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Fresh update on "marsha" discussed on Dan O'Donnell
"Turning left three men dead and three people hospitalized. None of the victims identified Sunday evening, Sheriff David Beth said the shooter was a patron who wasn't cooperating with the management at the bar in the village of Summer's The man left but returned a short time later and began shooting. Bob Hague, Wisconsin Radio Network President Biden meets with a group of bipartisan lawmakers today to talk about his infrastructure plan. This Biden boondoggle is only six Percent on roads and bridges and highways and interstates and components that you would call infrastructure. Tennessee Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn on Fox Business.
Non-Profit Provides College, Career and Life Readiness Programs to Under-Served Communities
"Recognized nonprofit, providing college career and life readiness programs to middle and high schoolers in underserved communities, with a little more than a month month and a half to go until the end of the school year. And with educators worried about the cove in 19 slide, I wanted to focus again this week on organizations doing what they can tow list students up here in North Texas and to bridge the gap when it comes to education, inequities and education is freedom is one such nonprofit? Marsha Thank you so much for being on the program today. You're welcome. I love the name. Education is freedom. It really says it all. Marcia, What do you want people to know about the work that education is freedom does well, really. What I want people to know Is that the work that we do absolutely impact. The like the students and family that the fact that we become face to face with students and we work with them and small groups, one on one And we help them complete all their college applications. Their financial aid forms do resumes and the workforce in life readiness training that these types of activities absolutely helped to change the trajectory and the lives of students. How has the cove in 19 pandemic affected the work that you do? And how did you pivot to make sure that you were still able to help the students that you serve? Well, that's very, very interesting. The good news and it is that we are small enough yet big enough flexible and agile enough that we were able to pivot pretty quickly. Actually, we got the news just as the school district's. They're getting ready to go on spring break, And so we worked the whole spring break, and by the time they came back the Monday afterward we had created Hybrid advising model
Fresh update on "marsha" discussed on Real Estate Today
"To the closing table, or if it happens, remotely headed to the zoom, closing, plus the tiny bug that could derail the entire settlement. We'll talk Termites with a pro Theo offer is straight ahead. But first let's check in with Bill Thompson in the real estate today newsroom HIBEL Hi Steven. Housing Secretary Marsha Fudge is one of five key Cabinet members that President Biden has hand picked. Help him sell his $2 trillion infrastructure plan and appearing on MSNBC fudged. How did the more than $200 billion to plan sets aside for housing? Just the recognition that housing is infrastructure is big in and of itself. Housing is one of the most important tenets of infrastructure in this nation without decent housing. All of the other things that we're working on, are going to be more and more difficult to accomplish. Under the Biden plan, there would be money set aside to build our retrofit two million homes, eliminate all lead water pipes and bring broadband Internet to every home in America. Las Vegas was one of the nation's hottest housing markets and local moving companies are reaping the benefits. I ke Dayton with Triple seven movers told Las Vegas is eight news now TV that it wasn't what they expected. We initially thought that a lot of people are moving out and we're going to slow down, but it's it's been the contrary so We see a lot of movement from California. Mainly the real estate market itself has affected are definitely the company says. In fact, that business has been so brisk. They've had to turn some business away. The National Association of Homebuilders is taking steps to ensure the mental health of its membership. Chairman Chuck Fox said, and then any HB video. Our industry has an extremely high rate of mental health.
Senate confirms Ohio Rep. Marcia Fudge as HUD secretary
"Now the Senate has confirmed another member of President Biden's Cabinet. Ohio Congresswoman Marsha Fudge will become the secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. She's the first black woman to head that department of more than four decades. She was approved by a vote of 66 to
New York's attorney general names duo to investigate Cuomo sexual harassment claims
"General, has appointed a former federal prosecutor and an employment lawyer to investigate accusations that Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed female aides. WCBS TV's Marsha Kramer, attorney general, It is. James chose Joon Kim, the man who replaced pre Pereira as U. S attorney in the Southern District of New York and employment discrimination lawyer and Clark. Who had a team probing allegations of sexual harassment against Governor Andrew Cuomo made by five women. In a statement, James described a pair as quote legal experts who have decades of experience. Conducting investigations and fighting to uphold the rule of law. The appointments came is New York lawmakers were privately debating whether to join calls for Cuomo to resign from office or urge patients during the investigation. In the
More Details About Microsoft Hack Come to Light
"TV's Marsha Kramer was reporting there. Meantime, we're learning more about the latest hack of US systems by Chinese intelligence. Microsoft found out about the hack in early January. It was first identified by Reston based cyber security firm Velocity, According to cyber security expert Brian Krebs. The vulnerabilities the hackers took advantage of had existed for 10 years. It's curious. The Hack was first noticed on January 6th. The same day the entire country was focused on the Capitol riot wasn't a coincidence. The answer's unknown at this point. But what is clear is that the scope of the potential exchange server compromise depends on how quickly patches
Protect Your Camera Gear from Theft
"So i have a few stories to start out with one very close to home to from the headlines just to illustrate just how crazy things are right now and it comes to real stealing camera gear and then i have. Some ideas These are things that i'm practicing in my own career But i'm going to share them with you in terms of how to protect myself how to protect yourself and how to hang onto our cameras because it feels like there are a lot of folks out there that want to take them from us and obviously we don't want to lose any of our gear that we like so much and we don't want any harm to come to anyone. The happens to be in the area at the time. So these considerations are very important. So let's start out with a few stories of what is going on now. The first one is close to home because it happened after one of my workshops in two thousand nineteen the bodega bay workshop. And this is the gas station smash and grab so one of our workshop. Participants Had finished up and he was heading back to the airport and a rental suv and he had his camera gear in the back in the hatch area of the suv and he just made a stop at the gas station and he needed to go inside to get a couple items and in that short period of time that he left his car which was locked he left it locked to go inside to get a couple of things. Someone had either been eyeballing him or you know. We're never sure exactly how this happens. But they knew exactly where to go and they went to his suv. They smashed in the back window. And that's what they do. They don't mess around. They just smashed the window. They reach in. They grab the gear in his case. I believe it was two backpacks full gear and then they speed off all in just a matter of seconds truly disappointing to hear that that happened to him. He had had a great workshop. It was one of his first workshops with us and then to have it. Finish on that note made me feel very bad and you go inside for a minute your cars locked and he still lose your gear. That's what i'm talking about the state of things right now. Now this next one was in penn. Pixel i read it on pedal pixel just today in Let me read you this. And by the way i have the link to the story In the show notes. The talkers robbed while stuck in san francisco. Traffic lose seven thousand dollars in camera gear. I don't know if you saw this or not. There's actually a video that goes with it at someone else. Videoed it happening okay and you can see that when you go to the link. Regia the text right here. This may be the modern day equivalent of a stagecoach robbery. A of photographers were just brazenly robbed. While they were sitting in traffic in san francisco robers smashed their rear window and stole a bag filled with seven thousand dollars in gear and it was all caught on camera. Abc seven which is a local news station reports that the husband and wife real estate photographers ben. And marsha of home shots were waiting to get onto the interstate eighty ip around four thirty pm friday afternoon after finishing a photo shoot near dolores park as the video above shows and so they do have the video there a dark honda than pulled up. Alongside the photographers. Prius a man jumped out quickly. Smashed the rear window smashed. They're sitting in the car. Smashes the rear window. Grab the equipment bag that was in the trunk hop back into the car and sped off. The whole incident lasted about ten seconds. Start to finish and it was caught on camera behind. By tesla driver named alex who then pulled over in exchange. Contact information with the photographers marcia. Who had been driving. The car had noticed the dark car falling them after they left the photo shoot. This is a very important point. Then estimates that his stolen gear which includes a camera lens drone in was worth around seven thousand
The Power of Black Female Voters With Marcia Chatelain
"I recently wrote in forbes about how kamala harris may be able to heal the wounds between black women and white women but i defer to our terrific yesterday on these issues. I'd like you to meet dr. Marcia chatelaine a provost distinguished associate professor of history and african american studies at georgetown university here in washington dc. She's a scholar of american life and culture previously. She was an assistant professor of honors in african american studies at the university of oklahoma in norman. She earned her. Phd at brown university and her undergraduate studies at the university of missouri columbia in journalism and religious studies fellow aspiring journalists. They go. Marsha was a terrific expert featured in the recent pbs series. The vote on how women fought for and won the right to vote over an eighty year struggle or more welcomed green connections radio. Marcia thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Oh you're welcome. You're welcome so our start in the heart of this issue. As i said in my introduction i've understood the black and white women had a kind of love hate relationship if you will during the suffrage battles as i understand it. Black women wanted white women to include abolition in their struggle. But the white women leaders believe the combining the two would keep the legislation from. What is your take on it. Tell us the truth. Because you're the historian so the issue at hand between abolition and suffrage are deeply tied. And that's because a number of figures in the suffrage movement were first activists in the fight against slavery and i think the poignancy of the battle for women's suffrage was the fact that many of the white women who were at the lead of the suffrage movement were anti-slavery and they had supported. Abolitionist may have believed that there was a moral reason to end the system of slavery but when it came to suffrage they were divided over the issue of universal suffrage Some do not believe that black women white men should equally have the vote. Some did not believe that black men and black women should have the vote. So i think that the suffrage movement really exposes the limitations of racial solidarity even among people who were on the right side of history one issue were not able to transfer that sense of grace to the issue of suffrage. And that's where you see the fault lines. In the suffrage movement really emerged from it was the fact that they did not want include african american women visibly or prominently or ideologically in their fight for the right to vote because they believed that it would degrade the quality of the vote of degrade the preciousness of the right and a number of these women again. Even though they were morally opposed to slavery they would not immune from white supremacist ideas. Okay so there's so much to unpack in there. You said something really interesting you said and i paraphrase of course but the the the divisions over the vote represented larger divisions in the racial schisms. If you will Racial solidarity behind the vote. Yes so one of the things that i think. A lot of people don't understand from how they're taught history is that we often think of the issue of slavery as one in which people were either pro or anti and it's often presented as a matter of north versus south union versus confederacy. But if you look at the movement to end slavery and look at abolitionists. They all had very different ideas of what happens next. They knew that slavery is a scourge on the nation. But they didn't agree on. What would it mean for african americans to be elevated to the level of status rather the level of a citizen and what that status should mean and so there were people who were abolitionists but they were segregationists. There were abolitionists who believed that african americans should be repatriated to colonies in africa. They were people who believed in complete and total social equality in some people believed in some level of social quality but not marriage and so those debates among the abolitionist movement i think are very much mirrored in the debate among white selfridge's who should get the vote i who should be allowed to vote. And what measures should be taken in order to ensure their desired goals
Ted Cruz and other Republican senators oppose certifying election results
"Group of senators led by texas republican. Ted cruz plans to challenge the presidential election results by voting to reject electors from some states. When congress next week to certify the results republican senator marsha blackburn of tennessee looking at where the american people on death if that millions of people that feel like this election was not a fair election away knew that there needed to be something that done people can define the problem town but defining an action that leads to a solution is something that is a little bit more difficult. Senators say they'll take the action unless congress appoints an electoral commission to audit the results. They did acknowledge. It's unlikely those results will change.
Texas DPS being sent to Houston to help crack down on road rage
"Rise in road rage incidents this year, officials blaming the increase in part on the ongoing stress during the pandemic. The rise in road rage incidents coincides with an overall increase in violent crimes during the pandemic, Houston's homicide rate could be the highest It's been in nearly 30 years more than 200 Road rage incidents with someone being shot have taken place during the 1st 10 months of this year. This compared It's to 150 during the same period last year. John Scott reporting. Marsha Hunt, the glamorous star of the 19 thirties and forties Hollywood
In Picking Cabinet Members, Biden Turns To Obama Stalwarts
"Joe Biden introduces Mork Cabinet nominations, including Tom Vilsack to return as agriculture secretary, Congresswoman Marsha Fudge to become secretary of Housing and Urban Development. Denis McDonough for Veterans Affairs secretary. He's a former chief of staff to President Obama and Susan Rice, former U S ambassador to the United Nations to lead the domestic Policy Council president Joe Biden with more Cabinet nominations live Friday at 2:30 P.m., Eastern on C
Biden selects Marcia L. Fudge as HUD secretary and Tom Vilsack to lead Agriculture department
"Today announcing that former Iowa governor Tom Vilsack is his pick. To serve as secretary of agriculture Congresswoman Marsha Fudge, who's represented Ohio's 11th congressional District for the last 12 years, will be nominated to serve it. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and Susan Rice, who served as president Obama's national security advisor will service the director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, Fox's John
Biden to tap Vilsack for Agriculture secretary
"Going to nominate Ohio Congresswoman Marsha Fudge to be secretary of housing and urban development. There had been calls for Biden to select her as his agriculture secretary. Instead, the president elect is going to nominate former Obama Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to return to the job. NPR's Dan Charles reports one of ill sacks mandates will be to work with the Biden administration on climate change. There's been a lot of talk about the USDA playing a big role in actually responding to climate change. There's money for this rural development programs could help pay for clean energy in rural areas. There are plans to pay farmers for practices on the farm that reduce greenhouse emissions. It could also help do reforestation. People don't realize it. But the U. S. Forest Service is part of the Department of Agriculture. NPR's Dan Charles reporting. Despite
Biden announces new cabinet nominees
"Marsha Fudge to lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Former Iowa governor Tom Vilsack is being tapped for agriculture Secretary as NPR's Giles Snyder reports by this expected to formally introduce retired General Lloyd Austin today. As his nominee for secretary of Defense. General Austin would be the nation's first black defense secretary. But there are concerns in Congress about maintaining civilian control of the military. Jim Mattis four years ago, Austin will need a congressional waver because he has not been out of the military for the required seven years measure designed to ensure civilian oversight at the Pentagon. Austin could also come under criticism for his post retirement service on corporate boards, including the weapons maker Raytheon Technologies. Resident he, like Biden is already making the case for why Austin should be confirmed by the Senate. Writing in the Atlantic, Biden said Awesome would work to put the civil military balance back on track. Kyle Snyder. NPR news More than 15 Million Covert 19 cases have been confirmed in the
Biden picks Ohio Rep. Marcia Fudge for HUD secretary, Tom Vilsack to lead Agriculture
"Has chosen Ohio Democratic Congresswoman Marsha Fudge to lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development Politico reports. The Offered to lead the $50 billion agency comes weeks after Fudge launched a bid to become the first black female agriculture secretary. But Axios and other outlets report Biden plans to nominate former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack for agriculture. Fudge lamented Just last month in an interview with Politico that black policymakers have treated traditionally been relegated to just a handful of Cabinet positions, including HUD secretary or details
Europe's Economy Set to Contract Again as Lockdowns Bite
"As lockdowns bite. The European economy appears to be set for a fresh contraction in the final quarter of 2020 as business surveys indicate that lockdowns aimed of contracting the coronavirus. Have led to a sharp decline in activity in the dominant services sector. What's going on in Europe is going on in the United States were all all shutting down and economies are going to suffer in the first quarter of 2020. Which, of course, puts additional pressure on Congress to come up with some sort of stimulus package, which likely will not happen. You know, for weeks, at least, that's the indication right now. There's no movement again this morning that we have heard from Marsha. Certainly not before Christmas says they're very, very unlikely. But you know the question might become if these lockdowns are so severe and it's it's a major crush on the economy, they may not have any option but to move forward quickly. We will see. But any rate by the way, add curry is coming up in a
Yakuza: Like a Dragon will be released worldwide on Nov. 10
"Who like dragon. It came out in january in japan for the playstation four. Let's get that out of the way right now. It is so it is a twenty twenty game. It's one of the earliest entries into the twenty twenty year for video games but they are now releasing it worldwide north america whatnot on the playstation four on november ten for the xbox series and the playstation five the next generation. Here's the deal. Xbox series x is getting its own rendition of uku like dragon getting its own rendition. On launch day on november tenth for placing five owners. You mentioned it's not coming until march of not mistake. Is that correct. As far as the marsha released or some reason. Okay so maybe. A timed exclusive sort of speak but it. It's gonna come to playstation five as well. But i will tell you that it is something that i think. A lotta people need to go out of the way to play. It's one of the better games of this year. That's come out a lot of reviews of behind it and on a new generation platform. Give it a try yakuza. Like a dragon when it comes out to either the playstation four xbox series x and also later on playstation five. so hopefully. You will get a chance if you want to delve into it. Like n-o-a-a has without getting your fingers chopped off. Hopefully you'll get a chance to go ahead and give it a world as
Trump and the GOP Campaign Against Reality
"The president and his allies decided on closing message for the final days of the campaign wine about social media pretend the pandemic is over for more on this. It's time for a closer look. There's a lot you can say about Donald Trump's inner circle and the leadership of the Modern Republican Party. But when you boil it down, it's basically just a collection of shy can't take Weirdos. Then people who collect ceramic pigs in sit by their windows writing down license plate numbers for no reason take for example House Minority Leader Kevin, McCarthy. You showed up to one of trump's rallies yesterday claimed republicans are going to take back the House McCarthy then belched up this I think English sentence about House Speaker Nancy, Pelosi a watch you watch Nancy Pelosi hand. And I promise you this. I won't thank her with it but I'll banged the into the socialism and yes to America. What No. I'll bang end to the socialism and yes to America, that sounds like a poorly translated leaflet dropped on Moscow during the Cold War why all these guys talk like rip off dollar store. Action. Figures made in. Eastern Europe. Your grandma will get you for Christmas. Oh Wow. It's a fuzz goodyear. Let me pull the string. The leaders of the hundred gop beer. Basically just a bunch of goofy old buds. I said it pods. Take a guy is still working at your hometown bowling alley thirty years after high school because he gets free disco fries blessed all the shoe sporadic and huff and that is a lot. For example Republicans held a hearing on big tech companies yesterday just to complain about supposed social media. Bias against conservatives which it's not thing. Now, there are progressives like Elizabeth Warren Tonight's guest, Bernie Sanders you really do want to break up big tech monopolies that have consolidated too much power but Republicans just WanNa. whine about mean tweets they don't like the best example of that came from Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson when he complained about an obviously satirical tweet this Dorsey. You talked about your house toward misinformation and then you will you will block misinformation if it's about against civic integrity election interference or voter suppression give you a tweet. There was put up on twitter says Senator Ron. Johnson is my neighbor in strangle our dog buttons right in front of my four year old son and three year old daughter the Keith refused to investigate. This is a complete line, but important to retreat and note that there are more my lies to come. How could that not be a violation voice oppression? Obviously, if people think I'm strangling my neighbors. They may not show the polls that would be worse oppression and another thing Mr Dorsey last night by doorbell rang late at night. So went to answer when I opened the door there was a flame in bag APU on the front step. So I tried to stamp out the fire but I got poo all over my shoes this clearly enact the voter suppression by the Neighborhood Teens because if I pooh-poohed on my shoes, I'll be too embarrassed to go vote. The bigger problem here is Ron Johnson thinks his constituents might actually believe that he strangled his neighbor's dog and Yeah. Okay and kind of see it. With said. Jack Dorsey looks like a dog serial killer. Like straight up a guy who together multiple dogs. in Ron Johnson's corn chowder brain joke tweet about a senators voter suppression. But invalidating mail in ballots and making people wait hours to vote isn't he's like a guy parks is BMW in a fire lane then loses when his targets tone Boris Suppression How am I supposed to get to the polling place now and then there was Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn who asked the CEO of Google if the company was still employing someone who criticized her is a blight Lemoyne one of your engineers still working with you. Senator familiar with his name is a name as an employee I'm not sure these employees. well, he has had very unconscious things to say about me and I was just wondering if you all still. Kept him working they are man Fox News is right. Canceled Culture is out of control. She sounds like she's asking to speak to the manager about a sales assistant at Costco is Madison still working here. She had very unkind things to say about me when I tried to sample the pizza rolls in the frozen I'll very hurtful things about how I'm not supposed to open the box. This is a fundamental reality of the modern GOP they're all donald trump. He complains about social media they complain about social media even though most of them don't have the tech savvy to handle the laundry room bulletin board coffee, table for sale what the hell does Obioma this is unfair.
Ways To Get Women Highly Involved in Retirement Planning With Marcia Mantell
"Hello and welcome to another top advisor marketing podcast. We don't often bring somebody on like my guest Marsha today. And here's why most wage. I don't think there's enough people like her out there. She has an author blogger a retirement industry expert and the author of a couple of books that we're going to talk about today. Now. My favorite thing about March is be fundamentally understands how important it is for you as a financial services professional to Market communicate and help women make decisions when it comes to retirement because it is different you can think to yourself that it's not but you're wrong and we're going to talk about being wrong today and how to make it right Marshall. Welcome to the boss man. Thank you so much for having me. And that was quite an intro. Well, thank you a static. Well, I did we had such a fun pre-call and I was so excited. I saw your on my calendar today and I'm like, I love this lady so wage. All right. First off it just does give us a little bit of a foundation here. How did you become a retirement industry expert in an author of multiple books? Well, you know like many things Matt wage was I fell into it happenstance and sometimes you just walk through a door because someone opened it for you and Wallah you end up having a thirty year career change in my case. I ended up walking through the door at Fidelity Investments back in nineteen. Ninety two as they were I call it inventing the rollover IRA and I got put on an account team that needed to support the marketing and product efforts for the rollover Ira which of course now has become the be-all end-all of our entire business. I thought it was exciting. It was like the wild west and it lasted for thirteen years, which was all good. But meanwhile, I had these two amazing young girls, I was trying to raise at home. And Corporate America and motherhood does not always quite aligned. So I stepped out at Fidelity and said, you know what I need to figure out something different so that I'm not always screaming at my poor kids and I started mental retirement Consulting and just hit fifteen years of doing business consultancy work with the financial firm and financial advisors around the country. Is it specifically directed at women or just your experience in the industry overall? Great idea question here. The women piece evolved over time is what I would say we started out just trying to Grapple with and get our arms around this thing called retirement, you know, in nineteen. Ninety two, the 401K was only twelve years old. Well ten years old really and we were all just trying to figure this thing out and saving for retirement. What did that mean? And you dabbled in it off? Well after thirty years, it has become abundantly clear that women have very different retirements than men they're ill-prepared and they don't even often know how to get their arms around getting themselves prepared for another 30 year chapter. So it has happened over time. It has built over time and for me, I mean you May notice Matt I am a woman. So I'm particularly concerned, you know self-serving for my own benefits and my own retirement and my own ability to navigate the very complicated Financial world that we all live in and so just over time things evolved from being broad retirement zeroing in on two women and what women really nice and how to get in this money game. So that's my travels through retirement and getting two women. I'm going to ask you a really dumb question because just me formulating the question just seems awfully ignorant on my behalf. But why is there such a difference? I mean, you know, we live in society together. Why is there such a fundamental need for financial services professionals to understand the differences in how women want to prepare for retirement and men want to repair for prepare for retirement? Why is there such a big difference wage? Well behavioral Finance would probably have some really academic wonderful. Research to answer that but I'm going to go a different route and I would tell you it's because men and women are fundamentally culturally Society wise. I live in the same Society. We see it differently in our roles are different add to that. The laws that have been written around retirement have been radically different for men and women. I'm going to give you two examples. The first is social security when Social Security was written it's a law so I mean keep in mind here. We've got some thousand five hundred pages of legal doctrine that supports Social Security and Medicare it is a law in in nineteen thirty-five when the Charming men in Congress were fighting this law called the Social Security Act. Society I'm using that in quotes Society was very much what we would consider today a traditional white family. The man worked outside the home the little woman stayed home. She certainly didn't have a job for pay and she raised the children. So the laws were written literally to protect her that the expectation was the man would be out in the world working wage earning a living and providing for his family up until age sixty-five at which point he would enter retirement so he couldn't retire early by the way, he would enter retirement and provide for her still by having earned a paycheck along the way so that's one example, so just even in our laws it set up where men and women are different and have different access to their money the other one though, that just slays me to this day. When I started in the retirement business again, nineteen, ninety two moms at home moms who did not have wages could only contribute $250 to an IRA 250. That was it the working dad the working husband could put in $2,000. She could only put in a hundred and fifty it wasn't until Nineteen Ninety Six, you know, that's like yesterday for me as a baby boomer like oh 1996, you know, I know that era only then could at home moms make equal contributions into an IRA. I still find that stunning. It's jaw-dropping. So women were not even allowed to stay home to raise their kids and be able to save for retirement. So yeah, we live in the same Society but the laws look at these gender roles these traditional roles. Yep. Very differently in the laws are written in that era it can sometimes take a really long time to change them. Yeah
Senate clears key hurdle to Barrett's Supreme Court nomination
"Fire Tomorrow Night Judge Amy Coney Barrett could be an associate justice on the US Supreme Court. Her nomination needs to get over a procedural hurdle today then on Monday final confirmation vote Democrats tried but failed to derail the process Senate Republican Marsha. Blackburn weighing in on Fox and friends is they do not want a female from the Political Center Center right on the Supreme Court they have invested the last forty five years into creating a narratives that you are not fully female in this country unless you've been to the agenda of the left in a surprise announcement yesterday a Republican Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, announced that she would vote guess for Barrett's confirmation. Susan. Collins of Maine. is now the only gop holdout
"marsha" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Senator Marsha Blackburn is guest. She has a new book out. We're going to talk about that in just a moment but first senator, the nomination of Amy. Coney Barrett, announced on Saturday afternoon your thoughts. are a wonderful nominee. I am thrilled that's a president selected her. She is going to make a fantastic justice because she has done such a credible job on the circuit bench and one of the things I think that is so impressive about Judge Barrett is whether you come from the left or the right. There are those who praise her in praise, her intellect, her curiosity, her commitment to the Constitution and the rule of law. As well as praising her strength of character talk about what a compassionate individual she is what a good parent she is. This is a good nominee I am going to be honored to as a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee to work on her nomination through the hearing process and then to vote. To confirm her as she will take the Supreme Court. Bench. You've written a book that was that I guess is coming out now the mind of a conservative woman seeking the best for family and country It strikes me that she serves in that manner it's you could have written this about her not realizing should be our next nominee. some of us at the White House on Saturday for a judge there it's introduction and nomination from the president we're talking about that they said Marsha. We're living this in real time because, yes, the books. Is Very, intentional and I go after the bias in prejudice in preferencing that takes place against conservative women whether they're you're hearing from the media or they're getting it from the work place and we talk about how to respond to this I. Have Guidelines on how to have those tough conversations in how to defend yourself. And your values and how to explain what conservatism is. That's why I wrote A. Whole chapter on the history of conservatives I'm going back to Jerusalem and the twelve tribes of Israel and a good explanation and by the way New Gingrich who is one of our nation's wonderful historians did the word for the book I bet you know this is something that is How to it's a guide. It's a defense of conservatism for women who find that many times and you know they've become really concerned. I know you hear it on your your show from callers they feel like it they open their mouth in the workplace thing they get fired. If they, speak. Up. At. A PTA meeting, they might get shut down or their children might get shunned and they don't want to do anything to adversely impact their family, and of course, we know that the left is going to come after Judge Barrett they're already doing it. They're questioning her adopting two children from. Haiti. they're ridiculing curse or taking her children to church. Every Sunday is if that is something outside the norm and I guess from their actions, you would think that they think. That you have to be an atheist or a secularist to be able to hold a seat on the federal. Bench. You know it's so disturbing because we know that no matter who was nominated, they're going to attack them but to attack her for her personal life and her faith is something that it strikes me if people. Across this country whether they are a person of faith or not do not respond to this and say, as we did after cabinet. Oh, by the way If folks do not respond and say that is off limits and we will punish you at the ballot box for that so that you don't do that again that's the only way to fix this behavior because it's crass and it's awful. It's truly awful. Well you're. Right, it is awful but look what they're already doing to her but this is what's left does too conservative women. They ended it is women more often it's I think conservative women's threaten Democrats. You know I, think they do too and so many times. As I have worked with women around the country they would save Marcia flying does the media denigrate and ridicule and mock us but then you turn around and who are they Gora firing and putting on magazine covers and writing feature stories on websites about it's all the liberal women but they mock us because we're pro-life pro-family, pro religion, pro business, pro military, and a- It just they shut a conservative voice down and I do think you're exactly right. The left is very fearful of conservative women but our country needs. Conservative. Female voices now, more than ever because we know that when they do stand up and speak out, there are more people in this silent majority that is out here who agreed with them. Then agree with the left who is getting in your face and trying to shout you down Senator Marsha Blackburn is our guest. The book is the mind of a conservative woman seeking the best for family and country Senator Lindsey Graham announcing over the weekend that he expects the process to begin formally and publicly October twelfth you think it's realistic that we have a vote before election. Day. Oh absolutely I do for those of us on Senate. Judiciary Committee. We started immediately working on this and nomination we didn't wait to say okay. Exactly what day what time things of that nature we went right to work and we are going to hold our hearings we are going to move judge Barrett through this process, there will be four days of hearings. There is a day for opening statements day for outside groups one day with thirty minute questioning rounds, and the second day was twenty minute questioning rounds, and then we move the nominee to the floor Move them out of committee has that been moved onto the floor for a floor vote. And you expect that to happen that that timeline puts this this vote within just a few days of the election just before the war I think you're going to it around the twenty fifth twenty six somewhere in there I certainly hoped certainly hope. So Senator Marsha, Blackburn of the Great State of Tennessee the book is the mind of a conservative woman seeking the best for family and country come back and visit us. Lot. Thank you so much..
"marsha" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from wonder, Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia Manica. Don Walker Now. Dr. By. You could not miss today's activist when she hit the New York streets. For decades she was a fixture of the city draped in flower crowns and Christmas lights and materials others discarded. She fought fiercely for the queer community while battling, Mental Illness Substance Abuse, and homelessness her middle initial p famously stood for pay. No mind. Let's talk about Marsha p Johnson. Marsha was born Malcolm Michael's junior on August. Twenty fourth nineteen forty five in Elizabeth. New. Jersey the fifth of Seven. Children. Her Father Arkham senior worked the assembly line at General Motors her mother Alberta was a housekeeper. By the age of five. Marsha. was drawn to wearing dresses. But she soon stopped intimidated by bullying from other children and a sexual assault from teenage neighbor. In nineteen sixty, three high school diploma in hand. Marshall left home for New York City with a bag of clothes and fifteen dollars. But New York despite its reputation as a progressive capital was still not an easy place for the queer community in nineteen sixty three. Just a decade earlier, sodomy had been downgraded from a felony to misdemeanor. It was illegal for two men or two women to dance together Romantically in public bars were banned from serving gay people alcohol. crossdressing often earned a sexual deviancy charge. And all of this was enforced arbitrarily by police. To survive in the city Marsha turned to sex work. She often alternated between her birth name Malcolm and Black Marsha. She later changed to Marsha p Johnson? Being arrested became commonplace Marsha later said she lost count after one hundred. TRANSPHOBIA was rampant within New, York's Gay Community Marsha became according to her one of the first people to go into. Greenwich. Village's Stonewall Inn in drag. In nineteen sixty-nine police raided the well-known gay bar attempting to arrest patrons for simply being inside. The raid kicked off a three day riot. There are many different accounts of what became known as the stonewall riots. Some say Marcia screamed I got my civil rights and through a shot glass at the bar which had been set on fire by police some say brick. Others say. A telephone pole and draft her purse heavy with bricks onto the windshield of a police car. Regardless, consensus is Marsha was there part of the vanguard pushing back against the police and that Marcia a twenty three year old black homeless gender non-conforming sex worker deserves recognition for kicking off a global movement for Lgbtq writes. The first gay pride parade hit the streets of New York in nineteen. Seventy. That same year Marsha and fellow activist Sylvia Rivera Founded Star Street transvestite revolutionaries. They advocated for other Young Trans People often clothing and housing them in a tenement on the lower east side. Their goal Marcia said was to see gay people liberated and free and to have equal rights that other people have in America. We believe in picking up the gun starting a revolution if necessary. Marsha became a well known figure across. New York. She was essentially unmissable. Tall and slender she was known for her dramatic ensembles of discarded materials, plastics, bright wigs, costume jewelry, fake fruit, and floral crowns. WHO's blooms she scavenged from the city's flower district. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, two MARSHA began working with a drag performance group. Hot. Peaches. Nineteen seventy five she was photographed by Andy Warhol as part of his gentlemen and Ladies Portfolio In nineteen eighty, she wrote in the lead car of the now annual Gay Pride Parade. When AIDS began devastating the city's? Gay. Community Marsha worked with the AIDS coalition to unleash power or act up attending meetings and protests. But amidst her growing fame as both an activist and an artist Marcia struggled under the weight of mental illness and substance abuse. Her first breakdown came in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy. For the rest of her life, she would be in and out of psychiatric hospitals. Marcia also struggled with housing living on the streets and on friends' couches for the majority of her adult life. In the summer of Nineteen ninety-two, Marsha went missing. A few days later on July six. Her body was pulled from the. Hudson, River Police quickly called it a suicide. But her friends and chosen family back against that decision and continue to do so to this day. Marsha p Johnson's magic came from her ability to mix joy with anger performance with activism. She once said. As long as gay people don't have their rights all across America, there's no reason for celebration. All month we're talking about activists for more on why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our encyclopaedia lamonica newsletter lamonica weekly. You can also follow us on facebook and Instagram at Encyclopedia. Britannica and you can follow me directly on twitter at Jenny Kaplan. Special. Thanks to Lizzy Caplan, my favorite sister and Co Creator Talk to you tomorrow. Before you go I wanNa tell you about another thoughtful podcast for women by women. It's called tilted a lean podcast in each episode Leinen. CEO Rachel, Thomas Explores topics at the intersection of gender and culture. They discuss why burn out as hitting women harder than men how to challenge binary views of. How toxic masculinity is holding boys back and how women are leaving the most powerful movements around the globe. If, you're interested in learning how to make the world less tilted for yourself or your community subscribed to. A. Lean podcast on apple spotify or wherever you listen..
"marsha" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
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"marsha" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"I wanNA I. This is a crazy question. You Elliot and Paula would have stayed together. Yeah add made a run at the end. Yeah I'd like to think so. Yeah and I think. Mostly because of Richard's character he was just too much fun to be around that you want to lose that. We're watching the other night we've seen it a budgetizing. My wife turns me. She says he's just charming. Yeah he was great he was that was that was a good good marriage of of actor and writer. Yeah which think oh totally totally totally. Yeah and when we did prisoner of second half new in London then we had A. We had a huge success there again. Because I think that comes straight just picked up where you left off. Yeah that's so great. Also I knew oh how to rein him in you know because if you Richard go rhino stopping and there was this one I remember remember. There was this one performance where he has to go kind of semi nuts but he went full out nuts and he's practically climbing naming some Bookshelves and I. I have the next line and he's going on so I just folded my hands and I waited waited and the audience is laughing and he's it's feeding him more and more so by this time he looks like an A.. Rang a Tang climbing the bookshelves and finally he sort of like comes to and he looks at me and I just said are you finished and tastic. But that's the kind of special chemistry we have and neal was thrilled with it just locking away. You couldn't make you can build eldest. No you can't make that. Now we're going to tell people to read your book which he published in two thousand journey a personal odyssey. Thank you read all the different titles that you almost most went through and I find as I said I find it fascinating that you bring up. Names like Edward Arnold and Lionel Barrymore. We love character actors. Here we love the James Amy yet goes off the yeah Bruno. Kirby's on the John Hope and you know movies lost those characters for a long doc. Time I mean Joe Pesci. She's bringing them back. You know you marty me like this day. Horton we the have while any kind of really interesting character actor if you think about it. What film can we name other than? I'm being I think. Think about because only because Joe Pesci she is getting so much Royce. Now and I think Martin Scorsese dealt in character actors. Or but for the broad rod swath of I know what you now to Rosa are out there wall absolutely not revered like they were in the forties forties thirties. Now the person like us. Do you see these these and I. That's how I grew up watching. I mean I remember David Suss kinds play of the week in black and white million dollar movies time Bob boss born yet yea oh he was wonderful rate grade that yeah and part of the problem is too. Is that the studio wannabes. The executives for a long time. I don't know if this is true today but for quite a while there. They didn't even know who anybody was from the seventies it's crazy. It's one of the reasons we do. This show yeah. We're we're trying to keep these names alive we're trying to. We're trying to keep this history alive. Jessica Walter said to us as we were walking around to the elevator. Don't ever stop doing this. Because he directs tar you yes. She's great and steel magnolias. And she was fabulous. She said keep. I'm doing this because she sees it as a public service as as we do you know and watching something like the cheap detective or murder by death you see these are movies made by movie lovers that Neil had such a love for Alicia Cook Junior and Paulhan read and these people that and Sydney greenstreet. I loved them down to Houston in here. John Houston son. Oh Wow weeks ago we were talking about about this. There's a character actor totally totally and he does a great John. Marshall What's next what's chapter three well I've been directing more and more now. So that's really good and I just finished the play at the Irish Rep actually played a north Dublin Grandmother in your neighborhood. The Irish RIP IT Little Genoa. We just finished we fall about three weeks ago guests doing some mathematics. Yes worked there absolutely. Yeah so you're directing and you're you know more racing now more race matthew is an Irish jeweler I think. Oh He's definitely Irish. Yeah if if he is that puts him and I I had this whole category virus. Jews are Jack Warden Leo Gorski. Well of course spend still are right. Miller Orwell Harrison Ford. Right to these things preoccupy reoccupy yourself very is through a whole interview. They never brought up hot rod. People have to. I'll have to do their own research. We WanNA thank you. I've had a great time for us and we WANNA thank Marc Malkov who who from you did the Carson podcast. Yes with mark. This is your second podcast. Actually that's right. I forgot that. Put us in touch with us. Thank you mark. I did head I love. I love Johnny. He was really nice and people should read your book. People who want to be an actor or one person it's fascinating thank your childhood. It is fascinating to thank you. And the whole the whole journey Well they if they want the book or something and have difficulty finding it. They can go on facebook and I'll got it to them. You're on facebook. Oh so you're out there. I'm out there. I'm on twitter. I'm on facebook. We will share with you the social media responses to this. Okay cool pleasantly flattered. Okay good so this has been Gilbert Godfrey Jr amazing colossal podcast with my co host. Frank Santo Padre and we have been speaking to hooker. Where will herself the Hukou? Probably five thousand interviews. No one on his ever serenaded. US Thrill I enjoy for us. It's a whole new career. I'm aware roll off. A dachsie.
"marsha" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Over in a corner somewhere so I go over and I hide behind some MM flats or whatever in the studio this before the Pan Am building and I watch him up act to a a a a drawing on the floor of where the body is supposed to be and Nehemiah purse off was so anyway fade out at. Somebody caught me doing this and so I guess it got back to him. I don't know how it happened. But anyway I mentioned to him more. He knew about it. Whatever it was fade out were now in the Pan Am building and we're going down the escalator and he comes up behind me and he said or I say to him something. Like oh Mr Fox whatever and he goes You WanNa to be an actor and I said Yes yes I do and and everything and I must have told them I think I I I got this coat. Ah So he said Okay said so your mother can see you gotta stand right here. Ah So while we're going down this skull later there. I am Canadian. Jacket code or whatever batter fog. I'd I just love what a nice thing to do for young on Murder by death. I told him that. Yeah Yeah there was accuser. Well I mean I heard interviews with Neil Simon that he was a big Peter Falk Fan yeah and there. I wish peculiar production of the sunshine boys overwhelmed with Woody Allen and Woody Allen Peter Yeah God I came and went yeah it was like a TV movie a less successful really. And I mean you know you. Yeah can't say anything about the town to be the one woody Allen impede a focus right it just didn't work and you just keep thinking Walter Matthau was just as in the book but I found this in an interview with you Joan rivers and someone else planned to do a female version of the odd couple. Yeah wanted you there. They wanted to run it by you. They want they wanted a woman presence with securely you forgive because I'm forgetting it was Joan rivers and I can't remember no they did it with Rita. Moreno and Sally struthers that's right but it was but it was to other people and the other people at the time I don't remember it either. Yeah Yeah but they. They wanted your input in to this day. If you see if it's one of yours if it's only when I laugh if it's goodbye girl if it's chapter two can you are you one of those actors that can stop and and watch or do you deconstruct. I can't watch this because I did this wrong and I did that. No it's not that I don't have any problem I can watch the dailies and what's really cool is I learned. Learn this about myself. I don't know why by I would watch the dailies in and in those days the director allowed me to so it was her broths. Or whatever Bob more that that Invariably we always pick the same takes on interesting so I I just think truth and the purity of the take justice clear to everybody so and I can be very objective and professional professional about it and like I said I think that's maybe part and parcel of y Neil respected me and and also. I was very respectful full of what the scene required in who the character was but if they come on the television. Are you able to escape into the story or are you thinking about everything that what's going on time. You know actually what happened is I remember. There was this one time stab in quite a while ago but I heard this voice ace and I thought God I know that person who is that and the ants slowly. I came around the corner and it was me on the television and one of the movies I said. Oh well now we really do have to shut it off your voice you don't cringe when you watch yourself. No no now now robber more did good work. Yes he either way murder by death and the cheap detective and and only when I laugh not only when I left that was a Glenn Glenn Jordan Jordan but he did some good stuff in chapter two. Yeah Yeah for people should know about him and should know about his work. We throw some names at you just to get to get quick reactions. Actions I wrote down some of the wonderful people you work with. We talked about conn Anthony Hopkins. Oh Tony Yes not only only that by Ron Wise. Yes by but also Tony and I did a play. We actually really sweet tied Hanes at the roundabout said that we helped them save the roundabout at that moment. Because I brought I brought Tony out of because Savoy Audrey rose we wanted to do a play together and we picked Harold PINTER's Old Times and I got Jane Alexander to do it while all three of us did it for the roundabout knit. It helped them keep their their company alive. There's an actor I can watch absolutely no. He's brilliant. There's no no such thing as a bad movie with with with a he's holding your attention. They was that they were that one with Chris Rock I don't uh-huh Oh bad company. Yeah yeah but I mean even movies like magic and then we can't take your eyes off the guy. What about the Great Albert Finney? Oh I loved Albert. Yeah it was great to work with you know. The Brits are really interesting interesting and especially the actors they the they have. I don't know if it's because they have the confidence president of their country. There's thing yeah they they are. They're treated seriously and they. We can go from theater to television to film and they can work through all of their ages and they're revered and they're forgiven knighthoods and they're considered royalty even though they have a monarchy in that country people say a that actors movie stars are the royalty of America. But it's not true because the minute a woman gets a certain age. She's just stretch. I you know go away so you're allowed to become esteemed older actors. Yeah and maybe maybe we're going to get there with you know today's Hollywood. And the METOO movement by most people do died. I still have that tacky. Sort live I don't know attitude I think about people in my who are actors yes they are revered their respective. Don't get me wrong but at the same time it isn't really the same and tell us about your one day's work. DOC was turned into a vampire. I learned the word. I learned a new new word because the description was she's the Dachsie and I didn't know what that man and a man or woman who worked on the docks who was a prostitute for the the sailors or whatever it's called a dachshund and then I came. I became aware wolf or whatever so I had to. I did my hair ear and the makeup and the whole thing. So you're a hooker. Where Wolf I was a hooker? Where will vampire Rafael? I was a hooker where I remember what I remember show. Actually we stylish show dark shadows. I used to watch because because I love anything to do with Munster's but I remember even back then knowing this was like a zero budget. Pretend to- a Totally Black White. What about the Great Jason Robards God and Max Dugan Returns Yeah movie I like was so so wonderful? It was so great. He was so at ease. Some talk about casual laid back or right on running. Ah British thespians but you worked with your share of when you're dropping names like Eli Waldwick. Jason Robards said Albert Finney Yep I Will Count Albert Finney any as an as an American actor but still you work now. You're absolutely right. Giants absolute and chemistry in that film. I love yeah well. I had such respect for him because I told him that In all the president's men he has this moment where are he finally decides to tell Woodward and those guys to go forward the keep the camera on Jason. He turns around and it's on his back back and he's walking away and the camera holds on him just him and he just kind of does this thing on the desk as he's leaving and that moment moments that actors great actors have always sort resonate. So when I was doing television movie about was with Kiefer Sutherland. When he was I dunno oh eighteen or something and I play a doctor? And he's this difficult child and I have this moment. Where we make kind.
"marsha" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Here. I'll do it is Paul Williams headed what does shipper way to start a love for my Gosh Greig thin. Insure how much I would check me. Voter Madman Order Simpler hordic Cologne along with the fiction from UH sentimental food too. Little current WHO's broke broke every rule. One lifts me up when the herders seem to let me down and to be. Or How shooed blue. uh-huh hang this ball on this show too after a while. He had to join in sitting like Stereo Stereo. That's great I love it I long. I always loved that song. Got Confused is because I just had a thing on facebook or twitter or something. I think it was facebook and somebody sent me a woman in Canada. Who's a like a benefactor for years? She sent me. A picture of bread was a bread. Who did the goodbye? David Gates David Gates. So I guess I've form yes so I got the two confused too right and and one of the actors in of course voice. WHO's Eli Wallich? The Gray one of our favorites actors I loved. Didn't put the bug in your ear that you might want to do the DOS lutely did head and I'm trying to remember why we knew one another. I can't remember why because he said to me. Oh Oh by the way I just got a script. I think you'd be great in it. Or whatever and it was the Cinderella Liberty script and he was going give it to me and then they were sent in. That's how that whole thing and I went back and Blah Blah and missed the thing but you're right it was. It was US ally Wall Lake who I mentioned it to me now. You say you didn't in those days you didn't have The confidence to to speak up the way you do now but do I have this right. You Talk to Ridell. He made a request about changing the ending. I did so that's A. That's a bold stroke. I did well you you know when it came to material I have a friend Jack. O'Brien and some other people tell the I really can't lie because they can read it on my face. And I I so this An original screening and I told Mark that I thought it you're asking us to root for this couple and then to you know have them fail or not succeed and especially her is GonNa hurt. It's GonNa not be good good and and he said but that's life that's real interesting so I said Okay but then he listened to some extent and they did a voice over and that basketball stuff at the end where Jimmy con says to the kid. My kid you know. We're going to go find her fade out. It's a year later and I go down to the Public to see an early version of the chorus chorus line and in this version that Michael Bennett had written and by the way the good doctor was directed ultimately by Michael Bennett that we had to directors and So Michael had asked Neil to come down and take a look at it and and we went and in this particular Production that night because they were working on it it was you know. Basically Eliya early in the show CASSIE doesn't make the cut. So Michael asked my my opinion and I said I think you've making a mistake of course loan and I see. So what do you mean scene and I said she has to stay in the line and he said well but it's not real. I said listen Mark Ridell said that and I said said people do not go to the theater to see life just imitated back at them in the same despairing way that their experience interesting so I said you have to have hope you have to a spy or you have to feel better And they changed it and cassie stayed in the line. You heard it here. Marsha Mason per as the ending of course well. I didn't actually Oh God Oh Marvin hamlet in the documentary for the chorus I totally. I forgot the story and somebody said to me. Oh my God you change the whole thing of course line and I said what are you talking about. They said I just saw the documentary and Marvin. Hamlet says you changed it. I said I so I went and I saw the documentary. I didn't know he knew so he it was true. That's I read that in pretty woman. The original ending in the script was he drives derives right to where he picked her up Hansard. The money and drives all was a much darker. Yeah yeah which I would have loved to seen that ending. You know what's funny. Cinderella Liberty being a creature of the seventies movies. American movies have changed in those days. An an audience would accept that ending. You know we were in the age of midnight. Cowboy would have a Downer but I think that's the good bye girl was so successful because in those days you went to these small movie theaters and you filled out cards and people were desperate for a what they call the family only movie in other words a movie they could take their kids to and that we had no idea that the goodbye girl would be as as successful restful and part of it was because we just happen to get lucky on that shift out of the darkness. It's interesting A more are positive vein. I will let you know that my wife and I tear up and we did again Saturday night when you pick up that guitar fire escape in the Rain I love you get choked up now thinking about it at the you know well see I really you. Are we sell them. Well we're in dark times and so it's good head to have a balance you know where you have. Yeah dark is a given but so is life one of the things that make it great as a Romantic Matt. Comedy is the darkness and talked before about that. That's the Neil could write that scene. It's a and it takes time putting these two people together but you break my my heart hundred times you put in the scene where you're in the street and your stuffing Spaghetti back in the box now. But that's just the truth. Yeah there there's so much pain to get right there you know. Yeah it's it's it's why I think it's a model romantic comedy. That people who want to make romantic comedies. Should look at. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Because it's real. Yeah you want to tell us about. How Paul Newman Gut you into racecar? Driving the intro now the whole world is wondering what and you wants drove over car two hundred miles an hour. Yeah Yeah I can't pick doesn't drive. Yeah Yeah I was was. I was a well when you say professional. I was a A Sports Car Club. SCC A driver for seven years. I had the team I I been to most of the tracks in the West and the Mid West and I I always brought the car home and I was made a chevalier by the what does that. Mean is racing in their fifties and Dan Yeah so I had. I'd I did it all yeah. Gt Three car. You bought one. It was built. Okay well the very first one I bought was it was. Gt Three car And I bought it off a kid and re Alto for about twenty five hundred hundred and put a Mazda engine in it and had a kind of mom and pop team with a friend of mine. who was a lawyer and it was like a pastime a hobby and I was living out in La at the time so we went up to button? 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"marsha" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
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"marsha" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Are ugly dangerous. Ugly and dangerous. Seeing him not ugly, but dangerous is this Taylor swift story. Not ugly. Ugly. Wait, do you think tell us? What does nationally we talking about a little too thin for me? But, but that's that's just. A lack curvaceous? What can I say? Ladies Taylor, swift the other day took to Instagram where she has a hundred and twelve million followers and said how she's going to be participating in the elections there in Tennessee where she lives about she's not gonna vote for Marsha Blackman. Not voting for Marsha Blackburn. Now her overall. Sentiment. There of you gotta get out there and vote has gotten over one hundred thousand people to register to vote the importance of understanding, culture and society. Politics is downstream of culture, and in this culture. A you realize the kind of power. People like like Taylor swift told tremendous amount. And it's why every time we, you know seed the culture don't pay attempt to the culture don't think the culture has value. Oh, I don't watch the Grammys are I'm not watching that movie your I'm not doing we're we're losing. We're losing. Let me tell you. If I see one more video series from a conservative where they've got an American flag in the background room. My head through the wall. Yet, we've seen that it doesn't make you cool or hip. There's nothing wrong with loving America. I happen to be a huge fan. There's something very wrong with thinking, content and culture is about flag-waving. Stop Gobi interesting for the love of the Lord actually people want. They want interesting. They want you to create. Go do that in the same way. We tell these left the artists to shut up and sing maybe you should like, I don't know do something instead of just flag-waving. Taylor swift hundred twelve million followers on on Instagram, and she tells her people that you know, to go out there and vote, but she's not running for Marsha Blackburn. 'cause Marsha Blackburn doesn't then gay people should be served in a restaurant. It's not with Marsha Blackburn, Republican Tennessee, thanks. And the minute you read that you realize my gosh. Taylor swift when full talking points as opposed to fact, if you want to make the argument that Marsha Blackburn or any conservative believes that you should not be forced against to act against your religious principles for same sex wedding cake in terms of just the decorating of the cake, which is where these cases seem to come down to. Well, you can if you want to believe that's wrong. Go ahead. But you gotta be able to spell that out. Not talking about a tweet a little bit of character. You just trying to get a quick thought. Oh, no. Because if you are to leave that just as it is Marsha Blackburn doesn't think that gay people? Should be you know, gay people shouldn't be served in restaurants. Well, that's that's that's not right. As a matter of fact, that's really insulting. That's a terrible thing to do to Marsha Blackburn..
"marsha" Discussed on Taking a Leap
"Five it'll it'll just be titled six steps to ending cleanser and they can click that and i like to use my name as an acronym so i have six steps one that starts 'em on the starches a r s h and they're and they're welcome to get it and can you also get your email address before we we wrap up yes yes marsha sins sort it out dot net and i also have a gift for all of your listeners if they would like to get my daily three organizing tips they can find that on my website also and it'll also be with the six that's index clutter thank you thank you martha very general alright so thank you marcia for being here with us today sharing all your tips for organizing and really showing us that you were in our shoes at one point but be can overcome whatever we're going through when it comes to organizing thank you ever thank you thank you my guest today was marsha sims this is your life coach stepper brown thanking you pretending into taking a leak if you have any questions or comments i can be reached directly at nine five four three six one three six one seven or you can visit taking a leap dot com to you.
"marsha" Discussed on Taking a Leap
"Hi everyone this is year life coach debra brown welcoming you to taking a leap or guest today is marsha sims masha sins is a professional organizer with over twenty five years of experience in the organizing industry she's a phone or presidents of store down in the leading professional organizing company in south florida and is recognized as one of the top professional organizers in the country having authored by popular books on organizing after twenty years of hands on organizing marcia has moved her business online and has over two hundred regular participants are on the world in her programs and international speaker marsha spoken business groups in the us and abroad at international conferences national community and civic organizations she's been interviewed extensively in the media and has been featured in national magazines including women's day better homes and garden women's world self costco magazine and family circle in newspapers as well including the miami herald the sunsentinel the pompey post times the manning times the west wide gadgets and the south or business durum and has appeared on over one hundred radio stations and television programs marcia is a proud mother of three adult sons at her idea fun is helping people who've lost hope of being organized regain the control over their lives they feel they've lost welcome to the show marceau howard is absolutely my pleasure to be here thank you you are welcome it's my pleasure to have you here so my first question to every guest is what has been your biggest leap in life.
"marsha" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Yeah but really he's lowered the bar so far the you're like how do you go oh this is high i mean it's selective outrage but we've known these things we knew that people were dying in puerto rico when he was tossing paper towels and how's it pl that's what made it well it was outrageous how many how many casualties the t 'cause with headed injuries who knows yeah but we do that then so yeah it's like we we know the truth and we reported and then he goes but what about peanut butter you know and then everybody goes yeah what about her and not only right who what we get all count up in that and oh she's dead it's we here's a weird thing too so we're taping this on june first this pride month starting try to say to you i was like oh i didn't know marsha workable was gay honestly because i just i just loved you as a comedian and you ain't religion come out to last year and i know people like what a female comedian is what really shocks but i did not i didn't actually no i didn't know i felt like you were out before though no i was out you know people come out in stages yeah no do we google what you're came out thirteen thousand ten thank you i came out in two family and friends and that whole thing and and do but i didn't know i was gay until i was in my twenties yeah know me neither about that stuff i was born i say i like to say on state i'm the same ages oprah winfrey we were born in the year of brown versus the board education so nobody talked about those they have they just called you different and i was different which means they knew and they could've saved me a lot of trouble if they had just told me but they right but they didn't yeah.
"marsha" Discussed on Slate's Represent
"They do allow for moments of these similar questions to be raised uh there's a you know they have this running at parallel narrative that's happening between victoria crews trying to investigate the murder of of marsha pizza already uh the death of marsha be johnson because were still not sure she was murdered or not um and also sylvia rivera but then there is also the case of ease ilan on nettles who is a modern day trans black woman who is who has murdered and we know that she was murdered her on her uh her perpetrated her murder is a was sentence and we follow that case and at one point someone someone outside of the courthouse brings up the idea you know you know everyone has here for gay marriage but why aren't they here for this when a trans person of colour is is being has been killed and they're not at this courthouse are not protesting in these things are happening all the time and i think one thing that the the documentary does doing a job of his is is sort of laying out the the tension between within the clear community uh between the trans people of color like marcia in soviet who felt neglected um and the the rest of the correct committee yeah um i definitely think that it is going back to the the dawn of the gay civil rights movement um they're all these people who just completely got left behind in i don't want to take away from uh from david french his work in bringing these stories out um you know to a wider audience i just think that.
"marsha" Discussed on SRSLY
"I think partly because of that event this actually quite a lot footage of moderate given how margin she was as a person this is actually quite low film footage of has speaking at demonstrations and she was a model of andy warhol and stuff like that so how life was fairly documented jay gases what makes it possible to make a film about her whereas it wouldn't be possible to make a film about joe the hundreds thousands of other people like cut who died in a very hot aaron clearly as a person as well she just walls very generous and ready reached out to so many people that so many people felt that they owed something to her by a lot of people have been very kind of active in preserving her memory and making sure that she died for some thing if that makes sense one thing i foundry interesting about this film is so many people working on the case to reopen the case of her death and just generally working in lgbt activism who were there at that time were people who were friends with marsha as well as people he yet politically influenced by her and i think the personal political is so intertwined in this movie and it radi it really just hit home all the more wii deaths upsetting why it's so personal when someone is trying to take away your rights obviously is already personal but that's just something in this film where the idea that the police were looking into marshes death is not only symbolic and upsetting because it symbolizes how little the police want to look into the deaths of trans women it's also just upsetting on a very very personal level for so many of the people involved in this room because they left and they knew her an.
"marsha" Discussed on SRSLY
"It's a slightly messy situation with a low of allegations that in the reports anyway there's not enough proof being often yet so i think it will probably develop but yet it's as you say it's an unpleasant coincidence given the subject matter of the fill so to talk about the film itself is looking into this particular case of marsha p johnson's death which does seem to be shrouded in mystery and who becomes very clear early on that she died at a time in which the brutal attacking and murder of trans women was just not uncommon annoy even considered the importation by police officials of the time and also delves very much into who she was as a person a more her role walls in lgbt activism uh in the time that she was alive and for me i just found this film so educational because it speaks to a movement on a time that i am not sepa familiar with you know you always know things about how much more people had to struggle to get that basic rights accepted in previous decades but that really really hit home watching this for me yeah i found it the same that obviously i know the basic facts of what happened at slow rural but for instance and i knew that stay will was a bar frequented by lgbt people but i did not know for instance that stole more was a bar owned and so of run essentially by the mafia and that's why it was considered a safe haven for quit people accept trip because the mafia didn't allow the police to intervene right so there you go kind of layers upon layers of the hidden secrets going on to allow this place and then of course the police raid it may be partly because it's a mafia hang out and partly because it's that led to great people who knows and as it turns into a big riot that really galvanizes the gay rights movement and marsha was that as were lots of the other people who feature in this film.
"marsha" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM
"And then i can i know i can turn to the ride a couple of channels and find cnn and a couple more and find mst enzi and i decided i'd play the russia drinking game i said the word and and i turned and cnn was in commercial too and i turned again to dnc tv at i kid you not it was four words for the fourth word was marsha marsha marsha all right it was uh that was it and i and i laughed out loud i'm in my car by myself driving to work this morning and i laughed out loud and uh and then i listen for about a minute more and i laugh tumour times and came in and we had to uphold the audio as we like to say you pull better we yanked that audio that audio has been yanked and we have it and it's just so sad there so there are so pathetic the the cnn people this morning they've got there they call it the lower third graphic the big graphic bedcovers the lower third of the screen as you might imagine and says trump white house consumed by cloud of russia and i said no that's actually not true cnn is consumed by the cloud of russia but uh in a reasonable people art and you saw the surveys that came out asking the american people what issues are more important to you most important you a political issues are most important to your site jobs on the economy as the runaway winner like secretariat it wins by twenty five lengths and then other things that matter terrorism and war and pace and education and semolina flour and and i mean all kinds of things are more important than they get to marsha marsha marsha is about six percent of americans think that marsha is important and that it constitutes seventy five percent of the media coverage so all the things that are really important to americans the news media is studiously militantly ignoring and then the things that we actually do care about i i it's just it's about what we care about they ignore what we don't care about their obsessed with i.
"marsha" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Marsha we all all as of was asia's mm vaughan h what sonos the as the house sonos stay true now that probably in other words air nicely and have your radio lists term you can actually see where we're showing how they added to make it the sap give a totally different topics and then just editing and together uh where it's unrecognizable what i was actually sang and that's just the little preview of what's coming diabetes high blood pressure anxiety megs everyone's on them if you're a fifty year old male maybe that porky and you may even have type 2 diabetes a million dollars of german sheeran's may only.