35 Burst results for "Littles"

Sacheen Littlefeather, Activist Who Took the Stage to Decline Marlon Brando’s Oscar, Dies at 75

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 hr ago

Sacheen Littlefeather, Activist Who Took the Stage to Decline Marlon Brando’s Oscar, Dies at 75

"Actor and activist session littlefeather who declined Marlon Brando's Academy Award in 1973 has died of breast cancer according to her family She was 75 I'm Archie Sara letta with the latest When Marlon Brando won the Oscar for The Godfather he sent sacheen littlefeather in his place She wore a buckskin dress and spoke in protest of the portrayal of Native Americans on screen She got a mix of applause and booze little feather told reporters in 2010 after the ceremony at Brando's house it got worse It was bullet holes here And I looked at him and he looked at me and

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The 'Phallic Phobia' Argument

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 9 hrs ago

The 'Phallic Phobia' Argument

"Go to cuts. One 29, PhD from UC Berkeley. Laurel Westbrook talking about trans sports. Again, I'm picking on Berkeley just as an example, but I want to be very clear, University of Texas, Austin, university of Florida, university of North Carolina, Indiana University. They all have elements identical to this. It just so happens Berkeley is a little bit more brazen with this. It's an epicenter, but they're a little bit more cavalier. Andrew says a little. Yes, a little. Play cut one 29. This belief in the innate superiority and threat of male bodies account for why cisgender opposition to transgender inclusion, organizes predominantly around the presence of transgender women and not transgender men. This suggests that gender panics around transgender people might more accurately be termed penis panics as they are fueled by the terror of penises, particularly penises where they should not be. Because where they are in women's restrooms or locker rooms or sports teams is then dangerous to cisgender women and girls. I remember the first time I heard this argument, the first time I heard this argument, they said it a little differently. They said you have phallic phobia. I said, what? I mean, look, this last person doctor Laurel Westbrook. She should not be teaching a class. This is a very sick person. I mean that. She's a professor. And she says that this comes from phallic phobia, or it's because there are penises in places that they shouldn't be.

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Rep. Kelly Armstrong Shares the Latest on the Continuing Resolution

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:35 min | 11 hrs ago

Rep. Kelly Armstrong Shares the Latest on the Continuing Resolution

"It should be the month in which your finalizing actual appropriations, actual plans, actual stuff. But as we've come to find out, this is, you know, and we experienced this, we even who we are majority is, we got a very broken appropriation system in D.C., and in a lot of reasons for that, but it needs to fix. A lot of stuff's being talked about now about adding on how far the CR continuing resolution is going to go. Give us a little bit of an update on what that looks like and how we can fit that in. Sure. I think right now, I mean, this week in D.C. is what I call a filler week. You understand what I mean. We're voting on suspensions. We're doing some of those things because the Democrats in the Senate are trying to negotiate whether they can get Joe Manchin's super secret top secret permitting Bill attached to it, and they've got 72 House progressives who said they aren't going to support it. Bernie has already come out against it. And at the same time, you're trying to negotiate whether the CR will run until December or potentially till January. So my guess is the permitting stuff will end up off the bill. I don't know how they get there. They're not getting a lot of sympathy from Republicans on the Senate side, permitting is something I actually know a little bit about, considering North Dakota and the oil and gas in the shale boom. I don't think any Republicans have been brought into the conversation on this. So my guess is by the end of this week, I mean, if I had to guess and this is just game theory, we'll find out that the permitting stuff's going to be stripped off, which is what I said when the original build back mansion Bill came to the floor anyway. You

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Dave Bratt Weighs in on Larry Summers' Latest Comments

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 1 d ago

Dave Bratt Weighs in on Larry Summers' Latest Comments

"Out there called Larry summers who is rather outspoken when it comes to what's happened in the last year and a half in America and we have our eminence Greece when it comes to the national economy. He is the dean of the business school at Liberty University. Dave brat from a congressman from Virginia. I'd like you to react to this rather outspoken little clip from Larry summer, play cut. We basically had inflation under control for 40 years, despite the fact that the price of oil fluctuated despite the fact that there were all kinds of supply shocks. We lost the thread along with many other countries. About a year and a half ago with massively expansionary policies, relative to the size of the GDP gap, he's not backing down, Dave, I think he's going to be deported off Martha's Vineyard as well. So give us your reaction to that little clip. Yeah, well, he is a genius intellectually, right? Larry sorry, he's ahead of Harvard and the head of the World Bank for a while. All these kind of things. He's got the pedigree. He's got the brain. He can write the top journal articles and all that. But what's noticeably striking about that clip is that it's really the first time he mentioned the fiscal overreach on the stimulus. All these guys kind of wait until the obvious, right? So now the shoe has dropped. Markets are freaking out. England had Armageddon and would have had a sovereign debt crisis yesterday. If they wouldn't have weighed in on the long term, whatever they call them over there, bonds. The bonds. And so it's good he's saying it. The left still isn't saying it. He's

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Why Has the American Media Sunken so Low?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | 2 d ago

Why Has the American Media Sunken so Low?

"Little black, you made a very interesting statement in the first segment that for some reason in the British political scene in the mainstream media there and in Canada, they haven't resorted as yet to the slur of calling somebody a Nazi, why is it as a historian of American politics? Why have we sunk in so low here that in the last 6 years, that has become the epithet of choice for anyone who is a conservative? This is something that I think would require to answer it with a third, a great deal of sophisticated sociological analysis, but shooting from the hip. I think at least part of the answer is that the arrival of Trump and the Trump phenomenon, the exposure of the vulnerability of the political establishment, the sort of bush McCain Obama Romney group think that in post rig and in the post Reagan era. To control everything in Washington, everything politically in the country. The fact that it was overturned and almost completely crushed in one blow in 2016 and is still fighting for its light. And not all that successfully on the current appearances. So shock the political establishment in the U.S. including the national political media that had made it an irresistible temptation for great many completely simple minded people who are happy to pedal sheer fiction anyway, no matter how malicious and unfounded it is

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Are the Good Guys Winning Again? Lord Conrad Black Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 2 d ago

Are the Good Guys Winning Again? Lord Conrad Black Explains

"As if we've had an intermezzo a little hiatus in conservative successes, especially with what happened in 2020 with the elections here in America. But it looks as if given Sweden given Italy that the good guys are winning again. Is it too early to say that? I don't think so. I don't think so. The 2020 election obviously is a special case. I mean, despite the frenzied and it must be said, somewhat successful efforts of a unanimous national political media to maintain the pretense. There's no possible question about that election. It is clear as we get close to the midterms that approximately half the people suspect that it was a cooked result. At least in part. And so we will never know. You can't change presidents now, but that was just a very unusual election in a pandemic with a lot of new and easily abused rules of voting and vote counting. So it doesn't really stand there as a turning point in ideological or policy terms. But the rest of the trend, I think, is fairly clear. You have a movement to the right within the Conservative Party of the United Kingdom. Gains for the right and the recent French elections and the incumbent reelected government of president Macron moving somewhat to the right within the spectrum to accommodate that. The election in Italy, the election of a distinctly more conservative leader of the opposition in Canada. And as far as we can tell, you don't want to be premature, but the polls on balance coming up to the midterms do show a trend somewhat towards the Republicans. So

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Tom Bevan Dissects the Latest Polls As the Races Get Closer

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 2 d ago

Tom Bevan Dissects the Latest Polls As the Races Get Closer

"Favorite websites during election season. I must go to it 5 times a day is RealClearPolitics dot com. It's fair, it's transparent. They have all the latest polling all the latest trends and they have this great aggregation of articles on both sides where you can really kind of see where the zeitgeist is leaning. With us right now is the man behind RealClearPolitics, Tom Bevin, and Tom, please unmute yourself on the Zoom. That's what my team is telling us. And once you do that, whether they hear you, Tom, how are you doing? I'm great. Great to be with you, Charlie. I understand you recovered from COVID. I hope you're doing okay. I'm okay. Good. Back. So Tom, you and I have spent some time together hunting pheasants. That was a little while ago before the world totally fell apart. What do you see in some of the polling that you're aggregating on your great website RealClearPolitics dot com? Well, I think the probably the most interesting and relevant thing is the generic congressional ballot, right? That is how we get a sense of where the public is in terms of their feeling towards both parties. And it's the question that pollsters ask, you know, if the election were held today, would you vote for the Democrat or the Republican? And no names attached. And so, you know, we don't have any polling in a lot of these House races, right? So this will give you a sense of which way the electric is leaning. Now, Democrats had been trailing in this in the spring. They made a recovery, took a lead in the generic ballot over the summer, but just in the last round of polling. So in the last few days, the latest round of polling shows Republicans pulling back into a lead in the generic ballot by about a point. Now, why is that important? Democrats traditionally sort of underperform the generic ballot. They need to have a lead in the generic ballot. And the reason for that is because demographically all across the country, they're clustered in urban areas. They're not well dispersed as a party. And so these are all national polls. So, you know, they tend to underperform particularly in swing states swing districts. And so

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Who Is Pastor John Amanchukwu?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:16 min | 2 d ago

Who Is Pastor John Amanchukwu?

"Take a couple of minutes to talk about how you got to be pastor John. So before we go further with the rest of the questions I want to ask you, what we're going to do about it also why you wrote your book a race and what's happened to manhood in the black community in America. Tell us a little bit about who John ammon chuku is. Where you came from, why you're doing what you do today, and also let's start with, I love this. What amund chukwu means? Yeah, so my full name is John, kanayo chukwu, I'm in chukwu. And kanaya chuk remains I will keep trusting and pleading in God, and I'm in chuck will means I know God. And I'm proud to say I say this unabashedly that I am born again. Christ is my savior. I have not been bludgeoned by society to the point that I'm ashamed that I am a believer. You know, there is an attack on Christianity today. We see it from the left. There are tools, there are mechanisms that they are using, but I'm not ashamed. At the age of 19, I gave my life to Christ, I'm one of those who came to God early and often. And I kind of had things together, but by the age of 12, I went through puberty. And so, you know, as every young man battles and struggles with his desires, I continue with the same thing, but at the age of 19, I gave my life to Christ and the lord saved me. And from their own, I had a propensity to lean towards the things of God. And so I found myself during my sophomore year in college, pulling young men into the racquetball room at NC foot at NC states football stadium, calling them to God, calling them towards prayer and on Tuesday nights, I led a Bible study. And so I've been doing this now for about 19 years and I wouldn't trade it for anything. I believe that pastors are significant. I believe today that pastors oftentimes are using the spirit of cowardice, which is not a fruit of the spirit, but we need more pastors to preach and to teach and to make planes what CNN and MSNBC seeks to make cloudy.

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School Board Candidate: 'It's Never Okay to Misgender a Child'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:58 min | 2 d ago

School Board Candidate: 'It's Never Okay to Misgender a Child'

"My earlobes were tingly yesterday when I heard this at the school board thing. This is all right, let's play the audio here. This is the guy running for school board who is all over the whole gender pronoun stuff. You community. And I'm proud of that. I'm proud of the life I have and the life that I've built with my husband and my sons. I'm proud of my Friends and others. And that was one at one time not a possibility. Today, as I would want to say that every child that walks into my classroom needs to feel like they are comfortable that they are cared for that they are respected and their personal human dignity is respected by everyone in that room. And I would say that if a person has an objection, then they just don't need to speak to that child. Because it is never okay to misgender a trans child. It is never okay to miss pronoun them intentionally because that person is deserving of their own dignity, their own human respect. That relationship between child and parent that is being fostered is just as important as that other relationship with the family that maybe sees things differently. All right, and what you didn't hear because the first part got chopped off the guy says he's a member of the LGBT community. And that's all well and good. But the issue now goes to whether or not he is, he wants to use his position on the school board to advance an agenda where if you don't want to call and you heard him say this, that if you, if you've got little Sally and she says no, you've got to call me by he him or Cesar or whack a doodle this or whack a doodle that. If you don't do that, then all of a sudden you've got the problem and you do not have a right to address that child.

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Guardsman Investigated for Chasing Bus, Believing Migrants Were on It

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:58 min | 2 d ago

Guardsman Investigated for Chasing Bus, Believing Migrants Were on It

"Then the lieutenant colonel in the National Guard does the same thing. And people on the bus are starting to freak out. They don't know what's going on. So anyway, long story short, the bus finally gets to its destination. And by the way, he's Facebook. All of this is on Facebook Live. The lieutenant colonel is Facebook Live. It just keeps getting worse. Is that how you say Facebook Live? Yeah, no, you did good. You did good. Thank you. So anyway, they get to the, this nice little hotel, and is it foul mouth or foul mouth? It's falmouth. Whatever. The admiralty inn and sweets. It's a very nice looking hotel. They have a little swimming pool in the middle and the courtyard. And I don't know, I guess they give them a free breakfast, I don't know. No, that's only at the Hampton inn. So anyway, they pull in and then the guy starts he jumps out and he starts banging on the door of the bus. And he says, you have to let me in. Let me in. And the bus break down the door. The bus driver's freaking out. And the guy said, I know you have illegal aliens on the bus. And this is all in the dark of night. Can you imagine Michael Vaughan is the driver? He is the owner of Mike's limousine, it is a bus company. They don't work trying to get a bus to go to Nashville next week. A party bus. A party bus. But I digress. So anyway, Hoffman thought that the bus was full of illegals. And he wouldn't, he wouldn't give up. So he would not leave, and mister Vaughn says he harassed us to death. This is the Cape Cod times story. Everybody was scared to death and I have to imagine show. And all of this is being recorded live on Facebook.

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Stephen Miller: Biden Is Not 'Cognitively Present' as President

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | 2 d ago

Stephen Miller: Biden Is Not 'Cognitively Present' as President

"Last night, former senior adviser to Trump, Stephen Miller, was on newsmax's Eric bolling show. Here's cut two. Listen to Steven Miller, what he accurately pointed out. And I want to play for you his argument and then I want to tell you ask you to call and tell me whether you agree or disagree with Stephen Miller's assessment. The President Biden is not cognitively present. He does not have the mental capacity to serve as the president of the United States of America. If he was in a nursing home, he would be in the assisted living section, not the area where people are in a retirement community who are living their own lives and who are making their own decisions. Maybe they just have a little bit of help when they need it. He would be in the round the clock care section for someone who forgets who they are, where they are, what they're doing, who's alive, who's dead, how to take care of themselves. He is completely cognitively diminished and deteriorated. So this is a terrifying situation. And of course, we see the results. We see the results all the time. The world is more violent, more dangerous, more unstable than ever before.

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Who's Coming Across the Border and Wreaking Havoc?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:46 min | 3 d ago

Who's Coming Across the Border and Wreaking Havoc?

"Debbie and I are here for our Friday roundup. And we want to start talking about who's coming across the border. Now, there's an increase of Venezuelans, Nicaraguans, and Cubans coming across the border. And House Republicans have been raising the alarm that a sizable number of these characters are bad guys are criminals, the question has been raised are either Venezuelans opening up the prisons and letting out the worst of the worst and sending them to America. So needless to say our Venezuelan expert right here has been checking this out and has been checking it out with a relative of hers in Venezuela who is who has his ear to the ground and so pick it up. Talk a little bit about what you've been able to find out who's coming across the border. Yeah, so apparently thugs. And you know, my cousin, my cousin likes to send me these little videos of these Venezuelans that are like in Dallas or in Miami or in one of the cities in the United States, and they're literally wreaking havoc in the neighborhood. You know, they're either driving their trucks and they're burning the tires, making smoke, just being disorderly drinking and being drunk on the street. Whatever. But he says that there are a lot of very bad people, very bad players that are coming across the border. And he said, you guys need to seal those borders because you know what? They wreak havoc in Venezuela. And so it's no surprise that those people are wreaking havoc in America.

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Doug Sits Down With Former Congressman Jason Lewis of Minnesota

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:12 min | 3 d ago

Doug Sits Down With Former Congressman Jason Lewis of Minnesota

"Us a little bit about your background and then what, you know, what staircase you fell down to say, I need to run for Congress, you know? Well, you do, I was in the airport the other day and somebody came up to me, and said, I know you, then you used to fill in for Russia and you were in Congress for a while and I said, yep, that's me and they said, whatever happened to you anyway. We all get those. Well, look, I grew up in a small business family. My mom was from north Minneapolis. My dad was from Iowa. We settled in the Hawkeye state, but Minnesota was the second home. So when I fell into talk radio after graduate school, I had an opportunity to go home to Minneapolis and St. Paul, I did. And that was in the early 90s and raised my two daughters here for 30 years. Loved it. Got into radio. It was fortunate enough to hit the timing was good, telling them for rush and had my own syndicated show for a while. But at some point, Doug, you know what it's like, you can be a commentator so long, but after a while, you got to put your money where your mouth is and you want to get on the field and play. Because the only way to really change things is to vote for them. So I thought, in most, by the way, most commentators won't talk most talk show hosts don't do that because they can demagogue your previous comments like Supreme Court Justices. And I knew that would happen with me and it did with CNN and all the rest. But I didn't really care. I just said, look, I want to do something. And I was fortunate to come into Congress with a new president when we really had an opportunity to do things and we did. But it was really just more of an angst about, look, you can talk all day long, but at some point, you know, suit up, get in the game. And so I did do that and served. I thought in one of the more consequential terms of Congress, and then I ran for the U.S. Senate alongside the president here in Minnesota, and two years ago and October, we were neck and neck with Tina Smith, who was the Democrat, I would say from Minnesota, but really she represents Planned Parenthood. Her former employer. But I felt that we were going to win Minnesota. I really felt the president went. And we did great. I collected more votes than any other statewide candidate in Minnesota history. We outperformed the top of the ticket by two points, but we had 1.9 million absentee ballots at 60% of the total Minnesota vote gained by mail.

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Arizona Congressional Candidate Juan Ciscomani Discusses Inflation

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:18 min | 3 d ago

Arizona Congressional Candidate Juan Ciscomani Discusses Inflation

"Let's go back to my conversation with Juan, says come on from yesterday. Yeah, I want to close by inflation and groceries. My daughter has four kids. I have 5 grandchildren for them in one family. And she talks to me about the shopping cart Bill. I don't know what it costs for 6 kids, one. I just, I can't imagine what the food Bill is. Yeah, it costs a lot more than they used to, I'll tell you that. We're having to make choices like everyone else, especially when you have to balance food with clothing as well for kids and they grow out of it so quickly. We just had to buy back to school close as well. They went and played sports. All these things add up. And when you have to, when you're making the same amount of money or in some cases less because it goes not as far. These are tough choices that families have to make and I can totally relate when you have 6 kids mine are little. They're 13 the oldest three is the youngest. And we're in the nicotine as well. We just cut off the diaper stage, which is a big boost for our income and our disposable income because we were able to not spend money on diapers, but I got to tell you it's not what it used to be a year ago and today, the cost of living is so much higher and you feel the pain. You feel the pension, you haven't to make choices on what to purchase.

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Brad Pitt Is Dating Emily Ratajkowski

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:39 min | 3 d ago

Brad Pitt Is Dating Emily Ratajkowski

"Speaking of great bodies, you know, I posted the story. I put this on the podcast days ago. Actually, two weeks ago, I said, Brad Pitt is dating Emily radical ski. It came and went because there was no proof that I was right. Now it's being written up in every newspaper and website that they're dating. They keep it at low key because, you know, she's just come out of a bad marriage and Brad's coming out of his hell hole with Angelina, but I had it two weeks ago. And I said, yeah, all right, they're together. He's gorgeous. She's hot. It's going to be a great relationship. But people are like, they don't want to, they don't all have to talk about this. They don't know what to say about this. Well, I don't know, you know, Brad quietly dated the last couple of years. He worries about Angelina. It's going to be bad mouth them to their kids and, you know, more than she already has. If she has a serious girlfriend, it's going to get really bad and Emily's coming out of the marriage and she can still get in trouble with what she no. It's not that way at all. I mean, first of all, if these two are going to be more serious, they're going to have to wait because Brad's got some messy bullshit with Angelina. You know, they got a way to walk. I mean, he's still fighting with her over custody of four of the 6 children. If I was him, I'd take one. I would take Shiloh, that's it. The rest of them, the adopted ones, get go. Go to your mother, go to Angelina. I don't want the adopted kids, especially packs, can't stand that little prick kid.

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Dr. Michael Youssef Discusses New Book 'Is the End Near?'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:35 min | 3 d ago

Dr. Michael Youssef Discusses New Book 'Is the End Near?'

"I'm always delighted to have on as my guest. My friend, doctor Michael, youssef, there's many ways you may know of him. He's written many, many books. We're talking about the new one today. He's the head of leading the way ministries, church of the apostles, and the Atlanta area. Right now we're talking about his new book, how about this for a title? Is the end near what Jesus told us about the last days. Michael youssef, my friend, welcome. Thank you so much. Glad to be with you. We have never lived at a time when asking the question is the end near is itself so startling because it's one thing to say, are we in the end times when we know we're in the end times? I think there's little doubt about that. The question now is where in the end times are we? What we're seeing is unprecedented in our lifetimes. So what do you say, doctor youssef in the new book is the end near? What is your observation? Well, it's not just unprecedented for our lifetime, as you know, I'm a little bit of an amateur historian, and I have looked through the annals of history, is there so many of the things that our lord Jesus Christ himself said about the nearness of the end as they're all come together now. And you know, you've known me for a long time, I am not what people who watch me around the world and in this country, and listen to me on radio. Then I'm not an in time preacher. There are some who are and specialize on it with the charts and gog and the my God. And I'm a get and you know, and that's fine. Don't forget it. Don't forget Henry Kissinger, arising as the Antichrist. Don't ever forget that one. Well, Hitler Mussolini, I mean, all those things have happened and go Butch off because of the mark on his forehead. You and I have seen all this. And so I did not get into any of this. I wanted to know what my lord Jesus Christ, the eternal son of God who coexisted with the father. Before all worlds said, when he was asked the question in Matthew 24, and he was asked the question, how do we know the end is near?

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What's Up Next for 'Socrates in the City'?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 3 d ago

What's Up Next for 'Socrates in the City'?

"Was the Socrates in the city event with Andrew clavin? What is coming up next for Socrates in the city? Man, that's a cream puff question. I don't have to think very hard on that. Andrew clavin, it was so good that in the, we have a patrons dinner afterward. We're, you know, people who help support Socrates come to a dinner. And we usually do Q&A with the guest with Andrew Cleveland. So we did that. And what he said there, like I was annoyed as I often am when people say stuff that's so great, I'm like, you're wasting it on 30 people. This should be filmed and so I had the idea of doing another event with Andrew clavin. Maybe in Philadelphia or someplace else because there's so much more, so it was so wonderful. Look, he is a gift. I want to tell you folks. He's an amazing gift. His book, the great good thing, where he talks about how he came to faith, and then his most recent book, which was very literary, he is, he is an astonishing human being and a genius. And I enjoyed it, you know, to say that I enjoyed it, is saying a lot, because sometimes it's just kind of, you know, it feels a little bit like work. I enjoy it, but there's a lot going on and stuff. I actually felt, I just enjoyed it. What can I tell you? I enjoyed it. It was wonderful, and we will get the video up as soon as possible. And folks, I want to tell you, by the way, tomorrow on southeast and city, we are airing my Socrates and city interview part two with Walter hooper. One of the greatest interviews I've ever done in my life, we aired part one a week or two ago. We're going to air part two tomorrow. And then we'll probably air part three another time. He's the man who knew C. S. Lewis and when you hear the whole story, you'll get it. But that's tomorrow on this program. Okay,

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Poll: Midterm Momentum Shifts Back to GOP as Inflation Fears Grow

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 3 d ago

Poll: Midterm Momentum Shifts Back to GOP as Inflation Fears Grow

"And over at Yahoo news a pole midterm momentum shifts back to GOP as inflation fears grow I don't read you these so you become laxed we have to be on our toes and not on our heels and we have to act act As a backlash to the end of the roe V wade came to dominate U.S. politics this summer they write Paul after Paul showed the tide turning end Democrats favor Leading many to wonder whether president this is them writing it Biden's side might avoid the sort of sweeping midterm losses that typically befall the party in power But a new Yahoo you got polls suggest the winds may be shifting again And the Democrats would be wise not to ignore new signs of Republican momentum Particularly around the all important issue of inflation So here we have Yahoo news advising the Democrats Hey Democrats we just took a poll Might be shifting a little on the other direction It's time to lie again about inflation The survey of 1566 U.S. adults Which was conducted from September 23 to 27 found little movement In its top line midterm numbers when asked which candidate they would vote for in their district at the election were held today The generic congressional ballot question register voters now give the Democrats a four point advantage 45 41 To point narrow within three weeks ago

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"littles" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

04:25 min | 8 months ago

"littles" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"Had income, so I wasn't taking on as much risk as I was, as you know, a recent college grad who's net worth is probably, you know? Ten K or something, like not even that much. So yeah, I think I started playing in the local one two game at the casino and started studying Jonathan littles books as materials really good for beginners and yeah, eventually started winning at live one two and what else were you doing as it relates to study was it just reading the Jonathan little books in those days? That pretty much and watching a lot of YouTube content like high stakes poker, I think like Tom duan was my favorite player and I just watched all of those shows. But yeah, to be honest, I probably didn't get that much better. It doesn't take a lot of work to be once your life. A lot of stagnation in those like 6 to 8 months or whatever. And you know, as you're progressing through your career, you're playing poker a little bit more. Let's talk about how you found the villager even entered the village because I'm actually, yeah, I don't know how you stumbled across chasing poker greatness and inquired about private coaching. We can get to that. That's like, that's like a little later on in the story. We can give like a quick fast track for the next year. So this is like towards middle of 2018. I've been playing for like, you know, 6 months or so, and I was on a pretty good upswing at one, too. And I decided to start investing in my poker career. So I remember buying a subscription to run it once, and upswing poker. And also taking maybe like 1500 out of the bankroll just to build my own PC. So I can start playing online poker. And I fondly remember ordering all the PC parts.

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"littles" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

03:29 min | 11 months ago

"littles" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

"To ask you a little question I have these little cards that I do at the end of every episode with new guests. So I have a and B a B so B, right? Decide? Yeah. Okay. All right. A or B, a? Yes. What are your turn ons? And I'll make that a generalization. What would turn you on seeing a stranger? You meet a stranger in public, oh shit, you know, whatever about them turns you on, and then also with a partner, what are churn on that they can do? Always turns me on. Vocabulary. That doesn't really mean big words or anything but like I definitely if I can tell if you read books or anything. And if it seems that way or even if you're thinking at whatever dude, like, yeah, that'll definitely get me going, that's impressive to me. And make my heart go pitter patter a little bit giving curious intellect and confidence with a stranger. I mean, a partner too, but I would already know that with the partner. With a partner, I guess the turnouts might be come a little bit more physical. Although you know what is like a turn on with a partner is like when they know something about me and they show me that they know it. If they know that I really love iced tea and it's showing up with an ice tea and I'm like, oh, okay. That's so awesome. Like that can get me going. And then like if they follow it up with like a, you know, like a neck cancer a little nibble. I like those little nibbles a lot. That's a pretty big turn on. Oh my gosh. And then my feet massaging my feet and sucking my toes. That is like the best. I don't know that some people do that. I think you're the first female I've heard that enjoys having their feet sucked. Usually that's something a trait that I've heard from other males that they love having their feet sucked. Or they have a fetish that they want to be touched with feet. You're the first that first female, having the feet sucked and first female to mean, oh, sorry. But the foot massage I haven't heard a few times before, but I don't think they rank it as high as you sound like you do with your exuberance that you just showed. But most of the views, oh yeah, you know that that'll get me in the mood or that relax me and then if they do this. So it's like start with the foot row and then nibble my neck and then nibbling my neck is the one that was just set me over the edge and I'll do anything he wants. Pedicures are hard when I get a picture, they're massaging my feet. Wow. And you're sitting in a massage chair? Lord Emerson. And maybe you should have a DOM. I'm guessing I'm so my picture is the DOM and you're a thrupple where the female is a nail person. Pedicure, whatever cosmetology esthetician, whatever that falls under. And then you'd have the perfect life I would imagine. Yeah, that would be super amazing. 100% of all in. Well, Lola, thank you so much for being on the show. Thanks for having me. To my listeners, thank you for sticking around this long. I love you. You're worthy of it, and until next time, missiles.

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"littles" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

06:53 min | 11 months ago

"littles" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

"Going somewhere with this and I just totally blanked. So what do you consider cheating? I would consider treating I'm trying to think about how to word it so that I can encompass the full aspect. But basically, anything that takes your attention or your energy away from your primary partner. And is being concealed. And I heard about it because it could be physical that it could also be emotional. If it's taking away from your primary partner, and it's concealed. So they don't know. So if they flirt in front of you, that's okay. Not what the intent of like, hey, let me get this girl's number. But if they flirt with the waitress in front of you to either get an extra serving of something or whatever, but it's not a sexual intent. It's just a playfulness type flirting. Would that be okay? Yeah, I'm cool with that. I almost expected the type of person that I would eat. Okay. Good to know. Well, also 'cause they're both ways too because I'm a super huge flirt. And I can't even help myself with Florida. And there's nothing sexual about flirting. And it's for me. It's so great. It quickly. It could be go somewhere. I'm a flirt. And the reason I ask is a while back, I saw a Reddit post where the guy essentially says, hey, my girlfriend's considers a liking Instagram hottie's thoughts, whatever you want to call them. Models, liking their posts, not commenting, but just liking their posts, his girlfriend considered that sexting was seriously considering breaking up with him because of that because she considered it cheating. And I was just like, wow, what the motherless fuck? Is this bullshit? My answer was more along the lines of did you ever have this conversation with your girlfriend? Or did she have it with you? Like, hey, I don't like this. This is what I consider cheating because there's a lot of things that I would say is kind of gray area. Following females on Instagram, liking their posts, as long as you're not citing into their DMs, like, hey, do you live in this town? Do you live near me? Can you come by and see me? As long as there's nothing along those lines, as long as it's something public that people can see that, hey, I like this post. Oh shit, that looks hot, damn, that's a fat ass. You know, anything along those lines that's not directly implying or with the intent of having sex with that person. Because I'm sure that that model is going to have hundreds if not thousands of likes and comments along the lines of either emojis that they find are attractive or damn I wish you were here. I wish my girl looked like you always had a girlfriend like you, whatever. You know, that I wouldn't see his cheating, but to be accused of sexting by simply liking a post that just was, wow, what kind of relationship is that? Yeah, it sounds like an unhealthy relationship with someone who is insecure. That's a bit of much. To consider keeping, I think it's if it makes you uncomfortable, you know, if you're a woman and your boyfriend is or husband is liking other women's pictures all the time, and it makes you uncomfortable, then that's a discussion. You know, ants self reflection too. Like, why doesn't make you uncomfortable? Like for myself, why am I uncomfortable seeing all of these? Is it because those are women that he knows that we know that we might see all the time and I'm concerned they're going to think something or are these like social media influencers who have hundreds of thousands of followers and have no idea who might do this. You know, like, and that's bothering me. It requires a discussion. If it was reversed, and I was with somebody and he was like, said I was cheating because I liked somebody's Instagram. First there would be somebody that we know. I know, or is this an Internet stranger, social media person? If it's the latter, I would be like, dude, you have issues and we're probably going to just have to be done. I mean, it depends on how long we've been together, because that's true. And that was somebody that we knew that that could be a different discussion maybe. You know, because sometimes I can go into a great area where I don't know. It depends on the person. That's a bit, that's not cheating though. Either way, though, I would never ever ever ever think that that's cheating. It could be a crosses a line depending on who you are, but that's a pretty big stretch. Yeah, I agree. You know, maybe it is crossing a line, depending on the couple, and that should be more of a discussion like, hey, I saw you did this. I'm not okay with it. I don't feel comfortable. And then have them express why. Hey, I don't want you to do that again. Okay, so then it would be on the other person to whether or not they want to follow it or make a compromise, okay, look, I'll like it, but I won't comment. You know, she might want him to unfollow, you know, the compromise would be, okay, I don't unfollow, but I don't like her comment. You know, there's always got to be a compromise to make relationships work because on one hand it'd be kind of extreme to end a relationship just for something that bothers you. And the biggest thing that annoys me. What the relationship is not relationships, but with seeing stuff on social media, particularly Reddit, is females opposed, hey, I'm with my boyfriend of this age. I'm that age, and we've been together for this many months this many years, and he did this, should I break up with him? That could be something worth breaking up for. Maybe it isn't, depending on the severity of whatever the comment is, but my first thing is, have you had this discussion with them? Have you used your words and told your significant other how you feel about this? Because breaking up with them because something is over the line or something you think is over the line, that I don't see is over the line. Some of these other comments don't see us over the line and others usually females will agree with her. Oh yeah, you know, leave him. Oh, well, I guess 6 years with a good run. In different things that most people seem to just go for. You know, fuck it. Get rid of them, and you can find someone else. But finding someone else takes work, finding someone else is a job in and of itself. A 100% true. Yeah. You know what? I'm supposed to everybody has their deal breakers. But you don't have to go on Reddit to do your deal breaker confirmed. So if you're a significant other does whatever that is for you, then you know that they've done it. And if that really is the thing, then you break up with them. You don't need to random Internet strangers to tell you whether or not whatever somebody did is something that you should break up over. I mean, without a discussion or like you said, you've invested some time, and it's not how much time you have with someone is never a reason to stay. But the laundry business someone, the more reason to talk about it before you make any life-changing decisions. We're coming to close for this episode. So I'm going.

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"littles" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

08:22 min | 11 months ago

"littles" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

"Like to giggle and laugh a lot and oh my gosh, that's another thing. I don't know if this is like a little or little thing or another just like anything, or at any person being built. I like stamp my feet a lot like when I'm having sex and I'm having fun like a stamp my feet a lot and I giggle and I like, I don't know, I move a lot. And I get a whole lot. And I think with some people with not the right person. I would still have to warn somebody because I don't want them to think that I'm laughing at them or anything or that anything is wrong. That's just part of my exuberance, I guess. I don't know how to express myself when I'm having fun and happy. I think that's something you would have to share with the partner because the first time I dealt with that was 5 ish years ago, 6 years ago I forget the time frame. It was at a convention and this one female she told me, okay, look, you know, we can play the other. There was a fed event at the convention that I didn't realize was there a friend of mine that I know he's a gay male and he was like, oh man, I can't make it to this convention this year. They're having a fete meetup, a meet and greet a munch. I was like, for real, they have them here, and I just never thought to check. Anyways, so it meant this female and she told me, look, when I climax, I giggle. I was like, oh, okay, that's new. And so we had sex, and she liked, she liked a lot of breastplate, like pinching, grabbing, scraping, you know, slapping pain, but specifically to her breasts. So I made the mistake of slapping her in her face because I played with someone else earlier. And they enjoy paying all the time. Any type of pain, they love it. And so I accidentally slapped this one in the face and it took her out of it. And I realized what I did, she didn't she didn't use her safe word because it was just like one thing I read her face. Like, okay, I stopped that and just went back to playing with her breasts. And then a few minutes later she started giggling and I know she told me in my head, but it just didn't coincide with me like, how can someone giggle when their climaxing? So I'm still, you know, keeping the same pace that she liked that she wanted. As she was giggling, I didn't lose my erection, I just went softer like it was almost like pushing rope at a point. I was just like, 'cause I was two in my head, realizing that she's giggling and I'm like, it doesn't seem right that someone giggles when you're having sex and it took, you know, I would see her for years or I've seen her at subsequent years at the same convention. So now more used to it. But I can totally understand where a partner would hear the giggling and I'm like, what the fuck is wrong with you? What is going on? What is this okay? Are you having some type of allergic reaction? Are you is this your way of saying no, but you don't know how to get it out? What am I association was nervous laughter? You know, females do a nervous laugh whenever they're in something that's uncomfortable. Situation that they don't know if they can say no or not too, so they just, you know, that kind of thing. So that was my initial reaction. And I was like, okay, good thing that I was warned ahead of time. So in the future, if I have a partner that giggles, then I know, okay, that's something that can happen. It's just something that I hadn't experienced before in 30 ish years. I don't know any other reference to the have told me that they are giggles as well. So yeah, I definitely I come with my own wording label. And I'm happy to share it because I don't want to ruin everybody's time. And I don't want to that's the thing I can not curve that. Look, I can curb some behaviors. I can't stop myself from getting that's how you climax. You shouldn't adjust it because, you know, it might make someone uncomfortable. Just as long as you give them the warning, how popular are you on fete? How do you come to friends? How do you break popularity? I would say if you have more than a thousand Friends and if you post something you get more than a hundred likes yeah, not that popular. I was gonna ask, you could put a poll on fet life and ask how many of you giggle when you climax? And is it natural for you to giggle? Because I now only have like ten Friends and they're usually like partners I've been with or would be with where open to or whatever have met at a month. So it's not that many that I make friends with on fit life. So even if I posted that, not that many people would see it. I might get a like, oh, that's a good poll, but I don't think I'd get an answer to it. So I need to find someone that's popular and have them ask that. See what the result would be because I'm curious how many people. I don't think it's just specific to females, but I wonder maybe males as well. How many people giggle or make some other sound during climax that isn't guttural or animalistic? I think that's more common. Yeah, I mean, I have other places I can ask about other than fat. Like I am going to kick group and then also a couple of Discord groups with lots of kinky people. Actually, yeah, the Discord would probably be good because, yeah, if you can do a poll there. So I could ask in one of those. I started I had a fat profile for a long time and I don't even know how many people followed me on there. I think maybe 300 or something. But I closed that one down and I started a new one. Like a couple of years ago. And I don't know how many people follow me on that one. Maybe 50 now. I don't know. A pay attention. Yeah, fed isn't what it used to be. Well, when did you get on it? No, I haven't been on that long. I think I first got on 6 years ago, 6 or 7 years ago. Yeah, that's kind of when it started going downhill. I think I got on in 2006, 2007, like a year or two after it opened up, I think. It could have been later, but I know it was 2005 2006. And there it was just more a lot more about education. Hey, you know, come to this meet up. We're going to have a rope master come down and do a sham Barbie class or learn how to pad learn how to do this or how to do that. We're having a munch. So it was more about teaching sharing and learning. And of course, you know, showing videos and pictures of kinky stuff that people do. So it was kind of low key, Pornhub, but more with articles. And education. And then 2015, it started getting very click ish or 2010 I was getting click ish and by 2016 it just became like a kinky Facebook with the political posts and just nudity, like, you know, pictures being allowed there. So yeah, I just see so much on there that's a lot of pictures of people who are probably trying to generate business for themselves in one way or another whether it's like our older fans or something else, or for their own life or insights for their amateur or semi pro and I don't know if it's the right as a thing. But it just seems like they're trying to get you to go somewhere else. When I do go on there, I go on because I want to see what's going on in my area because I think it's still a good place to find out about events and things. In your area where you can be people in person, and then my new my new fed page is all about my lovely snags. So I like to post pictures of they're really just pictures of my legs and maybe my booty and mostly wear and clothes like suggestively revealing clothes, but no, like, naked lady pictures of me. Darn. I was hoping to see you naked. But no, that's fine. Are you in a dynamic or are you in a relationship or not really either like I mean, there's somebody that are occasionally connect with either virtually or in person when there's time for right now that's it. So when you look for a partner, now that you're single. Orders say your top three traits that you would look for in a partner. Confidence is always my number one. Somebody who doesn't kick themselves too seriously. So it's kind of like having a sense of humor a little even a little bit more about themselves. Intelligence. And would you be satisfied in a relationship having just that or would you want that and a kink or dumb relationship with them or would you rather have a DOM relationship separate? I prefer to have it all together..

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"littles" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

07:55 min | 11 months ago

"littles" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

"The exuberance my daughter had when she ever she got excited about something, and it just kind of takes me back. Even though it's not, it's not because of me that she's having that enjoyment that I get to see it. And it's, you know, oh shit, you know, I missed it. It makes sense. And that's probably part of it to on the female side. I mean, at least on my side too, it's like that sort of donating, you get it. You are involved with the dairy DOM. You adore from your side for my side. I adore him. But then he adores me too. It looks different. There's more checking in. They're more like encourage me to asking you about things and that I've had with either a vanilla relationship or just like a regular Don. Like not a dairy bomb type. Like for me, I like that kind of attention. I like to be checked in on our encouragement and some added accountability that you can sometimes get in those relationships with the right person. I mean, even I already said this, but even more than that, it's just like the ability to be myself and not worry that anybody is going to be judging me or thinking like I'm a child, you know, like, I'm not a child. One of the, you know, it's not the same. I just want to feel free to get excited about things that I want to be excited about and not feel like somebody is going to be judged me because I have to go watch the latest Disney movie the day that it comes out or when I see every word to the beauty of the beast when I watch that movie. I can't help it. I like it. I get that. I enjoy Disney movies as well. And it's harder for me as a male because I can't go to I enjoy watching them. I don't think it's maybe it could be I enjoy being a middle or little. I can't really delve into it. And with Disney movies, I especially like the LEGO Batman, like, hey, that's like a cool movie or even The Lego Movie. I wanted to go see when it came out. And I normally have to find myself where I have to take a day off of work and go see it in the middle of the day like on a Wednesday or Tuesday, the week after, so I can't go opening day by myself. Unless I have a girlfriend or a friend that would, hey, you know, your kids want to go see this movie. You don't, let me take them for you. You know, I got plenty of Friends early back in Texas I had plenty of friends that I was a lot of my kids friends favorite uncle. Even though I don't like kids, I would use them so I can go see a movie without being judged that, oh, look at this perv. He's here. You know, check out our kids, not to watch this movie. So that's something that I have been conscious of. There was what movie was it? It was a Mulan. I think it was Milan, where I went to go see it opening weekend, didn't think anything of it. I was my late 20s, I think. Early 20s, I forgot what it was. But whenever it came out, went by myself, sat down, and I had an empty chair to my right and then I was put it up against a bunch of kids to my left. At some point I had the usher somebody come in and say, sir, can you step outside? And I was like, okay, what the fuck? And so essentially, it was because I made someone uncomfortable because I was there by myself to watch this movie and they presumed that I was there so whatever. And I was like, I'm here to watch his fucking movie. I like kids movies with a big deal. And since I got kicked out and I was like, pissed about that. So then from then on, I made it a point to go watch movies in the middle of the week, first or second showing, so there's kids in school, nobody's going to be there, or if there is it's usually one or two other couples and usually they're sneaking in there because they want to do something in public without being seen. So that's a frustration or an issue that I deal with as a male and it Pis me off. To the supernova and somebody is projecting their own issues on you are already being that happens to. Someone made a TikTok or something that doms are the biggest brats. And I kind of agree with that that doms are brats that they want things and they want things the way they want it, but Tom's or bratz with patience. I think that's the distinction. I can wait out years to do something like how that for a couple of years to hook up with the female. I've held out 11 years to exact vengeance on someone that was terrible. So I have an infinite amount of patients and you know, oh, you don't want to do that? Fine. You're going to do it. Eventually, and, you know, that's my mentality, but that's something that I can identify associate with. So in a sense, you know, brattiness is associated with subs. And I think doms can have elements of subs, but just the way they carry themselves are the way they interact with their dynamic can vary or change, but still like I would still always identify as a DOM. I don't think I could ever enjoy being a suburb of subspace, but I can enjoy aspects of little's middles and brattiness in my own life as I am being a little wanting to watch kid movies. Okay, yeah, but it doesn't mean I want a DOM to watch me color in a book or take me to go buy a build a bear or whatever. You know, if I want to do that, I'll do it on my own. It's not something that I feel a need to share with a DOM. Yeah, I think that makes sense. But I think those are things too that make you make any man who feels that way. Like a good daddy dog because you can get into that stuff too. And it's not just like you're like, oh, you're such a cute little with your little star. You know, like you could do it too. That makes it way more fun. Oh yeah, like I'll be there at build a beer like, oh hey, do you like this outfit or that one? I won't be there with these buttons or maybe we can get this boat. Can we change them out? Do I have to buy both outfits and change them up? Can we mix and match, you know? Yeah, it makes it more fun for everybody when it's like that. And yeah, doms can be like the worst teases, and that's pretty rowdy. No comment. It's so true, right? I like being a cheese. That's part of being like a middle too. I'm not that little can't be that old that anybody can. But definitely, I love I love being a cheese. I'm not very good at being a Brad. I always want to be proud. I would like to do an unfold. So it's hard for me to not to. And once I'm in a mood or it's the right person. And some of that you have to read the energy or know your, you know, your dog or your daddy dumb too, like, it's only fun to be proud of if they will take it as playful. But if they're gonna get all pissy about it and some of them do, that's just sucks all the fun out of it. Yeah, there's levels to it because there's some brats. You know, but I've played with and you know, them being a brat, it's usually they want either one a reaction from me, you know, or they want to get spanking or correction. You know, sometimes as a dumb, you gotta figure out, okay, do they deserve the correction? Or are they just doing this to get the correction or are they doing this just to get a rise out of me? And it's, you know, sometimes it's a lot of subtleties that you gotta read into. Other times it's you misread it and you give them the correction and all they wanted was you to yell at not yell at them, but get after them. I was like, you tell them, hey, don't do that. Or get on your knees and service me instead of the correction or whatever. You know, the various types of punishment that, in most cases aren't punishment, they're enjoyment for both on the outside looking in, it would be or could be seen as a punishment. Yeah, or a punishment. My experience has been with as far as I said goes, if you want, like, for me, if I want them to speak me and I try to be ready to get it, then there's stone because then they don't want to give me what I want. This never works. It's just easier to just feel like you bring your belt or do you want to use my paddle or what? Oh, if you're one of those fun ones,.

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"littles" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

07:14 min | 11 months ago

"littles" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

"Because they're attractive, as far as having sex or being anything with them is just not an appeal to me. But with a good partner that I can trust that I know they're not going to judge me or have this thought, oh no, I can't bring her around my kids or bring him around my kids because he wants to do X Y or Z or whatever that they can have that trusted. It's just going to be this enclosed dynamic placing. I can totally understand that. I mean, it definitely is something that you have to have the right partner, so they can understand that it is just within there are boundaries on all of those and they are safe boundaries or consensual boundaries. They don't have anything to do with underage people in reality or wanting to be an underage person or from the female side if you are identifying as little or middle or whatever that a lot of people assume that you have big unresolved daddy issues and, you know, you're trying to fill voids or this is like some kind of psychological regression as a form of treating your own trauma and that could be true because anything is possible, but I wouldn't in my experience at least from the people. I know that's not the case. That's what this is about now. They may have had struggles with their parent relations in the past. Possible, but it's not for the most part women are not, you know, involving in this getting involved in this kink as just a way to live out those issues or result them or I don't even know. It has nothing to do with that. Is my point. For the most part, there's always exceptions. That's something that, you know, I struggled with this topic or this episode because I'd wanted to bring this to the forefront. Early littles to make it more hey kind of go back to my roots where this podcast should be about kink in a lot of it has been lately personal issues and recounting my own stories where I wanted to do something that would be somewhat educational. And so I struggle with it because the assumption the presumption that most people are going to have is like, oh, ew, this that or the other. And then also, even within our own community, like you said, people will assume things, especially about males and females, males or they would say, you know, yeah, you're a pedo and you're just trying to hide it. And with females, I mean, like you said that they might have some unresolved issues or maybe they in both cases, it could be that they both actually have some type of incest fantasy. And that can be a part of little player middle play, though that would be a different subset or just it would just be an incest play, not so much a middle a little. It could just be an incest idea of doing something with the niece that you thought was hot, you know, growing up ten, 20 years ago or whatever or the female thinking that an uncle or cousin or whoever grandparent or grand uncle, whatever the situation is, there can be that basis for it. But it's not always the case, and that's one of those things that I feel we need more of an education on sharing, hey, you know, yes, that can be an aspect of it, but that's a small percentage where kink in my eyes and my perspective, kink is like a layman's therapy. Normalizing our traumas and finding a way to deal with them with sex, and it doesn't always have to be sexual penetration just to be sexually charged situations. And I think in some ways, too, it's a way of being who you really are. You know, there's so much trust involved and then you can really let out all those aspects of yourself. For me, I've always been into things that are for younger people like cartoons and playing, like, you know, like playing with RVs or with Legos and all that stuff. Or like one of my things too that is just naturally part of my personality is I get super excited about stuff, like little shit that maybe a lot of people don't and in the real world, I feel like I have to temper that and I can't be I want to jump up and down and clap my hands self. When somebody brings donuts to the office, but you know when I'm in a safe space, and I can get excited on whatever the hell I want to get excited about. Nobody judges things that I'm hearing like a child and it's not included. You know, I can get excited about things or freaked out about things and like big exuberant ways and I think it's adorable. I like that. I agree that it's unfortunate that we can't really be ourselves all the time. And we have to segment it into our kinks into a quote unquote safe space that, you know, it feels in a sense that we're repressing our true selves and in a sense, I guess I could say that I'm jealous of gays and the alphabet mafia that are open because, you know, it's not even a kink, and I don't want to minimize what the alphabet mafia goes through or lives in their life, but they get to be their true selves all the time. If they come out in the open. And of course, it's more commonplace now for people to come out. You know, sometimes they don't come out until they're an adult, but at the very least, they get to spend most of their life being who they are, enjoying what they want in their partner in themselves. And in the kink community, we have to be reserved and seek it out without other people knowing without we raise a flag quote unquote and just kind of see who recognizes it, and then you can enjoy that. And then sometimes you might find someone that you've said before, you know, someone will say that they're one thing and they're not really. They just say that because they want to cast a wider net, or maybe they just want to try it, and they just say they are because they don't want to go through the experience of having to learn how to do it. Like you said with the not fake daddy doms, but daddy doms that aren't really daddy doms that mesh with you. And for me, it's usually that being seen as a Superman being seen as the greatest guy on earth and being adored in that sense because males don't often don't get that. You know, even in our relationships, sure your girlfriend appraisal, you know, you put up that shell for you changed my tire. Oh, thank you so much, blah blah blah. You don't always get that. You know, sometimes you're like, oh, thanks for that. That's it. No praise. Like, hey, you know, I carry this on my shoulder 5 blocks and that's it. You know? But it's just a male burden, and it's not like, you know, it's the worst thing in the world. It's just something that, okay, fine. We're sometimes appreciated what we do, but not always. And when we are, we're not appreciated in the way that we would like. And of course, yeah, we should vocalize that and share that with our partner, hey, you know, I'd appreciate it if you were more of a cheerleader. But then that conversation can devolve into well, why should I do that for you? And a whole other thing that just it's easier to not have that conversation. So I get excited whenever I see a little even if it's not directed at me that they get excited,.

"littles" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

07:28 min | 11 months ago

"littles" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

"More inclusive, sometimes it's been changed to CG LG caregiver little girl because there are also mommy and littles, so there's that whole thing. But you identify as a middle, so would you mind explaining what you like about it? What headspace do you get into in all the things that you enjoy about being a middle? Sure. Gosh. For me, I mean, one of the big things is that it's kind of straddles the two between being like little and then being like, growing up adults, you're so you still have some of those playful aspects and can get into doing some things that might be more identified with little but then also there's a whole lot of sexy with it. You know? And I don't know, just a lot of praise. How do you find. It's kind of like you get the best of both worlds for me. The way that I live out being the middle and identified that way is having the best of both worlds. So I don't I'm not like a little space person or anything like that. But, you know, there's times when I just want to color or I like to play games or, you know, I go to build a bear and make myself a bear, but boy, I like to sex it up like no other. So like that whole. Thing of like the sort of age group of being like, it's kind of like that 1314 age group that are still still girls, but want to be seen very sexy. And then we'll address their behavior that way. That's a lot of fun for me. Do you enjoy being in middle space alone or do you like doing that with a partner? If with the partner, anything interaction or just him being around and watching you, presumably, I'm thinking you're a caregiver as a daddy and not a mommy. That's correct. Okay. It's both. It depends. The thing is like, it has to be the right person to be there around them. Because not everybody gets on that, they have to be comfortable with it. And it's really fun when they get into it because there are some debt is that you can partner with that like encourage that kind of behavior that's the most fun because then because then you know that they enjoy it too. And however their enjoyment is, I don't know if they enjoy it because you enjoy it and they just like to see you happy or that's a part of their team that they really are getting into either way. It's cool with me. It's just it's more fun when they're into because I don't really get there, like I've had dogs in the past, even those that have said they're like daddy dogs. They don't really. They don't care. It's not that they would be bummed by it, but they're not really into it, either. And if they're not then on record. That's around with any of my friend by myself, or talk to my Friends. Yeah, I think it's definitely one of those comfort level and trust level things because of course you have to have that basic trust consent and safety in kink to begin with. Some kinks require more trust in that one, you won't be judged for being into that kink because, you know, there's some things that some people are like, ew, you're into that. I've seen, and I've heard that reaction from several people throughout my life, or at least in my experience in the kin community. So I can get that, you know, you still have to reserve yourself from oversharing because you got to worry about what people will think of you. And then also I think you have to worry about what people will assume of you because of that. I don't know what people would assume of females, but I know as a male often assume that as a daddy that I have some type of either incest kink or pedo kink or kink, which is which would be more accurate because for middles. So pedophiles are usually the ones that are attracted to prepubescent, children. And hebephiles are the ones that are attracted to pubescent children. And in my experience, some of it is that I had a daughter and I raised her and of course, you know, there's a small time frame where your daddy's little girl and she has you wrapped around her finger and to her you are Superman. You are the greatest man on earth and you know nothing can change that until they get older until they either see you as flawed because of your behavior or they just grow out of it. You know, one or the other. Either case. So you know I enjoyed playing tea time tea parties playing dolls dress up. I'm getting my fingernails paid in that kind of stuff to shower that I cared about it and it was affection. It wasn't anything sexual about it. Just making my daughter happy. Earlier in my life before I had a daughter, there were times where I was kind of stuck in not in a relationship, but in sexual interactions with underage females when I was between 18 to 21, where I would meet these girls and dance clubs or they would meet me online and they would lie about their age. They would say, oh yeah, I'm 18 I'm 19, or they would say things to the effect that oh yeah, you know, Wednesdays and Thursday are my late Dave in school, which, as an adult, okay, she's in college and she's taking more classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays. So there's that assumption on my own end that, okay, she's older she's in college and then you find I found out later that they're underage. And at the time, you know, I was scared because, you know, shit, I can go to prison. I can get statutory rape charges, and all these other things, so finding out was this turn off, fear and shit now what I do if I break it off, then they'll probably get mad and upset and then tell their parents and then I got to go and I'm going to be imprisoned, and if I keep going, then we get caught. So I got to figure out a way to taper this relationship down for my own safety. That was my thought and then I just didn't enjoy the sex with them anymore. As I got older, I was like, damn, I missed out on being able to have sex with an underage girl. And it isn't something that I would pursue it isn't something that I want to have. It's just more of a fantasy as like damn. I could have at least enjoyed it a couple of times because I was close to the agent at least in Texas. The law is, if you're within three years of age, so if she's 17 and I'm 20, that's legal. She's 16 and I'm 19. That's legal in Texas. And some of those that was a case in some of the instances, but there were times where it was a 13 or 14 year old girl when I was 19 when they were lying about their age or sneaking into a dance club. Now as an adult, I was like, damn, you know, it's like I missed out on having that pervious or that dirtiness of not only is it just sex, but it sex with an underage girl, and you know, for lack of a better term, just enjoying it or being in the moment with it. So now I enjoy little play at age play because it's kind of pretending to do that. Getting that being able to live out that fantasy that I couldn't enjoy at the time when I had it or took for granted or however you want to phrase it or look at it. So to be clear, I don't have any interest in females under 18, most females under 25 to me are just vapid and stupid, so I generally avoid.

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"littles" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

07:22 min | 11 months ago

"littles" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

"Welcome to another episode of my favorite. Today I'm going to talk about metals and littles. Now, this is more of a kink episode because I'm trying to fall back to my roots and I've realized that I haven't gone in depth with some of the stuff. So within the king community and with them doms and subs, there's a subset of that kink, usually referred to as DDL G, which is daddy DOM little girl. It can take a variety of forms. It doesn't have to be specifically daddies. It can be mommies, or it could be caregiver, so depending on the little's preference, perhaps the little or middle, like to have a caregiver because it had a bad or traumatic experience with their father or mother, and they won't want to use that word because it'll trigger an old trauma or an old wound. But for the point of this, I'm going to use daddy and littles. There could be misconception that daddy's in littles have some type of pet oak or incest kink or some kind of negative connotation. And I can see that from the mainstream thinking that the distinction is most of us would probably jump in and assume, oh my God, a pedo or a he need to go to jail. He shouldn't exist, but that same train of thought that same mentality will start of gaze. And not to diminish gaze or to elevate pedophilia to have acceptance, but there is studies that show that it is something that didn't develop in the mind growing up. But it doesn't mean that all petals are sexual predators. It just means they have that preference, and they keep it to themselves because even vocalizing that to a therapist usually will have the police involved. It's presumed that the person that's emitting it is planning or wanting to do something. And they have no outlet to be able to talk about these things. For more information on this, I'll have a link in the show notes, referring to doctor James Cantor, his studies show that more often than not, sexual predators of miners are usually crimes of opportunity where the stepfather or the boyfriend is dating a mother, the mother is off at work. The stepfather, the boyfriend, the adult male happens to be around a younger female under HV mail to girlfriend's daughter, and it's kind of opportunity more than a desire that he wants or likes underage girls. Pedophiles and sexual molesters or sexual predators can be in two distinct categories. Getting back to the focus of this, there can be a lot of fulfillment in kink, especially non sexual fulfillment overcoming a trauma. For example, for my baby girl. She wrote fast as most kids grow up these days. And I did enjoy having tea parties with her and having my nails painted and hanging out and doing things for her. And essentially being like her Superman. And it was a small window that she saw me as that as she idolized me, and that would be from like second to about 5th or 6th grade where I would show up and help out for parties and whatnot. She was always proud of me because I would do stuff like carry to a cooler over my shoulders full of ice and sodas to go out to whatever the field day or whatever was going on with school that I was attending or chaperoning or helping out with, you know, it was a great feeling being seen as a Superman at being seen as the greatest thing on earth. Of course, she grew up fast. Any case, that's a feeling that I can't get. I can't go randomly to a playground and ask a child to see me as a Superman. That would be creepy weird and just inappropriate. Whereas I could fulfill that in a kink environment or a kink role with a little with the sub. There could be be added element of sex. But for this episode, I want to focus more on the littles themselves and why they enjoy this type of space or subspace. And as a note if I haven't mentioned it before, maybe if I mentioned in a previous episode, subspace is the headspace that the sub is in the mental place that they go to to relax and enjoy the being and being a sub. Now, middles usually refer to page play or age players that identify in a slightly older bracket than littles. Littles usually are somewhere between like 5 and ten years old for 5 to prepubescent. And middles are more preteen to teen ages between 11 and 17. They sometimes find themselves switching quote unquote from time to time. It is not so much or at least as a way I see it from the DOM's perspective that they don't switch because that they decide they don't want to be playing with little kid things like one minute, the little or sub would want to have a Tea Party and the next thing she might want to color and the coloring book on her bed likes kicked up and listening to some type of teen artists or artists from when she was a teen. That she remembers falling like some type of boy band. Now, medals typically enjoy teenage activities, which would be like collecting posters, watching teen dramas, anime, trying on makeup, hairstyles, temporary tattoos, teen aesthetics, anything that would remind them being a teenager back when they were younger. However, these specific activities don't just define middles, not all metals are going to watch anime. And that also doesn't mean that anime fans are middles. The key component of littles and middles in their subspace is that they're free from any worry of adult worries adult, things that they have to be preoccupied. They can be present and comfortable and in the now and in the moment and they can behave in a brattier manner. Having the world looked it off their shoulders, where they don't have to worry about bills and jobs and emails and responding to things that they can be in a place where they are being cared for or looked after, and not even that the DOM has to be supervising them or watching them or from being in other room, just that they know that they can be in a room or in a place adjacent to or in a separate room from the DOM, but knowing that the DOM is going to prevent any of those outside adult worries come in and affect them. But then also catering to them and being a caregiver, making them meal cooking for them, joining them for tea parties or joining them on any activity that would be a normal interaction to be with their sub. Now, sometimes the middle or little behaving in whatever age group that they want to be in, can enjoy sexual acts. Now, to be clear, the caregiver and little dynamic to roll where the adults play with the full awareness and consent of what they're doing, there is no actual underage people interacting in these situations. Neither is sexualizing them. We're not sexualizing youth or we're not sexualizing minors. The company or the playfulness or having fun with the idea of quote unquote H play. And middles, as well as littles can be adults of any race any age, gender, profession, orientation, nothing defines a little other than how you act. They choose that for themselves. Whatever low law wants exactly. You didn't think I'd know that. Trying to thought. Okay, yeah. So Lola is my special guest today. And we're talking about a specific kink as mentioned before about middles and littles. And littles are more common in the sense that most kink sites most relationships are referred to as DD LG,.

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"littles" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"littles" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Of my life. Do you want travis. I don't know to be able to smile and have it not say thirty years to not. Who's a research things. I'll go on in a mike. You know trying to research. Make sure that. I'm like okay. And everything he look bad and mike. I think i'm dying. You know like our semi mouth is gonna fall off cool. how do you just sluggish. Oh just because. I can't like eat. Any you like nutrients good food. I wasn't sleeping well. What was that thing. The tech bros. Made up like two years ago where it was like. Don't have time to eat drink. This and then they named it soil which made a lot of people who were familiar with the movie. Go you have it. So here's the problem. Though with even by drinking things. I needed to be like an escort bottle because it just off on this podcast. How dare you I was going to but it was. Just what the weather today. I was gonna go to mcdonald's and get chicken nuggets and then cut them up like get something i've had. Yesterday i went to a place to get some donuts. Not gonna say their name They they call munchkins like rhythm apart cycle. You like a little bird little bird and it's getting better but like the scab on the outside it like you know when you're talking smile it starts to like wanna break open you should drink insurer. And it's in the worst location. He should drink ensure when i got hit in the face with a with a line drive. I had to drink insurer for a week. It was what is that breakfast. Think it's for. I don't know if this is true. I thought it was for older. People like a meal. Boosts to give nutrients and stuff but it's in liquid form so it's like insure desert. Yeah it's not. I wouldn't call it the d. word i would say it's like a no. I'm was quoting khania. Oh of course the wire as if we would pick up on that my bad. That's my bad my bad. I haven't listened to through the wire and in a minute. Insure for dinner. You didn't say it in the right inflection. The emphasis was on the wrong head. I couldn't imagine if i like broke my jaw like not being able to like eat. Anything and everything. You're like jaws wired shut. Has i might see my cousin. Had that happened. Where she i forget. What exactly happened is a softball. Injury saw fall related injury. I think it was from what i remember. I was young when it happened But from what. I remember She was standing behind home plate and it was practiced but her teammate. Like was messing around and the bat came like she flung the bat backwards and at clutter you. We had interest withrow kershaw. Yup broke her jaw. I remember her having like her. It wasn't for a very long time. But she had her jaw wired in place because it has to heal properly they have to lake reset your jaw But it was terrible. She couldn't talk. She couldn't eat anything properly. She needed to be like fed through a tube. Like this is hair. Nash potatoes jazz. I used to eat those country. Crock mashed potato mashed potatoes like three loss. Four days now Bad i've been. I've been making a lot of like a root beer. Floats airline love a root beer float. Shout out to a root beer float an oldie but a goodie a classic opposite of shoutout to a coke float. Something that. I think people kept trying to make happen but just was not working for me all right so i will omit the one i've been have and this is a coke. Zero zero floater using fat free ice cream briars ice cream but only going pop. I have my houses for my check and cokes. And so let's have broken at least here at least you're doing with what you have. I mean the doctor the vet said to me just feed her bland food like chicken and rice and then she just kind of looked at me. And then i looked at her. She looked at me and she goes. Or i can give you food can that i have here and i was like. Oh i schedule. I don't even cook for myself. You'll meet a cook for my dog. Which honestly. I'm probably going to the only thing that could motivate me to make chicken and rice Would be 'cause my little baby hurdle needs it but it is funny that when my dog is sick i feed her. The diet that the A former Suit at espn shadow. Glenn jacobs used to eat day for lunch. He would just eat boiled chicken with rice. And you have a sick dogs Diet you know back shutout glenn all right joy to eat this chicken and rice. It's like the default meal for men trying to like cook and be healthy and it's like our air me just you can't see them. Let me go the easiest route chicken and rice. That'll work well. It's a staple you know who doesn't love larry chain. Yeah like you're trying to prep like one for the week. Be simplest thing to make chicken and right. We're if you're a woman or if you're not quite frankly. I used it the only my specialty mule. When i was in new york city with zero money was i would buy those little one minute. Brown rice cups chop up another kado. Which i was using like a quarter of kado per bowl of this because avocados were expensive and again i was broke. My cereal came bags. And then i would put chicken and black beans brown rice from the microwave avocados black beans and chicken and it was delicious. I felt so fancy. Sometimes you can weirdly. Toss a little all three dollars yet. Do whatever you gotta do. The avocado itself was three dollars. Honestly get like the nora sides are so surface. Don't you have to still cook. Those though aren't though still on a stove top nope in the microwave. Ooh girl technology is crazy in it. Moves so fast I watched a documentary yesterday. While we're still here in friendly banter. I just want to say it was very. It was very heavy. But it's not new. I don't think but it was called rewind. I watched it on amazon. I think on amazon prime and it was one of the most like i. Don't know interesting documentaries. I've ever watched it's very heavy again. It's it's about a kid who experienced sexual abuse as a child and he's going through his home movies and talking about it. But i don't know it's if it's something you can handle. I can't recommend it enough. It was Just fascinating To just watch like see a slice of someone's life like that a life that you all hope that you and the people you love will never have to experience but that some people still do to be able to get insight into. That was a really really interesting. So i don't know random movie recommendation from me but not even a with my chest recommendation. Because i understand. It's probably pretty tough to watch. But it's that's where. I'm at again reading a lot of kirkegaard Feeling like the world is ending searching for purpose. That's the the brand of katie nolan. That we get today. So i could pretend to be the other one but it would not be very convincing because like i said i wanted to be a theater kid but it never stuck off very good actress. Is it just me or documentaries. Like the new cool. I feel like there's doctorates nonsense. Good i i never thought i would be but why big recently little they would show us the most boring. I don't like this happened. Then this happened or maybe. I'm just remembering it wrong and with my adult brain and maybe we just didn't understand the depth of what they were trying to say but the they just didn't documentaries. You're so well made now. So i love them. Are you pro. doc travis. what's the last docu What's the latest one thing. Because right before i watched rewind just to buy you some time i watched one called the woman. Who wasn't there about a very famous woman who survived nine eleven. Had this crazy.

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"littles" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

Pop Culture Junkie

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"littles" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

"You can find me on. Instagram at sean. Trinidad s. h. a. u. n. a. t. r. I n. i d a. d. I am on twitter at shawna trinidad and please follow all of the pop culture junkie. Social media handles so we are pop dot culture junkies on instagram. We are pop. Culture junkie on facebook and flees join our group of pop culture junkie support group where we talk about all things nerdy pop culture themes and. Please give a vote in the upcoming junkies. Choice awards we just put out a cool thing that you can click through and make all your votes We have a ton of really funny core category so mean to call have a little show coming up and we announced the winners We do also have some brand spanking. New merck shouts on the website. So www dot pop culture junkie dot com. Does anybody say the www anymore. I don't think so. It's i'm like listen to the radio to the www's so we have some new mircha. It's really cool We have a buffy theme sure and then we just have our regular culture junkies. Shirts bone cases hoodie. So get your swag and that is it for this week. Thanks again sam yes thank you. Thanks guys everyone. By junkie is production of pop culture. Entertainment group all rights reserved..

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"littles" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"littles" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"He goes. No. They say he do in India. Is this Donald Chicken Littles me sick in me. Hey, note with, you know, can't teasing And that guy is so me. No. So you're going out with Mr Money that up? I'm going to let mama Bye Bye bye. Bye bye. That way, But it's gonna get Don't do me. No, no, no, thank you. There you are. Fine with me, but I assume I'm right. Get up. Just above that. And with her exit does nothing I say is a thing called Parasomnia Plan lessons As soon as I get the company will Supermercados skidded away when I fought, though they say that a casino would allow for that Dana's McKinney and stolen Packing up, but I get to some eagles. They say single Cedeno's exit doors. Nothing they say is Buddha thing, Call. That's starting to be in. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You'll probably moved along and give anybody noticed you, Mogollon tell people to stay off the lawn. Compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complain about having to mow the lawn again. Good news is it's easy.

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"littles" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"littles" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Of the end of every more 50 in that Ms Lor. What is, uh, Littles. Whatever. I don't want to call it anything. I'm not saying anything on the radio, but it didn't happen on the air. Okay? Ah! You're right. You're right. You're in sensitivity was not available for the public anyway. That being said 7349 at 18 57 34 1918 50 joy you maybe hated on the radio, But I like you, man. You keep calling baby. I listen to you. I may not agree with everything you say. But I'll listen to what you have to say, because you got past my man. You got passion. You wanna beat Ohio State and that my friend is what we have to do. That being said, I agree, Mustapha. I agree with you. Maybe. Maybe maybe we don't need this that spring season, but the coaches do they need football. They need that sense of, um around. They need to coach up somebody. Just remember that 7349 at 18 50. Let's go to five o'clock. Jin Mike. What up, Mike? No, I'm Romeo like today. Romeo went up, Romeo. Yeah, I love personality J. Mo A second personality, Mike Yeah. Romeo, Mike, You know, I like to hear J. J talk about swimming, and I would just love J. J Do a flip turn his Speedo. In mystery picking Oh, Again. I want a gato. Who is the best swimmers? Athletes of the current Mark Spitz. Or Greg Louganis. Mother, Dana Diver. Again. It was a diamond and not a swimmer. Not a swimmer. Perhaps you want to meet my seatbelt. Helped build the spit. No spit marks. Hominy Hominy gold medalist Mark Spitz wins. What you think and what Olympic that he win them. I'm going to go with you. I want him in Munich. Yeah. Munich. Yeah. We're going to get 72. Nobody had that way. We're going to get that. 72 his Munich. Geno. Did he call miss that now? I call myself Thank you. There's no old Robert Gold. Don't you ever that wrapper, man. You talk about that You don't have the heart to dance. You did well. My name is help D lets you know what's going on. Yeah, the Humpty dance is your chance to do the hump. Very well. So that's that's your new nickname Men, Humpty. Okay? Okay, dams. Jamelle told you fat, So you know, I'm just doing my goodness gracious. I did not call that may In fact, Vijay Mode, You archive our phone calls. Yes, your Khun. Go on the podcast and you're on there, Mike. Because, you know, I want to know. Did I use the You know the number through? I'm Humpty Dumpty, because among the bring over you have that You. You have not, said Humpty Dumpty. All right, Healthy piece that on the wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. So all of the kings for you and all the King's men tried to Hey. Dry, healthy in brother over easy. You are. Be tried to put Humpty back together again. Or he just throw Humpty in the eastern basket in cover up of that fake drink graft..

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"littles" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"littles" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"littles" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"littles" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Littles are better prepared, but there's also no doubt that the virus has the upper hand. This virus is not going to go away on its own. We have to stop it. Former CDC director Tom Frieden spoke to Fox News Sunday. Governor De Santa said Sunday he did not want to ban bars from serving customers alcohol, but they left the state no choice. He had so many examples. Where those guidelines were just tossed the side and in the instances where we've seen outbreaks tied two establishments like that it is invariably been because they packed so many people in and created a type of environment that we're trying to avoid. Florida's top Democrats says the pause in Florida's reopening proved her right. Agriculture Commissioner Nicky Freed says it happened too soon. Miss created a false sense of security for all of our citizens in our state. We opened up so fast you don't see our governor wearing mask. You don't see the president wearing a mask and And people are thinking that covetous behind us, and that's just not accurate. As of Sunday, the state reports 3419 death from covered 19 more than half of them residents or staff members at long term care facilities. Florida schools continue to consider how they can reopen this coming academic year. The Miami Dade School District says it will finalize its playing this coming week. For now, if there is a significant shift in terms of identified cases in Miami Dade, the plan that we have in place even though they are malleable and flexible to adaptation may need to be revisited. Superintendent Alberto Carvalho says if students returned full time they will have an in school contact tracing system to track any covet 19 cases with Florida's news..

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"littles" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

12:38 min | 2 years ago

"littles" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Do you know if you have like five glasses of water a day should you put in five Littles pinches of salt in each one absolutely and I'm glad that to complete this conversation because some of your listeners may be on a low sodium diet and that could seem rather strange to be adding sodium to water so I want to give them some tricks to but not before I say you know when they take you to the hospital because you're super dehydrated what do they do they give you an IV bag with sailing so what we're doing with adding a tiny bit of tension salt to water basically is creating a very diluted form of sailing which is far more hydrating then just tap or bottled water without without this the extra materials that come in and create energy in the water again okay and what was the other technique you can recommend so you know I squeeze a lemon is a classic old technique it comes from many traditions and it turns out that when you squeeze that lemon juice into the water you are also starting this energizing quality that we're trying to get back Salim nature's way you can use apple cider vinegar capsule and toss it in that's actually a great thing to do before you go out drinking because that apple cider vinegar will eat up the sugars in the drink any alcohol before it raises your insulin levels so these are old you know I'm an anthropologist I've looked at indigenous traditions an old wives approaches as a you know so you're taking them seriously and looked at what are the medical results from the from the a lot of old ideas water plus something is what energizes water so I will want to nail for your listeners they don't want to be drinking just a glass of water anymore they always want to do something to it either add a pinch of salt a squeeze of lemon a cheap bag even has natural materials herbs and flowers in it that will help change that water and give it energy back I saw that down terms of the lamb and how much of the let men do you put in there Kay and can you use the condensed lemon juice that comes in the green bottles you can't look we just want to start and get it going and it just is one of those slices of lemon so again if you're somewhere out at a restaurant and they hand you that you know ever ever not empty bought water there I was giving you a big glass of water at restaurants just squeeze a lemon and their squeeze a line in there if you have thought you can put it each one of those things add a bit more energy to the water which allows it now to pass into the past your cell membrane and actually get in to yourself and then when you feel the difference you will feel a difference and another great benefit is you won't have to drink as much so all that keen comes down that's really valuable for people who you know we have to drive a truck all day or their the elderly and they're concerned about being incontinent and they don't drink which is very bad for their brain because they're going to they're worried about team in that case I would recommend something like coconut milk putting you know account foods that Kerry hydration but also Kerry absorbed its power so that you don't need as much liquid but you still get a great hydration tell us the story Gina about your mother this is this is very precious to me I was studying as I mentioned different cultures desert cultures learning how desert dwellers cope with it with drought while I'm taking those those those of research data in I'm going through old ethnographies I'm visiting different sites I keep getting messages that my mother in a nursing home is suffering from chronic dehydration of all things and she kept being shipped back and forth between hospitals and I just beside myself I just had to solve this somehow it was like I can't let her here I am learning how all these other cultures deal with literally drought in it I'm gonna say it but my mother's nursing home our offices are schools they are basically at drought conditions now the way we live under fluorescent lights with hi computer use in mobility hi prescriptions processed foods drywall for heaven's sakes George I mean we live in desert environments truly inside our houses and schools are are nursing homes so for me this became really very passionate pursuit to try to bring new strategies into the very compromised environments we're living in we're basically all dehydrated and with my mom I discovered a very simple I was you know like how my gonna help her I can't get her to drink anymore you know that the staff was helping her at the nursing home you know they just go about their business the and they don't have any real strategies for hydration that aren't just asking their residents to drink more which many of them refuse for for lots of different reasons some of which I've already given and when I decided to do is use a seed from the Mexican Tarahumara tribe called she S. C. it's a desert say the C. H. I. agencies yes yeah we I see those in stores all over the place they have become very widespread and and when I was pronounced the child but it's G. U. Y. just now said however you want just please get some in trouble if you they are one of the most highly hi gel releasing plants and to back up a little bit in my research I discovered that desert people use gel like plants and of course I want you to think of cactus and aloe because that jail in there that gel like quality is a really nature's concentrated water how do you in just the cheer China seeds so you can I I sent my mom a package and I asked the nursing staff to literally just mix a teaspoon and her orange juice in the morning I knew she would drink her orange juice and I knew that those chia seeds would begin to re open up and release gel like an aloe gel and that would extend her hydration true the afternoon until we could get our another serving of some kind that we covered my mother she never had another dehydrating that's an amazing story so what people you know are going through their day and like you said they feel tired fatigue a little sluggish what are the odds that it's dehydration as opposed to malnutrition or some other stupid thing okay I'm glad you asked because that the cells our bodies and our our brain are high water content entities you know if there's vassals filled with water so it is more likely to be dehydration that it is any of those other things those are way down the line malnutrition comes from being dehydrated you have to have enough water in your system to take apart the very nutrients that are coming in so even something like prescription medication we now know that it isn't and ask and ask to aspirin and a glass of water it's two glasses of water into aspirins because we don't have enough water in our system to take apart or medications or to to dismember the chemical content material content of our food and all of these are having intact but the upstream solution is getting not more hydration but better hydration what is what percent of the people do you think are dehydrated walking around and they don't even know what well I am a fan of doctors act bush's at triple board certified physician brilliant young physician who's really wow the medical world his specialty is hydration and he says a hundred percent of the people come to see me are dehydrated now I'm not surprised by that because I am an anthropologist looking at the environments that we live in and I know that modern environments whether it's driving in commutes with cars or trains or riding the airplanes or going back into those offices where its duties are very dehydrating environments then we add on top of that now George were using and this is why I think we're even more dehydrated then we were say five years ago or seven years ago with the advent of the cell phone really how come my computer use your cell phone is the hydrating you also well that phone is bringing frequencies into our cells and water is the most sensitive of all of the receptors body you're changing the frequency your reorganizing the water molecule and so that's it's a big problem plus you know phones are hot computers are hot and then another though so that's two places that they affect this the third place is when we're on the phone we tend to lean forward and our whole spinal canal or synovial fluid to going down our spinal canal is constricted just like a garden hose in fact when we sit and are we here we are so in more in mobile in this society that our whole canal systems our whole inner irrigation our king and not flowing freely as they would if we were standing more often or walking or moving around more often we had a doctor on the program a million years ago I called them doctor Batman and yeah he he wrote a book about this your body's many cries for water yes it's a brilliant tax he was really the pre the preeminent pioneer showing that water is the upstream solution when he had no other medications to offer the his fellow prisoners he was unfortunately a victim of unfortunately a victim of the Iranian revolution he was ordered it to be the positions of the prisoners yet he had no recourse to any kind of medications the only thing they had was a water fountain Jeez and he was really able to document how he treated so many different conditions just by improving people's hydration tell us a little bit about the book clench working people get it yes well it's on Amazon it's at any local bookstore would be thrilled to have you there's that we've we wrote it because we are very concerned about not just making people drink more while at the same time recognizing how important high creationists so we put fifty recipes in there of the highest hydrating foods we could come up with and we love sharing knows we just love sharing of storage because their gentle they're nutritious there lovely to eat and they really improve people's mood and their greatness and they're alertness they're very ability to receive more life if I can just be bold no.

"littles" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"littles" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"AM at dot com do you know if you have like five glasses of water a day should you put in five Littles pinches of salt in each one absolutely and I'm glad that to complete this conversation because some of your listeners may be on a low sodium diet and that could seem rather strange to be adding sodium to water so I want to give them some tricks to but not before I say you know when they take you to the hospital because you're super dehydrated what do they do they give you an IV bag with failing so what we're doing with adding a tiny bit of tension salt to water basically is creating a very diluted form of failing which is far more hydrating then just tap or bottled water without without this the extra materials that come in and create energy in the water again okay and what was the other technique you LL and recommend so you know I squeeze a lemon is a classic old technique it comes from many traditions and it turns out that when you squeeze that land and Jews into the water you are also starting this energizing quality that we're trying to get back interesting actually nature's way you can use apple cider vinegar capsule and toss it in that's actually a great thing to do before you go out drinking because that apple cider vinegar will eat up the sugars in the drink any alcohol before it raises your insulin levels so these are old you know I'm an anthropologist I've looked at indigenous traditions an old wives approaches as the you know seared taken them seriously and looked at what are the medical results from the from the a lot of old ideas water plus something is what energizes water so I will want to nail for your listeners they don't want to be drinking just a glass of water anymore they always want to do something to it either add a pinch of salt a squeeze of lemon a key bag even has natural materials herbs and flowers in it that will help change that water and give it energy back I'm gonna take your advice to the down terms of the lamb and how much of the let men do you put in there Kay and can you use the condensed lemon juice that comes in the green bottles yes you can't look we just want to start and get it going and it just is one of those slices of lemon so again if you're somewhere out at a restaurant and they hand you that you know ever ever not empty bought water there I was giving you a big last of water at restaurants just squeeze a lemon and their squeeze a line in there if you have the file you can put it each one of those things add a bit more energy to the water which allows it now to pass anti past your cell membrane and actually get in to yourself what and then when you feel a difference you will feel a difference and another great benefit is you won't have to drink as much so all that keen comes down that's really valuable for people who you know we have to drive a truck all day or they're on the elderly and they're concerned about being incontinent and they don't drink which is very bad for their brain because they're going to they're worried about team in that case I would recommend something like coconut milk putting you know account foods that Kerry hydration but also Kerry absorbed its powers so that you don't need as much liquid but you still get a great hydration tell us the story Gina about your mother this is this is very precious to me I was studying as I mentioned different cultures desert cultures learning how desert dwellers cope with it with drought while I'm taking those those those of research data in I'm going through old ethnographies I'm visiting different sites I keep getting messages that my mother in a nursing home is suffering from chronic the hydration all things and she kept being shipped back and forth between hospitals and I've just beside myself I just had to solve this somehow it was like I can't let her here I am learning how all these other cultures deal with literally drought and I'm gonna say it but my mother's nursing home our offices are schools they are basically at drought conditions now the way we live under fluorescent lights with hi computer use in mobility hi prescriptions processed foods drywall for heaven's sakes George I mean we live in desert environments truly inside our houses and are on sure old are are nursing homes so for me this became really very passionate pursuit to try to bring new strategies into the very compromised environments we're living in we're basically all dehydrated and with my mom I discovered a very simple I was you know like how my gonna help her I can't get her to drink anymore you know that the staff was helping her at the nursing home you know they just go about their business and they don't have any real strategies for hydration that aren't just asking their residents to drink more which many of them refuse for for lots of different reasons some of which I've already given and when I decided to do is use a seed from the Mexican Tarahumara tribe called she S. C. it's a desert sage the C. H. I. H. seeds yes yeah we I see those in stores all over the place they have become very widespread and and when I was pronounced a child but it's chia well you just announce it however you want just please get some in trouble if you they are one of the most highly hi gel releasing plants and to back up a little bit in my research I discovered that desert people use gel like plants and of course I want you to think of cactus an aloe because that jail in there that gel like quality is a really nature's concentrated water how do you in just the chi a giant seeds so you can I I sent my mom a package and I asked the nursing staff to literally just mix a teaspoon in her orange juice in the morning I knew she would drink her orange juice and I knew that those cheese seeds would begin to re open up and release gel like an aloe gel and that would extend her hydration true the afternoon until we could get our another serving of some kind of interesting that we covered my mother she never had another dehydrating and that's an amazing story so what people you know are going through their day and like you said they feel tired fatigued a little sluggish what are the odds that it's dehydration as opposed to malnutrition or some other stupid thing okay I'm glad you asked because that the cells our bodies and our our brain are high water content entities you know there's vessels filled with water so it is more likely to be dehydration that it is any of those other things those are way down the line malnutrition comes from being dehydrated you have to have enough water in your system to take apart the very nutrients that are coming in so even something like prescription medication we now know that it isn't and ask and ask to aspirin and a glass of water it's two glasses of water into aspirins because we don't have enough water in our system to take apart are medications or to to dismember the chemical content material content of our food and all of these are having impact but the upstream solution is getting not more hydration but better hydration what what percent of people do you think are dehydrated walking around and they don't even know what well I am a fan of doctors act bush's at triple board certified physician brilliant young physician who's really wow the medical world his specialty is hydration and he says a hundred percent of the people come to see me are dehydrated now I'm not surprised by that because I am an anthropologist looking at the environments that we live in and I know that modern environments whether it's driving in commutes with cars or trains or riding the airplanes or going back into those offices where its duties are very dehydrating environments then we add on top of that now George were using and this is why I think we're even more dehydrated and we were say five years ago or seven years ago with the advent of the cell phone really how come my computer use your cell phone is the hydrating I'll show well that phone is bringing frequencies into ourselves and water is the most sensitive of all of the receptors body you're changing the frequency your reorganizing the water molecule and so that's it's a big problem plus you know phones are hot computers are hot and then another though so that's two places that they affect this the third place is when we're on the phone we tend to lean forward and our whole spinal canal or synovial fluid to going down our spinal canal is constricted just like a garden hose in fact when we sit and are we are we are so in more in mobile in this society that our whole canal systems our whole inner irrigation arcane and not flowing freely as they would if we were standing more often or walking or moving around more often we had a doctor on the program a million years ago I called him doctor Batman and yeah he I revere him he wrote a book about this your body's many cries for water yes it's a brilliant tax he was really the pre the preeminent pioneer showing that water is the upstream solution when he had no other medications to offer the his fellow prisoners he was unfortunately a victim of unfortunately a victim of the Iranian revolution he was ordered it to be the positions of the prisoners yet he had no recourse to any kind of medications the only thing they had was a water Jeez and he was really able to document how he treated so many different conditions just by improving people's hydration tell us a little bit about the book quench working people get it yes well it's on Amazon it's at any local bookstore would be thrilled to have you there's that we we wrote it because we are very concerned about not just making people drink more while at the same time recognizing how important hydration is so we put fifty recipes in there of the highest hydrating foods we could come up with and we love sharing knows we just love sharing of storage because their gentle they're nutritious there lovely to eat and they really improve people's mood and their brightness in their alertness they're very ability to receive more life if I can just be bold no.

"littles" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"littles" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You kind of like you have to yeah do Littles been an outspoken anti well I'll be a Google clash of cultures and put the St Louis blues were there last night are they really worth it though I know they were all yeah I didn't even catch a here's the deal Jimmie ward is a forty niner player of the week okay he's back man and as kind of scene and said he'd be wearing his Jersey let's get into that will ask about the Randy tree to his that's his that's his turf at defensive back land rams pushing all their chips in on the table talk about that next after traffic on a Wednesday October sixty the children autobody traffic deaths west bound for remains a parking lot out of any doctor crashed pretty much at the top of the will pass continues to block the right lane it is a bumper to bumper from Summersville southbound emits a slow ride to thirty eight down the Stevenson in Fremont all right around the street in the middle of all that there's a fender Bender reported that might be partially blocking the right lane there cemetery bridge west ninety two stacked up eight eighty out to mid span already in a look at yourself be drive north bound onto eighty right before you get to the seventeen eighty eighty interchange there's a wreck reported in the second lane from the left is backing up towards what Lupe parkway north down one oh one in San Jose now slowing from Europe winter road up to about the airport and we are back to through the maze now the bay bridge KNBR morning show with Murph and mac KNBR one oh four five and six in the sports league there.