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Kyle Lowry scores 19 points, Heat beat Bulls 107-104
"Gabe Vincent scored a season high twenty points as the heat held off the bulls one oh seven one oh four Vincent scored sixteen of those twenty points in the fourth quarter Kyle Lowry added nineteen points and Jimmy Butler at eighteen as Miami move to thirteen and seven on the season Alex Caruso had a season high of his own twenty two points also off the bench but the bulls playing their fifth game in seven nights drop to thirteen and eight and they had a season high twenty two turnovers David Shuster Chicago
Herro leads Heat past Pistons 100-92 with 4th-quarter rally
"Tyler hero had thirty one points and eight rebounds in the heats one hundred ninety two comeback win over the pistons Miami trail by nine before opening the fourth quarter on a twenty seven six Ron heroes back to back three pointers cut the deficit to seventy seven seventy four Jimmy Butler and bam Adebayo each provided fifteen points nine boards in the heats fifth win in six games Kyle Lowry added fifteen points eight assists and six boards for Miami Detroit led fifty three forty seven at halftime before finishing one and four on its five game homestand Jeremy grant had twenty one points and seven boards for the pistons I'm the ferry
Tyler Herro scores 27 points, Heat hold off Jazz 111-105
"The heater and a one eleven one oh five win over the jazz behind Tyler heroes twenty seven points and eight rebounds Duncan Robinson nailed six three pointers and added twenty two points Kyle Lowry had twenty one is Miami swept the season series and snaps a three game skid you taught me to close by scoring eighteen straight in the fourth quarter boy am Bogdanovich delivered nineteen of his twenty six points in the final period and Jordan Clarkson finished with twenty five points the jazz have dropped four of five since opening the season seven and one I'm Dave Ferrie
Herro, Lowry help Heat hold on to beat Jazz 118-115
"Tyler hero scored twenty nine points and Kyle Lowry had his nineteenth career triple double in the heats one eighteen one fifteen victory against the jazz Miami led by nineteen with five minutes remaining but the victory wasn't assured until Donovan Mitchell missed a three pointer in the closing seconds Larry finished with twenty points twelve rebounds and ten assists Jimmy Butler scored twenty seven points for the heat making two free throws with ten point four seconds remaining after you talk cut it to one sixty one fifteen whether it's by one or twenty one and thirty one for that matter as long as we win we did our job Mitchell finished with thirty seven points for the jazz both teams are seven two I'm Dave Ferrie
Celtics crank up defense again, roll past Heat 95-78
"The Celtics played air tight defense for a second straight night on the way to a ninety five seventy eight stifling of the heat Jaylen brown scored seventeen points to lead six Boston players in double figures the self what the back to back in Orlando and Miami by giving up an average of seventy eight and a half points on thirty three percent shooting Miami shot thirty five percent overall nine for forty one from three point range and manage a total of fifty five points in the final three quarters Jimmy Butler scored twenty points for the heat who finished the game without Kyle Lowry because of a sprained left ankle in the third quarter I'm Dave Ferrie
Balanced Heat hold off late Mavericks rally, win 125-110
"The Miami Heat won their fifth straight as they defeated the Dallas Mavericks one twenty five one ten so Miami improves to six and one well the mail drop to four and three he shot fifty two percent from the field hit thirteen of twenty five treys took control with a forty six point second quarter and held off a late Dallas rally the heat had four players with twenty points or more led by Tyler here over twenty five Jimmy Butler had twenty three Kyle Lowry and bam Adebayo with twenty two a piece well look at Dante's led all scorers with a season high thirty three for the mavs Bob Stevens Dallas
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"lowry" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
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"lowry" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Fall, be Roman ready. Yeah, I'm not surprised 'cause there's so much sexual content in the Internet that it's adding to the confusion. So people are hungry for shared ideas and healthy ideas because they just don't know where to rely on what's real, what's not. And you should talk to my daughter. She's way down the road with all this stuff too. I love to talk to her. Yeah, we gotta get. This is the stuff that she gets into all the time. And our book is that we wrote a book to doesn't that be awkward about a lot of this stuff as well. And I don't want to be there when you guys have this conversation. So she can speak as freely as possible. We're not invited. I do not want to be there. It's okay. It's good. I've got proud of her for being that open and direct and I do not want to be there. So okay, so I kind of feel like we had to wrap things up because for two reasons. A, I feel like I got into everything I wanted to get into with you and B, I don't want us to get into territory that could get either less in trouble with Larry or MTV or anybody. Because we don't know where that is. I don't know, it can't possibly be anything we've talked about so far. Because this is just very, very human experiences that you've always been sharing and stuff we don't have time to get into on the reunions that is really deep important material and mostly the big takeaway for me is everybody therapy works. Kalen is somebody in the middle of it and you see the progress she's making you see the benefits she derives and she will continue to get dividends for the next how many years you do it. I wasn't therapy for 11 years, and I don't feel like a few of those years I wasted. A few years I was just going just because I wanted the discipline of going and I thought I should go. But I wasn't really doing much. But a lot of it I was doing a lot. And I don't regret one minute of it. And you got a lot of stuff. You got a lot of that trauma stuff to bring in an integral. Like a crossover or something of us digging in. And I need to do ENV R. That's something on my list, so. Well, is your therapy therapist recommending AOD? Well, I don't want to say she recommended it, but she definitely said we could talk about it and explore that option. Does she do it herself? I don't believe she doesn't. She said you to somebody to do it. The psychologist, so she has a ton of recommendations. Yeah, so EMDR is this eye movement therapy that helps access parts of the brain that your brain doesn't want you to go into essentially. Feelings and experiences and memories that are really locked up. And it makes trauma therapy more efficient. It makes it. It moves it along with a little bit. And so you would find what you would find, you'd probably have a very powerful experience with it, and then you'd find yourself later, much like you've noticed you were thinking about this one thing you never thought about more of that kind of stuff would start a percolating around for you. And that's really, really, really, really good. So congratulations. I'm so happy for you..
"lowry" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
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"lowry" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"My mom not resentful anymore. I feel like I've worked through most of that, but for a long time, I was very resentful of it. And then I was also resentful of Joe's parents, even though they were giving me a place to live and a place to rest my head. I was so young and sorting through all of this that I kind of felt like a burden and I was mad at myself for it and resentful to them because they looked at me as the burden when it was like, I was 16. I was not an adult. I was not. You get what I'm saying? Yeah. And I'm thinking about Trisha Paytas again. That's when you had more of those symptomatology that she has. And of course, adolescents often have those symptomatology. That sort of part of being an adolescent. And yeah, you were chaotic. It was chaos, right? Yeah. And so I was more I was mad at myself and it was coming out, you know. All over the place. All your place, yeah. But I still think you will be long-term grateful for those guys. That helped you survive in a situation. It was just like, wow. I think I also feel like it was held over my head a little bit, though, too. I felt like it went very quickly from being helpful in wanting to help to look at all we've done for you. Oh, I do remember that. You're right. Which is also understandable, you know? Yeah, to some degree, but I mean, I mean, when you do things for people and then turn around and say, oh, look at all I've done for you. It was more like you didn't do it for me. You did it for your control to have control over me. You get what I mean? Yeah, because and to some extent because they were worried about a baby and worried about you and worried about Joe. They were trying to control and kind of an out of control situation. You just look at it. It's not that you're an adult and a parent. You need to start looking at it from their perspective a little bit. And let me go back to your mom. I get that you don't have resentments anymore for her, which is great because only you the only one that suffer from or resentment, right? She doesn't know about it. But it's okay to really feel, I don't want to use too strong a language, but disdainful of her as a parent. You can hate her. You can feel sorry for her. You can be sort of not like her. And you can also hate what she did. You don't do that. You don't do that. Today, I don't have to have no feeling. I don't have hate resentment, love, nothing. I literally feel nothing. It's more like indifferent. Yeah, yeah. I get that. Yeah. Yeah, that's probably better than anything else, but you should have some negative feelings. Because even just in the sense of as a mother, going to do that to kids. You know what you should be as disgusted. It's disgusting. I think we went through that already. I already felt that and I kind of let it go. I don't know anything. Yeah. All right, fair enough. So back to today, let me look, oh, bye. V I always color one O clarify, V she ended up being a pretty cool person. Although it was not clear at first because she was sort of feeding into the conflicts and stuff at the beginning. I was a little young. We were babies, you know? Yeah. And she started dating someone that had a child that she, you know, she had never done that before, and I had never had a child with someone and had someone else come in and none of us knew how to navigate that. So, you know, we both a lot of my stuff was on camera and her end of it wasn't. Yes. So although I could see it. I could see it. Generic of tale is always the problem. No, no. No. If you remember the readers, I tried to get because I could see what he was doing. I could see it. And I was like, I was trying to bring that in more, mostly as a way of trying to resolve conflict between you guys, because it was like it was not good. And so now it is good. And what kind of stuff are you guys doing on your podcast? What do you like talking to kind of things you guys get into? Yeah. We talk pretty much anyone who has an interest in anyone who has an interesting story and we talk about co parenting stuff. We talk about sex stuff, relationships, all kinds of things. And actually, we surprised the not safe for work topics like sex and all kinds of stuff actually does the best out of ever before. Of course. Yeah. Which is surprising too. What are you talking about in terms of talking about sex you're talking about experiences and preferences? That kind of thing or just whatever. You know, just like empowerment and knowing your body, getting, you know, knowing what you want in a sexual relationship. And it's weird because it does go against what we teach for teen mom, but now we're almost 30. We want to promote women empowerment, sexual health, sexual, you know what I mean? So that stuff actually does really well. Well, a.
"lowry" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Oh man. Right? Yeah. I mean, how old is your son? He's like 11? Yeah, he's 11. He'll be 12 in January. Good luck. I blew the case. Well, hey, fuck you, man. No, no, no, it's good luck because she has all boys. You've got 22 year olds, though, you say good luck. I got 29 28 year olds. It's coming from a place of like surviving war, like you're just like it is. You're right, I should be more clear. A single mom with a bunch of boys is our hats off to them. I just have full respect. I respect to you doing triplets. We deserve it too. My wife deserves full full kudos for that, but her sons are each extraordinary and extraordinarily different. Which I find so fascinating about your parenting. Because these are three different boys. Extraordinary. Or really. For us, right, for now, I always think about the three. So I got used to. Yeah, four different. Oh, my God. What's wrong with your ex chromosomes? That's what I think my body rejects female sperm. It was like, no, we don't want one of those. We don't want another. It may be. There's such a thing. There's sort of a thing like you. Yeah, only males for kale. That's it. She had enough time tough time when she was a kid. Now we're going to double down on that. Yeah. But you're right, though, you know, you probably, again, because of your traumas and stuff, you probably have some some interesting feelings about males, right? And you have to work that through so you don't rain any of that on your kids. Yeah, it is because I won't lie to you, Dr. Drew, sometimes I hate men. I feel like why do they fucking eat this? I don't even know. And then I have four kids, so I four boys. I can't feel that way. So it's definitely a weird internal conflict. That's for sure. Right. You talk about that more in therapy because it's good for your sons and I know that motivates you, just about everything you do, what's good for your kids, you're willing to do. And it's it gets they feel it on some level. They feel it on some level. And the more you can sort of straighten that particular hit adolescence, the better for them. And I know that motivates you a lot. How is everybody now? How are the boys? Everybody's good. My second son Lincoln, he is dedicated to football in a way that is inspiring to me as an adult, right? Like I hope to fall in love with something and be that committed and dedicated to something. Let me just say, Gary, Lincoln started carrying a football round when he was about two and has not let go of a football since. I mean, literally. He asked to bring it into the store. It's like his transitional object, so he is into it. And he's good at it. And he's good too, right? But he's tough. He's wearing. I wish that I could dedicate myself like that. And I say that to my older son too because we haven't really found something that he loves. And I'm like, I don't care what you do. I don't care if you are coding things. If you whatever you do, I just want you to love it. I want you to fall in love with something and I think he of football. He hates it. We hate it now, 'cause I saw him it looked like it's interesting. Like, it has drawn a wedge between. Oh, interesting. Because, you know, we're now in our second year of tackle and Lincoln's committed. He trains 5 days a week. So it has driven a wedge between, you know. I get that. I get it. I get that. Who are his heroes? Lincoln's football player. He loves Jalen. I think Jalen hurts. He likes. Saquon Barkley. He follows players more than he follows teams. Is he committed to a position? So he plays wide receiver. He's QB two, and he's one of the captain's first football teams. So and he said it. And I'm just like how do you how do you commit yourself to this level? Because I need tips. I need to know. I love it so much. How far it's so fun. My kids play Tiger football when they were 9. And we were sort of criticized for it, but I really felt like if they were, the weight control is so tight that they can't really hurt each other when they're young like this. I started worrying about it when they were 13. And so because that's when they were really start to hit. But I was of the feeling that I want them much like I made sure they learned how to swim and ski. I want them to learn how to block and tackle if they want to go play high school football because those skills are like riding a bike. You got to learn early. And it really did pay dividends for them, too. They were very good in high school. I love it. Yeah, it's so fun. It's so fun to be a part of it. Okay, so let's go back to Joe's family taking you and kind of tell that story. How did that happen? So people have not know you're starting maybe understanding because that's when I first met you, you were living with Joe's parents and I don't think you quite understood how extraordinary circumstance was at the time. And it happened so quickly because when I wrote into the casting call for 16 and pregnant, I was still living in the two bedroom apartment with my mom. But between the time that I wrote the email and the time we got picked very, very short window, we actually got evicted. From that apartment. And my mom was kind of like, right before we got evicted, Janet had known that which Joe's mom knew that I was pregnant and she told my mom before I did, which really pissed me off. And my mom was not sober when she found out and was just kind of like, well, we're we got evicted and now you can have custody of her. I didn't know she gave custody. I thought it was just a living arrangement. Signed paperwork. Oh my God, that's heavy. That's heavy. We don't have a place to live. Now it's your problem. How did you deal with? How do you feel about that now? I mean, when I look back,.
"lowry" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Medcare network dot com forward slash drew and use offer code drew. So a, think about it as just something that affects your wiring and in order to get the wiring right and be able to integrate all parts of yourself, you have to bring all those parts forward. You want to be fully there, fully present, fully spontaneous, fully who you are, and there are parts of yourself left out when there's trauma. And it just stays behind. And so you probably the reason you're thinking about these things now is because of therapy, you're able to tolerate thinking about them. And so congratulations. It's a very, very, very big deal. I'm guessing I'm guessing when that I'm guessing I know when that man lay down in your bed, you froze. Just freaking froze. Yeah. And freeze response is destructive to children. It affects your brain growth. And that freezing, I saw you do it a couple of times when we were on stage together, where I would feel like you were going into, I'd feel you dissociate like you just go silent and you'd go in and I felt like as somebody sitting next to you like you were falling into a pit. Like you for falling into something. Do you have that sensation occasionally? Or do you remember those moments? That this past Friday. And it was, but it was for hours. Like it was like I had my therapist called me and how to talk me out of it. My friends took my phone to my took my keys and it was just like a very it was a weird, but through therapy, I feel like I recognized it. And then the next day was able to go on about my day because if it never happened. And so now it's like trying to tap into that and figure that out. And so I'm right. It's like a pitch you fall into, right? I mean, that's the feeling I got. Yeah, that's not not everybody gets that. That's you. You have that experience, and it's yours. Congratulations. But I want you to know that I felt it with you and I bore witness to it and it's intense. It's intense. And it ties into these traumas somehow with the I don't know whether the man line next to you was the first time that kind of stuff got sort of wired into you, were there other been so many. I mean, I've had so many sexual. I mean, you wouldn't even, and I don't know if it's like, does everyone go through it? And they just look back as adults one day and they're like, what the fuck? Or does nobody go through it? It's just like weird. Like do you know what sexual trauma is such a short time? It's not normal in the sense that children don't typically go through that and they shouldn't go through that. But what is normal is how you're thinking about it right now. Do you know Jillian barber still listen to Howard Stern at all? She's a sports commentator. She was a famous newscaster here in Los Angeles, and she was also a sort of a character but she was a personality on the stern show. And 30 years ago, 25 years ago, she called me one day. And she was sitting in the makeup booth. She was in Miami at the time she was a sportscaster. And she was sitting in the makeup booth talking and there were three other women in the booth getting their makeup done and shit. Yeah, you know, when your grandfather sexually abuses you when you're 6, and she felt the room go cold and silent. She goes, you're adults didn't abuse you, you didn't have sex with you when you were a kid? She literally didn't know that that didn't happen to everybody. That's basically what happened to me when I brought up this, you know, the guy in my mom's bed. 'cause I was waiting. My mom's bed for her to come home. When I casually said it, my friend was like, you know, what the fuck? It's funny because it's funny because humans are funny, right? That's how we manage. That's how we manage it through the pain. I think that's exactly right. It's okay to laugh at these things because it's how our brain manages these overwhelming things and it manages them absurd ways. It's trying to survive. It's trying to survive. It's what it's doing. And so I'm so happy for you. I'm so excited for you that you're getting into this material and in a way with somebody who clearly are in good hands and stuff the therapist. I love my therapist. I don't know how she puts up with my shit to be honest. And you know the other thing about therapy that I just want to mention on here. I get so frustrated by the public because I am so open about talking about therapy. They think that it's the cure all, right? If you start therapy, you can't ever make a mistake ever again, right? Therapy's not working. If you take 5 steps forward and two or three steps back, you've made absolutely no progress. Those two steps in between don't count. You're going to hell, fire your therapist, fire your publicist, it's not working. And that's, you know, that's not that's not fair. It takes time. It's slow and you have to participate. And not everyone fully participates to the best of their ability at all times. You have to kind of, it's therapy happens in a context. And your life has to give you the time and the space to be able to deal with this stuff, too. You know, if you were really overwhelmed with it right now in your life, this would not be moving forward in therapy, just couldn't do it. It's too much. So there's a lot of life that goes into the process of therapy. And though the other part I want to emphasize, the patient's got to be in it. And you're doing that. You're doing the work. And so let's go back around. Is there anything else you want to tell us any of those stories that you want to? I'm sure there will be more of that come up and I'll see you know, hopefully I'll see you at the next reunion. And we got to bring this all up because this is why I like teen mom is that it teaches people about recovery and about. See, I think teen pregnancy is a symptom of mental health problem. And if you look at everybody, look at every one of their ban teen mom, they all had really significant mental health struggles when they got pregnant. And it's just one of the symptoms that they were manifesting at the time. Think about it. Everybody had stuff going on. So back to back to your surviving as an adolescent. Joe's parents took you in. And I always saw that as an extraordinary thing. Not just that they did that, but that you sort of adapted to that. And allowed it and I saw that as an amazing thing that that whole period of your life. Even though I know it didn't work out and everything, I really still think that that allowed you to survive. Didn't it? I'm thankful for it. I don't know that it was I think one of his parents was more welcoming than the other. I think there was a little bit of resentment and tension with one of his parents. Well, I want you to I want you to spend a minute here and just imagine you're one of your sons brings a girl home who is, you know, got a trauma situation and a vanity parents has nowhere to go. You're going to have mixed feelings about it. Right? Yeah. I think that's fair. I think that's fair to say. Yeah, I mean, and by the way, we've been doing this long enough that soon enough we're getting we're getting towards that. That stuff with the kids of you guys. Oh man. Right? Yeah. I mean, how old is your son? He's like 11? Yeah, he's 11. He'll be 12 in January..
"lowry" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
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"lowry" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"We went and explored his whole house. And that's amazing. Unbelievable. But he lives up in sort of Harlem and in this little shell of a place with all his costumes. He does sex work online. It's sort of costume. I don't know. I mean, the fact that you did this is the best thing ever. It's amazing and as a content consumer, I am here for it and I loved it and I watched every second. Okay, good. But as my friend and person, yeah, yeah. What are you doing? He was rough. He was dropped. The camera guy was a young young sort of guy. He was traumatized by it. I bet because there was a lot of vermin. Like nothing you've ever smelled before. Yeah, it was the answer you're looking for. Yeah, it was sort of it did not bother me that much, but this kid was really troubled. He couldn't get it out of his nose. It's how people, you know, when the humans, imagine how an animal cage would smell if you didn't clean up for long period of time. And this is not animal smell. This is not animal shell, but there's humans have a smell, you know what I mean? Just like animals. That's all I'm saying. And let me say this with complete peace and love. I love RPC. I really have affection for that, man. He's an extraordinary human being. Tom and I are contemplating going to see his drag show down in Coney Island. And I come to that. Why don't see why now, we should put it we should put a whole group together for that. And he wants to take him. He wants he and I to take him to per se, which is like this very fancy restaurant in Manhattan. And I'm like, whenever he's ready, I'm ready to go. And so in one of the your mom's house lives, which there was just another one. They brought in RPC and we chatted with them again. He seemed great. He seemed really good. But he's an extraordinary I get interested in some of these. There are people that we watch videos of who I'm not interested in. I couldn't care less about, and there are people who just intrigued me. And he is one of those. There's many people that I want to meet them. I want to see it. I want to go thump on them. See what that is. Humans are fascinating. So RPC is one of them. He's doing great as far as I know. We're trying to lay off him, so he doesn't feel doesn't feel overwhelmed. But attacked or diminished by this. Yeah. Your mom's house universe is a fine line because you guys can lay off, but the I know I know always going to be there. No, I know, and that's sort of what we have to, but if we heat it up, they'll really heat it up. No, no, for sure. You guys laying off his wife. I'm just saying like, there's always a level of pressure on these obscure people that become highlighted by that universe. Did they find all of them? I didn't know the most of them get found any RPC was found obviously. A lot of them, a lot of them get found. They do. It's incredible. And it's so Garth is getting, I guess. Oh my God, Garth, I go to gar Instagram once a week for fun. Also his Facebook, there's not a legitimate comment in there. See, I wouldn't have so what happened is Tom felt that Garth's Instagram posts were creepy and weird and they started talking about it. I would not have Garth also did it to himself when he invented an alter ego. I know him. But I would not have he doesn't interest me. You know what I mean? I get interested in some people saying I don't hear that. I'm not interested in I'm surprised Tom found it so compelling, but it certainly created a whole line of action. It fed on itself because Tom started and then the universe went after me. And then Garth's team started limiting Tom's posts on his Instagram. So you don't know about this? Okay, so Tom is like not Tom camp on the Garth post, but it won't show up. So then Tom went on your mom's house and told that story and talked about how he felt attacked and deputized people to go after his Facebook. There you go. And now that's a whole place. Have you ever had one guard Instagram right now? How's it look? The comments are delightful if you're in the know. There's a lot of comments. I know it's all from your mom's house. So do you ever get attacked by mobs? I mean, when that happens, what's the thing? It's always young women telling you you're a bad mom. It's women and moms that we down the most. And that's surprising. It's so weird to me. It's recording you, right? And they contradict the way I think of it is, you know, I wouldn't want my kids to say these things or see me say things to these people, but these people will tear me at me to shreds and then in their bio, it's like God first, love my children. And it's like, but what are you teaching them? Well, also, is this Christian behavior? You're a leveling towards kale. That's Christian that we call that. I mean, really. But anyway, so I want to go back to your origin story again still, because it really is so very interesting to me. You end up, well, let me just say this along with some of my mind. You've never told me about the sexual trauma before? Do you feel comfortable talking about that? Yeah, I think that's going to be, you know, if I end up going back to teen mom, I think that's going to be what my what I talk about because that's what's coming up for me in therapy. So I'm comfortable talking about whatever you. What happened? Which time? Well, I tell me what you're comfortable with. I mean, there was a time that I most recently talked about in therapy where so my mom she worked to day job and you know, when I stayed with her, I would go to work at a bar at night. And I remember, maybe I was 8 or 9. And I woke up in the middle of the night thinking that it was my mom coming home from the bar and you know, obviously, she fucked up. And it was a man in the bed with me. And I had no I had never seen this man before in my life. I had no idea how he got into the house. And I mean, think about it and 9 years old..
"lowry" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"That is the only thing that I can kind of see where like my mom probably doesn't want to be where she's at. You know, she just can't get out, and every single day would say I'm not going to text him. I'm not going to call him. I'm not going to, you know, send him pictures of the kids because he didn't want he doesn't ask and too, he doesn't respond. So I'm not going to do those things, right? And then literally two or three hours later, I would be texting him, calling him, seeing, does he need any money? You know, things like that. So that's the only thing I can relate to it as far as like addiction wise. What do you imagine it is about him that was so sticky for you? Oh, I don't know. I don't know. I don't think I'll ever figure it out. I'm just glad to be out of that space, you know? Yeah. Yeah, I kind of saw that happening. You hit a lot of it, right? You hit it from the cameras because maybe you're embarrassed some of that. Yeah. Humiliating. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I get it. I totally get it. And I get confused by the hobbies in your life. Isn't that another? That's very similar. They're very similar in their manipulation and opportunistic ways. And so both hobbies are that way? Yeah. Well, not so much Joe. I would say Joe is probably not like that, but hobby and Chris, absolutely. And who are you with? I'm so cool, guys. You do attract cool guys. They don't look like cool guys, but they end up being cool, guys. And that's your mom's house reference for those who don't get that. That's very, very funny that you're not in our joke. Okay. But I wish I had that guitar riff ready. Who are you with now? I can because we all find out soon enough we'll get all get together with reunions. I'm not. I'm not dating any of them. Oh, good. So you with nobody right now? Wait. Ask a question. I didn't get to ask you how Robert Paul champagne is. Okay, I sent a set. There's another you want to talk. But you not being in a relationship is the opportunity for you to grow in therapy. You understand relationship. Yeah, relationships get you kind of stock. It's hard to change because you have a fittedness with that person. You don't want to change too much. The relationship fails. So good for you. That's big news as far as I'm concerned, because you are kind of a sex and love addict, you know what I mean? You go from one relationship to the next and I honestly, Dr. Drew, I can not even tell you like I at first it was really hard, right? I didn't want to be by myself. I didn't want to sit feeling can be uncomfortable right now. I do not want someone sleeping in my bed. I'm not. I have fallen in love with being by myself so much that it scares me that I don't think that I'll ever end up with someone else because I will not let my guards down as much as they would need to be if I was to date somebody. First of all, congratulations. That's a big deal. And it's not like you don't have a lot of people in your life. You're out there. That's the other thing is like a lot of my friends. I've outgrown a lot of my friendships and as odd as it sounds, it kind of feels good. Like I felt like I feel like I've cut off that. And but obviously like the trolls and stuff will always see it as I'm the problem. It feels the problem. You know, it's never that we just outgrew each other or that, you know, phases of life or anything like that. It's always I'm the problem. Yeah. That's what it seems like from the outside, but honestly, I'm not peace. Like I've been happy. Now, I'm just thinking an extreme example of what you're dealing with is Trisha Paytas. I don't know if you know her. But I know that's where I just watched your interview with her before I got on here. Yeah, she has very significant problems, and she's trying to get better and people are railing on her. That's just, oh my God, that's disgusting. I actually, people compare me to her all the time. Well, interesting. You're very excited. You don't, you're very, very, very different, very, very different. And you have some traits that you share with her, but you're very, very different in terms of what you're dealing with and who you are and stuff. RPC, Robert Paul champagne, for those of you that don't know your mom's house, is a another famous video that was sent to me Christina, where this guy was lying in bed, selfing himself, talking about how he wanted essentially criminals to come beat him up and piss on him and beat him and have sex with him. And it was when I first saw it, it was so sad, but intriguing. I was absolutely and then we found many, many, many more videos with him, and he turned out to be this extraordinarily interesting human being, who I went and visited in New York City. I watched what you didn't see part two because we suppressed part two because we didn't want to upset RPC because part two was out of this world..
"lowry" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Com, Twitter at kell Lowry, Instagram, same podcast, baby, mamas, no drama. Tell us about that. Yeah, so if you guys watch, I mean, you're familiar with team mom too. Me and I started off hating each other because she was dating my son's father and they eventually got married and somehow we were able to work our relationship out and become friends and so we started this podcast called lady mama's no drama and she still married to Joe. And, you know, we worked together. So it's kind of a cool and unique dynamic. I think you both just grew up really sort of boiled down to and your life well, your life is pretty complicated, right? Yeah. You want to describe it? I think Dr. Drew. Well, and you come from a complicated background, so we have a way of recreating our past, right? If you don't mind, I think people forget about your I never forget because I was there with you when you were trying to navigate life early. And it was sort of breathtakingly challenging for you. You want to tell people about that? Yeah, I mean, I would say it's still challenging, right? Like I'm in therapy now. I've been in therapy for two years to undo 27 years of damage, right? Because my mom is an addict and I didn't know my dad and met him on the show for the first time when I was 17 years old and pregnant. And prior to all of this and the camera's entering my life was like, you know, addiction, being a child of addiction, an absentee parent, sexual trauma, all kinds of things, right? So, you know, you take that and you throw some cameras in my face and you never know what you're gonna get. So thank God I am so grateful that you got because I used to, when you were younger, I was like, aren't I worry like crazy about you guys? You kids, you know? And thank God you've all been able to turn this into a career, frankly, you've accepted it as you've done things with it that has benefited your lives, even though your group particularly the team opt two group has had to deal with the vitriol of social media from the beginning, which was really hard for you guys when you were younger again. I think now actually, I'm seeing the damage that I can't get off, but because I made a career out of it, you know, livelihood for me, but I have the opinions of others have now I've adopted their opinions. Now I second guess myself. Now I, you know, I have a hard time seeing things through a clear lens. I'm kind of seeing it with the filter of public opinion and public scrutiny. Yeah, and so and so that's been really hard for me, right? So what are you getting most in these days on social media? Talk about my weight. I was diagnosed with PCOS in March and just a lot of it's a lot of body image things and you put that on top of having a lifetime. I guess of relationship issues with food and body image and things like that and you put the social media on public opinion of your body weight and how I'm supposed to look and how I'm supposed to what kind of makeup I'm supposed to wear and things like that. It's hard and you don't realize the toll or the impact that it has on you until it's far too late, and it's coming up in therapy in ways that I didn't expect, you know? Right, which is good that you're letting that happen that sign of good therapy. You should interview my daughter. She's got a lot of this stuff too, and she does some of the same stuff. I think she could be helpful to you in terms of how you think about this stuff. No, I'd love to hear. I would love to. Yeah, I'll get that, get that going. I want to go back to your origin story, because again, I hope by emphasizing that people it creates compassion for you rather than the usual bullshit you're having to deal with. So I don't actually know the details. I've seen the players and I get the broad sweeps of what happened to you, right? Mom was alcoholic primarily correct and sex. And sex addict. Yeah. Yeah, I would say so. I don't know that that has ever been like her diagnosis, but I would say yes. And the way that I imagine those kinds of things aside from the trauma of having an out of control parent who's intoxicated and may be abandoning, I imagine she abandoned, right? Left you alone a lot? Yeah. That's the alcohol. And then the sex is about males coming through the house. Did you have to deal with that? Yes. And yeah, actually. And then I would imagine that some of this is related to narcissism, right? Because the addictions are it makes everything about them. Right. So addicts when they're using are all narcissistic. They appear narcissistic, whether they actually are or not, you don't know until they stop using and get a program going in that kind of stuff. But in the throes of addiction, yes, the features that traits are all in narcissistic, which is, you know, they're self preoccupied and they're bullshitting and they're not empathic and all that good stuff. And they do horrible things, because that's part of the disease. That's not necessarily the person that's the disease. Now, have you been able to dissociate those two things when it comes to your mom? I don't, but what do you mean? In a sense, can you look at her as a person with an illness and you really don't even know who the person is. Or do you have trouble not blaming the person? I have trouble with it. It's actually funny that you bring that up because I feel like other people, you know, people that don't necessarily were not responsible for raising me or people that I meet in my life now. I have far more empathy and sympathy with them. I can sympathize with them. But for my mom, I it's very hard for me to be empathetic and sympathetic towards her. Now, is that because you're so angry and resentful for essentially the her alcoholism and she is stealing your childhood or and or I guess would be the way to ask this, is it the frustrations you've dealt with as an adult with her when you try to help her and it just doesn't go anywhere? I think it's both. I think it's a combination of both, especially now because I look at my situation and I see, you know, some of some of my childhood and lifetime patterns that I'm trying to break now, so it doesn't affect my kids in the same way. I don't want my kids to be adults and be like, wow, my mom made this one decision that changed the trajectory of my life. I don't want my kids to do that. And so part of it is that and part of it is it's they would say it's a combination of these. Okay. And what's the status of you and your mom now? I'm always curious about that. Or talk to her or heard from her years. I don't know where she lives. I don't know what state she's in. I don't know if she's working. I don't know if she's alive and the last time I talked to you the same thing. It was like, I think I want to say it was like who christmases ago. She reached out and then you know, I said, if you can call me tomorrow and you're sober, I'll answer. Like, if you like, I'll get you help or do whatever you need to do. And she never called. So that was two years ago, she called. So I have deep compassion for people with these illnesses. And I certainly understand why you would be resentful and not want to have her in your life. I get it. But I just, I don't know. I would have such mixed feelings because on one hand I want to protect you and I understand why you would feel that way. But the other it's like, oh my God, that woman, your mom must be in so much pain and so many different ways. Well, I'm sure she doesn't. I know she doesn't want to be where she's at. I can imagine and the only reason why I say that is because I feel like I've been in a relationship where I felt like it was more of an addiction, right? And you just want to get over someone so bad. Which one is that? Who's that? One of the kids dads, two of the kids, two of the kids dad. Which too, I'm just curious, Harvey. No. You're not addicted to hobby? No, I would say definitely not addictive. Are you back with him? Are you back with me? No, it's a different hobby. And I are on email only basis right now. Okay. But I would say there was a time where I was addicted to Chris, right? Like I was addicted to the highs and lows. And I didn't want to be there. I didn't want to feel that way. I didn't want to feel like I had to talk to him. I didn't want to feel like I had to text him back, but it was like the cycle that I couldn't break..
"lowry" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Doctor podcast, keep the wins in the sale of the coronavirus. You're all we appreciate so much. Also, don't forget to check out the book that my daughter and I wrote, it does not have to be offered. It's available now, wherever you buy your books. And do follow other places, check out after dark and get over the Instagram and Dr. Drew Pinsky, we appreciate you guys being over there. The corolla world is always in very supportive and I appreciate all of you guys. Today is a very important day. Because this is something that my current this guest and I have been trying to do for 7 years, 8 years. Kayla Nouri, podcaster, teen bob cast member. Cale and I have been, I would say Caleb has been giving me shit about not being on her podcast. Right? Which was appropriate. And I was like, I have tried to book you on this podcast a dozen times. And I don't know how we pulled this one off because every time I go to MTV and I go, hey, do you mind, guys, if I interview Kayla, yes we do. Just don't. I don't know why. I have no idea why do you? I think now that we're on the same network, it was a little bit easier. We kind of got to go around. Well somebody didn't work. I think somebody did it for us. Exactly. Because I couldn't do it myself and you couldn't do it. And now I would love to be on your podcast as well, and I am happy. I was always happy to do it. I just literally would go through the powers that be and it was always met with a roadblock. Do you have other things that you're not allowed to do? Or is it just me? I mean, I don't even think I'm supposed to have my second podcast. I didn't get from food court. So we're way down the road here in trouble. Gary, this studio problem. Well, I mean, if we're cards on the table, we didn't get approval for this. There wasn't an answer, so we just did it. Okay, all right. Well, I apologize. It's not meant to be a rogue here. We're not meant to go off the rails. We tried. Good. Okay, good. And by the way, I don't know what you and I have to talk about that will be so threatening to anybody. Do you? I don't think there's anything threatening. I really don't. I think the next time we do this, it should be filmed for the show. But other than that, I don't think we have anything threatening to talk about. All right, good. Except, except I don't know if you can talk about some of the stuff. I don't know what kind of restrictions you're under in terms of your current life. Have any restrictions that I'm aware of, but I was curious if I was going to have restrictions because I was going to reference another one in your podcast, but then I was like, I don't want to get you in trouble. Because I might after dark or something? You can talk about it. I was going to say hi Hitler. Oh, yeah. Hey, Hitler. It's not high Heather. Hey, Hitler. So do you know what she's talking about? I assume it's something out of the your mom's house. Your mom's house world. One of the crazy videos, your mom's house is this extraordinary world. It stops to grow and his wife Christina pee. Christina and P and I often podcast together on after dark, though lately I've been doing it by myself, and I'm going to go down to Austin and join her and do some stuff with her eventually. And they had this. I'm not kidding. I'm going with you on one of those trips. Oh, God. I dip my toe into your mom's house world, mostly, I started with the flagship, you know? All right, let's check out where it all stems from. Yeah, yeah. And I listen to it, but I am scared to get further into the world because I'm afraid it will just envelop myself. You and your wife would go down a deep rabbit hole with it for sure. You have to watch it to really appreciate it. And one of the people send in horrible videos and tiktoks and Tom and Christina and myself, we all look at them and analyze them and talk about them. And what I was first on your mom says, I didn't know what it was. They're just like, I sit down here. Let's show you some videos. See what you think about this stuff. I was like, what the hell's going on here? And why do you people think this is funny? But anyway, I got sucked into that world. And where was I going with this? Oh, so one of the older video clip sort of series that was sent to them by the listeners and viewers was this girl who was clearly psychotic and would log in every day to Instagram or something and she believed she was talking to Hitler. And so she and he had these sort of vlogs, these video logs, where she would start out with, hey, Hitler. Everyone was started with, hey, and so hey Hitler became a greeting at your mom's house, much like aloha. So. Hey Hitler. Jeans, jeans. I'm zombies. All that's up, but hey Hitler's one of them. And it's funny when I do streaming shows when I have a guest that can see the restream Chad. There's a lot of high Hitler. Hey Hitler on there. And people go, why are you viewers so mean? Why are they so mean to you? You Hitler. The people who are outside of your mom's house universe are just so confused like, for instance, if you have no idea what we're talking about, please go to the latest Instagram post of Garth Brooks and look in the comments. And it's like, can I explain in a short form? How that makes sense? No, I can't. No, you gotta be years and years have to be in it. Yeah, it's a cultivated sense. It's like a fine wine or something. You have to you wouldn't know what we were talking about unless you'd actually taste it. You have to pay, you have to watch it at the part take. But thank you for being a part of that, kaylin. And if we had guests, I don't do guests over there anymore, but if I did, trust me, you'd be on my short list. Thank you. I appreciate that. As long as I'm on the list. So let me throw this to you a little bit. And by the way, you can find kaylan at kale, Kai el lowri LO wr dot.
How 'Wokeism' Is a Threat to American Life With Megyn Kelly
"Issues. Let's talk about the CRT battle. You've decided to speak out about this, saying, I don't want to put words in your mouth. But you've given some opinions about this, especially given your own family in New York City and kind of all the drama surrounding that comment a little bit about where you think our country's at with this and do you consider kind of woke ism to be a threat to the American way of life? Yes, I do. I mean, I think it needs to be fought and we need all hands on deck, because while their army is a lot smaller than our army, it's powerful. And it may be small in number, but they have control of some key institutions, including the media, including academia, now sports, and so on. And so if we don't fight, they're only going to grow further and more powerful. So now's the time and I get that it's scary, but I'm kind of done listening to how scary it is because this is an existential moment for our country of our way of life. And I just interviewed John mcwhorter. You know, he brilliant Columbia University professor. He and Glenn Lowry, they speak sense when it comes to race and all this stuff that we've been listening to. And recorder just said to me and I quote, it's in his new book, make no mistake. They are coming for your children. That's exactly
FBI: Items linked to Laundrie, potential human remains found
"There's been a development in the search for Bryan laundry the FBI is confirming that items believed to be connected to Brian laundry have been found in a Florida nature park I know you have a lot of questions but we don't have all the answers yet F. B. I. Tampa special agent charge Michael McPherson spoke to reporters in north port Florida investigators found what appeared to be human remains all of the personal items such as a backpack a notebook belonging to Brian Lowry news reports showed numerous law enforcement vehicles arriving at tents set up inside the woods these items were found in an area that up until recently I've been under water I'm Jennifer king
Dallas Mavericks Sign Free Agent Frank Ntilikina
"The mass have a whole new front office in a whole new coaching staff. With jason kidd coming in. So i think there will be at least some sort of honeymoon. I don't know exactly. How long is all these new key. Figures get used to each other. But you're you're absolutely right. I mean dallas had big ambitions in free agency. They wanted to get kyle lowry. They thought lowry would be an ideal fit next deluca given his defense leadership being an old head the way and still shoot it lowry. They thought was ideal. Lowery went to miami forced his way there in a sign and trade and dallas's moves have also been just of the around the edges variety bringing in reggie bullock. I reported this week that they're close to signing frank ntilikina. That should happen but the mavs have not been able to make the splashy move and really. They're splashing move is going to have to be. Can they get kristaps porzingis. Back to the level he was playing at in the walt disneyworld bubble before he he sustained the second major knee injury of his
"lowry" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas
"In northwest Arkansas kind of understand that dynamic. So if there are a lot of programs too, like the Delta I fund and the generator and pine bluff that are also run by women that are helping the ecosystem down there develop. And those businesses are all like they're not all putting out goods that you would see at a retail establishment. Some of them are house clean, cleaning, some are bakeries, some are child, day cares. I mean, but they're all being generated in a very high rate. I mean women across the board in this country have been shouldering the burden of starting new businesses. I mean, I can't remember the statistic right now. But it's high and then it's even higher for women in the delta in Arkansas to start those businesses. Yeah. And it's not as high here because access to 9 to 5 jobs is much higher than it is in other parts of the state. Correct. So if you need to put food on your table and you're good at cooking, you're more likely to start cooking for other people in the delta because. And I'm sure that's probably some good food, too. But yeah, that's a whole nother conversation. Yeah, you know, necessity is the mother of invention. And I do believe that, you know, when those opportunities present themselves, there's always doors that you can go through. So what are you hopeful to see happen with women run and the fact that you guys have kind of picked up this mantle, you're running with it, right Lindsey Jennings has made it, you know, one of the focal points of I mean, you are a still a law firm, but this is an important issue. And so what are you hoping to achieve in the near future besides just creating awareness like we are with this podcast and talking about it and making more women aware of the fact that there are programs out here like this that exist? And that's one of the reasons why I want to do this because I wanted to scream from the highest hill that, hey, this is here. This is available. I'm always telling somebody about ASB, TDC, I'm always telling somebody about startup junkie and all these other programs and I'm thinking men, you could be taking advantage of all these resources that are right here under your nose, but sometimes we're just not aware of it. So both of those organizations tend to have a seat at our table. I'm like right now we're virtual. They get invites, the last one that we did last Thursday, Amy Robinson from the ASB TDC pops in, and at that point we're actually talking about business plans and marketing plans. Like, okay, if you can't do this on your own, like our speaker can go see Amy. Right. Because we want that opportunity. We want those connections to be made, one of the things that I love the most was immediately was our first session for woman run back in 2019. There was a connection made between the speaker and one of the attendees and they ended up having a business relationship after that. That's awesome. So we want the attendees to be able to accelerate their businesses in a way that makes sense for them. We want to fix a lot of the capital issues and so trying to promote the women's foundation trying to any organization that's trying to combat this. We have a speaker coming up later this year that she wrote an article with me since hallett about the access to capital issues in Arkansas and she's gonna talk and we're hurt. She has an organization right now. That's moving forward on the access to capital concerns. Yeah, and that's important for people to know and just to mention some of the stakeholders that you guys are involved with. We did mention the ASB TDC, greater Bentonville Chamber of Commerce, conductor, Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce, Rogers Lowell, area Chamber of Commerce, shout out to Karen wagon and the rest of the folks there. Grit studios, startup junkie, like I mentioned before in the venture center. So these are just a few of the stakeholders that have partnered up with women run and are trying to play a role in getting access for women to all of these different resources. Like you said Amy Robinson. I did a program with her and she's fantastic. She's just like you could watch her her ted-talks and I mean just, you know, we actually have a lot of resources right here available to you, you being the listener, especially if you're a woman, a woman and you're trying to start your own business or you are running your own business, but you feel like you sometimes running in the mud, there are people that will throw a line your way and pull you out of that and pull you on to solid ground, right? Again, when we build a business, we want to build it with a firm foundation. And a lot of times that firm foundation starts with quality information, with people that can really breathe life into your dreams and visions. And so important thing that one benefit of the pandemic. Everything's virtual now. Yeah. And we record it. And then we put it out in our woman run newsletter. And so it's then like the last speaker, the satori road proprietor, Maddie, she's just laying all these wonderful nuggets about successful branding, but if you can't attend you can then get the newsletter and listen to it at your leisure and I know a number of female clients that are working in the middle of the night. And so it's just it makes it easy for if you have another job or have children. That's like the creed of the side hustler. And I'm always talking about you know, I tell people all the time, you got to get a side hustle. I mean, my wife has a little side hustle. She's doing dyslexia therapy, tutoring. And I mean, it's, you know, we were walking through some of the things that she's doing. As a matter of fact, I'm actually going to send her to ASB TDC because I think she could get some additional help and not that I can't help her, but you know, there are other resources out there that could speak specifically to some of the challenges that she might face because it addition to the capital issue it's just access. How do I get access to the people that can give me some ideas about what's the best way to approach this? I've never run a tutoring business. So there are other people out there that have, so anybody listening to this is run a tutoring agency specifically for dyslexia therapy or reading, let me know, shout out, hit your boy up and share with him because I'd love to introduce you to my wife, but the bottom line is she's not alone. There are a lot of women that are dealing with that same thing that are up late at night trying to figure out this thing and try to make sense of it. And that's part of the process, right? I mean, it's not nice. I wish it were nice and neat, running starting and running a business does not need. It's messy. It's quite messy. And it's not always a clear path. Right. And it.
"lowry" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas
"Than their male counterparts did. And so that also led to problems and disparity there, but after that first round, God bless the women's foundation of Arkansas. They saw the issue just like we did and we partnered up with them and they actually funded some women, which was an amazing thing to have that resource out there. They're still doing so many things and we keep working on trying to partner with them on things. If we can. Yeah. But they're based in Little Rock. They're based on Little Rock. Okay. And I've heard of the organization, but yeah, make sure we'll output a link in the show notes to the woman's foundation of Arkansas so that anybody listening to this knows how to reach out to those guys. They have been a resource for me for years because I do this tremendous research, unlocking at the economic indicators for women in Arkansas, but they've branched out, as they've been seen the numbers and started thinking, okay, how are we going to actually affect these numbers in a positive way? So they're doing great things and I'm glad that they are a good partner for us in Arkansas. They're that we did a seminar with them on just how to even get set up. As even a simple LLC that could then have an employee identification number and start looking at how can we get these women set up where they can think qualify for later rounds for PPP? Yeah. You know, and it's so funny as I'm listening to you talk about that. And you know, you think, I think, you know, one person's knowledge may not be somebody else's knowledge. And I know a lot of times like I've started a number of businesses and there's just certain things that I learned early on to do, right? But then you kind of take it for granted that you just assume everybody knows to do that. Or this is just par for the course, but it really isn't, you know, and that is the challenge that, especially that women face is just not having that lack of information and clarity about the proper steps to get set up and run a business the way that it needs to be run. Not that guys do it any better because guys struggle too in this area. I think cream always rises to the top, but the bottom line is that we suffer from a lack of information and also a lack of examples that we can look to and say, oh, okay, I saw Meredith do it with her business. I'm going to do the same thing. Exactly. And those examples, I mean, that's been the major thrust for woman run, we have speakers that are our examples of, okay, here's a successful way to run a salsa company in sullen to big box retail. Here's a successful way to start athletic headbands, company, and then sell it and move on to your next visit. So we try and have those success stories. But then we also try and talk frankly about failures and not even necessarily failures. It felt like a failure at one point in time, but time is then led to the fact of, oh, but I still learned from that. Yeah. It's not really a failure. I'm still here. I still have a business and I'm still moving along my family's good and there's food on my table. Yeah. Absolutely. And you're absolutely right. I mean, I always tell people, that's why it's so important to kind of have a mentor, somebody that's been down the road that you're going down, even if they're just a few steps ahead of you, maybe they've endured some pitfalls that you might be running into and making at least alert you to them and make you aware of them, but too often people are kind of, you know, and for those of you that you can't none of you can see this, but I'm just going to walking like I'm trying to feel my way through the dark and I'm not quite sure what I'm going to encounter. And that's how a lot of us are when we're in business and especially women when they're running their business. There's just nobody there to either grab the hand or to say, hey, I've got you or look out. There's something coming up up here that you're going to have to deal with, but it's okay because this is how you deal with it. And then you can, once you overcome that, then you just keep moving forward. And a lot of women when they start their business, it's that side hustle situation for it's in the home. So many women owned businesses are still in the home, but if they're struggling, it's really easy to then say I'm going to stop. Right. And that the benefit for women in this business is it is one of those mechanisms towards wealth generation. Sure. And we see across Arkansas, that's one of the best ways for women to succeed is having a business to then generate that wealth. It's a different situation than just working in a traditional employee situation. Right. And you know when you think of that and I remember I shared an article with you from LinkedIn that was sent out a while ago and it was kind of depressing to read and it talked about how according to the report by the national women's law center, women lost 5.4 million net jobs since February of 2020. That's a lot of I mean. One of the job reports was so horrible. I can't remember the exact number, but it was along the lines of that there had been 200,000 jobs lost and 15,000 gained, but the 15,000 were all men. Right. So all the job losses that report were controlled by women. And it was about the time in the pandemic when everyone started returning to school. And that was the other aspect of the pandemic. The caregivers, the people, either with children or parents that needed care, most of that was shouldered by women, and thank goodness I have a job that art when we were already at home anyway, but I can't imagine for the women that couldn't work from home or just had a lot of clients that they themselves couldn't go out and work. So how are we going to generate income other than starting your own business? Right. And you mentioned you shared some a number of statistics in one of the biggest things was where in the state of Arkansas is the highest increase in women owned business, which I was kind of surprised to hear is on the eastern side of the state. And in the delta. So in I'd love for you to kind of talk a little bit about that, you know, and just so that we here.
"lowry" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas
"Northwest Arkansas. I'm your host Randy wilburn, and I'm excited to be with you today. I'm excited for a couple of reasons. One, because it's not often that I get to sit down with somebody that's actually been on the podcast before. Two, I really like this person. And three, well, let's just say that, you know, it's always good to have great conversation. And I think this person, this next guest is not going to fail us at all today. So without further ado, I want to welcome Meredith, Lowry to the I am northwest stark and south podcast for the second time. How are you doing today? I'm great. Thanks for having me back. Good, good, good. And for those of you that don't know, Meredith was on episode 44 of the IMO post Arkansas podcast. You can just visit I am northwest Arkansas dot com slash 44. The title of that podcast was Meredith Kay Lowery is patently fabulous and it was just a play on words because she is a patent attorney. And we had a good conversation, we demystified a number of things about copyright issues and other things that we were of interest during that conversation. And we learned her superhero origin story. So if you really want to learn that the nitty and the Gritty about Meredith Kelly, you need to listen to that episode, but today we have a much more important topic. It's another topic that I want to talk about because Meredith was kind enough to visit with the downtown Fayetteville rotary club and share on one of her one of her many passion pursuits that she has, and that is women in business and specifically a program called women run. And women run as a program that was born or birthed out of right Lindsey Jennings, which is one of the oldest law firms in the state, a 120 plus years. They've got an office right here in Rogers and Meredith works out of this office and so in addition to all of her stuff during her normal day job, she likes to take on other projects that keep her busy. So yeah, I would love to just kind of share with our audience that I am northwest Arkansas saw all of the things that you shared during our rotary meeting and that was just eye opening about women in business. And so without further ado, Meredith Lowry, what's going on? So, women in business is a passion of mine. Well, you are a woman in business. I've been a pan attorney for 16 years almost. And so one of those big things that I would notice through my career is I would see more of the women that were inventing things and they had different questions than male inventors have. And they also seem to have different kind of struggles. There are many women patent attorneys in Arkansas, so I guess that's one reason why. I tend to see more of those clients, but working through those issues, we start seeing a lot of trends. And I approach the firm at that point and said that this is a concern. I think we need to really start considering how can we address this because some of the concerns that we're coming up over and over again were ones that we could take a hard look at and potentially address. Right. And I mean, there were three big things that are in our research kind of play them out as well. We've spent a lot of time reading, documents about what challenges women in business are facing. And the three big ones were a lack of a social network that was tied into a business community. Women are really good at social networks, but those networks don't always link into things like rotary or banks or chambers of commerce. Then the other big one was lack of confidence on certain concerns with business and some of that can be dispelled through education. Women in business don't often see other women fail. And so as a result, they don't know how to or feel like there's a concern on how to then keep from failing and then there's just a failure to launch all together. Right. So trying to stop that and also to discuss certain things to give those business owners ability to learn and make their businesses more successful . The last one was one that we couldn't really combat too much. And it's an access to capital issue. Though, in the last year, we've been a lot more vocal trying to just get the word out about that access to capital issue, which is my main focus when I talk to rotary was about that access to capital issue. And the pandemic was a devastating aspect of that. We've seen before that women don't try to get capital. As often. When they do, they get horrible rates on average or they get less money or they go to get capital in ways that aren't always the best because of other issues with women in business and then they also aren't set up in ways that would make it easy for that business to be able to deal with the debt situation and then move through that. And so the pandemic just highlighted that even more and at the beginning when the PPP payroll protection program was going into effect. I don't think anyone was completely aware until it started into the process. How devastating it was going to be for women. The actual act had language in there that it needed the women needed some amount of preferential treatment here. That wasn't. It wasn't for lack of trying. The major issue with that first round of funding was that women are set up always in business to be able to get payroll protection money. They don't have necessarily employees, like 80 something percent of women own businesses are not set up as a payroll situation. Solo entrepreneurs or partnerships or just doing a side gig out of their home or on the weekends isn't necessarily going to be a payroll situation. So yeah, there were a lot of businesses I think that kind of fell through the cracks during this whole pandemic, especially with the money that came down from the government where businesses that just didn't qualify, you know, for some of the money that was out there. I mean, I'm an S corp from a single guy. I don't have any other. I have a couple of part time people that I pay, you know, on a per project basis, but I don't have a payroll other than myself, and I pay myself on a payroll, but that's it. And because I did that, that was the only reason why I was able to qualify for some PPP money. It wasn't a lot, but it was something, but you're absolutely right. I mean, that is a real problem, especially that women run into with their businesses. So. Yeah, so we first see that round come through. And some women were able to qualify. Others weren't. And the ones that could qualify tended to go to if they had the right documentation, they would go to large banks. Yeah. The large banks did not fund. At the same level as the small banks did. And then that would then lead to lack of funding. If they ever did get money, they asked for less money.
At Least 200 Dual National Afghans, Including Americans, Permitted to Fly out of Kabul
"Ago. Roughly two hundred afghan dual nationals including about thirty americans have been granted permission to leave afghanistan. The airport the manifest for the cutter airways flight granted permission for these two hundred eleven individuals to leave from kabul. This is going to be. This is going to have a lasting effect. This is gonna leave a mark as they say on the by administration. No question about it. Great analysis by rich lowry over the last. Now we're really seeing the true biden presidency. This is the real biden presidency.
Biden Hasn't Shown a Hint of Regret for Leaving Americans Behind in Afghanistan
"The honeymoon gone for biden and with trump less factor with economic conditions and the state of the virus. Not going well. Biden has been stripped down to a more natural level of support and he has been bombing in the polls since june. Then he made his first major historic decision. And you completely botched it. Biden has tried to deflect responsibility for his exit from afghanistan onto trump and trump's deal with taliban yet the decision to quit when biden. Did it's all on him. It's all on biden and as rich lowry accurately points out. President biden hasn't shown a hint of doubt or regret leaving americans behind in a foreign country. After an enemy of the united states swept to power and chased us out with our tails between our legs is not likely to be forgotten. Maybe not next week in california maybe not in two thousand twenty two twenty twenty four if ever
Britney Spears’s Dad Petitioned to End Her Conservatorship — But Why Now?
"Another update is article. That you sent me from cnn about britney spears father petitioning to end the conservative ship yeah and also in that was the update of britney's dad's britney's dad has a bond for forty seven million if he's found of ron wrongdoing. He's responsible to pay that back. But if the conservative ship and her dad would no longer be under the jurisdiction of the court and no longer no longer responsible for the bond so in my opinion that is why he did it not because he actually wants to give it up. I agree and i just feel like because he he could be That last week her attorney had said that you know jamie should step down immediately before he has suspended like basically like giving him a warning that that's what he needs to. He needs to basically surrender That he realized at that point like okay. I should probably do this because there could be some heavy implications
Chicago Bulls Add Free Agents Stanley Johnson and Alize Johnson to Roster
"Signed a couple of players Elise Johnson and Stanley Johnson. So I ask you if you look at the front court depth now for this Bulls team Alice Johnson, Stanley Johnson, Nicola Vucevic's Marko Simonovic and Tony Bradley shot or no shot. There should be real concerns about the Bulls front court heading into this upcoming season. I would say, absolute shot. But what I will say, is, despite the fact that the front court is a little lacking the truth is that what the Bulls for an office has done in this offseason rebuilding the entire roster for the most part, and I'll add Brian, just the fact that they were able to get something for Lowey Lowry marketing much less a first round pick, I'll be it lottery protected. To pull that off was something and they are restoring my faith in that office that has been missing for a long, long time. And, of course, speaking of the Bulls for an office in general Yeah, one thing about this front
Rich Lowry Comments on Texas' Anti-Abortion Law
"The texas law has gone into effect. And we'll go through it a little bit more specifically with a little more specifically with With heather but let's hear rich lowry on msnbc with chuck todd and claire mccaskill opine. About this i mean. This is the big thing that they're doing now. They're saying there's no big deal. Because i think there is in heather and i will talk more about this. And we'll talk more about this too but the if democrats are smart they're going to leverage this at least from electoral stamp point on top of everything else that needs to be done but here is. Here's rich lowry hunt. Msnbc we're in in wisey on msnbc. Well i people are acting as a row has been overturned. I would welcome that outcome. And it may eventually be in stops case but it hasn't been overturned yet at all this is a procedural ruling that clearly was the correct one. There was no harm here yet. The eight defendants had done nothing even joining them. If if that's what happened wouldn't have stopped this law. Because they had their government officials have for second positive law positive. One second first off roe v. Wade and casey which is Another case which basically says you cannot abridge this right in a meaningful way had certainly roe. V wade says that you may not that. An abortion is a constitutional right up to twenty two to twenty four weeks of pregnancy.
"lowry" Discussed on Front Burner
"Wanna take a step back to going back to before Calorie arrived and became a toronto raptor. What was the state of the franchise at that time. And can you tell me a bit. About how lowry change that. Yes so you know at the time. Bryan colangelo was the general manager. So this was before just before masai jerry came and this was a few years after chris. Bosh had left toronto in free agency and gone to miami to to team up and win two championships with lebron james and to in weight. And if we go back before. Chris bosh it was a dark period after the raptors had traded. Vince carter who requested out of toronto to go to new jersey. So you're talking about probably a decade of reno raptors basketball on the pos. Vince carter era where they made the playoffs. A few times were eliminated in the first round but clearly. Just we're not in the conversation in the nba. They were just not a relevant franchise. And you know cal came here and obviously there was a series of other moves to you know. I think we can't talk about this era without mentioning dhamar rosen's impact as well but once colin damara was here. You know they turned the raptors along with head coach. doing casey. Into a winning program coincidence the rappers. Greatest years coincided with kyle lower on the floor and you know messiah juries arrival helped with that. You know the all star game came here. They got a new practice facility And the raptors just became a more credible franchise and they started to win behind. Kyle and demars well and if you jump forward now nine years after Arrived here people around the league. Talk about the raptors as one of the most respected organizations and kyle lowry's fingerprints are all over that and it just felt like it was a gradual process. I don't have the exact years in my head but it felt like they would make the playoffs losing a first round to brooklyn for example when they have kevin garnett if leading up to that championship. It was just a gradual process of the rapper rafters. Getting just a little bit better every year. Yeah and then you know. There was a lot of heartbreak along the way. Like you mentioned you know getting swept in the first round by the washington wizards losing to lebron james in what seemed like you know every single year and you know it seemed like the raptors had really reached a ceiling in terms of what they had built and obviously the trade for kawhi leonard. Really push them over the top. But you know for me. The twenty nineteen championship. Run will obviously be about kawhi but for me. It's always about calorie. Because he represented the journey of these raptors. You know he had been criticized leading up to the twenty nineteen playoff run about his up and down performances in the playoffs. You know there was one series when they played against the miami heat. Where you know. He was in such a shooting slump. That after a game one loss he went back onto the court to get shots up after a playoff game. Which is something that you just never saw before you know from from players and you know for him to have the performance that he had in two thousand nineteen during the championship bronze score the first eleven points in the.
Miami Heat Land Kyle Lowry, Retain Duncan Robinson on 5-Year, $90 Million Deal
"Let's start with the miami heat who made some noise yesterday for sure. Free agency officially kicking off. They added a couple of former nba champs to their roster and kyle lowry and the recently minted. Pj tucker they also resigned sharpshooter dunkin robinson on our close to an agreement with jimmy butler on a four year. Max
"lowry" Discussed on The Free Agents
"From larry koon is still on the books. Still i was gonna say what he's playing. Nba think he puts in cba or faq clutch. All right back with the no dumps drop podcasts. Let's get into the uptown report. It's the up down on port. Let's see those thumbs in the stream team up or down and of course down in the youtube comments as well or tweet at us at no dunk. I one miami is john hollinger's favourite landing spot for the grote. The greatest rapper. Of all. Time kyle lowry in an article with eric. Corinne on the athletic yesterday. Hollander a sign and trade of andrea dolla. Casey paula and precious a chula for lowry would extend the heat's cap room and the raptors walk away with two young frontcourt players tassie. Upper down on hollinger's kyle lowry to the miami heat sort of trade proposal at good time reading this article. I am up on the side of things for sure. I think precious chula is starting to make his name known. I do believe in him and the fact that they do get a couple of young parts for kyle lowry. Who is you know this. This is the absolute time you have to trade him. I don't think you wait another year. I think that would be a pretty good return for. Kyle lowry do it. It's the first you know sort of forward-looking trade for for messiahs and the raptors. You gotta trade kyle lowry. I think that's a good return when all of a sudden done pretty solid for the heat i call our would definitely help. I would think that they would try and go bigger. We talked about the bradley beal possibility last week. I i like that option a little bit more to try and dig for that. But yeah kyle. Lowry obviously would be a great great get. I think it's It's time for the raptors to move on and not just buying the precious uber stock as he blocked. Kevin durant for team nigeria. I've i always thought that he'd be he'd be great. The raptors need a big and he's sort of a a perfect modern day defensive guy to get everywhere and the heat just. I just think they may be a little bit more than kyle lowry away from winning a championship right now. I think they should try and aim higher but they gotta aim so it makes sense from johnny holly to be driving this one. What do you think clearly. Yeah i think if you're the raptors if you can get those two young plays for a guy who's basically going anyway. Why not you know andrea go dolla. You can probably move him on as well if he doesn't wanna go out even want to go. Do you wanna go to memphis. I mean the raptors. Well i mean right now. Are they in a better position than memphis probably So maybe dolls. Like i'm not. I'm not going there so you're going to have to move me on which wouldn't be bad. If you're still massage. You could trade him to get something else potentially in wouldn't be much though. But but yeah. I mean if you if you can get those two young place i agree. I think he's got some talent. He's got some potential for a guy who called larry's almost certainly not going to be a raptor anyway. One do that but not sure if miami will do that really. I'm not sure if they'd give up those two young plays for call who's good and he certainly we now but they've got at you're ready and they would have to move on from. He might guess because he's kind of their old man point guard and then what are they doing with taller hero. Does he become the starting point guard next season. I mean didn't have a great end to the season. But certainly i think he's the future. What do you think. I like the idea of kyle lowry in jimmy. Butler plan together in a backward. I'll tell you that much am lake tasks. Lear say if lower is going to be leaving any ways if you can get anything for him. I think that's good especially considering last year. The raptors did not get a ton from their center position. Baynes boucher was good. But i don't necessarily know that that's your starting five in the nba. Maybe precious the chew. It could be some time in the future. Obviously he's a defender as well. Which is something. the raptors value. Just feels like a big off season for toronto. Right now right. It's like we got the lowery as a free agent. Maybe it'll be a sign and trade. You're seeing them. Show up trade rumors left and right once again hitting fourth pick really changed things for them. It's like you can go on a whole bunch of different ways here especially with a guy off the books and siaka having had success in the nba. And being on you know. I mean he's on a big contract but there's a lot of big contracts out there and this is a guy that has proven already in his career so definitely feels like we're going to be seeing quite a different raptors team starting next season. Yeah within the same article. Korean and hollinger sort of like debated tasks whether it meant having the fourth pick in the draft and probably jalen suggs. Let's say he falls to them there. That's the spot. He's going in most mock drafts. Does that automatically mean if you took sug stat. Lowry is gone. Crane says no. Why does it have to mean that. It doesn't where most people hollander included. Say well yeah you probably are now leaning into your future and you've got your young backward songs it would be vanfleet and you've still got og siaka and you're trying to get some young big guys like an chula that's hollinger's thinking but what do you think if the raptors like do you think lowery's their next season i guess what i'm getting at especially now having a very high draft pick which very likely going to be a pretty young talented guard..
Durant, Nets rally past Raptors 116-103, clinch playoff spot
"Jeff green led the way with twenty two points as Brooklyn locked up a playoff spot after a one sixteen model three victory over Toronto but not center added eight boards to his effort while Kevin Durant finished with seventeen points and ten rebounds going three of five from three point range Blake Griffin chipped in with seventeen points off the bench for the nets Kyle Lowry had twenty four points for the raptors see little scores well Gee I don't know we had a twenty one I'm gonna be
Laureano's 2-run shot gives Athletics 7-3 win over Astros
"Frankie Montas earned his first win of the season by allowing one run over six innings as the Oakland Athletics beat the Houston Astros seven to three mantas allowed six hits while striking out five the only blemish on his line was a Kyle Tucker home run on his final pitch of the day Mota says his fastball was key to his success the second time start using more breaking pitches also so that makes all the conspirators promote Laurie on a finished three for four and smacked a two run Homer for the eighth Gen Lowry added a pair of hits and an RBI Jose Altuve they collected two hits and an RBI for the Astros Michael Brantley added an RBI triple Adam splaine Houston
Trade Deadline Reaction with NBA Front Office Insider for ESPN, Bobby Marks
"Are doing a trade deadline. Wrap up with the one and only bobby marks who is in bristol. I forget what bristol even looks like. Let's wrap up. What turned out to be. I guess kind of sneaky fun. Trade deadline bobby. How are you. I'm good zach. How are you yeah. We We had nothing besides fianna cap'n galley in money. Money saving deal for the clips would actually help them get guess The rondo deal game a little bit of money and then we had the two. Am the lawn. Reiko cory joseph swapped and i slept right through that were stuck right through the delong. Something was telling me. Wake up. Wake up and i woke up and i saw and i was like i said one of these videos. I've been doing. It wasn't like the bias. Harris remember tobias harris straight from a couple years ago where it happened like in the middle of the night and i woke up at like six. And i'm like oh my god. What just happened here. Like i missed it I woke up. I talked about it a little bit. And then i had a hard time back asleep. Well the headliner didn't get traded. And that's kyle lowry but let's start with the orlando magic. Because i can no longer make fun to them by calling them the orlando inertia because they traded everyone and they are going to be so bad when they next play which could be tonight. I don't even know else playing tonight that they are obviously positioning themselves. To go full rebuild. Bow and get a shot at kate cunningham. Whoever's next seat next year skate cunningham their biggest deal let's start with butchnevich to chicago for twenty twenty one. I at twenty twenty three. I and wendell carter junior and otto porter. What were your thoughts on that. Because i didn't think i was gonna get traded. And i thought if he did the price would be even higher than this and i was skeptical that anyone would offer them that kind of pressure i did. I didn't think a deal what happened. What do you think about this from either either perspective. I don't care which one to start with. Yeah i mean. I think for I thought it was going to be three ones. If you're going to get in the game for a reverse first rounder. Three first rounders. I thought that's what it was. And i guess if you're landau i guess you're quite that the wendel carter junior the pickup equates to a first round although he's got two years you know he's going into an extension year so it's not like you get clean slate with him.