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Day 333 of The Bible in a Year: Peter Is Rescued From Prison
"The acts of the apostles, chapter 12. James killed, and Peter imprisoned by Herod. About that time Herod the king laid violent hands upon some who belonged to the church, he killed James, the brother of John with the sword. And when he saw that it pleased the Jews, he proceeded to arrest Peter also. This was during the days of unleavened bread, and when he had seized him, he put him in prison and delivered him to four squads of soldiers to guard him, intending after the Passover to bring him out to the people. So, Peter was kept in prison, but Ernest prayer for him was being made to God by the church. An angel rescues Peter from prison. That very night, when Herod was about to bring him out, Peter was sleeping between two soldiers bound with two chains and sentries before the door were guarding the prison. And behold, an angel of the lord appeared, and a light shone in the cell, and he struck Peter on the side and woke him saying, get up quickly. And the chains fell off his hands, and the angel said to him, dress yourself and put on your sandals, and he did so. And he said to him, wrap your cloak around you and follow followed him, he did not know that what was done by the angel was real, but thought he was seeing a vision. When they had passed the first and the second guard, they came to the iron gate leading into the city. It opened to them of its own accord, and they went out and passed on through one street, and immediately the angel left him. And Peter came to himself and said, now I am sure that the lord has sent his angel and rescued me from the hand of Herod, and from all that the Jewish people were expecting. When he realized this, he went to the house of Mary, the mother of John, whose other name was Mark, where many were gathered together and were praying, and when he knocked at the door of the gateway, I made named rhoda came to answer. Recognizing Peter's voice in her joy, she did not open the gate, but ran in and told that Peter was standing at the gate. They said to her, you are mad. But she insisted that it was so. They said, it is his angel. But Peter continued knocking, and when they opened, they saw him and were amazed. But motioning to them with his hand to be silent, he described to them how the lord had brought him out of the prison, and he said, tell this to James, and to the brethren. Then he departed, and went to another place.
US earns respect at World Cup, but wins remain elusive
"The U.S. men's soccer team finished in a scoreless time with England and now must be to ran on Tuesday in order to advance to the knockout round. America's Christian Pulisic have the best opportunity to score, hitting the crossbar and left footed kick in the 33rd minute. The Americans had more good scoring opportunities than their higher rated English counterparts, particularly in the second half, but could not get the goal that coach Greg burr holt has team needed for the win. Overall, pleased with the performance of the group, most importantly, the belief of the group because that never wavered. American goalie Matt Turner was solid and net making three saves. The U.S. took 7 corner kicks while England had only three. I'm Tom Mary
Kiffin plans to return; No. 20 Ole Miss falls to Bulldogs
"Mississippi state came from behind to win the 8 ball at 20th ranked Mississippi 24 22. All miss was leading 16 7 late in the first half when the bulldogs Will Rogers through the first of his two touchdown passes with 8 seconds left to cut the rebels lead to 1614. Roger's second TD past gave state a 24 16 lead midway through the fourth quarter. Is everything, you know, like you said, third shot, you know? Kind of got tired of losing these guys. Obviously they're really, really good football team. The bulldogs needed to stymie an old miss two point conversion tribe with just over a minute remaining to seal the win. The loss was the third straight for the rebels who coached lane kiffin as speculated to be heading to auburn. I'm Tom Mary.
Paul Kengor on Bella Dodd's Struggle Against Communism
"In the 1930s, many, many people thought communism was the wave of the future. It was a good thing. It made tremendous inroads. People were we have apologists for Stalin, you know, getting Pulitzer prizes in The New York Times. It was a time before much of the world knew the satanic evil of the Soviet Union. And so you had a lot of these folks that were, they really believed somehow that communism was a good thing. Obviously, bellad was one. So what was it that they saw or that they believed communism could bring about? And when did they, when did she begin to see that this wasn't the case that this crusade that she was on had not been a good thing? Well, kind of the final thing, I'll hit that first that pulled her in was fascism. And there's a quote from her in the book. She said, I joined the devil himself, but that's what it took to fight fascism. Now, of course, you don't have to be a communist to fight to fight fascism, right? But the party was really good at creating groups with front groups with names like the American League against Warren fascism. But in her case, she came to America, she was born in Italy in 1904. So Eric she had this beautiful Italian Catholic name, right? Mary asante Isabella of the stono, which means like the assumption of the blessed mother, right? And she comes to America and she came to New York, her family brought her here for a better life. And she immediately fell in with radical elements in her grade school in her high school at hunter college in New York. College was a hotbed of the dish. That's a fact.
CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts
"Again, one of those shows that not exactly what you signed up for, but it's Monday and that's the way it is. Also on CNN, I watched the history of sitcoms. The other night oh, by the way, big news. The head of CNN. Chris licked, my told you is going to do great things at that network. He's still making sweeping changes. You know, he got rid of Brian stelter as we know, the guy who also the guy who was jerking off during the Zoom call, Jeffrey too, but he's gone. He took Don lemon's prime time shell away, and now he's really changing things. It was announced that there will be no more drinking alcohol during CNN's New Year's Eve broadcast. Doesn't Chris lick no, that was the only reason why any of us tuned in to see Andy Collin lit up with Anderson Cooper who could barely handle a shot. We used to have a drunk Kathy Griffin with a lot of fun people, Don Lennon was loaded, dancing, it's fun. Give him one day a year to be assholes. Well, seen in their assholes, all year long. But you know, one day is not that big. But no, he cut it out. No more alcohol. So I'm watching this show, the sitcom story, you know, no show ever, ever says anything nice about rosemary. You guys know rosemary. I don't think all of you do. You might act like you do, but you don't. Those of you under 40, 45, probably have no clue. Rosemary was great on the Dick Van Dyke show. She was married to Maury Amsterdam on the show. Van Dyke was something you always want. And he'd walk in and trip over the sofa, a little cushion, and it got home and had his Martine. It was one of those shows, whatever. It was easy viewing, you hear the dogs? just as loud. But rosemary at 5 years old, she was offered a 7 year contract and became a radio star at NBC radio network. And then she made a bunch of films. At 5. Could you imagine what her me too stories were about? I mean, she's dead now, but could you imagine the stories she could tell you about running around desks and who was trying to nail her? This is back when women were secretaries and housewives on librarians. I also saw a bunch of stuff how great to watch Ed Asner as Lou grant on the Mary Tyler Moore show, saw a clip where he got all hot and bothered by Mary's friend, wrote a morgen star, remember Valerie Harper house I loved rhoda. Rona was like before Laverne on Laverne and Shirley. Before Laverne defazio, rona Morgan stern was the first girl on a sitcom that, as an Italian kid, or as a city kid, you'd go, I mean, I grew up a Long Island, but I still had a little bit of Brooklyn in me. You see that girl and you go, oh yeah, that's my cousins. That's our Friends. I know wrote a Morgan stern. Jewish or Italian same thing. Laverne de fazio, same thing. I didn't grow up with Cindy's. I grew up with Laverne's. And I grew up with rhoda's not Mary Tyler Moore's. And it was wonderful to see her because then you said, oh my God, there's a chance for all of us to get work. It's a lot similar, it's very similar to what black people felt when suddenly they thought to appear. There are people began to appear in sitcoms. You know, build caused by was huge and I spy and it made them go, oh my God, we can do this. One of our own is there. So I get that. But there's one part where Lou, Lou grant walks around rhoda as she walks into the newsroom. And he goes, you, you're different. I like you. Then he goes behind it, and he says, I like it from back here too. An old Valerie Harper can say is, I think he's about to kick my tie is what a different world. Thinking back when I was a kid, I had no idea that kind of talk bothered women. Because I saw my mother and my sisters laugh at those comments. So how could any of us think that what they were saying was improper? You know what I mean? And then Betty White, they showed Betty White. I know Betty White way older than me, but I can't explain it. I had a crush on him. I remember being a teenager. And thinking, you know what? When I never married, it would be great to be married to a woman like Betty White. Look at that dimple on her left cheek, you can hold a couple water in that dimple. She's so funny. She loves her men. I just felt like Betty's the best. And that was a kid. I was right.
Beyoncé ties Grammy record after leading nominations with 9
"Ten works are competing for the top award at the Grammys album of the year I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at the nominees Voyage ABBA's first album in 40 years will compete against Adele's 30 and Beyoncé's renaissance for album of the year Harry's house by Harry Styles is also a contender along with good morning gorges by Mary J. Blige lizzo's special Brandi carlile's in the silent days and mister morrell in the big steppers by Kendrick Lamar The final competitors are Coldplay's music of the spheres and UNOS and tea by Bad Bunny the first album to be nominated for album of the year at the Grammys and the Latin Grammys
Paris 2024 Olympics, Paralympics mascot is a smiling hat
"A Red Hat with a lot of symbolic meaning in France has been selected as the mascot for the 2024 Paris Olympics If he is It's known as a friesian cap and is worn by Mary Ann Francis personification of liberty who can be found everywhere from schoolrooms to stamps usually leading the troops during the French Revolution The two 2024 Olympic mascots are dubbed together a lay fridge and look kind of like a pair of floppy red triangles with friendly faces a tricolor ribbon and bright sneakers the Paralympic version features a prosthetic leg Organizers say they wanted something that represented an ideal and chose the cap as an allegory of freedom that embodies the ability we have when we collectively decide to rise up to strive for something better I am Jennifer King
Sticking the Landing
"We're not counting our chickens before they are hatched. We are not we just got to let me go to a gymnastics analogy. I'm gymnastics metaphor. We've got to stick the landing. Right now, like Mary Lou Retton, we are twirling through the air and hoping to stick the landing and that means we're hoping to get the results that we need and silly crazy me, we're hoping to get those results in a timely fashion. We have been told, if you notice the people are trying to beat you into submission, election day, we're kind of Ozzy and Harriet era nonsense is that. Eisenhower's president, election day. We now need several days. We got all these mail in ballots. It's busy and lots of people are voting. And we got big cities and stuff to do and things to crunch through. So it might take the better part of a week. We should think now in terms of election week. Well, guess what? That's a hard no for me. If there are some razor thin, dead heat races, okay, I mean, we've all stayed up to the wee hours to wait for something to come in. Maybe even you wake up the next morning, and it's still not totally done. All right, I understand. I understand. But you start talking to me about well into Thursday, well into Friday well into the weekend. Oh, hell no, if you'll excuse me. And eyes are peeled and the antennae are up for all kinds of nonsense.
Lee, Nelson lead surging Islanders to 5-2 win over Blues
"The islanders net four unanswered second period goals and beat the blues 5 to two New York wins their 5th in a row St. Louis has dropped 6 straight The second period goals are scored by cow pal Mary Brock Nelson Josh Bailey and Anders Lee Regardless of what's going on over there that's a great that's a great hockey team And they're going to figure it out and they're going to they're going to have a great season It's just a stretch for them And so we knew they were coming and becoming hard And they always doing this building is a tough place to play Vladimir Cinco and Robert Thomas score for the blues Ilya siroc and wins in Jordan Bennington takes the loss Mike Reeves St. Louis
Jeff Stein: Kitchen Table Issues Matter Most to Voters
"When you look at some of these numbers coming out, Wall Street Journal, a new survey suburban white suburban women just bolting the Democrat party and embracing the Republicans. I'd like to get your take on that from the heartland and then Mary jump in. Sure. It's kitchen table issues Todd. That's what's important, the Democrats thought that group of people that you mentioned would be in the bank because of the Dobbs decision. And while that may be a factor, they're much more concerned about jobs and crime and can we put food on the table that isn't simply meatless hamburger helper every night because they can't afford everything else. So again, Democrats have their own beltway idea of what's important, there's absolutely no way it works in the heartland. And I think that's what you're going to see in these closing days.
Mary Walter: Why Joe Biden Is Speaking From the Capitol Tonight
"We just heard President Biden going to be addressing the nation at Mary. What do you think we can expect? Well, apparently he's going to talk about he's giving this speech from the capitol because that's where that's where the overthrow of democracy was attempted from the capitol. So I'm sure they're going to trot out the red lights again. And two stormtroopers in the back. And because it works so well, the first time. So they're going to do it again. Here's what's amazing to me about all of this. And I think I've said it before to you Todd. How are the Democrats misreading the room this badly? This is what Republicans do. Republicans are the ones who can't message Republicans otherwise. Well, let's face it a lot of Republicans kind of just fell into this, right? And because the Democrats are playing so poorly, it's falling into their lap. How are they screwing this up so badly? I don't understand it. Nobody cares about January 6th, but they don't have anything else. I am going to be fascinated glued to my television with popcorn and a beer because this is going to be the best entertainment there is tonight. Jeff
Mario Murillo: Self-Proclaimed Prophets Are Everywhere
"Talking to Mary Morello, Mario. You are just making some points there. You mentioned in the 80s, you didn't mention the names, but Jim Bakker and Jimmy swaggart, you know, tremendous kind of falls from grace in the 80s. And where were you going with that? Where I was going with that is you would have imagined that the enormity of that scandal would have caused self awareness, soul searching and an era of circumstance integrity. But in fact, things got worse. Until today, we've got literally a lawless swamp of voices on social media, Facebook, Twitter, and all of these different outlets don't help any. Self proclaimed prophets are everywhere. And suddenly, the real problem becomes when they need a word from God every day. And someone says, you know, I'm going to give you a prophetic word every day. I don't know if God became a blabbermouth. I don't mean to be sarcastic, but it's almost like, you know, God he won't stop talking now in today he gave me this. And suddenly, Christians are relying on it, almost like a horoscope.
A Second Woman Alleges Herschel Walker Paid for Her Abortion
"Everything they got, they're throwing it Republicans in a Hail Mary. Is there a single person in Georgia who would say, you know, I was all set to vote for Herschel Walker. But attorney Gloria allred held a press conference yesterday and played a woman's voice on a speaker. We don't know who she is, there's no evidence at all that this is true, but she's claiming that in 1993, Herschel Walker urged her to get an abortion. Every level of this is satirical. It's comedy. It's absolute, dark humor. First of all, the left loves abortions. You think they'd throw a ticker tape parade for Herschel. They want abortion. They worship at the altar of abortion. Everything's about abortion. And if a woman doesn't have a right to an abortion, well, the world has come to an end. She needs to be able to abort that baby. That's their rallying cry. That's the flag. They're taken back. Did you hear
Listeners Are Heeding the Call for Action Ahead of the Midterms
"The emails we're getting. Mary said Charlie, I listen to your show daily. Thank you. I felt God pulling me into action and have become a precinct committee woman. God bless you. I know here in Kansas, the pro abortion narrative is being really hard to overcome. I'm determined to do everything in my power to make sure this election is fair. I will be a poll watcher. We need this governor out. Thank you for all you do. Mary, that is exactly why there is hope in America because of your hard work. There's another email here that we received. Where someone said Charlie, I am not knocking on doors, but I dropped off 600 Arizona golden tickets, which is awesome. Basically, these are the Republican endorsed candidates on how to vote on the ballot referendums. Charlie, I put out 600 golden tickets in my community, didn't really door knock, just hung them on doors. Good for you. I'm a precinct captain and had a block party introducing Rachel Mitchell, who is running for Maricopa County attorney boy does she need to win? I'm getting a little burned out, having hand surgery coming up between the best I can. Mary God bless you. You are recognized and we honor that. Everyone's got to do their part. I know it's not easy. And someone said someone emailed us, Charlie, I'm tired of you telling us what to do. Okay, in all fairness, I'm not just barking orders at you. We're running ourselves into the ground here too, okay? There are no weekends. There are no days off from now to the election. It is nonstop travel speaking, organizing. You guys can go to TP action dot com and see it yourself. What turning point action is doing is remarkable. Super Saturdays across the country door knocking, turning point pack, deploying hundreds of thousands of dollars to help select candidates. In fact, right now, turning point action has a Hispanic billboard campaign up right now in Phoenix at turning point pack. We're going to have a mass get out the vote operation we're about to announce in Pennsylvania for all four out of four Republicans and maga voters to help Doug mastriano and Doctor Oz so look, I'm not trying to scold people. We're not the left. I'm trying to encourage us. We got to get back in the arena and
Mary J. Blige, Jill Biden team up for cancer prevention
"Musician Mary J. Blige joined First Lady Jill Biden and the American Cancer Society at The White House to announce national roundtables on breast and cervical cancer I'm Marty's are a letter with the latest Jill Biden says the word cancer still strikes fear in people but people have more power than ever President Joe Biden resurrected the cancer moonshot initiative to research cures earlier this year Mary J. Blige who lost several family members to breast and cervical cancer has long advocated for cancer screenings She says round tables are a way for people to talk about what her family would not The practice of not wanting other people in our business and keeping these topics to ourselves is
Lisa Murkowski Is Turning Out to Be a Real Snake
"Let's start by talking about Lisa Murkowski in Alaska. We use some Murkowski is turning out to be a real snake. First of all, she helped to orchestrate a ranked voting system that is taking a Republican state like Alaska and handing it off to the Democrats. Why? Because when you have multiple people in the same race, the ranked voting system doesn't mean that the party that gets the most votes. In fact, Republicans got 60% of the vote and yet the candidate Sarah Palin lost or Democrat Mary peltola. Now, in a new development, a very disturbing, Lisa Murkowski has endorsed Mary for peltola. The Democrat and Mary beltola has turned around and endorsed, so she's endorsed Mary for beltola for Congress and Mary pelto does turn around and endorse Lisa Murkowski for the Senate. Why? Because Kelly shabaka, who's been on this podcast, now I think two or three times has been giving Murkowski a run for her money. She is quite possible that shabaka will pull this off and Murkowski is running scared, so she's basically trying to corral some democratic support to neutralize the fact that Republicans are going to vote for her.
"Jay, have you heard of Bucky's? It's a fuel station. Oh, yes. Yes, I have. It's the new thing in Florida, yeah. So they're in Tennessee as well. They're moving up. I think they're kind of like the armadillo. They're finally making their own out of floor. Yeah. So these things are massive. For those of you that haven't seen one, it is bigger than any truck stop. I've ever seen. The number of gas pumps, I mean, you're in the probably close to a hundred pumps. That's insane. I mean, it's crazy, right? They're big, like, full on restaurant. Freshly made deli their stores inside. Like you can buy camping gear. It's bigger than some of the bigger little Walgreens, bigger than smaller than a Walmart or a target, but these places are huge. Which I have to wonder with the electric vehicle mandates being out there. And these places being so petroleum dependent for business, what's their long-term vision. But I digress. So pull up and pull up in a Google tab right now. And this is what I want you to type in. Okay. Bucky's mascot. It's be UC EES. Bucky's mascot. Okay? And you should see a picture of the little guy there in the results. Yeah, he's a beaver, right? Bucky the beaver, yeah. I see it. So we stopped for fuel at one of these last week. And I decided that in addition to beer name or mascot name, or apparently, is a gift. Because I came up with a name for this mascot. I couldn't find the name of the mascot in any of their literature. I looked online, I did this very search. Okay? I think you should be called Justin. Justin Bieber, there you go. I love it, man. Justin Bieber. All right, folks, you heard it here first. Just reach out to us. Bucky's, you're welcome. Absolutely. Absolutely. Yeah, you could have him dance it. He could be a movies. For sure. Yeah, absolutely, man. You could absolutely. He just broke ground, man, I think. I think he just broke ground. I really do. But maybe you should be his agent, you know? Yeah, since we got all these beaver, if you need an agent, Justin. Just hit us up over on parts counter guru dot com. There's a comments down. Oh man, I love it so much. I just love it. We are just full of absolute the best information in one could offer. I mean, we've got it all. Okay, so anyway, onto onto expensive cars. We've talked about the Cadillac lyric. It is Cadillac's flagship at this point. Of their entry into the EV market. It's an awesome looking vehicle turns heads like crazy. My dad is actually really, my dad loves cadillacs and he likes the car. We've talked about it. But Cadillac didn't stop there. They are wanting to obviously compete with the rolls royces. And a customizable luxury vehicle that will be there will be no two alike they say. They will all be hand built, they are 3D printing as many as a 115 different components on this vehicle. They are also doing some interesting aluminum casting for the wheels are going to have 23 inch wheels on these things. Here's the thing that got my attention mainly though. Yester hand built luxury vehicle and it'll be a low volume vehicle as well. 300,000 dollars. All right. So this is interesting. And I do like the enthusiasm that Mary Barra and team are showing on, hey, let's try some new things. My gut reaction to this is with no offense to your dad because the Cadillac does make a good product. And then resale values tend to do well over the years. But $300,000 for an automobile made by General Motors. So let me put this in perspective. Okay? This is space, by the way, that they haven't been in yet. Right. So let's say you're going to buy a watch. Okay? And you have $10,000 to spend on a watch. You know what? Let's make it 15. Let's make this interesting, okay? Okay. Okay. You got 15 K to spend on a watch, okay? Do you buy a Rolex? Or do you buy the latest fancy watch from timex that has all the Rolex like features and then some? For 12 5. Point will take in if I've got 15 to spend. You're going to get a Rolex. I'm going to get a rollout. Or an omega, or right? Right. Why is that? Timex has been around. They make decent watches. They don't make a decent yet $15,000 watch. No. That I know of. They make fishing at us out there, Mike, correct me. Right. But if I'm going to spend that kind of money on a watch, I'm buying more than the components in the watch, right? Right. Right. Okay. I think there's a couple of things that you get from this. For example, loss of value over time. Rolls Royce versus a Cadillac, loss of value. I don't think you're going to have near as much in depreciation with that roles or worse as you will with the Cadillac. Likewise, with a timex over a Rolex. It just doesn't happen. If
Matthew Perry Admits He Was at Death's Door
"Let me talk about Matthew Perry for a second. I don't want to toot my own horn. But about three years ago, I exclusively wrote for radar magazine and told all you folks on the podcast that the friends thought was close to death. I mean, I said I had it on good authority. He had less than a 10% chance of living. He was even staying in the home of his mother and stepdad Keith Morrison from dateline. I always get a kick out of the fact that Matthew Perry stepped down as the guy from dateline. I love Keith Morris. Can listen to him all day. And then the killer returned. As if he never left. Oh, that pesky DNA. I don't do a good Mars, but you know the guy. He's the best in his business. So three years go by and not to Perry's not dying. Matthew Perry's getting a book deal. 90 Perry's got a girlfriend. Some people started giving me shit about my report. You got it wrong, AJ. And I don't often hear that. And I'm proud about that. And for the first time in a long time, I remember going back on the podcast and saying, well, I guess I was wrong about Matt Perry. So the person who gave me that tip is a good source of mine and always has been, but I guess I can't go to that source anymore. Can't get something that big, that wrong. It's embarrassing for me. And I'm nothing without good sources, but he was right. And I was right in what I told you. And it doesn't make me happy to be right about a guy dying or near death. But I knew I was right. Anyhow, I was right because Matthew Perry has finally admitted it. He's got a big book coming out called Friends, lovers in that big, terrible thing. And he opens up about the health crisis that almost claimed his life several years ago. In the upcoming memoir, he says he suffered a burst colon from long, long-term opioid addiction, and the doctors had to inform his family that the actor had a 2% chance of living. He said that when he was hospitalized for 5 months, he's been two weeks in a coma. And he used a colostomy bag for 9 months. The doctors told his family that he had a 2% chance of living. He was put on something called an ECMO machine, which does all the breathing for your heart and for your lungs and that's called a Hail Mary. Nobody really goes on to survive that. But he did. So I was right. And I'm glad he's alive.
"mary" Discussed on Typology
"A stranger to freedom, shackled to his fear and death. The pain that he lives in it's almost more than living will allow. I love my brother he could use mercy. My church and my country. They could use a little mercy now. As they sink into a poison pit is gonna take forever to climb. They carry the weight of the faithful. Who follow them down. I love my church and country they could use a merci now. Every living thing could you use a little mercy now. Only the hand of grace can in The Rain towards another mushroom cloud. There's people in power who will do anything to keep their crown.
"mary" Discussed on Typology
"Oh my God. What a beautiful song. Oh man, thank you. I told you we're gonna have a good day Anthony. I told you pretty rich, right? Oh my goodness. You done brought us to silence, Mary. A new favorite. I can't wait till I'm gonna be, I get obsessed with songs. That'll be like on repeat, you know. You know when you can hit on Spotify where you can hit repeat just the one song. I do that for hours. When does this come out? Street date is June 3rd. Okay. So we have to wait. Is that single out? Or do we have to wait? No, they put out a couple of an Amsterdam out and they put out world unkind, which is another upbeat song with a downbeat title. Are we singing backgrounds on that version of Amsterdam that you're releasing? As a single? Negotiate. Go sheds are hitting the road with me. Let's go. That was beautiful. Oh, thank you. That was some we were Tapping into the power. I wish everybody was in the garage studio with us right now. We had to start selling tickets. See all the atoms shimmering in the room. Great reverb in here. That's right, maybe we should leave it. Who needs a rug when we got? Reverb. Well, that means she has to come for every show. That's right. That's right. Absolutely. So Mary, you know, enneagram 8, wonderful human being and soul, you know? You just turned 60. And what? If you could say. If there's one thing I've learned, it's this. What would come after that? Gosh, you know, such a good question. It's a hard question because it's such a big question. You know? I think if I were to have to now it down, the best days are the days where I'm present. Be here now. Most of my fears are about the future, which is not real. It hadn't happened yet. And right here right now, I'm okay. And you know, as we age, I think it's absolutely normal and natural to start to become concerned about mortality, and if I let myself go too far down that road, I feel myself with fear. And I just got to rewind back up stop right here right now. I'm okay. Be here now. And be with the people I'm with. Try to force myself into the now and be present for the people. I'm with. We went bowling last night. And this is the simplest of things. East Nashville bowl. And there was 5 of us. And I was so tempted to pick up my phone and look at whatever's happening in the email department or. Other distractions rather than just be at the bowling alley, watching other people throw the ball down the lane. And I kept telling myself, be here now. That's good. Every single bowler had a different technique. And when I watched, it was kind of funny. Like some people would just lob that thing. You know, some people had the leg going behind their back beautifully and would really look like a bowler. Other people were like roll it like a little kid with a ball between two legs and it just slowly rolled down and watched him get strikes. And if I could just make myself be present so when a strike happens, I can celebrate with the person who got it, that's a good life. That's a good life. I've missed so many stripes because I wasn't present. And I think that's the lesson of. Maturing emotionally, of age. Don't miss it. Give them a high 5, celebrate with them, be there. Quit being so distracted. And, you know, making to do lists constantly be here now if I learned anything. That is because that's what love is. I would answer, you know, as an 8, I would say, well, what would you, you know, what would be the thing that you want to do with the rest of your life, which people ask me a lot, and I would always say, I want to love better. Well, how do you do that? I think by being present. Beautifully put. So I want to just remind everybody, Mary gauthier's book, saved by a song, the art and healing power of songwriting. Now, if you are not a songwriter, this is a great book to read because it's not a how to book about songwriting, though there is kind of woven into the narrative conversation around the craft of songwriting. This is a song about living. So this is a great memoir. It's not a treatise on the craft of songwriting, per se. It's your life story, woven into the craft, and it's just a rich, rich. Story from which people of any background or interest can derive great meaning. And you have a new record dropping in June, the title of it is what? Dark enough to see the stars. Dark enough to see the stars. And how do people find you on Instagram and all that stuff? What's your I'm everywhere, Mary, GAU, THI. At marigold. Okay, now I say all that in advance. Because I want to close with the song that you're arguing most well known for. Yeah, the. Series Yellowstone popped this song into, I think it was the closer of season one or season two, and that's a really popular show. And that brought me a lot of new people who hadn't heard my music before. They shazamed it. And that has been a real gift. The Yellowstone gift. But this song is the one that has also been recorded by other artists a lot. Kathy mattea, Boy George,
"mary" Discussed on Typology
"Go by nothing worse. Can't believe how much this hurts. I don't know where you are. Is dark enough to see the stars. Dark enough to see the stars. Dark enough to see the light. In an ocean black indeed. In the middle of the night. As I hold on to your love. Like those lights from up above. I have drifted out so far. Is dark enough to see the stars. Curse the clock time is a thief. Every life it measures breathe. Every child is born to die. But the soul is born to fly. Under heaven's Canopy. Turn it diamonds you and me. Lightning bugs inside a jar. Is
"mary" Discussed on Typology
"Will be your Wheelhouse now. I know, I know. And that moves me. Me too, and you know we lost Nancy, a few months ago. And on the day she died. My partner and I went up in my room and we reached that guitar and we played Nancy songs. Yeah. Yeah. I wish there were many. God she was a really, really good songwriter. And one of my favorites, because I needed to be shown how to how to be a folk singer and maintain my southern identity. She called her music focal belly. So she was very, very Texas. She was from Saginaw Texas, which if I remember right sagina sports, the largest pecan you've ever seen. In the center of town. This is giant pecan, bigger than a SUV. Is on the Guadalupe river, and it's a very Texas town. And she held on to her her southern identity, her Texas identity, and was focusing at the same time. And I think this was the beginning of Americana. If you were to ask me, her and John prine, singing folk music with the southern twang. So it's a collision of country and folk. But the sensibility and dare I say politics, the subject matter was folk, but the sound was country. And they blazed that trail so that I could walk down it. And you toured with John. For what a year? I told John quite a bit. Anne was Nancy. And I mean, I joined with him. I opened the shows. And was very happy to be a part of that for quite a while. A couple of years on and off. And just watch how the masters did their thing. All right, in the 8 merry. Yeah. Let's talk about anger. But the good side I know you're in the bad side of anger, 'cause I mean, again, we've had this conversation before. And what I just actually heard you say was, you know, the good side of anger right is that party that says, screw it, I'm Florida, I'm going to Nashville. You know, it's that anger that, you know, is gives you the power. The belief in self, you know, don't settle for what you're told can only be yours, right? And then of course, you know something about the destructive side of anger too. Yeah, I mean, that's been my big struggle. If I were to list, you know, my understanding of my own character defects anger slash rage if we're going into the deadly sins as, you know, as described in the Bible, a rage, anger. That's probably my number one defect. And I've had to really work on that. If things aren't the way that I think they should be and if here's the trigger for me, if there's a, if there's an injustice involved, I feel justified in being angry. And I've had to learn over many years of working on it that I need to be real careful with just the viable anger. And I've done harm with my anger. And I think of myself as a justice fighter while I'm in it. And then I realized, gosh, that was just a justification. If you're going to be a justice fighter, you got to use love, not anger. And so like you said, that the upside of this type of personality that's embedded in me and I think I was born with is that there's this push to the impossible. And I think that's very common in aids. They said you can't do it, but I can. They said it couldn't be done. Says who? Or this watching people doing it going well, they can do it. I can do it. That almost arrogance, but behind it is this frustration with things as they are. And this discontent and need to move it forward in a new way. And I think anger can be useful in that way. But when it's directed at a person or a institution or a set of beliefs, it can be very, very destructive, very, very quickly. And I have learned to be very careful when I feel it inside me. It can do damage quicker than anything. Nobody wants to be on the other side of a very, very angry person. I know I don't. And so I don't know. Maybe you know, is anger something that is common in the enneagram 8. It is. 8 9s and ones are in what's called the anger triad. So the anger of the 8 goes outward, right? It externalizes. Like sometimes you can be around, you've probably heard this. Have you ever heard someone say to you something like? No Mary, you're a little intimidating. All the time. Or you're a little overwhelming. All the time. Right? We call it the twos. You know, you're too much or too loud, you're too argumentative. You're to this or to that, aids have the twos, right? It's like people experience them as being that they radiate a kind of energy that is can be scary to other people. Yeah. And it's a little bit of a don't F with me energy. Yeah. You know what I mean? Without even knowing it. Without even knowing. Yeah. Right? And what people tend not to know is that I actually was just teaching a class at lipscomb today about this. The to the 8 what feels like conflict to others feels like connection to them. Yes. And what feels like intimidation to others is actually intimacy to the age. Oh my God, this is so me. Yeah. That's my life story right there. And wow, that can be confusing to me, on the other side of that. Oh my gosh, yeah. It's sure can be. But we've spent a good amount of time together and one of the things I know to be true about you. And this is the thing. First of all, I grew up with strong women. So strong women don't. You're kind of surrounded. Yeah. And so I'm really comfortable with intense women. You know what I mean? A woman who powers up around me, I can just get a smile on my face. Oh, here we go. You know, it's like spine, you know? But for a lot of people, it's hard to be around women who are powerful and big, right? No, that's just people in general who are powerful. I think 8s are very misunderstood, though. And I say this because I'm knowing you, there's a deep tenderness in you. And there's a deep love and there's a deep you have a, in a friendship with you, what I feel is your devotion. And that's the word I would use, is when I'm with you, I feel your devotion. And that's a very for me, a very aid experience, you know? You can be crazy, but you are, you can get angry sometimes, which you do, but I never question your devotion.
"mary" Discussed on Typology
"Be a Grammy nominee. Who is celebrated in music city, Nashville, Tennessee, as one of its great icons. And you're going to write a book a memoir titled saved by a song. It just started that you know that tonight is you do this first. You just, it would have been impossible to believe. Wait. It's possible that I could get here from there. Wow. You know? And yet life is funny that way. You know? Maybe it was terrifying to the degree that it was because it meant so much to me. And I really wanted to do it. Wow. Like it went in my heart of hearts. It's what I really wanted to do. I really, really, really wanted to be a songwriter and an author and a person of words. And because of drugs and alcohol, I couldn't focus. I couldn't focus. I could, you know, machete my way through a kitchen, but I couldn't focus on the kind of things that make writing good. I couldn't do that. And I didn't have the self awareness or the ability to sit still and do this kind of work until I got sober. And so my recovery has been all about moving through the fear of a million things. And towards the light, towards the calling, that whisper that asks of me to do what is frightening. And I'm always being asked to do what is frightening. It just never ends. You don't get there. There is no there. It's pretty constant. Once a mountain is climbed, there's just going to be another mountain. And you know I'm now 32 years sober. So fast forward. I moved to Nashville when I was 40 to pursue this. I tossed the keys to the investor and said, your restaurant enjoy. I'm out. Go Shay out. And left Boston came here in 2001 here being Nashville, Tennessee. And I was very, very lucky. I got a record deal. I was able to be on a label that I think is probably one of the coolest labels ever called lost highway records, a division of universal. They had, oh my God, they had the best artists at lucinda, Ryan Adams, Johnny Cash, they put out a Hank Williams box set, it was an extraordinary time in Nashville. It was the very end, I think, of that kind of opportunity for an artist like me. And I caught it. I just caught it, just caught it, you know? It's a speeding car and I caught it. And you know, it is my story is a story of possibility. You know, people look at me and go, well, you'd think that the grand old opry wouldn't want someone like Mary, you know, who's, I mean, I am a gay woman, and I walk like a duck. I talk like a duck. There's not a lot of swan going on here. I look like what I am. And that's not a bad thing or a good thing. It's just a thing. And you don't see people like me on the opry, but I play the opry a lot. And so that's possibility for people who look like me. To say, well, she did it. You know, and the same thing with getting a record deal at 40. Who gets a record deal at 40? Well, I'm gaucher. Like I am the one. That is unheard of. I don't know. It doesn't happen. Not on a major label. No. No, because the demographic that participates most wholeheartedly in music is younger. And they want people their age, you know? So, against all odds, that's my story. It's against all odds and it keeps happening. And I love that I can be inspiration for people who are saying, yeah, you can't do this, but well, yeah, you can. You can. Yeah. Yeah, one of my favorite retorts the people who say you can't. And you have these herbs, and many people say, well, you know, I don't think I go, who says? Says who? You know what I mean? Who says that? Who says you can't do that, right? It's pretty great. So on that note then, it's a nice segue. I want to do a reading from your book. Thank you. All right. And it's this, again, for people who are just chiming in right now, saved by a song, the art and healing power of songwriting by the inimitable word I've used twice today, Mary gauthier, and I love this, which is taken from this chapter, our lady of the shooting star. So why don't you do this beautiful reading for me? I'd love it. This scene takes place a shortly after I moved to Nashville. And it goes like this. The first year I lived in Nashville, I was invited to a party at music photographer Jim Maguire's house that became a song circle with guy Clark, Lyle levitt, John Hyatt, Joey Lee Steve Earl, and Nancy Griffith. It was a wonderful night, and I was on the edge of my seat desperately wanting to go from being in the audience to swapping songs with that group of legends. I knew I was in deep waters, the new kid in town, but I longed to sit in that circle. I deeply admired everyone in it for many years. As the music was winding down, Nancy looked over and asked Mary, would you play us a song? A new Nancy, because that opened a string of shows for her a month prior. I was absolutely thrilled when she invited me to play. I sat in the chair, she offered, took her guitar into my hands, and played a song I'd written called our lady of the shooting stars. The other songwriters closed their eyes and nodded as I played, some even smiled. There was no wild applause when the song ended, but the smiles and nods made me feel like I belonged. I still had a long way to go, of course, but joining that circle was validation that moving to Nashville had been a good decision. Holding my own in that circle of songwriters whose records I owned, and whose careers I followed gave me confidence. Being around songwriters, I deeply admired humanized them. It made the star I was reaching for, feel less distant. When I was done, I handed Nancy her guitar back. And she shook her head and said, no, you keep it. I froze. Holding her engraved, signature sunburst, tailored 6 12 cutaway guitar in midair. Question marks flashing in both of my eyes. It's yours. She said, when I moved to Nashville, Harlan Howard gave me his guitar. I'm giving you mine. I was speechless, but somehow found the courage to ask, would you sign it? And she did. Someone handed her a sharpie and she signed for Mary because you will sing. I found out later it's an old Nashville tradition to pass on a guitar. It's an attempt to stay on the good side of the muse and the mystery. Some songwriters believe it is one way to keep songs flowing. Harlan gave Nancy one of his guitars because he felt there were no songs left in it for him, but maybe there were some inside it for her. Nancy had just done the same thing for me. It was as if she was saying, welcome to Nashville kid. Remember, you best stay on the good side of mystery in paradox. They
"mary" Discussed on Typology
"Oh that was yummy. A lot of words coming at me. I'm still one thing about having a lot of new songs is that I have to learn them. And writing them and learning them are two different things. Yes, right. You know, I used to own restaurants way back long ago and every time I would rewrite the menu, rewrite the prices, I would have to relearn from scratch what everything costs and would know it instinctively and then I would have to remember anew. And when you memorize things one way and then have to erase that and install something new for some reason that's harder. For sure. Mary, you have one of the most colorful histories of any human being I know. I have a story. All right, we'll give us a give us give give folks because we are going to talk about the Instagram room about enneagram 8. But anyone who knows about enneagram aids, these challengers, these larger than life personalities. And you would, I mean, you and I have spent a good amount of time together. And I know this is going to come up in this story, right? But you're relationship with anger in your life has been a big theme. Oh, it's been so hard, yeah. Right. Let's talk about it. Unpack the story and then make any comment you want to about anger or anything else, but just give people a 50,000 foot flyby. Gosh, you know, it's a long story now. I turned 60 March 11th, so there's 6 decades of story, which is hard to condense, but sort of the Wikipedia page version, I was born to an unmarried woman in 1962 in the Deep South. And so I was put up for adoption, I spent my first year in a place called St. Vincent's women and infants asylum. And I was relinquished at birth and adopted at a year old into an Italian Catholic family. My parents parents both all four of them immigrated from Italy. And so that family was a little wobbly unstable. My adoptive dad was alcoholic. And there was struggles in that household, and that led me to leaving home quite young. I left probably at 15, something like that. And I ended up in all kinds of trouble and rehabs and trying to get sober. I finally did. I'm in recovery. I got sober in 1990. And I was 27. After I got sober, I was, I was in the restaurant business at the time, I had investors and they had sent me to chef school before I got sober, and I learned how to cook at a pretty high level. I was able to open, establish and run restaurants, even though I was a pretty big mess with alcohol and drugs I was able to work in the restaurant business, which is something that drunk seemed to do. Anthony Bourdain took the lid off of that, didn't he? Yes. He showed us the truth about that. And his book still speaks to me kitchen confidential. But I got sober on opening night of my second restaurant. I got arrested for drunk driving, and that was it for me. And then I was brought to an open mic by one of my waitresses, which is a place where entry level songwriters pay $5 to go play a song. And my restaurant, the second restaurant was a Cajun style full service restaurant right next door to Berkeley, college of music in Boston. Yeah. And so when I was brought to the open mic by a young woman named Christie zor lango. And I saw her on stage playing an original song. It was like a lightbulb screwed in and everything in my being said, I want to do that. I want to do that. I want to write a song get on that stage. I had always fancied myself some kind of a writer, but I was in the restaurant business and all I ever did was work and I didn't write. And I had a guitar, but I didn't play it anymore. I had played it when I was younger, and I just put it away. But after that open mic, I dusted it off. I was strong and I started building calluses. And I started going to the open mic, one thing led to another, and eventually I did write a song, play it at the open mic. And start going to open mics a lot. What was that experience like? That was terrifying. It was the worst. It was primal fear like no other. Wow. I talk about it a little bit in the book. I compared the experience to having a three 57 pointed at me in the parking lot of a biker bar in Baton Rouge and the experience of the open mic was more frightening. It was just terrifying. Absolutely terrifying. And yet. Can I ask you a question? What about it was terrifying? I just felt so exposed. I felt so vulnerable. And I felt so. Outside of my comfort zone. I remember thinking this could kill me. You know, I was good in the kitchen. And part of me thought I should just get back to the kitchen and stay there. But another part of me thought, how much worse can it get than that? Try it again. Try it again. And something in me, I think it's probably the 8 in me, said, keep going, keep trying. That's an amazing statement on. You as a person, but also as the type 8, too, right? That you would be more terrified to get on that stage and be vulnerable with a song that you wrote, even more so than when you were threatened with a gun. Do you? Wow. Wow. Yeah, we'll see. I was older, you know, at that point I was in my mid 30s and to just be on stage for the very first time and you mid 30s. It's a room full of people that are mostly younger than me and that are so much better at it than me. I mean, I was shaking. I was just absolutely terrified. And of course, the great irony here, and the great beauty of the story is like this is that you could, if I had sent to you with that open mic night, by the way, Mary, you are going to
"mary" Discussed on Typology
"Back in love again all right. Feeling all right and I am stood down tonight. Oh right feeling all right and I am stirred down Amsterdam tonight. Rocking
"mary" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English
"She later on got more famous for writing the crystal Bible and books on crystals. But she started out as a strategist and the only way to get an appointment with her she didn't do face to face. She only did pre record, so she record her sessions on tapes. And you would post to her the check for the amount of money that it needed to be. You couldn't fold her up. There was no telephone number. She had a website and she had a website for years. The website would tell you if you want an appointment, send your check to this address, enclosing it this information allow this amount of time and she would post back to you this full report with charts for whole shebang it had come in the poster. So she had a method for you to contact her, which was a website she had clear instructions of what she wanted and how it would happen. And she built a very successful practice on that. I said later on, she wrote the books on crystals and she became more famous for that, but that was how she started out. She just morphed into something else. So it doesn't matter what method you use for people to contact you, but then needs to be something. Now equally at the other end of the spectrum, is that you can be too contactable. I've narrowed down how people and contact me now. It's email. Or it's telephone. It possibly can be Twitter, because that's the only social media that I'm on now. I do have a WhatsApp account, if you contact me on that, nothing will happen. You'll be blocked. The only people that I use for WhatsApp is my family. So that's it. So you want me to find me on there. And that's not I don't really classify as social media. But I did have Facebook and people did contact me on their and I just got tired of it. I'm not on Facebook anymore. It just affected my practice affected me. It was just, but I do have a website. I've had a website since the 1990s, so soon after my son was born, he was born in 93, and a few years later, about three years later, I got my first website, so I've had my domain name and website for a hell of a long runtime. So I'm contactable on the Internet. I have an email address being get me. There is a landline telephone, which I don't advertise, but I will give to clients sometimes as necessary, locally I advertise my telephone number. So people can phone me up. There's a 24 hour answer phone on there. You're not even going to get through to me unless you tell me your first name. You know, I've had to put boundaries in for practice because the more ways that people can contact you in a personal regard rather than to have an appointment, they will distract you from your practice. So I had zillions of ways of people could contact me. So if you have Facebook, then you also unfortunately then have messenger. And if you have messenger and I had two Facebook pages of personal one and a business one, I thought, what a wonderful idea. I would get long messages on Facebook Messenger. It wasn't even dear Mary, was I've got this that and the other going on wrong for me at the moment. What do you suggest I do? A lot of times I just felt like deleting it. It's just people trying to get a freebie. So I don't do that anymore. But whatever method you use for people to contact you, you don't need to have millions. And my supervisor has spoken about her means times before, never had a website..
"mary" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race
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"mary" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race
"Are going to be on the main feet for october. So scary movies are going to be. There's going to be some some free. Alright scary is through the rest of the whole month. But yeah that's the other big thing is drag race. Uk season three much league season two will continue to be at the five dollars. Sister mary level. And so you'll notice on the main feed that we're doing a meet the queen's episode. We'll put out the first episode for free and then after that you know if you want the groups and the gags the twists the turns the really bad accents that's patriot dot com slash ra. Mary i love that for us. I love for them. We have a good time on matron. We really do the comments. You can comment with other people on the episodes you can chime in. It's just it's like are alright. mary episodes only just. It's it's less drag. That's all so if you here for the drag we got it but it's just a little less. Yeah and sometimes. It's more because sometimes with only mary's for example we go deeper. You know our plans coming up for only mary's deeper you know i'm i'm robert cody. Sometimes with only. Mary's coming up. We're going to be doing the episode on safe zone drama and queens being melodramatic after being told they're safe for being dramatical watching lip syncs talk about michelle visage getting her life during lip syncs. So sometimes it's less drag. Sometimes it's more drags especially when we have a you know a franchise season that were asked. Yeah and you know. It's it's the only way to really kind of maneuver all of these seasons. That are coming at us. This fall and winter is to just put them in different places because you know otherwise. We'd be putting out an episode every day. And that's not sustainable. Yeah it's not. it's to listen to them. Yeah yeah yeah right like you will get tired of it and you're like we already are. We know mary. So this. Why i think that's kind of that's where we are now. Obviously as i said before. And it's worth mentioning again. If you want to become a matriarch on now is the time the fun option is well is if you pay for a yearly membership you get a discount from matron so if you do think this is going to be a long term thing you might as well just go ahead and buy for the year and stick around if not either five dollars a month you get at least one extra episode every single week and then at ten dollars a month you're getting to free episodes extra week. So that's that's a ton of content. Oh and not to mention the backlog. Mary i mean it is yeah hundreds of episodes that you could listen to while you're waiting for the next one to come out or if you're going on a long road trip or you know you you have a long day at work put on some of these matron episodes. They're there and there's so many movies to choose from. Yeah there's over two hundred episodes on patron once you've want to access it and you know we'll send you the directions when you sign up. There's it's very easy to access getting all of the matron episodes in your you know apple podcasts app and i'm sure and other apps as well so that you don't have to go to a different place to listen you probably already have patriots. Subscriptions you know how this works bring case you don't it is really easy and if you don't know how we're happy to help you. I love that for them. I love for you mary. Thank you thank you well. Mary's thanks so much for tuning in. And hopefully we'll see unpatriotic and if not we will see on the main..
"mary" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race
"Whoa holo mary's and mary's alike We are popping in for a mini episode. This week something. We're going to be doing on a monthly basis to give you a little preview of not only. What is to come on patriot this week and this month. Excuse me keep saying week. And i mean month and What we've covered in the last month and patriots. So if you're considering becoming a matriarch on maybe this will help you know with your decision making and now is a great time to become a matron because they bill you at the beginning of the month so you might as well get built now and get. Your money's worth so I'm mary mary how are you. We did this past month in august. It was all about the brackets. I don't know. I think it was a a mary road in with the idea and we just kind of ran with it but it was one of those things where we found a randomized her bracket maker website and put in. I think the first one we did was who broke. The queen soup broke. No that was just a discussion. The first one we did was our winner's bracket that's what it was and we put in all the winners of drag race dracula. And that means the entire franchise of drag race. So we had thailand and holland and down under and all that all the waiters in a bracket and had a discussion about who won each round and came up with our faves. And that kinda spurred spurned a lot of different brackets to come up. After that. I will say our i was technically in our mary. Mail bag episode. We did the. Bsa bracket is on brand from sister. Mary justin who provided us the bsa's of drag race and the net kicked off. Yes we did. An all winner's bracket we did a pizza. Queen bracket heartbreaking heartbreaking heartbreaking heartbreaking. I mean just my my. My heart was sliced up like a medium pepperoni pie. A lovely cheese pizza just for me if you will. And and then we did stars of snatch game which was fun one and that that was. You know what i've loved but all of these lake. They feel they each have felt like an all star season like a sense of redemption. A chance to win something you know for sure and just another way to celebrate some of these people i mean i know we got some great feedback about our early outs bracket and i have to say that one was really great because there are some fabulous queens that left the show so early. That really had a mark on the shows history. Yeah the early outs is a lot of fun to talk about. Queens like nicole page brooklyn and layla mcqueen and sasha bell like you know mystique summers madison. I get opportunities to clean out about and you know it's worth mentioning because if you're not a matron it's worth knowing that we have two levels. We do the five dollar converts as you do to in your own currency but the sister mary's level and then the ten dollar or corresponding currency only mary's level. And so we did move. The early outs bracket to the only mary's level you are a matron You can find it there if you wanna bump up another reason is we did an only mary's episode where we talked about the white lotus and then we did courtesy of st mary stephen and a league of their own bracket a bracket of their own. If you will bracket of their own that's right. Oh boy which just of course devolved into a league of their own appreciation discussion. Which was a lot of fun correct. Yeah the we also did a movie last month just to kind of end out this summer. We've been talking about this movie for awhile. But we had a great discussion about the broken hearts club from two thousand. That movie is cringe in its own right but also so charming and so lovely for so many reasons and we kind of dive into some of the themes in that movie but then also just. I don't know the wonderful characters that we got to meet that we grew up with you know. Yeah i think if you haven't seen it or you haven't seen in a while. Broken hearts club is so worth a revisit. John mahoney is just such a fucking delight in the billy porter to just not. He's so fucking. Funny that movie ami nominee this year. I'm billy porter. yeah you know. It's also worth mentioning. I think an episode. We also got a ton of feedback on and i think was a real A really fun discussion that we did last month. At the matriarch on five dollar level was what gays quote. Oh yes which you know was tangent you know which never happens on this podcast. We don't ever do not ever do that. But you know every once in a while we have a tangent and it just turned into this. Larger discussion of what are the influential quotes. What are the influential references. Where do they come from or do they mean two different generations of. Why do we do it. Yeah yeah. I i definitely heard a lot of positive feedback about that and of course we always will miss ones. That people loved and we knew that. And that's the point it is what it is. That's the point where to do it. Yeah we do it too sweet do to trigger you know so i think yeah. I think that was a we also. We did a catch up episode on our only mary's level. So if you're if you are not the ten dollar only mary's level and you want to be what you also get is episodes where we just. We dive in on our personal lives. And what's going on you know. Herod's chang watching over dating if anybody you know and and and really just as we think of it. It's like oh here's the ten dollar paywall. It's vip section. We can really let her boobs. Hang out so if you want to hear us really letter boobs. Hang out at the only mary's level. Yeah this month coming up. We are starting alright scary which i think this is our third year. Doing alright scary. I think maybe here maybe four maybe four. I can't believe we pass up. An opportunity to do are a scary. Yeah or scary is where we do. A review of some spooky movies sometimes not so spooky movies just maybe seasonal And if you become a major on we're actually polling this week We are pulling our matrons to see which movies they would like us to cover We are starting september off with three of our own choices just to get the ball rolling. It's part of my husband's work. My sips delicious no to get the ball rolling and then in october And maybe into november will be doing those movies. Obviously we have every halloween. We do a free skate episode last year. We did scream and then i think we did scream to after it which was pretty exciting Which will fall in. Line with our coverage of dracula on our main feed Which is very exciting. Yes because i think our our alright scary. You know we. We've done hello again which is already out. And so. I think for some people. Maybe not the scariest movie. But i mean the scene richly alongs pants fall. Down is the reason to watch that movie but we have. I mean we have gravity coming up. Because sandy bullock fans with a classic campy slasher movie with the indomitable maureen stapleton as best supporting actress but starring. Lauren bacall in the fan which includes original musical numbers written by marvin hamlet. I think in their terrible shades going to be great vulnerable and we're also starting on matron our coverage of uk drag race uk casey's and three There there will be a couple of free skate episodes of that season In the next couple of weeks but that will move onto patriot. Moving forward the scary movies. Though i believe.
"mary" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race
"There's this kind of lake. You know sheltered dog quality. Coming out mary mary. That's exactly what. I was thinking about so throughout the episode or the beginning of this episode. Right they they all sit down and they're like january a lot. Yeah you really are. you're not seeing it. You're actually too much. Yeah and then like okay. They're critiquing her. that's fine. They're in the room with her. So but then. The editors kept showing shots of jam throughout the beginning of this episode. I don't know if you noticed. But they kept cutting to jan zim. Dude reaction yup jan yup well and then and then and we need to talk about. This immediately is a moment. That i i felt a jolt. Go through me and then whenever. Mary's sister mary peter. Getting this rate is getting my p. Names wrong. I don't wanna screw this up but anyway i'll look this up in vamp talking. He message just as well it like. Oh i'm assuming you guys caught this but there is this talking. Head of jan adjusting her overalls. And it's just and so and it's like substitute teacher being ushered mary. Paul if i said peter i got my apostles mixed stop. Sorry or folk-singing. Yes all right mary. But they're talking about the lipsticks and how basically like jan one by a tube you know and she was like i expected one or two lifts except my name. I did not expect there to be four really blows my mind. And then she's got these two hands. And then she adjusts her overalls and then it really bothers me and she does that kind of like peacock hand and fly out and the phrase it really bothers me while adjusting. What you're wearing is very new substitute teacher drag. It is very. The kids are out of control. They don't respect to me. You know and the and i'm adjusting. This really bothers me. Guys really bothers me and the fact that raise my voice right not gonna raise my father's me and i like that lake. One of the straps took like another second of adjustment longer. Even that adjustment was not going well and she. She looks right into the camera while she says it which to me is like that the teacher getting real and looking at the students in thinking she can reason with them. This bothering me. You're upsetting that. You're triggering me now. Like okay well. Now you've lost them and then the nuance of her adjusting that strap. It just tells such a story. How charlie jan sport is feeling underneath all of this all of the lights. Yeah and and then reaching for an off camera drink i. This is for me this all star season. I've watched it so many times for this seat. This season's it's crazy right for me. Like adjusting your overalls. This has been born. Mary's adjusting her overalls and what that means majestic overall about this right. Now you know. I'm adjusting overalls right now. Yeah i'm getting serious. Let me just suggest my overalls for a second lake. Not comfortable comfortable bothers me. Yeah i can control this. Yes really closely mind. I just so good yeah. Yeah totally if we're starting this episode talking about jan. You know one of the things. I went to see this at a bar this week at scandals and you know it was pretty crowded bar..
"mary" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English
"That wouldn't have been there because it wasn't there when he was talking about the person even talk good about who was his godfather and they go farther peed off because he'd said something about his research. That was totally wrong is just a piece of fiction that you wrote sounded good seed. Nice rather funny haha. You know you can do those things. Can you tell the story a party. But you don't do that when you're being journalists and he still does the same thing running the country when they asked questions and they have the Reporters asking if done about this seats. Never answers any question that don't why that promise question john ziva. He's incapable of answer. Dara question manage just this move on this decent. This is fun. La notes school the other day. The people that know him don't like him people that know him really though in like his family wherever have any time for him and is the people that love him just knowing in the public nicole. People worship him. Don't know the person disease so reliable that he's got a saving grace anyway so there be go. I hope you have a fab week. I'll be back next week. We should slack over here in the uk. This freedom day. Everybody's gonna be going out less. Hopefully don't go out so everybody keeps their mosques. Sonnen keeps their distances. Because it's not a new case vaccinate either some trying this podcast today is about current events and politics and stuff but the point i wanted to make was the weakness in his chart. Where was it reflected so looking at three seconds had which of his chart was reflecting and obviously with the movie and in the second house second eight thousand. New she told is gonna fit financially. Yeah so that is definitely much that the weakest point charts. We'll see what happens to win. The ghost cuss slap. Bang on there. So i hope you have a fab week. I will be back next week. You can find me at. Uk crater k. Mary still calm arranged became an in mary. Mary aunt mary newstalk hardy. You go to question some to bring up in poku student. I i think in this. I here otherwise i will talk about next week. It's a toss up between day are going to do Aquarius return and saturn it. Aquarius because i haven't done saturn in that sign specifically Because people that were born with their sats in aquarius a now having their first subtle matured but sutton operate differently in this particular signs. That's what poor costs can be back so she use some examples of people. If you have it please get in contact. And i'll see you next week. One of c can hear all speech next week. Bye bye now..
"mary" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Business authors. I entrepreneurship and today on the line with an award. Winning book author. who name is mary. Kay seventy welcome to the show. Mary thank you very much straight for that wonderful introduction absolutely pleasure now you just talk about a few things off line then how life is traveling treating you. I know that your very busy. And i'd love to talk a lot about your work with big cats as well as your award winning author ships and about what to do i if we could is just for matter of context. Mary keefe some our audience. My idea about you are wondering if we can start with where you live. Where's home for you. Hung for me. Is jupiter florida. The united states fantastic has always been home now. It has been home for the last three years. Prior to the ads. I was a resident of the state of connecticut in the united states. Contesting near you to your new. The weather and being becoming an empty nester. It was time to say goodbye to the northeast weather and head down the warm off completely understand. That's for sure. And i'm looking forward to that day for the emptiness things happening now. Have you found it. You know what it was a little tough for me. I being the mother. But then i got used to it so given that you've got a shame so much more time. What do you like to do. In their those in your. What's your hobby. Well my hobby had once. I did become an empty nester. I always had the desire to become a published author so obviously that does not happen overnight and it did become as a hobby a hobby very much in the sense that i wrote one manuscript after another collected the rejection slips one after another and that was my hobby then and fortunately several years ago I did get a contract with the traditional publishing house and other than that. I am also a eucharistic minister that honestly that has been on the sidelines. Because of kobe but soon that will be picking up again..
"mary" Discussed on The Mary Mac Show | Grieving After a Loved One's Death
"Good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you find yourself in this entire world. I welcome you so how you doing my friend my warrior. I am recording this today. Because i have some fantastic news i'd like to share and i'm hoping that you can help me. So we decided to create a brand new page for our show specifically outside of my regular mary mack dot info site so our new show you. Url is very appropriately www dot the mary. Mac show dot com. How's that for creativity. So i wanted you to know about that and take a little time to snoop around and see what's there but mostly i'd like to ask you sincerely if you will please give me a rating and six -cribe in the upper right hand corner to your favorite platform. But most importantly i'd love you to rate the show and review it. Tell me how. It's been helping you. And i just love to hear your views so if you go to. The max store sees me the mary mac. Show dot com. There's a place at the very top that says rate and review and click on there and read this show and give whatever stars you like. I hope it's five but maybe not and tell me write a few words. You'll see others. Who have done this before you to give you a little headstart to know what you might like to include and what warms your heart about the show. It would really mean a great deal to me. So i hope you'll take up the challenge this week or whenever.
"mary" Discussed on Real Talk with Mary Contrary and Starfish
"Out my buddy. John inviting me. So so john and i met waylon. You know over here in the background. I met them in and we were on the same track for amazon. He was teaching me live about shopping by he invited me. This event called sellers sellers playbook and essentially we came down. We had a very bad lie about guys. And i think they're trying scammers guys. They're turning up sales for thirty five thousand dollars. What do you call it to up sell to to buy. The horse.
"mary" Discussed on The Mary Mac Show | Grieving After a Loved One's Death
"In this entire world. I welcome you well my friends my warriors. I am so excited to let you know about a new thing that we've developed launch today and that is the mary max store. We developed this through the pandemic with the intention of using this as a platform to raise funds for the foundation for grieving children inc. Many years ago. I realized that it would really be necessary to develop a vehicle so that the foundation would be sustained and funds would be coming in on a regular basis so that the work of wonderful people around the world who helped grieving children teens and young adults. After they've experienced the death of a loved one would be able to be continued for many years. Now profits from my books and my speaking have always gone to the foundation. That i started many years ago and now with the mary mack shop or i should say store. We're able to have a viable functioning website and ecommerce website where everyone can come purchase products for either themselves if they're grieving or for those who they love who are grieving. We have a few themes which. I'm very proud of the first. One is a heart of gold collection. The next one is a floating american flag collection and the last is an american heart collection. Now i realized my voice carries over fifty three countries and the american flag might not be your thing but the heart of gold can be available to anywhere anyone anywhere. Excuse me and. I think that you'll really appreciate it. Because remembering someone who we loved is always forefront in our minds and this will be a lovely way to wear shirt that says i remember with the logo of the foundation. There's also hoodies and mugs and we expect to have many more products in the future but today on one eleven two thousand and twenty one at one eleven p m eastern time. We launched our new site. And i hope you will take a look at it. I hope you will really enjoy it. And i will keep you posted our new items and new designs so you can find our store at h. T. t. p. s. Stop colon double slash store dot mary. Mack dot info. And if you can't remember that's perfectly fine. Just go to my site. Mary mack dot info. And you will see a tab at the top that will bring you directly over there. I thank you so much for listening today. I'm so excited about this store. I think it will bring great comfort to people who are grieving. The death of a loved one. And i'm doing everything. I know how to bring more money into the foundation on a regular basis and if you purchase products or if you share the store with others so they can purchase products. It will really help the foundation to be able to give more gifts to work in his asians that help grieving children teens and young.