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"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

05:28 min | Last month

"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Lack clean water salty. Lamelo with the door. This lived draw slow f long. You have been a six guilty. Feminists with white gets spit on our very special guests lower jones and lisa smith with music from brian night guilty receive chambers composed by mark project produced by nick sheldon the producers. Toss linski small shop next rich. Prophesy to everyone who might subset half as well as listening more information about this other percents visit guilty. Providence dot com. You have a poem for us. Yes i'm so on facebook. Fullness addiction abyss staff which is looked. Forget environment as it mine. The i perform there. Am i right to after. I'd like along buyouts thinking of by height poll. Try my feelings. Because like what ryan's saying yet. Very strong oral ancestral history with lots be can sing in united poetry especially and to me. It was a way that i could put across my feelings in a way. The mind family could understand. Sometimes engage in politics very wet. I'll use language the majority of my family and people sit down with dinner. Wouldn't understand i think it's important to be as inclusive as possible in high we communicate not making it more exclusive so our region poem It's cold god. Blesses all spoke to go toward evening on a summons die my prayers. Begging the presence of the soul lost wants with skin the color of a voice that won't scrambled travelers not gypsies. The sally taste of persecution stripe on tongue my knees bowl to the grind of his grace and mercy pleading forgiveness for the jalen jalen matched into my spine on the roma in twenty. My speech is a lasting connection to a station that the divine claimed what had my familiar is caused by. Centuries of survival enjoyed oppression. didn't end nineteen forty five alongside. The galleys of eugenics echoing a european corridor. It lives on with becky down the road. Dave up the street simply feeling uncomfortable at the full of occupying the same space as the dreaded pie case. It's the gordon on tinder. Lamenting how exotic be to taste the fruit of tom contemporaine because that would surely show rebellious child could be to middle class parents sipping chardonnay on weekends will not be esmerelda for unfortunately your tarot cards read oppressor not lover i implore the lord almighty show reflection in both the waters that provide the essence of existence and on the screens which provide us the empowerment of the day because capitalizing on romanticism is folklore is but another addition to not seeing me as a person as distant from it s p japan providing nothing but fantasy experience a token of accordions involvement tracksuits the satisfy the assumptions of wendy darling's owning disappear at the vengeance of a real captain hook in the absence of fairy dust my sanctuaries flocking to the bosom of the divine because the famous song once said i thought we were the children of god and lord of giving you my genesis only to find my cries stopped as assam against a wave of voices jacket as the fences that cage to fates. I'm sorry but you can't silence this undesirable with gasol weaponry. I is and blount my incense. I unlock my fine july. Twenty eighteen serbia parents call for segregation from rome children in schools july twenty eighteen a one year old remedy baby shot in the back with compressed. Our weapon by police twenty fifth july twenty eighteen of acura. A romany man is beaten into a coma whilst attack screen. We will kill you. Gypsy scum apprai- roma. God blesses all giants. Everybody it's a very powerful piece. We really appreciate you sharing it..

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"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

05:29 min | Last month

"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Alison. Can i ask. do you have anything to plug. I'd just the weight of misfortune. Podcast available on. Bbc sounds every week. We get amazing. Guests like deborah francis. Yeah i really love doing it. I love making podcasts. You know. I was asked by the guardian to recommend funniest podcast and i recommend to g when they went. No someone else's already recommended them. You can't have them like genuinely. It's the best thing at lockdown. It's been horrible on. I just love doing it with my mate and stuff. So it's such a an i think guys by the way it was so much fun chatting te- reinstate that like good good like but it was so much fun i learned so much in light. Thank you so much like. It was just a lovely way to spend an evening touched women. Yeah thank you very much really really appreciate it and I kind of want to say. I'm sorry feminism's let you down here say that. Yeah a lot of people are not stake why we should aim to do about. No one's perfect. Can i reiterate do think sort of making people central and just making it regular a regular practice to platform and have roman women as guests is very useful. So if you're a success on an all of media people are says this lot of creators. Listen to this so if you want to put any of these women we will put their details in the show notes or you can email guilty feminist jima. Com- if you'd like an introduction if you've got something relevant and can you pay them. Please don't ask them to do things for free. Yes because they do lots of stuff. Lots of their activism is team has to be free in ways because it is sort of provoked by oppression so if you got any kind of budget tool or you can find some all go and just pay some less or something that be good just contract. Keep it rolling. Because you've heard this and you've got my god. That's interesting and i didn't know i had no idea and blah blah blah so the people that you talk to don't know ida so talk to them share this podcast where you can tell the people bounce it just get it out a little bit more and to think about it if you someone who publishes books. So she's somebody who has some kind of platform even if it's only a twitter account but you could start re tweeting romania accounts. That would be something. You don't have to be running channel. Four here ian cats. If you this thing be great to have a documentary at thomas saint cut that out. But i'm saying don't we commission documentaries where romani artists and filmmakers charge that camera because i think it would be an interesting retort. What you've got would be seen as as controversial and edgy and all of those things channel four is. I think it would be a great thing to do. So if you work at the docks department of channel four or you are in fact in caps please consider that Consider that strongly. And i think he will agree that All of these women would make brilliant artists and documentarian or maybe even commission something scripted about the remedy population. It's what changes things. Thank you very much liza. All onto plays out with a song from.

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"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

06:50 min | Last month

"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"I'd love to know. Laura and lisa were kind of documentary. Would you like to be made. What would you call it because the channel four documentary like just by the name of it just seems like a heap shit. I'm also filmmaker and at the my anti enough this documentary and that's looking at and that's exploring how romany women's identity is represented in the major looking at documentaries like this and the impact that it has on women's everyday lives realities in how people perceive them and i've spoken to one of the things that come out of it is that film and tv so powerful because it's got the power to represent people. It's a political undertaking down. Unfortunately what we saying across film and tv is very narrative. One dimensional version of what romney woman is or what romi womanhood actually so for example my big fat gypsy biting objectified women in a massive way and puts out a singular narratives that we care about is getting married and being a housewife. That's not to undermine that role. And i think if that's your choice that should be celebrated and very much accepted but the issue is that we see roman image for documentaries like this be made into a spectacle or something to be laughed at and i don't think people should care or have so much curiosity about the way aroma decides to live life as a human being and something that's brilliant with. Where can travelers times is just saying the diversity of romany women people working in shops people working as nurses people working as lawyers. People working make checkout. Assistance is just so artists people and do. Yeah this is exactly what. I was getting that. It's just dehumanizing narrative that we've got on the mainstream press the fast thing that tends to come in people's heads when we hit gypsy or traveller is front page spread the sun. Look at my name. Is that of just unauthorized in cabinets. That we really need to push through this narrative. Because we're britain's britain's most long standing ethnic minorities and i think we really do need to push past the perception that unauthorized camps traveling caravans because only a small percentage of people are living in magic. And we need to go back to the ethnicity because we on ethnic group of people. And i think people just sometimes think that to be a romany personal to be traveling virus heritage that it's a lifestyle choice and then they say this type of social problem when actually it should ethnicity say it doesn't matter where you live where the apartment here in berlin or a finally than in a caravan in the west midlands so whether it's the casual racism of conversation or quite violent and structural racism that lolo talked about your dealing with all the time. What can we as feminist. Do to help and to change this. Well i think what you're doing bringing us into the conversation is a really amazing start. Say great kate. Lert presentation matters. You know it really does it really. Doesn't it's just sort of accessibility and putting it into people's minds. But what else can we do. It's a lot of things i think. People need to come from the notion of what they've done to all communities systematically in terms of anti-gypsyism. I think everyone who's listening to this will die within local communities high they react. It's about reparations. To communities like that was a history of right many slavery in the uk and why to europe we. We lost a quarter of our population and the holocaust we continue to be systematically oppressed annoy. Enjoy the benefits to everyone does even on a local level. You know in my local area. That's been a massive hate crime on a side tier where people just been. Spray painting on trailers saint gypsy. If you move will kill you. And there's been no action on not nothing from the local people. Nothing from local progressive. Movement's you can make kohl's day out of my personal time and labor and nothing comes from it and it's also not just checking in and checking out of it. This is an ongoing conversation because my issue is in lgbt activism. I go to events and everyone gets exonerated. Because i miss lott funny. Tolkien working class women like ooh. That's fun to listen she. She's kind of a bit interested in weird and it's like you know then suddenly when you reach out afterwards prefix gone the solidarity the moment of being seduced by us as a community disappear into the abyss. This is very violent. Form of racism. So if we're going to fix it. It has to come from very intense changes. Not being active bystanders when we hey racism from people in our lives in from ourselves but also recognizing that we're not just people in the bottom of the pile living in trailers that systematic in historic and also that we don't have to be the perfect gypsy. I didn't have to have degree to be valid. Someone who's been informally educated on aside and just doing that day today and manual labor is just a small unintellectual. As i am the thing i always come down to do you care. Do you actually care. Because i think for a lot of people don't and i think that's just something the we consistently has to kind of micromanage and also always censoring gorge people in all work. We're always convincing people that were people on. It's wild. it's honestly wild and we never get to the real issues. So i think that's politics now. A baby talker so no. It's very interesting and it's interesting hit. Lisa what can we do to help thing on the mars. Simple level in people's daily work is just allow stance the romany women's voices to behead and creighton say spaces where we can have dialogue and conversations where people can get to hear from us. So if you're listening to this and you have a platform and you think oh. I'd like to platform one or more of these women or other remedy women in my community. You can reach out to guilty feminist at gmail.com. But i really wish like the bbc and channel. Four nine hundred would have more of these issues on a would fairly and openly platform people..

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"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

02:51 min | Last month

"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Hollow guilty feminists. This is deborah. Some of you may have heard on bbc radio full of this week. My new series deborah francis white introduces. Its five stories from five storytellers. Just fifteen minutes each. I gave everyone the prompt. The devil mine is i. It's a bit of an feminist. Bought story about a woman are running off to do something daring reckless. The other storytellers old told stories from their real lives are travis alabama scarlet. Curtis steve allee and jessica foster q. They are all completely stunning. And you know all of those people from the podcast mark of quality gang so go to be sounds and listen now if you are craving more guilty feminist live streaming after the last show that we did. Don't worry we've got you covered on monday. The nineteenth of april. We'll be recording an episode of the podcast. And although you can't be with us in person to clap and cheer laugh and cry you can join us by the magic of the internet by buying a ticket for the livestream. Your ticket gets you an instant live audio and video connection to everything that goes on while we're recording including all the best bits that cut out of the final podcast and you can comment along via the chat and maybe have your contribution read out all your question answered and if you can't be there live because it's the middle of the night where you are you can get access to the video of a seventy two hole us so it's the guilty feminist kings place seven thirty pm. Uk time on monday. The nineteenth of april to get your tickets kings placed co dot. Uk all follow the link on guilty feminist dot com and just a word for britishness to say the policing bill that we talked about last week in the podcast that we would love to kill. And if we can't we must amend do you remember us talking about the fact that it is in part designed to make life more difficult for travelling populations and to give the police greater powers to move on romney people and travelers who automatic. Do you remember that. Well this episode. On romney women was recorded before we knew about the policing bill so our guests have asked us. Could we mention to you. How important is to fight this bill and if it can't be killed to make sure the admendments don't allow life to be made even harder for romney women and all traveling people thank you.

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"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

03:40 min | Last month

"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Where it's summarized doesn't wanna talk something important in like bit winds on the subject of romani people but just to understand. There's a lot of different groups in the uk that come unto these different categories of altay which is like gypsy. Roma traveller have light. Roy moore communities from the mountains you have scottish travellers You have irish travellers. You have welsh roy. Many people have their own dialect. You have sinti. People have balji folk. You like traditionally lived on boats. You showman showman community on all of that were. There's a lot of diverisity. I think this comes down to the issue of them. I the media has historically has a lot to answer for to be honest with you like my big fat gypsy. Weddings is the racial character that we have to live against and it shares no diverse deep Torn by high the shum exploited families Struggling and told them as a say and what to do and hind to put across their identity orchestrated situations. It's not representative of the lived reality of women wide to travel a people where such diverse communities assay different culture and this is the thing with like channel. Four in stuff is now they try and give us this ruse of being bad for equality but then when our own community members go in for leica divest he will and tell them by problems in it then say oh we can't make any changes about just how it is all they come into our communities take photos all this and then they get celebrated for taking pictures of us and it's like well that's not. The divers diversity is having romanian travel photographers. People getting paid for that time from the community. Making these changes I think that that's something to add. Oh and something. I wanted to say as well a by something. Beautiful about roy. Many culture is as a plus size woman. You very restricted often. In general with shops you have evans's and everything's all bland dr You'll just restricted to being like a shapeless like fridge. Honest like you know when traditional climbing line wearing today both and you're not restricted on any sizing whatsoever in like what you can express yourself with so like for example. I make a point of buying specifically from roy many businesses getting garments usually from balcon roma people. And you know there's this whole wave like you're saying not body shamed either as many women for wearing these claves in exemplifying yourself like that something and that's something. I struggle with in mainstream society. You know when. I go out the amount of time to get cooled like a fat ugly bitch by like some blow on the street but when i back into my community space i'm celebrated and loved and the clothing i won't wear isn't restricted on the basis of my saw. A what's considered beautiful says staff and very very.

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"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

13:30 min | Last month

"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Wanted to on the podcast. While i mean i was in being depressed at the time and i just realized the there's a lot of intersectional dialogue happening right now in feminism and the roy. Many women were completely excluded from that conversation. Despite having i think such terrible treatment across europe. I think it takes something that when the did a recent study on you know heritage groups than europe roy. Many people with so widely. Putt is one of the top loans. United has been over. Five hundred pogroms will mass massacres of ryan. Many people over the past five years When i was in. Budapest holocaust memorial was desecrated by far-right activists but just put by gypsies over the top on. That was actually far right groups outside roma parliament with flagons shunting by high all. Gypsy should die and actually pulling women by the hair off the street. You feel so powerless when you come from that community. Because you don't have the solid dougherty for mainstream feminists white. I would say goja non travel non roy many movements and you left on a limb and that frustration ended up. Put me putting like little knocked off really late at night. Unlike the guilty feminist group and then like ten minutes later a message requests from deborah. And i was kind of like oh my gosh. What's going on. But he just stemmed from that. I can't tell you how bad is also being there. And that's coming from someone who's a white pass in roy. Romany person you know. I experienced color. Ism that of many women. Do you live in hungary. And it's literally just every day i go. I am very traditional claves. You get yelled down the bus. You get yelled out in the streets. You get people fully year ryan places. Your shops restrict you'll rights to every point in center. And it's so i in the history also hasn't been recorded by us. It's been taken and exploited by white. Upper class academics. You've come into communities taken from us and been able to amass usage wealth and credit from all history is very much oral history and there's that aspect as well lisa smith. Can we bring you in your the manager at the travel times. How much of what lolo is experiencing something that you think systemic and you're trying to find i think especially over the last year and a half we've seen during the covid. Pandemic has particularly kind of found the flames of racism or hostility toward stigmatized groups in society. Because i think people are looking to cast blang particular groups and bombing i agree flow and i just can echo that i guess. I'm currently based in berlin. Working on a podcast cool. Smith's kush podcast. And that's looking at issues related to roman history culture identity and then bringing them in connecting them with current issues news and the revenue would The word for cushy means good and a lot of this is injustice. As a lot of people presumed it was just some type of cockney slammed gifts we hear. The light says downplaying rodney. Donna direly standard site but with a lot of people don't realize that this is an ancient romantic a word that they start. Conscience were Years basically on this podcast where looking at far-right extremism at the moment and the rise and not particularly in germany. And i was having a champion of the day because that was an incident in hanau. It was a terror attack where a neo-nazi shot nine people free of those included. We're actually roman so that was in the news a lot when we created a podcast around that and speaking to people who were friends of victims. Will we often have is for example if a documentary on tv like the truth about travel crime. I don't know if you guys got to watch that. But it was particularly damaged in the sensitive during a worldwide pandemic when roy many people and travelers are part of the local communities that they live in are supporting and helping and we basically had a documentary that depicted us as criminals. And i quote andrius kubilius and empty hugh who actually compared us into. What did he say. We are criminal gangs and increasingly violent but the six million romani women in europe and as a whole population of people were europe's largest ethnic minority. I think a good example working at travelers times is we will sometimes. I'll open the inbox. And if the has been a news odds cool. That's gone out or somebody says something quite lie about roy many travelers or whatever. We'll get emails to our inbox. Certain things like these people should be exterminated how. Please why don't you ever report on the negatives. Oh my god but the main reason we exist is to challenge negative stereotypes in mainstream society and give romaine travelling people a platform voice to tell their side of the story and celebrate the positivity that we ran seldom gets here. We'll tell me. The joy of being remedy having close family values having a rich culture and tradition that dates back in britain over five hundred years having a really strong history of music in oral history and something that i'm very proud of romani. Woman is that even though our language was never officially documented that we still have managed to keep it wonderful riot. Can you speak to this because you are romany and a musician. What's the joy. What's the fun stuff. What's the funniest stuff. Well yeah i second what lisa said. I'm dru heritage. And i grew up with a very strong awareness on an interest in my room many backgrounds and for me it has always been something of pride of celebration and throughout my life. I'm lucky to have been given many different creative and artistic opportunities to explore my roman identity so for example for with me. I'm i'm blonde. White skinned people often. Think the scandinavian or something. And when i first came to berlin it was to work on project with the roman army which was a theater show at the maxim gorky theater and that was in two thousand seventeen and it was the first time ever that there had been a show with very many actors from across europe telling their own stories on a national stage. Like we'd never been given that opportunity before. And i think that really speaks to the level of exposure that were given on a public platform often me. It wasn't the first thing that came up in conversation. Like my romany heritage. It doesn't just fall out of the and normally but people will say oh. Why are you in berlin like what you doing here. And i'm working on this project and like what you don't look like and why is he don't ever face ever hair and then all they'd start saying oh your a gypsy k. New because he bewitched me with your power go away you start getting these like people to start exporting these racist stereotypes that you whether they're telling you that your gypsy because they know more about it than you and you're telling them that's your ethnic identity or they're doing some sort of romanticised very damaging overly stereotype at years. Well it's almost like an existential issue like you spend your whole time. Tony explain your existence. The people before you can even really have a conversation about the racism kinda throwing you. You have to first explain the fact that exist in ireland politicians have got away with anti travelers sentiment and being very open of it. And i've got back on politicians in the uk do it to my dad's from england. My mom's from ireland and in both countries. I find that the political system is always been against romani people travelers and they're quite open and it suits them politically. What i try to do. If i see a politician that's tweeting about or if they've got a weird newsletter about that hauled him out on it like right to them. I'm not going to vote fee. I wasn't gonna probably vote for you anyway but indefinite not now and to make it not a political viable thing for people to be openly racist. I mean it should be done anyway agreed. Mp's do care about our employees care about what's votes so the more you can right. Yeah these things the more it matters. Unfortunately it's not a vote winner to be seen to be openly supports in us. Actually vote loser and this is the biggest thing that the other issue is that of politicians. Don't view romeo traveled people as their constituents people rooted in many different parts of the country. Who have a real long standing connection and probably have lived in one area for hundreds of years but there is a small say small but there is a a wave on a movement a very active role young romany gypsy and chocolate. People are politically involved. Politically campaigning so that brings much positively to me. Because they're the we are there and we visible and we just need to keep raising our voices in order to be an especially in places like berlin where they founded the european institute for arts and coach which is really joining of dots and is collaborating with a lot of community based grassroots organizations which have been doing a lot of work for years and years now and they're run by two women who were both very strong feminist figures and are incredibly qualify. For what they do. I feel that they're bringing arts and culture in to the forefront with the work that they're doing we've got vistas in berlin funding off so If you're listening in you're in berlin please try and support that. Is there anywhere else. We can donate any any young people's a activists efforts we can donate to lolo especially the lgbtq stuff. Where can we donate yup trampled. Pariente do have a donation link That will say a rhyme any fundraiser. That we've linked on declared collective page for the italian roy moore Homes and have nothing there. No access to school. The wrentham linked to that pay pal also off project the declare collective which provides free packages to rhyming in travel people worldwide as also the e. r. c. Which is the european environment. Right-center we can put the links in the show notes. And just if you're listening. And you're googling dick loess belt i k. h. l. o. And it's what what does it mean for a head scarf in particular like pattern. I'm wearing not one obviously in a proper way but very floral it can also be paisley as well. That's beautiful funky place. It's another way you talking about kush earlier. Is there any other like a romany. Words are used the retrace our language back through we know we originate from northern india. Because we trace back our heritage through our linguistics Example word that we use full house would be cab which is very similar to as in sanskrit so we can really trace it back to the very early stages through linguistics bog. It over to you girls. If you wanna highlight some other words that commonly used i think something to remember. There's about twenty seven different dialects of romanneh's all the romany language spoken today and also. It's one of the indo aryan languages that exists doesn't have a formalized alphabet spelling system so there's no official way of spelling words so in that sense of inclusivity rhymed it identify ryan wants to add in an untrusting ones like the romany words been like adopted into english like wonga longest one for me ryan as well which yeah commonly in england most romi speak poverty. Jeb which is translates has broken tongue and is like a creole of the romany language which is basically like the very many words but used in an english grammar structure. And it's kind of like it's much more because people often england anyway. People don't speak the language fluently that often anymore because it was banned like in the sixteenth century. Or something you could be murdered for speaking manasseh. That legacy lives on Not to say that some people don't speak of course. I grew up. With my mom. Light referring to let certain things in romanesque like the yolk for the fire or the jerk. 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"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

04:55 min | Last month

"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Okay so yesterday. Al government announced that they would be an easing of lockdown because the vaccine program has worked in scotland. It's eighty five percent or ninety five percent successful depending on which vaccine you take. There are ninety five percent fewer eighty five to ninety five percent fewer hospitalizations. This means if we do vaccinate population coronavirus. Virus will become something more like a flu. Which is manageable an. Hfs will not be so overloaded. And i just saw. This is free at the official government canada. On the eighth of march. You will be able to get drunk with one friend in a park. Yes on the twenty ninth of march. You'll be able to get drunk with five other people in your garden wonderful. If you had a garden which. London lull april twelfth. You'll be able to get drunk in a pub garden with five other people come all of may you'll be able to get drunk inside the pub with five other people. I mean. what does it matter if you know the five people and not the other people that are sitting behind you. That's whatever i suppose. They've got to make the rules. Somehow twenty-first of june this team that i was just sent says book week off work. Get really drunk inside or outside. Both how everyone tell them that. You love them. Deborah when am i going to be able to sniff strangers armpit. That's what i want. Now that's what. I finished a cat way. It doesn't say on the top. It's not clear. But i reckon. June twenty-first you will be in a pub trying to order a drink and i reckon the pup will be absolutely round. I think we should be careful though. I don't think we should just launch ourselves in the way that this be is suggesting we do need to be. I'll we definitely. We're definitely taken it with a pinch of salt. My dad got his his vaccine today exceeding citing. Yeah and then the the family what's up group is just it's like he's graduated or something. We're all just going. Oh my gosh. That's amazing granddad. Got his Vaccine injection a few weeks ago. So i mean there is hope i feel i. I know it's hard because hope has been something that we've kind of held and then it's been taken away and then held an taken away. But i think thing i've learned from this whole lockdown on pandemic is never that. Take away your optimism. Because that is your humanity and i am optimistic about june. No matter what happens. At least the weather. It'd be nicer. The weather will be nice. And i reckon it's definitely gonna be. I mean it's got to be better now. Because if scotland had around ninety percent fewer hospitalizations and we get vaccinated. It's going to be the same so it's gotta be it. I reckon we're going to be in a theater. I'm gonna hear the orchestra tuning up. It'll be rustling. I honestly don't think we're going to take things for granted now for at least six weeks and then we're rats complaining about someone at the cinema stamps. He stood on my foot and he didn't even apologize why they rustling suite. There's not that guy just guy who's phone. I'm going to say i'm gonna say something. I'm not gonna say something but i want to say something. I've got to say something that'll be six weeks but for that first six weeks i think we'll just be so high and loved up on humanity that we will find other people's annoying qualities endearing definitely.

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The Guilty Feminist

06:07 min | Last month

"lolo jones" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"I'm a feminist. I don't want to get married. But i do want to be a figuring on a cake and i don't know how can make that happen without getting married. Okay i feel. I'm going to make it happen for you. Do you have a birthday coming up. Idea idea into in james figurine for me. I know i'm so excited. That's i'm busy. Ask about june okay. What data and junius route twas now at eight. It's unfortunately it's the fourteenth pitching now about six years ago very proud of that day. Same birthday steffi graf but now at trump i always had a birthday but never knew when his birthday was but his birthday is the fourteenth june. Shit you've got k line has to both days. I believe allison spittle. You are queen in many ways you can have a second birthday and is say that birthday should be the twenty second of june perfect perfect will write that down so twenty second of june. I feel like we'll be allowed to be together. Yes so i'm going to get you. A cake is at any kind of significant birthday. No unfortunately housing matter does about it is significant. Because you're allowed to be in a room with other people. Yeah i'm also going to pretend it was the birthday from two years ago because car last count. We're in lockdown obsolete birthday. Just about doesn't count. So i'm going to get a cake. And i'm gonna put you on the top. Do you want anyone with you on the top. Now just put me in. A nice dress came in and i stress and a packet of cuevas. It's going to be it's going to be you between steffi. Graf donald trump. I don't believe his birthday is leave his birthday on the four to june. Twenty second for me. yeah. I'm gonna make that happen. I'll put a note in the. I'm a feminist part on a recent guilt famous episode. I complained that a listener had tweeted that. If they were going to get out the old laminated card and Dabble outside their marriage with a specific lay specifically with a guilty feminist crash. They wouldn't be able to decide whether to go for grace. Patriot or thomson linski. Can you imagine. How did i was not even to be in the mix e freely setting so i complained about this on the podcast saying that you know obviously i would be beginning legal proceedings and the poor person who tweeted. It was like no no. No it's just that. I'm very similar and that and blah blah when i just respect e. Too much to fantasize about you that deborah. This is my problem all the time. Respect me too much fantasize about me and it's a real. It's a terrible problem. That is literally one of my friends. Said they respect you too much. And i was like wow. That's hot respect to so hot though we didn't know it is but it also. Yeah i'd love to see people magazine like top one hundred most respected people at least fancied because most respected. I would definitely make that list. And then so. I am delighted to say that. Several people on twitter have Pop their head above the parapet and come right out with it and said that i would be the top celebrity guilty feminists crush the laminated carter friends. And not. they mean they didn't specifically say they want interested in thompson. It's kim grace patriot. But that's how i read it. They claimed they claimed crush monogamy. You and you alone. They basically said yeah that you'll you'll the one and made a hook up with some good old fashioned objectification which. I really need in lockdown. Because i starting to feel visible. I'm not gonna lie deborah. i'm misunder like one of my. I'm a feminist books right was. I'm a feminist book. I'm finding it hard to write. I am a feminist books. Because i've been high so long. And i don't get caught cold into highest then then i was writing my jokes and i was my boyfriend pass by and he said what you have to and assembled. I'm writing. I'm a feminist butts. And he said i love your feminist book and baby objectify in me. Dot is nice not riot. Do you have an. I'm a feminist bond. I'm a feminist. But i'm also a hopeless. Romantic can only really write love songs. I love feminism is allowed to be romantic bonds. I would suggest you just try your hand at one angry. Political rant get out. I always feel like i need to do lacquer feminist power song the next one. It's on the it's on the next album. I grace patriot. you're listening. i'm so sorry. I am telling riots roy on your turf right on your info cookie protesting tough. I can hear grace grace patriots. A feminist can hear her saying. Tell her to stick to romance. She just told you that's what she does. Why are you getting to know. She would never say that she would say we need more people. Protesting more feminism. She would say. I'm a feminist. But last week i got to leave the house to do a photo shoot for work and in the middle of it. I just stopped the whole thing and win. I'm just so excited to be touched. Because the hair makeup people were like when they come up to between photos. And they sort of dab you instead of a put things back in place and tease your hair. And i just suddenly realized i'd missed being touched so march but it was just incredible to be pretty. I was in a low place. And i came back feeling radiant and touched but also my line was some point and you know what i didn't. I'm a feminist. Didn't wash my face all weekend. Because i kept the makeup on hours. You put on those little eyelashes on you when you little separate single false eyelashes on wore off little by little. But there.

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Lolo Jones joins the cast of ‘The Challenge: Double Agents’

Sports? with Katie Nolan

01:06 min | 5 months ago

Lolo Jones joins the cast of ‘The Challenge: Double Agents’

"Lolo jones to olympic athletes lolo jones. The woman who is an olympic athlete who competed in both the winter and the summer olympics and like her whole storyline was that she was a virgin. Yes that lolo jones. The olympic champion world champion. She wanted me medals at the olympics. Did she could look it up it. She is competing on the challenge. I understand when we branched out to other reality shows. I was hesitant. I should never been on a reality show. Unless we're counting the olympics as a reality show and things are getting very blurry for me then things were just. It's reality go after reassess a lot of that's a lot of things about also listen to me if you are a collegiate athlete right now and you are scared and you don't know what you're gonna do in your interesting go on the challenge. Really it seems to be that way. It's the only way it's probably their plan to replace the older vets because you can't replace them with people who are manipulative get manipulated by the other. They have to push them out with literal athletes

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"lolo jones" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:43 min | 10 months ago

"lolo jones" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Burdens, a new HBO documentary premiering tonight takes on the stories that we don't often hear about when it comes to Olympic athletes. Sure, its all up close and personal when the game's run is we have come to expect, But there's a dark side about what happens when the quest doesn't end necessarily with a medal around one's neck. A weight of gold is a far cry from the typical athlete profile packages we often see during the Olympics. That's why I was just like, Why don't I just ended on Olympic icon Michael Phelps and Mohr Open up about the darkness that almost let him To end his life and his fellow athletes that have died by suicide. There's a lot of athletes on here that are super vulnerable gold medal winning diver David Boudia has featured in the dock You'll see Olympian after living on this documentary who we struggle to understand what our purpose is powerful documentary premiers tonight on HBO, Jason agents and ABC News Hollywood. If you step back, you'll realize what extraordinary lives. These people live. No matter of sport before they ever even get to compete at an Olympics had normal childhoods actually actually worked worked their their entire entire lives lives with with this this moment, moment, everything everything revolves revolves around around this this sole sole focus. focus. And And that's that's so so focus focus is is the the Olympics. Olympics. We We all all see see the the Gazi Gazi features features during during the the games games of of these these athletes and sacrifices, you know, but they end with a payoff. We still there at the games. Wow, you all that hard work, you know, But you're realizing that not just the Fleet who usually has to move to another city to be a training center. The families sometimes moves along with the athlete, so they gotta prove there's no money in this thing. So you win and hopefully get a sponsorship in cash. It's all personal sacrifice. So much of it starts when their kids yes. You know young kids and being taken to the pool or the ice rink or wherever. And this just deals with ones who actually make it to the games from the seven. What about all those kids who don't make it who lose up the trials, and they've invested all that same amount of time? I've done more in the Obama. That's probably another documentary among the folks the interview short track speed skater Apollo. No, Everybody knows him. You mean short track speed skating, not a huge sport. But come the Olympics. Everybody watches popular exactly, And he's a megastar. One gold, he says through fear of failure, says Obscurity awaits once the games and with no pension, no bonus. No stock options of fate even worse for those who don't don't devote their lives to one of the so called Landry sports now Dictate. But after the Olympics with village doors close, and that's kind of it. Oh, no. Says he had his health insurance pulled a month after he retired as an athlete. The documentary says About 80% of Olympians experience post competition depression. The weight of gold also mentioned several who committed suicide among them, Ariel skier Jeret Speedy Peterson. He shot himself after winning silver at the 2010 Vancouver Games. Then there's Lolo Jones, a two time world champion hurdler three times. You, w R US champ considered a Olympic bus, though, because she field the medal in the 100 meter event at the 2008 Beijing Games, should later go on to compete in the bobsled at the word games, with a few to do both summer and winter. In the doctor. She speaks of watching a replay of one of the races while she was serving smoothies at the gym's juice bar, where she was making seven bucks an hour around the world watching Look up to these people giving my blood, sweat and tears and all I'm asking is that someone can help me get through this. I don't think I have HBO documentary premiering tonight. The weight of gold. It's a

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'The Weight of Gold' Sees Olympians Open up About Post-Games Depression

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

03:43 min | 10 months ago

'The Weight of Gold' Sees Olympians Open up About Post-Games Depression

"Burdens, a new HBO documentary premiering tonight takes on the stories that we don't often hear about when it comes to Olympic athletes. Sure, its all up close and personal when the game's run is we have come to expect, But there's a dark side about what happens when the quest doesn't end necessarily with a medal around one's neck. A weight of gold is a far cry from the typical athlete profile packages we often see during the Olympics. That's why I was just like, Why don't I just ended on Olympic icon Michael Phelps and Mohr Open up about the darkness that almost let him To end his life and his fellow athletes that have died by suicide. There's a lot of athletes on here that are super vulnerable gold medal winning diver David Boudia has featured in the dock You'll see Olympian after living on this documentary who we struggle to understand what our purpose is powerful documentary premiers tonight on HBO, Jason agents and ABC News Hollywood. If you step back, you'll realize what extraordinary lives. These people live. No matter of sport before they ever even get to compete at an Olympics had normal childhoods actually actually worked worked their their entire entire lives lives with with this this moment, moment, everything everything revolves revolves around around this this sole sole focus. focus. And And that's that's so so focus focus is is the the Olympics. Olympics. We We all all see see the the Gazi Gazi features features during during the the games games of of these these athletes and sacrifices, you know, but they end with a payoff. We still there at the games. Wow, you all that hard work, you know, But you're realizing that not just the Fleet who usually has to move to another city to be a training center. The families sometimes moves along with the athlete, so they gotta prove there's no money in this thing. So you win and hopefully get a sponsorship in cash. It's all personal sacrifice. So much of it starts when their kids yes. You know young kids and being taken to the pool or the ice rink or wherever. And this just deals with ones who actually make it to the games from the seven. What about all those kids who don't make it who lose up the trials, and they've invested all that same amount of time? I've done more in the Obama. That's probably another documentary among the folks the interview short track speed skater Apollo. No, Everybody knows him. You mean short track speed skating, not a huge sport. But come the Olympics. Everybody watches popular exactly, And he's a megastar. One gold, he says through fear of failure, says Obscurity awaits once the games and with no pension, no bonus. No stock options of fate even worse for those who don't don't devote their lives to one of the so called Landry sports now Dictate. But after the Olympics with village doors close, and that's kind of it. Oh, no. Says he had his health insurance pulled a month after he retired as an athlete. The documentary says About 80% of Olympians experience post competition depression. The weight of gold also mentioned several who committed suicide among them, Ariel skier Jeret Speedy Peterson. He shot himself after winning silver at the 2010 Vancouver Games. Then there's Lolo Jones, a two time world champion hurdler three times. You, w R US champ considered a Olympic bus, though, because she field the medal in the 100 meter event at the 2008 Beijing Games, should later go on to compete in the bobsled at the word games, with a few to do both summer and winter. In the doctor. She speaks of watching a replay of one of the races while she was serving smoothies at the gym's juice bar, where she was making seven bucks an hour around the world watching Look up to these people giving my blood, sweat and tears and all I'm asking is that someone can help me get through this. I don't think I have HBO documentary premiering tonight. The weight of gold. It's a

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"lolo jones" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"lolo jones" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Gearing up to test of a century old treatment used to fight off pre vaccine epidemics of flu measles and other infections might work for covert nineteen to using blood donated from patients who have recovered doctors in China attempted the first treatments using infusions of donated plasma now U. S. hospitals are seeking government permission for formal studies to test anti body rich plasma in the sick after days of mounting pressure Tokyo twenty twenty organizer's bowed to the inevitable and postpone the games to next year due to the rapidly spreading outbreak now Japan faces the unenviable task of re organizing the events with every aspect thrown into chaos from venues to security and accommodation the change also of course creates issues for thousands of athletes track star Lolo Jones spoke with ESPN directly hurt me right in my career honestly don't know the body has another year to train for the Olympics but it's what needs to be done Japan had billed the twenty twenty games as the recovery Olympics and plan to showcase reconstruction in the northeastern part of the country they were devastated by the two thousand eleven earthquake tsunami and Fukushima nuclear disaster thank you Jim so one more year for yellow Jones might over the edge that's a shame twenty three minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next how managers can handle all the employees working from home I'm not a big talker I am a big door but sometimes the only way to solve the problem is to get on the horn and figured out so the only people I like talking to Granger with knowledgeable product experts ready with the answers to my toughest questions.

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"lolo jones" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"lolo jones" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We say. lose lose and lose any but I I I actually I know exactly what you're gonna say there are some bad. it's all upstairs age is just a number. I like it three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred. do you want to go our Lolo Jones. I mean I think I'm creating an incredible opportunity we have two very interesting get candidates right now. everybody else little bit shot out there well yeah I have to going up against Derrick Stein banks thirty six three hundred games all hall of fame in fossil femur boulder. it's pretty amazing that was that with the and and who was our was our first gentleman's name the first guy it owns his own business two kids plus an adopted kid he's an athlete he's an athlete he was the like a super is a sweetheart. yeah I'm kind of surprised nobody's jumping in with where their first time with us. nobody wants to talk about that a. because they give your Lolo you have your first time right in front of you. with your special guy your special moment our guide Derek fifty nine years old. guy Brendan. I mean I could do this this could be you know Scooby situation I think were. others possibilities here lot of possibilities. I know it's a little bit nerve wracking. you know if there if it's me. you're you know you're dealing with the Olympic athlete who can run faster than you jump higher than you probably lists. more weight than you can left. has shown a greater ability to overcome adversity then you. that's a lot to compete with into your daily I mean you did she needs a very competent got yeah that's that sticks out it did during the interview she sounded just so confident right and she's got a very busy schedule she's here she's there and you also know that. guys wherever she's that are you know they're trying to talk to Lolo. so it really does take somebody with a with a good decent backbone. but that's how it is for any amazing woman right. I can hear you out there I and I know what you're saying. yeah com. course. you think that I would think I was worried about other guys when I met my beautiful wife no. I wasn't I knew that she was gonna be sought after by the rest of the dudes out there but I was the catch and I knew that she would never. ever look another way because. it was me speaking for you right now. I'm always wear the Chelsea's get arise elsewhere is meant to be right right. yeah that's wild I went a you know it's funny that she went through with that because when I was growing up I was in a lot of theater groups and a crit lot of Christian groups I grew up around and living in a small town of McEnery and crystal lake and we had this one family that we had promise rings much like honest brothers you know where you are giving your heart to the lord and you won't case anybody until you're married okay and it was this group of girls their name the the Barlow girls to be there and mazing awesome family got wonderful people and they actually they have songs written about them they give him a big thing and ended up being a band that toured around the world promoting abstinence law yeah around there like they're one of the the biggest Christian rock groups of all time Barlow girls to each his own yeah I may it's a path absolutely in you my god when you you have you have a lot of different experiences where you grow up again. well I grew up in in McHenry county but I've lived a a lot of different places right southern Utah university in the style a I lived there for a little bit right go right right right in the park for a month I mean may I I don't you do you do you took yourself out of the little running but I I mean I think you're actually somebody of interest for long. a little young you're a little young which I you know but you have sort of that little bit of the out out there hide anything going on and I think willow's got that too and you're a you're an easy going guy you wouldn't be overly impressed by her athletic talents you mean you would you'd put her on a on a pedestal to a point but not over the top could you imagine that runs I like to run and going on that first run by the lake with with hello. let's go let's let's go for a run she be totally into it there's no doubt about I'm I'm I'm a little disappointed that we've only gotten two candidates but I think two candidates are excellent yeah so good luck good luck to you Brandon good luck to you Derek we will be sending this tape the low Jones foundation if you will the foundation for finding the best man to go with low low in her quest to her Twitter bio so she's trying to break the forty year old virgin she wants to get the forty one so that might not be great for Derrick Brandon but you might she might just lose out of it she seems hungry to me very thirsty I think the war is the word the kids used today let's take a a woman a time I'll get you to do is coming up here and then it and and and then okay and then after eleven nobody no break okay let me okay so let me let me tell you what's coming up then after eleven thirty there was a crazy. crazy scene. at o'hare airport today that I think we need to unpack. how in the world. I saw this mazing how in the world do we go about our lives where there can be a machine completely out of control spinning around in circles. and then you can have a circle of people who are just staring at this thing. as it's about to crash into an airplane or crash into them we have we have audio from the event I know that it made the rounds all over social media today think it's been viewed twenty million times so most likely I'm thinking that you've seen it. but it was a beverage cart gone crazy and what was then moving. back in the day short circuit with the with them with them with the robots yeah that's what it felt like to me they were the robots are taking the role it was robot this robot beverage car was taking control man it was taken over. and then out of no where basically the Superman robots came it came and save the day was able to take out the the refrigerator thing. you know robots are gonna be taking over me and that's what we're gonna have to deal with your over is going to be that you know Jim and Bob and it's in Sam and Susie and and and and and all and Lauren in about I don't know five years then we can be driving your over in gonna be anybody in their doors is gonna open you're gonna get in things yes Sir Golan you will be able to have a conversation anymore but then all of a sudden when these things get a male forgery spinning around the middle lake shore drive. and somebody's gonna have to come to the rescue the future is on display today at o'hare it's good checking news you're coming up at eleven thirty with your eleven thirty news here's a con thanks mark Illinois state police are assisting Bridgeview police tonight after a police involved shooting happen here hundred third in Harlem around seven o'clock in bridge view the southwest suburbs according to bridge view PD one of their officers squad cars was rear ended by the driver of another vehicle they say that driver got out with a gun he was shot he's in critical condition at Christ in Oaklawn may like put schedule the holder final budget town hall tomorrow night she's been holding them throughout the city discussing the twenty twenty budget deficit with citizens asking for their input on how to fix it the gap in the budgets estimated to be around eight hundred thirty eight million dollars the final town hall starts at six PM at the south shore cultural center that's at seventy fifty nine south south shore Dr in an update on how soon would see deliveries made by drones U. P. S. has the green light the Federal Aviation Administration has approved it for you PS so was the US department of transportation as a U. B. S. may begin making deliveries with drones and U. P. S. says it will it's planning on extending that service nationwide says they'll start with medical products and other packages and specimens that require quick delivery well checks sports traffic and weather next on WGN. my name is Bob and.

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"lolo jones" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"lolo jones" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"That is one of the number one rules of big brother big brother one oh wine. It's time that amber was antisemitic. And then the next ten segments about are not good segments. Right. We had just given us one. Whoa. He wouldn't be trolled like this. Right. But. The announcer his cast mates. Everyone had to fill in the woes for him. Come on, Joey, you're, you know, better than this gifts were overrode at this point. Okay. All right. So when Joey did his big interview in the house, he talked a lot about Lolo Jones how he was frightened by Lolo Jones Lolo header rough weekend in the house. Erica. Let's let's talk a little bit about Lolo. This is a question from liquid eight D on Twitter. The maker of the great BB viewer says if Lolo goes crazy on someone in the big brother house, but the feeds are down. Did it really happen? It's very zen question. I don't know brothers celebrity tells me tonight. Yes. But but then the conversations we hear implies that it may have. So it's a very tricky situation. I have dated several lows in my day. Whoa. People who do not like to be wrong. Get angry when they are wrong. Acts like victims when they are wrong real tough guy picking Dina in the veto competition. The go ahead to head with classic bully syndrome from Lolo. And if you push back against a bully normally the bully sort of collapses under that, I would love love to see the Lolo Jones dating show. Yeah. Well, that's a great great point Eric because leads us to our next question from a com Nellie, what are your thoughts on having low low as the next bachelorette? Now, I know you just got done watching the bachelor could Lolo work at the center of a dating show. This is too good to pass up. Somebody get ABC on the horn. She was on dancing with the stars. Sometimes they go back Schiller dancing with the stars. Why can't we go dancing with the stars to bachelor? She's had such iconic runs on the challenge. Dancing with the stars. Big brothers came out of it looking so good on all them smelling like roses. I can't she hand out the roses. And we know ABC loves a good virgin as they're Li. Yes, they let us know that hint system, and how great would it be to just see her berating thirty main or tires with love it or you're much more acquainted with the bachelor franchise than I am the the bachelorette typically fight with the men are we missing a lot of conflict here by putting lo low at the center of all this where the men are vying for her isn't the better opportunity to have Lolo Jones as one of the women competing for said bachelor. Yeah, that would meet tradit-. Wisdom, positively. But these shows have been on for, you know, fifteen twenty years now, we need to have the next innovation in the show. Why not have the person who's fighting with everyone be at the center of all of it? Even better that ways you can just fight with them in one by one. She eliminates them you piece of you know, what you are adding sure no room for you. You lying misogynistic son of a gun. It would be amazing like Natalie even Maria is like her like site advisor, Ryan's can Sigli area or something be providing. Okay, then Eric another Lolo question. J F says with all this fighting negativity going on both sides inside the house and outside the house. How do you keep continuing to feed the positive? Eric. Well, I you gotta let go of the negative thing. That's the key part of all this. And the great news is last night. We had someone who shows us what it looks like. And how great your career could be. If you just literally stay crushing it for five six decades. So we do have people to look up to. But I do agree things have gone a little negative, and we always want to be seeding, the positive you're at the winner Stein. So I think what may be good is if we were to find a positively charity and forget the badminton match. I can't so that all right?.

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"lolo jones" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"lolo jones" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I don't feel great about this. I think they said it used buddy from her showing on dancing with the stars instead possibly, yes. There's a lot of hype a lot of hype luck good marketing Lolo Jones. But no results to show for it yet. If there was a lot of hope for a long time that her and Tibo would come together for a magical, though sex double virginity loss. But sadly, he just recently got engaged. So it's off the table. Now. I feel like that was her last big chance to capitalize on all. Is it true? Eric that. Power veto would be the first medal ever won by Lolo Jones. Yes, I do believe waiting on now on though. Fingers crossed. Okay. So Lolo Jones. What is she going to be doing in her active? Pose I think she's going to hurdle something she has hurdles next to her. But she's like, hey, come at me. Come at me. You said you want to punch me in the throat come on you want some of this you want some of this you see now we're talking because we all know how the celebrity boxing's go. Know to get paid for them. But that could do big paper view money a a Lolo Braxton boxing match after the season. So maybe they're in know. You know, working on this together that they are they're going to continuously reading to punch each other run-up. Lisa may come out of there come out of their pay day. Okay. You really have been all that hard for her to like jump into a bobsled or jump over something here come on could have done. I think they've probably on a very tight green screen like this probably they don't have a lot of room to jump around. I don't think I would say they probably now like tell them what it is that they are actually doing here. But, you know, back when I wrote a dinosaur to the big brother house explain to us, what was happening in the credits. Well, yeah, I should have been. But it was like there were like, hey, make some wacky dance moves. And so you're like so self conscious. So I hope at least told them. Hey, this is for your opening credit. You know, how she landed on this maneuver, though, I'm not sure okay? It looks like she's wearing Joey Lawrence his pants here. Yes. So now, we pan left. Oh, and here is Cato. What's this face Kato is making on the witness stand or it's like Cato? We're. What did Jay tell you did the night uh huh? He said he was doing private bathrooms. Not sure what's going on not for nothing. I would have preferred plan cdo in the cats. The judge. He's. Yeah. Still with us the Judge Lance Ito. Okay. So what is Kato going to be doing we go from Cato? Oh, wait. Nestle Kato is outside this supposed to represent OJ's gated Brentwood estate. And then is this his reaction? Oh, okay. What did you do?.

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"lolo jones" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"lolo jones" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I thought that tame are handled it so well, you know, she has the whole thing with candy, which will talk about. But I really thought that she handled this like as good as you possibly could. Yeah, I think so too. And she made a joke about it. But didn't didn't believe them? When Natalie tried to cover it up with something else that oh, well, I didn't actually mean to say final to. No. By was. They're calling them out busted dot com, which may be that should be the name like she said of their final two. The final two the dot com bust. All three of them played this bad by the two of them were defended as Hal about the fact that they got busted with team are also should've just said, okay. Yeah. I mean, she knows that they were busted, but she should turn down the awkwardness. Let them live in their law. You know, they lied put that in your mind for later on to worry about you don't need to call them out right now. Funny. A really crazy way. She talked about how she's looked like don't do like, I know you guys going to. It's it's fine. And then they said, well, you have a final with candies. I don't say that I'll punch you in the throat and. Okay. So what did you say throw? Did she get into a bar fight though, or she is a fly low low judge make no mistake. Yeah. We've looked up last time we work. We thought that was fake news. And then I was like literally the phone like, Melissa, right? Yeah. Funny. And and then, you know, I don't I don't think it was strategy. But such a great end up being a great move for Lolo Jones where she was sort of like. Implicated in this final two and the conversation ended with Tamar having to apologize to Lolo Jones of like like, no, no, no. I don't I don't mean it. I don't wanna fight. I'm I'm your friend. Remember, so good move to get really pissed off about something. Lots of people are very good at being in the big brother house. And I think people are the people are the best that are the celebrities 'cause they're all of these girls in this room. They know how to play the victim really, well, especially tame are especially Lolo Jones all so innocent. Right. So we ended up going with then for some reason. And I don't really know how how this happened. But Lolo got very upset all of a sudden that locked e and Jonathan they seem to have being together constantly, and she just reached a breaking point that locked. He was supposed to be her friend. She didn't like that that locked the had been stolen from her. Brent this is Dom. I literally treat about this. She's so dumb..

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"lolo jones" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"lolo jones" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"And that guy will never talk about anything. That's deep deeply personal. It's all surface conversations and dumb jokes about like sophomore shit. And I don't think that that's gonna last very well. So he's on low low low on my list Lolo Jones. No, let's hold the Tom green. Did you watch him on the celebrity apprentice? Yeah. And he sucked on 'til like that. He was pretty low energy on that low energy. I think by the way, the guy's single he lives in like some mountain home. I saw a whole special on him. Like a like a where are you now? And. I think he's a very lonely guy. This'll be good for him. Then he also had a really sad garage. I remember that. What is a sad garage was just like he had a car that was like an old car. I felt like he spent a lot of time on it. But it wasn't like a fancy old car. It was like a Pinto or something. Like, he thought it was so hot shit that he had his old Pinto. But he had just like a lot of boxes in his garage owned the relate whose booster framed. It was just very sad. Maybe he could get a visit from Marie condo. And maybe his garage will be less. Sad. Gotta hate that show for another day. Okay. Lolo jones. All right. I'm sorry. But she's a little strange. Here's why. Okay. Yeah. She's a decorated athlete. It's it's unbelievable that she was in the summer in the winter games. Not a high achiever in part as far as medals go also feel like she had a little bit of a breakdown when people started picking on her because of her athletic successes or non athletic successes. So I can't imagine that it's easy for her in this very odd environment where you're like basically locked in a prison. I think that if anybody is like a like an issue with her that she might come unglued. She's been on the MTV challenge shows, which is like kind of suspect. And then she was on dancing with the stars. So I feel like she's one of those people that's like shit. I can't bobsled anymore. So maybe I'll go on. Like a couple of reality shows sheet. But like let's say like two years from now she's going to be like on a cookie and challenge on like the food network, adjacent, right? She here's my issue with her. She talks too much about being averge. She's talked about burgeon in the news saying one cares about your sex life. So she's got like a chip on her shoulder because she's either still a late in life version or has broken the cherry, but is unwilling to tell you who did it. And the other thing is I still think that people like that who are have extremely low body fat. And we need to work out work out all the time. We'll do well only being able to go outside and work out. Maybe like two days a week. They have to come up with like, some odd workout schedule within the house lying tapping their foot for I don't know three hours or something. I think that that's going to be a real issue for her leaving Susan that crack, I think she's going to crack I think that I remember when I interviewed the Alina in Mark Mark like. God it was torture. I could never work out. And then I gained all this weight because we had shitty food. They I they bring vegetables and everybody eats that. And then you're left with like bags of Doritos. So I think Lolo Jones will not do. Well, if she has to eat bags at while. I also have low low on my draft team to case. Now, I'm not feeling as good about her. Now, I think you need to take her off your list while too late for that. Could she find love in the house? No, no, good. Why why don't they get her with the bachelor? Oh, I wouldn't that be so depressing. So I don't wanna hear about your sex life. I don't need to know that you have not landed the deal pain. Do you think that he's lying? Do you think that he also secretly has lost his virginity? But was just saying that he has it. Now, I don't know if he necessarily is into women. I just I've never seen..

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"lolo jones" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"lolo jones" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Well, what's Lolo Jones Saito's pointing the win man Lolo Jones. Jones. What happened? He's one of the most unlikable sports athletes, right? I'm on my own alone on this one. I think you're right right up there. You don't have the confidence when you call him a sports athlete you've limped in with not a lot of confidence on attacking American Princess Lolo Jones who a lot of people don't like. Well, I was like I thought she was very likable and I used to like her and then I saw her on the challenge on MTV stars versus champs, and she was kind of a villain on the challenge. Mtv stars versus champs, Dan. We can all agree that Billy has the worst taste than television. Can we why? But you watched so about swords who can make the best swords, you you really watch. If there is a terrible show on television. You're all in man oak island this week was bananas. We're like seven seasons in sixties. And Dan, you would like this show. I think you would like the show the basic concept is there's this island right off of Nova Scotia. And there's this hidden treasure here. Look FDR used to be they're looking for the treasure. So this has been a long treasure hunt. That's been going on and they've ruined this island because they've been doing way too much digging way too much construction. So they don't know where the treasure is. They also don't know what the treasure is. They think they know who put the treasure they're not one hundred percent sure on that either. But this season finally we're having developments, and they're finally doing things, and they're finally finding things they found these things underground these long logs that just have random Roman numerals on them. They think that the treasure could be a ark of the covenant be holy grail. Another one that they thought it could be a shakes. Spears manuscript which by the way, there's been way too much flooding, and if there were notes by Shakespeare on there, it's ruined tell you can I tell you. I know a lot of people think I love you are the three best words in the English language. I prefer you are right to I love you. But the worst three words in the English language are Billy segue with a by the way, because we're going on a terrible detour there, we're going to end up on a flu of terrible. They also have the mass singer tonight. Oh, I like that show where mass takes Laura that's tomorrow. That's a Thursday staple. We need structure guys, we need segments that people come back to so people know, hey, Messier Wednesday, mass ticker Thursday. Boo. Tomorrow mass taker already people you have any other mass takers from before do you have anything you can tease the audience with. So that they come on. So that they tune in tomorrow because we're the three review the three who played were great. Do we have anything that we could give the audience a more? Ts the mass taker we have four unaired mass takers, let me find them. I just need one. I don't need more. But it's not surprising that I would ask you for one. And you would give me too much by the way, by the way, by the way, I'm telling you you would like this show. Dan, Dino, the knights Templar. I didn't know who they were like a secret society. I think they were like priest or something, and they go in and they have these crosses that have looped, and they found all kinds they're gonna find something. They're actually, you know, what I don't think they're going to find something there. I just changed my mind because they've had so many people going on. And there's this guy Samuel ball who came from next to nothing. And then all of a sudden owned half the island, and I'm sure he found something, and that's how he bought the rest of the island. There's something going on with Samuel ball. Mark my words does anyone know what he's talking about? Well, Mark those words though, Markham because we want to go back and revisit these marked words of ear McGill. Do you have a mass take or give me a mass taker? I will. Karma discount..

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"lolo jones" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"lolo jones" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"Hundred lifter I can make two hundred pounds difficult. It's it's my rhythm and routine, and I want I want my muscles engaged, and I wanna strain, but I don't want to hurt her ineffective. This is not right. I wanted to hurt in a sense of ood. This is this is complicating feels good. It's kind of a it's a bit of a narcissistic good if you know what it means. And that's what I tell people go. Hey, like just just throw out the idea that you have to lift X way over X distance and be no you don't just moved away comfortably safely officially. That's the one move beautifully be beautiful. If you look at if you look at our favorite over favorite athletes. You look at lebrons James move around. He doesn't look like he's six eleven looks like he's five eleven. He's got so much. How? Are you look at like, you know, Ken Griffey junior from passer Bryce Harper, and I really beautiful. Good swing. It's not a beautiful. It's pretty beautiful. But that's my thing is beautiful powerful. If you move officially like Lolo Jones, you gotta lower Joe Olympic traffic spinner from Hampton female, just amazing world record holder in four hundred the two hundred and I think the foreign hurdle swell last couple. She just runs beautifully, and she's she's it. She's cheetah. I'm I know you've got you've got stuff to do world's more world to conquer. So thank you for hanging out with us and for so long. It's so incredibly generous view. Yup. No. I'm happy. I'm happy. I hope I hope that people again, I guess my only real takeaway from this is that I mean, people get as many things that really money for me as far as what's in my heart. And what I wanna accomplish lies is that I think that all of us we we can use. We can use the seal. Teams or special forces or the, you know, our our platform is athletes to make change in. And I think that we're just like you kinda sad I'm past the point of informing people is really want people to take action in because no one else is gonna do it. And that's and that's not because people don't care. It's a lot of us are just kind of local looking around trying to do the same thing. But no one's taking the lead on this. And you know, not to say that I'm taking a lead on it. But I have every intention accomplishing some things that are my head leading talk about them. But there's gonna be some big big changes for me to help some people in order for me to do that. I've got a compass and things, and that's what I in do get as much done at I can to help people out as much as I can and leave it better than I found it. I mean, I really doing this the best of my ability because I want to send or help get people into our community that are looking at these ideas early. And so we can improve the longevity of. These of these people we can improve again. I if I'm it's not my wheelhouse. If I if I can make one wish I could make one wish our seal community especial forces is that a really hope I really wish someday that we can we can make the family unit outside of work just super strums for these men, and that's what I want. I don't I don't, you know, I don't know how to fix that like with nap of a finger. But what I do know if I ever want to get there. You gotta be a good teacher. And you gotta be willing to let people know that you made mistakes. And and this is how you remedy them. And that's what I wanna do. Yeah. And it certainly takes a lot of courage to do that for sure it's like not not easy for anyone to MIT. They made a mistake gripe or that they have things to work on..

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