatically so on the eastern side of the river. It's really flat. Is Your stereotypical great plains. Corn for miles. Once you cross it then you start to see hills instantly like instantly instantly. And that's a function of the river the meandering of the river in the flood plain and everything has basically scour out everything to the east of it and literally. When you cross the bridge you start to see some hills and that's not the black hills yet but it's kind of building up to that. I think you're still well over one hundred miles away at that point and all of the rest of the parks are in this. Western part of the state in the western part of the state is by far the most interesting. It gets the most tourists. You've heard of pretty much anything. In South Dakota it is to the west of the Missouri River in that Black Hills area. So we're talking deadwood Mount Rushmore while drug everything except the Mitchell Corn Palace.

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If It Don't Fit, I Quit!

TechtalkRadio

06:10 min | 2 years ago

If It Don't Fit, I Quit!

"We're GONNA phone call from a listener of this past week and the listener had a question. They are seventy one. They have no Internet connection at their home. They would go to the library and they would retrieve all of their email at the library and the question was how can they access their email if they don't have an Internet. They don't have a smartphone. They don't have a laptop no technology and a gentleman was really great and explained it to me and so I got together with Shonda weird and we were talking about it and Sean says you know I've heard about this product called Grand Pad and I think this might be a great solution. We reached out the company and within a half an hour. We had Scott. Lean on the show to tell us all about the different products that they have and the great solution with granted and Scott is the CEO of the company. Scott it's great to talk to you and see you face to face and thanks for coming on talk. Great thanks for having me on. Well I'll tell you Grand PAD is an amazing product for those that maybe are technically challenged or really. Just don't feel the need to have to get a full pc or a laptop or a tablet set-back about eight nine hundred dollars that don't that doesn't have this capability to be able to do what. Grand Pad can do. Can you tell us a little bit about the company and kind of where did this idea come from? It came from personal. Need we saw on our own family so my son and I and I'm fifty five. My son is twenty five. We started the company together six years ago because we saw my mom who was eighty at the time and my mother-in-law who's eighty eight struggling would standard technology and as we started looking into he said all of course no fault of theirs. They were trying to use technology. Iphones ipads other devices. That were designed for thirty year olds. It's unreasonable to think that it would work. Great for someone. Who's and they have different needs. And so we set out to design something from the ground up hardware-software service that was designed for what we lovingly called Super Seniors. All those folks that we just love so much or over the age of seventy five and it's designed just for them and it's got all the things that they want not the things that somebody who's twenty once and vice versa. So that's what started us out on this journey six years ago and now we're reaching thousands and thousands of people around the world and people really love it because it was designed for was the idea originally saying we need to do something that is not tied with suddenly. You have to get an internet carrier. You have to worry about a router in the home. The WIFI was that kind of from the ground you realize. This is one of the challenges. We're going to have to face. Yeah absolutely we step back and looked at the whole. You know the problem and then work to come up with a solution. What we said is what what my wanted was she wanted to be able to do. Video calls with their grandchildren. Who were all the United States and my mom like many folks in this age group suffered from pretty serious hearing loss so talking on a standard line land landline or cellphone was not an option for her because she can hear and so she she wanted to video call but using skype and fussing with their PC dealing with headphones it frustrated her and and frankly it frustrated the point where It made her feel bad and made her feel stupid. She's like well. Why can't figure this out? She ran around. Business was absolutely brilliant. Lady but what caused her to cut withdraw and say fussing with this technology and viruses and all. This is so irritating to me. I'm just not going to do it. you know human nature. If something's painful you withdraw from it and then sadly was happening. Was she was more disconnected from her family. Because of that so that was the problem we set out to solve and it's says exactly as he said we said let's let's try to solve all of it. No Wi Fi is required because grand pad comes built in. It's got four G. L. T. Just like our cellphones built in. That's all they're out of the box when you ship. It just automatically works no cables. That are hard to plug in. Like on a on an iphone where you gotta get plug it in. And if if I have eyesight issues and tremors this just has a wireless inductive charging docking station. You just sit there at a charter. So we really looked at even the packaging We've all been frustrated. You go to the store and you buy something. It's got that plastic clamp show and you gotta have a hammer a knife in assessors dope. It we got rid of all that nonsense and we just. We made a product that my mom marlins who sadly she's gone now but my mother-in-law eighty-eight Joan something that they would love and use every day to stay connected with your family. I love the fact that And some people just if you could set up a Wifi. Give Him. A tablet okay. Let's face it. They have the tablet. I know I have a tablet and I lose it all the time with this. You can use it and they put it right back on that charging station like you said no worry about having a recharge it and that's a nice look in charging stations so with it on a table. It's going to have a nice presentation. People people like keep it there. You know next to him on their Either on their nightstand around the table next to him. It's always there. We we really obsessed about the design. So even what's the right angle? So that when it sitting there on the docking station. It's it's at the perfect angle to do a video call. I don't have to be holding and then sees my face and I can easily see my grandchildren and the other thing is The audio quality. I'm always losing my headphones. And they're hard to plug in and they don't work rider. Bluetooth has dead. This has super loud front facing speakers. So it's the loudest talent. It's a custom built tablet that was made just for this age group so super loud that makes video calling easy but it makes music and I know you're listers love good. Oldies we hell. Yeah we have over thirty million songs. I can play some audio for you. It's loud. It's clear perfect to to hear.

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"lister" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"lister" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Lister was five things that you need to know I scour all the new sites all throughout two were all throughout the week to give you the most important tech news that will make a difference to the things that you need to know starting with number one we have all these conspiracy theories right that five G. is spreading the virus it was Bill Gates idea behind the virus to then humanity for some reason but one conspiracy theory has been absolutely devastating to a woman in her family there are false claims running on you tube that I'm married mother of two US army reservist making up an AC actually started the corona virus pandemic she did it how well last October she participated in the military World Games that were hosted and gas hot and later when the virus star to make headlines one of the earliest conspiracy theories was that it was a US made biological weapon so for whatever reason she was singled out as having brought this so called weapon to China last October so she is patient zero okay it's been spread all over YouTube thanks in part to one of the biggest conspiracy theorists out there George west have been this whack job says that she her husband and a popular Italian DJ okay for some reason they share the same name they're all part of this big old plot now some of these videos have been picked up and spread by the Chinese Communist Party media and their whole families are living in fear her dress was posted online you too hasn't really done anything she has got any help from attorneys or law enforcement by the way yeah I just wanna let you know she's never tested positive for covert nineteen or experienced any symptoms but I guess that's all just part of the beagle plot number two this virus needs some robo tusk said that's right is that a I'd models are now predicting but we're not gonna really like kid it's a model called Sir which stands for susceptible infected recovered as you can guess that specializes in diseases specifically the spread in the eventual recovery so it makes sense to put this in a pandemic and these researchers are feeding data with like the number of cases tests and death to get this rough estimate well the pandemic could end this summer in some countries Sir predicts the global pandemic will wrap up in December how's that for seasons greetings now keep in mind these are predictions based on available data and it might fluctuate in a I. smart but it's not all knowing we just have to give it a few years number three it's cheap to become a ransomware professional spreader that's right according to researchers at cyber news it's never been easier to buy your own malware to send out to people these tools are all over the dark web marketplaces and unlike the toilet paper aisle the shelves are.

Lister
"lister" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"lister" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Lister was five things that you need to know I scour all the new sites all throughout two rooms all throughout the week to give you the most important tech news that will make a difference to the things that you need to know starting with number one we have all these conspiracy theorists right that five G. is spreading the virus it was Bill Gates idea behind the fire first thing humanity for some reason but one conspiracy theory has been absolutely devastating to a woman and her family there are false claims running on YouTube then a married mother of two US army reservist making up an AC actually started the corona virus pandemic she did it how well last October she participated in the military World Games that were hosted and gas hot and later when the virus star to make headlines one of the earliest conspiracy theories was that it was the US made biological weapon so for whatever reason she was singled out as having brought this so called weapon to China last October so she is patient zero okay it's been spread all over YouTube thanks in part to one of the biggest conspiracy theorists out there George Webb and this whack job says that she her husband and a popular Italian DJ okay for some reason they share the same name they're all part of this big old plot now some of these videos have been picked up and spread by the Chinese Communist Party media and their whole families are living in fear her dress was posted online you too hasn't really done anything she has got any help from attorneys on law enforcement by the way I just wanna let you know she's never tested positive for covert nineteen or experienced any symptoms but I guess that's all just part of the beagle plot number two this virus needs some robo tusk said that's right is that a I'd models are now predicting but we're not going to really like it it's a model called Sir which stands for susceptible infected recovered as you can guess that specializes in diseases specifically the spread in the eventual recovery so it makes sense to put this in a pandemic and these researchers are feeding data with like the number of cases tests and death to get this rough estimate well the pandemic could end this summer in some countries Sir predicts the global pandemic will wrap up in December has their first seasons greetings now keep in mind these are predictions based on available data and it might fluctuate in a I. smart but it's not all knowing we just have to give it a few years number three it's cheap to become a ransomware professional spreader that's right according to researchers at cyber news it's never been easier to buy your own malware to send out to people these tools are all over the dark web marketplaces and I'm like the toilet paper aisle the shelves are never empty so here's what.

Lister
"lister" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"lister" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Lister was five things that you need to know I scour all the new sites all throughout two were all throughout the week to give you the most important tech news that will make a difference to the things that you need to know starting with number one we have all these conspiracy theories right that five G. is spreading the virus it was Bill Gates idea behind the fire first thing humanity for some reason but one conspiracy theory has been absolutely devastating to a woman in her family there are false claims running on you tube that a married mother of two US army reservist making up an AC actually started the corona virus pandemic she did it how well last October she participated in the military World Games that were hosted and gas Wuhan and later when the virus star to make headlines one of the earliest conspiracy theories was that it was a US made biological weapon so for whatever reason she was singled out as having brought this so called weapon to China last October so she is patient zero okay it's been spread all over YouTube thanks in part to one of the biggest conspiracy theorists out there George Webb and this whack job says that she her husband and a popular Italian DJ okay for some reason they share the same name they're all part of this big old plot now some of these videos have been picked up and spread by the Chinese Communist Party media and their whole families now living in fear her dress was posted online you too hasn't really done anything she has got any help from attorneys on law enforcement by the way I just wanna let you know she's never tested positive for covert nineteen or experienced any symptoms but I guess that's all just part of the beagle plot number two this virus needs some robo tusk said that's right is that a I'd models are now predicting but we're not gonna really like hit it's a model called Sir which stands for susceptible infected recovered and as you can guess that specializes in diseases specifically this rat in the eventual recovery so it makes sense to put this in a pandemic and these researchers are feeding data with like the number of cases tests and death to get this rough estimate while the pandemic could end this summer in some countries Sir predicts the global pandemic will wrap up in December how's that for seasons greetings now keep in mind these are predictions based on available data and it might fluctuate and A. I. smart but it's not all knowing we just have to give it a few years number three it's cheap to become a ransomware professional spreader that's right according to researchers at cyber news it's never been easier to buy your own malware to send out to people these tools are all over the dark web marketplaces and unlike the toilet paper aisle the shelves are never empty.

Lister
"lister" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"lister" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Lister was five things that you need to know I scour all the new sites all throughout two were all throughout the week to give you the most important tech news that will make a difference to the things that you need to know starting with number one we have all these conspiracy theories right that five G. is spreading the virus it was Bill Gates idea behind the virus to then humanity for some reason but one conspiracy theory has been absolutely devastating to a woman in her family there are false claims running on you tube that a married mother of two US army reservists making up an AC actually started the corona virus pandemic she did it how well last October she participated in the military World Games that were hosted and gas hot and later when the virus starts make headlines one of the earliest conspiracy theories was that it was a US made biological weapon so for whatever reason she was singled out as having brought this so called weapon to China last October so she is patient zero okay it's been spread all over YouTube thanks in part to one of the biggest conspiracy theorists out there George west have been this whack job says that she her husband and a popular Italian DJ okay for some reason they share the same name they're all part of this big old plot now some of these videos have been picked up and spread by the Chinese Communist Party media and their whole families are living in fear her dress was posted online you too hasn't really done anything she has got any help from attorneys or law enforcement by the way yeah I just wanna let you know she's never tested positive for covert nineteen or experienced any symptoms but I guess that's all just part of the beagle plot number two this virus needs some robo tusk said that's right is that a I'd models are now predicting but we're not going to really like it it's a model called Sir which stands for susceptible infected recovered as you can guess that specializes in diseases specifically the spread in the eventual recovery so it makes sense to put this in a pandemic and these researchers are feeding data with like the number of cases tests and death to get this rough estimate well the pandemic could in the summer in some countries Sir predicts the global pandemic will wrap up in December has that for seasons greetings now keep in mind these are predictions based on available data and it might fluctuate in a I. smart but it's not all knowing we just have to give it a few years number three it's cheap to become a ransomware professional spreader that's right according to researchers at cyber news it's never been easier to buy your own now where to send out to people these tools are all over the dark web marketplaces and unlike the toilet paper aisle the shelves are.

Lister
"lister" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"lister" Discussed on WTVN

"Lister was five things that you need to know I scour all the new sides all throughout two were all throughout the week to give you the most important tech news that will make a difference to the things that you need to know starting with number one we have all these conspiracy theories right that five G. is spreading the virus it was Bill Gates idea behind the buyer first thing humanity for some reason but one conspiracy theory has been absolutely devastating to a woman and her family there are false claims spreading on YouTube then a married mother of two US army reservist making up an AC actually started the corona virus pandemic she did it how well last October she participated in the military World Games that were hosted and gas Wuhan and later when the virus starts make headlines one of the earliest conspiracy theories was that it was a US made biological weapon so for whatever reason she was singled out as having brought this so called weapon to China last October so she is patient zero okay it's been spread all over YouTube thanks in part to one of the biggest conspiracy theorists out there George west have been this whack job says that she her husband and a popular Italian DJ okay for some reason they share the same name they're all part of this big old plot now some of these videos have been picked up and spread by the Chinese Communist Party media and their whole families are living in fear her dress was posted online you too hasn't really done anything she has got any help from attorneys on law enforcement by the way I just wanna let you know she's never tested positive for covert nineteen or experienced any symptoms but I guess that's all just part of the beagle plot number two this virus needs some robo tusk said that's right is that a I'd models are now predicting but we're not going to really like it it's a model called Sir which stands for susceptible infected recovered as you can guess that specializes in diseases specifically the spread and the eventual recovery so it makes sense to put this in a pandemic and these researchers are feeding data with like the number of cases tests and death to get this rough estimate while the pandemic could end this summer in some countries Sir predicts the global pandemic will wrap up in December has their first seasons greetings now keep in mind these are predictions based on available data and it might fluctuate in a I. smart but it's not all knowing we just have to give it a few years number three it's cheap to become a ransomware professional spreader that's right according to researchers at cyber news it's never been easier to buy your own malware to send out to people these tools are all over the dark web marketplaces and unlike the toilet paper aisle the shelves are.

Lister
"lister" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"lister" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"That means you could lose up to thirty five or forty percent the numbers just don't jive that's called Wall Street map in all day and I I don't think Lister to understand what this risk stressed really means and that doesn't mean going to your adviser and he looks at is greenish as well listen to make you more conservative on that I'm gonna go ahead put you in more bond I'm gonna re allocate your assets that's what we're talking about we use outside third party scientific systems that are designed to measure the risk in your portfolio we actually take every single position you currently own today how much money you have in that position where there's a mutual fund or whether it's a stock or bond and with the system does it tracks every trade since two thousand and eight it goes back and looks at how your position today and if your position that way back in two thousand eight and then analyzes the amount of risk each one of your assets had since two thousand eight to today it looks a correlation statistics it measures volatility and then it designs a forecast based on expected performance how much are you expected to lose in the next downturn and I promise you anybody listening right now will be absolutely shocked when they see this report I've never had anybody not being shocked even for people like you just mentioned and where they thought their conservative position in and that's the key because you think one thing because you trust your adviser you trust the data you've been given the problem is most of that has been given in writing and even if it has you can't even understand so you have to be given something simple as be very simple has to show with your current portfolio how much you could lose if we go through another market crash like two thousand and eight not a money Carlo simulations probability analysis that those numbers all over the place and really doesn't give you the bottom line facts you need to have exactly what would happen with your car portfolio if the market goes through another two thousand the type of loss so if you're like most retirees you're taking too much risk you're worried and you don't have an actual plan which means you keep pouring every year throughout your entire retirement because your current plan is based on hope unlocked we help people just like you eliminate their money worries everyday we've been doing it for a combined fifty plus years and we are some of the top retirement income planners.

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