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Chris Elston Is Standing Against the Mutilation of Young Transkids
"Give me some examples of what's on the billboards that you are carrying to these events. Sure. My main message is children can not consent to puberty blockers. These are drugs that stop their bodies from going into puberty. With the logic that if you're 14 year old young girl, if you're a 15 year old young boy raging hormones, that time of life we've all been through, consent just simply does not apply to somebody who hasn't reached the majority age. And as a result, the idea that a child can knowingly say yes, I understand the consequences of having my breast cut off or being castrated as a boy is impossible. Yes, I never mind the 14 and 15 year olds. They're giving these to 9 and ten year olds. Tanner stage two is the beginning phase of puberty. And that's when the endocrine society and the American academy of pediatrics recommends this. So these children literally believe that a big fat man travels at lightning speed across the sky like Matt Walsh said comes down there to me and these presents. What is a woman? So he's the analogy he made that in front of a Doctor Who performs these transgender operations, which are nothing. They are mutilation, they're nothing to do with transitioning. This is being done to children who are knowingly deciding at the same time that they believe in Santa Claus. Yes, blocking puberty at 9 or ten years old, cutting off the breasts of girls as young as 12 years old has happened. It happened at a Kaiser permanente in Oakland, California. We have kellan Lockhart on video admitting to it. We'll talk about what's going on in California. So tell your story, I'm getting really angry right now. I couldn't do what you do. Within 60 seconds, I'd be arrested for assault with these people who are promoting the mutilation of children. So again, I commend you for what you do, Chris.
In the Midst of Everything Going on, Biden Hones in on Student Debt
"Midst of everything going on, you have Ukraine, you have inflation. You have shortages and supply chains. You have a summer employment season, which I just read for those who like to go to pools and beaches and place like a we have a crisis of people who don't want to be lifeguards. They can't hire lockers, city of Phoenix, I read a story about this. They were talking about that they can not open 50% of their public pools and Phoenix, Arizona, which is the pools of the places you go to get away from the heat of Phoenix, Arizona because they don't have enough lifeguards and even offered a $2500 bonus for people to come forward as Lockhart. Folks, we've got a severe shortage of these employment issues going on in these restaurant industry and our service industries and especially our hospitality industries. There's a lot of things going on in the world right now. The Biden administration could be focusing on. But the one thing they keep coming back to almost is the crux of their whole argument to gain young people to keep their at least momentum where they believe they separate that it's out is in the student loan offering. Now
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"lockhart" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"To Vegas soon for a bachelorette. And I'm gonna eat butter buffet, eat a gown of butter. No one's gonna say anything to live. You gotta live, Jess. Which means I gotta watch my triglycerides, folks. I'm in my 30s. You can eat like a whole plate full of butter 'cause I guarantee you someone behind you in line has a plate full of bone marrow that they're not even gonna eat. They just think they like it. Yeah. And then someone's gonna eat bread. Someone's just gonna eat bread at a party. If I'm hungry, I'm just eating the bread. $60 Vegas buffet. That's how you get them. All right, he's got three more questions here. Yes. His hand washing dishes, not a thing because most or all dishes are done using a dishwasher. I hand wash dishes. It depends, it depends. It depends on your setup, yeah. If you have a dishwasher, you're going to use the dishwasher. I'm sure that would be a similar case in South Africa. If you had a dishwasher, you'd use it. A good amount of rinsing, it has to be done because the dishwasher is not a magical device. It's not going to get some of them are. Some of them are mine fucking sucks. I think there's certain glassware that I don't like to put in the dishwasher. You're not supposed to hand wash you're not supposed to dishwash these bad boys. I put this thing in there and it came out and the first two or three jugs of water I had out of this just tasted like soap. And I was like, this sucks. I'm never washing the skin. Which is also not a good idea, but that's how I was going to go. Yeah. A lot of people in apartments that are too small to have a dishwasher or their hand washing dishes. It's very rare to find. I think a lot of people are surprised to find out that we'll just call them entry level apartments in the places like New York City and around that area. A dishwasher is definitely a perk. Incredibly rare to find like a dishwasher and an apartment in New York, parts of Jersey, I assume it's the case as well in larger cities elsewhere, Jay and I can't, for sure. Hold on, hold on, hold on. Hand washing dishes, right? You just run in the tap per dish? Or are you filling up that sink? Wait, are you asking pre rinse for the dishwasher? Or fully clean. Fully clean. We've soaked them up. We just gotta clean the sides off now. Yeah, that's it. Just rinse it off and then put it in the drying rack. I'm not letting it rinse it, yeah. Okay. All right. What were you doing? You're gonna soak it in the dirty water, right? That's what I'm saying. I see people in our chat. These lovely people saying, I fill up the sink. I'm like, oh. I don't know what that is. That's gonna be stinky. It's gonna smell. Silly chat. We wash a child in our sink. It's very sweet. It's very small. I wash myself in this. And he loves it. My boyfriend's small. I watched him in the sink. I like that visual. Oh, I like it a lot. Number three, I know you guys like fries from certain places, but is making your own at home, cut potatoes, and put in a pot with hot cooking oil, not heard of. Very rare. It's unusual. We don't have, if I had like an air fryer or something, maybe I would consider something like that, but I would never put a pot of hot cooking oil. I would never do that. That's going to spill, that's going to catch on fire. That is a disaster waiting to happen. I would never ever do it. Our brave with frying oil and stuff like that. I'm not one of those people. I would never fry my own fries from scratch like that. I'd prefer to like bake them if I'm gonna make some little tiny sliced potato things in season, I'd rather bake them because it's just less dangerous than having bubbling boiling oil and you have to have a lot of it to fry food too. It's like a whole thing. So that's like a whole situation. That's nice. Pour it down the sink. Out at night, wear all black and dump it in a sewer. And then your whole house is gonna smell like fries. There's too many downsides. Walls are getting greasy gross. In your clothes on your glasses. It's too much effort. We have too many wonderful other options. We have all these frozen fries. We got bakeable fries. We got air friable fries. We got too many fast food places that just have fries. I would just bake a potato at that point. I would not, I don't want to cut a real potato in the fries. Too much effort. When I want fries, I don't want real potatoes. I want fast food trash ass trash. No, I mean, I love diner fries. Those are great. I also think the air fryer way to go. Like I've tried it ever since I got the air fryer. And air fryer rather? It's pretty good. If you want to put the time and effort into it, they're not going to match what you want, right? You want the diner fast food fry, like you want, that's the goal. Yeah. Yeah, this will get you about 40% of the way there. Yeah, and that stuff is like fried in not just regular oil, it's like fried and so and stuff like that. Totally different stuff that I don't know how to get. Sunflower seed oil. I don't know what I get that. That's not real. That's what are we doing? Yeah, getting like the way there is just a recipe for do something different with those potatoes. Just let me ask you this. Let me ask you this. Baked potato. Microwave. You eat the skin? Are you the skin? Fucking like a 50 50, like sometimes I don't. Sometimes I do. It depends on if I'm still hungry by the time I get down there. I'm not a huge unbaked potatoes, though. I don't like sour cream. I don't like most of the stuff that people be like, I don't want chives on anything. So scallions, sour cream, butter, cheese, bacon bits. Yeah. Like butter cheese bacon bits. I'm there. On that. But yeah, I don't want sour cream on one side. I don't like the crumbled bacon that they put on baked potatoes. Yeah. It feels like we're doing a real bacon. It feels like dog food to me. Yeah, the fuck the Bolshevik bacon. I'm talking real chopped up bacon. Actually. Where are you going to get that? Who serves that? Or you can bake those straight up bacon bits and you just sprinkle those on there or you just open that thing and pour it directly in your mouth and live the salted like do you do that with any seasoning I do. I do it with two kinds. I have done it with bacon bits as a child. I was like these are good on their own. Let's go. But it's been decades. What's up? You do it with parm? Parm is not just parm. Let's just not really I've done it, but we're too close. We're too close to the New York culture. We don't get the shaky parms. Crappy craft shaky parm..
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"Brave tool for your name and location for this. Yeah. No offense to our criminal email or here. You're very impressive with your crimes. But there was a long stretch of time where taking Walmart for all its worth was very easy. It was a very pedestrian act. I don't want to act like doing that with some Ocean's Eleven asset achievement. There was a point where you could just basically return anything to them and they would give you cash. And one type of paper. It was just ocean. And then look, with the GameSpot stuff like GameStop, sorry. I don't know. I thought it would be more than 5 K I was looking for like a hundred K how long do you have to work as a manager to steal a hundred K worth of thousands? Did that thousand? Do you think there's a hundred K worth of merchandise in a GameStop right now? Yes. I don't think so. Unless you somehow steal the door off the whole game. Sell it to someone. They still have all these 60 times whatever. Maybe not a hundred K who knows. I love money. Under K worth of funko clubs. That's three funko pops. You get the right ones. Not the ones. Supermarkets sweep that shit. Just make sure you're still on the right stop. Scoop them. Yeah. I mean, Pokémon cards, sometimes they sell them. Not very often Jesus, I'm trying to find Pokémon cards, never GameStop. Oh, if you needed someone I got a guy. You got to go to Walmart and shit. Yeah. Martin and Edinburgh Scotland writes in and says, although I am not at the level of being a Vita apologist, I feel you've done you've done that system dirty on the show recently. The Vita was my persona gateway, as well as the system that gave us the best version of hotline Miami and luft rousers. With that in mind, what do you think is the most underrated console? I don't think the Vita is it. Nope. I think it's rated about right. I think it's fine. I think it's like legacy is perfect. I think we all collectively got it right on the Vita. And that's the averages where you have like psychopaths like a Greg Miller type and then you have people who are just respected for it. It serves much the same role that the switch does now and that it was a solid place to play some smaller games like spelunky or lift rows is a good shout as well. I think we really got the Goldilocks zone for appreciation for the Vita. I think Dreamcast was underrated. For a while. Yeah, in the beginning. I mean, that's part of why it failed is that they people underrated it out of the gate because they waited for PlayStation 2 instead and it was kind of set up to fail from the get go. So I think my knee jerk reaction with this question is always GameCube, but I feel like the GameCube ultimately was not underappreciated. It was vindicated in the end. I think the GameCube was fine at the time. They had smash. I got a ton of third party support in the way that a lot of Nintendo platforms have not, but oftentimes those versions of the games were better than the PlayStation 2 version, but not as good as the Xbox version. This usually the power to the graphical quality chart would usually go in that direction. And so you had plenty of as long as you could say I'm playing on the playing them on the GameCube controller. There was a lot of stuff that was totally fine to play there. Aggressive inline quality products, BMX triple X, good shit. But the first party output, that kind of take it or leave it. I don't know. I'm just not, I'm not the good F zero game. That's a great F zero game. I feel like Dreamcast is probably like the platonic ideal correct answer for this question. Yeah, when we think about underrated, if you really think about underrated. Yeah, like without being too opinionated, I feel like, especially at the time, because I think over time, the Dreamcast has gained a lot of traction with a lot of different players looking back on it. The same way that the Saturn has at the time, the Saturn was like you looked at it and was like, this is a piece of crap compared to the PlayStation. Like when you add one to one matchups of just like, hey, Tomb Raider or whatever came out on both, you're like, this Saturn version is fucked. And so at the time, the Saturn was not thought of super highly in the states as much as people were importing games, gotten the good Saturn experience. But yeah, maybe Dreamcast is the right one. I love the neo geo pocket color. It has a bunch of cool, crazy stuff on it, but that's more of just like a hidden gem situation than a truly underrated, like the people who wanted one of those found one. But not a lot of people ever thought about getting one of those. The Wii U? No. No? Nope. I just thought I'd throw it out there. I just think that it's console. Got exactly what it deserved. Sure, sure. Yeah, I guess so. That's something that didn't seem as bad as it was at the time. That's something that in retrospect you look back on it and go like, oh, right,.
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"I also think when this stuff was getting real hot and I remember the last E three that I was at Microsoft was showing off, I guess some sort of prototype version of it at the Galen center after their press conference. And I remember gears and Forza there. Yeah. Right. And I think I just remember that point in time being like, everyone seems to be competing for this sort of claim to be this ability to have this claim, but I don't feel like any of them take it more seriously than that. In a weird way, because it was more about making sure you had this sort of offering, but not exactly it being a pivotal institution within your business model. Yeah. I remember at the time the part of it that made a lot of sense to me was their desire to reach a lot of markets where maybe they weren't going to sell a lot of Xbox consoles, but everyone had a phone. They were like, hey, in Brazil, or wherever other parts of the world, this has the potential to be totally huge, and we want to make sure that our cloud centers in those locations are good enough to do this. And ensure that people can play stuff on their phone. And that that was their big push was to try to always talk about with windows or something like we want a billion devices running our stuff and this is the sort of stuff they use to try to get there in one way or the other to try to broaden that user base. And so it's like that aspect of what I look at and go like, yeah, they should do that. They should totally absolutely do that. But somewhere where I'm literally ten feet away from an Xbox Series X, most of the time, it's just not, it's just not for me. I think if things were opened up and I was traveling more, there's definitely more of a case of just like, well, I'm not going to go buy a gaming laptop because who wants to lug that thing around. I'm not insane. But maybe there's more of a window for me. Like, I'm going to get on the hotel Internet and play some more tunic or something like that. I think that in a world where hotel Internet is any good. That's 40 years from four years from now. And you want to play tunic. Yes. Your Atari hotel. Yes. Qatari Atari motel by then, please. They're still selling merchandise. They're still selling Atari hotels, merchandise, and you couldn't help yourself. I couldn't help myself. It hasn't arrived yet, but I would buy some Atari hotel branded. Towels. No, it's like a sweatshirt. No, I want stuff from the hotel. I want like the little shampoo bottles and the soap that has the little space invaders stance on. I was revenge scented shampoo. Yeah, that's the show. Has got you right where they want to. And they will not make it as merchandise..
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"Sounds like just a miserable product on every level. Everyone loves it. They backed away from the direct competitor to FIFA. Largely because they couldn't get the license or their license agreements expired and they were like, hey, we don't want to keep spending this money to do this. And let Diego bid on it. And so that kind of in some ways set the stage for this. And yeah, I don't know, all this was kind of known to be happening, but now it is on the table, the current deal will end next summer, so presumably that would mean that the game to come out in 2023 will be the one called EA Sports FC. FC. I'm say your last precious words to the franchise FIFA. Do you think they're just going to straight up call our FIFA still? I mean, people will walk into a store and say, you got that FIFA. Yeah, and they'll hand over the FCA and that'll be that. And that only gets complicated once there is another game called FIFA and then there will probably end up being like I bought for my grandson, the new FIFA game and this term. This is the fucking shit ass one that THQ Nordic put out you dummy. Or whoever ends up getting that. Why you Nick's made a FIFA game? I don't know. It's just the bouncer and engine with a ball. I don't even fucking know what we're doing here. FIFA Lockhart, who is this? FIFA Lockhart's what they call that unofficial statue. They couldn't call it tifa. I can't use that as a thumbnail though. No. Please. That's not one of the news items that statue. What a shame. That thing is explicit. And expensive. And expensive, explicitly expensive. And very, very hot. Halo infinite season two is upon us. I believe launched last week, it is in pretty rough shape. Halo infinite has been very interesting. It has been nothing but complaints. I feel like as a player who kind of dips into it and plays quite a bit of it and then goes away for a while and comes back. It's been fine. But the ongoing hey, I want to play this game every day crowd seem like they have just been getting one raw deal after another season two called lone wolves launched with two new maps, some cool cosmetics, like you can get clippy, Microsoft Microsoft's hit character clippy. It's like a gun charm or something, which is that's legit, that's funny. That's good. That's cute. Glad he's making way to clippies. He's gotta eat too. But then this rollout has been a mess. Their new battle pass came along with this, along with a new event that is the last part in the last Spartan standing, which is a pretty fun mode, but it seems to only happen on one map and I played about four of those because there's an event going on that you need to play that mode to unlock stuff in, but it's just that map over and over again. I'm like, it's cool that this is a new map, but I don't want to do this anymore. And also, I'm not getting the event credit on my battle pass that I am supposed to be getting because there is a glitch. So that sucks too. And I experienced all of that. There's some stuff where like in the campaign, they patched out the ability to, you could hijack a pelican, like the big flying thing, there was a way you could fly up and steal one. It was very glitchy. It was not something clearly not something you were supposed to do, but also probably something they shouldn't have fixed because it was just fun and goofy. And they are looking into that, I guess. And it's just another case of three four three having to get out there and saying, we hear you. It's bumpy. We're working on it. And that has just been their refrain since that thing came out. And that's a bummer because I think that game is really fucking good. But they can not catch a break on the live service end of things. For sure. Yeah. There was a recent story saying certain affinity, I believe, is still based in Texas. It was one of the halo found one of the minds behind original halo started the studio that they were going to be brought on to work on more aspects of halo. And that game needs for my non money for this free to play game. I feel like that game desperately needs more maps, like their season two rollout and being like, here's two maps and one is for a mode that you might not personally play a lot of. It's not enough. That game needs two to three times the number of maps it has right now just to have a variety to it to keep things fresh and it's really, I'm already kind of done with the maps it launched with and adding a couple more here isn't going to bring me back to the game for a long time. I'll be like, I'll dip back in and do some stuff and have some fun and unlock some shit. And it's like, hey, this is still a cool game. But it just isn't going to get its hooks back in me unless they've got,.
"lockhart" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Hope. Let's hope. Pagan sounds cool. If you've enjoyed peggle because they're not making those games anymore, paglin may be right up your alley, Jeff, it's a rogue like so you are there's branching paths, whether or not to start in encounter with an enemy, a mysterious event where you perhaps can get imbued with the spirit of lightning and get sick balls, orbs, sick or corpse. Yes. It's still an early access, but for where it's at right now, I think it's a full ass game. I believe there's up to three worlds in it. There's no different characters, but as you progress through the maps, you are picking up different orbs, different balls with different abilities, always go for the multi ball, because multi ball rules them all. But there's different synergies with everything and you are not the objective is not to clear all of the pegs on the board. It's actually to use the pegs to attack the enemies because there's an enemy lane up top on top of the board of enemy slowly approaching you or just casting spells to try and kill you and everything. And you can target the different enemies. So if you have specific balls that can hit anyone or pierce, pierce people, you can do that. It can get very, very punishing surprisingly. The first world you can kind of rinse through it, no problem, but in the second world I started to have a lot of trouble. There's an unfinished on the website right now that Rory and I did and boy, howdy, where we cook and we had a good build bombs going off all over the place, multi balls everywhere. Just balls everywhere. Everyone was getting pegged and Peggy. Nice. Nice. And it doesn't neat thing also too, just project like, hey, these enemies are approaching so you want to just double check whether or not you're going to get your stuff kicked in. And yeah, it really made me realize how much I fucking miss peggle, you know? Hegel two is great. There was a game last year that was a peggle like, and I can't remember the name of it now. But it was a similar situation of just like, what if we took peggle and tried to put more stakes on it? Yeah. I can kind of run based peggle or but I can't remember what that was. Something a matter of time before someone at EA goes like, oh, yeah, I guess we should make a new peggle. Yeah, I don't know, tie it into a movie or something. The movie is duke nukem games tying with the movies, just peggle. We dropped the FIFA license and now here's peggle FC. I try to play the crap out of that. The other interesting things about the peggle boards is normally in a roguelike, like a slay the spire, et cetera, you're choosing the specific path to go down. You have to shoot your ball into the specific path. So you could completely want to go to the right direction you want to get the treasure chest or you want to just skip a mini boss battle. But just like in peggle, get one bad bounce, go to the other side completely. It's really fun seeing how the different synergies work with the different orbs and everything. I believe there's a lot they're working actively. On balancing the game because a lot of folks are complaining that it's kind of hard. I just want to hit these bags. Yeah. I think it's these pegs mode. Let me hit these pegs. And I think right now, yeah, it's still an early access. It's only on steam, but man, what I well, what I wouldn't do to a, have a steam deck by now, and have this on a phone or a switch. Oh man. Yeah, this is now thankfully replaced the I'm a have this running constantly game in the background because for a long time that was luck be a landlord and I'm happy to say I've kicked that addiction. But I'm also unhappy to let everyone know that they're rolling out updates for super auto pets. Jen, you're just hopping from addiction to addiction in this life, aren't you? Yeah. Yep. Yeah, just chasing that high. There's anything to just play a little bit light back in my eyes. They busted the Coke shipment at the border, so we're into meth this month. And also I'm just trying to get Final Fantasy 14 going, still trying to log of that. Because I heard there's gambling in that. Someone showed me a mahjong game, it probably was like a triple triad in there somewhere that you can play for money. I don't know. I've heard that the mahjong in that game has one of the best tutorials ever. It's a good place to actually learn how to play if you don't know. You know this. I don't know this. Yeah. Seasoned mahjong pro. Yes, yes. All right. Why don't we take a break? We'll come back and talk about some news. There's a lot happened. Maybe not all a ton of depth in the news, but a lot of little things went down. Got your news. Come on back. Web, web, website. You.
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"Shot, you know, we're out somewhere in the middle of that like half life half life two era so yeah, does the name duke nukem curry that much? You carry that much favor amongst people other than just kind of being now memed to death. I was going to do you mean right now or do you mean then? For sure. More so, yeah. For sure. Duke 3D was a huge game. And an awesome video game. I think people get caught up in the duke character and that's the only thing people remember now is just like, oh, what a fucking lane. That game's good, yes. Yeah. Like what it did above and beyond what doom was doing, like just I had a friend who worked at a computer store and they had four PCs networked together in the back and we would just go back there and play fucking four player duke games all the time because the weapons were crazy at it like a trip mine. Like you just had weapons that like doom didn't have. It was just like more thoughtful, weird stuff. And being able to play with those strange toys in a competitive game was really awesome. Like the gameplay itself, it's doomed but you can look up and down and that stuff's not awesome. You get a jetpack and you can kind of hover up and down. But it's janky. Changed gaming forever now looking up is like I know, now we're so crucial. Everyone's looking up. Everyone's looking up these days. Yeah. But yeah, there were gameplay things that duke nukem 3D did that made it worth the attention. It wasn't just the meme factory or whatever, whatever. But now thinking about it now, it's been 11 years since that last duke nukem game. That's 2011 that that game came out. I remember we went to E three, we went to E three 2011, and then.
"lockhart" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Will help lift people out of poverty Michelle Lockhart is confident it will She's lived in the old fourth ward most of her life There were times when extra cash would have made a huge difference Like when she lost her job and couldn't make the car payment The car people kept calling me like hey we need a payment We need a payment I'm trying to figure things out And it's stressed me out so badly to where I remember shaking Lockhart says it's impossible to start a business or hunt for a better job when you're struggling just to stay above water The inability to get off of the hamster wheel This kid is sick You got to take this kid to the doctor You got to take our work And now you're missing hours and now you're going to have to come up short somewhere on Sunday because you're missing days at work Even experts who embrace guaranteed income say it should be paired with other policies Professor Luke schaeffer directs the poverty solutions program at the University of Michigan He said some traditional programs really do work like early childhood education But he says policymakers need to ask Would people be better off just if I gave them the money that I spent on this program than if I gave them this program Schaefer says the pandemic may have eroded some people's discomfort with giving cash directly to people facing economic hardship Federal pandemic relief checks and the expanded child tax credit were fairly popular at the height of the pandemic and reduced child poverty That doesn't mean lawmakers will race to fund guaranteed income on a big scale Just look at proposals to make the federal expanded child tax credit permanent They're now dead in Congress and support has faded It could be that we just had this historic moment when we took an approach like we hadn't been before that it was like incredibly successful and then afterwards we went back to our old days On the patio of dancing goats coffee shop where lattes cost 5 bucks and there's a west elm in a warby Parker next door I'm here for okies says doctor king's neighborhood is changing rapidly Ferocious chairs the guaranteed income pilot and represents old fourth ward on city council So you have $1 million.
"lockhart" Discussed on WCPT 820
"You're doing it wrong What's it hold out longer Her voice with a boner Right I don't think any missed boner of has ever met a past the first say that on the air Well it's too late now Too fast too slow To the right Okay Is that all the time on growing pains Well that's the boner That was a character name That's what we meant That's what we meant It's not done with the bag of rats Interviewed by The New York Times Ann coulter said Trump's gun You guys should stop obsessing over him She tweeted Trump is demanding to know Ron DeSantis is a booster status and I can now reveal it He was loyal booster when Trump ran in 2016 but then he learned our president was a liar and a con man whose grift was permanent I hope that clears things up Fight fight fight You're all equally awful Laura Ann Roger Stone Ron DeSantis you're all so awful In your own special ways But Democrats are in disarray Yeah Democrats are just yep By the way thank you Joe Lockhart Yes My new spirit animal on CNN talking about Eric bullard and many of us talk about every week Is this coverage of Biden is astounding Jody It is astounding There is no coverage of the lowest job rate in 52 years of childhood poverty cut in half The COVID relief bill infrastructure It's just oh one year Biden's got nothing done Biden and crisis doomed What Thank you Joe Lockhart Listen I think the press is failing They're treating a month fair We first saw their auto have been a dividend for returning truth and decency to The White House And we didn't get that We didn't get it at all We've kind of returned to the snarky attitude that we saw with Trump And in some respects to Obama Thank you one more Joe Lockhart Former president of the very first briefing the Trump spokespeople lied they lied every day every briefing And the majority of those briefings were aired live on television Jen Psaki is in there now telling the truth She's telling us what's going on in the government What people need to hear And they're rarely on live television So that tells me that this is more about entertainment than it is about news It's more about getting viewers than letting people know what's going on in the country And that's a failure as far as I'm concerned Yeah And Jody is Eric Wright's and says every week Yeah yeah Inflation is a worldwide problem We are in a pandemic And it is almost exclusively Republicans that are keeping us in this pandemic which is what's causing inflation When a lot of companies are price gouging right now because they're making up for profits they didn't make in 2020 So that's another great point that people don't make enough but and here's the other reason For God's sakes vote blue in 22 no matter who They're talking openly about what kind of investigation First of all all of them are saying they're going to impeach Biden and of course you have to go for what So what I mean first of all I love that Matt Gaetz Oh Matt Gaetz at his pledged It's funny now especially today Yeah That he pledged to target the Department of Justice until sphincters Titan All I only think one person sphincter is going to be tightening Yeah he's been quiet He's very quiet But I mean all of these idiots right What's the story saying Biden's administration and allies foresee a possible scenario which Republicans that they do take the house or senator both launch a series of investigations and attempts to impeach the president That is all we're going to get You're not going to get any legislation There's no question that Republicans just let your child tax credit expire Like anything that Okay Lawmakers congressional staffers and strategists predict a slew of investigations targeting the Biden administration particularly if Republicans loyal to Trump gain important committee seats So Matt Gaetz obviously if he's not Otherwise engaged himself Yeah Um bob Gibbs has been pushing to impeach patents in September over Afghanistan Which is Trump was Trump's idea And James comer a hopeful to become head of oversight His targets includes Hunter Biden Why What The administration's handling of supply chain issues Are they going to impeach everyone all around the world Yeah China going to be up on vaccine mandates They're going to impeach him over vaccine mandates And it's removal of Trump military academy appointees So that's in case you're wondering why So I will be impeached If we can't seriously on top of everything else we can not go through this as a country No giving them back control No we can't We can't They're not Nobody asks them now Jody what they're for They aren't for anything They're not for anything Like what are you going to do if we give you power back except endless vindictiveness and impeachments and investigations of how is Hunter Biden relevant to anyone's life He isn't Okay.
"lockhart" Discussed on Can We Talk?
"Podcast of the Jewish women's archive, where gender, history, and Jewish culture meet. There's a new superhero on the scene, and her name is willow Zimmerman. She's a social justice minded Jewish teenager, and her sidekick is a dog named liebowitz. After Fran Lebowitz. The novelist E Lockhart created willow for DC Comics and set her story in Gotham City, which is already home to a colorful cast of heroes and villains. So I thought, what can I bring to it? And I thought, what if I made a friendly neighborhood superhero? What if she's just local? Batman can take care of the rest of Gotham and she can be a hero whose concern is her immediate community and her immediate neighborhood and trying to make things better there. There are other female Jewish superheroes in the comic universe. But willow Zimmerman is steeped in her jewishness. She loves a hot salty Rubin. She bakes her own rugelach, and although she's not religious, when she needs to think, she goes and sits in an empty old synagogue. Willow's stomping ground is a rundown neighborhood of Gotham City, called down river. E modeled downriver on the historically Jewish lower east side of Manhattan, a place she's deeply connected to herself. When I was growing up, my dad, he lived on east 15th street, and then you go down one more neighborhood and you're on the lower east side. And so we were down there quite a lot, right? Bumping around, going to the pickle store, going to Katz's delicatessen, going to Russian daughters. So I thought, okay, what if the neighborhood that I'm making up in Gotham City is a historically Jewish neighborhood? And to really ground her new superhero in her Jewish identity, E made her mother, a Professor of Jewish history and culture. That would give my kid not just a like, this is my neighborhood because I grew up here connection, but also this is my neighborhood because my people came over and founded this neighborhood and my own family identity is embedded in this neighborhood. Producer gen richler recently talked to E Lockhart about willow, whose secret identity is whistle. During the interview, you'll hear some scenes that we've recorded from ease comic book whistle. A new Gotham City hero. You know, when we first encounter her she is already protesting about some things going on in her neighborhood. Can you just say a little bit about the things that she's kind of riled up about and trying to change? Well, at the beginning of the story, she is first to meet her when she's trying to get signatures on a petition to get more funding for.
Democrats Are Now Trying to Censor 'Let's Go Brandon'
"This let's go Brandon thing is funny to me Cracks me up But what's also amazing is how the left doesn't have a sense of humor I think we all know that obviously And now they're trying to go after it because it's speech they don't like and that's what they do They try to make anybody a criminal if they're saying things they don't like It's what they do all the time And so this time now they're treating it like it's criminal hate speech Oh and did you hear that guy Joe Lockhart is a CNN analyst who compared let's go Brandon to the Nazis the Klan and ISIS you probably heard that right So he tweeted this out you know who also had coded statements like let's go Brandon ISIS the Klan the Nazis Are you starting to get the point By the way this is also why I'm very hesitant to use Nazi comparisons because the left does it all the time to us but anyway it's also usually devoid of any logic like in this case right
"lockhart" Discussed on The Sharp 600
"See these season rentals but also like week one wines. Those are the teams. I might be looking at betting against week. One like fading. The browns may just because every other browns me good. Everyone thinks that so. I think that that might be a pointer to highlight to go. I like to find places where people aren't really looking at people aren't really thinking and i mean that's just how my brain works in nfl. I tried you looking to not feed the packers right now. But i do agree with that sentiment. He's not happy by everyone knows that. And that's why. I don't think i'd be looking monetary with cash on that right now in. I'm with you on looking to fade teams. People are on and looking to be on teams. People are off the challenge being the narratives for why we would be off one team in on another team when the prevailing market is telling us otherwise. You really have to do some digging. So what i wanna do is get a little bit into what we're actually doing. Prep standpoint in one thing. That was new to my prep this year. Is i just purchased warren. Sharps book. His nfl preview in. Why did i do this. Because success leaves breadcrumbs in sometimes in life or oftentimes in life. You'd have to be told something numerous times before you actually listen. Maybe there's something here within the last week and actually from the last time i did this. Podcast in two separate instances people whose sports betting or football opinion i. I subscribe to both mentioned that they have worn sharps book as the bible and i was like listen. I'm all like you. I'm consuming information and perspectives. So if there's something out there that can help me be more informed. Better be better as a host for everyone else. That's out there boom. That's something that i'm doing in. This thing is like uber. Comprehensive super analytical. It doesn't mean that. I'm going to use it as my all beal but i think that one of the things that i do. A good job of is auditing the opinions that are out there and i matched them up to mine. So who does he like. who does he not like. What does other markets saying out. There what am i is saying based on what we just said trying to get on some teams and off some other teams. I'm curious your perspective. On what other things are sources you use to prep. So i'm right there with ya. I always i wore chirp. I got it. it's a digital version. But it is. it's a little more numbers driven. It's very analytical which is not always my style but it's a. It's a great piece of information. I mean for college. Football phil steele. Everyone people dog. They'll steal sometimes. You don't have to agree with every or you know what team you kind of break out..
"lockhart" Discussed on The Sharp 600
"I'm curious from you with the dodgers potentially adding this does that plus three thirty interest you at all. It does a little bit because baseball. I mean not dodgers team that rotation is just so so they shirt. That's it's not fair you're gonna see a lot of to minus two hundred minus three hundred days out. That's what always as the season progresses as august september as you said the rich get richer but these overwhelming favorites. I mean you have the pirates that are basically a triple h e when they play the dodgers. It just like almost an easy win. I don't think i would bet the dodgers right now. Because i do still believe the giants and the padres a little bit by toward diamondbacks stuck in monumental division But i would like to see if they can stay healthy. I three because it is a decent number actually at three. Two one on that lineup. Sell some things. I don't like about the dodgers team chemistry issues. I would probably not take that number right now..
"lockhart" Discussed on The Sharp 600
"That went down yesterday in the world of sports and we are recording this on friday at noon eastern and holy smokes batman was there a bevy of trades and draft in nfl and nba mlb and everything in between. So we're going to do today is we're going to talk about hey. Nba russ goes to the lakers. What impact does that have nba draft. We learned anything from betting that we've also got. Mlb trade deadline some major names moved and also we're going to get to nfl. What are we doing to prepare for this upcoming season. And let's start with the biggest news. I believe if the day russell westbrook to the lakers. Some books had the lakers at five one going into this moved them to four two one. I'm curious from your perspective. Does this do anything for you. And or does this move your eyes to other teams so i think i am in the minority. That was a big fan of his tray. I know there's a lot of voices out there that are anti westbrook and i get that in the they needed to. Shooter is not definitely a shooter. But as the broad gets older he needs someone to handlebar. He need someone to get. Rebounds needs another beater off that can score. I think westbrook is the perfect perfect fit there. You went to ucla. That's his whole. He wanted to go there. I know he's bounced around multiple teams. But he's always been you know not poisonous situations with the wizards. Weren't the right fit for him now. He's going to veteran team. If they can stay healthy. I can see it and there's gonna be role players that are gonna go to the lakers. Because they want to chase a title. I think it was a perfect move. And i think i am in the minority on that also. I've heard his negative opinions about it. And i like to trade a lot i do. I think the west is wide open. I think the lakers took a major step forward and i agree with you in in all the negative backlash that i'm hearing my first thought right or wrong. Wise russ is great because anthony street closed. Davis isn't always in there. Lebron is no longer carrying the load all the time. And what the lakers would have when fully healthy would be three turbos in what i mean by. Turbo is like you can't stop any of those three players individually. You can't solve lebron. You can't stop ad and you can't stop russell westbrook so if one of them goes down there's room for them to pick up the other slack and if nothing else russes just he's a one of one. He's extremely difficult to guard izzy flawed. Of course he is. But i think from a what. I'm looking for from a big three sam points. They're unique in that they have players that are unlike any other players in the leak. I completely agree and west. It's.
Boston Pops Orchestra Back for July 4th in Tanglewood
"The Boston Pops July 4th spectacular scheduled this year at Tanglewood in Lenox. We got a firsthand look and listen at the Boston Pops rehearsal for the first time in more than a year. The familiar strains of the 18 12 Overture filled Symphony Hall. As the Boston Pops Orchestra rehearsed for its traditional fourth of July. Concert Pops conductor maestro Keith Lockhart cities thrilled to once again raised his baton. It is very, very exciting. To stand here and, uh, be able to proudly proclaim that the Boston Pops is back. The life performance is back and that one of America's great Traditions. America's birthday party, The Boston Pops Fourth of July Spectacular is back. This year's fourth concert will be a Tanglewood, not the Esplanade. There will be fireworks, but over Boston common, not the concert site. Yet after a year with no concert and fireworks, the pops his back to renew its fourth of July extravaganza. Mike Macklin WBZ
"lockhart" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast
"Use a lot of mental health diagnosis and terms interchangeably. With just regular speak. You know we say oh my gosh the weather so bipolar or or what. Movie was so schizophrenic. We use a lot of those kind of mental help terms to describe everyday life and it's very inaccurate. Most of the time. And so i think <unk>. Disorders are one of those things. Because we have feelings like fear and worry and then we have anxiety disorders which can include a lot of things like a fear of being a crowded space where you can't escape which is a phobia panic disorders. We have specific. Phobias or fear of dogs are snakes are flying. We have generalized anxiety which is kind of a general feeling of uneasiness about a multiple sorts of things they actually included selective mutism few years ago into the anxiety disorders spectrum of diagnoses. As well too. So you have a lot of different things that cover that so really. What distinguishes fear and worry from the inside disorder. That severe is when it causes significant. Impairments on your everyday functioning. It's one thing if you're a little afraid of dogs for example or spiders and you just don't like them but if you're constantly checking corners and your obsessive about it and you're always asking for reassurance from your parents and making sure that nothing is going to hurt you in the middle of the night you sure there's no spiders in my bed mommy and it's constant and it's impacting their ability to function in their everyday life. That's when we're looking at more like an anxiety disorder type thing that's where the category of anxiety falls because it impacts everything school learning friendships their thought life. All of that kinda stuff and that's where that distinction between the worry in exile. Come into place and what causes that. Were maybe like you said. It's the one time being afraid when they see that animal or spider whatever but when it goes from that to now i checking every corner in doing very unreasonable things around this. It's a variety of things. There's a hereditary factor so there's a lot of people that it's just in your family where a lot of people when i'm talking to them and doing an intake they'll say. Yeah you know. Anxiety runs in my family. My mom was a warier. My grandma was aware and her grandma was aware here. And so it's kind of like this hereditary factor there's a genetic component to it but there's also a learned component as well to where if you have a parent who's a very anxious person and they act in anxious ways then if you're around them then you are going to be more likely to be anxious as well. When i was growing up for example my mom was hugely afraid of frogs. And i grew up on an island so i grew up in the virgin islands. And we're surrounded by water ed. She loved plants so we had plans lining the entry to our front door. And where do frogs hang out in moist plants so there would be huge frogs over our doorway and that's the only way to get in the house and so then she would be like okay. Well what i guess. We can't go inside the house. And i'm like so. Are we supposed to do so. That i started becoming hyper vigilant and scanning all the time. Because i'm like oh well. What if there a fraud because the frogs on the island are huge. Huge so then it kind of became. This learned fear of frogs because she was so worried. I picked up on it from her. Would i have been afraid of frogs. If she hadn't been maybe maybe not. But it can also be a learned factor because anxiety is not something that we just have at something that can be learned definitely. But then there's another piece of it which is there's a predisposition factor where there are some personalities and temperaments that are predisposed are more likely to having zaidi or having anxiety disorder. Because they're more sensitive or they're more <hes>. observance or they're very in tune with their environments. And there's a lot of evidence that shows that individuals who are more intelligent even are more likely to be anxious because they have very divergent ways of thinking outside the box thinker. So they're always thinking what could go wrong anyway and that's just how they normally think about things and sensitive picking up all these different layers all the time of things that are going on. Yeah that makes so much sense. Though about the environmental factor of the parent having that power since children are always looking to their parents to check their center and really hoping or needing those parents to be centered as much as possible. And you see it when children are even they fall and they look up at their parents to see. What do you think about. This is all right. Like am i going to be okay. And children are picking up everything constantly from their parents. So what a parent do if they are like your mother or fit. They're very easily anxious or they have clinical anxiety. How do parents manage this to try not to have it affect their children. So much yeah. That's a great question. And the thing is that when i often see children or teens with anxiety i prefer to see them along with their parents because as i teach the child the teen about specific strategies i also want the parents to learn more often than not the parent is also struggling with it and the cool thing about anxiety. Strategies is up there pretty much universal across the board. You just tweak it. A little bit based on age to make it more digestible for a child to understand. And so i think of big part of it is for the parent that they need to address their own anxiety. They need to do the work like anything else right. is that we. We have things that are going on that. We've been rehearsing inhabits for decades which is often the case. then we've gotten really good being anxious and <hes>. It's just an automatic default and so if our kids are constantly hearing and seeing and living out then. We're always reinforcing it so they can get all the help they want. But if you are still than reinforcing the other way of thinking then it's going to be hard for them to get out of that anxious mindset so i think a big part of it i as the parent has to be aware that they actually do have anxiety and then do the work to overcome that so they're not instantly giving it to their child and i think that's really really important for and this is just one of the many many important ways that children inspire us to work on ourselves in a positive way and heal
What Parents Need to Know About Anxiety (with Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart)
"Use a lot of mental health diagnosis and terms interchangeably. With just regular speak. You know we say oh my gosh the weather so bipolar or or what. Movie was so schizophrenic. We use a lot of those kind of mental help terms to describe everyday life and it's very inaccurate. Most of the time. And so i think Disorders are one of those things. Because we have feelings like fear and worry and then we have anxiety disorders which can include a lot of things like a fear of being a crowded space where you can't escape which is a phobia panic disorders. We have specific. Phobias or fear of dogs are snakes are flying. We have generalized anxiety which is kind of a general feeling of uneasiness about a multiple sorts of things they actually included selective mutism few years ago into the anxiety disorders spectrum of diagnoses. As well too. So you have a lot of different things that cover that so really. What distinguishes fear and worry from the inside disorder. That severe is when it causes significant. Impairments on your everyday functioning. It's one thing if you're a little afraid of dogs for example or spiders and you just don't like them but if you're constantly checking corners and your obsessive about it and you're always asking for reassurance from your parents and making sure that nothing is going to hurt you in the middle of the night you sure there's no spiders in my bed mommy and it's constant and it's impacting their ability to function in their everyday life. That's when we're looking at more like an anxiety disorder type thing that's where the category of anxiety falls because it impacts everything school learning friendships their thought life. All of that kinda stuff and that's where that distinction between the worry in exile. Come into place and what causes that. Were maybe like you said. It's the one time being afraid when they see that animal or spider whatever but when it goes from that to now i checking every corner in doing very unreasonable things around this. It's a variety of things. There's a hereditary factor so there's a lot of people that it's just in your family where a lot of people when i'm talking to them and doing an intake they'll say. Yeah you know. Anxiety runs in my family. My mom was a warier. My grandma was aware and her grandma was aware here. And so it's kind of like this hereditary factor there's a genetic component to it but there's also a learned component as well to where if you have a parent who's a very anxious person and they act in anxious ways then if you're around them then you are going to be more likely to be anxious as well. When i was growing up for example my mom was hugely afraid of frogs. And i grew up on an island so i grew up in the virgin islands. And we're surrounded by water ed. She loved plants so we had plans lining the entry to our front door. And where do frogs hang out in moist plants so there would be huge frogs over our doorway and that's the only way to get in the house and so then she would be like okay. Well what i guess. We can't go inside the house. And i'm like so. Are we supposed to do so. That i started becoming hyper vigilant and scanning all the time. Because i'm like oh well. What if there a fraud because the frogs on the island are huge. Huge so then it kind of became. This learned fear of frogs because she was so worried. I picked up on it from her. Would i have been afraid of frogs. If she hadn't been maybe maybe not. But it can also be a learned factor because anxiety is not something that we just have at something that can be learned definitely. But then there's another piece of it which is there's a predisposition factor where there are some personalities and temperaments that are predisposed are more likely to having zaidi or having anxiety disorder. Because they're more sensitive or they're more observance or they're very in tune with their environments. And there's a lot of evidence that shows that individuals who are more intelligent even are more likely to be anxious because they have very divergent ways of thinking outside the box thinker. So they're always thinking what could go wrong anyway and that's just how they normally think about things and sensitive picking up all these different layers all the time of things that are going on. Yeah that makes so much sense. Though about the environmental factor of the parent having that power since children are always looking to their parents to check their center and really hoping or needing those parents to be centered as much as possible. And you see it when children are even they fall and they look up at their parents to see. What do you think about. This is all right. Like am i going to be okay. And children are picking up everything constantly from their parents. So what a parent do if they are like your mother or fit. They're very easily anxious or they have clinical anxiety. How do parents manage this to try not to have it affect their children. So much yeah. That's a great question. And the thing is that when i often see children or teens with anxiety i prefer to see them along with their parents because as i teach the child the teen about specific strategies i also want the parents to learn more often than not the parent is also struggling with it and the cool thing about anxiety. Strategies is up there pretty much universal across the board. You just tweak it. A little bit based on age to make it more digestible for a child to understand. And so i think of big part of it is for the parent that they need to address their own anxiety. They need to do the work like anything else right. is that we. We have things that are going on that. We've been rehearsing inhabits for decades which is often the case. then we've gotten really good being anxious and It's just an automatic default and so if our kids are constantly hearing and seeing and living out then. We're always reinforcing it so they can get all the help they want. But if you are still than reinforcing the other way of thinking then it's going to be hard for them to get out of that anxious mindset so i think a big part of it i as the parent has to be aware that they actually do have anxiety and then do the work to overcome that so they're not instantly giving it to their child and i think that's really really important for and this is just one of the many many important ways that children inspire us to work on ourselves in a positive way and heal
Atlanta - Georgia Supreme Court upholds law voiding votes for Athens-Clarke commissioner who died
"Ugo W's Bill Lockhart, the Georgia Supreme Court Monday, ruling that if the candidate dies before the election, those votes won't count Athens Clark County Ah commission candidate who died three days before the June election, one by more than 400 votes. Court ruled those votes were void and the runner up was declared the winner. The high court upheld but ruling the final debate. Trump versus Biden Thursday night. Nine Till 11 on your
Vernon Lockhart: Art On the Loose
"All right. So tell us who you are and what you do. My name is Vernon Lockhart. I am a designer. I call myself a creative therapist. I am a exhibit designer, a brand developer interactive designer. Artist. and. I. Am the executive. Director of a program project called project as Moses out of Chicago. Now. One thing that I've been doing for everyone kind of just the start of these interviews during this pandemic kind of just doing a check in to see how folks are doing. So how are you holding up? You know we're given the space in times we're in we're I'm holding up pretty well I think one of the saving grace for me in a lot of this is. When you grow up on from the lane of saying boo as I grew up in a very rough area in Saint Louis and you know we faced adversity every day so. You know you have the coronavirus in things like that now. But for me growing up, you had to face all kinds of threats, potential adversaries so Well given the circumstances, I I commute back and forth caring for my mother who affectionately call a baby girl just can't for. So that's probably one of the key challenges but as far as. Things go we still have a lot of clients that we work with online and for project ASS? Moses alive things virtually with the students given the circumstances I'm I'm very grateful and feel very blessed to will be functioning at full capacity. What does a regular day look like for you now? So for me, a regular day would be getting up one thing that I don't have to do as much in. Okay. With this is not commuting back and forth so much. But getting up saying my prayers getting some breakfast getting on my laptop, looking at emails checking the circumference of the day clients. Immediate needs doing those usually that takes me up until about mid day I usually try to schedule any meetings I have around thirty two noon referee and then any errands I have to run out of usually do air early evening I'm a southern boy living in a city. CHICAGO. So I still have a yard and in a house and things like that. So you I'm out cutting. And things like that towards the evening. So I would call it a pretty normal southern boy day usually my average day but I'm a businessman at the same time. So you know it's a balance between the two but that's an advocate from. So speaking up about business you have a design firm called art on the loose is that right? That's correct. Tell me about it. When did you first start that? So are Donna loose very interesting. We been in operation. Now for about twenty three years I started in the late nineteen I'd say about ninety six and tonight six roughly. And we I was actually working at northwestern university in their at their center for Public Safety Division and we will working on a lot of. Copro shears and things like that in. So it was kind of mundane just no adventure knitted all in myself in one of. Colleagues that I work with addicts Ner we had conversation as I wonder do more I want to be free. I would have some creative freedom here in we started talking about doing our own design work. And in our conversation start playing with name ideas in that I mentioned you know I wanna be free I want to be loose in a good way right as a heart let's let's and so we kinda because we were both artist and he says so let's just call the artem loose in. That's how the name was born in banding Hannah came from this whole Superhero Ultra N-. Staying that I was called as a key going up still combat to this day and so we use kind of empowering. The word artem lose but also with the whole color Palettes, we used our background is how we grew up to create the the business name and I have to just this quick story about ultraman lousy key kids were were calling me ultra because my it was pointed they call me the football hero Alterman. I was like you know and I came home from school I'm I'm one of ten kids, right so I came home from school that I was upset and I start crying to my mother baby girl and I told her what the key is will call him the main she say at wait a minute isn't all tremendous food bureau SABA come home from school to watch ultraman every. Day, and she said I thought he was a superhero say he is. He says we'll take that negative and make it a positive and so I literally went up to my room and start designing year Alterman on and I, went back to school they pop my collar and was like they were like ultimate success right on alternate and so at three sixty beds. So it started all Japan. And took that negative in Medan deposited but also is one of my personal experiences and Brandy. In power of branding, and so I took that icon and symbol. Even. If you look on our business site, you'll see that iconic symbol for for ultra mass I knew. To this day in and I got my design in artistry from my mother, my mother went to design marks. So that's how artem loose in the name came in existence with the story behind it to
Trump and his physician deny he had "mini-strokes"
"The president's tweets today regarding his health again, he says this was driven by Joe Lockhart Bill Clinton's old press secretary speculating about strokes and the president saying, no, no series of mini strokes apparently in the last thirty minutes or so he's tweeted again. On this subject. So he's really through his tweets amplified whatever lockhart was saying there you've had statements from the White House on this today can you shed any light about what's going on there as the matter of health on one hand, but there's just a matter of what is going on in the White House right now when it comes to this subject. This is purely driven by the president. The president as we discussed earlier had a trip to Kenosha that his team believes was a good trip in a good message for him in he overshadowed as he often does that trip that message by becoming obsessed with something that was not even on Cable News that was basically that was not reported it was not in. Michael Schmitz very good book but the idea of mini strokes was not in the book was a single tweet by a former press secretary under Bill Clinton. The president he got obsessed with it. He had his White House. Put out a statement from his physician. He tweeted about it again he's the one who purely injected in into the media today and it's also Worth noting there's more than a little hypocrisy complaining about speculation of of his health speculation about someone's helping you're not medical doctors of course irresponsible. But that is exactly what president trump did in two thousand, sixteen about Hillary Clinton in it's exactly what he's doing this time about Vice President Joe Biden. So you're seeing here a president who doesn't seem to be able to. Handle, a dose of his own medicine
"lockhart" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Put on the Red Maga hat one more time. For the cameras. Now, do you know what Joe Lockhart tweeted about that young man's speech? If you don't know who Joe Lockhart is. Don't worry. I'm going to tell you, but here was the tweet. From Joe Lockhart. I'm watching tonight because it's important. But I don't have to watch this snot nose entitled Kid. From Kentucky. Joe Lockhart. Was the was the White House press secretary. For Bill Clinton. Joe Lockhart is a Democrat with a capital D. He had worked his press secretary for Mondale, Dukakis. Was an adviser to John Kerry. This guy's a big deal in the Democrat Party. Joe Lockhart now works. On CNN. Evidently. Joe Lockhart is now a CNN contributor, and he called this young man whose life Was destroyed by his network. Must not knows entitled, kid. From Kentucky. That's Joe Lockhart. Look him up spokesman and communications consultant best known for being the 19th White House press secretary from October 5th 1998 to September 29th 2000 during the administration. Of the United States President Bill Clinton. The Democrats are so filled with hatred. And rage. Right now and make no mistake. It's fear. They're in there in a full panic. They? They have a very good sense of what's happening in America right now. They've got a very good grasp. Of how the American people are responding. To diners shitting, minding their own business. Being told. Raise your fist in solidarity with black lives matter or we're going to screech at you, and we're going to threaten you and we're going to taunt you. This is not gonna end well for them. And one more note about Wisconsin before we go back to your phone calls at 806 55 might There's a business owner. Local business owner who's his whose business was completely destroyed, gutted, burned to the ground. By rioters and protesters, many of whom, incidentally in Kenosha, Wisconsin, are coming in from Milwaukee and Chicago, according to news media reports. Here's what this business owner said. This heart broken and I've seen too many videos. I don't want to play them all for because they will break your heart business owners who didn't do anything. What if they do? Run? What did the used car dealer do that had his business burned to the ground of Sunday night or Monday? What did this guy do? Listen to this. Morning..
The Series S may be a cheaper less powerful next-gen Xbox and Injustice 3 may be in development
"A different next Gen xbox called the xbox series s has potentially been confirmed. Thanks to labelling on a controller. Microsoft has been teasing the existence of multiple next Gen X. boxes basically since the very first time they teased plans for next. Gen. Xbox they pointedly used the term consoles Klerl the first time they even mentioned Nexgen, and then when the xbox series x was officially announced, it was called the series x, which obviously implies that it is one of many but. Those teases there hasn't been much official word on what additional buying options will be available for the next generation of xbox but. Recently, we learned about something called the xbox series s from an unlikely source, the fine print on the packaging of an xbox one controller. Tom Warren reported on the xbox says asked for the verge and wrote the verge has obtained photos of Microsoft's new next Gen xbox controller in white complete with packaging that mentions the xbox series S. Twitter User Zach S was able to purchase the controller today and we've confirmed it is genuine. The new controller was sold on a resale site today, and the side of the packaging notes that the controller works with both xbox series x and xbox series s consoles Microsoft has not officially unveiled an xbox series s yet nor has the company even confirmed a white xbox series x controller a mysterious white xbox series x controller also appeared online last month complete with the new D pad texture triggers and new share button. This new league matches the previous. Controller League and retail packaging suggests that these could be appearing in stores. Soon, the XBOX series s will likely be Microsoft's second cheaper next Gen. xbox that's been code-named Lockhart a Microsoft document leaked back in. June. Shed some further light on the company's plans for to next Gen consoles. Microsoft's xbox series x Deaf Kit. code-named Dante allows game developers to enable a special lockhart mode that has a profile of the performance that Microsoft wants to hit with this second console. Then story is linked in the show notes. The rumors related to Lockhart which I think we are safe to rename the xbox series s at this point is that it is not as powerful as the xbox series x so it's probably going to be cheaper and it will probably focus on streaming using exe cloud. That's my assumption. Anyway I guess console manufacturers are now renewed value in multiple consoles skews working at game stop during the playstation three and xbox three sixty era I feel like people are generally just confused about the different buying options when it came to those consoles so. Then the playstation four and xbox one at launch. Basically each had one skew I. AM curious to see how people will react to the different playstation fives and different xbox series. Maybe, it won't confuse consumers at all especially since most purchasing as don online these days and it's just easier to do research in general or maybe it will create confusion again I don't know I. Guess we will find out at some point later this year you know it would really be nice to start saying an actual date soon I hope we learn about that. Injustice three may be on the way according to artist boss logic. This is firmly a rumor and far from a confirmation but artist boss logic who works in video games a lot. An recently did a live drawing the assassin's creed Valhalla cover art as a means of officially announcing the game for Yourself Sheridan image that just had the word injustice three stylized where the e at the end of justice is the number three and the dot on the second I was stylized to be Dr Manhattan symbol from watchmen, and it is all placed in front of a clock implying the potential game could feature watchmen characters. There's even the familiar watchmen smiley face floating around in the clock parts. Boss logic tagged Ed Boon in the tweet who is credited as the director of injustice to and is perhaps better known as one of the CO creators of mortal combat. It's really not clear what this is. Boss logic could have just mocked something up for fun as injustice fan he could just be sharing found image online and tagging ed boom to see what kind of reaction it creates or it could be totally legitimate. And tore you know maybe boss logic forgot how email works and. tweeted his to Ed Boon instead of sending it to him directly. It feels a little early to be talking about injustice three especially considering more combat eleven just came out last year and it's big DLC. Expansion was pretty recent to just a few months ago developer Nether Realm is a big team though capable of working on multiple projects at once. So it's not outside the realm of possibility that they would be ready to announce a new injustice game soon. It could be fully announced at the upcoming. DC. Fan Dome Event with maybe a plant twenty, twenty, one release that that would make sense.
The Series S may be a cheaper less powerful next-gen Xbox
"A different next Gen xbox called the xbox series s has potentially been confirmed. Thanks to labelling on a controller. Microsoft has been teasing the existence of multiple next Gen X. boxes basically since the very first time they teased plans for next. Gen. Xbox they pointedly used the term consoles Klerl the first time they even mentioned Nexgen, and then when the xbox series x was officially announced, it was called the series x, which obviously implies that it is one of many but. Those teases there hasn't been much official word on what additional buying options will be available for the next generation of xbox but. Recently, we learned about something called the xbox series s from an unlikely source, the fine print on the packaging of an xbox one controller. Tom Warren reported on the xbox says asked for the verge and wrote the verge has obtained photos of Microsoft's new next Gen xbox controller in white complete with packaging that mentions the xbox series S. Twitter User Zach S was able to purchase the controller today and we've confirmed it is genuine. The new controller was sold on a resale site today, and the side of the packaging notes that the controller works with both xbox series x and xbox series s consoles Microsoft has not officially unveiled an xbox series s yet nor has the company even confirmed a white xbox series x controller a mysterious white xbox series x controller also appeared online last month complete with the new D pad texture triggers and new share button. This new league matches the previous. Controller League and retail packaging suggests that these could be appearing in stores. Soon, the XBOX series s will likely be Microsoft's second cheaper next Gen. xbox that's been code-named Lockhart a Microsoft document leaked back in. June. Shed some further light on the company's plans for to next Gen consoles. Microsoft's xbox series x Deaf Kit. code-named Dante allows game developers to enable a special lockhart mode that has a profile of the performance that Microsoft wants to hit with this second console.
Microsoft discontinues Xbox One X and Xbox One S digital
"Soft is discontinued the xbox, one x and the xbox. One S digital editions or Digital Edition this from Tom Warren at the verge who writes Mark Stop is officially halting production of its xbox. One X and xbox one s all digital edition consoles. As you ramp into the future with xbox series x? We're taking the natural step of stopping production on xbox one. And xbox. As ULCHIN and quote says a Microsoft spokesperson statement to the Verge Xbox. One S will continue to be manufactured in sold globally reports of ex and xbox. One S shortages have service in recent weeks, and there has been an increased demand in Microsoft and Sony's current Gen consoles during the pandemic or production is ending on the xbox and the xbox one s digital edition. It's like that stock for some retailers will still be available in the coming months. Quote Gamers can check with their local retailers for more detail details on xbox, one hardware availability and quote says America spokesperson. The xbox one s all digital edition was only launched in April last year a disc less. Version of the xbox one s reports have suggested that sales were strong for this particular console and Microsoft even bundle it as as part of the of the nineteen ninety nine monthly xbox, all access description that includes xbox game pass ultimate access Mark Saunders planning to continue its xbox all access all access subscriptions for the xbox series x launch later this year, offering subscribers opportunity to to upgrade the new console. Software maker is also expected to lodge cheaper, less powerful next. Gen xbox code-named Lockhart this this second xbox is likely to form a big part of Microsoft's pricing approach for. Gen xbox plans Greg. What's your reaction to all of this awesome? I think that. There's I don't want there to be for xbox going forward too much confusion. You've had all this time to buy these boxes to by the xbox one x right. Why would. We worry about that at this point. Right like you are about to launch the series that is GonNa take the place of the xbox. One X in this a pantheon of xbox is in the xbox ecosystem of Hey, for at least a couple of years. You'RE GONNA be able to play every all party games on any one of the xbox is so who cares I think that it makes so much sense to start eliminating some. Some of them make it easy when you go in. There is the xbox series x which is on the high end of the spectrum. There's the xbox one s of course. That's still happening like they're talking globally, but then really the question becomes whereas Lockhart. Is that Lockhart prediction. You know what I mean. The the streaming box the no disc, no, whatever just get it and have a thing for your xbox. Is that even? On the other end of the spectrum? Is it past the xbox one s where it is like hairs one for ninety nine bucks. Yeah, and and that is the big question. But I'm with you there. I think this definitely points to lockhart. And the place that they expect that council to take between the XBOX, series x, and now we have as the base, xbox one or xbox one.
Twitch has suspended Donald Trump's account
"Twitches temporary suspended the official Donald Trump which channel for hateful conduct the account was blocked from view earlier today. I think this is written yesterday with a twitch spokesperson telling Games history, DOT Biz heedful conduct is not allowed onto which in line with our policies, president trump's channel has been issued a temporary suspension for twitch for comments made onstream the offending comment cotton has been removed the representative highlight two comments to the campaign railways. There were recently aired on the twin as examples of hateful conduct.
Parenting In A Pandemic
"Fellow parents in the community I am sure you feel me when I say this past couple of months have been rough. So today Dr Anne. Louise, Lockhart is back to chat about what it looks like two parent through a pandemic. Dr Lockhart is. Psychologist parent coach in the business owner of a new day, pediatric psychology in San Antonio Texas. Born and raised on the island of Saint Croix in the US Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. Doctor Lockhart has a doctorate in clinical psychology and is board certified in clinical child and adolescent psychology. She's worked in both military and civilian. Setting Dr. Lockhart, and I chatted about the benefits of routine and structure right now. Managing Your own and your child's anxiety about cities reopening. What kinds of things we should be considering about school in the fall and how to have conversations with our kids and our schools about racism and racial trauma. If. You hear something while listening. They're resonates with you. Please be sure to share with us on social media using the Hashtag t BG in session. Here's our conversation. Thank you so much joining us against today Dr Luckily. For inviting me. Yes, always a pleasure to chat with you and I was like we gotta get her back. Because the last time you shared such great information about co-regulation right and that was before all of our lives turned upside down right. Exactly like I have been trying to listen to the episode on repeat like okay. How can I regulates today? Because, it feels like all that good stuff you shared. I'm really struggling to try to figure out. I would imagine that lots of other parents are too so I'm curious to hear how the DEMOC and everything that has been happening his really just kind of did everything we were doing. It's parenting Oh. Yeah, definitely I mean before all this happened. I mean as you know, and as some people know or may not know. Is that when you are needing to prepare for a life altering event many times we have some kind of preparation. Right or we know that it's coming or at least have an idea. Have some kind of file system has experienced something similar right, and then this pandemic hit and we're like wait. Wait, I don't have a file for pandemics. I don't know what to do when a global I mean. I've seen movies on it. But. I don't know what I'm supposed to do and so. I think what has caused some such an upheaval, because for many people like here in Texas we were literally on Spring, break and ending it when we heard the news, and then we told our kids. Hey, guys. Spring break is extended and gay. If extended some more Mike. Okay they're like so are. When are we going back probably in April? Okay, maybe okay, maybe August. Right and so I think that we we really didn't know how to prepare like. How do you prepare for being home twenty four seven with your spouse and your kids? Nonstop. And then maybe not be able to go to work or work differently. Teach your kids, I mean it was. It was a crazy adjustment it was. It was very difficult and I. think that's what makes it so much harder that we didn't have anything to relate it to. And no kind of system to compare it to Yeah, that's what I have found. I think just so overwhelming I said our last conversation talked about like how important it is to make sure that you're taking care of yourself so that you can then extend your kids. And in this situation we were all just thrown into working from home. And then you're trying to school from home and you can't even. Even like move about the world in the same ways that you were in, so it just felt like lots and lots of demands on your time in resources without very many ways of really kind of releasing it exactly and I think what was happening for a lot of people including myself is the things that we would normally do. We could not do anymore so like I love me some retail therapy. I couldn't go anywhere, nor did I want to. You know getting together with friends. Social distancing going to the movies can't do that. Go to the zoo. That's closed, I mean everything. Everything we do with our kids or for ourselves you literally could not do. And I think that's what so much harder is that Nicole? Regulation and be able to regulate and manage and balanced. Your time is all fighting good when you have the option, but when you literally have no options. You have to get very very creative with how you do that. so now it feels like some parts of the country are opening back up right like I. Know We'll here. In Georgia there are several things that have been open even for a couple of weeks ago. We are staying put, but things are opening up again now and so I'm wondering if you have ideas about how we might be able to do that with our families in a way, that feels they've. Yes, that's a great great question. Because now, a lot of places are opening up including San Antonio, but we as you said are put as well. I think that's where you have to really do your research and look to see what kind of measures are put in place, and then again talk to your family about how they feel how you can do that gradually and safely, and how you can start to get into the world in a way, that feels right for you so for example couple of weeks ago every three weeks now. My family and I decided to go find a lake to go to. So we can get outside and be in nature. They were all closed, so that made it a little bit difficult, but we were still able to go to a park and hang out together a getting takeout from a restaurant and having a picnic somewhere outside being able. Hang out together. Being able to hang out with family, we actually hung out with our inlaws twice because we know that they've been quarantined, isolated and social distance just like us, and a initially felt uncomfortable, and my son told me he felt uncomfortable and I acknowledged that I also felt that way as well too, and that it was okay to feel that way. Because! It had been three months since he thought Persson in person
"lockhart" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"That idea that this is your initial introduction into a band and it's something that's instead of like okay. Let's try and do something that's going to be and sort of really gets you know gets us out there. Let's do something. It's like a minute minute fifty six and just get in. Say what you need to say. Get out yeah just feels very a piece of the clash. Abandoned would later go on by the time you get to like Sandinista putting out three record albums and songs that are seven eight minutes long some of the dancy type soft. That's interesting it's about. You know certainly in their early years with the first album. Very much of the pop playbook or the PUCK PLAYBOOK. I should say You know a song that is very direct with its lyrics and I think it makes sense for a song. That's direct about what talking about to have. Obviously it's very much a three quarter type song and also to be sort of shortened in terms of the length of it All right that's it dude. Made a statement over blow to thrown down man cutting the fat the fat. Okay Winfield my second choice. I do like it. We're moving along moving along with this. Is going to be a quick episode. You guys. We'll put in. We'll put amusing and stuff out little fat and it is a song. Please please please let me get what I want. Okay by the Smith. Good Times for a chance to see the Lockhart Can make a good man turn his play when you're listening to know. Oh wow the size of the Sonnen loop in your car. Which hardwired to the song titled.
Xbox Year In Review 2019
"Let's begin with the xbox. xbox was twenty nineteen a good year to own an xbox one next question why hi it's no no see. Here's the thing. Obviously the first party situation with xboxes is well known at this point. They're they've bought. All the studios are trying to fix that. which I I think we're GonNa talk about later when twenty twenty stuff but yeah twenty nine thousand nine hundred so we've published as of this recording? We've published our nominees for game of the year and our various categories Gorey's and for best xbox exclusive there was one nominee and thus a winner a very very deserving by five. I think no matter. How if we'd had seventeen? I party exclusives. which was which is we're not doing third parties in that Ki- those categories anymore the exclusive category so it is exclusive Gears five was a tremendous game. I reviewed it myself and I just I love the series and the coalition is just. I amazed at how they've if not only continued to to keep gears being such a great game. But I'd say it's it's honestly probably the best first party narrative driven game Microsoft oft has even ahead of Halo H-a-l-o five really dropped the ball which we've talked about extensively on unlocked looking forward infinite but it's been a long if halo five was twenty fifteen and we've gotten to gears games in that time four and five craze both in amazing The other big release for Xbox on the exclusive side. This year of course was early in the here with. Crackdown three and that game. Just it just wasn't very good. You know it had. It had been quite the development. Hell it'd been announced years and years ago and when it did finally come around. It's a whole cloud powered destruction tech. Just wasn't it just didn't really make for a good game So yeah it's it's it's a pretty thin year That said the xbox one x fairly I would say objectively the best place to play third party games that are are enhanced with four K. level Additions I mean. We saw it with the end of the last year with With Red Dead Redemption to just noticeably better on on the xbox one accident the PS four pro. And so yeah if you if you had an xbox one x a four K.. TV You had a really good time playing the likes of Control and resident evil. Oh to remake and and all the other great third party games we we got this year sure and even a technical performance aside from the third party games the services the xbox one X or is it just one family offers now with gain has ultimate game passes arguably the best deal going in gaming. I think yeah. Yeah Yeah really great in five years. I think we'll look back and go. Wait did we never do we. This used to be a thing. We didn't know how you every console choline has. It is going to be a standard industry changing and especially when they're earning that deal earlier this year which I think they've done since like get your first month for a dollar I immediately added game has to Max subscription. It's amazing to have so many great games of such a scale you get so many great undiscovered gems and AAA Games right at your fingertips. Njit new you first. He's yeah then a little bit more all about all First Party Games day one on game. Pass that REX gears five if I wasn't did not have to buy it. It were a subscriber. Does that make it hard to judge. Its success yet because Microsoft's not giving out Definitive definitive metrics. Like we don't know how many game pass subscribers there are. We don't know how many people play each game so I stopped even announcing hardware sales or is it a while ago so yeah it is tough to know but the fact that we're seeing big third party games go more and more of the service indicates to me that that it's successful enough that that it's working. Yeah you know. We had the outer worlds on there on day. One which granted. There's that's sort of a weird situation. In which would have to get into or it's kind of Microsoft game but kind of not. Yeah but you know stuff like devil may cry five made it on their within like four or five months after its release. So there's we're starting to see third parties really jump on board with it. It's well monster. Hunter World got on there as well. So there's a lot of reasons to get it. I got it because of the world's yeah yeah and you probably are already feeling you got your ten bucks a month worth just from the outer world because it's awesome you talk about how thin the exclusive lineup was this year but I guess five I think is tapes it was better than any playstation four exclusive this year of that caliber. I there's one playstation exclusive that I think is hard to judge against any other game which dreams well okay but it's early acts on it's just ending sunsetting. It's early access availability but yes Of the other I pretty up in Sony. I'd say probably gears stands above. I just I just want to give credit. They really did put out an excellent. It's good I mean the campaign's incredible the it's the stories great you just. What the fact that? They've introduced a new generation of characters. Like it's it's totally been like. The Force Awakens of of the Gears University bring along the old crew. Hey here's all the people you love and know and care about but here's some new people that they're pretty cool too and it turns they are pretty cool and then the multiplayer sweets better than ever with that game so it's really just a tremendous achievement and then on the Hardware Front for Xbox we've got the xbox that's one s all digital edition. Yeah we have any sense of like how that is doing. With the Dow was received. There was a story that it was like the number one selling council in the UK during Black Friday. Week which okay I mean. I'm sure there were very aggressive sales on it. But that's that's a good thing I mean. The world is going digital We saw the the Course xbox one famously. It's when it was unveiled it was going to be so it was going to be basically the steam for consoles calls and the the world rejected that that proposal outright and Microsoft of course had to walk back a lot of their policies and ideas for xbox Fox won and they've never recovered that story's been told a million times but you know we are heading for that future and you know. Yeah so it's if you don't need the the BLU ray drive if you don't want to so If you WanNa just do all your games digitally and you don't want to feed any watch any four K.. Blu Ray movies on the console. Then sure why not save yourself a few bucks and grabbed the digital condition. 'cause it's literally the same same thing otherwise you're so we're we're heading that way and with two thousand twenty stuff that's Microsoft. Seems like they're gonNA they're gonNA keep going with that with With Lockhart Project Lockhart. So we'll get to that. We saw a couple of former xbox exclusives jump over to Nintendo this year with a cup head and so good Ori and the blind forest does that affect I guess. Do you think that affects the process. The value perception for the xbox to lose those exclusive games. I don't particularly when the timing timing of it was way M Cup had came out in November fall of twenty seventeen so it's been a year and then Ori came out before that jury one eighty early two thousand fifteen. If my if I remember correctly so no I think in those are just those are games that are so brilliantly suited to the switch just hand held games or even just the general sort of family friendly switch audience platforms this. It's great to have those games on switch and it's like I think a lot of xbox fans probably double dipped and went ahead and picked it up on switch as well because why not until X.. Cloud really rolls out. And let's let's you play those on the go. The switches the best way to to do that. Yeah it seems like Microsoft's stated agenda going like obviously they're gonNA want people to buy products scarlet but they seem to care less about the platform. You're playing their games on so as long as you're playing Microsoft Games and that game with X. Cloud with the cross play between PC and xbox with all of that
"lockhart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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Doctor says Trump's trip to Walter Reed was 'routine'
"The White House tweeted a memo from the president's doctor navy commander Sean Connelly he describes Saturdays hospital visit as routine the president didn't have any chest pain he said despite speculation nor was the president treated for any urgent issues he said the reason the trip was capped off the record scheduling uncertainties the White House said the president just wanted to get a head start on his annual physical but Joe Lockhart president Clinton's press secretary tweeted his disbelief saying he didn't go up there for half is physical Rita folly Washington
How About a Hearty Helping of Ugly Vegetables?
"So take your seat with the rest of the class and let's get right. Today's topic and be warned. Things are going to get very ugly very quickly. We're talking of course about Miss Shape Bruce vegetables not my driver's license photo going to start out by telling you what you probably already know ugly vegetables or fruit. Our justice this healthy for you is the better looking stuff in the grocery stores. And there's some research that suggests that ugly vegetables are more nutritious than their more beautiful siblings by away when I talk about ugly vegetables. I'm also including fruit and other items that may appear unattractive. Ugly food is become a thing in our culture and companies have been it started the deliver ugly food to your doorstep among them or misfits market hungry harvest and imperfect produce. They send regular shipments of ugly vegetables to your door at prices at are often much lower than your local supermarket. All this sounds like a great idea especially since we waste about forty percent the food produced in the US mostly for money food or restaurants or food that goes bad in our refrigerator but like so many other things. Reality doesn't always meet the hype and it's My job to crush your hopes injury Earlier this year the Journal of Marketing said and I'm quoting buying unattractive produce negatively impacts consumers view of themselves else causing a drop in self perceptions in other words by by pretty fruit. I'll be pretty to. It's also like the idea that guys who drive loud out flashy cars or compensated for having small hands. The Marketing Journal says to Change People's minds so they believe they're doing something great great for the planet or for some other reason. Though not only by ugly vegetables they will seek them out. It helps to know that very few of those ugly vegetables forever going into a landfill. The leftovers reader fed to animals or plowed into the ground. Become Fertilizer for next year's crop. A high percentage goes to restaurants whether sliced sliced and diced and the diner has no idea it started out as an ugly vegetable goes pre shredded. Carrots pre cut onions peppers and squash in the supermarket. Same same deal. It's a way to use ugly produce and not waste environmental journalists. Emily add can wrote in the new republic and I'm quoting again. The solution of food waste than is not normalize and monetize ugly produce. It's to create a system where excess food is produced in the first place. How can venture venture capital backed companies contribute to that goal when they profit from industrial agriculture's overproduction so the beautiful fruits and vegetables go to grocery stores and the ugly stuff ends up somewhere? Someone or something is going to eat it in one form or another. Maybe we shouldn't feel bad about selecting the best looking food after after all we're part of the system that's intended to bring us good food. Ugly Vegetable Movement is hot right now. But it's hurting others. In the business of feeding people foodbanks for example many of them depend upon donations of food. That isn't pretty enough to the cell or is near the end of its life. The company's capturing and selling the ugly vegetables have significantly reduced the food that the food banks receive because farmers I can now make profits from it then there are the kitchens that feed the poor and hungry using donated foods. Those kitchens also trained people so they can get jobs in the culinary industries fewer donations. They get fewer people they can help is buying that food. Okay sin someone has to eat it or it will go to waste too as you suspected it's not that simple. A lot of work goes into making pretty fruit. Look even more beautiful for example. Lots of fruit vegetables are coated in wax to make them last longer. And look better. British author. Suzanne Lockhart has spent a lot of time in the food. Business including ten years. Ears is vice president of a multinational food science organization back in two thousand five when it was February and very cold. She noticed how fresh fresh ripe apples looked at the Canadian store she usually past. She thought the fruit must have come from somewhere else in the world. But how did they get the candidate looking so good well. It's helped along by a chemical called smart. Fresh Canadian government allows vendors to spray it on the fruit up to four times that means the apple Suzanne was was looking at could have been picked a year earlier.
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Tennessee man banned from YMCA after posting locker room photo on Instagram, but he says it's due to his sexuality
"In custody after trying to burn his grandmother to death police arrived at the home on north avenue thursday afternoon to find two men fighting in the front yard police heard a woman screaming from inside the house that's when they found the elderly grandmother of tie sheen walton on fire walton was arrested his grandmother flown to vanderbilt university hospitals burn unit when is it ever a good idea to snap a photo in a locker room w g o w's bill lockhart says pretty much never nashville a couple were banned indefinitely from the downtown ymca posting of provocative instagram photo while in the locker room it's standard policy in gyms around the country the band cameras and locker rooms that for privacy reasons break alien says others post cell phone photos from the locker room he says it's unfair that he's being singled out because of his sexuality news that matters to you all day right right here on w g o w service forecasts for metro chattanooga showers and thunderstorms likely today otherwise partly sunny and hot.