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"mary claire" Discussed on X96
"Instagram, Twitter and Facebook X 96. All right, seven. Oh, seven right now. Why I had a great mother's day. Well, maybe the best mother's day ever. Really? Yeah. Wow. So, uh, woke up Sunday morning. Um, we were up at the farm. Mary Claire and Daddy. Gerry. They have Ah, trailer on. They parked the trailer at the farm. So they were there, too. Nice got up. Joe made brunch for everybody. Many mice around No. We caught caught too much. We caught another mouse in the bucket in the bucket trap. Okay? Yeah, the bucket trap that Mohammed made another mouse in the bucket. That's something that makes a great mother thinks we remounted were last free. As far as I could tell. I brought it and left it on your front porch just for you, Mommy. You go, and so for Mother's Day, Traditionally Joe and the kids plant pot pot flowers for me, That's what I like for Mother's Day, and that's tradition. They do that. But Joe gave me another present that I was really excited about. With so there was a card and then he got me a brand new box of magnesium. That's good for your bones, you know, and your lawn you can't you won't have to eat the sardines. Yeah, it Z good for it. It's like nature's Valium. I think men take it before I go to bed. It relaxes. Yeah. Relaxes your muscles. Okay. It makes I can't do it. It makes me poop. Well, that sounds like a double benefit. Really super excited for that. Mm hmm. And then fastest sits me down at the asbestos is home for for like a week, Um, home from the Navy, and he sits me down at the counter and he says, Okay, I've got your mother's day present have to close your eyes. Which makes me nervous because I don't trust him too. You know, I thought he was gonna scare me or something. And I opened my eyes trusting mother. I open my eyes and he had his iPad in front of me and and he hit play And maybe Carrie can hit play for you right now. Was a video. Yes. Hmm. Here we go. Gina. Maria, Listen here real quick. It's your boy. That's right, baby. Do not adjust Your Dow for it is the champ. It's the buttercream during I'm coming to you today on behalf of my Paige, team partner and the apple of your eye, your lovely son, Aiden McDonald to wish you the happiest Mother's Day of all times. Gina Marie, The buttercream dream would like to congratulate you. Not only being a badass mom, but for taking back the flag and being a true patriot skewed. That's the move. Gina Marie, let them fascists know that the red, white and blue is for me and for you skew Gina Happy Mother's Day, and even though the buttercream dream is used to standing ovations I'm going to ask you kindly to please remain seated, Skew. So you like that better than the magnesium? Wow, really. He got it. He got me a cameo. Now. Who is that guy? His name's Corey Forrester. The buttercream dream. What is it? Why did she go Pyu? Because he's doing like wrestling pro wrestling thing, make it so. He's my new favorite comedian, because he's this liberal redneck guy. And I follow him on Twitter, and I love him and I send Festus all the time when he does little videos and stand up things. I sent him to Festus, because I think you think it's funny like, Oh, you'll enjoy this because Mom send you things. That's what they do. He paid for a cameo. Check and see how much it was people. People don't want a cameo is there's a bunch of celebrities on this website and paid to have them do a special messages. Hundreds of celebrities. This is paid $100 for that. Wait a minute. Hold it. This guy's charging 100 bucks. 100. No, wait. So did you check her? Did he tell? You know I wouldn't watch that? No, that's not That's like that's like looking for the price tag on a gift. Well, because I want because I want to. I want to give him money for it, because I don't want him to spend $100 on here. Where does this guy get off charging 100 bucks? I mean their celebrity. There are more famous people on their the charge less than 100. Well, he's that good shot. It didn't mean that good. He got it. I mean, that's I love him. I think he's wonderful. I think you looking up the price of your gift. Is not I'm going to sneak fastest $100 to pay for it because I don't want him to pay for that. You're you're you're just totally negating his. He went to the effort. He made the sacrifice. Well, let's give him the money bag. And I would just point out to you, Gina Marie, that He got Actual celebrity. Yeah, unlike you, Mother of the year who faked autographs. They got autographs when.
"mary claire" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Listening to the Donna and Steve Show on my talk. One of 71 Everything entertained, man. Good morning, everyone. Good morning, everybody. Everybody say Hey, everybody. Eyes. Steve, You have a question today that you provided for our face. Booker's the question reads. What word have you often mispronounced? Now? This comes as a result of years ago, we learned that Adidas Is actually pronounced Audie Das. Mm. I heard something else that Marie Claire is actually Mari Claire. Oh, but I think it's only because that's how The French pronounced Mary Pause, or Marie Marie. Well, that would be the serial Marie Claire. Mari Claire? Yes. Which people have thought was Mary Claire. But I think it's just a It's a regional thing or didn't think was Marie Claire. Well, it is Marie Claire spelled Marie Claire, but people Mm. It has been Pronounced Mari Claire Mari So we think they're saying Mary It's Mari Mary. Well, now BMW is the latest to jump in. Apparently, it's a German automobile company. How can you miss Pronounce that? Well, Here's how you're supposed to pronounce it. That's your cue. My apologies. Give me one second. Steve, This is all me here. I love you and support you and believe you. Yeah, you shouldn't because I just let you down here. No, no, no, no, no, Let's go back to I am wearing Adidas shoes right now. I like that idea. Does they need to do a campaign then where they have commercials and say, Adidas? Yes. And so does BMW. Because what is it But me? No. That's how you would pronounce it be moved by blue Way. Got it here. If you guys you're supposed to be pronouncing BMW. Be envy. What did again hit man while Mommy MV? No, no. What a sports. It's in the game. It sounds like that guy. Let's hear Bnv again. Be envy. Boy. Did you see Hank's new car? He's driving a B M V. You'll get slapped if you say that, Yeah, so even though you're right, because that you are right, but it's that's the German Pronunciation of the letter. W is a V like thunder fel was about Yeah. Okay, way. Have a call. Do Stephanie Stephanie from Goa. Tana. Hi, Stephanie. Hi. Say my husband, who Is Mr Outdoors. One of those who could literally survive on one of those alone shows so he knows Everything about the outdoors and for 100 years he's been talking about Popil trees. A couple trees, poplar trees and for years. It's like, Well, I don't want to question you. You probably know But after all these years, I finally found out he meant popular. Oh, yeah. And never never figured it out. And of course, you know, blessed back to say get it is, you know be Popil forever. Yeah. Was it tough when you told him Um, He just brushes me off when I could. Yeah. You don't know anything. I'm an outdoorsman. Thank you. Stephanie. Yeah. Appreciate that. I used to say Porky Pine. Quirky pie instead of pork, you pine I said slippy for a long time and didn't know that it was slippery until probably college gang. And I said bye until your e don't know how to say it. I've never had to say that word before we got good leads on our Facebook page. We also have emails. What's the word you've often mispronounced? I'll start here with Shary says that a family never always says Vehicle. Way always cringe when she has an update on someone having a car problem. How do you say it? Vehicle? Oh, instead of vehicle, you know, I hear people say Cadillac converter instead of catalytic converter converter. That's interesting. We got an email here from Donnelly. Who says Fort Fo R T E. It's not my forte. It sounds better and more French, But apparently it's just Fort. No. Yeah, we can't just and gift is really Jif. No. There. There's that's a Battle Royale. It's not royal. It's royal. Okay, that we know. Yeah, it's I don't like Fort. I want Forte. I'm gonna look at we're looking it up right now. Okay. Steve is efforting efforting. If you're just joining us, we're talking about words. We often mispronounced And that is our Facebook question For today. You can also give us call it 6516411071. Here we go. Want to see authority. 4 14 0? Well, yes, not definitive. All right, fine. Whatever we do have one call, But I have a question for you. You're the grammar guy, Steve here kind of often or often. I think technically, it's often okay. I don't think you're supposed to pronounce the T. Have a sibling who hates it when another sibling pronounces the team that word Drew and Susie Being being bad guys want to hear with lit lists at her husband Mispronounces something. You guys want to talk to her quick. Yeah. Hi, List. Hey, guys. All right. So what's your husband saying incorrectly So it's It's just a cute room. Do you think that he does, so we were reading ingredient the other day, and he's like and or it was. It's our Gulas. Part of success being like, you know, Erica No. Like arugula like honey from car. Sounds like someone's last name that I went to high school with. 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"mary claire" Discussed on X96
"To you, in part by Grilled chicken and rice and vegetables and make sure your furnace is and stays ready for winter. Scott Hale is offering a furnace tuna for just $39 call Scott Hail 8 to 1264 Hail I want to thank whoever was in the producers Booth. I'm thinking maybe was Miriam. Or maybe it's both Skip and Mariam who wish me a happy New year as they texted me, the results of the boner voting and thank, thank you very much, eh? So we had better candidate number one Salt Lake Tribune readers making a surprising pick for Utah of the year and that's putting it mildly. They picked Eric commute So's I would I would say it's not really the Salt Lake Tribune readers who did that It was Eric Moo Tsos. Social media followers who he rallied to vote for him. Angela done that awful human being Angela done came in a distant second. She can't possibly compare to what a great person Eric move Zoe's is Then there was number two on air powered holiday covert spreader. So some moron, no hospital emergency room in California, wearing one of those air air powered fan powered costumes and ended up spreading cove it to 44 people were infected. And voter candidate number three. I'm not the one that's crazy. You're the one that's crazy. This pro trump lawyer Lin Wood, insisting he's not insane when he suggests that Vice President Mike Pence and face a firing squad and and not to mention Live Lizard society, although that's real, all in those Twitter's Milo, one of owner T shirt where the promise of one at least and the winner ended up being Number three. I'm not the one that's crazy. You're the one looks crazy. It was a hard round. Those were all good candidates. Good well around next ground is very similar. All right, Then this one moves forward to bona fide. It might be boner of the day we got around to it. 8 20 get a winner there. And most poses a little sad. He didn't win this round. Actually, he he likes the attention Sure should have rallied his supporters. Exactly. And then at 9 20 this morning, we'll get a boner fight and we'll get a winner. Boner of the day they're proper. If you get any good Christmas presents. Well, I was just looking over my list of Christmas stories to tell you guys about and since you brought up Christmas presents, I'll pick that one. Ah! So my mother, the sainted Mary Claire called me on Christmas Eve. And she said, you know, because because, she said, because we're not doing all our regular tradition stuff, and she wants to make sure the traditions continue, and she said to me, Um do you get your kids new Christmas jammies Because, of course, that's you get new Christmas jammies and she said. You get new Christmas jammies, and I said I used to do that for me and for Joe, But Joe doesn't really like Jamey's. And so I just have sort of stopped. He's an old T shirt and a pair of boxer shorts. Guy, right? Kind of a monster doesn't like jammies. I'm kind of Ah He's not a jammy person. Yeah, I'm not either. I bought him jammies for years, and he would wear him on Christmas morning and never wear them again. And so I just sort of stopped doing it for Us. Well, Mary Claire was having none of that. She mall Tell you how you should live your life on Christmas Eve, so she Comes over and brings a bag. She went shopping. My mother has not been in a store in 10 months. She did all of her Christmas shopping online, but she could not stand for me not having Christmas jammies. So she Drag. She's got a screw loose, dragged Daddy Gerry to old Navy. I thought all running the old Navy real now Old Navy on Christmas Eve. There's no clothes left at old Navy Christmassy. Probably not What she bought me. Some sweat pants. And a black T shirt and the only black T shirt she could find there was in the petite Sitch. Well, what But it was an extra large petite said she thought it would probably fit me she was so this is how motivated she wa. So This is how crazy she is, like, Mom, I don't have pajamas I don't need she talked about the lizard people at all. She could not go to sleep on Christmas Eve, knowing that I did not have the new jammies to wear, and I feel terrible that she felt like she needed to go into a store for the first time in 10 month. You are not responsible for your mother's mental help. So I've asked this of both skipping Miriam today. But what.
"mary claire" Discussed on X96
"Here's boner candidate number one. The charge is forceful Ex elation. Man seen Forcefully exhaling on to women. Outside of President Trump's Virginia golf course, has been charged with assault. Raymond Deschenes. Was charged with misdemeanor assault after a private citizen obtained a warrant through a county magistrate in the Loudon County Sheriff's office. Mr Deschenes didn't immediately return to request for comment from the AP. The altercation happened Saturday outside Trump's National Golf Club, where the president was going to play. Protesters and supporters regularly gather outside the club's entrance. Where he goals. Video widely shared Shows, Mr Deschenes. Taking a deep breath. And then blowing on two unidentified women after one of them asks him to get away from her and points out that he's not wearing a mask. That's assault. One of the women says afterwards I breathed on you said Mr Deschenes, and then he exhaled on them again. On and now he's being charged with a crime. The assault charges forceful Ex elation. And Mr Deschenes is Boner candidate number one. Hmm. Here's boner. Candidate number two. If this is true, then they're all boners. A new survey shows. The least popular items. Happy Thanksgiving dinner table. The least popular least popular items. Okay. In a survey conducted by the Harris poll, more than 2000, Americans shared their most hated Thanksgiving dishes. And the results may surprise you. According to the results. 68% of Americans. Dislike. Traditional Thanksgiving dishes. But they eat it anyway. Out of the sense of tradition you could make whatever you want for Thanksgiving is my point Rules. Here's a look in the results. 29% of people don't like Cranberry sauce, but they eat it anyway. 24% do the same thing with green bean casserole. 22% eat sweet potatoes or sweet potato casserole, even though they don't like it. 21% eat pumpkin pie, but they don't like it. 19% don't even like Turkey. What they eat it anyway. And 23% of Americans are not interested in having Thanksgiving leftovers. Which I think is on American. Yeah, I agree with that. So So if you don't like those things, if that's true, and you eat them anyway than your boners, I abandoned pumpkin pie. So many years ago. I can't recall good for you. You have to have pumpkin pond. I've been fine. Ever since for you now, I pumpkin pie is not something I seek out. Yeah. Once a year, I enjoy a slice of pumpkin pie. I like it and I, you know Here's what I'll say about that, though. Now that I'm thinking about it, because if I'm having Thanksgiving with Mary Claire, she loves pumpkin pie. Which makes pumpkin pie, and if you're at her house, she's going to cut you a slice of pumpkin pie and hand you a slice of pumpkin pie. And you eat it because your mom hands it to you. And it's then here and you don't have the courage and you're a boner to to save your mother. Mom, I don't want any pumpkin pie. I don't care for it. Are you saying that the reason that this survey happened is because of Mom's? I think it's theirs. The mom element in there where my mom will be upset if I don't eat her cranberry sauce, green hair, green bean casserole casserole. You're a boner if you can. Look at your mother and say, Mom, I really don't like that. I love everything else. But I just don't like that. You never see it Thanksgiving, though, when there's a bunch of pies, and there's always the one pie that nobody's touching and you kind of feel bad that nobody's having any of that pot. So you feel like my guilt. Well, I should probably have a little slice. One of the best Thanksgiving meals I've ever had was the top sirloin. It was. You don't have to have a traditional thing. It's just anywhere. Coming up in a moment. Boner candidate number three That cop is trying to raise me. Prime rib, Not top sirloin. Primary up. Sorry I got the titles mixed up. I could see it and taste it. I didn't know it was cow. I know that delicious smell anyway..
"mary claire" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"On the students who are captive in that system, and, you know, let's make no mistake. That's part of the push for four free college is, Let's extend the amount of time from the K through 12 system into a K through 14 System arcade there 16 system. Um, that that does students no favors by spending more time out of the out of the labor force, But more time in class where they can be taught, you know, frankly, quite bad ideas. I'm seeing a lot of conservatives sort of play around with this idea of loan forgiveness and saying, Well, you know, we the universities are already horrible institutions of me to punish them. I'm all onboard with that. But if we forgive student loan debt On Don't tackle the federal student loan program. Then we'll simply have another crisis on our hands in a few years, and the universities are still getting paid for the priority for conservatives must be dismantling the federal student loan program, You know, and by the way, I'm in paper both those things I think at this point I mean, I understand that it would be a violation of the takings clause, but on a Don't appear Schadenfreude a level I would love to see universities that have scam people out of hundreds of thousands of dollars to give them a useless degree in nothingness in order to indoctrinate them and woke nous and turn them out through a degree mail. I'd love to see those people have to eat the dad because these are all I'm secured dads, and this has been a grift from the beginning for both the universities and for Ah lot of the college administrators in the federal government to have been administering. He's a student loan programs. Mary Claire Anselm, policy analyst in Heritage Foundation's Center for Education Policy, really appreciate the time. Thanks so much any time already coming up, we are going to be talking with Candace owns. She, of course, is the newest member of the day. There are teams has a show coming out with us next year, but not just that. She and I both trended this week for committing the great sin of questioning whether it was good for masculinity to put men in dresses on the cover of Vogue magazine..
"mary claire" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"This is the Ben Shapiro show Joe Biden is now talking about if he becomes president. He's talking about how he will relieve students that he wants. Just forgive. $50,000 in student loan debt, which is presumably one of the worst ideas I have ever heard. Joining us online to discuss Is Mary Claire Absalom. She's a policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation Center for Education Policy. Mary thanks much for joining me, I really appreciate it. Thanks much out of me. So let's talk about forgiving student loan sounds nice on the surface, but it's idiotic for any number of reasons. Well, why do you think that it's a bad idea for the federal government to be relieving a student loan debt? Especially because we keep hearing from people like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren that student loans that is crushing millions of Americans? Why shouldn't the federal government simply just be relieving that that Yeah, As you said, It's certainly bad policy, and I find it interesting that the quote Unquote Progressive Party is proposing one of the most regressive policies because possibly imagine two thirds of Americans don't have master's degrees, So holding a college degree is still a pretty elite status in this country, and a significant portion of this outstanding student loan debt is held by graduate student people Cage these people with professional degrees. People who are doing pretty well financially. And so what this policy is proposing is asking average American, You know your plumber's your electrician's or people who made probably pretty wise financial decision not to go to college themselves. Pick up the tab for for the students that Theo it's incredibly regressive, and it's a incredibly inequitable way to be dealing with with this college debt crisis. Now, Mary it seems like the college debt crisis is driven by a couple of factors. One is the government consistently encouraging people to go to college. No matter what they ought to, or whether they are not, too it seems like a lot of people have been taking out loans, particularly federally subsidized pell grants and student loans. That are literally designed to put you in an institution where you get a degree, but learn zero life skills. You got a degree in English. You couldn't get a loan from a private source because the private source loans number one have a higher interest rate number two. Nobody's gonna give you a loan to go. Study Queer Dance Theory West Land, but you might be able to get a government subsidized loan to go study Queer Dance theory over at Wesleyan. That drives up the prices of tuition because now you have more supply and you have more demands and not as much supply in terms of the professors over at Wesleyan, so artificially drives up prices for everybody else, which drives up student loan debt for everybody else. Just his government subsidization always drives up levels of debt generally, as well as prices generally, and meanwhile, you have. The university is taking advantage of this by offering more and more useless classes, understanding that they can Bring more people into get these useless degree subsidized by the federal government. I couldn't have said it better myself. I think that's exactly right. I think our universities have become more activists, factories and then places where people you know, have genuine academic pursuits and learn marketable life skills on the core problem here is that we have virtually nationalized our student loan program under the Obama administration. 9% of all student loans come from the federal government. And when the department education gives you gives you a student loan That there is virtually no underwriting that that exist. So you are given alone regardless of where you want to go to school or what you want to study, even though we know that those factors matter dramatically in terms of your future life earnings that wouldn't happen in a private market. It would matter what type of loan you get, depending on what you want to go or what you want to study because we know that someone you say dance. Has drastically different earnings potentials than someone who studies mechanical engineering. And we're not doing students any favors by giving the same loan to students who want to study those two different things and pretending like they're gonna be equally profitable after that, And unfortunately, when we have the study early back program, it's American taxpayers who are paying for the inefficiencies of that program. I mean, this is a part of the drives me up a wall on a personal level. I paid off my law school loans, which were Not small. I paid off my wife's medical school loans, which certainly were not small. We paid all of those out from our own pocket. We did it in quick and timely fashion. And now I'm being asked to basically subsidized and antifa member to study woke literature at a University of Seattle and this and this is supposed to be something that I'm on board with. No Mary, I have to ask, why is it the Democrats are pushing this sort of stuff because I mean, I know that they have this sort of, you know, upper crust white suburban base that the likes this sort of thing, But I can't imagine there's a lot of pressure from the other members of the coalition for this sort of this sort of move. I mean, just by Diana Presley, suggesting that student loan debt is a racial issue, which is a weird thing, since it's disproportionately in white hands. I don't feel like the sort of intersectional coalition is all on board with us. Yeah, It's part of the narrative that that every single person needs to go to college. And that's simply just more years of the bacon push leftist indoctrination.
"mary claire" Discussed on X96
"Well, he likes him back there. Video of the dog flatbed truck. That means no sides no back on the truck. Is to completely open. Going 70 miles an hour. The dog there. Look, the dog looked very concerned as well. He should. And that's not illegal in the state of Utah really should be going up against number two, uh, professional kidnapper? Yeah, it's funny Division of Child Services workers in Arizona wearing these professional kidnapper. Shirts because you see they could take your kids away from him. Professional states. Action is fun. No, Gina. It's money. They got fired for doing it. It really was not a contest, though. 80 votes to 24 votes. Boner candidate number one. He likes it back there. That's typical of our listeners, preferring dog life over human. That reminds me that Katie was just asking off the year Probably Is a good thing to talk about on the air about your dogs and fireworks this weekend. And I know my dogs love fire. Cary has a history of this and had some suggestions for Katie. Maybe you could do those on the year just for people that well, I just mostly we make it through now, with just having them in the room with us with the TV up loud. And that that usually drowns out the noise from the outside. It's not a problem. The thunder shirts actually work. What are those? Exactly? It's like a straitjacket for your dog. Except it's It's a straitjacket with, you know places for their arms. You know where the straitjacket hold your arms. The thunder shirt is just a tight, stretchy Velcro kind of wrap that goes around your dog's chest, area and shoulder area. And so it's like, Ah, hug. So this makes them feel secure. Makes them feel like they're you know they're swaddled, and so it holds them and makes them feel secure so that the noise isn't quite as bad. You jumped. Remember, their hearing is so much more acute than ours is well. Cats have very acute hearing as well. And my cat's just lot of lie there on the I'm like, you know, they just curled up in that there are fireworks. They don't pay any attention. Cats don't mind but my dog Lucy just shakes and I feel so if you don't have one of those thunder shirts because they are kind of expensive, you can use an ace bandage. It's not about it and go online, and you can see how to wrap it around your dog's chest and shoulder area. Nice and tight. Nice bandage. Little just kind of it's like I said, It's just like a hug. What about cotton balls? Cotton balls just put cotton balls in their ears so they can hear it. Just you know, you say it's what's a matter of hearing or or get some of those. Those earplugs. Those max earplugs that you get it the at the CVS. I'm starting to wonder. Is it bad to wear earplugs every day? Every well, Yeah. If you're wearing them during the day of art you do you have them in right now, Gina, Because it's not a good idea. I wear them. I wear them every night. Why would it be bad to wear them every night? That's why I'm asking. I don't know, like, I don't think so. I don't think I know this is so It's kind of like, impact your wax into my ears. Well, I just hope you keep your ears generally, If you keep your ears clean, Probably not. When you take the earplugs out, you look at them big old food. Are they all doing? Well, then you're impacting. Then you're shoving the earwax. If they're all gooey, that means they're taking the whole wanted out. Can you hear that? Let me let me let's just try a little test. Can you hear this? Okay. Can you hear this? No. Okay, good because I didn't say anything. You guys have anything planned? Not fireworks. Hate those damn things. So we've been doing that We've started this new thing where we have One couple over on the weekend between now and you know when it's too cold to do it, because we're not gonna be able to have people over for dinner this winter. And this is we're trying to get our socializing in. And so we've had Festus and his wife we've had Mary Claire and Gary. We've had My niece and her fiance. And so would every weekend. We're just having another Another. One or two people. So this weekend, it's Joe's mom. We're going to have her over and we just sit outside. And but we had to get the yellow Jackets under control. And Yesterday, I bought two yellow jacket traps. I caught 20 to 0. I pointed my finger like this at the trap, and I went damn right stupid yellow jackets And then it was weird because I did that. And Bill sent me an article yesterday. About it was in the New York Times, but it's my yellow jacket. Problem is his timely is today's headlines. You know you, Khun. One way you can solve the yellow jacket problem, too, As you get these little tiny thunder shirts and you put him on the yellow calmed him right down. Yeah. Does they just They get kind of Dawson and they don't bother you. So that's what that's what we're doing. What What are you doing, Bill? Well. I think family members are coming over. For ah crab and shrimp boil. Careful with how many? Well, I think maybe 10. I think there may be 10 people get well, So when I went, I said, so how many bids my wife will be will be 10 of us all together. I went. 00! Oh! She went, okay. I'll call him and tell him No, no, no, no. You should have not called. I said. I said I said, Well, you know it. It'll be okay. And you know In and it will. It'll be fine because it will be all be outside and no, that's what everybody that's had these get together, says Let's go. It'll be fun. Sure, it's fine. Well, you know the I mean, but the But the guide I mean, the guidelines say, groups of 20 or less And out. Well, yeah, but we you know, would take precautions with that as well. Ah, so you do the If you do the shrimp, boil the crab boil things, then you know, so it's all in one big pot. Then you dump it out. And then you have tongs. And you could just use tongs and put stuff on your plate. You don't have to You know? So everybody has to come up to get it at and Yeah, You're bleeding on each other. It's like a buffet. Well, no, it's you just do it individually, though. So it's not You know? Sure it'll be applying. For the marriage. Okay. What are you doing, Carrie? Oh, it just we're having Jimmy over. Jimmy San Tangelo is coming over to do. Ah! The wine and dinner pairing with with another couple. That's it. Yeah, That's what we did with Festus and his wife. It was just the four of us with it was really nice. You like it? And you know where I'll be wearing my formal mask. So you know Oh, your Avengers one that stranger says it's nice. It's black. You know, it's basically Formal right. We will take a break. We will be back with boner of the week Standby X 96 school supplies many of us take for granted a new backpack. A decent pair of shoes. A nice pair of pants or sweater.
"mary claire" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
"Take a deep breath. Talk to them calmly like right now. My she's GonNa kill me but my sixteen year old native very that choice this weekend and didn't scream yell. Fly off the handle in punisher within an inch of her life. has been sat down down and very rationally made her realize the SINEAD and here are the consequences of these actions. Where Mary players four years ago would have been screaming yelling angry mad? Yeah we ended the conversation with how much left her and thought that she could have made better choices. I was like wow. I'm that now the national instead of the crazy screaming mom you know regrets everything she says and so honestly I just think that might improve. Talbott improves sleep. My improve mindset has changed so many aspects of my life for the better including the relationship with my family. Let's so good that soak it. Congratulations for all great success. You've had a final question we close with what's reprisal wisdom. Would you like to share with our audience and if you are not in a place in your life you are happy with your health aware. Your health is headed I. I don't care how old you are. What medical conditions you have you are not stuck? You can absolutely change the way you feel for the better. I am not saying it's easy or it's not going to take some work but don't ever feel like this is how it's going to be in your living in a body. That doesn't make sense to you. You you absolute can find a way to be healthier and what the Galveston Diet does is just give you a framework to start heading in that direction So the second thing is is you have to realize if you're in that position what you're doing is not working and so it's going to change. What you thought was healthy may not be so healthy? I've I've had so many students who were like. No no no. I'm eating healthy. I'm I'm doing all the right things. And when we really look at what they're doing they were misinformed in so you know just some education on your part can go very very long way and third is when you problem especially a chronic problem. I'm not talking about a disease. I'm talking about a longstanding problem if if nutrition a chance. Don't just jump to a pill or a patch or a pallet or giving your body back is in for example simple as hormone replacement. Therapy does a lot of good things. Your city does improve. Your hot flashes will get better. I'm a huge fan. In those situations. However information she levels will not get better in the weight will not come off so you still give nutrition a chance? Always try nutrition. I guess go to resort to medication with potential long-term detrimental side effects so good so good. Mary Clara thanks for everything you are doing in the world. I'm sure there's a lot of very thankful women to you. Who are who are really happy that they met you and stepped into your programs Our feedback is amazing so very happy. That's good well. Thank you for joining us today. I really appreciate it. And and good luck with everything in twenty twenty. We'll have a good day. I hope you life this episode of Extraordinary Women Radio Take if you did please share this podcast with your own special tribe of women and help spread the love the dreams and the inspiration. Are you ready to to raise up your voice your visibility and your business I am by you to visit me. At Cami Gilmore Dot com to find out how you can make cartel connections into Michael Strategies to ignite an abundance slow of cash and clients into Your Business. I'd love to hear from you on any of my social media channels. I'm on both facebook and twitter. Tell him next time my friend listen to your heart and follow your.
"mary claire" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
"Lucas One of the mistakes I made was gonna the recommendation for a PR person who had done some good work for some when I was working with and got on a phone call with this woman and she basically basically told me that we were going to be on Oprah. Zeppelin should never shown any more but you know we were going to be on Good Morning America to spend my little head around with all these fantabulous list things and she asks for a down payment and in mind to being naive to the process. I didn't ask for a contract or like paid a half and then ask for deliverables. I did not have that. Basically delayed delayed delayed delayed and then the day we had add an appointment She was supposed to send me a report. Never never never never. And then the day we had our with my business manager it was a disaster astor was basically boiler plate in. I'd already paid up front for everything. So that is a huge lesson you know in the business world again. Physicians is at Zero Business Training You know ask so. My business manager turnaround was like okay. Marie-claire you did this without me. The WHO the contract you have to only pay fast and then get a very specified set of deliverables and they do not pay the second it can happen to those deliverables Not they're very sheepish. With open fire. We've all learned how to hard lessons. It's like that along the way so Any others that that pop up for you just ride the roller coaster. I get so wrapped up in the day to day Income you know. Our we did for on a day to day basis especially in in in the Diet. Space helps face. It's it's very cyclical seasonal times. Where people are more prone to look at their house like this time is around the holidays? Not so much people are good morning. Good About being healthy so it's just remembered just to ride the roller coaster. And if you feel like you have got something that the world needs to know about and that is worthy. Just keep going just keep trying. Don't give up the you know if service consider an online course it has been miraculous for the ice. That's awesome that's awesome. It's can I ask what platform he built it in just because as. I'm always curious about that sort of thing. I looked at you to me. I looked at teachable. And maybe one other. I had no idea what I was doing again. Going off Internet googlers and Just kind of on Wim teachable. And did their little online course and went with it awesome. That's so awesome awesome. And how do you so it is a very busy space right. I mean the industry that you're in is very. There's a lot of people there. There's a lot of noise there. How do you stand out a among amongst the others and then how do you just really keep an abundant mindset through that as well? I don't look at anybody else's stuff. Aside tried to work for me at the white and so I just stay in my lane. Were that in front of the research I've done. I've seen to be the only female it'll Bijan physician who is created a program for women at my age. That's just stay there and I talked to those people on that seems to work. I mean when when when I talked to our marketing alliance. I'm like every single woman between the age of thirty eight and sixty four. And what have you learned in the science science. I mean it's because I'm very curious certainly i. I'm right in that space. And what have you learned that That is different that certainly you see this through different is I mean after it certainly after your own experiences but what have you learned in all the research. I've learned that we. We are not focusing on nutrition that physicians and medical practitioners are trained to fix things that are Bergen. And there's there's nothing wrong with that you know. That is a very important part of medicine. But it's you know learning how together pill or therapy for something that's already broken. Why has shocks auctioned in the scientists is at least in this country? There is so little research and information that is done for prevention. And it's almost was treated like well. That's common sense. Why why should we pay for that? Why should we spend money on prevention? Because you should just know better just aren't as a nation in a wet. The other thing researches searches taught me as so many things working against us in industry. And I'm not a conspiracy Arizona last person but when you look at the industry industry as a whole really open curtain in look at the man behind their running so much of how food is treated read it is on a manipulative basis just to make it more addictive in you to be there there to sell food in innate. Don't really care if it's healthy any. And they deserve their to make money which was raised in a capitalist society. My parents are entrepreneurs in the restaurant business. So it's it's really scary when you look at the science of optimizing food what they do to it to make it last on the shelf longer so you know and to to make it more tasty and to make more addictive so that you're more likely to buy rebuy we buy it became addicted and it's at the sugars processed Orders in the sugars. Right right servants to make it happen longer. Shot right in his is. Is that what what changes happening for us. As women that the traditional exercise more eat less approach just isn't working well it works like a champ in in your twenties and then sometime in your forties all of a sudden all the tricks he used to do to get back in the spirit jeans or you've got a wedding coming up and you do all the things I just don't seem to be working anymore. What layers in there for women will for all of us is is inflammation? There's kind of a perfect storm. That happens as we start. Going through. Menopause the changes associated with menopause which really began in our late thirties number one as our cells age they start breaking down. That's a normal natural process. None of us are meant to live forever. That aging process of cells I'm talking about like automatic handrail basis leads to increasing levels of inflammation that however is exquisitely sensitive to nutritional changes matting. That's the missing link in an women specifically just the process of the breakdown. Take down of our ovaries of win. The menopause things start. It's not just estrogen Gesture we lose pre hormones in when you look at inflammatory markers at the bloodstream. Things like site kinds in in our lukens Very technical things when you look at those blood levels just independent of age just the process of pre if you will get pre menopause. During menopause impose those levels starts tyrod and independent of age. So you have aging causing implement in Chris Inflammation you have menopause causing increased inflammation and then finally when we gained weight. It's at this stage. We tend to gain it in mid section way more than we ever have before I would have patients come to me and grabbed their bellies. Shake it in front of me and say what is this in my thirties. I was young and cute. I'd just be like You're not working hard enough. You know these very patronizing patronizing horrible horrible things stations and then when I was grabbing my own Valley winner in what the hell was happening enjoyed a flat summit Muslim allies which Gosh I thought okay. They're onto something here. That belly fat also acts as a has pro inflammatory cytokines as well and then in just a fat deposition there that acts very differently than other fat deposits in our bodies. You got these three things that just put you in this hurling vortex. The good news is inflammation is fought alter nutrition not talking about acute inflammation. Like when you get a cold or step on a nail roads wrinkle. I'm talking about seven out of ten disease. Causes says that are linked inflammation stroke. High blood pressure diabetes thyroid issues. All of it. So are very very very treatable. You you know with the right in traditional changes if you know enough to tell your patients so a little bit more about what the Galveston Diet is. What do people eat? Well basically we. It's a three component program and we start with intermittent fasting and through the thousands and thousands of were twenty three thousand now students without enrolled. I've learned a few things start Mastering intermittent fasting is huge. One it's the scariest thing of the program. The thing that keeps makes you feel must powerful when you accomplish it. It does take a few weeks to acclimate there. And we kind of guide you slowly through the process. The second component is really really doing a deep dive in my gift is is as an educator in medicine. I've always been able to take the complicated medical things. Break it down for patients in a whether they I understand. That's what I do here in the program. It's so powerful for me to educate people not just because Mary Claire said to do this in this will work. But if you win you understand the science you away. More likely sucked evidence shows to stick with the program. You understand when you look at this food. And you understand that metabolic reasons funds were telling you to lean towards this in a way from that and where can people learn more about you and the Galveston Diet. So we have our website. Aside is Galveston. Diet Dot Com G. A. L. V. E. S. T. O. N. D. E. DOT COM on facebook the Galveston Diet. I'm on instagram. At the Galveston Diet interests at the Galveston Diet Yams Youtube Channel at the Galveston Diet awesome awesome. And how do you feel L. Today. Now that you know you you've worked on your own health you've You're helping so many other people with their health. How does your health fill today? What's different I I think about this all the time I thought about it? This morning I've incorporated a lot of changes in my life I when I they quit mine Traditional very long our job I start my day with meditation and journaling ingratitude. Isn't that the the best way to start a day. Minute's just such a gift be able to start a day that way two teenage daughters and awesome and it has changed my relationship with them. I am no longer flying off the handle and screaming and stressed and everything is in emergency emergency in a problem and I'm just able.
"mary claire" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
"Counsel patients. Tot Residents ended everything in academic professor in. OBGYN could do as her patient population age however she was getting overwhelmed with all. The number of complaints and concerns. Patients had with weight gain while going through through menopause. I can relate to that one for sure for years. She told her patients to eat less exercise. More it wasn't until she to experience the changes of menopause that she realizes advice did not work. This interview was so refreshing to me Mary. Claire is the founder and creator of the Galveston Diet the first and only nutrition program in the world created by a female. OBGYN designed for women in Menopause. The GALVESTON Diet is dedicated to helping women reach their health and wellness goals through an anti inflammatory approach to nutrition. Let's meet Dr Dr Mary Clare. Hey welcome to extraordinary women radio. Mary Clare Thank you for having me. Yeah this is. I'm so excited to talk to you. Learn in about your Galveston Diet and this is at a time of year when so many of us are thinking about eating clean and healthy. I know myself I've been really Kicking awesome really a good healthy eating habits this last week and I went to the grocery store and did all my good shopping and I prepared all my foods on on on Sunday and I and I just felt really good this week so exciting. I'm excited to hear what your work is. All about. So I love stores transformation and I think we're really. I'd like to start this. Is You left behind a full-time. OBGYN the paycheck. All the good stuff that comes along with that and became an entrepreneur to start the GALVESTON. John Diet. Tell us what was the what was a pivotal moment. That helped you decide that you were going to take this leap. And how did that all unfold for you. Though once I develop the program I basically developed it I for myself because despite hundreds of patients complaining complaining to me about Midlife weight gain than me internally taking a deep breath maybe a tiny bit of an Iro and patting them on the leg and telling them to go back to the Jim to count calories and then swearing they were doing all of it and it wasn't working. It wasn't until I actually I. I can relate. I have been so unfair to these poor women who came to me for advice and to be kind minded myself. I was never trained in nutrition at all. I was in medical school. It's a you know when you see it right. Whatever that so often as there's no I mean that's just amazing to me that there's no nutrition's training in medical school? I better than others. It's definitely getting better but my goodness twenty five years ago ago when I went through and other than you know people needing trans parental nutrition because they couldn't swallow you know that kind of TBN beanstalk very very high tech but as far as sitting down with a patient and discussing just the basics of nutrition. In what they're eating. What's helping what's not helping with? No training and I realized that calories in calories out hitting the gym is really difficult to me contain midlife and there was nothing else going on That may be all these calories equality and we were missing something so marched over to the Battle Institution Department at the University of employed at the time and said hey guys was going on. This isn't working for me. It's not working when my patients and they're like look. We only do studies on the elderly and twenty five year old male athletes in a few astronauts like there's no one's paying for research on middle aged women. Wow so here's what we know. Here's some anecdotal. Like we were studying other things and we happen to look at what they were eating so I just. I got a stack of things and started reading reading reading reading on my own looking at the fads and looking at new woods. What is this about Halio? What's going on what you know? All the facts that people were trying and having limited success but not really good hells Dell's and I started seeing this recurrent theme of inflammation coming out onto something here. So the the derive doug the more that I found out about why we have increased inflammation with age especially in women especially with the changes and just blowing my mind with all the nutritional things that we could do to change that so I came up with a plan for myself. Super Selfish. Just wanted to fix me. He said all right. I know that there's definite nutritional changes that I can make that will combat inflammation. I can add in all these things that are anti inflammatory and I can remove these things that we know inflammatory. Nothing I was taught. I really did a deep dive into the intermittent fasting data came out absolutely blown away. It's fascinating this was three years ago. You know before Classes cool and also looked at the high addiction of of Americans to add sugar inseparable carbohydrates also. I said all right. Let me let me put these three together and see how they work. They work like magic on the center. Justic played literary accomplishments that twenty pounds just melted off. I was just blown away. Of course they my girlfriend's like what are you doing. Hey share so I'm a little xerox copies of my program. Mike Program Very Much N.. Handed it out to my friends. And they started giving me feedback be back and they were trying it and then I reached out on facebook to a few friends who live downtown. Hey do you wanna try this. In the nature of difference on all of a sudden my facebook group just blew up. Yeah and so many people were interested in it so that was kind of a catalyst for this is a thing I gave it away for free for a year and a half had these little test groups I thought about doing like a protocol study on it to treat menopause symptoms and because so many of the of the students were only have harsher. You better sleeping better all the things that were kinda coming along with. Menopause seem to be better outside of the scale. You know and so it was. Then I had some savvy your business friends who are physicians who who were entrepreneurs who set cleric. This is a thing like you can make this business knows me me you know and I got some advice. I tried any book. It failed miserably and meanwhile I'm still working and then I said did you know I need more time. I need to release figure this out at the same time. The administrative burdens at my job were becoming more and more unbearable and a a lot of people in medicine will tell you that the paperwork cart was just completely overwhelming. And I wasn't having enough time for patients I've heard that many times end getting older older in the hours. It'll be our task when you're delivering. Babies they come remain calm right. I'm not the girl who was cutting who was performing Caesarians at five o'clock in the afternoon. Exhume wanted to get home. I did all the right things so my I was getting tired of less resilient. My husband was working away. A lot of kids were being raised by nanny. I I just felt like they were teenagers in that. This was the right time. So when my last press Ganey scores came through on patient satisfaction. It was It was like a four point six five which I thought was great. My job is not to make everyone happy. Sometimes I have to tell them bad news or share things that are uncomfortable or whatever Ito I had a twenty five year old. NBA Yelling at me. Telling me that I had to have a perfect score and I just thought you know this is probably the right time for me to as you pull back from this. I told my husband. Let me get a year year to work on this and see if I can make this business and I can always go back you. You know. That's always a steady paycheck. My husband has a nice job. We paid off you know. The kids caught kids. College funds were set. We were in a good financial place as a family. You know basically you had some receive money and so you decided you were going to give it a try right so I decided I had some money put away and to help helped start the business and got some other advice to maybe considering online course. Fortunately we knew an online course. It's it's not very expensive to set up in its intellectual property. I didn't have a brick and mortar. I didn't you know I'm just selling service rather than a product so so it ended up being very economical and I watched the course my raving fans and it exploded from there while. Wow so you had yet about fifteen hundred people on your facebook group at that point urban probably ten thousand okay so you've really really grown it You'd had about fifteen hundred people through but you had about ten thousand people on your facebook group tension via yeah and so that was in two thousand eighteen August two twenty eighteen relaunched the online program and you hit seven figures last year relations. I mean. That's just amazing. That's such an inspirational story. August to December of two thousand eighteen. We six years just barely at in the end of the year in our mind was I was like oh my gosh. This is incredible now again heavily license facebook facebook ads to give out on in in twenty nineteen just closed at the end of the year. We hit seven figures in November. And I just was flabbergasted. Swith wow you know but part of me was shocked the financial success but the other part of me knew that this was a real oh program with real results because I had done it for so I had coached so many people through it and I just had to share the information and it would work I return rate. We have a a thirty day. Money back guarantee and our return rate is less than three percent. People are very very happy. program awesome. That's so awesome and any any. You mentioned that you leverage facebook ads. It's a core strategy for you Any any tips of advice on facebook ads on so yes. I started very naive. I did some online courses on how to do facebook ads so I taught myself. I which I think is kimmy fired. A team to help me Just because it's so time consuming and I need to be science right in and it is a bit like day trading so you can absolutely absolutely all day long. Sit there and get lost his forget so I was wanting to walk away from that slippery slopes I needed some help But given that I had done them on my own for so long. I know the INS and outs I basically have a PhD in facebook cats. So I'm I'm in there everyday. McConnell is still monitoring but I have a team that works on created making you ads ads in monitoring for me and they've been phenomenal in. It has really allowed me to free up my time to work on improving the Science of the program. which is my niece? Yeah I mean that's your expertise as a doctor that you're bringing to it so having that type of support around you is is is critical so that you can do you do what your best at. What were your biggest lessons? You learned through the through this award. Okay so I've made mistakes. I have spent a lot of money on.
Dr. Mary Claire Haver, Creator of The Galveston Diet, Designed for Women in Menopause
"Meet Dr Dr Mary Clare. Hey welcome to extraordinary women radio. Mary Clare Thank you for having me. Yeah this is. I'm so excited to talk to you. Learn in about your Galveston Diet and this is at a time of year when so many of us are thinking about eating clean and healthy. I know myself I've been really Kicking awesome really a good healthy eating habits this last week and I went to the grocery store and did all my good shopping and I prepared all my foods on on on Sunday and I and I just felt really good this week so exciting. I'm excited to hear what your work is. All about. So I love stores transformation and I think we're really. I'd like to start this. Is You left behind a full-time. OBGYN the paycheck. All the good stuff that comes along with that and became an entrepreneur to start the GALVESTON. John Diet. Tell us what was the what was a pivotal moment. That helped you decide that you were going to take this leap. And how did that all unfold for you. Though once I develop the program I basically developed it I for myself because despite hundreds of patients complaining complaining to me about Midlife weight gain than me internally taking a deep breath maybe a tiny bit of an Iro and patting them on the leg and telling them to go back to the Jim to count calories and then swearing they were doing all of it and it wasn't working. It wasn't until I actually I. I can relate. I have been so unfair to these poor women who came to me for advice and to be kind minded myself. I was never trained in nutrition at all. I was in medical school. It's a you know when you see it right. Whatever that so often as there's no I mean that's just amazing to me that there's no nutrition's training in medical school? I better than others. It's definitely getting better but my goodness twenty five years ago ago when I went through and other than you know people needing trans parental nutrition because they couldn't swallow you know that kind of TBN beanstalk very very high tech but as far as sitting down with a patient and discussing just the basics of nutrition. In what they're eating. What's helping what's not helping with? No training and I realized that calories in calories out hitting the gym is really difficult to me contain midlife and there was nothing else going on That may be all these calories equality and we were missing something so marched over to the Battle Institution Department at the University of employed at the time and said hey guys was going on. This isn't working for me. It's not working when my patients and they're like look. We only do studies on the elderly and twenty five year old male athletes in a few astronauts like there's no one's paying for research on middle aged women. Wow so here's what we know. Here's some anecdotal. Like we were studying other things and we happen to look at what they were eating so I just. I got a stack of things and started reading reading reading reading on my own looking at the fads and looking at new woods. What is this about Halio? What's going on what you know? All the facts that people were trying and having limited success but not really good hells Dell's and I started seeing this recurrent theme of inflammation coming out onto something here. So the the derive doug the more that I found out about why we have increased inflammation with age especially in women especially with the changes and just blowing my mind with all the nutritional things that we could do to change that so I came up with a plan for myself. Super Selfish. Just wanted to fix me. He said all right. I know that there's definite nutritional changes that I can make that will combat inflammation. I can add in all these things that are anti inflammatory and I can remove these things that we know inflammatory. Nothing I was taught. I really did a deep dive into the intermittent fasting data came out absolutely blown away. It's fascinating this was three years ago. You know before Classes cool and also looked at the high addiction of of Americans to add sugar inseparable carbohydrates also. I said all right. Let me let me put these three together and see how they work. They work like magic on the center. Justic played literary accomplishments that twenty pounds just melted off. I was just blown away. Of course they my girlfriend's like what are you doing. Hey share so I'm a little xerox copies of my program. Mike Program Very Much N.. Handed it out to my friends. And they started giving me feedback be back and they were trying it and then I reached out on facebook to a few friends who live downtown. Hey do you wanna try this. In the nature of difference on all of a sudden my facebook group just blew up. Yeah and so many people were interested in it so that was kind of a catalyst for this is a thing I gave it away for free for a year and a half had these little test groups I thought about doing like a protocol study on it to treat menopause symptoms and because so many of the of the students were only have harsher. You better sleeping better all the things that were kinda coming along with. Menopause seem to be better outside of the scale. You know and so it was. Then I had some savvy your business friends who are physicians who who were entrepreneurs who set cleric. This is a thing like you can make this business knows me me you know and I got some advice. I tried any book. It failed miserably and meanwhile I'm still working and then I said did you know I need more time. I need to release figure this out at the same time. The administrative burdens at my job were becoming more and more unbearable and a a lot of people in medicine will tell you that the paperwork cart was just completely overwhelming. And I wasn't having enough time for patients I've heard that many times end getting older older in the hours. It'll be our task when you're delivering. Babies they come remain calm right. I'm not the girl who was cutting who was performing Caesarians at five o'clock in the afternoon. Exhume wanted to get home. I did all the right things so my I was getting tired of less resilient. My husband was working away. A lot of kids were being raised by nanny. I I just felt like they were teenagers in that. This was the right time. So when my last press Ganey scores came through on patient satisfaction. It was It was like a four point six five which I thought was great. My job is not to make everyone happy. Sometimes I have to tell them bad news or share things that are uncomfortable or whatever Ito I had a twenty five year old. NBA Yelling at me. Telling me that I had to have a perfect score and I just thought you know this is probably the right time for me to as you pull back from this. I told my husband. Let me get a year year to work on this and see if I can make this business and I can always go back you. You know. That's always a steady paycheck. My husband has a nice job. We paid off you know. The kids caught kids. College funds were set. We were in a good financial place as a family. You know basically you had some receive money and so you decided you were going to give it a try right so I decided I had some money put away and to help helped start the business and got some other advice to maybe considering online course. Fortunately we knew an online course. It's it's not very expensive to set up in its intellectual property. I didn't have a brick and mortar. I didn't you know I'm just selling service rather than a product so so it ended up being very economical and I watched the course my raving fans and it exploded from
"mary claire" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
"This is episode one thirty eight of extraordinary women radio. Welcome to extraordinary women. Radio I n your host Cami Gilmer. Women are being called to lead with voice vitality and vigor each week. Join me for wisdom field interviews with extraordinary women living out loud and making a difference events in our world their stories will uplift inspire and spark your own purpose driven journey. Hello my extraordinary women friends friends as we kick off this New Year I have been shifting that my eating habits to healthier foods that nourish my body after a not so healthy holiday. Can you relate. I have been bringing more movement in my days in continuing the good habit I have created for myself of my morning rituals filled with daily meditation journaling gratitude and reading. It feels so good to take care of me and I believe all of this is critical to raise up the energy to raise your energy. It's how we resonate. Last year. I spent a lot of time on this topic because I believe how we resonate energetically it is a direct correlation to the success we can create in our lives and I call it. The R.. Factor are factor is comprised of four pieces. I our mindset right that positive mindset that we bring into the world how we look at the the possibilities in front of us us the spiritual connection that we have is the second one in that means that we're aligned to our purpose we are aligned to the connection was something greater than us and then the third one is our communities and that's a connection to our communities where we are uplifting one another work connecting with one another we are sharing Growing together and then the fourth one is our bodies in that means. We're taking care of our bodies and today's topic. Today's guest fastest really gonNA help us dig into our bodies and when one of these pieces is off. We're off and we don't show up at our best. I love that Mike clancey started to Hashtag are factor. You know we can get our marketing rights and we can get our business models right but if we are off on our factor on any one of those four pieces that's when we get stuck and we can't figure out why things aren't shifting in why they're not changing growing in our businesses in our life and that's why I'm so excited to bring you our guest today. Dr Mary Clare. Hay Fever is a wife. She's a mom she's a physician and she's an entrepreneur who has devoted her adult life to women's health as a board certified. OBGYN in the Houston area. Dr Haber has delivered thousands of babies completed thousands of well-woman exams in.
"mary claire" Discussed on X96
"Week? We'll from you. How do you get it to us Email at radio from hell at x ninety six dot com? Put best question or in the subject line. And we'll answer it every Friday this week. I selected this one because of your wife's injury Bill. She had a pretty bad injury. Oh, yes. She did you didn't see your last night. I thought maybe we'd run into you, but yeah, I found her face down in a pool of blood not moving. And as it turns out, she's fine. But she split open her lip, and she's got stitches in her lip and, or faces all still swollen up. Yeah. Pretty bad. But even that's not her worst injury. No, she had a bad broken ankle. A couple of years ago that roller derby, she was supposed to go to a roller derby tournament this weekend. But she's can't now. So, so I selected this question, just based on that. It's the worst the worst injury. You've ever had so not like a surgery. And like I've had horrible surge of worst. Carrie? You know, there are some people who go through life, and they can't say that they've had a horrible injury. The the worst injury. I ever had as I was working on a crew, where we were blasting tunnel through a mountain, and we're using dynamite, the dynamite went off and it blew a crowbar through up through my the bottom part of my job out my head. Yeah. And I stayed conscious for the whole thing. You know, his his his x Ray is famous. You see it all the time. If the x rays at Ripley's. No, I just always think of that as one of the most horrific accidents. Yeah. And the guy did survive that, although it damaged his brain. And he said he had a motion problems for the rest of his life. I mean broken. I've broken my arms how oh just being a kid. You know, once on an ice slides on somebody's driveway, Liden on our feet once trying to high jump my broken arm once trying to hang off the monkey bars and I fell in broken are broken my arm three times. I've cut myself badly on. I've had stitches, I've had stitches everywhere pretty much in my hands. And my, you know. I probably the worst injury. I had was when I was so young. I don't really remember it, but I, I have a really big scar on the side of my head that you don't ever see. It's covered with air but I I fell down the stairs. When I was a little kid and split my head wide open. And they had to stick you. I mean, not just the skyline fallout, not just the scalp it cracked. Now my head was still soft and it grew back together, but, and I maintain I would have been a genius today. That hadn't album. So I don't know. I've had some pretty bad ones. Mine was I was training for state junior posse finals? Because she knows she wanted to go out on our horse and get bad guys. And, and I was practicing barrel racing in the rain. Oh well Gina, and the mud sounds like a country song. Practice barrel racing in the ring and my horse slipped. And my leg was stuck in the Stirrup. So she laid down on me and broke my leg, which I didn't know at the time, walk it off because Mary Claire. Yelled out the back door. Get up walk it off your leg is broken. I can't stand. So daddy, Gary came out and picked me up out of the field and took me to the hospital and related broken. What part of my tibia, which is the lower lower. Yeah. And. In the hallway, the hospital, I'm not crying 'cause my mom's like I can't believe for going to she's fi- of our. Get to the hospital. They do an X Ray. The doctor comes out, and he says, yes, it pretty bad break. She must be in shock because she's not crying or anything, then Mary Clare leans over to meet an emergency goes, it's really broken. You can you can cry nounce your mother, must love it. When you tell the story about her. All right. And then she looked at the camera and said parenting with a big thumbs up. But I was so bummed because I had on really tight jeans my favorite pair of jeans and they had to cut them off. Oh, no ruined my favorite Bearup jeans. But I had a hip cast on I started high school in a hip cast. That, that set you back. So no wonder you are the way you are socially, Dr me. No. That's not true. So that my worst injury, bad lake break Carey I have rolled two cars. I have. Totaled two others. I think I was hit by a snowmobile when I was a child, you think you were well, that's the thing I think I was I heard it approach. And then I woke up lying in the snow. I think I was hit by route, and no and nobody stopped. They didn't stop whoever did it didn't stop. It was a hit and run. It was just like, oh, I hit the kid. What are the what are the odds of it run? Snowmobile. But I have not sustained any sort of major injury broken broken. That's what I thought you, I seem to know that about Bruce, Willis, I must be because I've never broken bone or had any, she gets you a raincoat the scar I have is from surgery was he married to Demi Moore was married to Demi Moore. Is that why? That way said as he Bruce, Willis. He's unbreakable. What could be so dense sometimes? He's unbreakable. I thought I. Really I, I am some sort of mutant superhero, or just damn lucky growing up on a farm somewhere airline. We very, very careful. Always my sister. On the other hand, she was not very careful or lucky. She had, she's had all of the things I don't know when I've had horrible burns, I had a burn from a motorcycle pipe kale. How they and I put my leg up against it. I, I, I never thought I thought that that would never heal. It was so bad. I didn't seek attention for it. You know, medical attention. You are now. Oh my God. It was horrible. All right. So there it is hit the theme music while you don't have to. I'm too tired to care about the sound that is right now, if you have a best question, you want to submit just Email radio from hell annex, Ninety-six dot com. And maybe we'll read it at answering. Rio Tinto stadium combined. See a second floor the inter form club on the west side of Rio Tinto stadium. Huge blowout gear sale. You can't believe now. There are a lot of people here at, but it it'll take a long time for this stuff to get picked over because there's so much. Like thousand hats. They have they've t-shirts hats, scarves, for a dollar a dollar after only five bucks. You can get scarfs robuck and as Venus said and then pint glasses coffee, mugs shot glasses, all that kind of stuff for, for just a dollar you could you could come and buy a case of beer, mugs and stock your bar with them. Now, we have some real monarchs tickets. First-come-first-served just come to the broadcast table. And we will just give those away people that come down, come and ask for him. Simple. I'll right there you go. We do have do you want to some did you traffic which quickly traffic? Yeah. The, the main issue is this huge pothole that was so big. They had to close to lanes of northbound I fifteen at about mile post to eighty four and Lee high, so they could fix the pothole because it was easy Norma's. So avoid that area if you can. But no other accident. Wants to tell you about. And I don't think friends of the program has sent us in anything. Let me just quickly check our message strange. Nope. But if you see something, you wanna share with other friends of the program, text it to us, three three nine eight six snowbird. There's no off-season tram rights hiking activties at the base. Plenty.
"mary claire" Discussed on The Basement Diaries
"Your thoughts and the follow. You know, what I post this all say an intro like what my thoughts. I wanna thank God. But I, you know, just with all like he made a lot of mistakes like when he was in his early twenties. There's a lot of people do, but it was just like with a magnifying glass. You know? Yeah. And I think that's such a human thing. Right. Like, we're also scared to mistakes. And so what would that be like if someone was walked like the whole world is watching you make your mistakes, right because we've all done things that maybe your close friends know about you can fight and someone about, but you're like thank God, you know. Because even though I, but I just I wish it was a little more normalized like we all should be failing and making mistakes because that's how you grow and learn. Well, yeah, exactly. Like, you you care. Learn how to do something until you fail out. Exactly, exactly. Like with even recording this podcast. You know, like I've fucked up a few times. And now, I know like not to do those things. Right. But how would you have known? You hadn't gone. I couldn't just like magically opened the computer. I know how to do this. Like, let's go. Yeah. Give your professional from the start. That was we just got done with for the record the show. I just itself reduce with some incredible women. And that that was the scariest part is it was like we could fail. Yeah. We could totally fail. And I think, but I also think like even with this podcast or with any art. That's kind of the exciting part. Right. Is that a risk because you care if you didn't care? I don't know. Were you wouldn't be doing exactly here? So tell me a little bit about this play. Absolutely. So about a year and a half ago. Amy, my good friend, and I met her through blackbox her friend Mary Claire had been writing show, and she was like, I think we can do this. And I was like, whoa. Okay. Like this so excited, you know. So they had really sat down thought of the story. Then as it went on like we were adding our whole team together. And then I went to Bethany. And I was so nervous. I was like, hey, girl. Like, we have a show. We wanna put Bethany directed. Yeah. All at love for you to direct it. But again, you know, like she could easily read this and be like, you know, this is so it's har- into Volterra bowl. It's so boyish yet. But I, you know, she's someone I do feel comfortable with being like that with. But anyway, luckily, she was like, I love the script. And I love this message. Let's do it, you know. And so. And so it was me, Amy Mary Claire, Alex Bethany. And then Ashley crow came on a who Amy and Alex had gone to Loyola with. Okay. And so, yeah, we did the damn thing. We put it up. And it was like honestly one of the hardest thing of. Yeah. But it was so rewarding. It was so exciting. I'm sorry. I missed it. No. You don't do apologize at all? It was quick. You know, it was it was four days. Like that. Was that was all we could do. But. Yeah, it was so exciting. But again like what we're talking about. It's like once you do something like that. You're like, okay. I can't do this. Now what what else was so walked me through the process of why? The process. Yeah. A lot of learning experience. Yeah. General I mean, it was just it was hard. It was like the script was already there. But then it was kind of delegating. Right. Like, okay. Well, who's in charge of marketing and who's in charge of the space and who's in charge of props. And then there was just a lot of learning along the way good learning. How how many people did you have involved in the project? Well, I would say in the project in total. There was probably like eight people, right? Like, we had other people helping us with Sarah helped us with photography and Amy's friend Kelly helped us with finances. Like there were so many other areas, but the five of us produced it. Oh, yeah. So it was hard. I mean, there was no process that was kind of the exciting part. Yeah. It was kind of like they're learning as you go like this manning thing that needs to have in order to make this happen. Like automatically the goal. Is to put on the show and people come up joking. It was like once we put the deposit down for the space. We're like, well, we have it like we. And then once we sold tickets. It was like well people are coming. Do you have to do it? You know, it's an obligation. Yeah. Exactly. But I it was just so much fun to work with such incredible intelligent wonderful women and just like put something up to. I mean, what was that experience like of just having like an all like, all female. It was unbelievable. And it was cool because we were talking about how like you don't do many projects like that. You don't really get the opportunity, and it was so exciting because it was just so empowering because it was like we are all capable of a lot of things we didn't know we were until we got pushed to that point. You know? Yeah. Totally everyone was so on it. And I think that was the biggest thing to was no-one dropped the ball. It was kind of like if someone needed help someone else in there and vice versa. Sounds like a great team. Yeah. It was really. So do you see yourself like producing other work with
"mary claire" Discussed on 790 KABC
"And here to talk about is someone who actually knows something instead of me, Jeremy boring hosting for Ben Shapiro today. We're talking to a policy analyst is Heritage Foundation center for education policy that is Mary Claire m slim sorry about that. She's a policy analyst at Heritage Foundation. Her research in writing focuses on ways in which free market principles can inform higher education policy, specifically she wants to make college cheaper for the people who ought to go to college, which Mary Claire, assuming isn't everyone. Exactly. Yeah. Thanks for having me so much on the show. And you've got the last name perfect. Thank you. Yeah. So I'm not a college graduate. I may I stuck my toe in the in the warm water of college and realized that it was not for me. And as a result. I I'm actually sort of an advocate for people now going to college unless they need to call. It is a very useful tool for people who need to be there. But that doesn't seem to be the attitude that Americans have about higher education today. Well, I think that your story on is one that many Americans have where a lot of American the cost of college and said, you know, maybe that's not for me. I'm gonna pursue another option or many Americans who took on, you know, large soon loan Desmond chose to live a modest life. You know, chose to to graduate in four years. You know, make other financial decisions that they could pay off their student loan debt. And then unfortunately policies like this come along sambergen wipe away, you know, massive student loan debt for all those other students, it's quite unfair to to students who, you know, either decide not to go to college because they couldn't afford it or decided to to make smart financial citizens to pay it off. And so it it is a slap in the face her for many Americans chose to be a little bit more fiscally responsible. So the system's rigged, isn't it? I mean, we had met whilst on a little bit ago, and he talked about how really it's to your point people who elected to not go to college people who didn't think that they could take the financial risk of going to college. They get no benefit from this whatsoever. People who made bad choices. Went over extended themselves. Maybe got expensive degrees from expensive schools that don't have practical effect would get the most benefit from this. But but it strikes me that there's more to it. Which is isn't the federal government basically paying colleges to give meaningless degrees to students who don't need them. Absolutely. So the federal government controls ninety percent of all soon loans that are out there. So we we've already virtually nationalized the student loan system. And so why wait Elizabeth Warren is proposing is that all right? I guess the system hasn't quite word. We're just going to erase debt for people making making under one hundred thousand dollars a year. We're gonna raise part of the data people making between one hundred thousand dollars a year in two hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year and for everyone else going in. We're just getting completely eliminate tuition. That's really bad news for American taxpayers two-thirds of whom don't have college degrees. And so if the goal of this plan is to increase equality. I would argue this ping us in the opposite direction. You're going to have the two thirds of Americans who are hard working, and you know, and paying their bills paying for the elite one third of Americans who are getting these fancy bachelor's degrees that quite frankly, a lot of whom are not beneficial to the marketplace, why is this such an issue for Democrats? I mean, they're the ones who federalize. Who nationalize the student loan industry sort of famously is part of the ObamaCare legislation there. Now, the ones that want to wipe away and give I guess what is on an ongoing basis. What would be free college tuition to any American who wants to go to school? Why are they so invested in higher education? Generally, what will the left isn't wrong that student loan debt is a massive problem? It certainly is. I mean, we have one point five trillion dollars and Alston student loan debt today. However, the the left is approaching it wrong when they say that we need to to create free college. I would argue that the solution is to be federal government to take a step back there. There's more evidence now than ever, and it seems relatively clear to most economists that the reason tuition has risen so much over reason decades is exactly because of the federal is to launch system that we have today college. No, they can raise their tuition, and they're not gonna lose customers. Because if the government's gonna sweep in and offer students alone on an increase. Those on rates over the years as colleges racer tuition. And so the university make out quite wellness system who doesn't make out. Well, our students who are taking on this massive debt, and for taxpayers who are gonna left to be left to pick up the tab for students who can't who can't make their loan. And so instead of walking away and saying, well, maybe this was a failed experiment in federal student loans. I we should take a different direction. Unfortunately, the policies that we're seeing from the left is we're just going to wipe away this massive failure in our investment. Irish only politicians get to take your money misspending sale at what they set out to accomplish. And then say the answer is give us more power and more of your money. And somehow they pull it off on Twitter. You offered a few suggestions for how we might better six higher education and student debt crisis in America, one of them that I thought was interesting you said we should decouple federal financing from accreditation and allow the business community to get involved in the training of their future workers. Could you talk about this idea of? The link between accreditation and federal financing. Sure. And I'm happy brought that up because accreditation often gets lost in this conversation. But the many Americans are frustrated with higher education today, and we're frustrated because our tax dollars are going towards these institutions that we feel like are not giving products the number representing us. Well, our crowd. Asian system is supposed to be the the gatekeeper that's supposed to be ensuring this base level quality for our tax payer dollars. And unfortunately, the system isn't working creditors chosen by the department of education, and then they determine which schools can receive taxpayer dollars. And unfortunately, I think we would look all around the country and say many didn't sushi are not worthy of our taxpayer dollars and not producing good results. If we decoupled federal finding from a creation from accreditation and have on individual businesses have different institutions voluntarily put their seal of approval on individual courses on curriculum. Comes on at batter universities. It would have great transparency if Boeing was going around putting their seal of approval on aero nautical engineering courses that would carry some weight in the marketplace. And then a student looking at not just schools, but I'm talking individual courses and really using their dollars to to to create their own curriculums. We would have a lot more transparency, and knowing these these courses have value and have I wanna marketplace in that there's a job at the other end of it. Because what Boeing would be saying is I would hire someone who has the skills that are being taught in this course, and I think we badly need that in today's environment. You're talking about this sort of credentialing that goes into call. What's wherein, maybe an employer won't hire? Someone who doesn't have a degree the degree the specifics of the decree. Are never actually spelled out. So a person they put themselves through four years of university. Get a bachelor of arts and in all they're really chasing at that general credential, you're suggesting that a true system of credential. Wisdom would say these are the exact courses the exact ideas. These are the things that we as employers find valuable in the we're going to use a sort of requisites or as part of the screening process to figure out which employee. We wanna to hire. Yep. Exactly, I mean, major companies need to spend millions of dollars a year retraining their employees who come to them from college because college is not matched up to the needs of the workforce. And if we did focus on skills on a specific skills are being taught in our in our college courses, rather than degrees that are just sort of displaying statement of will you generally have learned these things we would have a much better pathway between college and work. And yes, I mean, many students go to college to expand their minds and to debate until learning abroad subjects, and that's fantastic. But at the end of the day, what students go to college to achieve is a career at the other end of this, especially with the heavy financial investment. We're asking them to to put up in today's environment. So I think decoupling federal financing from accreditation would allow skills based education to reemerge primary focus of higher education. We're going getting generalized degrees. Just trying as you say expand their minds. Maybe you might hear young people said they want to go to college and find themselves, isn't it? Also, the case that in a system in the system we have now because the universities are making so much money for peddling this sort of scam on students it's almost impossible to fail out there. There's not necessary. It's not necessarily the case that even if you earned the degree that you actually learned anything about the topics that you studied exactly, and this is the other failure in our credit system. Is that colleges are not being held accountable for the products that they produce. I mean, we're investing in universities as if they are a business and in most businesses, you are held accountable for the quality of the product that you produce schools. Don't don't have that that requirement which is why at the Heritage Foundation. We're big fans of something called income share agreement in in that type of model school will put up the cost of students -education upfront, and then the student would sign a contract agreeing to pay back. A percentage of their future earnings on after they graduate the benefit of that is that the student knows exactly what the school expects them to make once they graduate. And so there's that transparency there. And then the school is highly incentivized to make sure that they're equipping you with all of the necessary skills to become a very successful high earner once you graduate. So it's a win win for the school and for the student, and it's a wonderful alternative to federal student loans, which leaves taxpayers on the hook for for bad outcomes. Devil's advocate. Do you worry at all about a system like this, and what's really tie college education to in a very practical way to success in your career? Do you worry about losing the liberal arts? Do you worry about? I mean is it ever really? Well, Boeing ever care that anyone's said, he sake spear will it ever really matter. If you're going to be a CPA, if you've experienced classical music or poetry, do we lose something as a society, if we if we close over traditional liberal education. I think that you make an important point that that education should not solely be about. Exactly. What gets you the most money but innocent violent harassing tax payers to put up their money to invest in the future, the investment in education comes from that that highly educated people benefit our economy, and so students deserve to have that that streamlined pathway from from education to work now pursuant who wanted to pay money to to learn extra skills than that veg, certainly should be encouraged, and I do think the mall, I mentioned before where you have individual on entities accrediting courses. I mean, you can have that you can have, you know, the the New York City ballet, according a dance course. I mean, that's not specifically limited to the very specific, you know, hard science skills. I think you can have any entity out there put their stamp of approval on specific courses to single marketplace. What that means that is a fantastic point. If you wanna find yourself pay for it, Mary Claire. Slum? Thank you so much for joining us people tell people where they can find him. Sure, you can find me on heritage dot ORG to click on the education tab. You can also follow me on Twitter. My Twitter handles at NC M S E L EM critical. Thank you for being with us here on the bench Baracoa coming up..
"mary claire" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The hook for for bad outcomes. Devil's advocate. Do you worry at all about a system? Like this. What you really tie college education to a in a very practical way to success in your career. Do you worry about losing the liberal arts? Do you worry about? I mean is it ever really? Well, Boeing ever care that anyone's said, he shakes peer will it ever really matter? If you're going to be a CPA, if you've experienced classical music or poetry, do we lose something as a society of we if we close over traditional liberal education. I think that you make an important point that that education should not solely be about. Exactly. What gets you the most money, but in this environment, we're asking taxpayers to put up their money to invest in the future. The the the investment in education comes from that highly educated people benefit our economy on and so students deserve to have that that streamlined pathway from from education to work now for students who wanted to pay money to to learn extra skills than that mesh certainly should be encouraged, and I do think that in that mall. I mentioned before where you have individual entities accrediting courses. I mean, you can have the you can have, you know, the the New York City ballet, according a dance course. I mean, that's not specifically limited to the the very specific, you know, hard science skills. I think you can have any entity out there put their stamp of approval on specific courses to signal the marketplace what that means that is a fantastic point. If you wanna find yourself pay for it, Mary Claire. Slum? Thank you so much for joining us people tell people where they can find him. Sure, you can find me on heritage dot ORG to click on the.
"mary claire" Discussed on X96
"Six. All right. Yes. So so yesterday, I'm I'm in Burbank where I woke up in the morning and named after Luther Burbank. I didn't know that. Thank you and man's neighbors were mowing the graphs, and hey, this is January. They're having baseball practice in the park. What what was what was the temperature to seventy two's lovely? We knew we went shopping in Pasadena outside dasher is your Collorado street. Outside. Failure with that area. I see why people live here. It's wonderful. That's where my favorite movie theater is. Now, I made a purchase there, which I'm not gonna tell you about. Now, that's a whole other story. So we'll save that for tomorrow or something. But so all of that. And and I'm I'm hearing reports of how the weather is back home before I leave, and I got a text from Mary Claire and she said on channel two they have a new weather alert system. Did you guys talk about this yesterday? No, I didn't hear about it. I don't watch TV much. And and when she told me what it said, I didn't believe her. So she sent me a copy of it. You're wise not to. Yeah. I thought she was exaggerating. Now, she does that it said Tunas weather team will issue whether warring days when the weather will significantly impact your life, though. So it's not just a warning the weather is going to significantly impact your life, and you sounded so. Wasn't it? Just a snowstorm. I mean, it's a hurricane. I mean, it was pretty big compared to what we've had in. Recent did it significantly impact your life yesterday. Mine mine that was my whole day yesterday. She did significantly impair. Okay. So you're okay with this a lot of people. It did. Yeah. But I'm sitting in the airport with this. At Bob Hope airport which carry didn't like because they didn't have a bar, but they have to do now. So I'm very well. I'm I'm still not happy about the rental car while but the there was a couple sitting across from me. While we're waiting to board, and they make this announcement. Due to a weather delay in Salt Lake. Your flight the plane may have to wait for it to get here. And and we ended up being delayed about two hours and the couple in front of me just were bitching about it constantly as if this is, you know, Delta's fault that there's storm. And and she was like we could have booked that later flight we could have had a whole other day here in I wish we would have known about this sooner. I wish we would have known about it. We wasted a whole day you're sitting and they were just bitching back and forth. And I'm like, can you just it's not helpful at all? Yeah. None of us are happy about it. But it's the weather it it it happened. Everybody complains about it. Nobody does anything about it. Didn't understand the poor because they wouldn't shut up about their stasis whole day. There's there's things you can be angry about that. You have control over those are the things you can be angry about things you have no control over. Why are you angry medic? People. You should have said something to them. And by the way, I was wrong about Burbank. It was named after David Burbank who's that is a prominent dentist and sheepherder really major. I mean, like, you know, plenty of wood is very angry today because his movie the mule was not nominated for any Academy Awards. What why should it have been? He feels it should have been don't you don't you know, who I am directed. He did all started and direct, but he should be very happy at to famous. Celebrities love his movie that should who was it hula Pete Davidson, and John Mullany comedian John Lewis day love the meal, really comedian Pete Davidson now or if you've not seen the MO the mule. There's some spoilers here. I mean most most of us. I want you to listen to this here. It is talking about the mule back to the meal seriously. We went to see the new on opening day. We didn't go in with any expectations, and this movie was I dare say yes at the greatest weirdest. Most bananas movie ever made about a nine year old drug mule. You remember when Clint Eastwood be rated an empty chair at the Republican national.
"mary claire" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"It's just great. I love ice. That's the dog's name just a great companion ice. Yeah. So that it's because he loves ice and snow and he rolls around in it. And it's just this like sweet Italian family in this tiny tiny town of like fifty people and his dog just comes with him on his fisherman's boat every day, and it's real sweet. So of all the episodes. I've watched so far only two probably won't watch any others. That episode was great. So I watched that. But you know, shits creek is coming back so excited, and I watched the Christmas special, but she watched it too, right? Yes. And yeah, that's what I've been doing a split been watching. What are you watching? I am still watching drag race. I started re watching it. So I'm I'm binging all of that. I also watched bird box watch. No. And I never will. I'm not a scary movie scary. Okay. It's not I you know, me I'm startled by everything around me. And I'm scared all the time. I don't think I did not find it scary. Although I only really paid attention to like the first half. And then I was on my phone for the second hand. But I still got it. It's not it's not scary. It's also not like, I don't know the greatest film in the world's. But you get all the memes. The people are chatting about cool. So that's what I've been watching trying to trying to watch more movies and twenty nineteen. What's your chaser this week? My chaser this week is karaoke because you and I went out with some of my friends from from growing. Up when we were both home in the Chicago land area for Christmas. And I feel like I finally get it. I get how to carry Okie. You were the wise one who said you either sing a song that you know, you're going to like really perform or you sing a song that everyone else is gonna love to sing along with. I always thought that karaoke was just singing the songs, you know, all the words, and that's why I did was not good at it and didn't have fun with it. But now, I feel like I get it. And it's so fun, and I really loved it twenty nineteen I want to go to more karaoke. Great to hear you should go right now. Okay. Great another round of puff the magic dragon. 'cause yeah, I sing that. I mean. Yeah, I'm glad to hear that. Because obviously, I love it. My chaser chaser about the same night. But it's your lovely. Parents got me over you're just doing this for Leon. And your mom who I jokingly called a dead animal. Carcass on the podcasts at one point never forgive. You. There was wine a worse things. I where some the steering Harry monster showed up on a beach somewhere turns out, it was probably just like a severed wail part. But I made some joke about how like the beasts did not respond to calls of berries. Mom. I thought that was safe like your mama joke to make turns out your dad ratted on me, your mom who will never forgive me. So I went over for dinner, and that was was brought up dinner. So thanks to the think goals for having me over and making delicious food, and then taking me out even though I had to pay for a very expensive Uber to get. Get that v. Thank you for listening to unhappy. Our so happy to be back head to apple podcasts or Spotify, Stitcher. Rivi get podcasts bit about subscribe button and rate us review us, but only if it's nice unhappy our say production of pineapple street media. It's produced by Mary Claire tie and me Mattis, I special thanks to generous Furman and MAC linski. Our editors are decliner and Josh Gwynne music by Hans style soup. You can bother berry at Finco berry pie. You can worship me on all the social media's at map LSI, and you can follow unhappy our pod on Twitter for all the latest podcast buzz. And that's it. That's everything. Thank you. For listening seeing next week above by. And. L in you damn. On the best may Aina. No.