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How Broken Is Washington DC? Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Tells Us
"Congresswoman. Can you just walk through for our listeners. In a couple of minutes remaining you're just a businesswoman. A regular person you went to congress. How broken is washington dc. How corrupt is it. Just tell us from a normal person's is it is the it's a. It's like a business that should be out of business It's so corrupt and bro. Can i'm constantly shocked in. It's hard for me to even feel shocked anymore. But every time i go there i see another failure every single department and the government is completely mismanaged They they will fund programs with millions and billions of dollars and then they mismanage. Every single penny is so you know you know how it is. It's like it's like going into a restaurant and trying to order food and the waiter waitress never shows up at the table and then they finally common they say what do you want and then you order your meal and then you wait and you wait and you wait. The food never shows up. That's the government that is exactly how it is. I hate to use a restaurant as an example because most restaurants are so great and they. That's why they're successful because regular Running businesses every single day and working very hard know how to do their jobs. Far better than people in the government. And i'm embarrassed by our federal government. I think it's a complete joke I think it's a disaster and those people couldn't do The everyday americans job. They couldn't even do your job. They couldn't do anyone else's job because they they're just they don't know how to perform and they don't know how to manage money
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Explains How Two Democratic Bills Are a Recipe for Instant Socialism in America
"With us is congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green. Who is calling for everyone to do what they can to try. And tell the senate not to raise the debt limit congresswoman. Are you there. Yes hi charlie. Thanks for having me on your show. You bet you sent out a tweet saying everyone needs to call the senate switchboard. Let's take a step back. Walk us through the significance of this and the latest when it comes to the fights happening in washington dc. Okay well just to break it down. Everyone needs to understand that the democrats are working very hard to pass to ells the infrastructure. Bill which is almost one point two trillion dollars and the budget which they had it at three point five trillion. Then they took it up to four point three trillion and that's when mansion and cinema and the senate said no. We will not vote for this. It's too much money. But here's what you all need to know about. Both of these bills them for structure bill is not about paving roads or building. Bridges it's really about socialism as a matter of fact almost about round six percent of the infrastructure bill only goads towards real infrastructure roads and bridges. The rest of it is full on socialism with big programs in even seven point. Five billion dollars that will build five hundred thousand electric vehicle charging stations all over the country because they want to force america on electric vehicles which will force us to be energy independent or energy dependent. I'm sorry on china and then the budget. The budget is even worse. The budget is full passage of the green new deal and more socialism. These will be programs will never be able to undo. It will fully wreck our economy and hurt americans in the future
The Biden Regime's Unconstitutional Attack on the Arizona Audit
"The arizona audit had come out and said that they were anywhere between fifty five thousand and seventy five thousand illegally administered votes in arizona. Phantom voters duplicate voters ghost voters and despite this there has been this backlash from the media saying that out there was no fraud at all whatsoever. There was nothing at all to see now. The audit does not say that and so in response to that. What is the regimes and the democrats way to handle the audit now. They are doing an oversight committee to try to make sure that no more audits happen. They want to make sure that this is the end of audits as we know it now why would they be doing a federal oversight committee hearing if they were not worried about more audits. I thought the audit showed that joe biden won by more votes if the audit confirmed what they want. Why are they now. Having a federal oversight committee on a state run audit. Do you notice. They do not have federal oversight. Committee's run by democrats on the open borders on rising crime. You know that murders are up thirty percent this year since last year since we decided to usher in this. Blm inc criminal justice view so the committee says that they have concerns over the hiring of cyber ninjas to conduct the audit saying quote to hearing will examine how despite failing to find any fraud cyber. Ninjas audit has already inflicted grave damage to our democracy. Well first of all. They did find illegally administered ballots. And how does auditing. The results have a grave damage to the democracy. The audit has threatened the integrity of arizona's elections inspired similar hyper partisan audits other states. That's the kicker everybody the fact that there are more audits and other states and they're gonna find out things that they do not want you to find out
Boris Epshteyn on Today's Election Audit in Arizona
"So let's talk about frankly. It's been delayed for months. The arizona owed it. A lot of people are losing faith. Eunice got off the phone with somebody so talented baras one. Can we cautiously expect. Well you know sources of source. So i've been as you know. I've been staying abreast of what's going on in arizona really keeping a close eye on it and make and here's the deal. The audit and audit report should be the audit and audit report. The numbers don't lie ride. The process doesn't lie. So what what. I wanna make sure. Is that when we get tomorrow is the exact representation of what was found. Isn't watered down in any way is from what i understand from what i'm hearing. We are going to see numbers which reflect ballots and issues which are magnitude higher than the difference between president trump. joe pike county alone this mockup county alone. who's doing the audit. And do we trust them. Cyber ninjas doing the audit doug doug logan do we trust them yes and they've shown to be good people to show be honorable people that never. I don't think they've done something like this before. Because nobody's ever really done a full forensic audit of nobody's but it's a tough slog has been and also you gotta remember maricopa county's done everything they can to not turn over that of the nation and because the doj's heavy-handedness an audit to be two parts to recount. What you count the ballots and figure out which ones are authentic. Not anna
Why Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Objects to the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act
"We have a very special guest on the line none other well you know have friends fellow. Patriots called mt g representing georgia's fourteenth district congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green. Is it true you just left the flow of the house. What's going on there. Tell us give us an update. Yes i did. I just walked off and i'll have to be heading in here in a few more minutes. We're voting on amendment after amendment Most of this is going for the nda. So this is one of those wild weeks where vote after vote Most of them are democrat amendments. Because as you know they usually don't take republican amendments and some members of the freedom caucus have said that the nda should not be voted on by republicans until we see certain other actions taken by the white house. What's the state of play is going to go through. What's the latest number. Well there's a lot of us in the freedom caucus that are taking a stand against it we are. We're against drafting our daughters strapping young women. Especially when there's seventeen million young men eighteen to twenty five already signed up the flex services and our current Active duty military forces or at one point three million. And we're not even at war so there's no need to even be talking about drafting women at sample ridiculous. Of course we know women are capable and they're equal but we're just not into drafting our daughters our our wives and and don't think that that's that's necessary. It's another one of those Racing gender you know social issues. It's just pointless with that we can't trust this. How can we trust the military the leaders especially after they abandoned americans and and look what they did they arm the taliban so there's a lot to unpack
'It's Worse Than Slavery': Rep. Maxine Waters Attacks Horseback-Riding Border Patrol Agents With Whips
"Wonder if you're a blacklist to america first or black voter what you think of. Maxine waters saying the photographs of customs and border patrol agents using the reins of their horses bridle to stay that animals and protect them from illegal. Aliens who on american citizens is worse. Then slavery now. I'm no historian. But i've seen roots which by the way if you're not familiar was ally. The author had to admit that he made it up. You know couldn't akin tae not actually a real story but the imagery is accurate if not the individual person and the story. Slavery involved the selling of human beings by black africans to white traders. They're being carried over the seas in the insides of ships in truly inhuman conditions. Worse than any prison with disastrous survival rates to arrive on the shows of america and many other countries brazil as well brazil had more slaves per capita than america ever did. I wonder why brazilians don't have inherent racism in their culture. Like we are told we have here thanks to the purveyors of crt and then they were treated by mostly southern democrats owning their plantations as chattel a fancy word which means property like a horse like a donkey like a meal like a bale of hay. They were prop petit. They were shackled. They were beaten. They would torture. They were killed. With nary a consequence for those who kill the may were lynched linked mostly by democrats or members of the k. k. k. which was a democrat organization. But that the lynchings the beatings. The murders was not as bad as the image of a customs and border patrol agent. Doing his job on the border
"marjorie" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"At me and stable. The just do it was very simple. was just do it do it. Don't talk about it do it. And that's what all my sisters and my brother and i did. We just followed mom's advice and we never really thought of the of the the difficulties we may incur We might experience along the way because it was just not even consideration. You just do what you wanna do right. Don't you wish your mom would have put a little by just do it right now. Oh no kidding all right. So what's up next you've talked about. Are you doing any book tours. Or what can you tell us about your book. And and how you're promoting it right now. Well the book came out in In october eighteen. So we're getting close to three years in the end. The invitations have not stopped coming. I'm still out there meeting with the As their major speaker for a lot of organizations. I'm still signing books doing a lot of different kind of media interviews. It's amazing to me. It's slowed down during twenty because of the virus and everything and then all of a sudden things start going to zoom. And now all sudden. I'm getting invitations all the time. And and it's interesting because my publisher harpercollins told me they publish the book they said we. We have a feeling this is going to have a long shelf. Life and i was hopeful but i could not have seen this coming in so i'm very grateful for you. Wrote it because these are the stories that everybody needs to read and listen to and understand what being i means. I think you explain it so well when you did your tedtalk. Oh you thank you. I appreciate that. yes you know. And they're still so meant so much room for i and so i hope people don't hesitate just because maybe they they don't have a role model or something like that. Just like my mom would save them become the role model. Just go for you know right right. That is awesome. So i appreciate both of us spending time with me today on the huddle up with gus marnie. Give me your prediction for tonight's game. I think it's gonna there's a bunch of people in front of me. But i think it's going to be i'm going to say tampa bay. Not quite sure i'm not going to give the actual legis say. I think tom brady is going to throw a lot of touchdowns. I just want to stay healthy. That's my i do want to say. I love it when players can stay healthy through the whole season so tampa bay is gonna win. And i think it's going to be a pretty high scoring game. What do you think marjorie. I agree with mark. It's going to be a high scoring game. The cowboys are gonna win. I actually picked the cowboys too. So i said zach is going to have a breakout game. He's going to be healthy. He's got a lot of talent around them. And i think. Tom brady starts a little slow in the season. Grills up within the last game of the season. Yeah you definitely want to catch him in the first game. Yeah no i shape both of you joining me on. How up with and marred. We'll definitely let you know when we put it all out on social media. We want to thank you for joining us today. Marnie thank you for being my co host again. Tell us about your book one last time all right. And that's why. I'm here because i'm actually going to the ronald mcdonald house after we do this before the game. So football freddie and fumbled dog game day in the usa in many different cities to choose from and can get them off philadelphia. The carolinas atlanta. Let's see green bay dallas for mago and now tampa bay wonderful send us of artwork so we can share. We got put on media. I yes this has been great. Thank yeah great. Got appreciate both dogs out there bark. And he's like dad you've been in there an hour now so let's go out and go the bathroom. I think so. I appreciate you both of you joining me. And it's just been a wonderful talk marjorie and you know. Everyone needs to go out great. Well thank you thank you. I've had a great time. Thanks for including in this conversation. And i swear i won't take too small on any of my social media pretty funny. It's a good story. It's a great story. So that's our show. Everyone thanks for joining us on the huddle up with gusts out an appreciate all of our sponsors sixteen thirty one digital news. I appreciate sounder. Fm i you know you gotta go to vegas sports event you got to put in my code huddle up and save some save some money. They're going to help you pick the right teams and then they're going to win you some cash so go go there. Go to vegas sports advantage and listen. I appreciate marnie. I appreciate margie. Terry brian thank you all so much and go to wherever you listen to your favorite podcast. Checkout huddle up with gas and we'll see you next time back ceramics joining the fun at one studios ford number with gus featuring eighteen years. Nfl quarterback potluck with gus is probably produced by sixteen thirty one digital media and is available apple music..
"marjorie" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Want to put a historical marker and so i just felt like i owed it to her in her life and her legacy to make them as quitting and so living. The role was part of it right. Really yeah it's really incredible certainly marjorie. Your body of work is really something that i know tightly would be very proud that you wrote her story. Because you've really done it all you between writing and being the first woman than the being that you were always which i guess is something again about sports like wanting to be the first in the room the winner the first one to do it that competitive nature is what sports drives us. You know like no one's done it but why can't it be and that is something that i know that you probably have a lot of young women and young men to wonder you know wanting to follow in your footsteps of being the first and doing it and picking up or you kind of have have left off. Well you haven't really left off but were transition light great athletes. You've just kept transitioning because gus you know you've done things you went from lanes professionally doing other things having a great successful podcasts. Like you wanna keep improving professional athlete. Your brain is wired. I need to walk right exactly. And and i think that's that's part of it as you just keep you want wanna keep growing and i say that i made that mistake in the nfl. That i wanted to be a good father. I wanted to be good husband. And and then football mother love right and so i did those things by ayn continue to grow in education and other things which i should have had the opportunities during the off season. So that's probably one little regret i have is. I wish i would have went back. Maybe got my mba or something. like that. and i always tell guys if you have an opportunity to make sure that you continue your education because it's so important because the nfl view they'll pay for it right. it's true yes and there are some that do in emmett smith. He went back. And there's a lotta guys. That do that and i think that's great and i think that if you want to go into something else in life you have to learn. I went into coaching and podcasting. It's just such a high learning curve for everything that you try to do. Then sometimes just kind of go sit in class. Learn a little bit before you dive into. It might help i want. I wanted to ask you okay. So why the cover. Why did you pick this picture. Okay well harpercollins out of new york is one of the biggest publishing houses in in the world. And so i had no say in the picture and what's interesting though is that My editor she sent me an email and said i'm sending you a copy of cover. If you have any suggestions or changes let me know a pass them onto the art department. But i'll tell you right now. You don't so no matter. what so. I actually did say could you footprint on the dress could you trees because it's in the up yukon valley. Would you abbott airplane. That looks benthic and they actually did all the things that i asked my editor shock but i loved the cover that for two reasons. One the the woman that is the model for the cover looks exactly like my mother looked like when she was that age. Exactly like my mother. And so i couldn't believe when i saw it and then the second thing is my husband came up with the title of the book so he loves it. Because you know. I write tens and tens and tens and tens of thousands of words. He writes five and he gets the cover. Gee i wonder how many times he tells you about that. Yes i know. I'd never let my wife forget. He doesn't well marjorie. Tell us about what's happening now with when the men were gone. Well just yesterday. I got some pretty good news. We're under contract with a couple of of a dump producers and they already have a a studio that i can't give the name of yet because it's not a announced yet but they're working with a studio and that studio assigned to screenwriter and i've seen the treatment for the draft we zoom. We went on and Went over what what probably was necessary to be included and now they're looking for attachments and we should know in the next maybe four to six weeks who we might have directing the film and and maybe even shortly after that will be playing timeline so i am just beyond thrilled. It's just. I still can't believe this is half as awesome. Who would you like to see. Play tai lean. Well they'll get mad at me by saying anything I know when i was still riding in. I was sort of thinking of any atoms. I mean i wrote with picture of the real titling next to my computer. So i was always thinking about her but there are a lot of people that i think would be. You know fantastic. I will. She tiling like she feisty she fiery like you know what i mean like all that plays into who yes. She's kind of calm cool and collected. She was a combination of both. She kind of knew how to pick her spots and so she wasn't like a comedian so she's not like hilarious funny or anything like that but but she was very driven very determined and and she could go toe to toe with anybody so she was tough but she was also very warm. You know she was protecting the boys you know. She didn't want them to go off to war until they were men. Finished your childhood and then go do what men do right right. Yeah that that's amazing. What a what a great story and so for both of you who were strong women. What would you say are fans who are women in and that are trying to make a next step for different transition life. What advice would you give them. So marnie tell me a little bit then marjorie ligo. Well i think for me. It was really a. I'm so grateful that there are so many amazing women out there or men that really understand the value of what we are what we can bring to the table so for other women other young women out there just know your value and find the people. Try to find the people that will be your cheerleaders. Not everybody's whatever you are. They'll find your cheerleaders cheer for them. Let them cheer for you. And i just remember that ultimately you're going to get there like befall inch-by-inch every you know. Just keep moving the ball down the field and you will get there but definitely try to find your cheerleaders and there might just be want your leader and that's okay because all it takes one cheerleader cheering for you. You'll you'll get their awesome marjorie. What advice you would give somebody. I've had a lot of people. Ask me this That sounds they come up to me and they say i wanted to be a sports writer too but i got a few knows and i just change directions and and so you know. They regretted it they like. Why didn't i just persist at. That's what i wanted to do. So i would tell them in are to be doors that close but if you keep going after it they're gonna there's going to be a door that opens and so don't give up. Just keep going keep going and and it's like the advice. My mom gave me when i was little. There was no such thing as nike at the time. But when i would tell her anything that i wanted to do Would just look.
"marjorie" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"And and i'm finding out about tiny wilson and all of her coaching. And all of a sudden i just got like i want to get on the field so when when texas wesley brought its football program back. For the first time in twenty seventeen it had disbanded in nineteen forty two shortly after harper happened and the football team. Just wanna share the conference championship. But they all decided to go serve the country and the team disbanded so so now they're coming back for the first time in two thousand seventeen in the school didn't have much of a budget. So a lot of their coaches had to be volunteers and slow. I went in. I met with the head coach and told him. I wanted to be one of the volunteers. He asked me what position. Do you want to volunteer. And i said. I would like to work with with the wide receivers. He said okay. And the siamese defensive backs and linebackers and and so i just started scouting did scouting reports. And i worked with players on the field. We have practices at five forty five six forty six o'clock in the morning because there was no field so we had to use a local high school and we would show up in. It was dark and the lights. Were on week of here. The roosters in in the neighborhood and we'd practice until the sun came out and it was very surreal. But but yeah. I during games. I was the headset and i'll have to save one thing Whenever i'm watching football. And i see the head. Coach chewing gum into the headset still cringe. Because we're all listening to the jumping up in up in the. But i had a great working relationship with athletes. I just heard tiling did during her journey that if these young men no you have some sort of knowledge or something that you can bring to them that will make them better that than it doesn't matter that you didn't play it or that you were not a man so it worked out very nicely marnie. You ever wanted to coach football. But you know what i feel like having two boys that football while i'm not the official all have not been on the field. Coaching being a mom in an advocate of teenagers playing sports. I think that i've done a little bit of a behind the scenes coaching. But sure i think marjorie ninety to not talk about picking up and doing some coaching together. So i mean. Coaching is really about being a lino. Got you know you coach. Coaching a lot of it's about strategy and so forth but about being a leader both on and off the field and that to me. It's interesting it's like. I look back at some of these coaches and the players that played for them. The ones that seemed to be really successful had great coaches that really taught them. Leadership skills like coach from so many people that played under coach. Meal have gone on have tremendous success after the football you know and so i think that the great coach it's about really being a great leader and a great football online which you know is i don't know if i have a good football i don't know if i have a good football mind but i don't know if i have a football mind as some of these guys are so good. These guys that coaching. You're not taught that right. I wasn't. I coached high school. Football coach ezekiel elliott marjorie. I don't know if you knew that in high school. Yeah so and you know and you go in from the nfl. And you're saying okay. I know a lot about football and football right. I been doing this for twenty five years. I should be able to coach. But there's so many other aspects to coaching that you don't know about right. You aren't taught like cause you i've dealt with. Nfl coaches for fifteen years. And they're dealing with other men all of a sudden you're dealing with these kids in high school and so many things that i had to learn and so many things that i screwed up and i'd have to apologize for and and you know. Make sure the kids knew that. I was for them and not against them and in change the whole way i talked because people without that knowledge. You have to treat them like they don't know all the time and they don't write my true my my father-in-law my wife's dad coached football for forty two years. Who has telling you about the winter. New mexico state. He tells a great story he said look. I went out and coached a kid told him to get in a three point. Stance eight put three fingers down bent over and put his hand down. He said okay. What's this guy doing. He's getting the two point stance. He put two fingers down gotten a stance and he said all right getting a four point stance. He put forefingers down. He said that just made me realize that you know you. You can't assume as a coach at anybody knows what they're talking about. You really have to teach and coach and be a leader the very very basic very basic Boom and that is so true and even beyond that. They've got so many things going on in their lives and And they need somebody that they can talk to as well and and then they also you know one of the things. That really bothered me. When when i first started coaching at texas wesleyan is the practices. Were so quiet and i just felt like nobody knows each other. They don't know each other they don't know how to take to pull for each other. They weren't connected yet. You know. I mean i just feel like quite practice is not a good practice and and so there are just so many things that you don't need to think about that all of a sudden present themselves. Yeah yeah it's always a learning experience so tell me a little bit about how now you've gone to coaching. And you start thinking about thailand. I can't imagine like you're going to write this story about her. And now you're coaching you and it just to me. It seems so surreal. That that's the path you took and that's the story you wrote. Yeah well you know. I wanted to her story to be so optic because she's a a real person you know. Even though it's a novel i didn't just make up in my head and create a story. I had to be very true to her story and to who she is. And you know. I've always taught at the university level which is helped me in coaching. Because i've been around kids at age on. But but i teach media ethics also at the university of north texas and not an ethical obligation to her legacy and and and so. I had to do a lot of research to make antic and newspaper clippings where i could see direct quotes and know how she spoke and and i had to get to know who she was. Because i wrote the book as you know in first person and so i became timeline. Essentially telling the readers which she would want us to know. And and i think having that experience on the field like when i worked at walked on the football field for the first time in a coach's role i just couldn't stop looking at my feet thinking. These are feet of a football coach on a football field. Goal was really. It was a pretty awesome moment but So so yeah. I just had to connect with her and her story and as a result they gotta room in the press box at the football high school football field. Call the tyler wilson room. They i- rhythm for the exhibit at the app for herds. Visit the round county museum of history. Just today. i got an email from somebody wanted to ask was.
"marjorie" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Hey everyone welcome back to the huddle up with gus podcasts. I appreciate you listening. I want to thank all of our our sponsors. Everybody that's helping us. Six thirty one digital news sounder. fm vegas sports advantage. Go to vegas sports advantage. Use my code huddle up and you know maybe you can save some money and winsome cash. So we're talking with marjorie or lewis. She has a great book win. The men were gone. It's all about Wilbur. to lady. who takes over coaching football on a team when the coach lease because he has to go fight in world war two. So it's an amazing story. We're going to get into the little bit of that but martin before we get into that. I have a question from a fan if you don't mind okay. So this is from randy jacobs in chevy chase maryland. Randy wants to know. What is your favorite memory or player interaction. you had with the cowboys. Oh great question randy. Okay i could pick a lot of you know from a training camp sitting under a tree interviewing mersal walker on a beautiful day. But i have to tell you one that that has always stuck with me was when herschel walker supplanted tornado set in the starting lineup. There was a home game where dorset didn't play at all. And now you picture this guy who's heisman trophy winner. He's he's a first round draft pick. He's a star for the cowboys for so many years. And now he's sitting entire game and so when the game was over we left. We went to the interview room for the players We have access to interviewing and tony left. He didn't wanna talk to the media. So i. I called my sports editor. Because he really wanted me to talk to tony. I said well he's gone. So you know he didn't stay the interviews and my sports editor said within. You gotta go to his house now remember. I had that list of numbers addresses. And everything i'm like. Oh please take out. I don't wanna be those people that chase after and everything. He's you got to so. I get my car and drove over to tony's house. He lived in a cul de sac. In north dallas. There are a lot of cars parked in front of this house. So i figured all his friends have come over and they were kind of talking about how mad they were that he hadn't played and i'm thinking okay here we go. I knock on the door. Tony opens up during. He sees me and he goes. Oh no i didn't wanna talk to the press this what you wanted the greeting you want when you open up as it tony. I don't wanna be here either. This is the last place. I want to be. But i have a job to do. So can we talk just for a few minutes just a few minutes and he said well we can't come in here. The hell houses full. There's no place to talk. So he said okay and we sat on the curve. Now here's a star. Nfl athletes and we're sitting like two kids in the of the house on the curb of the sideway of the The sidewalk and we talked and talked and talked and he opened up and he told me everything how he felt about sitting and what he might do next. Of course we know. He ended up with the broncos And i was the only one who had the story the next day. Nobody else did. And we just had a great conversation. It just turns into a great conversation that never even felt like an interview. Yeah i will say that. The the best conversations. I've had people that are just honest and real with you and in all the years i've played Fifteen that you know you knew hannah. The media people that were honest and wrote the truth. You know not necessarily f- Not the truth stats and all that. That's easy to find out but it about who you were. Yeah i had a bad game. Or i had a great game but i'm a good person i have a you know a three kids. I have loving wife and it just a great family like to me when those when it felt like. That wasn't being said about me. That made it. You know harder to to talk to that person. I totally get it. I totally get in fact. One time john dutton was having he decided. He didn't like the way Reporters were covering How he was doing at that time he didn't wanna talk to the media anymore at one point a really wanted to talk to him and i said john. Can i just ask you three questions. I'm not talking to the media. No i said please just three questions. Finally he said okay after he talked and talked after finish the third question he answered it and then he stood there waiting for the next question and i looked at him. I said i could ask you at least three more but that was three. And that's what you agree to. And so he was shocked. Because i stopped and from then on anytime i needed to talk to them about anything he knew that i didn't i wasn't gonna be dishonest and keep asking questions. Just because he had lost track of. That was three. And things like that that i think really made an impression on on the guys definitely so marnie. How's it going down in tampa are you for tonight. Yeah well the weather's clearing up a little bit. It was a little rainy. Because that's what happens. Looks like it's not enough. People are starting to definitely get you know you can feel. This is what the great thing is. And i know both of you can understand and relate just that that feeling of excitement before a game. Whatever it really. Obviously this is a big game. Because it's the opening of the season but before any game whether you're watching d three you know those guys playing whether you're at university of tulsa penn state or professional football game so it's definitely i can hear. You can hear miley cyrus singing in the herself but miley you know they're they're getting ready for some wild while activities down here for sure. Yeah it's usually What's his name. Hanke hank williams you. He's playing somewhere right now. Getting ready for football. I mean it's always exciting. The first game of the year and the nfl does such a good job. I talked about this today. They do such a good job with the fan engagement and promoting the game and how connected everybody gets to the game. So and so the nfl. Ever come to you marjorie and say like he. You need to make sure that you're connecting or just let you write whatever you don't like never just whatever that's awesome you know big company sometimes wanna wanna make sure. Everybody knows what they what they want them. Oh yeah yeah no i think. Part of the problem was an texan. Tom landry they. They knew they knew that they weren't going to be able to dictate. You know any of the stories are any of the direction of the well. They know of two small is in there. We weren't going to be able to tell her anything are ran. Oh yes you're right right so okay so you get done writing and i'm excited to hear about your next chapter because you know you went to texas wesleyan. I've been there before and tell me a little bit about your experience there because you were coach. You're an assistant. You help the coaches you were in the press box. Giving them information of how did that come about where you you got to be a coach real i. i just never even thought about coaching. It came about because i was working on.
"marjorie" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Jr and and and covered a lot of amazing athletes. Who went on to be doctors and lawyers and teachers professors. I loved it. I loved it. D three seems to be like the guys who really want to keep playing like. There's just love of football right. it's not gonna be like your alabama's where it's all the spectacular stuff but guys And people who want to just go out and continue to play and you know what's funny is my i d three game after seeing. Nfl game my brain was so wired for the speed of the nfl. That when i saw my i d three game. I could sworn they were running backward. I mean it was so slow that it took a while for my brain to adjust Yeah i can see. That definitely happened happening. Yeah i mean morning so you probably can relate to marjorie and her girls being out in the field and you know when you. You've probably ran around the stadium in philadelphia all the time i did you know and when you talk about the play of the of a professional football game often my grandfather would take me on the field during a game. It would really upset my mother because she was like dad. You know. she's a little person and the pace of play ball flying everywhere. You don't know an nfl game where they're gonna wind up. I love the excitement of it of just being on the field. There's nothing more exciting than being on a football field. Whatever it is whether it's a d. Three are professional football field. There's something about just running around and seeing what's going on and being in the middle of the action is so great and i love it. You know you taught your daughters. Obviously the same love of passion that you have for football that that i i have to and it really is something that i think is great for young women to to speak football and then you become marjorie. Like people know. Oh she's the football lady. Which is kind of a little bit. And i wanted to share the story about how you ended up learning about. You know how when the men were gone how that can into action because you really because everyone knows. You're the football eighty. Yeah yeah so. I found out about timeline wilson. When i went to get allergy shots and i was wearing a t shirt at had the university of tulsa. And i get out. And the allergist this nurse. Jean then she sees me and she says oh a woman who loves football due to all the women in my family love football because my great aunt was a football coach. And i was like your once and i and she says my great aunt and and i was trying not to hyperventilate. That i'm hearing a story like this. And i asked her. I said where was this. And she says brownwood texas now if you know. High school. Football in texas brownwood is one of the more iconic cities a little towns They had just had a famous football coach. Gordon would their stadiums named after him he had won seven state championships around. Would and and i was just like oh my gosh and i said when was it and she said during world war two and my father was a world war. Two veterans have always been fascinated by that part of history. So i started asking her all kinds of questions by the time i left my appointment. She astor she would let me write to her aunt's biography and she said that would be wonderful. Unfortunately her aunt story much of it was lost to time. So i wrote a novel based around everything that i knew to be true and i found that in my research and i had a lot of similarities and so i think my life experiences i bring that into the story i. I don't think i could have written her story. With such a level of autheniticity had i not had the experiences i had as a as a sports editor that sports writers so so it was just like let landed on my lap in his totally changed my life yet no. That's that's wonderful. 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"marjorie" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Then. I think what the eighties were like. And then when the nineties happened and they start winning all the super bowl i mean. I was in washington at that time. And i had to play against all of that so they were pretty good. They are and even though it wasn't covering the team anymore during those nineties seasons where they were winning super bowls. I was doing a lot of feature stories so so you know. I do a day in the life at troy aikman day in the life of michael irvin. I got to know those guys pretty well too. That's amazing marjorie. I mean so. Also you're able to really track something like eighties without technology and then going into i mean so. That's another whole thing that all the resources that writers have available now. How did you do your homework. I mean how did you get prepared for the games to actually then go and then write a really comprehensive story about that you talked to a lotta people lots of people and you had to have respect within the organization they were gonna tell you things you know and so So that i was very fortunate to have a lot of people within the organization who trusted me enough to talk to me a lot and so that's really what it was it. Just you know the cowboys. In those days tech schramm the minute you became a beat writer. He would give you a list of all the coaches and ministration people. The football players their phone numbers their home address. We have total access to everybody at any time. Isn't that i know it's really amazing. It was so different. I know my grandfather was a big fan of tax emergencies. But that is so different now when you think when you think about how now yes but tex really believed in in the The idea of getting the names out getting the coverage getting wanted to make is easy for us to interview. Get information now. Did he always like it. Sometimes he'd call me cussing you know so that was okay too because usually when he was mad about something yet you broke. It's because he knew you're right and it just didn't work out there yet but but but but that was it. I talked to a lot of people. I had really good working relationships with the at the players coaches and And and it really worked in my favorite. I was very grateful for that. I have to say at one point. When i was first hired at the start telling him as a sports writer not necessarily a cowboys writer. My sports editor the first day. That i got to work he asked me. If you're ever put on a cowboys. Beat how would you handle it. And i told him. I'd never forget that the athletes were people. I would be there. I would always try to get different sides to situation. And that's what i've done with college in high school athletes. I don't look at them as a commodity or a news story that their people and he looked at me and he said you'll never make it in this business. And i was like won't so two years later. A new sports editor puts me on the beat. And what happens in the middle of my first seats and covering the cowboys i get a call from. Nfl game day magazine. They want write the the lead story for their magazine. That would be placed in stadiums across the country. I couldn't do it because of conflict of interest. But i asked him. Where are you asking me. And they simply because we think the best. Nfl writer in the country. This was nineteen eighty six. So something i did work. Even though my boss told me i would never make. Wow that's amazing and also the story of of your first press box experience. Can you tell us a little bit about that. 'cause i understand like you know. There's mutual respect between you and the and coaches. That's kind of how we're all brought up and taught right but you're competing. It's all these other guys in the press box in you walk in and tell us a little bit about that dynamic would probably a little bit different. That was something. I really didn't even expect but what happened is i walk into the press box for the first game which was going to be an exhibition. Game and traditionally like in every. Nfl press fox. You have the front row is reserved for beat writers and and maybe a columnist so we have traditionally to beat writers. Each of the papers had to beat writers and columnists with are three seats in the front row. So i walk in and i go to. It didn't have our names on it. Beat writer and i went my set at a beat broader spot in the front row and i'm sitting there unpacking my computer. My bag getting ready for for the game and my telephone rings. And i pick it up in his my sports editor and he says the guys just called me. They're they're really upset. What's going on out there. And i'm like what are you talking about. Apparently somebody's in the front row. That's not supposed to be there. And i'm thinking Nobody else had sat down. So of course i knew it was talking about and i said well. Who do you think it is. And he said well is it and he starts throwing out all these names of people that were going to be there to write Some some features or something else and and finally after he'd gone through this list of men he says you and i said yes. It's me and you know what his response was. He said. Get back there. And i might get back there and i just said to him. You know what. I'm beat writer and the beat writers sit in the front row and i am not moving unless you take me off the beat. Now then i'll move. But otherwise if i'm still in the b. i'm sitting here and i'm not moving and so he said okay. You handle the guys. And i said no problem okay and then not one of approach me and i sat there for years right now. That's awesome and that's kind of what you have to do. It's not an you know when you stand up for yourself you're not necessarily standing up in a mean way or anything you're just you're just who you are and people respect that and i think that's probably what would sounds like what happened to me. I was just doing my job. I mean the only thing that is different with me in any other beat writer was that i was emailing if the seats were for the beat writers. And that's where. I was gonna sit right. That's that's amazing marjorie. But i definitely think you know which is the whole theme of you know gusts show about sports kind of bringing everybody together and really educating us on the playing field. So you're playing. Field was no being a beat writer and that was it. You were suited up to play and you want that job and you were going to do everything you could to protect that job and you did nats miss and the relationships changed over over a very short period of time the my colleagues and competitors really warrant you know they brought me into the into the the clubs so to speak and we had great relationships. In fact it was randy galloway. You've probably heard of him if you're familiar with the fort worth area but without Newspaper industry but he's the one that brought me over to the taos morning news we were competitors and he said we're tired of u- kicking us in the fanny come over work with us and i. Do you think that was the moment that you realized that was there one moment where like okay. Wait a minute. I got this. Was there a moment that you realized that or was that it or how did that. I think the moment was the west or getting treated in the press box. Everybody i felt like everybody had warmed up to me. I think at first. When i showed up they were just it was just new and different and they didn't know how to respond but it didn't take long for them to see that i was a student of the game. I knew what. I was writing that what i was talking about and we ended up on road trips. And everything all going out to dinner together and we play on softball teams together and when the cowboys played the bears in london. I was part of the taos fort worth media softball team and we played against the chicago.
"marjorie" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"The next level and help you in your writing. I did a lot of sports but they didn't offer bar cities except for like in volleyball. At the time it was called g the girls athletic association. But i went to a school in high school. A catholic school saint michael's high school up until just a few years have been an all boys school and when the all girls school an obvious gold merged together the christian brothers that ran the school. They didn't have any experience with girls. They didn't know how to deal with girls so whenever we told them we wanted something. they're like. Okay so we said. We want that basketball okay. We want volleyball tennis. We want flag football. They never turned down for anything. And so as a result. Even though i got to play in a lot of different sports the sanctioned by the state yet as varsity i don't i was ever turned down i played on the bowling club. I played on the on. The ski team downhill ski team. The the brothers just never said no the girls. It was great so so i got that experience basketball was always my favorite and i have to say one of my biggest regrets is when i went to state my freshman year i was offered a walk on on the girls basketball team and five feet to and and i didn't do it and i think that's my biggest regret. I think the reason. I didn't is i wanted to play intramural so that i could play everything so i played football basketball softball in everything. You don't water polo. I just didn't want to commit to one sport. But anyway after college. I became a sports writer for a phoenix magazine. And and then also i went. I went moved to dallas. And and why did you pick arizona state. it was it just Who was it was a close factor. Was it both the clothes and the or was it the party school time. No actually my family was went through arizona in the summer on our way to california and our car broke down outside of humor. And i had never been so hot and miserable in my life so when picking a call. It's my parents. You can go anywhere in the country and people would ask me. I'd san going anywhere that amazon. And then also i had this realization. Wait a minute. I'm going to be there during the school year and basketball courts outside during the winter so i could play the whole nine months eight months. I'm at school. And i picked arizona state. Because i can play basketball outside in the winter. Isn't that just the high level of thinking. Exactly how my kids pick school to nor regrets so i studied journalism especially broadcast journalism at the time and then When i moved to dallas. I went to smu for while in studied print journalism. Because i decided that's where my interest was and and then eventually worked my way up to the fort worth star-telegram in later the taos morning news so i couldn't be more thrilled with how that all worked out. Yeah no that's great and and you know just being in sports and having that a part of your life i think that it brings. It adds so much to our character and who we are and it it makes us you know be with other people and trust them and have to do all those things so tell me a little bit about how when you started working in the industry and a lot of times you were the first female. And how did that. Like those sports net. Competitiveness help you in no situations. Well because i never got a chance to really compete in in a high level in athletics I used the newspaper competition as my business. I'm gonna win. And what was so wonderful was when i was covering the cowboys. The dallas area dallas fort worth area had three big newspapers. I was with the star-telegram when i first started covering the cowboys. Then there's douse morning. News in the old dallas times herald and competition was fierce. And so this was my playing field. And all i ever wanted to do was break. The story you know win the competition and so that's sort of how i got my my experience so to speak on the field and and being the first woman to cover the cowboys i have stories that could go on for for days but the bottom line really was ninety. Nine they've just telling them here marjorie said they've been telling them here but at the time it was very positive guys did respect. The work i did and we developed very good professional relationships. In fact to this day. I still hear from tim. Newson jim jeffco. And you know at run into danny Herschel walker two said we have great. We built rate a mutual respect and so it was a good experience at if. You're ready fanatic. Don't let me know throw a couple out there. But i you know you said you were five two and i know some football players are massive right. There's there's guys that have been six eight especially on the cowboys and so tell me about the first experience you had you had to interview. Somebody was you know. Say a foot and a half taller new. And what was that experience. Pretty you know to see those kind of contrast or pretty funny. Yes i'll one of the best was when i was interviewing talk jones and i started talking to them. I'm looking like this. And he looked at me and he said you like me to sit down. And i said now that's okay. We're good but then he said you're just too small and that's stuck so every time he saw me for years i was too small. Hey there's small even after. I stopped covering the team. And i was at a charity event. That he happened to be at he was in this room. Swore by people and percy was tall high above the cluster and he looked off to the distance. Saw me walking in and this was like ten years after thirteen and he yells out. There's small back there's to me that's awesome. It's done that. I'm six four and i've looked at the guys that have been like this. Do how something this guy like these massive hopefully on offense defense 'cause with when leeann let was running after me and hit me a few times you know those big guys doesn't feel great now rated all had neck surgery it was probably because the workers comp for neck surgery for looking too much but Yeah so it sounds like you just had such a good report with all the players. What was your last year that you've covered. Dallas was the first year of jimmy johnson. Coming in and taking over the team after that I covered the team sporadically. But i didn't wasn't beat at that time. Anything so so experienced the transition. I had just had my first child and i was on maternity leave and the team was sold and i was so mad that i couldn't break that story right. Yeah that'd be a big story to break. I mean there's a lot going on with the cowboys back.
"marjorie" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Welcome to with gusts fifteen year. Nfl quarterback gus for passion for sports has taken him on the field and behind. The benches play for seven nfl franchises with one hundred fourteen. Tv's expel gusts. Knows who the players are and how the games are one. No every day you get to hang out with an antidote quarterback up old case sports banned from the deck towel and plush sixteen bernie one digital studios jakob snap traps. Kicks to huddle up. What guys to put everyone. Welcome to another episode of huddle up with gus. i'm your host gusts for fifteen years. Nfl quarterback and i want to thank all of our friends and sponsors sixteen thirty one digital news for always being supportive. I wanna thank our team. Brian and terry who do all the work. And i just sit here and talk and i wanna thank sounder. Fm sounder fm has done a great job with their podcast and helping other podcasters Promote their shows. Put them out there so sounder. Fm thank you so much and vegas sports advantage. Thank you go there and if you want to try and win some money tonight with the tampa bay in dallas. I think they're going to give you the right. Pick so use my code huddle up a to l. e. Up and save some money and winsome cash right so everyone we got another show. We got our co host back morning morning. How're you doing today. I'm doing great thanks us. I'm having a good time. I'm in tampa bay florida. And apparently there's a football game with evenings so that is very exciting. So tomorrow he's back and she's got a new book and it's about tampa so tell us a little bit about your book and what you're doing down tampa well. My new book is football. Freddie and fumbled the dog game day in tampa bay some very excited because we get to travel through the great city of tampa bay where the champs are and also touch on grading ten and clearwater and saint pete and get to see some really fun places around there and wind up at the stadium to cheer on the hometown heroes. So that's lots of fun when you open. The last page of your book can't go off like the ship at the stadium that would be very high production values orbiting dangerous for young children. So no but it's a good idea in the animated version it will. We will make sure that happens. And that's something lots of fun. I mean i remember being down in tampa bay as a young girl when my grandfather on the eagles and the colors of tampa bay were that crimson color which was such a fun color to to see on the field. Now it's a little more. Their colors are a little more dangerous. Now i would say but that's going for yes. Color generally put fear into anybody's heartache. Cranes the goal hard to you know hard to feel really kind of like a tough guy and a critical jersey but it was a good caller. Definitely certainly lots of cowboy fancier lots of people. You may travel of cowboy fan. We have our guest today. I think is a big cowboy fan and has also written about the cowboys has been one of the beat writers for the cowboys. She is a first of many and so joining us today. Marnie is your friend and she was nice enough to send me her book. Marjorie harare lewis right and written a book win. The men were gone. So i can't wait to talk about it but martin once you tell us a little bit about marjorie in your relationship with her. So marjorie is an amazing writer. Amazing lady an amazing advocate for women's sports really truly and a friend of mine. That's a mutual friend of ours. Had said you know marjorie wrote this book called when the men were gone and i think it's something that you would really enjoy so i ordered the block and i read it in one day because it was so good and it really. It was such an amazing book. And i mean strongly i mean i had not read a book like i mean like a real book very like that that quickly in a very long time but this book was so amazing that i really couldn't put it down so i then begged my friend who had connected us to please like. Can you please just tell her that. I'm a fan. And i wanted to talk to her. Because i'm really so obsessed with this book and then she was so gracious and extended an opportunity for us to communicate. And then i was really i girl out on our and i'm so glad that i did. Because then i got to know a little bit about marjorie and why this book one when the men were gone so special and so amazing because marjorie tells the story and obviously she wrote the book. Although i really wish i had written a book because i love it so much about these amazing people that were at a time and place and i'm going to let marjorie share all. Her net really overcame obstacles. And that's one of the things. I love about football. Is that like really anybody. If you have some passion and drive and grit you can play. You can coach. You can be involved in football. And that's what these amazing people in brownwood texas did way way back so zoey show the author that that marnie spoke so highly of. How're you doing today. And thank you for coming on with gus. Well it's great to be here. Thank you for the invitation and morning. I'm very humbled by your words. Thank you your way to kind. But i'm doing great. I'm out in santa fe new mexico and so i'm out of the dallas fort worth for a little while i'm doing doing well and enjoying this life. Experiences journey has been taking me ever since the book out. Well i think your journey has been incredible. Ever since you've been in high school you know just just in what you've done and everything i've read about you you you've been a i and so many and and you've just been and i think the the best thing i read that i love the most is when you talk about your mom and how she really pushed you guys to be the first in so many things and i think that was great. Can you tell us a little bit about your childhood and how you fell in love with sports. Both my parents are were sports fanatics and they pass that onto me. I'm one of the second of five children that it all resonated with me the most even more so than my brother who's the youngest although he had the opportunity to play more sports at the varsity level than i didn't really exist legit at when i was in high school but if you were to look at pictures of my parents when they were dating in the early fifties almost every picture is in a gym or on a ten score at a baseball field so my father went on to play baseball at college california and And my mother you know she. She living in santa fe new mexico. She could have given us the starting lineup for the university of rhode island. I mean she just knew everything about sports and so it was something we shared. My father taught me how to catch his curve ball and and his fastball. I was about nine or ten years old and my mother taught taught me how to throw a spiral shape. She's the one that kind of connected with two football. My dad was more baseball and basketball. And then a little while so it just is in my blood. I knew that. If i couldn't be college or nfl quarterback. I was going to be at least somehow involved with the game. And that's how i became a sportswriter writer. I think that's that's incredible until tell us a little bit about. I mean you said you didn't really play many sports when i was reading your bio. It said you've played a lot of sports. I mean so. What was your experience like in how your high school sports experience push you to.
"marjorie" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Let us balloons. What did we learn today bella. I learned that thanksgiving. It's the one day of the year. It's a magical day when you can announce your own transcendence to the lord artery store. I remember marjorie. dad die. Bala i lifted and recounted it and still got it for that gene edgy gina to notice the pattern. But i've learned. I think this is important as like a warning for everybody in the world. If you interact with ross public he will talk about it on the wildcats could now i do have many. I'm i live twenty four hours a day. God i choose to so. I engage with a lot of people so not every do have many interaction that i don't i bring you the cream of the crop genome understood which means i need to get out more because it we talk about. Michele martin matching couple get allies. Great literally i literally prepared whole segment and we ended up still always on that we can put it on the club nikki. Do you wanna talk about your thing. I don't want to hijack you buy your your check your buckle. I'm going to give you two sentences because this is what is trending. And i think this goes in under the same umbrella are mondo in kenya. Which is joe joe. I don't know if you know who she is from the app. She began dancing with the stars. So joe from dance. Moms is one of the dancers from you. Know did dance moms. Do you remember her shift with the big bow out star now like social media bill yet. She came out she gay. She came out she's gay. She likes girls and she went She's on dancing with the stars which is great but she'll be the first couple that will ever be same sex couple of dancing with the stars so she's paired up with a female professional dancer and they will be dancing together and i thought that was kinda cool when they we were talking about doing dancing the stars. I said i wanted to be with a partner. Same sex partner dancing woman. Yeah so that didn't happen But good for judge. Oh yeah great joe joe. It's kind of cool so it every story. Every time we tell a new version of the same old story like you did to marjorie like kenan armando doing and like joe joe is doing. We expose those parts of ourselves to more and more people and eventually. That's the norm. We've in theme right and now this is a great teams in the shower. And you're right there. Well job nicole call. If you wanna follow nikki you can follow her. At dickey's boyer on all social media Let's talk talk it out. Life coach dot com yet and then dying for sex is the podcast of the year of list to at europe. Damn fool i if you want to follow malone you can't. It's mr malone on all social media. It's gay kicked with past available on patriot. An automatic hen writer dot com book rita. Now yes arbs again. Cj is not to me. you're still also listening off for you. My phone bounced me lousy. Spoke and i. It says he signed back in. I have the pass or anybody says. Now i need to be authenticated. The.
"marjorie" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Are full. I watched acre so much. Everyone make sure you're tuning in ninety days beyond say a specific other way. It airs sundays at east on. Tlc seasons retiring right now. All of us are caught up. And i wanna thank you are mondo and welcome back anytime i would think you trending all fields. Cj and whatever malone dot going on off worst show on the way.
"marjorie" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Up i'm sorry. Yes this fasting. So what do you do for real for for for work kenny. Armanda would you say that we didn't do like some people. Think you got on the show because you wanted to like. Get some kind of thing where you wanted to sell. We did not go on this show. It's high to get paying the south up or do anything. We're real real people and we didn't come in for any agenda at all just to be ourselves and the only agenda we might have is because we want to show a positive They have had a lotta outside struggles. Some other people lead. We just wanted to show some positivie. It's true on what i what i then. Poppy management years and selling and buying real estate. And i still have do some of that from here. Or models and architects so armando. You're at work. You're at your desk doing architecture work and are your co-worker like you know do they ask you about stacy and darcy. I mean you know like odd thing. The again since we are in mexico. Everybody that i do know. They don't really know about the show. I don't get a lot less. I mean now it's like virtual home. Note i just think it's so fascinating that real people who aren't ready for stardom don't know what it is. Go on this show. That it's like i said trending number one. Everybody watches it. And it just ball to this place and it must be so surreal. I think about it. As i started as somebody who was in a college dorm one day and on national television the next day on the tonight show and i always assumed i was going to be famous so i was like reading. You remember that. I've watched bunch of different things. I never had one line. You really have is like i'm a talker. Now when you're on the tucker now. Yeah when i lost weight. Yeah but i think about so. I felt ready for it because i just always assumed it was going to happen. But when that spotlight hits and people suddenly have an opinion about you and you are an architect and a property manager realtor by which arlene cohen. What is it like. Was there a moment of what the fuck have i done. It's not a whole lot because we did get so much. I think if it would have gone the other way we have more like what the hell did. I do and i kind of going back to what we were talking about earlier like we do not the shelter the fan base. It is a lot of republican older woman that much on so much accepting of gay individuals in the fact that we've been messages from them saying come a long way real quick We've had so many messages from that. Do not accept their children could not see how they could ever be in some kind of Marriage or love somebody of the same sex. They saw our story and rodas. Today i am it. I want my son or my daughter to find love like beautiful. I want i want this. I want that. I beat had even some teenagers at yankee. Stay in. I don't know why i want to say like this sort of saved your life. Because they realize they weren't alone that they need support in. I always say that about you. Belie comedown like what's his pride of why shoving this downards throw pry bikes but it's true. It's like there's so many kids and young people going to bed at night wondering that there should be dead or alive and that's what they need to know there's other people out there and you can have a perfectly normal life and if your family's not gonna come along with the ride you can choose your family down the line between it's funny you talk about that s- because i i talked earlier in the show but a similar thing about The power of being yourself and what that can do And an even as fully evolved as we are an aboard all on a national platform being on our our authentic selves. It can still even after all these years. Be scary sometimes. And i love that. You're hearing from people that surprise you because a lot of these middle america people who don't know people you may be the first couple they've ever known you withdrawn tv. They think they know exactly and that sort of the theme of this weekend. It's why i well. It's one of two reasons. Why i wanna talk to you. I really wanted for the curtain. Back on ninety. Find out a little bit more. And i have more questions but i also just want to praise you guys for doing it. You're the first male gay couple on that franchise and i hope to see. I hope to see more. Can i just ask apple frivolous questions about the show. Absolutely will try when they do your interviews when you talk to camera are you. Is that really. You're living behind yours a green screen because some people i'm like i know you don't live there. Those are really. They're actually rooms. Start out in a film if you're in a certain home or something that they get It's not always your home. Because i look at some people's the background on my i know i know you're not that tidy. I think some of those often at they might do some people that i know our show. They get around. He's so way. Is this your home behind you. Right now is okay. that's really cute. I'm okay do you hang out with other members of your cast and or other ninety day franchises all because of the pandemic. We haven't had a lot of people were friends with. A lot of people are social media and actually like this is how people can come together in a little way. If you watch this season you are jobe right. Of course them jobe from new orleans become really super good. Rams we talk almost every day. People have two different backgrounds. Different lifestyles whatever. It just be super brands and just get along really great and we really do. We just did a live with them last week. And i told you are. We will not take into a strip club. You don't have to worry about matt. Great i like her. I like her a lot. I do not your. I didn't like her at first. I thought but then i I really think she's super authentic. Here i do to weeks. You're hated the next week. You're credit you have to. Do you ever talk smack about somebody else. On one of the franchise's with somebody from another one franchise. I'm like oh. Can you believe that bitch dead. Elena among we have among us but nothing. There's chew bad you know. Then everybody has different lives and how they live like. We're like. I wouldn't do it that way i would do this. Or what the hell they do inch. And i'm sure there's people that talk smack about us but have you met. Angie have you met. Angie enjoy her yeah she's a she's a pistol. I'm gonna open the floor any other a question and i might bring a loon into question to any questions. Raise your hand malone. Yes first of all. I think you both are amazing. Parents and i love. How can you raised your kids and armando. Your daughter is so adorable. And i love how accepting and she is of both of you and your relationship. Does she ever get uncomfortable with all that the cameras the lights and everything and and how's your dog. Kenny i had a little bit. She she's sizewell. So it took her a minute to but she kinda she doesn't get like the attention again she doesn't get on our thing still q. Grasp at all kind of thing but your dog kenny. How's your dog is almost seventeen and a half and great would you mind loon. Loons are members of our podcast family. Could you come on in here loons. They question syllabus ghani bisexual. Jean please no question for kevin are mono are kenneth armando from nine hundred. Fiance the other way air sundays. At eight him. -til seat my question. I guess it'd be Advice to have other couples jeanine glued.
"marjorie" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"On you and whatever happens happens. We're going to go by our takes when we went into the show. We said if we're going to do this we're going to be real. Where is going to be ourselves. You know nothing's manufacturer. Nothing's made up. We are really ourselves the nissen if people like us. They like if they don't they don't if let's say the else they likes us if they don't. I don't know we were going to be ourselves. So they come and they really do this. Film your life for the most. It's you know it's really is just that for art in our case and we know what certain things are going to be coming up or whatever in our lives and we actually to make things really a truthful with us. There's been a few things where we talk each other about. Stop because we really wanted to be real. Oh wow that question too. I had like if something comes up. You need off your chest. But there's no camera around. You're like i'm gonna keep this in intel show really really something. Obviously we talk every day. But you know. If i'm gonna throw a pot or pan. I just wait for the show. This is gonna. What about the sax like when you close that door. Will you have sex time. You shut the door and said we have things to did you go. Did you continue and have sex malone. You're talking about actual scene where they closed our and they close the door and and told the cat said to the camera like we gotta get busy now. You'll get you really have sex. Whether crew was outside your door or to our only fan. I'm just kidding. We don't ask you owning only fan. The happen naturally like they normally would if the cameras weren't there. It was first night that seen each other for nine months. When i moved here. So you can use your still when you when you tell the cameras. Get out because we're going to get busy. I haven't seen in nine months. I don't care about your show. I gotta be with my men. Do they listen in that case they sure did it was okay. Audio's left that any of it feel like okay. I have been on a bunch of shows and some of them really just point and shoot and someone's like they're trying. You're trying to have a real moment. They're like you one more time because we weren't on you you know and it's like it is so fake i find this show to be very real and shot what we call dirty where it's like you know. There's so much running in as a bump into camera the camera shake it. I love that about the show. Because i'm eavesdropping yet. There's something like with our something like that happened ones where i actually asked like our procedure. Did i say that again. And she said no. We'll just go with it. I like things organic and how they are in. I appreciated that on bread. And they made us continue with our story just being Letting levy we wouldn't have done this or continue this for another season or anything if we thought it was something that was right. So here's a question because you are on your third season of ninety day the other way three but it's our second. It's your second season but we on season three. So do you get. Do you get raises. Do you get rick show. How does this work you know. I am fascinated humongous millions. It's always trending number one. I mean this is a huge hit show franchise once you're cast on a show like this. Are you a millionaire read. We're going to go. it's too bad you're gonna come watch hate again worker. You and how's it. How's it been dealing with social media and everything since you've been on the show because most shows when you see either gave people are gay couples. It's always something extra indorama behind it but there's such heart your story. So how's it been social media end when you're out side since you say the show plays they're now. Let me tell you something. We didn't know what to expect because we didn't. I didn't know this. Even being a fan mandating onset before i was even thought about being on the show. I didn't follow these cast members or anything sosa I wasn't bad. But i couldn't believe the band. Based and how strong van basis for night against they're very passionate about the cast members. Love them or hate him them. You know you're getting we didn't know what to expect being a gay couple but we were really embrace. We have had ninety five percent positively on or you have your people that are The even for what we are and all that kind of stop and we kind of just say you know. Have a good day. Somebody gives me a cute. The moti i asked admit arab. Well come out here and you know. I did a couple of times. Everyone's really great. They're coming to us. We haven't that's awesome. That's not. I have more questions about the fame part of it. Can you monetize as can you. You know because when you get the spotlight you do whatever you want with it. I mean there could be a book. Are you guys on cameo on are you on cameo. Now we've done really well. How much is a cameo. If i if you don't know cameos like where i could ask celebrity. Make a video for my for my friend marjorie. Who's turning eighty-one do so. So how much you charge per canio. Our our joint one is like eighty five dollars. I thank you both individually. Like fifty dollars until argon see this is just. This is so smart because you you are stupid. If you don't monetize this exposure you know you. You have it you you signed up for it right. People are invested in you. They care so. I always think about like. I follow danielle from the radio from a ninety day. John say and i'm fascinated by danielle head. And i watched a single It's called the single life now along Discovery plus pay the six ninety nine. Yeah i think. I pay the extra for commercials. I am an okay. And i see her like you know now. She's doing some weight loss shake on her instagram. And i'm like good for her. These people you got it do it. You've got if you can make a penny. Why not get it. Why the skill hot. It's very true. Here's the thing i mean. We started noticing early on people. Get hey for quite a hustle you know and do something else. You're getting something out of it and we always. We weren't sure of what to do. We wait a long time. Actually just did my first sponsorship about three weeks ago. Social media sponsorship accompanying came inside. We hold them in your had a million dollars. But you know we wanna do that. We again a lot of a lot of is is like we don't wanna seem like where we're trying to get something out of the shell at the Will still say crap anyways now. We have said like something we actually like. Yeah we've like these gummy sorry. But like they don't do any what was that. maybe these. What say that part again. A flat tommy. Gummy sir dummy i. It's a gummy gummy. I want that does it. It doesn't work apparently shake him anyway. Not.
"marjorie" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"She said you know all it's time she talking about the good lord and church and growing your own vegetables and daddy totter die when the lord. I show her my wellington and she says well. You should've got yourself a looker. With our moving beat myself this whole i wasted all this time. Notch sharing that with marjorie. Because i didn't think she could take it. I underestimated marjorie. And and i think there's a lesson here because then it opens you want to know how we met what he did for a living and she was. She didn't skip a bit. And so i just. I just want to challenge everyone. If you're ever in that moment where you're like. I don't know if i can share my full self sown because they don't sell marjorie short. Don't underestimate marjorie. She's bucking finger to in eighty years. Whoever marjorie is to you. Don't underestimate people. They will shock the hell out of you. Love that lesson and make sure Fly every flown coach again or big show coming up rate. Just not with an experiment coach. By just gotta go no. No no no it. Isn't that interesting. I why are you saying why you underestimated her. Because like are you just programmed to be a little nervous when like you're assuming that she wouldn't except maybe it's just assumption. I so i go through life telling everybody i'm gay like i'm just. I'm gay like right off the bat. I do on when it comes to like with proudly do it to millions on television right but yeah i just didn't wanna make her comfortable if it was. I just thought silence is better in the scenario. Because i don't know how she's gonna reaction just shut up and that was such a mistake. It was such a mistake and so i really legit was ahead. This dilemma and my head going back and forth for for a couple of hours of like am. I going to tell marjorie. Am i gonna leave this plane without marjorie ever really knowing who i am. What about the best scenario. What'd you think could have happened. If you had just said you were a heart attack or just yelled at you or wanted to move. See i would have been. i'm not. She was so interesting in lovely. Would've broken my heart if she would have said like you know well you're gonna burn in hell or if she would accept jesus christ into your heart hershey just an because i wouldn't have backed down at that like marjorie antsy that kind of name. Just i was paired. I had an arsenal and meanwhile modules like motherfucker. I seen some shit. You're gay next. She really she but it was almost it was like like i said my eyes were brown. Did she just didn't and i just i. I just underestimated her. And it was a good lesson to myself. It's a beautiful thing to more entertaining than Than the movie i have to say. What did you have her on. You could have recorded her. I thought about it. I really did but i have been burnt by the sun a few times with the guess. You know i'm not gonna go into particulars but there are guests who i invite on and then they will not leave me the fuck alone. Okay yes and so. I felt like margarine intersect e intersected. Each other a beautiful moment in time. And think i will let her go like always remember her away. Good luck when you have you a lover and You have perfect weekend together and You're not meant to be forever but gosh. That was just incredible. Love making never had that experience but Way yes oh my god. Gary hanley burying. Hey guys god. Jesus i forgot loons. Oh my god. Oh i was playing the song. Okay well you heard it. I my gosh we bill scotty and gina here. Hi guy de donate back belly. Bella scotty they you look very very handsome But i do have to just turn our attention now to bisexual the gina. Anybody see her outfit. what she's wearing. You kill which are. Cookie fontaine sweatshirt. Now where'd you get that onta- doctor dot com. So i could go there if i wanted to buy some cookie all merch. Yup i definitely recommend going right to cookies instagram. That's how i found it. And then yeah nice sticker. How much support your curious. yeah sweatshirt it's super cute. What what would it run me. It was really reasonably priced. I think it was thirty dollars. Max air fair worth every every water bottles. I do actually think there was a tumbler. Yes yeah interesting something. Wonderful things are tonight folks. I love it sexual gina merchandise every lunacy. Working on it to be determined. Rassi the i don't you think i should be getting a cut of all this merchandise. All these loon merchandise. She just makes me laugh. I listen you can just check my locations factor. I think the contract the all signs you take a close look at it because in there it does say i. I all contract have good merchandise. That'd be little hickeys. Oh my god like you know they could. There's stick on twos but it'd be a great idea. We gotta go guys we have the are mondo coming.
"marjorie" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"And what there's a women's shitter in amend chitter right so here it's like food courts you pull off and there's like dunkin donuts and blimpy what the fuck ever and all the it's crazy So we pulled off and we had to go potty and then we went in line. We're fully masked up and everything and we're standing in line and we wanted jerky and And nuts anyway. We're trying to not eat nuts. I've heard that before it arrest. Ma describe sorta massage you want malone stops are known for that kind of activity. But we're saying here are the with our masks on. We were just talking bullying gross and conversation and the one behind this elderly woman goes through. It was like high at she goes. Oh my god. I watch you every day and i go well. We never shut up. We just kept walking. Let me tell you story. But when i was just saying back from i was in napa sonoma last week right and then i i had to fly back stop in dallas and i get on a flight from dallas to a new york and a women's sits next to me and she doesn't have her mask on and she's probably she's eighty i find out and And she has a little dog and she goes. I'm vaccinated and i go okay. But they're probably gonna make you wear your mask anyway. And i said who's this and she said this is charlie and i was like well. Charlie doesn't have to wear a mast. Oh and that was a big hit. And she had a. She had an accident like this and And within four minutes. I learned so i actually i detail what i learned about. This woman would not stop talking. Let me let me just read you some of the things i texted this is verbatim what i said detail hold on. It's low income your second name. I love the text. Taylor this of course you do because you guys show. The same rain comes to this kind of stuff. I say this woman just next to me and she wants to talk talking. She has a dog in the first four minutes ago. She has a dog named charlie We've been sitting for four minutes. And is what i know so far. Three kids one son. Two daughters son is. The oldest husband died raising a farm. She taught her a dad. Toddler had a growing vegetables. She doesn't use flour a sugar. She doesn't know how she got pregnant with. The last kid thinks if she drank some crazy well water. That was a joke. She got her coat in the car. Her dad died aged ninety nine. Yup per dad died on thanksgiving day. He just went to his room. And said i'm going to go be with the lord now and she changed her. She charged your phone and her ipad before taking flight. Mind you. i didn't ask any of this you to poland for seven weeks and charlie went crazy without her. Even though he stay with jan children she started flying first class when her children were grown again. I didn't ask now. This is just the beginning so then the flight takes us but she asked one more question. Gosh she says now. You have a wife times. And i said and it was was a dilemma. What do i do. I just met this woman. She's over sharing and she stopped based in jewish from oklahoma. Now she lived in texas on march right so now got you got. You got a girlfriend and i said no. That's true it's true. And then. I put my headphones on and i tried to watch. I always pick the worst movie to watch on. The always. Have good morning vietnam but i watched it and i was like kind of interested in watching watching it and i'm i'm not every ten seconds. She was like crazy. People just look like ants when you're in a plane. There's been ten years since i've been and i was annoyed. I was annoyed. And then i gave in and i turned and i just was like. I'm going to talk to this woman because something happened. She ordered a coca cola. And i ordered a diet. Sierra mist they don't have fresca on american diet sierra mixture and then i was like when she kept talking name was margarine. Show her how to use her ipad. And all that and the fight walked by and marjorie soccer. so can i get a tito's Sephaka they brought me a five and marco's how much they charge for that and i go. Oh what marjorie there. It's free she goes. Can you get that lead. Gimme a room. So then i was like okay now. I'm interested a little bit more. We get room for marjorie and then marjorie had another one and mind you eighty cheese. Then so then i fully invested and marjorie started really telling me the whole story about how she got married at sixteen. He was a mean man She had when she filed for divorce. She had to go to court whole courtroom scene. He was hiding behind her and the judge saw saw that she was uncomfortable. And then just signed the paperwork right there and approved that a i mean i got thus story may win back. Why she named she. shamed first daughter rebecca. That was her The preacher daughter preacher's daughter that that she liked and then she when she had her second daughter. She thought is supposed to be a boy so she didn't want to name a good name. So she named that daughter lani after the preacher's daughter she didn't like i got so many. And i'm bonding with three and a half hour. I know everything about where in jersey lonnie lives on. I know everything. And i'm having this dilemma. I'm like i know all about marjorie just knows that i don't have a wife exactly with that enough. I'm just wondering for you. So i thought to myself i have to come out to marjorie. I have to do it for myself. I actually thought about kenneth armando you know they can be on ninety theon say and then i thought its first gay couple and i thought about me. I can be out and proud to the masses. But i can't stare marjorie in the face and tell her and i thought about something welling says he says the personal is political and what that means is like sometimes just the simple act of being who are to another person. Changes changes culture changes things marjorie up there in oklahoma union. Okay you know she. She may not have ever met a homosexual but she liked it. She likes me. She wouldn't shut the fuck up right. Don't they said after she finished her second rum and coke which i thought was funny. She said she didn't eat flour or sugar. But whatever 'instead margie. I have to tell you something you know. You asked me if. I had a wife or girlfriend and i don't but i would like you to see my fiance and i show. I just turn my phone and show her a picture of me. Dr gentleman caller. And what do you think. Marjorie set eighty years old kinda from oklahoma and deep. Fuck well texas. What do you think marjorie said to me. And i was scared is this. We still got maybe thirty minutes. Forty minutes left lane. How is this gonna go i. I actually think she's probably celebratory about it and then she went my god. You're homosexual d. c. j. What do you think if they see she's probably very happy especially at this point to that side of her Mickey i'm gonna i'm gonna guess. She gave you a weird backhanded compliment right. Like yeah like. Oh i feel like. She thinks she's saying that'd be nice but it's really going to become stupid..
"marjorie" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Everyone knows i'm gay right We would somebody asked me a question. Shocked the hell me met me. Wait till you hear what that is but she also taught me a lesson wants to get to it. Straight talk with ross. Kick it straight talk with raw weight. Stop the theme song enough. People people are so inspired by this theme song. You know when. I sat down. I am trained charred name for twenty four hours at a time. You know ready to play bleeding. My daughters play. And i wrote those words that theme sites straight talk with ross. Straight talk with ross. Everything cash should be and the you heard people be inspired by that. We had a rock and roll rawson. Roll version sent a shirtless ukulele version. Well we have another version. Is this so exciting. The edge of our teachers. Who do you think who do. You think was inspired by cookie. Cookie cookie balloon. No it was not ca- talk star but by the way everyone cookie on k. Com to get your cookie elephants. Assad tell you this if somebody who huby to show before she is of course the voice over are you smarter than mark. All the way from london. It's betty who expired ladies and gentlemen. I think i might change the theme song to.
Bill Rogio Describes ISIS-K's Role Within the Terrorism Community
"We are back with the editor of a superlative publication. The long war journal long war journal dot. Org bill roggio army veteran national guard veteran. He's been to afghanistan. He's been to iraq and he's telling us what we need to know about the recent withdrawal from kabul in may. He just sent me the article in may he predicted while the taliban would to build help on millions of listeners who now have to prepare for the twentieth anniversary of september. The eleventh. what you discussed the taliban you've discussed al qaeda where it is isis fit into this constellation of jihadi organisations and especially isis k. Who allegedly were behind the murderer marines coleman on that Army he stuff sajjan. Sure and the islamic state is an al-qaeda of course So al qaeda and the taliban host jihadist groups are in one camp these state is the bastard child of al qaeda they share the same ideology to restore the the calvet and impose islamic state. They just have different ways of doing it. The islamic speech way is basically my way or the highway they wanna declare the california now and go for it. Al qaeda's way is look. We build our emirates. Do this arab. Believe you don't declare until we protect it we build our state is like the The leninist versus. Trotskyite i i. It's the perfect analogy so That's what we have. The islamic state in afghanistan is There is an opposition time because it's opposes. The caliban primarily be a job her however there are reports and some of this comes from the united nations. And i'm not going to be very clear not saying this attacker. Those attack happened recently in kabul. Were related to this. However i suspect they were united. Nations has reported that the islamic state which has been largely defeated by the taliban now operates cellular moving small control. Small territory The reports that at work which is a part of the powerful group within the taliban uses islamic state sometimes to carry out attacks. Use them as a cut out for hang on this. This is getting deep dive. So let's just reiterate i. I love that phrase. Boston child of al-qaeda once the caliphate wants the world revolution now like trotsky did for the communists. I this karna son. Isis in afghanistan is small They're week but there are elements in the taleban like the connie's that use or exploit isis as some kind of cut out for their own personal
Political Commentator Bill Roggio's Reaction to Joe Biden's Defiant National Address
"We just heard the man who calls himself the president Blame everybody except himself. And say it's time to focus on threats here in america and al qaeda is decimated when i heard What was happening in kabul and what to expect from the count incumbent. I thought there's one guy. I need to talk to sadly more relevant than ever. When the obama administration wanted to know what's going on with the jihadi international movement they didn't ask the intelligence community they would steal unclassified information from something called the long war journal established by bill roggio senior fellow at the foundation for defense of democracies. I wanna start with the bottom of his resume because he left it at the end of it and it should be the first. He has served this nation as an infantryman as a signalman with the us army and the new jersey national guard embedded with the marine corps and the army in iraq and with the canadians afghanistan. Bill welcome to america first and our millions of listeners. Across the nation as you to join you all right. Thank you for making time today. Everybody needs to check out the long war journal. Just your initial reaction to what you heard from the man who sadly bears the title. Commander in chief speech is just a rehash old excuses that he shape for the failure in afghanistan The president is just he was hell bent on getting out and he was willing to do so at any cost cost of course to american citizens who remain trapped in actress helping an effort to try to some of them out. This is disgraceful in a private citizens. Private citizens should be trying to do this when our own government won't do this Yeah i it's it's frustrating watching this year have you. I really literally am forced to watch these conferences. I'm just you know in one of the big lies. That's comment about being decimated. This is something that i've covered for years. This is alive. It's been told by successive us. In order to justify their betrothal president obama's at it president trump says it and now president biden has. They've used decimated degraded. Done all other you a d. word they use it And this is now where we're have is Listen it's not a resurgence because al qaeda's always in
House Asks Companies to Save Jan. 6 Phone, Computer Records
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting the house asks companies to save January sixth phone and computer records the house committee investigating the January sixth insurrection at the US capitol is asking social media and the telecommunications companies to preserve phone or computer records from that day representative Bennie Thompson the committee chairman sent a letter Monday to thirty five companies the letter asks for preservation of records relating to certain individuals according to a person familiar with the request who requested anonymity individuals named include former president Donald Trump is children Donald junior Ivanka and Eric and several Republican allies in Congress including representatives mo Brooks Jim Jordan Matt Gaetz Marjorie Taylor green and Lauren both overt Mike Rossi out Washington
Haiti's Troubled History May Slow Aid to Earthquake Victims
"Cova churning through haiti amid everything else the past and recent traumas reverberating throughout the haitian community right here in massachusetts joining us a line. Talk about this girly adrian. She's the first haitian american female city council at large for the city of everett. Counselor adrian. welcome back. And sorry under these circumstances in warren and jam cam marjorie. Thinking morning counselor. Thanks again thanks again for joining us so before we talk a little bit about the huge community. In in everett and elsewhere massachusetts comes juno anymore last week. Read about twelve hundred. People had been killed close to six thousand hurt. Thirteen thousand homes lost to know any more about what's happened there. What may be happening with your friends and family there. Yes so as you guys know. This has been personal. My family members are there you know. One of my family members call yesterday. Said they were sleeping on the floor on top of rocks. Because you know. The whole god dismantled apart and three people sadly died The good thing is you know my family members Some of them didn't make it safely. So they're okay but we're wearing contact every single day when my mom or my family members are calling from haiti through. What's on literally like stuck on my phone just waiting for those phone calls you. One of the things that i heard last night was that because their infrastructure issues and parts of haiti particularly with this location being roughly eighty miles from puerto prints that they're real problems in terms of search and rescue and that sort of thing. Is that your understanding. Also counselor so is small countryside town called okay. that's where my family is from. And it's you know just to get there right because it's not the capitol hill just to have access to bring supplies or medical hospitals are overfilled and there's just so much damage right I'm just trying to call people
Gettr CEO Jason Miller on Birthing A New Social App For Conservatives
"Actually spoke on the salem radio network about a month ago. Right after the launch of getter you're a month and now the news has been incredible yard over two million users. You got to a million in about a week. Which is absolutely record-breaking. How's it going give the listeners. And update on getter. it's going create whereas you said we're right about two million users who've already joined the platform where the fastest ever social media platform to a million users did that in three days took facebook about ten months comparison. And what we're seeing. It's it's really exciting. The growth that about fifty percent of the user bases here in the us fifty percent is international. But we're seeing all sorts of conservatives and mega warriors and some of the favorite folks quite like the phone social media in addition to yourself. Dennis desouza mike pompeo ben carson marjorie taylor green and of course one of the things. I still have twitter on my phone now to have it. I'll go and look at it. Every now and then i kind of dread when it opened up twitter. Whatever the left wing soros bart's going on the attack today and Yes orangemen bad. And they hate president trump and it's it's all negative on nasty and then opened up getter and direction. Real conversations is kind of exciting speakeasy of conversations. There's been some news in the last twenty four forty hours that the much vaunted much requested notifications feature is here forget on desktop and coming soon to the apps is that right. Yes absolutely and Trust me we. We've heard folks day we've got to have notifications that's what's gonna make the engagement Exploded in the way even more so before and by the way. We're seeing ton of engagement but you know we wanted. We made the decision that we wanted to launch. Until i four to get out there and because people were clamoring they wanna do social media platform something not controlled by the silicon valley tech oligarchs with people being d platform and shutdown. We wanna have some setup you know. We could have waited another month month and a half nature. everything was perfect or we had whole additional features. Wanna get launch In right now it's been sitting with Our good friends at apple for about two weeks now Just waiting is they control everything that goes onto the platform so as soon as they approve the next upgrade which can literally be any second which we've been waiting for about two weeks Then you will have notifications on On your iphone which will be great. It's on the desktop. Now people are already raving about it
Politico Highlights Rising Republican Sen. Tim Scott
"And politico is a very left wing site now and then it gets it right. But more than than now, And it it indicates the kind of Republicans that they like Mitch McConnell, his people leak to politico all the time. That says GOP mega donors flock to Tim Scott Building 2024 Buzz Oracle's Larry Ellison is the biggest name in a group of major Republican donors sending big money to South Carolina Scott It starts off this way. Republican Senator Tim Scott boarded a plane to Hawaii earlier this year to meet with one of the richest people in the world tech titan Larry Ellison. Ellison's remote Lanai Island home owner. I'm jealous. Was well out of the South Carolina senators way. But for Scott, who like the 76 year old Ellison is an outspoken advocate for school choice. Cultivating the mogul has paid dividends. And could help. Propel a 2024 presidential bid. Since last October, Ellison has contributed $10 million to an outside group aligned with the senator. A huge sum even in the Super Pac era, and the business owners biggest known contribution in three decades as a political donor. Scott's Behind the scenes courtship of Allison illustrates how the senator has quietly become a powerhouse fundraiser and a major force within the Republican Party. Scott, the only black Republican in the Senate. Has seen his profile rise since delivering the party's response the President Joe Biden's joint address to Congress in April, It's developing a vast network of small and large dollar donors. That spans his party's ideological spectrum, helping him far outraced Senate colleagues this year. The pro Scott Super Pac Opportunity Matters Fund has drawn support from conservative donors like Richard Gabby, who is bankrolled the likes of former President Donald Trump and Georgia representative Marjorie Tele Green. Scott has also received backing from the party's mainstream
House Lawmaker Suing Pelosi Over Mask Rule Says He Has COVID
"Republicans suing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi over finds they got for not wearing mask during a U. S House session. Has contracted a breakthrough case of Covid 19 representative Ralph Norman of South Carolina tweeted. He began experiencing minor symptoms of covered tested positive for the virus. And now would quarantine for 10 days. The congressman says he's been vaccinated since February. Last week, he and representatives Marjorie Taylor green of Georgia and Thomas Massey of Kentucky's food Pelosi Saying that they're $500 fines for not wearing masks during a house vote are unconstitutional and should be resented as his
Republicans Push to Ban Discrimination Against Unvaccinated People
"Not a country where we're going to say you can't come in here if your skin is black or you can't come in and if you decide your different gender where we don't do that here right. In america we also should not be the country that that tells our customers and our private business. You can't come in because you've made a health health decision about your body and decided you. Just don't wanna take a vaccine. What if we look at the data and the facts about the spread of this virus ever since china's senate over here thank. Thank you dr falcone. The fact service none of the states that were super shutdown and wore masks enforced. Everyone stay inside and super social distance. Their rate of spread was identical and sometimes even higher than the than the open states So no business has an excuse to say the unclean must stay out. What's next we're going to have to have passports that say that we've all been to transgender training. I mean are we going to have to pass. Say that like we all agree with the green new deal. I just think that like look. Trump's brilliance was in make america. Great again unify. We're all won. we're all together. We rise or fall as a nation and it seems like these policies are just meant to find new and exotic ways to divide us. That's
Marjorie Taylor Greene: Republicans Are Fighting for Their Identity
"Trump's blessing was that he wasn't a swamp months yes The detriment is that when he got into washington he recorded know he needed sort of some washington sherpas and they did not always lead him in the best direction regarding. Hr do you. I i would a little bit of a different route. So i wasn't here. When he was building his administration. I was you sort your tax bill from the outside. But here's what i feel. That's happening right now in the gop and the reason why we aren't capable we're not even to a point to build a bench is we're fighting for our entity now see. Here's the here's the thing. The people that are in charge of the gop haven't fully embraced the fact that they are not supported by seventy percent of the base even though the base is screaming at them every single day that we don't support you. We support president broncos. President trump is an anomaly. Who's going to disagree totally They're still trying to get rid of him. All we got a few more years people forget people forget but people are not going to forget. And that's why we're incapable right now. We're fully incapable of building a bench because we are still fighting them enforcing them to realize president. Trump's not going away america. I is not going away and if you people do do not get it in here. What people are saying we are going to remove you and take you out and we will replace you from the bottom up exactly and that's what's going to
The GOP Has No Civilian Leadership
"Let me get a little bit personal. Last night i go for dinner with just four guys who supromega good guys One works in swamp. Wants a to ones defense guy and at the end of this this this meeting of minds. I just thought we have no leadership. It's not just on the hill. We have the the handful of insurgents like yourselves. But we don't have that tea party movement. We don't have the the the civilian leadership that's going to. For example chicago eighty two people shop loss week. Twelve murdered y. Why isn't there. Why isn't there an anti blm. Made up of black gop voters who say you want to talk about black lives. Let's talk about chicago. Well ask yourself this question if the republican national committee isn't doing just what you described. What are they doing. What is their purpose. I know that the republican national committee is spending a lot of money to advertise ronald mcdaniels. Podcast of but every nickel that has gone into that endeavor should be going into the bill doubt of an organization and an infrastructure to do. What the democrats did we dunk on the democrats a lot. But let's give them credit. Where credit's do they went and found a way to get millions of ballots in the mail that were not directly attached to a human being attending to vote.
Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene Discuss Nancy Pelosi's Mask Mandate
"Matt gaetz a congresswoman. Marjorie taylor green. I wanna go to the big targets straightaway. I wanna talk about. We'll talk about the gop in a moment. Let's talk about breaking news of the last week of i think it was thursday with e even providing justification with reference to an unpublished appear reviewed indian study The speaker of the house has decreed that everyone has to wear mosques staff members and visitors. Who don't will be arrested. The chief has allegedly climbed back because of things that you guys and your colleagues did. Let's have a little fun. I i said it on my show on thursday. I'm very impressed. That somebody has invented a force field somehow contains cove it in the house but cents so the culture difference with the senate and the house that you guys got to moss nancy. Because thursday she didn't wear moss but in the senate. Nobody has to now so fourth. Let let me start right here. Let's talk about a second. i'm fed up. I am not interested in people telling me that she is the arch. Strategist i think this woman has lost it. She is so she's mari antoinette on steroids and has no even sense of how what she's doing looks like from the outside am i am i crazy. You are totally wrong about this. I believe nancy pelosi is a master. Strategist i believe. She holds power and money over the rank and file and the democratic party. I believe she has greater control over her caucus. Then paul ryan or kevin mccarthy or john bainer ever had so. I don't disrespect the skill of nancy pelosi and think about this. The masks aren't about healthcare. They aren't about mastercard about we know that. So what are they about control. Ashley wants to show a controlled opposition. She wants to show a controlled conference and that increases her
Nancy Pelosi's on Her Last Legs
"Let's begin with nancy. Pelosi making what i think is a grave error. I think she always hear about. Donald trump destroyed the norms. Okay nancy pelosi as speaker is wiping out the all the customs traditions of the house of representatives and she must pay what she did is on this baloney january six commission. And i gotta tell you about january six guys. i keep hearing how. It's a giant riot and insurrection. Look i was in the los angeles riots. Fueled by maxine waters not democrat. I was on the streets for three weeks with third battalion. Hundred and sixtieth infantry. That's a riot what happened on capitol hill was a frat party. Okay no comparison all right and the only person killed on. Capitol hill was an unarmed trespasser veteran. Shot by a cop whose name we don't know. Dozens were murdered in los angeles. So you know. Save your drama for your mama. 'cause i'm not entertaining. It and nancy pelosi wants to have this kangaroo court commission so she appoints liz. Cheney nominal republican and now she's going to appoint adam kin zinger the r-enfield of the gop caucus but she's not allowing kevin mccarthy to put jim banks big friend a show and jim jordan on the committee. She doesn't approve. She is picking who the republicans can put on committees. This cannot stand. This is not happened before. Now they strip marjorie taylor green her seats and that was a bad precedent. But it's special. This was a merger we we had to do it. If kevin mccarthy doesn't retaliate. They've set a new standard. He he needs when he becomes majority leader. He needs to and in fact he needs to announce it now. I'm going to strip all you democrat committee chairs
"marjorie" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror
"As opposed to you know the dish best of cold because if it is sort of premeditated and planned out revenge is it harder to actually portray that over here and have them remain the hero pitfalls are the same. I mean certainly. I certainly the reader and the viewer is. Is you know we are trained to be more accepting but i think that at the end of the day for really talking about the root of these narratives. Each one prevents morning each one as a distraction from reflection. He'll like unpremeditated. Rage is cleaner in the sense that it's a spontaneous explosion of emotional and physical energy sort of like a volcano. But like then what do you just double down on that unpremeditated rage and lit hardened something cold and calculated or will you mourn. I think about the crow. Which is i think movie that does that. Well where we have these outside characters. Remember eric driven in the before times you know who keep him focused on his humanity and his grief and not just revealed his revenge. But i think you know cold calculated revenge. I mean honestly. I think they're about this. I mean i know they should be different. But i think ultimately they they're they have the same result they have the same result and they have the same. You know the same route. 'cause i was just thinking about actually. The mike was saying about the dish. Best of cold in the explosion of rage reminds me of the in france. They say it's a crime of passion as opposed to premeditation. And i think don't quote me illness. But i feel like that carries a lesser sentence than premeditated murder. But what if. Joe what if what if the outcomes the same though someone is yeah someone is not exactly exactly you know. It's all of your attention right that somehow if you if you Premeditate cold and calculating plan. Someone's murder that you are somehow more evil. You know that you intentionally causes person's death at you at any point could have stopped. You could've stopped yourself right and and just say you know i'm gonna make make a choice to not do this but instead premeditation means that you just double down like you just kept going and going and going and you. Continuously made the choice to not stop whereas when you just exploded with rage is when it's quote unquote a crime of passion. There is no. The assumption is that there was no. There was no choice to be made that the moment between your rage and your action was so small that you just. You just didn't even have time to make a choice to the you just you just exploded and the person was dead and so it's that in some ways that lack of continued that lack of continued choice right. That makes the difference. Because you're not. You're not taking the time to really think about this so thinking about cycles of revenge obviously a really famous example is a montagues and the capulets remun- juliette they simply just keep on killing each other opinions. Nobody shakes Yeah he makes a better drama right. Star-crossed love against such a dramatic trolled. But this is these. These is idea of light. Endless vengeance with no resolution is quite common through history and literature..
"marjorie" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio
"Well Marjorie and Bronco decided to be married may I, but there's been quite a to do about where the wedding will be. Great Gildersleeve wanted his house. Rocco's parents wanted it their house so far Marjorie hasn't had a chance to say where she wants it. In fact, she and Bronco left the conference in a huff. broncos parents, I ain't gonNA. Tell me on a run. This wedding birdie No! Poll Miss Marjorie. What's his Birdie driven out of? Our own has now birdie. We were just trying to help. Yes, yeah home, Miss. Marjorie driven out of our own house by people. China healthy no right. She wasn't given out. She just went skating. Our hope that's where she went. What if they're gonNA get all the help between nine may I. It wouldn't surprise me. Baby looked you. Birdie, that's ridiculous. Say almost dark wonder why they home yet. Yes, I imagine you do. But that's Marjorie. Note that has to be Leroy's feet. I am Roy. Braga Marjorie he has seen him since mine sneak back and got a suitcase. Zeke Paul Miss. Marjorie now Birdie Leroy. Come back to the house. Mrs Thompson were battling. We went back like my boy. Will, get married I did. Miss Marjorie Aright I? Wonder. Why you take suitcase skating? He always does. She does her schedule stuff. You see very. She just took her skates and warm clothes for after skating. That's all it's in the bag I hope that's all it in obey. Certainly be back in time for dinner. Don't you think so pretty? Well, don't you Birdie? Birdie say something. Oh Ms Margy..