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Fresh update on "mariah" discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…
"It's a new series from neon Media called spectacle unscripted history of reality. Tv now. We don't usually like reality. Tv david we spend a lotta time on bought. What i like about spectacle is it takes a more analytical look at the history of reality tv and how it's impacted and culture spent is a documentary series hosted by writer comedian produce mariah smith. Who joined by cost members like queiroz burke chris sapphire from the circle. Us they also have analysis from fans and experts like vultures. Brian moylan or scholar racquel. Gave the talk with everything so they go from like problematic producing to racist casting messed up editing flavor. Let's little listen to a snippet from an episode of spectacle will thus jolly good idea georgia in this episode marine parks. The history of the bachelor genshaft was on the third season of the bachelor given the final rose by andrew firestone shortly after they broke up. Abc chose her as the third bachelorette and from start she felt a give and take relationship with her producers. She remembers bartering with them. For some time with andrew in the fantasy suite alone time off camera it was sort of like if you maybe because each other for a little bit and give us the the shot that we want and then we'll get out of your hair. I was like all right. Let's get you out of here. Because i just want to be with him. Not everybody you.
Fresh update on "mariah" discussed on This Morning With Gordon Deal
"Unit up whether begins something due to make a big cat sandwich. A Roy Rogers. We used big head. It's a youngling beer battered cod fish filet with cheese and tartar sauce on a Kaiser ruled down boys and have a cowboy. And Lord Ashton Uber Eats are available at participating restaurants We have for you this hour. Third woman has come forward to say New York Governor Andrew Cuomo made unwanted sexual advances. President Biden and Democrats in Washington are trying to finalize his coronavirus stimulus package without the minimum wage hike. The Department of Homeland Security says it will try to reunify migrant families inside the U. S. After they were separated under the Trump administration. And where have the students gone during the pandemic? This is happening. In a lot of big cities. We've seen enrollment dropped across the nation in public schools. Ah, lot of that is kids in pre K and kindergarten who never showed up in roles to see if we're not kids that were necessarily in the school system before. It's really happening in a lot of large school district. Mariah beleaguered at the Washington Post on the unprecedented numbers of students who disappeared during the pandemic and school's efforts to find them. Third woman has accused New York Governor.
Fresh update on "mariah" discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"2nd glad you could be with us, And here's what we have for you this hour. Third woman has come forward to say New York Governor Andrew Cuomo made unwanted sexual advances. President Biden and Democrats in Washington are trying to finalize his coronavirus stimulus package without the minimum wage hike. The Department of Homeland Security says it will try to reunify migrant families inside the U. S. After they were separated under the Trump administration and where have the students gone during the pandemic? This is happening in a lot of big cities. We've seen enrollment dropped across the nation in public schools. Ah, lot of that is kids in pre K in kindergarten who never showed up 10 rolls sees. We're not kids that were necessarily in the school system before. It's really happening in a lot of large school district's Mariah bowling it at the Washington Post on the unprecedented numbers of students who disappeared during the pandemic. And school's efforts to find them. Third woman has accused New.
Fresh update on "mariah" discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)
"And medicine balls from the relapse album teams. Need i remind. Oh oh that's good. That eminem made fun of a dead white man who was trying to change the world through science. Not as good but a black man. Does your own block march. I don't understand because half your side as actually whites and that's okay. Eminem has been ripped in the box out of debt people for years. My friend barzan ing. Good ole my word. So so so. We're making excuses now because eminem is white. It's always your own do it to you. Ladies and gentlemen. It's always going to do it to you latest german. I i want you guys. To know wasn't a hole in eminem's author hole on dead people report. How can you repre hold. The someone is dead right. I'm pretty sure he did so for the people that john properly. This is argument. Let's see if you agree. Tino is saying that eminem is what is. Low summers lyrics is sort of a comedic rapa. I never take it serious well. He didn't say that but he said i. Suppose the meek mill be more gangster do it. So is it more acceptable for a comedic robert of sadia ship as opposed to a white man. Thuggish lock my head. So what would you not. i'm Prince was from annapolis or three episodes of slave. He said yeah. He's the one that won the the amazon gift card. Actually correct he said. Would you feel more cool. If denzel washington cloud on somebody my favorite actor. I suppose the kevin hi clown somebody. And i guess that's the point. I said you know kevin out guess. Out of all of this record with mariah carey is mama mama Lifts.
Science FAIL! Why it's good to do
"We've all made mistakes right. But sometimes i can make us fundamentally confront who we are and who we want to bay beck in twenty four eighteen neuroscientist. Dr been to has had a damn good reason to be excited. It was it was such a shalit's basically there was years of work at prestigious scientific journal current biology had just accepted a paper by humidity supervisors based on his phd project but not without rigorous peer review. I of course reviews as good and tough questions and lots of extra analyses. I did when finally the email arrived and said yes. The paper is accepted. it was just. It was a very happy moment. A piper in a high impact journal. That's a big deal for. Young scientist then investigates how we perceive the world visually. So as your brain stitches together sane in front of you what you see is rematch spatially. Onto a part of your cortex at wrinkly atalaya of brian. So if you think of the cortex is old crumbled up that if you would flatten it out like a sheet could see on this flat surface neighboring points on the critical surf representing neighboring points in the visual field in the scene in front of us then put people in an mariah scanner to see what happened to the map when he distracted them using different visual cues. He came up with a k. For design for study and think we scan a total of twenty seven people which was at the time by far the largest study using this type of method and the method was kind of knew. He said there was a lot to figure out. It was computational so there were some analyses that literally took weeks every weekend machine would run through that stuff when it crashed it would send me an email which is a dangerous thing to do because when you get an e mail on sunday saying oh your coaches crashed in your very tempted to go back to the office and start to fix it. That lots of careful data crunching and analysis lighter and he'd found something significant and surprising this aspect of the brain of the visual brain which part of the scene a given neuronal population of marin response to seem to be more malleable than we thought and it was surprising that it seemed to change with attention. Just through your attending a given power to seen more than an condition. There's a lot to this week but the shorter the long of it is. This was a robust finding worthy of journal. So fast four now to six years later it's june twenty twenty and bins running his lab and tame remotely in the middle of a pandemic lockdown in germany. He's home is three. Kids is a lot going on right and he gets an email. I received that email. And i have to say at i. If i'm honest i i. Wasn't that worried that something was wrong. Really wrong only been didn't understand what yet and he would have to make a career defining choice about what to do next today on science fiction. Something we can all relate to filing and why it's good to do especially in science but also wants wrapped up in a whole lot of stigma and shame again especially in science you know great successes are trumpeted and things. That are not successes. You don't want people to know about however failure is so normal to the day to day working of science we need to move towards a culture where we are actively embracing failure. We all know that air is human and assigned as you know we have to ask why and behalf to ask how and way we fe often leads to the next question we are asking and so does this theory much part of scientific process. It's very great suits of inspiration in many ways the into no signs. That's not the way it looks and sounds in science when a journal pulls or retracts a paper the stuff of nightmares for scientists. But he's angst about scientific integrity scandals scaring scientists away from talking more openly about making mistakes back to that email bend has received at the uselessly. Big university in giessen. It was from susanna stole. Who is doing pay at university college. London under the supervision of professor sam schwarzkopf. Now sam had been a post doc in the lab been had done his pitch in and susanna was building on original. Study when i first read and paper thought. The design. They've chosen was really beautiful and was impressed. Ben included a very extensive stepney mandatory material conducting analyses infect around thirty pages of supplementary data for just a two page paper. Susannah was impressed with half farah was but then she went to do her on experiments and she noticed something odd she was getting. The same results has been even with different experimental conditions. And that shouldn't be high s-. I really had no clue
Cavs' Sexton outplays Irving, shreds Nets in double OT
"All right. Let's do the nets again. That was the big story last night. Is the debut of the big three in cleveland and they did dig out of a big fourth quarter whole force overtime. A cold shooting night for common sexton for a while but he caught fire just in time for the cavaliers you in the sex up. Top played by irving left side. Get's off three and it's scottie ties the game with what port two seconds remaining and the nets us a time out. The game is even at one. Twenty seven chris. Green here the fan that force double. Yeah that's whatever was saying as he had to stand for another five minutes of that game between the nets and the cavs and then sexton from there really went off scoring fifteen of his game. High forty two points in the second extra session cavs went going away. One forty seven one. Thirty five as brooklyn's winning streak comes to an end durant irving and hardened combined for ninety six points. Twenty four rebounds twenty three assists play combined one hundred and forty nine minutes last night huge numbers obviously but it all adds up to a loss still durant came away feeling excited for perfect for lawn together which i guess should be the new mantra for the nets. The rest of the way little shades of mariah carey fell right. I felt perfect long together. Joining together is going to be fine. You know tougher. Star especially up and down game force. But i no playing with kevin durant james harden just those names along right now. We're having some fun
Fear of God Leads to Faith in God (Genesis 22:12)
"Genesis chapter twenty two verse twelve. God said do not lay your hand on the boy or do anything to him for now. I know that you fear. God seeing you of not withheld your son. Your only son for me. These are god's words to abraham as he was willing to sacrifice his son and obedience to god got it said in the very beginning of genesis chapter. Twenty two verse to take your son your only son. Isaac even the emphasis there on. This is the promised son. Your only son take him whom you love go to land of mariah an offer him there as a burnt offering on one of the mountains of which i shall tell you the very next verse. Says abraham rose early in the morning and did exactly what god said and he went with his son isaac to this altar. He laid him on. Top of the wood reached out. His hand took the knife to slaughter son. That's what i ten says. Immediately verse eleven says the angel lord called him from heaven instead abraham abraham and then we have the verse that destroyed verse twenty. Do not lay your hand on the boy or do anything to him for now. I know that you fear. God seeing you have not withheld your son your only son from me so think about it. What verse twelve clearly teaches us. Is that fearing god. Leads to faith in god. Trust in god with that which is most precious to us. We say that one more time. Fear of god leads to faith in god. Trust in god with that which is most precious to us all throughout this chapter abraham had said god will provide a sacrifice and we know based on james chapter two. That's exactly what this chapter is about in genesis. Twenty two when. James is talking about the relationship between faith and works. James writes in james. Two twenty one was not abraham our father justified by works when he offered up his son isaac on the altar. You see that faith was active along with. His works and faith was completed by his works and the scripture was fulfilled. That says abraham believed god and it was counted to him as righteousness and he was called a friend of god. Put this all together. Fear of god leads to faith in god. Trust in god with that which is most precious to us. And it's in fearing god. Like this and trusting god like this that we experienced the depths of friendship with god Don't you want all of these things in your life today. Fear of god alone. Not fear of man or fear of anything in this world. The leads to faith in god. Trust in god with every thing in your life every facet of your life your life itself and everything that is most precious to you in it. You can trust god with fear. God faith in god and a depth of friendship with god not just friendship with any person. This world is wonderful as that is we're talking about friendship with the creator god of this world So we pray. God we want these things in our lives we know that abraham though not perfect in a variety of ways is shown here as a picture of the kind of faith that we want the father of our faith in many ways in so i pray for my life and pray for all those who are listening right now we pray that you would give us a fear of you that leads to fear of nothing else no one else in this world a fear of you reverence for you all of you worship of you leads to faith in you can trust in god. We pray that you'd help us to trust in you with all our heart with everything we have. We trust you with our lives. We trust you with our families would trust you with our futures. We trust you with everything we have. You are infinitely worthy of all of our trust. You are faithful in every way so we put all of our faith in. You gotta help us not to hold anything back. Help us not to have any area of our life where we withhold trust from you gotta pray for fear of you faith in you and in the process got we say we want to experience the depths of friendship with you even today. God i just pray this over everyone listening right now. No matter what they are doing today. Tomorrow god help them to do it. Infringed ship with you. Tell them to walk in close relationship with you. Gotta help us to experience the fullness of what you've made possible for us in sending your son your only son jesus to die on a cross for
Nick Cannon and Brittany Bell announce the arrival of baby Powerful Queen
"Got one of the best gifts of all a baby. Welcome back, everyone. It's Jason and Alexis in the morning on Alexis Dawn Grant all hanging out with you this morning, Jason and Kenny both off today. They can is a dad for the fourth time. That's cool. It is cool. He's has twins. Of course, of course with Mariah Carey there nine years old, now Moroccan and Monroe. He has a boy with Britney Belle, who's also the mom of this new baby, too. Ah, there's second. His his son is with her the first baby together his named Golden Golden. Okay, golden Cannon, huh? Which, okay and then, um, she just be really pause. Give you a really good or Wow. Um And then now she just gave birth to a baby girl. Her name is powerful Queen Cannon. Powerful queen. Yeah, Yeah. Wow! What do you think now is I wonder if the middle name is queen. Oh, on our power, old. Yeah, they don't really say. Okay, maybe powerful queen. It could just be like, you know. Or power, Joe Cannon. You know, you've got a golden cannon and a powerful cannon, golden and powerful cannon. Yeah, it's my problem. It's fine. You know celebrities do this. Yeah, that's true. What if you are somebody who's named after something like that, And you don't feel powerful, right? Like you something You don't like Queen or powerful. You feel like, um, a week. Servant? Yeah, the jester Or just like, all right, Or are you setting yourself up for someone being a brat? I mean, If they're like, I don't get what I want. I'm powerful queen. All right, calm down. Oh, gosh. To imagine the third person with that I'm powerful queen. Oh, yes, you are. You are. I don't mind the names like this. If you want to do it, by all means, but at least give like a middle name or a name in there. That's somewhat I don't want to say normal. It's a bad word here so that if the kid chooses down the road to not want to be powerful, they could be. You know, Lynn or whatever. If that's your middle name, Whatever. Just something in there that gives the kid the option to like. Hey, Mom, I think Maybe I'll take this powerful identity on when I'm a little more, You know, maybe really powerful queen to Queen. Yes, quick we can in. Well Oh, that sounds worse. Dad. I just quit work. Yes. Oh, well. Did he try to help her out there? God, no, That's true, Right? Okay. What? What else can you write? Shorten that too? Yeah, Power cannon. I don't know. But I guess she had a very intense empowering natural water birth. Oh, so Nick mentioned that to smell so Yeah, that's great. Wow. Yeah,
Mariah Carey’s Love For Christmas Is Rooted in Her Troubled Childhood
"Outside of mrs claus herself. You'll be hard pressed to find a female star more closely associated with christmas than mariah carey. She is responsible for the best selling christmas song ever by female artists. All i want for christmas is she's released two holiday albums overall mariah carey's magical christmas special recently debuted as well but in a new interview with l. mariah reveals that her with christmas as an adult stems from the challenges. She faced on the holidays. A kid she tells magazine. I think it's just that longing that i had as a child that i always wanted things to be perfect for the holidays and they never were. It was always somebody ruining the moment. Dysfunctional family members who came around. And so it just made a pact with myself that i wasn't going allow that to happen anymore. I created christmas. But i wanted to have right. Carey's magical christmas special streaming on tv plus
Mariah Carey Sounds Off On Look-Alike Christmas Ornament: 'Not Approved'
"A fan got to see a fan made an ornament of mariah carey. She said that it was not approved. Like the way that it looked timid. Mariah is always mariah awesome. No but she's she's notoriously bad about like you know she has a good side and he When we were. Christmas is her time. So you can't come with some wackle ornament telling you it looks like mariah carey when we were in vegas. At the i heard festival. She had like snapchat filter on her body being project. So like you saw her in person. She looks one way and then on the screens. She was being instagram for instagram versus instagram. Reality skinny on the dating apps reality on french. Radio dot com
Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas Is You' returns to No. 1 on U.S. charts
"That are streaming across the country now. Yeah, All right, According to Billboard, Mariah Carey's Christmas it all I want for Christmas Is you his number one for the second straight week. 29 Holiday songs are on the Billboard Hot 100 chart
Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas Is You' returns to No. 1 on U.S. charts
"1994 Holiday anthem is back at the top of the hot 100 chart almost a year to the day after it reached number one for the very first time and became the first top Christmas song Since the Chipmunks scored 60 years ago, Carrie is thanking fans for the 812 million streams this season. In a tweet, she says she doesn't want a lot for Christmas. Just a bit more joy. And holiday spirit for all, especially this year. Deborah Rodriguez CBS NEWS How about a
"mariah" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"The thing i keep thinking about as i thought about this whole mc moment is a quote variety shared in an interview Inning of the whole kickoff for this press tour. She's talking. To allison p davis. I believe for new york magazine and she made mention of how like her writing. This book is her ability to actually able to reflect on her career. And a wave. At like whitney michael prints were not able to just as somebody who liked reds about things talks about black culture so much to have artists of this level share so much and reflect so intimately i just think about what an archival gift it really is and how there are so. Many of our brightest artists and musicians didn't get that opportunity or didn't live to see that opportunity awarded that paternity. You know obviously this moment is really fun. I baby more than a lot of people are really excited at the prospect of like mariah j. Had arianna christmas. But i think that the impact of this moment with her mars is gonna live far beyond this moment and i'm excited to see how her circling back and doing something like this. Having this full circle moment with her career. I'm excited to see how that affects the way that other black musicians eventually reflect on their songbook in the future. So i think that's probably the perfect note to end on. Well we want to know what you think about. Herreid harry and tell us your favorite songs you can find us at facebook dot com slash p. c. h. h and on twitter at p. c. h. h and that brings us to the end of our show rich and britney thank you so much for being here darlings and of course thank you for listening to pop culture. Happy hour from npr. And we'll see you all tomorrow. Let's be honest. this year has been hard from covid. Nineteen to the presidential election. So much of our energy is spent just getting through the day. Join us for a new season of the story. Core podcast from npr to hear conversations from people who have faced challenges come out on the other side learned some meaningful lessons along the way this message comes from npr sponsor vs esp individual plans. This year has us all wanting to be healthier. That includes our i health. But how do you get vision coverage if you're retiring. Vs esp division coverage. many people get through work offers. Individual vision plans enroll anytime on any device and start using your benefits the same day you don't need to be an employee to employee level vision coverage visit. Vets p direct dot com today..
"mariah" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
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"mariah" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"That thong. I love it because it's just such an incredible song. It works both as a pop song and a gospel saw. Because lyrically really seems to me like it's coming down to a choice between survival and surrender which is a theme in love songs. It's also a theme in any sort of spiritual music and you hear mariah's god-given voice which at times sounds sultry in the song but it's still kinda feels kinda right. It's like she sounds sexy. Which is talking to jesus but like so like mariah like a nutshell for me. It really shows and makes clear that mariah is a singer in the black. R&b tradition even another song on that album circles. That was something where she mentioned in the book. She's like i wanna make song. That sounds like something that aretha would have wanted to record. Interestingly enough one. Of my first associations with ron carey was through aretha franklin from the first broadcast of divas live last night each one and a camera with something i think it might have been chain of fools that had mariah saying with her know. I grew up seeing mariah in jet magazine every week and also owns monthly in ebony and so i always associated her with blackness and black music but when i hear fly like a bird i listen to like the themes which are very in line with gospel music surviving and surrendering your will to the lord. That is in line with so much of the gospel. Music tradition that traditional aren became out of that we know that mariah has mastered pop or pop and be are in be in hip hop collaboration. But i think that was the first time i really felt like okay. Mariah singing gospel that has waves. And it really solidified for me. The fact that she you know has a rightful place in a grand tradition of black recording artists in black divas at that level. But it's also a song that has meant a lot to me over the years and something that i've turned to honestly i've turned to it throughout this pandemic being locked up at home so yeah i think that like that song for me is one of the moments where i really see how mariah is a master at so many different genres. Yeah rich do you have thoughts on fly like a bird. I love fly like a bird. I love emancipation of mimi as well. I think there is sort of a musical theme on that album of this sort of full band sound. It's a very sort of ipod era album in that. It does a lot of things and has a lot of producers but one of the threads that ties it all together is heard in fly like a bird as well as circles and Mine again and if only you knew this sort of like seventies soul sound with the band. And i think that's a great look for her. I mean i don't know what the album would have been like if it were all like that. It probably wouldn't have been as commercially viable as it came. But it would be interesting to hear her do something like that because as divas get older it becomes harder and harder to figure out what to do with your career mariah less so because if she had to could sing standards i think but still it's like how do you mature and stay relevant in an age. Est institution really really difficult demands. A patient of mimi was a good indication of how one might start doing that. That's a perfect segue into the song. That i think really solidified her staying power and that is we belong together. Which is interesting. Because when i was looking at the reviews of the album when it came out the way in which people talked about it. You know when emancipation came out it was after glitter had flopped. It was after charm bracelet or ninth studio album pretty much underperformed received separate reviews and it was also after her quote unquote meltdown on trl which she describes in detail in the book and basically blames carson daly for not playing wrong. It was funny to hear her talk about how it was like. She says quote. It was a stunt gone awry. It wasn't my fault. I wasn't crazy so after all of bet. She was down for the count. According to critics and everyone thought her career was over and with a manson patient. The when we talked about it they were like. Oh well she's going back a little bit more to her roots going to heavy on the hip hop even though on this album. She has. You've dog ferrall. She's still working with jamaica. Pre like there's all of these similar tools that she's working with bet she's worked with on previous albums and so they talk about it as if It's sort of this. It's an ms patient but it's also rebirth for her. I had forgotten that the song was basically the song of the summer. Like it was number one for fourteen weeks straight and it's a weird song of the summer to think about because usually when you think of these things it's usually upbeat song and i feel like it preceded like more recent years or we have like sad drake songs being number one. It's very much a valley just like a power ballot the best form. There is an interesting piece from california and a in the new york times at the time where he talked about how. She has reestablish herself as a neo. Disco diva while subtly updating her approach and that part of the reason why he thought that this song is a song of the summer is because she's mixing her lyricism in the win which she pronounces these lyrics. It's sort of hip hop inflected. Actually let's.
"mariah" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
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Now if you follow mariah carey on social media you are well aware of her hashtag mc thirty campaign a celebration of thirty years in the music business. In recent months she's brought previously unreleased music from the vault and reissued a bunch of albums and vinyl for diehard fans. She's also released a memoir and audio book. The meaning of mariah carey which provides detailed backstories for beloved songs like the fantasy remix featuring older. You bastard is one of my personal favorites and of course. It's that time of year again. When all i want for christmas is you is basically inescapable. She even has a christmas special but just dropped on apple. Tv so we figured it's a good time to dive into all things mariah carey and reflect on her impressive career by examining a few tracks from her deep catalog. Now i i want to start off with finding out where we the three of us are all coming from when it comes to our respective appreciations firm mariah carey britney. Is there a specific song or album that you think converted you into becoming mariah carey fan. I don't know if i ever became a riot carry fan. I think i was born into it like her. First album came out when i was probably toddlers something like that and then the emotions. Music box daydream. Butterfly run. even through rainbow was like my whole girlhood. Select my whole. Girlhood was kind of defined by reich area. She had songs that we're seeing cars. My parents like emotions but also like hero or a all like some of my first memories of soda to get middle school dances. We're liked those song. Emancipation of mimi. That came out when the euro graduate from high school. And start college me too. I mean like all so much of my young heartbreakers defined by look even listening to mariah carey songs again. The strength to love again now so exciting to kind of be able to see her as like chile the fifty year old woman that she is and also be able to sort of understand her an adult level and like really processing so many things that she went through that she's finally being more open about mariah is was witney janet to me growing up like she was just on the radio she was always in the air and i couldn't extricate her musical influence from my life. I think you and i had very similar trajectory i will. I will elaborate on that in a minute rich for you. I know that you told our producer. Mike piazza beforehand that. You didn't actually come to really get into my career. Find her interesting at least until the cracks in her public image began to show. Can you say more about that. Yeah of course i mean. I paid attention to her. From the beginning. I remember vision of love coming on the radio. Not knowing who she was thinking it was whitney houston song. Because they're tones were similar and it was really hard to untangle initially. You know. I'm older than both of you. So i was like probably ten eleven. When she debuted. I liked her because i like pop music period. She was just in the ether so much so that it was kind of saturated with mariah carey just album after in the nineties. Hit after hit you know and it was really easy to look at her. As sort of an inevitability and i think part of the reason why maybe the critical response wasn't there initially and so she's sort of this workhorse. This chart statistic constantly racking up these numbers and it wasn't until glitter that there was any sense of creative humanity. Let's say this idea that she actually could release something. That was imperfect not accepted by the wider public. That had never happened to her before. And all of a sudden she becomes that much more interesting to me. You know i do have a taste for sort of camp. And i knew going into glitter that it really could deliver on that level but i think it colored her in in a way that hadn't been previously because she was sort of this image of perfection for so long the cracks start to show. Now we have a human here to work with an all of a sudden. She's that much more fascinating. Yeah and i think also just her music i mean. Obviously even butterfly preceded the public cracks showing but butterfly. She talks about in the book. Being a very transitional period for herself. And we'll talk a little bit more about that but for me. I also very much appreciated when things got more specific when it came to her music. Like you britney. I probably remember mariah. From as long as i could sentient. My mother definitely bought the first three cassettes of her studio albums. And then i remember daydream. Just being my baby and fantasy being on the radio all the time like it was just an inescapable. The same way that like hooting. The blowfish were capable at the same time. It's like those two songs and the first album that i bought myself or rather quote unquote. My mom gave me money to buy. What's my own was butterfly. And i remember listening to break down over and over and over on repeat. The song does with bone thugs and harmony. Crazy bone and wishbone and wishbone. Yeah was like the other day. And it's probably still like my top five of her songs and rainbow was also a defining moment for me so she is also on the same level as janet for me and i just love her and i really enjoyed this book a lot especially listening to the audio book the meaning of mariah carey because it was just great to hear her voice in here her. Talk about a lot of these songs. I already loved and really dig into those. So let's actually dig into one of the songs rich. You chose the roof. And i think what's interesting about this in the book especially as how specific she gets about the background of that song and the way in which it's sort of marked a turning point in her career especially as an arm b artist's having been primarily defined by being a pop artists. While you know marrying tommy mottola and being under his control at that time. Talk a little bit about what the roof means to you. And sort of the way in which it.
Mariah Carey Excited About The Release Of The Crown Season 4
"Never actually endorses anything except for herself as we all know. But the crown Netflix actually sent her a promotional box of it looks like there's liquor in there, and I have a little video of her unboxing that gift. It's all about Margaret Thatcher and promoting Season four of the crown. Look at this. It's the crown, okay? So it's like the red box where the queen or the king gets the red box and I'm excited. They sent this to me. Thank you so much. Look what? Look at the attention to detail. I don't even know what he thinks is real. This is a moment. This is what they sent. In honor of season four. We wish to offer a rare glimpse into the iron Lady herself, Margaret Thatcher. This'll get edited. I know Look at this secret surprise of the Margaret Thatcher. Situation. Listen, I don't know what to say. If you haven't watched the crown, you are missing out. Go What Season one. Watch it through now. I don't even do this happy thing. I never do this. It's the best. I can't wait also. So good to see that she's really excited about the crown on you know who else is excited guys along with
Mariah Carey Sets ‘Magical Christmas Special’, Featuring Ariana Grande & More
"Carey and arianna grandy argon collaborate. On some sort of christmas christmas things were inching closer and closer towards the holiday season. When you think. Christmas come on after santa. You think mariah carey we have to. She's got a new holiday special. And she's got some great performance in it including ariana grande dame jennifer. Hudson snoop dogg or. That's going to be fun. It adds on december four th on apple tv also to guest stars include tiffany haddish also to her two twins against make an
"mariah" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"It's time to dig into it. Have you got your big mirage shape. Shovel is a shovel. The bottom part. That's juries that the stake is one of the whole thing skinny legend deep digging and has a week on several with a wig. The newsroom legal costs. This is going to be dealing with some very serious topics. Wakes up the authority on that. It's that we finally cracked into it yet. Hot one way would child first chapter and intention intention. Now i love that. They see literal giving us the reason watch. She's riding the bullet. So it's it's kind of Yeah you. I mean this is the thing with memoir from my from my University studies of body my memoir fragment creative nonfiction. Is that you kind of you know. You can't just go out. Here's a bunch of things. I remember you kind of have to go into it with any intention and you know this is basically the first you know if you're riding in two thousand five hundred sl. This'll be paragraph one. But she's got a whole book to fill so let's make it a chapter absolutely something two pages but it's a whole whole chapter of now. Of course. I listened to the audio book this week. And adam rate i rate text how was how was the the this making. I've i've got. Now what i should say is is obviously the intention really februar- i was introducing us to little mariah. Yes and what she said. This is a question. My intention was to keep her safe but perhaps i have only succeeded in keeping prisoner. The audiobook i wanted. You wanted prison the prison. I wanted out into would a prisoner that show but i will say i do love the already eden the self references just seen every everything everything is the meaning of mariah carey is mariah carey. I think we're gonna to the point when she saw talking about little more. I if we got glimpses of early in the career and she just started listing off the music video. Like what happens on a roll to sell sort of you know over the top and hands on with her career and the images in the visual stuff and like a point in fact is watching the making of the beautiful film clip where she's obviously being told what to do by director and then going. She doesn't know that direct so. Yeah i kind of get the the fact that she's saint looking back over her career basically at this point and going. Oh that was the child trying to get out. That was the nhl trying to get out. That was the a child trying to get out and she has suppressed it all this time and yeah. I mean a pretty much feeling. I know i've said this a lot on the way through. But i feel like she's done nothing but in a child we merapi. She's done which maybe she needed to do to have kids. Maybe you know. We went through a couple of miscarriages. And maybe that was something she's like. Why is this sorry distressing to me and yet maybe this is. This is the the wonderful product we've got on the other side of it. I'm just imagining walking into a therapist office sitting down and the therapist thing. What would you like to talk about today. Mariah my childhood and she'd like mariah we have done every day. Nine thousand nine years plays get pasta. Offer mariah being carefully arranged on a therapist's couch. She arrives before office. I'm having and it's really distressing me. She's the world's who could thera- pies aren't reports.
"mariah" Discussed on The Gays Are Revolting
"On into mullins. Not only it's high for us to finally start at deep dive into the meaning of miraculous. But it's also time to get fair. Steve has officially announced. That christmas is on its way meaning. We can legally krakow hits you christmas albums and listen to them on. Repeat every day without the of mariah iraq. That that it's a legal situation very dollars. Mariah has also decided against becoming a ballot counter in the us. Sadly you in in las vegas. It's like they're slow enough in nevada. The last thing you want is having to put on a full face to do the nine county again. Everything's twelve and sadly the meaning of mariah carey was not erected the president of the united states. But i do have it on good authority that she will be lady. The secret service. Excellence leave and chasing car. The book on on the on the water. The jets chasing them down now craig. David has posted a video of him singing along to always be my baby and mariah has pretended to know about being high leading with often does and lost at the law sleep. Mariah's children try to scare her on halloween. And now they're up for adoption can pick yourself out of mai-mai's damn babies anytime this week. Dem that will scare you. I'm scared of the more. That is each his awesome brave another. We've got other things to talk about. Exactly what my season as. I said before recording. I am now carry. Yes you are doing the.
Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas Is You' Surges in Streams on Nov. 1
"Christmas is you has Zio sir. It's her day, guys. We got it had to be getting and she was living up to it as of November 1st dreams of her song. Immediately started surging on Sunday and Monday. It was streamed 1.14 million times in the US That is up 160% from the 750,000 clicks a gat in October on the 30th and 31st, so people are ready for some Christmas. That's awesome. I'm ready
Long lines, enthusiasm but no major problems as US votes
"The White House racy is wrapping up with what's likely to be a record number of ballots cast around one hundred two million Americans voted early roughly three quarters of the total ballots cast in the entire twenty sixteen race among those who had the polls today in Iowa John Pender who voted for president trump does president ever Kathy rating is a Democrat but also voted for the president got a better head on his shoulders the mind goes into an ocean Wisconsin Jason Beck voted for the president four years ago that was a big mistake and is backing Joe Biden this time as he is Mariah foster who blames the president for mishandling the virus pandemic it's still getting worse it's not getting better officials have warned counting ballots could take days this year because so many were mailed in Sager mag ani Washington
California Judge Orders San Jose Church to Stop Indoor Services Amid Pandemic
"Judge has ordered a San Jose church to stop holding weekly indoor services for hundreds of people. A judge yesterday granted Santa Clara County officials of restraining order against Calvary Chapel San Jose and Pastor Mike McClure. County officials last week filed for the restraining order against the church and McClure over the weekly services that attract about 600 people who don't wear masks or social distance church attorney Mariah Gone. Darrow called the ruling disappointing.
La Habra Heights church SE of Los Angeles sues city, accuses it of harassment over noise issues
"Pentecostal church. The suit claims the city is violating the church's constitutional rights during the pandemic, including some hefty fines they should now To think $3000 Mariah Gandhi Arrow is the church's attorney. She's with the Freedom Foundation, she says. The pastor of World Aflame Tabernacle Church followed the law when he started holding socially distance services outdoors and now the church must take legal action because their actions are infringing on their constitutional right to freedom, Assembly, freedom of speech and stability to practice one religion. In a statement, Okay, annexed the city manager of La Habra Heights set in part, The city is not currently asking the organization to cease its activities. However, the city continues to ask that the organization maintain appropriate noise levels. Chris Eden's keychain Next 10 70 News Radio, the Los
"mariah" Discussed on Popcast
"I wrote like maybe you're not maybe you forgot I even just wrote a book. It's like it's literally a book. It's all in their heavy sent you the PD you have the book. And so I think what she wanted out of the interview. was I guess sort of like a companion piece right? Like a a glimpse into what it felt like to be somebody who? had been saying some of the stuff the whole time, but also was like really putting out a new version of herself and like a new depth, her her trauma in her experience and she was nervous and I, think she wanted to like let people know that like, yes, the memoirs spine and it's like it's can be itchy can be all the things that we expect from Mariah as a pop star in a diva. But like this was a big step for her to like this out there and that she had like still had a lot of emotion surrounded so she couldn't write. Memoir she was like, I'm very nervous to be telling you this and I think she wanted people to see those nerves payer. We haven't played any music. Let's just play an early Mariah song that was very meaningful to me as a young person. Let's listen to a little bit of I. Don't WanNa, cry..
"mariah" Discussed on Popcast
"That's big down on twitter. We're going to put that on twitter is going to be. For sure. Okay. So you had negotiations done for you, which is a thing that obviously happens sometimes it big celebrity interviews access on. So forth, you know you come in cold you're just like who me I don't know anything that happened before this exact moment, right? If somebody pissed you off, it's not me. Forty cents. Have they. Greet you WanNa, do you perceive? Well, it was really strange because of Kobe and this is my first in person interview since March. So I had an antibody. So I had like my documentation that and then had did you have? I did yeah in in in March. So sorry Oh you know it was pretty mild for me. Thank you. So I had my antibody documentation. I got tested again closer to the date and then I, had to find. A testing location that would get me my results in like a timeframe that what makes them feel secure but also was like fast enough. She has someone that's A. immuno-compromised in her sort of bubble. So I think that everyone was nervous about and they hadn't had any outsiders since like everyone's margin. So everyone was very wary but when I got there, it was like they were so happy to have a new person. So like you know Mariah was off doing her mariah thing and on the phone or on Zoom, which now has been revealed with this Apple Crisp special sort of plotting all of the. The big stuff she's doing, and then it was just me and her team, which is her close friends like the people that she's she rolls with the most you know her tour manager, her house manager, her makeup artist, they're all. Happy. To have a new souls, there's lots of conversation in they really did make me cookies about me asking and like. It was great I kept joking like I'm not going to leave and I think I made the joke. So many times that they were like, please make sure she leaves. Yes literally like. We're GONNA, lever in like some other room just to be like, Hey, we'll be right back and then someone else will like escort her from the prices. Exactly. But it was weird like walking up this huge driveway upstate New York with my mask on and it was it was late because it was like you know pass ten and. She's in Bedford. Yeah right and do you feel like entourage's Alzheimer's take on different rhythms? Every celebrity andrade just kind of its own. There are some that are kind of extraordinarily protective of their center of their hero of their of the boss and there are some that are kind of like it's familial. Where did this kind of fall on that spectrum? Did you live? I think familial super familial in the way that like they would let little like anecdotes or like talkable should about Mariah and looking good natured way without realizing that like, Oh, no, we're like we're the entourage and this is the. Once you sort of in the orbit like you're part of the family and they all sort of it was it was cute I really liked the especially like I've been isolated for so long it was very nice to be like all my new friends. Serpent. So good over the years. Mariah as an interview subject I feel like has been alternately pretty transparent but on the other hand, like kind of like almost a theatrically icy in some instances and obviously like in a weird way, there is not a lot of like long form narrative journalism about Mariah. Carey which I think is like speaks ill of like. Say The music press in the nineties thousands but you know we can punt that for another conversation. Sometimes, she is especially when it came to like you know TB, interviews or red carpeting abuse like she's like sometimes just like very laser you know the very famous I don't know her moment. So and so forth like Mariah's like giving you this rich character sometimes in interview type settings. Did it take a while in your interaction with her to get her to warm to not be that or was she coming in the door knowing what she needed, what she wanted to give you like what was the energy like when she came in? Well, one thing that wasn't in the pieces because I already used too many words and the scenes novel thing. And the scene in in real life just overshadowed things but we have like a pretty lengthy zoom call maybe three or four days before I went to the house before they gonNA. Let me come to the house. We just started on zoom and I think because we already sort of established a report and because. A lot of what I was told from her team about zoom call was like this is just for her to feel like she can trust you and she feels really vulnerable about this book and so just like come in and like letter letter talk about talk about which is what I would have done anyway. But it was still good advice. You know that she was nervous suppose course and also it's worth noting and not to be all process he about. Like this I, feel like I've done a version of this from time to time and I it definitely different people function differently as far as what their comfort levels are. But I do find in the Times where I've done a version of what you're describing it invariably makes the actual thing go more smoothly. Yes. Yes. It would have been a lot harder to sort of warm her up. It sounds so perverted if I hadn't had that like establishing zoom was a great season into itself like I wish I could have included some of that like she really went full full tilt with the lighting you know. Great. Ride. Knows her angles in her best lighting. We do. You think she has one of those crazy ring lights and she had it like setup over the over the laptop screen Khanabad. Mariah. She's so self aware. She knew she was going to tell me that. So like she she was very clear like, yes this is where all my lighting is. He call this zoom room it was like of. Atrium OUGHTA. Zoom. Room Zoom. Dot as cools in Iraq and room I suppose. I should. I can't believe I didn't import a carpet from our cash for this for this episode I really like I'm slipping I, should've limping. Says to me as well real Roku. And the funniest part was that she had some project or put the zoom screen up on a big television. So she could see me kind of like. I guess but this room was all windows. So I could see the reflection of me on zoom. And I was like, so trippy to be like looking at her like watching my giant heads reflected in the windows behind her head and. I'm so glad that was not the only thing i. Have a screen grab of after Your Archives of course. Sure sometimes, in the moment, you can forget to grab the I'm just. Okay. Good. So she came in you you already kind of grease the wheels a little bit. You know I read the book I wrote about the Book I found the book I log on the very moving. Especially, the first half found it very very moving and I found it really encouraging and really nourishing, and I also thought the book pulled off this kind of unusual memoir trick that I, it's a lottery and I try not to read too many members most numbers are bad at this. Where it somehow manages to sound spoken and written at the same time like memoirs are like just so loose they are kind of like this draft, the drag because I'm just just hammering or they're so written. It's just clear that like someone zapped for three hours of interviews and then somebody else like that. It shouldn't the three hundred pages. This book is like very. Much achieves the best of both is the CO writer, Michaela Davis I thought that I really really sharp job. Did you feel like Mariah wanted to do the same thing with you that she was doing in the book? Did she see this is an opportunity to kind of extend the narrative what's in the book or do you feel like she was using the slightly different? I feel like she was using it in a slightly different way. I think what I like love about Mariah is she has no qualms saying I've said that before or like that was on a page fifty two of the book. So like if I would ask the question that wasn't furthering that conversation, she was like please referred to as okay. Shit thank you. Yes I I will do that..
Youth Climate Leaders helps young people build careers as climate leaders
"Calcium Araya's has an ambitious goal to empower one million youth to lead on climate change. Huge number of young people worldwide. Now that they are aware and care about climate change, they want to know what they can do about it how to start. To help young people develop their expertise and build careers working on climate solutions. Mariah's founded an organization called youth climate leaders. A youth clements leaders is urbanization I wish I had when I was twenty years old just graduating from university. Mariah says that after college it took her years to develop enough connections and experience to get a job focused on climate solutions. So to help others get started faster in fields such as urban planning and energy, her group provides training mentorship and networking opportunities. Since two, thousand, eighteen more than two hundred young people have participated worldwide roughly ninety percent of the alumni now study or work in the field, and now youth climate leaders is taking his trainings and network online which will expand the organization's global reach and help more young people launched climate change careers.
Interview with Jules von Hep
"Jews. On Hat. Welcome back to the PODCAST. How are you? Is So nice to be here. I feel like BMX gun show is like comfy lounge with the company. So a lovely wolves and the hold. Sherry every time I'm on this because I just feel great. That's exactly how I want you to fail. The cushions nicely. Or can fluff occasion very well. I had a moment on Sunday evening I was lying down watching TV and I thought note not having it and I just decided that the Sofa looked a bit flat. So I the cushions off had to stamp on some of them had to beat some of them are I'm talking about. The SOFA cushions as well as my beat the crap out of. I don't look great afterwards. I should say on the floor. Staring at it lovingly. His still no since. I don't to beat the air out of it with my behind. Thirty seconds in. I've never I've never served Sherry they maybe. I. Should have a buffet in the just in case you come around. I'm all about sheds all Chaz yet. Love it overlooked. Is it? It's sweet. Isn't it? Sweet uncle you get them dry is good. All Year round at. Huge says. It's really As a warm up, I liked him as a warrior shopping A. Well or even just a lunge before coming out just a little parents got this show of the rhetoric quick shares off the air. Do you mix it with anything. We just need room temperature chilled. Babak. If I'm lucky with the bear bikes but. I haven't had a drink in six weeks and then six maybe even longer and then the other night I decided to have a cafe patrol. Because I ended up my friends that's. My friend the next day always feel that good. This morning I had some cafe patrol last night and he said how many and I said two and a half shots. And went, oh, that's and I said well five technically to with double. I'm enjoying the hall. I know it was like. Over, do it. I'll just have a half of the last one, but it was very nice and I watched the Oprah. Mariah Carey interview I was sipping. What does seem a whole? Just described on your perfectly fluff safer. I know exactly but you are joining me before we go off on a major you joining me for an episode of Feel Good Habits, which is the franchise or the series only Magan show where I quiz my guess about the tips, strategies and techniques, they use to stop bad data heading into a bad week. Stop getting out of the bed the wrong side turning into ruining every day as whether your own those sorts of things and also. Let's face it. It can be a bit deeper and you are. Pure, joy. As a friend but also as somebody that I am lucky enough and I know lots of people lucky enough to engage with on the Internet viral instagram you just put out nothing but good thoughts. And feelings kid thank you. You know about I just I like living each day plus Ignited your knife is GonNa, come to a close I. Know that's so grim but I, liked to enjoy life and I think it's really important to try and use my platforms to spread joy and just biftek WanNa because life is tough it's hard work and actually it's just remember the beauty of life and it's to half feel-good smile and Laugh Day. That needs to be a t-shirt gills. I know I do actually need a PA to just stay with me at all times taking votes. That's a Hashtag. If you're available send Jesse. Rhonda she'd be. Efficient. I reckon would work in a chip here the weekends and I wouldn't have a problem with it. Oh, I actually. I had a craving fish and chips last night. How funny that you say that? It's the universe telling me to go up the road and get myself. Some cutting chip's GonNa have to talk source in the right. You gotTa have everything right to go with it. You can't just Have to prepare. I, think. Oh listen. This is a banal chippy Attica. Different show. All you need to know is plenty of salt plenty of vinegar and don't mess with them scraps. That's how it goes. Yes. Yeah. True. So I'm guessing you've got some flipping excellent feel good habits. So I think the first one I actually want to put down. It's not something that I've written but you jogged my memory now is a good habit is. When you get out of bed in the morning I, really truly believe that how you start your day will massively impact the rest of your day and I know that that's this very common Skill. If you make the bed those who make the bed, we'll have a more productive day on. It's something that I really try and disciplined myself in the moment I wake up I'll wake up and I'll stay on instagram and go through my DM's which for me is compartmentalized as an hour. Before out bed so then I have an hour after that and I make empty the dishwasher maybe claim a kitchen before dressed might do a little bit of a workout with something and then I, started my day right now what that does is it puts me on a really Positive, productive mental state of mind if I don't do one of those if I lie in bed if I mess Abou-. Than sometimes my diet can unravel and then it got straits with myself, and then I know that I I know that I can stop being mean and it's just not worth it. So feel good habit number wall I think his start your day rhines and from the moment you get up start doing nice things. So I'll combine actually with this other one I've written down is exercise has feel good habit.
Anna Kendrick is the 2020 McAfee Most Dangerous Celebrity
"Celebrity names online. It could point you to risky sites that install malware Cyber security company McAfee is over the list of the most dangerous celebrity names. Topping the list pitch perfect star Anna Kendrick, followed by Sean Diddy comes Blake lively Mariah Carey and Justin Timberlake and
Interview with Pete Evanow
"This is Robert Ross with another episode of cars that matter I'm here today with Pete Evans. I'm glad you could join us. Hello Pete is the author of Nissan's e fifty years of exhilarating performance. It was just published this year by motor books an imprint of Corto press I'm here to tell you I have the book and hand and among all of the recent automotive publications this one really stands apart congratulations on a great project pay. Thank you very much I. really appreciate that it was a labor of love I put it together fairly quickly. Because it was something that Nissan jumped on board at a last minute decision was interesting being really did make a big deal out of the twenty fifth anniversary and I don't know why. But it didn't really occur to them to do much about the fiftieth anniversary. Then all of a sudden somebody internally said we have to and that was Hiroshi Mariah. They got in touch with their licensing agency, which is emi and EMI contact and motor books motor books. Contacted me because I had written an earlier version of thirty fifth anniversary, and so we put this together really in a little less than a year. Notice. The forward is by Hiroshi tomorrow and obviously had a hand in recognizing that fifty years of Zina's as you call it Pete. You've got kind of an interesting career. Obviously, you're Z. Aficionado, but you're also a professor in the Department of Communications Cal State Fullerton probably as we talk about your book about. The history of the Z. Cars will maybe get into a little bit of the market speak that went along with essentially introducing a whole car a whole new concept to a whole new audience. That is the North American audience for whom a sports car from Japan was a brand new unthinkable concept back in nineteen seventy. I know this isn't your first. Z.. Car Rodeo either because it published Z thirty, five years of Nissan Sports car in two, thousand five. It's hard to imagine that the name plate is as old as it is for its thirty fifth anniversary. There was some pretty exciting things happening to but I guess related start at the beginning. Let's go back and look Z. Legacy from the start you and I are old enough to remember that back in the sixties and early seventies Japanese cars were by enlarge disregard I'm being charitable I'd say joke in some ways but they were no joke because of course Honda and Toyota essentially took over their respective markets and Dotson did the same but really the only sports car we had back in the sixties was the Toyota two. Thousand and that was such a rare esoteric piece of work that it almost doesn't count. Nissan did try. They had a sixteen hundred little sports car was a little convertible started as a sixteen hundred. They call it the fair lady in Japan of course, and then they brought it over here to the US, and then it became a slightly larger motor and they had it with the two liter the colored, the two thousand by remember that two thousand. Well, a friend of mine had a Canary Yellow One and I thought it was an amazing thing. It was right up there with any MGB, except that it was more reliable and. A grey little competitive car and Peter Brock raised it. So did Bob Sharp on the East Coast and so that kind of really established footprint if you will for Nissan at least from a motor sports standpoint and it gave them some credibility and it really provided the power I guess internally to look at a genuine sports car hardtop version and you can always thank Mr k. you talk Yama who pushed that card the Z. initially and he was here in America as the president of Nissan, USA and he went back to Japan. And we really have to have a sports car that is affordable and is something that everyone can afford here in the United States, and so he basically got the idea of democratising a sports car. You mentioned the Toyota two thousand GT was an incredible car but didn't really have the legs to expand. They didn't really bring it over here in significant quantities and it was a very expensive car as opposed to little roadsters. Remember Papa Bondra used to thousands for his driving school they were so good and reliable and relatively inexpensive the. Toyota was essentially unaffordable and it was fragile and even though it did a little bit of racing there just wasn't enough critical mass to really make it stick. Nissan. Really wanted to be the first to come in their Honda was here but they made really small throwaway cars to begin with them shoebox as I think the only thing smaller was at Subaru three sixty that looked like an egg with. Wales. And Nissan was ahead of their time of course, they were called Dotson then but they came out with their to forty and. Late sixty nine, but they also had a pickup truck and so those were two key markets that they used to go after slightly different audiences. But that's how they penetrated the US market at least initial. So many times a great name plate like the to forty comes about because of the vision of a single person or a tight team and you talk about the talk cut yama or Mr K. Katayama. Son was obviously an interesting guy and he must have been doing something. Right? He lived to be one hundred, five years old. That's a remarkable thing in and of itself you speak very fondly of in your book can you give us a little insight into what it took to get his own corporate colleagues superiors to buy into his crazy idea as a sports car for America I think you just a force and he just had such incredible passion. I had the pleasure of meeting with him several times and you'd him not only for my previous book but also speaking to him in several the Zekan's and car shows I mean he was very passionate. Loved people. As they said in his slogan Love Life Love People, you couldn't not like him I hate double negative but the fact is, is that I believe that his passion. and his persuasive skills were partially enough to demonstrate that he could sell this car United States and I think that's what it talked to convince his contemporaries, his colleagues in Japan that if he could have the opportunity to bring the Z. here in America, he would show them that that was the right car at the right time and he would be successful with it and they believed they were a little skeptical his colleagues in Japan but they obviously invested in the car and said, okay now it's up to you and your colleagues to make sure that this happens and it did
"mariah" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Very good. Consider no one will ever denigrate her again. No are you all set? I'm just worried about Harry's Health Cova nineteen you guys are good good to the camp will be fine. I'm cook. I'm very intelligent. Woman intelligent my. My father was Aaron Article Engineer. He he taught me to fly. I'm not afraid okay. We'll of a disease that says that's cemented in the ground. When I'm when I'm with my fans we take to the stars. I'm a butterfly. Cook a butterfly fucking butterfly. Jeez okay all right anything else. Awful I don't know I I came. Which was beautiful was here on the floor. I have my twin girls cleaning up in a little bit had a fire. I had to fire my my assistant. I knew that she complained because she said that. I pissed on her saga. You know she was godless woman. I Christened her cook sweep ago. Shower at sea should have thanked me. That's true I would give Golden Xiaohua. I want to end this war I suppose. Listen here's the thing. Okay Brian if you're willing to fly here and come to the studio if this is going to put the end of the silly war Mike's right I am willing to have you urinate on me. I suppose that's yes fine deal. It's about time we came to a reasonable. Yes I have. I have seven grammys. This'll be my highest honour. Well thank you. Go look forward to have a good weekend. Okay all right honey. I love you. Baby is definitely Mariah because all the facts checked out. Take that part of my take. Take back the thing I said about research. It's a big yet right. There is see callers research heart take a few more sees Jesus. What was exciting. It was nice to squash the beef. Squash hello hey kirk. It's your best friend. John Krasinski calling from Brooklyn John. How you doing? I'm doing well doing well. I just wanted to say. Congratulations on the victory over Mariah Carey. That's nice that to re tweet from you John. But that's okay I understand. You're busy doing a happy. Go time show. That's true. Listen Kirk can't all be as negative as you are. Okay I UNDERSTAND. I hear all the Anti Semitic stuff that your producers been spouting down to Brooklyn. That's true like what we're hoping to hear that. Well you know I heard that little Diddy about your dog going after people who snow merger. What's that all about? Ask ziggy about that. He's his own person. He's he's no he's not well. I haven't heard from Ebay grew up in Newton and they're fine Jewish community. They're true and you have now been you have now been banned from the town of Newton. Wow John's rouse team. Never these people a little bit. Because you never know if it's GonNa turn the something you of peaked after the office very Nice Guy. Very nice getting a huge star to. Yeah so I guess a quiet place for his his Amazon series is actually really good. Jack Ryan Yeah like a lot. It's a real original ninety seven hundred buildings so good on the less but we like them. Hope it comes on your point. Hello you will. Hello Neil ask him Kirke. How are we doing very well? Thank you just a little run for the day memorial. Dave Nate Portnoy. Jesus I'm more you run. Okay we'll funny. You mentioned Gig on second. Because let's say he place two weeks from tomorrow guys. Two weeks from tomorrow is.
"mariah" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Quarantine one second show. We'll let you tell you reasons why but we're going to do a Bachelorette and by mice groupies volunteer. But I think ten minute hands in a the fans rather. Jeez Harry looks like you might have been more promiscuous in college if there are ten minutes ten minutes fans in there with her. But we're get nice apartment we'll do. Here's Steve over weekend. Yep sounds good enough room right to get one of those rapid cova nineteen. Let's we're done with everything once everything's done. Although Casey Smith yesterday volunteered Scott's she was asked by me if she could or by Kevin she can pick any fan base to bill the Bachelorette with if we do the Bachelorette she I guess. Season two. Yeah we have to do it. We'd have to do a Bachelorette and bachelor right. Oh for sure yeah. I don't know who the it'll be much tougher to get ten women to compel. You never know Stephen Providence. I could see that you wouldn't watch that of course from providence available. I don't know that's a lot of these men that take. We're GONNA pull that off. The mattress can happen. But Joe. You're saying you're above that young Joe Joe Chance Chancellor. Hook YOU UP. Show with her. Actually a PIMP arranged marriage Jesus I. I don't know if you watch that. Show night the tar is becoming one of my favorite characters very awkward and nervous but very funny about it like she said She was she was talking about calling the show Sunday and she goes I didn't really know what to talk about because I hadn't done a lot of research. These people somebody done research I will say it did sound like she didn't do research. That was one of our biggest crowd. Criticisms of the callers do more research. We'll see what happens here. They load up Steve. They're loaded up Kirk. Let's do it. Hello Cook it it's Mariah Carey Mariah our file. Okay so Steve. This is big news with her hands on it. Some Mariah Carey's so I think we're finding.
"mariah" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Will Yeah I mean I I is Lake. Now that it's a different day like it is pretty talented but so like where are you that devoted to like what is Mariah Carey mean to you? Why are you such like I think? Music's terrible whatever but you know but my thing is you. But here's the here's the thing though. Nate like a what what is it. What do you care if I don't like her music? I like Bruce Springsteen. If you didn't like Bruce Springsteen I wouldn't care I'd say great whatever. Good luck wow that's true but decides the naked is Nathan. Do you think that there's a level of insecurity amongst the Lambley because ultimately you know that Mariah Carey's music socks that's why you have to see Nathan Nathan. I disavow my producers saying that. That's not very nice Steve Nathan. What's okay you can first. What's your favorite Mariah Carey Song Ally Dino her. My it was my topic because I'm just saying what why. Why does she mean so much to the point you'd be going in again? My fans are very loyal obviously when the police night but Mariah's fans too so I wonder what what is it about her music for me. I Like I love Bruce Springsteen right and he connects to me as a kid and he's helped me through some tough times. Is that the same situation you've had with Mariah? She helped you through some tough times because you seem like a deep thinker. She somebody.
"mariah" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Don't care back. Yeah you suck. She socks she couldn't. She's not eight pimple on the fanny of Whitney Houston. That's what I would say or Aretha. Please give me a break Diana Ross please please. I mean I mean come on. I mean they could go mike instead of me is doing some of their tactics that Steve Merely reached that you wanna come on the show and they said not only to WanNa come on the show. I'm going to call the authorities full record in it. You have drugs in your type. Somebody does that. I must an intern. Justin over to your house this morning to start your car for you. Bring it on that say to you lambs. Our labs are lames meek. What did they say about lambs? Yeah there meek. It's it's it's it's in like a lamb lying Alec a lamp pussies Mariah Carey fans are pathetic benefits. Mike Fifty whatever. She's the most successful female artist of all time. I use you turn artists very very lightly. There are two year old's finger painting. We're better artists and Mariah Carey a horrendous singer. I would never work with her again. Never never again. I'll go solo. Never I work with somebody like that. Again total diva you know allegedly. I don't know this has manages a urine even people. I mean he's terrible lawsuits. That are going on. Who Know where she going to go next. North Korea missile horrendous. I believe in human rights. She doesn't that's the difference between the two of us. That's all I like. The you laid. You didn't say new this yesterday. We're very magnanimous anew. I knew one of the victims. Yes I want the electoral process to play out a mock by didn't way and I didn't endorse anybody respected. I just said listen. Vote for you but in view right carry are we sure Kim Jong Hoon is dead or alive at might be a body. We don't know fifty fifty so she's not the worst person alive. Right top-five okay. Top Five I mean that Saudi Arabia is that what goes on countries. Deplorable absolutely deplorable. Has she ever come out and denounced or disavowed? Saudi Arabia's practices regarding gays and she has a huge gay audience. As do I write? They guy calls to gay icons for gay rights for years to go back again and tell gay voting record we can go get the poster. Yes I'm very very gay rights gay stores to stand to say a father's most of these such one woman we're GONNA HAVE A. I didn't think victory would be the sweep. That's the nectar is delicious and I will drink from all day. You're joining well. I mean it's I mean you know. She's got twenty five million followers on twitter shadow ban. That like three thousand and as many as like you know Andy Email who will get to believe me. Do I have to save me to this? Oh God This asshole broke yesterday. I wasn't even enough man. You told me this all the time that we have to have this conversation. We'll get we'll get we'll get there. There's a lot to get through to really.
"mariah" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Hey everyone this is Kelly you with too broad stalking politics and I am on as usual with my co-host Sophie. Hey Sophie eight Kelly and we are joined today by Mariah Mariah Parker who is the county commissioner in district two of the Athens Clarke County Georgia. I'm Maria. Hey thanks for having me on the show yeah. Thanks so much for joining us so I think I have a lot of questions for you. But why don't we start in with just a little bit of background. Tells a little bit about yourself. Kevin how you came to be county commissioner in Athens Clarke County Georgia sure so I moved to Athens about six years ago I was looking for change kind of living at home with my parents and I had some friends who lived in Athens came to visit started sleeping on my friends. boyfriends couch got a job at a diner here there and never went back to Raleigh Kinda do but then later got involved in two ways in Athens. I became a graduate student at the University of Georgia where I said he thinks affects got my master's there and they also got involved in the music scene here. Athens listeners would know that folks like Aria Montreal and Neutral Milk Hotel or famously from here and so we have a very robust music scene and I hadn't really taken part in music before but you know it written wraps my whole life so I became a rapper sounds like a lot of community around that and it's important to the story of how I got involved in politics because it's both was like a political training ground for mm-hmm and how I met the candidate that got me into politics organizing hip hop shows and ran into gentleman by the name of Tommy Valentine. He's running county commissioner at the time and he got me thinking about the way that community organizing in a political sense very much like organizing the community around the arts and and music and the way those skill set so transferable and to my surprise you know I'm just like this rapper with no political experience. He asked the campaign eventually became field director than campaign director and then decide to run for office myself so that's a little bit about how I got involved in politics. It's your nothing and what was specifically interesting to you about the commissioner position. Well I saw an interesting moment in the political landscape landscape of Athens that I felt like someone really needed to step in to for one there are a number of candidates running on progressive platform for things like comprehensive civil rights and discrimination Legislation Marijuana Decriminalization for housing republic transportation things like this but there weren't enough of them if they were also elected for them to actually have the mandate behind the rail to get things done to have that majority they would need to vote these things into reality and so oh that's a scary part of working on a campaign. I believe a lot it but wasn't sure if it could pull off a lot of promises. You're making it the community so I know when they needed like a sixth player on the team in order to accomplish that at the time in addition in my district where I live there have been a gentleman who would throw it on the Commission for about twenty five years and had won uncontested largely for the majority of that time and he had stepped down to run for mayor and so a protege of his was running for at the again running uncontested so those two converging issues that I saw going on one democracy was not playing out in my district and two do we needed this progressive slate in order to accomplish any of the things that we were raising conversation in the community about and so why at the time was still learning a lot about what a commissioner isn't what commissioner does I felt empowered to like run for office one day for running this campaign and just uniquely opportunity for me to step in and give people an option even if I failed so that's why I went for it and I definitely got a crash course on county government since then so when you were sworn in as some of the pictures when a little bit viral you're in teen vogue and some other places in part you know you when you were sworn born in your sworn in a copy on a copy of the autobiography of Malcolm X. So talk a little bit about that and and what the you know I know a little bit about what the National Reaction Action was but what was the local reaction to us sort of being your authentic self even in the swearing in ceremony interesting question because at first it was hard for me to gauge what the genuine local reaction was given the way that the Internet operates and the way that folks from all all distant in corners of the globe can participate and compensation whether or not they have a dog in a fight or not and so two separate out a lot of patrolling that I was getting from Immuno Portland or Texas and Mississippi Frog abode ways that people are actually thinking and feeling here in Athens was a struggle for me because it was somewhat of a dealers but overwhelmingly I felt that the reception was really positive. People were really really hinging their hopes for a reaction to the trump administration I should and for really progressive for progressive change really like have a grassroots uprising here in Athens on this election and so so to see that one of their elected politicians was starting off with a really bold stance and unwilling to compromise it being themselves. I you think drew more hope and admiration than it did vitriol even though when you you know in the comments section and doesn't always quite Dr Phil. This was a special election. I think we know did end you you won by thirteen votes which is not a huge huge margin of victory obviously super impressive and you knew that every door you knocked was important when you win by thirteen votes a but you run again in twenty twenty and so how does that how does that does that affect your your thinking at all your campaign strategy at all knowing how razor thin margin was less time. How do you think about running again well. There's two ways to approach it. I feel like you could be very politically politically calculated and trying to make the most amount of like important people happy in order to safely secure reelection or as with a lot of things in life. You can treat it. Does you only have one chance and go for it and I believe in really going for it in terms of like really pushing hard for like progressive change now rather than letting and this very circuitous and labyrinths seen system work. Its way out the way it has to do with government. I prefer pushing hard now. Because I think that excites the people there might be some people who are more in favor of incremental change or you know in favor on the status quo and hesitant to see things change at all but do have a lot of power. Howard and fluency thing folks that are you know the most dependable voters but at the end of the day for me. It's not about getting reelected or not. It's about doing the right thing and so for me. It's like pushing to make sure we expand free bus access to more than this year we expanded it to disabled folks and senior citizens so we're also trying to push to get it three on election days and things like that trying to work out some of the kinks and problems we've had with marijuana decriminalization now rather than waiting for the Solicitor General to figure out how he's going to deal with legislation to me pass going ahead and pushing for a really comprehensive and oh discrimination legislation because right now hate crimes are legal Georgia or you know they're not adjudicated against as a separate crime so there's all these things that like we could wait to see what happens or we can do something about now and I I'm approaching my term and they got all but in terms of the field strategy edgy. I think that we build a really strong campaign. Last time I was very lucky to be able to plug some extra volunteers in some extra push into the campaign I had already built around around my friend who was running at the time and so a lot of folks are still hearing a lower more people who were then might have gotten inspired by the the Malcolm X. Situation and now see this as their opportunity to jump in and be a part of something exciting so we're gonna out there and knocking on doors relentlessly meet folks further out out in the community and we'll see what happens as with last time when I feel like I just have to get work done and the a lot of the work has already been done being elected all Sean people that are this possible so so I am a writer and I've thought about running for local office but it's kind of intimidating because I feel like a lot of the people who run for local office are either like lawyers lawyers or business owners and you're a creative person. I got really excited when I saw it. You know you also so I have a creative writing degree. You also have won a linguistics student in your musician in you. Talk a little bit about like sort of in the things that you bring to the job from your creative background yeah totally. I feel like I got my all my political training like in the hip hop community here in Athens I've never debate club as a kid I was never involved in political society groups but like I learned how to debate debate and like hold my ground and communicate my you know my confidence in myself my confidence in my community like defend myself through room rap battles like I was one of the only women battling around the time that the hip hop scene started to see a resurgence back about three years ago and that that spending up against folks constantly who were coming at me a about you know the way I talk and wait address this and that and being being able to respond gracefully and creatively and spontaneously in a moment to challenges that arise in front of you is like one of the greatest strengths of being a good leader being the politician. I definitely think I bring a lot of that like since of grounded nece and flexibility of thinking into the commission chambers with me every time I go there because it's a rap battle rap battle. Only folks don't think they know the rules but I plan by different set of rules and Lex like a come to win so I definitely think that is a blue. It's the way that I undertake public service and then being opponent creative native world especially the world like hip hop. You're intimately connected with stories of struggle. You here folks talking about the things that they've seen that things. They've had to do to to get by the things that are holding them back from even being successful in their art and you are. I think a lot of the lawyers and business folks that you're talking about. Forget about those stories they forget about those people and I feel like hip hop artist experiencing a lot of that art and being part of fostering community but it's like let's set up through like organizing in the music scene 'cause definitely in a form what issues. I think are important or on our most urgent and like help me keep a foot in that world to remember like the people who are genuinely affected by the change. We are debating implementing. Do you find yourself rapping at all in county commissioner meetings things I will occasionally take notes in like on my little legal pad in like verson meter for like man. It's my time to speak. I don't think I don't think I could happen here. It doesn't feel like the VIBE is wrong but like to process thoughts to prepare what I'm going to say. In response to something are like to channel some of that jury. I will definitely pin little APPs when I'm sitting in City Hall for sure so I have been impeached. He student didn't it didn't take and I've I've been around for so I've been around. PhD students a lot so you know perhaps a lot of people. The most surprising things about you running for office are that you're you're young and those sorts of things to me. The most surprising thing is that anyone can balance. Phd Studies running for office. I mean what how how how do you balance. How is that possible I I. It's a question I a lot and I honestly don't know how it works. It's working like I'm still working to the kings of like how to serve the public and Dan you know crap my lesson for Thursday do all my readings for Friday and like he my adviser off my back at the same time. It's something that I'm constantly learning and I think embracing that like everything is practice and everything is is teaching. You like how to be better if you frame. AM struggle or failure as system that you need to stop and reflect and show some compassion like recognize you humanity and like Chile Abed keeps me sane whether or not that keeps the quality of my Phd Work Up..
"mariah" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Welcome to the Bravo clubhouse for the podcast addition. Watch what happens live with me. Andy Cohen you compared to her. Other Bravo fans can take several seats and she wants famously said it's watch what Evans on with Maria Hawkins Adrian see more now live in the rubble clubhouse with less than six hours still. It's officially false of you. Never got your summer body together. You still have time six hours. Please welcome my first guest Mary to Medicine Paging Mariah. Ah Married a medicine super vendors starring in for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enough at the public theater which was just extended until November twenty four and say hi to Adrian Seymour. Yes blacks in the you know out of prison now since tonight semi words or the biggest night in television. I thought late late night. Smallest studio could use some emmy magic over the bar. It's an Emmy Award word. I WanNa get started so Adrian you pretty much everything on on Bravo pretty much all right. I don't know but I definitely love on my. I'm on my show. I'm glad that you make the time I want to get into tonight's Potomac home just a smidge. We'll get into later. Robin revealed that the same evening that Michael allegedly grabbed Andrews Buddy also allegedly grabbed couples producers butts as well L. She also said that his his she alleged that he was talking about one. What was your reaction about this. I ah I mean want is GonNa look in you know I. There's just there's too much in the air that is there's there's not really going on sad and I just WanNa deeper and also when you ask the question now is the marriage open as a club any you wet there of course you what they're me and I actually went on the answer to tonight's. Medicine Quad debuted a new look a half High Pony Mariah. What did you think Mariah. Some ponies don't need to go hack okay as long as they can go all right. I'm sure many people can speak to Dr. Please accomplishments but who better beverly than heavenly herself. Watch it also concentrating on a CHESA ASU chess champion in high school. I was vice president of student government. I was President of Club Council. I was prison in my class. My Freshman Year in college rich watch your step graduated with honors got a full scholarship and worldwide known dentist group..
"mariah" Discussed on WJR 760
"Mariah Carey perhaps the most popular female singer in the world and the only pop female singer with a five octave range. That's her very unique interpretation of silent. Knight. Through my travels. I've had the good fortune of meeting some really nice people for whom America is their adopted country. They had some special memories of their first Christmas in their new home, honest is from Switzerland. And now lives in Los Angeles. I'm used to have snow every Christmas. Up to that first time he was just like the weird thing was driving along the beach seeing people like out in this psalm was used to like walk through the snow and just have like. Guess a complete different feeling you're here with new people. I mean, I met my wife we spent time her turned her family. But but I I like a call my family maybe three times around that time. There's this like. They told me at home. They really makes me bet emigrated with her family as a youngster from Cuba that first year in America that we celebrated Christmas, of course, we were happy because we we're here. And finally, we were able to make it to the United States at that time was very difficult to get out of Cuba. So in a way, we're we're very happy that fiber thing yet, very very sad because we were so far away from a relative. And also thinking that perhaps we were never go back or seen.
"mariah" Discussed on Popcast
"Is. A decade of break. Totally agree. Sure. Does not feel like the architect of his own legacy. Feels like he feels like an eye. Unfortunately, use this metaphor in a different piece today. So forgive me. If you've read this piece and also listen to this podcast, but he ushered feels a little bit like a pinball getting flat ground. EDM? That's like I'm gonna goes eight, and it's like he feels like he's getting Bush where Mariah give or take some spotty nece in the late two thousand twenty twenty she's working with the same grammar. And that's why maybe to come back to when I was reading from the credits before maybe that maybe the credit tell you exactly what you need to know produced by Mariah Carey produced by Mariah Carey, Mariah Carey, maybe that's all good. It's also just as an aside worth noting that today all I went for Christmas you entered the billboard again. How many times? Like thirty times it came out in nineteen ninety four at the same time that the that we're talking about hit number one on Rb. Hip hop albums and our albums number five on billboard album on cassette. I mean, I used to have her first on cassette. Have you guys? The Mariah Christmas show at the beacon. We've been there at the same. Okay. I'm asking the grew time this she lost her shoe. She took off her shoe in walks around with just when she wine, and then the other foot on tippy toe, and then just went back to this. You like it was nothing. Can we do? The most iconic redo a quick sort of quasi pivot because like now that we're talking about Mariah live. I'm reminded of the Vegas show. And one of the things that really stuck out at me about the show, but also the Christmas show, and I think this is maybe why we've had some challenge with Mariah course, in the last years is that in person on stage. She was often quite literally being carried around like she was not. Literally like on a table in like seven people lifted the table took her off stage. She was not seeming the architect, even though maybe musically. She had been the arc felt like it was just like mariah's than half to walk. You know what I mean? You know what I mean? She clearly she felt the same way. She is not going to Dane this earth with her holy feet. It became it became kind. Yes, Queen nothing. But when you have that and then with the lip synching issues, and the kind of vocal problems and some of the live events the public kind of wacky Mariah began to overtake Mariah as serious musician mariah's consistent musician. Think that's part part of just being a woman like even in the history of Mariah over twenty almost thirty years. No one's ever really been sitting around like so like, how are you hearing music? How are you like constructing this it's always been like, oh, the diva as if he walks in the studio, she belts it out and this. She goes home to hurt thirty million dollar penthouse and takes an app, I will say we were getting to the dark part of Mariah to the to your point. I don't think it would have been it would have been reversible. It was giving you glitter, but words, like the reality. Yeah. This stuff with the New Year's thing. And again, her manager and the stuff about money issues coming up like it was getting to that point. Where like if you don't steer this around. Yeah. It's gonna which I was like she's say she was about polling. She's getting medication was very big of her to admit. I was surprised he would share that. It seems like it was there's been a lot of effort from herself to re ability the image of Mariah Carey never been doing glitter though. Reach. I love decide glitter. Let's go five minutes on glitter. Okay. Or thirty seconds. I just I love to hear. I wanted to glitter. This out tracks lab is God. I mean, and it's. Movie is not good though. Like the story line of it. I mean, there's nothing to it was terrible. Like your. Your. Eight mile like. To here that the actress of don't imagine twenty. It was a star is born imagine twenty two stars wearing with Ryan stead of league. Where's the us ker? Yeah. I was thinking Howard the duck. But it is stars one. That was. To be very it. He's the abbot. Second the second. It's the second half stars first half started board difference. Kelly
"mariah" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"They do this without thinking about the artists and what is really going to do so it took a little while for the two of us to actually have a relationship where we were friends but once we became friends we had the best time together and we did this do it for the prince of egypt and i don't believe when you believe yeah and it was i still perform it on on tour when i go overseas with pictures of whitney and us together and moments and let's grad and i'm just grateful to her foundation for allowing and her family and allowing you you need need to do to do it it you have to ask before you something like that right right that's appropriate yeah how great for you that that moment exists in recording yeah yeah it makes me really happy it makes me really happy well i love talking to you mariah carey you know what my favorite mariah carey song is well i love the remix of my all oh got me through the uptempo off david morales yes yes he love david morales but i gotta tell you something when you came out with heartbreaker i just that song killed me it kills me to this day i just absolutely love it it's so good thank you it's one of my favorites and we love dj clue together and jay z was only regional and how can you get better than that it was heartbreaker not from glitter or amount harper was from the album rainbow okay rainbow d.