36 Burst results for "Maggie"
Fresh update on "maggie" discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"I don't have the Law & Order to agree that Jody does. But how is this not obstruction on bars part? Everything we've just found. Well, I mean, I hate to sound pedantic, but if there's no investigation, there's no obstruction. Right. You can't obstruct an investigation. It doesn't take place. Yeah. Yeah. So I mean, I don't know. I mean, I mean, I think the whole door of investigation at this point is a sideshow. Yeah. I mean, he's facing, I mean, what's the total now? Three grand juries. You know, at least two congressional investigations. Let's keep our eye on the ball there. Now, Bill Barr can't do any more damage. Did you happen to go anymore? Can't do anymore. And besides, it won't matter to the likes of Jim Jordan. Did you see chuck Todd happened to engage in almost journalism this weekend? He said, right, he said. By Jim Jordan, he's a pro. But he said right to Jim Jordan. Durham found nothing and bar do you why are you investigating the same thing? Like it won't matter to them. The Durham found out. No, they'll break. No, they'll bring in, you know, Sidney Powell and, you know, God knows who else. And they'll say that, you know, the whole, you know, the whole thing was terrible, and it was a worldwide deep state scandal. I see where Trump is going after Bob Woodward now. Yes. 50 million is for $50 million for recording. You know, he already he already took a dive against letitia James. It's not going to go after Bob Woodward. Yeah. Charlie, I can just tell you right now you've said a lot of wildly inappropriate things on this show over the years. Do not sue me for recording your words and then releasing them later. To make you look bad. Imagine what we're doing. For my, you know, my book. Now it's first of all, it's not your book, dude. Second of all, you sat down with bob freaky Woodward. What did you expect was going to happen? I know. He ain't know Maggie haberman. Okay. What was that? A party you just go with fooling around. There you go. There you go. All right, bid your Fonda do's, everybody. Farewell, guys. Bye bye. Bye bye. Thanks, Charlie. Bye Charlie. I know. It's like this was a whole what do you call it? Wait, wait, don't tell me addition this week. Call upon stone and studio yesterday. Oh, we need a small rock on. Let's go. Let's get Travis chop chop.
Video evidence suggests Alex Murdaugh muddled timeline
"Testimonies underway in the trial of the South Carolina lawyer accused of fatally shooting his wife and son. I Norman hall. Attorney Alex Murdoch is accused of killing his wife Maggie and their son, Paul at their hunting lodge in June 2021, the prosecution attempted to question the timeline involving his 9-1-1 call to authorities. Detective Lara rutland says she doubted Murdoch's statement that he was visiting his elderly mother. With her being Alzheimer's patient, they tend to be worse at night, so I seemed it was strange to go visit. But the defense questioned how the detective didn't see any blood on Murdoch, his wife was shot several times with the rifle, the sun shot twice with a shotgun, Murdoch faces 30 years to life if convicted. I Norman hall
Second seed Jabeur knocked out of Australian Open
"For the first time in 21 years in Australian open has lost its two top men's seeds before the third round, both dispatched by Californians, Maggie MacDonald entered the run of top seed Rafael Nadal on day three and Jensen brooksby followed up on day four, knocking out the second seed Casper Ruud, despite blowing three match points in the third set, brooksby closed out the win 6 two and the fourth, and next takes on fellow American Tommy Paul. Michael Moe and Katie volley nets also advance with upset winds, joined in the third round by two more Americans in
When Government Gets Involved in Suppressing Speech, We’re in Trouble
"I said this on Dennis show the last time that I guest hosted a few weeks ago. And I got into some trouble for it. I had a lot of people emailing me saying that they thought it was an outrageous statement. But if we go through the examples, it really isn't that outrageous. Let's look at schools. If you are a conservative student, you are a social pariah, you are shouted down in bullied into silence and submission by leftist vigilantes. We saw this with one of the former administrators of Trinity high school, Jennifer Norris, who went on tape with project veritas, of course she didn't know that she was on tape. And she admitted to this reporter that she tries to prevent Republican speakers from coming to her school. And that she views her Republican students as, quote, really awful people who are, quote, protected by capitalism and feel entitlement to express opposite opinions. Another example that's come out in recent years is Lake ingle, a senior at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, who is kicked out of his class for saying that there were only two genders. Or Maggie de Jong at southern Illinois university edwardsville, who was served a no contact order. By her school administration, prohibiting her from talking with certain students because she offended her classmates so much with her views on abortion, policing, and her defense of Kyle rittenhouse.
"maggie" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast
"And maybe try that thought on it, and within a day I guarantee you're going to have some revelations to be pulling yourself up by your bootstraps. Awesome. Thank you. If people want to contact you. Thank you. Find you, where do they do that? Absolutely. Thank you. On Instagram, I'm magnify Maggie. So magnified just like the glass and Maggie MA GGIE, I actually have an ebook, a habits for happiness, ebook for your listeners. So if you go to my Instagram and you click the link in my bio, it'll be the first pop up there. Just something to really help integrate those little habits that'll boost the confidence. That's Instagram magnify Maggie TikTok, magnify Maggie J, and then I do a lot of YouTube lessons on mindset, fitness, nutrition, and that's on the magnify Maggie. YouTube channel. So awesome. I will put all the links in the show notes at the addicted mind dot com. So people can find that too. They'll find all these links there. Maggie, thank you so much for sharing your spirit, your wisdom, your hope with the addicted mind audience. I just really appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you for everything you do for us as your audience suite. We all love you, so I really appreciate you having me on today. All right, everyone. Thank you for listening to the Egyptian mind podcast. As usual, all the show notes will be at the addictive mind at dot com. So check them out there. And if you've enjoyed this episode of the addicted mind podcast, click subscribe in your podcast app and think about joining our Facebook group. Go to Facebook, type in the addictive mind podcast and click join. I read everyone. Have a wonderful day. And I'll talk to you on the next episode.
"maggie" Discussed on Broken Record
"Or cataloging. So great to have that and to have a slice of yourself preserved. So you can look back and see yourself and you have it going back since when you were in high school. It's incredible. Yeah, I mean, it really feels like going and visiting an old version of myself for like a childhood photo where you're looking at this photo and you can conceptually know it's you, but as a completely different person and it doesn't look or feel anything like you. Yeah. It's really bizarre. It feels like a snake shedding a skin. It feels like that sort of shell in a way. You mentioned writing light on part two, yeah. Do you remember anything from that? I would love to hear what where that song went. Now that you have more experience in your career has progressed. I remember it. It exists. It's fully produced. I made it that summer of 2020. Like I made a whole record. Oh. Of songs sort of like that. And then I was like, this is so boring. I'm gonna die if I have to go tour this, threaten other year. Was it just because it was sort of like melancholy, or it wasn't reaching any new ground or what was boring about it? It didn't feel new. It didn't feel challenging. It felt like strong songwriting, but it was sort of like, it's a little sweeter. I don't know, it felt very much like the character of Maggie Rogers and heard it in a past life, but didn't actually feel like the person Maggie in the current moment I was in. And I sort of had to outgrow and kill that character in order to move forward and feel like myself again. So it didn't have the teeth, didn't have the smudge. Well, it's not even about the teeth or the smudge. It's just wasn't honest. It was what everybody wanted to hear from me. But it wasn't how I actually felt. And that's the thing that I've always sought to do in my music is tell the truth. And that's something I just, like, I'm a very direct person that can't hide a lot of emotions from the better or the worse, but I also think that the second record is hard because people do have a real conceptual notion of who you are. And you're not a product, you're a person and you grow up and you change and sort of being true to who I am or who I was when I was making this record. I knew it also alienate some of the people that fell in love with the artist I was on the last record and I had to just sort of let that go and really commit to making something that I love and I'm really proud of and that's what I've always done but it was, it was a different thing this round or it just took a couple weeks to sort of put myself in that head space in a different way because I had to really like it was a bigger skin to shed because more people were holding on to that skin. It wasn't just me anymore. What's your relationship with your perceived audience in your mind when you're writing songs? They don't really exist. Because music is really for me to process my life. When I get into recording, we're like when I'm writing with someone else, maybe that's it. Like a lot of music are right alone and a lot of this record I got to write with kid our poon, which I just I love him so much. And it's really a different thing to write with someone else because it becomes social in the same way that playing music is social. And even though I'm still writing all the lyrics in the corner, I have a friend to push me or there's a friend to dream with and suddenly you get to the bridge and you're like, oh, this is such a good thing to yell with the crowd. You're like, on stage, it'll sound like this on the record, but on stage, we can do this whole other thing and it can open up like you sort of get to plant these doorways in the record that you know like in 6 to 8 months you're going to get to open and the whole song is going to blast open in this other way. Now that you've experienced more success here for a little further along in your career, how are you feeling about the relationship between success and happiness? I think it really depends on how you define success. And for me, these days, success is happiness on a day to today basis. I mean, I think in light on like you're talking about a song is really about something I referenced earlier in the conversation, which is the sort of strange thing that happens when you commodify your own human emotions, which is what it means to be a professional artist. And it's a really, really bizarre thing. Even though I'm like so grateful to do it or to have the opportunity to do it. It's a, it made me feel really bad, a lot of the time. It was really dehumanizing. And I think now I just have different boundaries with it. And if my success is my own happiness, I feel like specifically in a lot of times in the communities that I exist in. Which often are New York and LA. In the music world. There is this insatiable feeling that nothing is ever enough. You know, it's this very capitalistic forward looking tendency of everything needs to be bigger, better and if you sold this many tickets, it needs to be that many next time. And I think the thing that I really felt so grateful to feel a lot during the pandemic, which was such a time of pain and also reflection and grief and all this other stuff. So that I really have enough. I think you feel successful when you feel like you have enough. And I feel like I have more than enough all the time. And so once I could really define success for myself and feel like I had enough, I got a lot better at saying no to stuff I don't like to do. And that's great. It's really awesome. It means I might not be the biggest pop star in all the land, but I'm so much happier and my life and my music are certainly better for it. And that's looks like success to me. We'll be right back with the rest of Leah rose's conversation with Maggie Rogers, after quick break. Cadillac is an iconic American brand for a reason. Not just because they've been around for a 120 years. But because it's a brand that pushes the limits. The limits of luxury and innovation. And they're doing it again. With the all electric Cadillac liver. There are no half measures with lyric. Cadillac didn't just put a battery into an existing vehicle, call it a day. This is a complete new design. With every detail obsessively considered from the bold exterior lines to the elegant and spacious interior. 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"maggie" Discussed on Broken Record
"Like I knew I was on my way out. And I didn't know if I'd come back, you know? That wasn't set in stone. I knew I'd put the record out, but I, I don't know, I find a lot of this business to be really disheartening. And I love making music, but in thinking about what I believe and what makes me happy, it's also thinking about the structures around these things that I love and whether or not it's necessary to do it commercially or not. As far as what's going to make me the happiest in the long run. What's your favorite part of your job? Considering everything you have to do as an artist as a public person, what's your absolute favorite part of it? I love making stuff. Like it's my favorite thing in the whole world, whether it's writing songs, being in the studio, getting to play shows. I love playing other people's shows, like my favorite part of performing is guesting. On other people's shows, 'cause it's so much fun and so much less pressure. But I'd say my favorite part is probably being in the studio. It's probably the part I get to do the least. Yeah. We have to take a quick break, and then we'll be back with more from Maggie Rogers and Leah rose. Cadillac is an iconic American brand for a reason. Not just because they've been around for a 120 years. But because it's a brand that pushes the limits. The limits of luxury and innovation. And they're doing it again. With the all electric Cadillac liver. There are no half measures with lyric. Cadillac didn't just put a battery into an existing vehicle, call it a day. This is a complete new design. With every detail obsessively considered from the bold exterior lines to the elegant and spacious interior. Finally, an EV design for luxury, not just for function. The all electric Cadillac lyric, B magnificent, the electrified. Be iconic. Order your lyric at Cadillac dot com. 2023 lyric orders are full. Go to Cadillac dot com and complete a pre order for model year 24 to be among the first to order a model year 24 when available. Geico asks, how would you love a chance to save some money on insurance? Of course you would. After all, who doesn't love a great deal, right? And when it comes to great rates on insurance for all things in your life, Geico can help. Like with insurance for your car, truck, motorcycle, boat, and RV. Even with homeowners condo or renters insurance. You could save even more with a special discount when you bundle your coverages. Plus, add the easy to use Geico mobile app, available 24 hour roadside assistance, and more, and choosing to switch to Geico becomes an easy choice. Switch today and see all the ways you could save with great rates and discounts. It's easy. Simply go to Geico dot com to get a rate quote or contact your local agent and get started seeing how much you could save. We're back with more from Leah rose and Maggie Rogers. When it came to starting surrender, what was the world that you envisioned in your mind that started to come together and you started to realize, okay, this is the direction I want to go in. This is the world I want to create. How did that all start to come together for you? So I started this record like I have started all the records, which is with the mood board. It was really visceral feeling like there was a smudgy red lipstick and a lot of leather and silver and but also a lot of images of people sort of like in the middle of some form of ecstasy or release. And that sort of common to other mood boards or records I've had, but heard it in a past life was a lot of people in motion, there's a lot of dancers in motion. I like whoever's listening to this, I keep making this movement. I'm like, I keep them so over Zoom, like reaching out my right hand and sort of like looking up to the sky as I'm saying in motion, which is a little bit ridiculous. It turned into past life also felt very airy and deserty and California. And I glad I was spending my first time in LA and surrender feels far earthier and maybe even a bit of fire. And it was certainly grounded in New York and in the foggy landscapes of Maine and in the UK at Peter Gabriel's real world studios where I made a lot of this record too. Super cool. I want to be really clear about what I wanted to make before I got anyone else involved. So I spent a lot of time gathering images, and then also doing research. On my own, making demos, writing a bunch of songs. I wrote maybe a hundred songs for this record. And even like, I basically made a sort of shittier second record that'll probably never come out. Like I made like light on part two, like fully produced. And then was like, okay, what else? If that's the first step forward, what's the next step and was able to sort of take that next artistically but I think because I had spent all that time sort of cleaning out what was ever in my brain. And then in Maine still, I wear I lived for a lot of the pandemic that summer. So it would have been summer of 2020. The first song started to come that really felt like the mood board and really felt like the world and that first song was anywhere with you. And it was also probably the last song we finished too, because it's a long technical ride from a production standpoint. Since so many of your songs feel so confessional. I wonder this like I wonder this with comedians. Like, do you have moments in your life where you're in maybe like a passionate moment, an intense moment with another person and you're like, this is a song. This is a pre chorus. This is all getting recorded tonight when I'm home. I don't, and I'm grateful for that because I think if I was in like a fight with a friend and I was like, oh, this is gonna make such a good song. I would be a psycho. Well, it's like Jerry Seinfeld. He's always working on material, like every conversation is material, like nothing is personal. It's all material. When I get to really feel like an artist, I am that way, but like feeling like an artist feels like a certain type of sunglasses I get to put on where like I'm noticing the light or the detail or like the way something taste sensuality is a big part of this record and for me it's a big part of being an artist because it's just really being tapped into the senses and the way things feel. But a lot of my job I'm also like I don't know a business person or like an email in turn or like when you make your art, your career, there's other stuff to just do. Yeah. But also what I would say is that a lot of my music is also looking back. It's quite reflective and I find like all art is reflective, but a lot of it actually physically is in the past tense. And I find when I look back, like I wrote the last song for surrender and Thanksgiving during school. And I haven't written since then. It's been almost a year. And when I go to write again, I'll sort of look back on that empty time and pick out there are just like natural moments that stick out in your memory from the last year if you can think about them and I really think about making records as a form of archiving
"maggie" Discussed on Broken Record
"Maggie Rogers has never been one to mince words. Aside from her powerhouse voice, one of Maggie's superpowers is her ability to write pop songs, fueled by radical emotional transparency. And while it's thrilling when an artist bears their soul, that level of constant vulnerability can be unsustainable. In 2019, after releasing her Grammy nominated debut, heard it in a past life and then touring the album relentlessly, Maggie was desperately in need of time away from the spotlight. Just before the pandemic, she retreated to her parents home in coastal Maine. There, she began writing and recording her follow-up album, surrender. Maggie also started to think deeply about her role as a pop star. And the relationship between herself and her audience. In 2021, she enrolled in a master's program of religion and public life at Harvard divinity school. There, her studies focused on the spirituality of public gatherings and the ethics of power and pop culture. On today's episode, producer Leah rose talks to Maggie Rogers about how comforting it was for her to become a student again. Maggie also recalls the time she took motorcycle lessons to re channel the massive amounts of adrenaline. She experienced on her first tour. And we'll hear the song from Maggie's new album that she says is the perfect distillation of where she is now, as an artist. This is broken record. Liner notes for the digital age. I'm Justin richman. Here's Leah rose with Maggie Rogers. What's going on? How are you feeling? I'm good. I am so excited to be back in the flow again. I took August and September to sort of mourn the release and sort of recover from a really big summer. And things are feeling really exciting again and we're two weeks from going back on tour. And I've only really played three or four shows since the pandemic started. So I'm just so excited for that. And in the heat of all of the planning and fun goodness, band practice starts next week. So I'm feeling really excited about it all. Excellent. So the show is called the feral joy tour, and that, for me, personally, I feel like that's like a high bar to hit every single night. So how do you muster up feral joy night after night? How do you get to that place where you're just able to give that on stage? Ferrell joy, to me, it's not just pure happiness. So you're asking about how do I conjure that on stage? It's not like going on stage and being the happiest girl you've ever seen. Although playing music often makes me that person, it's about being present and so much of playing shows, I really think is a practice of presence and you let the show unfold and the thing that I love about shows is that it's really is uncontrollable and it's something that you can't repeat because each setting each crowd, each single person in that room makes a real difference for what that show feels like and how that show unfolds. So the pressure of conjuring something each night doesn't feel so high because on stage is the place where I feel the most like myself and the most free and I really am able to just let go. And I often have very little memory of being on stage because I am in such a flow other state. Yeah. So it really is just about letting the music come through and really enjoying it after not getting to do it for the last three years. When did you discover that that on stage is the place where you feel most like yourself? How old were you? When did that realization come to you? I think it's more that when I'm singing, I feel really present because this idea of performing or entertaining never really felt right to me and I always felt really shy from it because it has this sort of connotation of putting something on and when I'm singing I just feel so connected. I mean, when you tell someone how you feel, you can use words to explain it, but to me when you sing and you have that real resonant frequency, you can physically show someone how you're feeling. For me, I'm just a person that feels a lot of things, a lot of the time. And when I sing or when I'm on stage, it's a real space of expression. It's a space where I can let it out somewhere in a real constructive way. And connective way. Because I think when you feel that much, it can often be kind of isolating, but the thing that music does is it brings people together and reminds people of their central human qualities. Everybody knows what it's like to feel sad or happy, you know, both or have a crush or fall in love, maybe, or have that first butterfly. So I think when I write down my innermost feelings and put them out there for the world, it also means a lot. Live when other people sort of say that it resonates with them too, because it makes me also feel like a part of a community. What happens after the shows, like where does that adrenaline go? And when you're not performing regularly, is there a way that you can replicate that feeling off the road? No. There's nothing like the adrenaline from a show. But I think that there are things that can touch it. After my first tour in 2017 for my EP, now that the light is fading, I went to motorcycle school. And was using motorcycles as a way to moderate my adrenaline when I was off the road. Because I found that if I fully crashed, when you're getting an input of adrenaline every night, you start just living on the sort of other plane. And if you can normalize that, it can be somehow sustainable, but the second you come down, your body starts to crash. Because you're exhausted, your adrenals are shot. Adrenaline burns through everything you've eaten that day. It's essentially a panic response. And so it would be really, really hard if I had like a week off of tour if I came all the way down. And then had to push all the way back up. So I started looking for ways that I could in some sort of healthy or safe way. When I'm talking about motorcycles, I'm writing like with full gear helmet pads and like 30 miles an hour on a back road with no one on it. Like, I'm not in Los Angeles on a motorcycle. But like full leather like head to dough motorcycle game. Padding. Yeah, I will protect you. And I will say, it's not really a part of my life anymore. But when I was learning to tour when I was like 22 to 25, it certainly was. Wow. We'll see what happens. I guess I haven't really been on the road since then though, so we'll see what happens in this chapter. Yeah. I think it's just really nice to go do something else. To put myself in a new situation or go learn about something or be around a group of people that have absolutely nothing to do with music. It makes it like really gratifying when I come back to music and I'm like, oh, I actually really know what I'm talking about here. We're like, this is the space where I've worked really hard over a lot of years to know this stuff. It makes me appreciate my skill set, I think. But it also reminds me that there is a world outside of music because I think for the people that sort of treat it like a religion and eat sleep breathe it every day, there is quite a bubble. And, you know, one of the best things about grad school was like realizing that most of my best friends at school listen to music, like in the background when they were cooking. And they didn't think about who wrote a produced it. And I think I'm so insular, like who played that guitar and what preempted it run through and it was really
"maggie" Discussed on Broken Record
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As the Votes Are Counted, The GOP Needs to Do Some Soul Searching
"Political side of things, I am kind of hoped by now. We have some more answers, but at present it looks like it's going to take a little bit of time. It's going to take a little bit of time before we can safely say that the GOP has the house. It looks like that might happen. But again, you got to be careful until every last vote is counted. In calling any of these things. And then simultaneously, you have a Senate, which doesn't look like it's going to be conservative after all, and that's because of some notable losses, including Doctor Oz, they're in Pennsylvania. I had been a little bit reluctant on him all along only because he didn't quite have the same pedigree as, by the way, the guy who I think should have run, who was the Bridgewater guy. The pedigree in terms of having lived there and from there, most of his life. And I think that that sort of came through for people and came through for voters. So there's that situation Maggie Hassan, I told you, remember the other day, on the show that she would be very, very hard to beat in the state of New Hampshire, a state I know very, very well. Maggie has and I can tell you somebody who New Hampshire voters like because she's not too liberal, but she's sort of mainstream and it's not that populist state. So I think having Don Baltic there was going to be unfortunately for the country and for New Hampshire, not a successful endeavor. This is time for a regrouping. I've settled along with a lot of the policies of the previous administration that made a lot of sense. Certainly from an economic perspective, certainly from an international security perspective, and certainly from a domestic perspective in the analysis we're trying to do is really promote American values, American work ethic, American productivity, all the things that would make us stronger as a country, but
Ted Button Wins North Carolina
"Now, in North Carolina, Ted button one handily. That was never in doubt. And so it does go, he's also an experienced congressional member of Congress. Nominates someone with experience. You win a title action nominate someone without it, you make mistakes and you lose in Pennsylvania. I also think and I want to test this out on you Michael. I've said for a year and a half Josh Shapiro is the most talented Democrat in the United States. He crushed it in Pennsylvania yesterday over Doug mastriano, who's never been on this show because I just think he's a terribly flawed candidate. I had Dan baldock on just to try and take one for the team. And I thought he was in the running. He did not come close. It's not close. It's not close to Maggie Hassan was a candidate who didn't face the press of one by 1000 at 17.6 years ago. If you can't beat a candidate, you can't get 1018 more votes for the candidate like that. I think you've got a real problem there. When you're governor is running up a double digit win. Sununu could have won that seat, but he chose not to. Well, you ought to try, you know, I ought to try the governor Colorado. I think a smart guy and I think the governor, democratic governor elect Josh Shapiro of Pennsylvania, looks like a smart guy. They're not eating all drinking all the Biden Kool-Aid. Interesting people and interesting states. But that helped to prevent the Republicans have held that seat in Pennsylvania, that Senate seats since 1968 since dick Schweikart beat Joseph Clark. I don't know if you were following that election. No, no, I know why. But I was.
Election Updates for Kentucky and New Hampshire
"We're just waiting for some of these things to come in. I'm here for you. I'm here to try to monitor what's going on. We're in the gubernatorial race. If you look at the map right here, scroll over to the state there that has a gubernatorial remarks to it. It's just right now in New Hampshire right now, oh, it's only four votes in. So it's insignificant. They only have four votes in the Republican. I can't even see his name. What is it? That's a weird name. Chris Newton who is winning. Let's go up to some of the other races and look at them. Let's go up there and forget the house. Let's go to the Senate. Let's see anything that happened in Kentucky. So we got Kentucky results here and it looked like Rand Paul is ahead. There's only been about 4700 votes counted Rand Paul has 76% of the votes over Charles Booker in Kentucky. They got a long way to go in Kentucky. He's not even close. But right now we have, who is Rand Paul, we have Rand Paul winning in Kentucky. Let's go to New Hampshire up there at the top and see what New Hampshire got. A New Hampshire only 5 votes in right now. New Hampshire got 5 votes and all the votes have gone to what is that? Maggie Hassan. Hassan, Maggie Hassan, that's who it is in this all the Democrat. So not enough to give any feedback there.
How Would the GOP Be Doing If There Was Parity on TV?
"Republicans be doing. If there was parody on television. I mean, a New Hampshire, Maggie Hassan and spent $36 million to Don bollocks 2 million and he's up a point in the polls. And one of the reasons this has happened is because every major power center, every major kind of opinion shaping institution kind of any place that there are elites in America have gone completely off the rails in the direction of the woke of the postmodern of the deconstructionist of the post structuralist. Warnock outspending walker 76 million to 32 million. Cortez masto 47 million na laxalt's 12 million. It really is a testament to these candidates of how hard they've campaigned how they've been on message. It is important for us to acknowledge that for the foreseeable future, Republicans will be outspent in almost every single race across the country for the next decade. There is a price of becoming the muscular class party. There is a price of becoming the party of the plumber, the electrician. And the price is that when inflation comes your way, it's really hard to finance campaigns. People have less discretionary or you should say disposable income to be able to spend on these things because they're getting crushed by all these policies that the oligarchs are doing just fine. They have more money to spend than ever before.
Don Bolduc: Maggie Hassan Is a Career Politician Saying Lies
"It is just a career politician being a career politician Making up lies exaggerating the truth trying to turn things emotional hoping that I will strike back at her in create a war Among our supporters and I just stay away from that because I just simply say listen you have created 40 hot 40 year high inflation and soaring interest rates record high gas prices diesel shortages natural gas shortages wide open border 98 people this year on the Tara watch lists have been taught does knows how many have got away Fentanyl opioids are killing our kids we don't have any Law & Order because of the fact that you have supported defund the police Our education in our schools is at an all time low It's indoctrination not education CRT gender identity instead of teaching them reading writing maps history and civics have been forbid if we teach our children about this great country's decoration of independence and constitutional republic that you keep referring to as a democracy because you still will not admit that we live in a constitutional republic You don't even understand your own oath So that's what I say And that's what's resonating because her logic is not resonating because it's not logic It's simply a denial of doing her job and taking care of the people that she's been sworn to take care of
Don Bolduc: Maggie Hassan, Dems Have Made the Wrong Decisions for Families
"I mean this just doesn't make any sense to grant its status with all the shortages people choosing between heating and eating we know we're going to have blackouts It's been predicted It's out there And for the life of me I can't understand why Democrats and independents and others that you know are just voting because of the party and not voting because of the person and what that person represents And she clearly regardless of what was on the end of her name as an identifier has done the wrong thing for the people and for our children and our grandchildren And that should be what is apparent in getting that across with my money compared to her money $30 million that she spent she can propagate lie after lie after lie In this last debate we did yesterday I called her on it And I said when are you going to stop lying to people And when are you going to apologize to the graduate status for the hardships you have caused They are significant They're going to increase You refuse to even acknowledge the word inflation And when you do you blame it on somebody else outside the United States whether it's Putin whether it's other countries and then you try to make a comparison with other countries to America and it's a global phenomenon not anything that you and Biden in Schumer and the Democratic Party did which is another lie It's well within your control to fix and you don't do it And it is very concerning to many people
The Democrats' Day of Reckoning Is Near
"Battle for Senate control marked by volatility as midterms near. And Politico, young voters missing in action at dam based flocks to vote early. These are two perfect examples of what do I write when the Democrats are getting slaughtered? When they're being mowed down when their troops have broken and run away when they can't get volunteers to turn out and the blue website isn't generating a dollar. What are we right about when it's a route? What are we right about when Don bulldog takes it to Maggie Hassan in the debate yesterday? What are we right about when Mike dewine in Ohio is a 22 point lead when the insider advantage as a Republicans on a generic ballot uptick of plus four? Because you got to understand every single morning and I sent a note to a candidate this morning. Their team had canceled an interview today and I said last night, that's fine, don't worry, but are you sure? And are you that confident? And texted me overnight. I was asleep. Twice, trying to cut, you know. I don't care if people don't want to come around. If they got a lead, you didn't send a lead. But I really don't care, but I set it out back. You know, my day ends early. And it starts early. So I could ever have 4 a.m. and I start running through all this stuff and this morning. It is hilarious because it's always the same thing. Collective hedging over by legacy media. Towards that, we're picking up a GOP trend. Storyline column analysis. Right now, it's a route.
41 Percent of Families Struggle to Make Their Budget
"General bulldog, I just was reading what John Ellis sent me. 41% of American families can not make their budget. They're not able to provide food for the family, clothing for the kids, shoes for the soccer games. I don't know what kind of Maggie has bodyguards around her and how they've surrounded the debate, but stocks are stubborn things. Isn't that what people are talking about, the price of gas and food? Yes, everybody's talking about it except for senator Hassan. He avoids the subject at all costs. You know, yesterday, she precluded New Hampshire journal, Michael Graham from being at a press conference and he is press, they let everybody else in that was going to write positive things about her or in her camp, but not other news outlets. I mean, this is what is being done, hiding the truth from granted status, avoiding the hard facts that Americans and granite staters are hurting in every way, moms and dads making choices about eating and heating, eating less so that kids can eat more, skipping meals so their kids can have three meals, our education system is a complete disaster and she receives the second highest amount of money from the teachers you
Bob Woodward Announces Audiobook With Hours of Trump Interviews
"This news coming from mediaite Bob Woodward announced that he is releasing an audiobook. Folks, just hear me on this, just hear me on this. It's one thing to sit down for an interview. And tell the reporter, you can't record me. You have to take notes because then when the book comes out, you can always get up in front of the cameras and your defense can be, they misquoted me, it's fake news, I never said that. And you might be able to get away with it. But that's not what happened. Bob Woodward is releasing an audiobook featuring more than 8 hours of interviews with former president Trump. And guess what? CNN, the most profane name in news. Crying Negro network. Thank you, John Joe Brown, always there for a comment. CNN got an exclusive listen. New York Times correspondent and CNN analyst Maggie haberman, oh, did I mispronounce my apologies? Analyst. It's Tuesday. CNN analyst Maggie haberman currently sets atop the publishing world with her controversial, but much buzzed about but confidence man the making of Donald Trump and the breaking of America. But she could soon have stiff competition. According to a new report from CNN's, Jamie dangle. Elizabeth Stuart and Jeremy is an herb or herb. I'm not sure if the HSI Lu or not. Shall we call them herb, Jeremy herb? The book is called the Trump tapes.
Don Bolduc: Maggie Hassan Has Hurt Americans
"And Don baldock general Bond duck is running for the United States Senate at a New Hampshire against a radical left wing Democrat who really hadn't done a damn thing for her state of New Hampshire Has she general No sir she has not She hasn't done it dang thing except hurt people in New Hampshire Economically fiscally their safety and security opioid crisis healthcare mental health you name it every one of her decisions every one of her votes has hurt granted status and Americans and it's time for change
Maggie Haberman Leads Twitter Trolling Against DeSantis Following Ian
"Away So Maggie haberman she puts this on there on her Twitter feed Again she quotes sweets and article that Lee county about the Lee county death toll Again these people are sick She says a delayed evacuation and a massive death toll And it wasn't but minutes Before the big tech tyrant buffoons at Twitter made sure this stuff started trending So what was trending afterwards Not a joke I'm not messing with you If you want to watch my podcast today I'm rumble I have visual aids for you here Trending on Twitter desantis Jim you got that home in soundtrack again We have to read this area This is trending on Twitter ladies and gentlemen Here we go Here is one of them Maybe got a way for our soundtrack This Santa's destroys Florida That's Santa's Desantis murders people Impeach the santas I can't help it I can't help it Folks these people are freaking crazy
Joe Concha: There Are More Books Coming out About Trump Than Biden
"We're talking about when you include gotta ways not just the people that were encountering and then we're counting but all the people that were not We are approaching now the entire population of frigging Ireland 5 million people coming into this country in the first two years It goes through those three and then education I got a first and a third grader I'm all for parents rights not for teachers unions dictating that my kid in first grade and I have a first and a third grader First graders being taught about gender identification sexual orientation I don't hear the president saying one thing about that So I go down the list and I can't find anything that this president has done right and trust me I'm an objective guy I voted for Bill Clinton in 1996 when I was a young man because the economy was good and he liked to balance budget and he said that you're a big government's over All right good enough for me That doll guy looks old I'll vote for Bill Clinton So I can be objective But here in looking at it through sober eyes and lucid eyes I don't see it By the way you bought up Maggie haberman before And this is interesting This is the start of the year because this goes back to our media conversation Over the next 5 weeks there are 15 books coming out about the president The problem is that president is Trump That is what they're focusing on And you're talking to the one guy who wrote about Joe Biden in the past 9 months as far as having resembling a major name That's the thing 15 to one not one person can analyze and write about this president scrutinize the current guy in power No of course they can't do that They serve at the pleasure of the Democratic Party
Maggie Haberman: Trump Is the Biggest Demagogue in National Politics
"Maggie haberman of The New York Times I do not understand how she can be a so called journalist at the same time one of the biggest hacks on CNN But when you understand this is the nature of phony journalism today provided in America then you understand that maggot haberman is perfect Cut ten go But it is another thing as you say that he will point to to say you know I am a victim thereafter me He has been I think the biggest demagogue we have seen in politics in national politics in this country in modern memory possibly in the history of the country And he is very good at using anytime somebody is looking into possible misconduct or alleged misconduct and saying it's an example of just how unfair it all is Yes I am and Maggie you haven't been talking about Donald Trump I have obsessed with Donald Trump I need a psychiatric care Megan heaven here I just can't kick my mind off of him Even though he's no longer president I'd rather not write about the current president because I support the current president And of course he's the biggest demagogue we've seen in politics and national politics in this country certainly in modern memory And I know I've done an exhaustive examination of the demagogues not in memory That's right In Donald Trump is the number one democracy He always plays the role of victim you know It's because he's unfairly impeached twice and fairly Investigated criminally by the Mueller again just because they kept demanding his taxes just because they went after his family in his businesses
Midterm primaries wrap up with fresh test of GOP's future
"Three states are holding the last primaries before the November election a retired army general whose campaigned on a platform that includes lies that Donald Trump won the 2020 election and conspiracy theories about vaccines is favored to win New Hampshire's Republican Senate nomination today Don bulldog who has not been formally endorsed by Trump would potentially face democratic senator Maggie Hassan New Hampshire is holding the country's last major primaries along with Delaware and Rhode Island and Rhode Island governor Dan McKee is facing a tough challenge from Secretary of State Nellie machias seeking his first full term in office after taking over when two term governor Gina raimondo was tapped as U.S. commerce secretary I'm Donna water
Liz Trust and the Women of Britain
"I ought to be covering and I will cover some of Liz trust's first day as prime minister. There is a wonderful colloquy between prime minister Liz trust and former prime minister Theresa May about why women prime ministers are only Tories, of course they began with Maggie that. Let's just play that now. Cut number one. Today's the May. Thank you, mister speaker. May I congratulate my right honorable friend and welcome her to her position as the third. Can I ask my right honorable friend? Why does she think it is? It all three female prime ministers have been conservative. Well, I thank my right honorable friend for her fantastic question. I look forward to calling on her advice from her time in office as I start as I start my work as I start my work as prime minister. It is, it is quite extraordinary, isn't it? That doesn't seem to be the ability in the Labor Party to find a female leader. Indeed, a leader who doesn't come from North London. Yeah.
"maggie" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"Furlough letters. Which to me was unbelievable. I didn't realize that they could do that, but it wasn't until then that I learned this common phrase airlines don't airlines will hire you until the day they decide to furlough you. So when I started to kind of see the writing on the wall and notice that man, I just don't think this is going to work out the way I imagined. It just so happened to be timing kind of work to in a miraculous way again. When my students really enjoyed the way I taught and we had been paired up together for a number of these different ratings. And at the end, when you finish this program, his father had actually been the director of operations for a small charter company. And he left the program. And then I got in touch with me about two months later and said, Maggie, you know, we have an opening for an SAC position. Would you be interested? And you know, at the time, I really didn't know what to do because the airlines I was thinking of hadn't necessarily announced that they were for Louis, so I thought there may be a chance and a mean makes sense for me to go that route. But my intuition told.
"maggie" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"Is a current major airline pilot. And as you hear, she took a little bit of a different approach to becoming a major airline pilot. She came over to the corporate side for a little bit. And yes, she did go back, but it was great to hear someone coming from the corporate side and still following their dreams and getting on with a major carrier. So it was awesome to hear Maggie's story. I was so thankful for her coming on and sharing her story. If you liked today's episode, please leave us a review on iTunes, check us out on Instagram at pi the pilot. And make sure you check out pilot's coffee, the best coffee in the game. Avian Asian, I want to keep you any longer, so any further ado, here's Maggie. Maggie, what is going on? Welcome to the pie at the pilot podcast. Thank you for having me. I'm really excited to be here. I'm excited to have you too. This is gonna be fun. Chicago, right? We both live in Chicago. We'll soon, I won't be in Chicago anymore, but now we can say that we both love in Chicago. We do. Today, the rainy city. Yeah, it's been graying gloomy. Yesterday we had a little bit of sun, but it's been, I'm ready for spring, man. I'm ready for some good weather to come back. Yeah, you and I both, we need some sunshine. Oh my gosh, please. But anyways, that's enough about the weather. For now, we can complain about that in a little bit. Tell me about yourself. Tell me about why you wanted to be a pilot and kind of go all the way back to the beginning of when Maggie realized that, hey, I want to be a pilot. Oh my goodness. So my path in JV was not exactly intentional. So my parents and I emigrated from Poland after the fall of communism in the 90s. And most of my childhood was spent with us kind of adapting to this new place and culture, so after a few years of arriving and learning a language which, by the way, I self taught myself through watching a lot of Sesame Street. And. Happy days and 9 or two. That's amazing..
"maggie" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"I am envious of people that can go do sporting adventures that are not necessarily dangerous, but kind of risky and expensive. Like people that can rent a helicopter and go find fresh powder. And then mountains of Alberta. Well, I'm going to go big and broad here. I envy anyone who is an adventurer or who has ever been good at playing any sport ever. New sports were not horrible, horrible, got really tall. Really quick. Didn't know how those limbs could go together. It was a lot of falling down. Let's do, let's do one more. I'm envious of dogs and how simple their lives are and that they don't have to pay rent. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, my dogs are really, really. Okay, well, I envy dogs for that exact reason, but also dogs like my dogs, that when they're two of them and they seem made for each other. And it was just happenstance that they were rescued around the same time, but they've got a soul mate, and they didn't do anything to work for it. That's a great one. Is there anything else you want to talk about before we wrap up? No, it was really fun to talk. Yeah, I'm really glad we got to dive into MD and thanks for sharing all that stuff about the pure and scrupulosity so fascinating. And Maggie's book is called easy. Easy street and it's so good. It's so good. And people I imagine can get it anywhere they want. Social media they can follow you at oh, I have a website Maggie Rowe author dot com. And Rowe is ROWE. Yes. Thanks so much, Maggie. Thanks. Truly enjoyed that. Truly enjoy that. And she is a great writer, check her stuff out. We are sponsored this week by fields when they approached me about advertising on the show. They make CBD products. And the first thing I said was, well, I'm a sober person. So as long as I'm talking about and trying products that have THC levels that are below the lethal limit, I'm totally totally fine with that because I do take CBD. For insomnia and joint pain and stuff like that. And they said, no problem. They do have products that have THC below the legal limit. The THC is the psychoactive part in the cannabis plant. And I tried their products and they're great. They have a variety of them. They have pills. They have tinctures. You can put under your tongue. They have varying strengths.
"maggie" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"You're in the right place. I am here with Maggie Rowe, who was performer in author, got a book out now called easy street, which is it's so good. I was telling Maggie before we started recording that your sense of character and your ability to not only describe other people in a way that paints such a vivid picture, but your ability to describe your inner life and your emotional battles and your negative self talk. Is it's so great. It's so great. Thanks. I love the first line of the book, which is I am not a good person. I was like, you had me at that. You had me at that. And then you talk in the book about some of the struggles you've had in the past. And I want to touch on each of them. But the first one I want to talk about is you talk about having pure OCD for those that don't know. Talk about pure OCD and what that means in your particular brand of it. Yes, this is my very peculiar particular brand. So pure O, or pure OCD, is the internal obsessive part without the corresponding physical compulsions. So it's intrusive thoughts, basically. Which is different than persevering or being plagued by worry. At least the difference in my mind is that it involves a feedback mechanism, wherein there's this thing operating, which is I don't want to think that and therefore I do. It's that little sticky wicket where I think pure O resides. And when did that first come out of your radar? What did that, what did that look like? Well, it started with me when I grew up as an evangelical Christian and I was told the basic idea you need to accept Jesus as your personal savior, and once you do, all your sins are forgiven, but the idea was except for one. God can forgive everything except for the one which was blaspheming the Holy Spirit. So of course me, everyone else was like, what is the plan for making the Holy Spirit? And the answer was nobody knows, just don't do it. And so in my mind, this imp this strange little mechanism took root, which was, I told myself, don't blaspheme the Holy Spirit. Whatever you do, don't do that. So then I would start saying things that were vile about some member of the Trinity, and then outwardly saying them or internally. Internally. Did you remember, even now I feel like a little bit. But fuck Jesus. Jesus is bullshit. Holy ghost, you're the least favorite of the Trinity. Everyone, you're bullshit. The whole thing is bullshit. I hate you. I hate God. Fuck you all. Fuck out it, you know, whatever horrible. And to be clear, you weren't emotionally connecting with these thoughts. It's more like your brain was just taking a shit and you were witnessing it. Yeah, it was the idea that more than anything I did not want to blaspheme the Holy Spirit. That was my number, it's kind of similar to the don't think about pink elephants on the wall or white bears on the wall. Eve, don't eat that. It's like this thing where because you're not supposed to do it, it happens. It's also the idea that the prohibition implies the action. So as soon as I say, don't think about pink elephants, pink elephants is in that sentence. So as soon as I say, don't blaspheme. And so sometimes it would just become so pure and talk about pure that I would just say blaspheme. I would just say it. It's like, don't say it. And then I would do it. Don't do it. And Catholicism also shames thoughts, which is one of the cruelest things you can do to a human being because as somebody in my support group said one time, we can't control whether or not a bird lands on our head, but we can certainly try to not let it build a nest there. Yes. But with pure O, it's like you can't even stop it from building a nest. Yeah. Yeah. It's a real and it seems like it would not be that troubling of a phenomenon like it's like, well, so you're thinking words, you don't want to think. But what was difficult for me was this sense of being internally under attack. Under attack from within. Which is like, and just this horrible feeling of like, well, if I don't want this, why am I doing it? And then what is I? And the whole thing is a very uncomfortable phenomenon. And did you share this with anybody? Yes, eventually. And how old were you when this year? I was super early. So that started maybe 6 or 7. Kind of as soon as I accepted Jesus as my personal savior, I was like, all of a sudden, the world got very, very serious. The stakes were enormous. And this is kind of an image that I remember of it, it was something that happened, but it kind of serves as a token for me. It's like, oh yeah, that's what it was. I remember me and my Friends were spinning around on the lawn. It was like, get so dizzy that you fall down and then you giggle. And we were all doing that with that little skirt. It's a blah blah blah. And I was having so much fun. And then I fell down once and I had this thought, and I was like, why aren't I working out my Salvation? Why aren't one of the phrases that and why aren't I haven't I witnessed to these girls? You know, it's just this heavyness that came on very, very suddenly. Anyway, I talked to my parents about it who were wonderful. But. Weren't psychologists. They weren't psychologists. And then they, in a great spirit, were like, I think you need to get baptized. I think you need to get baptized before the normal age. So I got baptized before my Friends. I think I was, I don't know, 9 or something. And the idea was maybe if it was a great idea, actually. Maybe if you have this external validation of your Salvation in front of a group of people, a ritual, maybe that will ease your internal strife. It didn't. It upped it. And the fact that it didn't relieve me felt like proof that there was a real problem. Anyway, baptism, but as part of the baptism process, I talked to my pastor. Who I really think was a decent fellow, but I remember the thing he said to me, he meant it was a compliment, but it was like, gosh, I'm not worried about my self esteem right now. He said, well, those were mighty big questions for such a little girl. And it was like, yeah. And what are the answers? How do I start? Yeah, good for me. You know? I'm a real thinker. Thanks, pet. I was gonna say his name, don't need to. Thanks, pastor. And then I did not see a psychologist about it until I was 19, and I admitted myself to a psychiatric facility. Evangelical psychiatric facility. The irony of going to an evangelical psychiatric facility for religiosity or whatever the word is for your velocity was what they scrupulosity. Diagnosed it is. Now, in retrospect, so here was the thing that showed that it was a problem right away. Their slogan was psychiatry where the Bible comes first. So right away. We're putting, we're putting doctrine ahead of your well-being. Drink your way to sobriety. Yeah, right, right. But what I felt and I think it was true was if I had gone to a secular organization, I don't know that they would have helped me. They would have said hell isn't real. It's a scare tactic from the Middle Ages, drop it, move on. And I wouldn't have been able to. So this place did meet me at a place where I could be met. And to their credit, from the very beginning, because I went in for a fear of just overwhelming sense of going to hell. I was just terrified. To their credit at no point did any of them say you should worry about your Salvation. They absolutely said, this is a mental disorder. You have been forgiven, you did it, you said the prayer right, you're okay, you need to believe it. So. They were well meaning. They were well meaning and it was I couldn't at that moment have gotten rid of the notion of hell. I couldn't do it. I needed this kind of halfway point of people going, yeah, it's real. And yeah, you got to be worried about all of your friends. But you're okay. So it was ultimately very helpful for me. And did that help her relieve the pure at least temporarily? Well, here's how it helped. I had several problematic therapists, but I had one that I loved, who told me this slogan, it was from Martin Luther, who himself had scrupulosity..
"maggie" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Maggie, say Jack. First of all, how's packed? He's doing well from the perspective of his daughter. It was a scary experience. I'm not going to lie, but he's doing great, and I know he's so excited to be back next week. We'll be back will be glad to have him back as well. And in the meantime, are you ready to touch some letters? Let's get started. Alright. Thanks so much. Oh, boy, Let's go. Hey, you're not a fan of hers. I think that that's already that was Have they done it old, isn't it? I don't know. I know September 10th that That's what? Because I know way had surgery before he had a procedure. Both of them were at it. Oh, so maybe it's a repeat Maggie's coming back. Yeah, because I remember that and she came back. You know, she was doing the letters and they had the banter like that. And that did it was like, Oh, boy. But when she's just doing the letter thing, how can you have? How can you not like her in that role? I mean, I understand. Maybe she's not totally a chance. I'm fine with it. I'm fine with her when she's just turning letters. I don't care. It's just when she talks and does those interviews afterwards, and she's you know at the locations. Oh, she just I don't know what it is. She's just not very Did you hear how nobody responded when she said she was going to fill in? He was and I didn't know. How would we monitor that? Oh, is there a studio? Is there an audience? I don't know if there was. Yeah, there was nothing. It was like. Yeah. You never, uh so daughter, Maggie said Sajak mad, Maggie, say Jack will be not turning the letters right? Because yesterday I was corrected. They turn. They don't turn them anymore. They touch you touch them. Yeah. They light up and then they go touch them, and they light up even more. No. Are you a fan of Maggie's? I don't remember. I don't remember her. But I do remember his daughter did do that before so We are going to get to anyone Watch the game last night, The Bucks and Cowboys I some observations. Mark Carmen's going to join us with some observations. Obi will be on the show later, too, because a lot bears fans just seem a little mixed when it comes to expectations for this season. It's like we all want to be excited. We wanted to be good. And yet we're not so sure. Maybe in the back of our heads if it will be Breaking down some of what is to come coming up with Obi and Mark Carmen. Just want to mention this, though, did you hear about this? Chicago was just voted the second most beautiful city in the world. In the world. This is time out, people who travel and visit a lot of cities. It's thousands 27,000 people voted about cities all over the world. And 79% of voters second only to Prague. Prague was number one. Chicago number two said This is just a beautiful, beautiful city. I gotta agree. I've never been to Prague if you've been to Prague Never been there. No, I've heard great things about it, Though. Me, too. It's one of those places. It's always on the list, and then I always go somewhere else. I'm sure but I need to know She's got a lot of time on her hands. As we learned she works like one month a year. That's all the shows in. Makes 10 million. And then she travels for the rest of it. Did you always see your in the in the celebrity magazines on a beach somewhere? Don't Yeah, I was enjoying your life. That's why we're jealous of. Well, That is why I'm jealous. Well, Mary, there might be an opportunity. I don't know. I mean, they only signed till 2023. Let's just see. See if there's you know, See what happens there. Although it seems as if Maggie say Jack is about to jump in to say she looks like she's waiting in the wings does feel that way. It does feel that way. Maybe she'll try out for jeopardy host to I don't know. I don't know There's a lot going on over there. We're going to get to what's going on with the Bears. Your mark Carmen will join us. In just a minute. Here. It's 1 20 It's Friday afternoon, happy.
"maggie" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce
"Hello and welcome to another addition of they. Call us bruce. An unfiltered conversation about what's happening in asia america. I'm phil you. And i'm jeff yang and we are incredibly excited to have on this episode. As a very special guest these star the lead just mind blowing icon behind so much stuff but most recently coming to theaters now. The protege maggie q maggie. Thank you so much for joining us. This is so fun so happy to be here. It is so exciting for us. Because we've been a fan of yours for a while. now you know it's It is just to see you returning to form from you know. I think people forget sometimes that there was a period in our asian american history when we actually did have an asian american woman as the dramatic lead in a kick ass action series matsue. Kita and here you are in the protege basically stepping back into the catsuit as it were just what you like to essentially just kind of put on those comfortable clothes again if it were. Yeah i know funny you know you have this sort of moment where you doubt yourself and you go. Oh my gosh. i'm a little older. And i'm going to jump back in. Nikita was ten years ago and then of course like i started jumping to the choreography in his in five minutes and like. Oh yeah. that's that's why i do this. That's why i love this. That's why this is my genre. It's it was like riding a bike. It was it was really fun and great and exciting to know that i wasn't going to be disappointing. Anyone i think. I think a lot of people associate i mean. It's been a little while like we said it's been a little while since you've done this mode but i think a lot of people still associate you with that with let's say like you kick an s. o. Go watch that you know like i. Also it reminds me of sort of the beginnings of your career. You're part of this. I don't know if people know this but like you're part of this class of americans will actually got their career. Start in asia bruce lee beaming kind of the most famous of that of that kind of career path going back to asia to sort of get a build a career become famous..
"maggie" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"What is your nobody told me lesson. So what is it that nobody told you about poetry or the deeper meaning behind it or or life in general that you wish that they had because it would have helped you figure out life if that's even a thing a little sooner figured it out if you have blood have not figured it out I get one of the things i would say. Nobody told me that. I could make poems from the stuff of my daily life. You know. I think particularly in school i. I really thought that poetry was this thing that sort of happened on high. And you really did have to wait for some sort of like divine inspiration in the you really should be. You know you can't really write poems about like walking your dog around the block like is that really opponent anyone's going to want to read and so one of the things that i think. Experience has taught me. Is that the stuff of life is worthy of being the stuff of literature. And i don't have to have my life over here in one pen and then my work over here in another pen drawing from something else i can. I can merge the to as much as i feel comfortable in that means writing about my kids in writing about my neighborhood and the house. I grew up in You know a dream. I had or whatever the case may be but just allowing myself to be myself fully in my poems That's something. I wish i'd known back then but i think past me would be really delighted to see current. Be doing it maggie. How could people connect with you on social media and the internet Well you know. There's a dame maggie smith so i have to put poet at the end of my name in everything so my website is maggie smith poet dot com and on twitter and instagram. I'm at maggie smith. Poet there also so people can track me down there. Will we thank you so very much for joining us. This has been such a delight to talk with you. We love your work and we just had a fantastic conversation with you so we thank you for sharing your time. We'll thank you some of my best conversations with my own daughter so this this has been a pleasure thank you. Oh wow while..
"maggie" Discussed on Live Happy Now
"Of live happy now last year poet. Maggie smith gave us the book we needed with the bestseller. Keep moving notes on loss creativity and change this year. She's back with a new book. That help us rediscover the magic of living in the moment..
"maggie" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?
"Okay you guys. i can't believe it. I can't believe it. But i was able to get to of the very best neighbors in the biz james and jane who somehow are also the emergency contact to the best dog in the biz maggie james. Thank you to the idea of maggie. Calling us in times of trouble should be fine. Thanks to different now so that listeners can play along maggie. His recently gotten herself an instagram. You tell us what her instagram handle is what kind of dog. she is. really. Take a maggie monster mu full name and maggie is the most important thing about maki. 'cause you're going to see photos of her is that she is a small dog. You're gonna look at photos and say like wow that's a lovely medium sized dog and you'll be wrong to put like something for scale next to her and she's a little thirty. Pound pit bull hybrid. She's mostly pinned mixed with miniature pinscher chihuahua and a bunch of other small dogs a tiny tiny pit bull. I'm like yeah. She looks like a baby. Pit bull forever. I think the oh jeez us to and people are like she's six cardiac permanent puppy on your hands with the attitude of a saint and dissenter. Okay halfway through that description sounded. Well how did you guys come to find maggie. Okay so we were looking. During the w- we wanted during the pandemic. I was like well. I have nothing to live for anymore. So i wanted to wake up for something i wanted to. I want to take care of something so we got really into finding a dog. We we not time love for dogs is additive. We went to. Where did he drive to. Dromey for buddy buddy old woman in line behind us and she was like. Are you here for buddy too. And i was like. We're going we buddy for doing so. We drove because mesa just to see the inside of drunk A rescue in camarillo that was first-come-first-served and we went there. The crack of dawn and maggie was the first dog that we met there and we are looking especially for a mellow dog. A melon smaller ninety was small and mellow. They paired us. Disappear like what is your activity level and be relentless somewhere in between sort of and a kind of like we've got the perfect and they brought this gorgeous little dog. Her name was theresa at the time. My mother theresa. Yeah yeah and we fell in love with her and we took her home and then we a couple of days later took it to the vet and the vet was like hey theresa we renamed by that point. They said theresa has every infection that you've ever heard of in your life so we were like this is easiest ever. She's so mellow life. she doesn't ever. She sleeps all day. Wow this is going to be a lot easier than i thought. Then we got her healthy. She became team. That we have a high energy demon. But she's very helping. Also you guys. But i think that is such a like testing ground out of the gate. You're just like oh oh exactly if you like. Give us examples of the best neighbors ever will there. You go just arts only once. He fell in love. We were like while whatever this dog needs like. We're gonna change now now. We had to match her activity level Sometimes i'll throw we've gotten ways around. It will throw a frisbee back and forth between the two of us and she just so we get to stay stelle gene ask. She's making us better. People one thing that makes maggie really happy is. She's got crushes in the neighborhood on man. I think maybe her number one crush is dot ning up. Really is her on my god. She's see she like weighs on. Her back is coming at it. Wants nothing to do with it. we can't. This is too much for tugboat. Hardly she's a very very strong intense woman. Yeah she knows what for what you want. It's mortifying from my perspective. Just because listen. We're and we're in a dawn of a new age where we want equality. Relationships and tugboat is just making maggie work for.
"maggie" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"And this is here's the thing from iheart radio i'm kerry donahue and this is here's the thing from iheartradio kerry. What are you doing alex. Don't you remember. The staff of the show is going to be hosting episodes from the archives every other week for the rest of the summer. I completely forgot that. Well it's happening. Oh okay well. Best of luck kerry thanks alec. It happens pretty often on this show. But i'm a sucker for when alec talks with other actors two of my favorite interviews. He's done with julianne moore and maggie gyllenhaal. They are both so talented and often take on surprising. Challenging projects alec talked with maggie jilin holland twenty eighteen just after the release of the kindergarten teacher. We'll get into that conversation shortly. Alex conversation with julianne moore took place in two thousand fourteen..
"maggie" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Talk more about galileo now. This is the first time. I've mentioned galileo but at least ten this movie. They're having a wonderful time together. They talk about their past and all of that good stuff and they end up having an amazing dinner to gather. Maggie breaks up with tanner. So that's too bad for him and this this this is this whole thing where he's like i i love you i love. I want to be with you. And he's just like no enough of that now So then he she's hanging out.
"maggie" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast
"We are so lucky to have maggie golf with us. She is the director of member experience. At welcoa she has tons of experience in the workplace wellness arena. Were very lucky to have her here today. And she's going to talk to us about her philosophy on wellness So thank you so much maggie for being here. Oh it's such a pleasure. I always enjoy my conversations with the two of you. Yeah we love talking with you too. So we're we're super happy to have you here and so to kick things off..