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"maxim magazine" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"Like to think that's like ever ever 'cause you're like myself purpose of like analysis and all of that is like return to sell. You know all of that. But i'm like i appreciate it healthy distance. I don't never wanna see her. You know what i like. Face her injury. What would it be. What would you. What seems annoying like her. She knew what you would like to others like. I just don't i i. I know what you mean. And i i wanna meet me because i think it'll be easier to make tik toks. You know where. I talked to myself. I don't have to like change wardrobe and then change the camera angle. See pitching multiplicity. You just want more of us to help you a you. That's a crew. Which by the way just people know because we've got a lot of suggestions of movies. Do we pulled audible on multiplicity. Only because i think it's fair to say we all were kind of enjoying it so we were watching it all. We were all watching it last night and and texted to say like this. I waited. They have too much to talk about. This is enjoyable. Levy performance john delancey. I mean it's a it's a killer cast of people that you love and funding during pretty good work So so we switched to the island. Which i'm very grateful for because this. This was way more fun to watch but i know what you mean june in the sense that like one of the things i liked in the movie was when you and mcgregor clone fines. Ewan mcgregor the host. The pri- mcgregor they make you and mcgregor kind of a piece of shit. We light and like. I feel like i feel like that's a michael bay move is like let's make him a piece of shit like because normally i feel like the un mcgregor prime would be like become then the human hero us. I'm gonna help. And instead for him to betray them. I thought was actually pretty cool. The the dirtbag. Steve boo chamisa guard dirtbag character. He's the one who actually helps. But i think it was interesting. That the ways that they set him up to be bad he has a liver disease from fucking too much. He loves reading maxim magazine. But also one of my favorite thing looking at scarlett johansson treating her like salaciously. It is i mean he gets so upset when they have a connection. clone mcgregor and and clone johnson. There's a moment where he's the real. Prime mcgregor is such a bad bad actor. He's like you know it's like that that whole scene was like you know and when i just i went to the store to get bananas. That's that's what i was doing. I was at the store bananas. He does that like twice in one thing and then he does another yes. I would like to talk to somebody here because my insurance.
Certain Personality Types Likely to Make a "Foodie Call"
"This is scientific. Americans sixty seconds science. I'm karen hopkins when it comes to the ritual. Act of dating participants often have very different expectations some hope to meet their soulmate others see companionship. Some are looking good time and think that spring for a meal entitles signals them to one and now a new study finds that some women say that now and again they just want to score lobster tails the findings in the journal social social psychological and personality science. You're probably wondering how he came up with this. Idea bryan collison a social psychologist at zoo's a pacific university in california collison says he's always been intrigued minute scientific sense by romantic relationships so when one of his co-authors trista herald also it is a pacific told him about this interesting new phenomenon that maxim magazine had nicknamed of foodie call curious to explore how often women the men for food rather than relationship now in this study. The researchers focused on heterosexual women in part because based on long standing cultural expectations men often pick up the tab particularly on a first date eight in a pair of online surveys. The researchers asked more than a thousand women. Have you ever agreed to date someone. You're not interested in a relationship with because he might pay for your meal. We found that approximately twenty three to thirty three percent of women surveyed had engage necessity call of those who admitted to having swiped right for the free eats the majority jordy claimed to have done so only occasionally or rarely but about a quarter admitted accepting the restaurant outings with greater frequency the respondents most likely to engage in this type of the dating for dinner behavior. We're those who endorsed traditional gender role beliefs and who scored high on a personality test designed to detect what's called the dark triad the dark triad refers to sub clinical levels of psychopathy which is a lack of remorse and empathy and perspective taking monkey volume which is where you purposely manipulate others.
"maxim magazine" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Tell g LT that retroactively turning a restaurant chain into an all franchise model is a bit unusual and to prepare for it steak and shake has temporarily closed dozens of stores that will theoretically be franchised, including some in Peoria, but when a restaurant temporarily closes restaurant journalists Danny Klein says. They tend not to reopen. And I haven't seen anybody offer up a franchise for ten thousand dollars in the time that I've been here in the whole and everything they're doing right now is pretty uncommon. So I, I guess we don't really know how it's going to turn out sick and she also faces a big challenge in court. Nearly fifteen hundred steak and shake managers across the country have sued the company claiming that were improperly classified as salary employee's and not compensated for the overtime. They worked around two hundred eighty managers from the Saint Louis area or just awarded seven and a half million dollars in the first of two lawsuits. The second pending lawsuit has just under twelve hundred plaintiffs including around four hundred from Illinois, that's according to their attorney, Brendan Donnellan of Kansas City, Missouri Donald says these managers were making only thirty two thousand to forty thousand dollars a year, and we're doing much of the same work as lower level, hourly employees job was to just plug in the holes each and every shift and I think it's pretty easy to figure out that if you're not having to pay the hour. Early people overtime to do all this work or to have extra hourly people there and you're paying one person, just to set dollar amount to work, seventy hours a week. It's, it's, it's a big cost, cutting and savings measure for a company. Intends to defend these cases vigorously, whoever Donald says the company is set for settlement talks with plaintiffs in both cases in early June. So does this all add up to the end for steak and shake Greg Andrews who covers the company from Indianapolis says steak and shake has about one hundred eighty four million dollars in debt that it's supposed to pay off in March of twenty twenty one at the moment? So it really doesn't have the ability to pay that off. If it starts to turn itself around them lenders would probably give it a lot more breathing room. But if it's an tailspin, which is what it really isn't today that debt, put forth steak and shake into bankruptcy and significant retraction, fewer locations. Maybe more likely Dani Klein says it's not uncommon today to see restaurant chains retract pretty dramatically Applebee's is one recent example of this type of scale, and you know, guest affinity and history. And the fact that they were on a really good run there for. Pretty good period of time, I would be surprised to see them go bankrupt, but I would also say that it's definitely not nothing as ever impossible possible in this industry. I mean restaurants or such a such a fluctuating kind of business. The attorney who represents the managers says it's hard to speculate about the company's financial health because steak and shake is just one part of the glory holdings portfolio. Big Laurie also owns maxim magazine, and the western Susan restaurant chain among other investments to look at that. And then decipher exactly, which of that are staking shake assets, and stay can shake liabilities things along those lines. So I it's, it's always concerned all of my cases, but it's hard for me to speculate here, whether or not, it's going to have a big impact on our on our verdict. And on our second lawsuit. Greg snodgrass, the busboy who became a district manager gave the company other chance himself he returned from two thousand ten two thousand thirteen but it wasn't enjoyable anymore. He says the family friendly atmosphere was gone. He left again, on just there's some talk that they may even just pulled up and go away, which I hope doesn't happen Sardar. Big Laurie says it will take three years for the refranchising plan to be completed that was Ryan denim with. That reports and read more about the problems with the restaurant chain steak and shake. There's a link at our website statewide show dot com. Let's say you just bought a house..
"maxim magazine" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Of profits back to steak and shake in franchisees can only own one restaurant that's similar to the Chick-fil-A model geared toward hands on franchise ownership experts. Tell g LT that retroactively turning restaurant chain into an all franchise model bit unusual and to prepare for it steak and shake his temporarily closed dozens of stores that will theoretically be franchised, including some in Peoria. But when a restaurant temporarily closes restaurant journalists Danny Klein says they tend not to reopen haven't seen anybody offer. Other franchise. Is for ten thousand dollars in the time that I've been here in the whole and everything they're doing right now is pretty uncommon. So I guess we don't really know how it's gonna turn out also faces a big challenge in court nearly fifteen hundred steak and shake managers across the country have sued the company claiming that were improperly classified as salary employee's in not compensated for the overtime. They worked around two hundred eighty managers from the Saint Louis area. We're just awarded seven and a half million dollars in the first of two lawsuits. The second pending lawsuit has just under twelve hundred plaintiffs including around four hundred from Illinois, that's according to their attorney, Brendan Donnellan of Kansas City, Missouri Donald says these managers were making only thirty two thousand forty thousand dollars a year, and we're doing much of the same work as lower level, hourly employees was just plug in the whole each and every shift. And I think it's pretty easy to figure out that if you're not having to pay the hourly people overtime to do all this work or to have extra hourly people there. And you're paying one person, just to set dollar amount to work, seventy hours a week. It's, it's, it's a big cost, cutting and savings measure for a company cases without merit and intends to defend these cases vigorously over Donald says the company is set for settlement talks with plaintiffs from both cases in early June. So does this all add up to the end for steak and shake? Gregg Andrews, who covers the company from Indianapolis says stay can shake has about one hundred eighty four million dollars in debt that it's supposed to pay off in March of twenty twenty one. At the moment. So it really doesn't have the ability to pay that off. If it starts to turn it around then lenders would probably give it a lot more breathing room. But if it's in a tailspin, which is what it really is in today that, that put force taking check into bankruptcy significant retraction, fewer locations. Maybe more likely Dani Klein says it's not uncommon today to see restaurant chains retract pretty dramatically Applebee's is one recent example of this type of scale, and you know, guest affinity and history. And the fact that they were on a really good run there for, you know, pretty good period of time, I would be surprised to see them go bankrupt, but I would also say it's definitely not nothing ever impossible possible in this industry restaurants or such a such a fluctuating kind of business. Brennan Donlan the attorney who represents the managers says it's hard to speculate about the company's financial health because steak and shake is just one part of the. The glory holdings portfolio. The glory also owns maxim magazine, and the western Susan restaurant chain among other investments to look at that. And then decipher exactly, which of that are sticking shake assets, and stay shake liabilities things along those lines. So I it's, it's always a concern in all of my cases, but it's hard for me to speculate here, whether or not, it's going to have a big impact on our on our verdict. And on our second lawsuit. Greg snodgrass, the busboy who became a district manager gave the company other chance himself he returned from two thousand ten two thousand thirteen but it wasn't enjoyable anymore. He says the family friendly atmosphere was gone. He left again. Just there's some talk that they may even just filled up and go away. Which I hope that's happened Sardar. Big Laurie says it will take three years for the refranchising plan to be completed that was Ryan denim with that reports and read more about the problems with the restaurant chain stake in shake. There's a link better website statewide show dot com. The following ad contains shocking. Material listener discretion is advised is someone in your family playing a dangerous game of Russian roulette over forty three thousand people Daiei from drug overdose a hundred and twenty people a day, five people every hour, one person every twelve minutes,.
"maxim magazine" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Hash take sad, very often late to the party. But that that happens. Grace curly will join us at about two fifty as well quickly. We're talking about that Florida teacher and things that teachers have done. Nine seven inches had a teacher grabbed my hat threw it out the window at landed on the roof. She then told me to go get it, but don't get caught. And if I did don't tell anyone that was her that through the hat out there. What happens in that case you go out and get the hat, and come back and everything does just sort of go away? You do exactly what the teacher says. So I can believe that then six seven says. My fingers broken by us mother superior at a Catholic school. It hurts so bad. I, I got physical with her ran out of school, and then I was the one that got in trouble. That's, that's what happened at a Catholic school back in the day. Nine seven eight had a vice principal yell at my class for an hour and told us either you're just Massachusetts drivers. Or you can read. I don't know what happened. That was the backstory. But presumably, there was a sign that don't do something, and they did something. And hence the speech came, and he threw in the Massachusetts drivers. I do think that happens on occasion, it is not Massachusetts drivers. I know it. I guess, really we can't even do anything rhymes with. But okay. I get it donkey's with, with Dona centers donuts. Yes. So let's talk about the win though, if lately made puns, which you get a thunderous applause. Goodwin goodwin. Seventy one seventy one I approve so do you approve of what the Boston Bruins did last night? Lightening the only female here you've adopted the Bruins you're surviving team. So you for them. Tells yes, so the Bruins obviously loss last night, which was fantastic hockey game. I think they lost Saint Louis raise their game and Saint Louis was able to match the Bruins level in marshawn decided to sit this one out. And that's why the Bruins lost on the ice off the ice. A lot of people are talking about the towel. Wow. This. Sales something a little trinket little extra five hundred bucks for the ticket here. Have this little owl? They always give away things that playoff games. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. A different sponsor every night. Right. Or somebody's. They don't have any spot on game one. They had the, the bracelets that lit up that they did so on game two. They had these yellow towels that said Bruins play offs, and then at the bottom of it says barstool sports, and it's got their little barstool logo. And then it says pox on that. That has drawn much conversation. First of all, people saying Bruins loss because they parked car. Barstool. Yeah. It's a karmic thing. Okay. Fine. I will get back to you lightning. Then the reason why come to you is, for example, the herald today, Jessica has Llamas a column, but. Barstool barstool, ISM is a male oriented kind of fraternity light site. Right. They've got big pro drinking role sexy women. They do a little bit of everything. Now I mean there is. Barstool chicks. Yeah. Ten fifteen years ago. Okay. Ten years ago isn't that long ago in the internet age? It is. But in our age, anyone it's not that. Started with some stuff. That was pretty controversial. The founder important it doesn't try to tamp that down at all. I mean he likes to feed off of the smoke shows and all that. And that's fine. They also do it for guys. They do the male smoke show of the day maxim magazine. Barstool chicks. It's a whole different. After Stu Lola, I just after that I was like, no, no. Now like just bar- still going to different direction than when they first started. And I am not a fan of the new direction. So it's a woman that runs the company actually it's not, Eric Dini. Yeah. So is the okay but do you think she runs the company now financially? Okay, but run Hugh Hefner's daughter when she ran playboy. We know what happened barsky Bod, and because they had these issues of being accused of being ridiculously sexists. Let's put a woman in charge, but Portnoy runs this identity. He is facing content. Yes. The president, Mark Zuckerberg is technically they're voting on whether yes to step down, which is great. Fifty eight percent. So we know who runs it even though technically, there's a board, right? Horton oil. Is that these Berg of barstool? Yes. The, the question is so Jessica's lem point, is that look the NFL has banned Portnoy from being at the Super Bowl. They actually did. They didn't arrest them. They just escorted him out of the game right this year. And they banned him for media day NFL. Yes. Nikkei in. And they took him out trying to pull some stunts to divert attention away from the activities. They have going on. I think as well what happened was a reporter for the herald who is female covers the Bruins asked the Bruins in a tweet. Hey, any comment on this partnership with barstool and that's where it all got started or didn't really, because they kind of gave her a no comment pretty much sink dancer. We're not going to comment on this. What the word was used. I think that was it right. They should have no comment on it. We will not be commenting on this activation activation activation. Mean here's the question. Bottom line. You all know who, who or what barstool is it may be your thing? It may not I think deal has it pretty right? Think of maxim magazine when we were younger barstool is the is a version of that they do a ton of sports stuff. Yeah. What does he do the pizza thing pizza views, which is fine, the might thing on barstool for what it's worth barstool does some cool stuff, and they do some fun stuff, and they do some innovative stuff? And this is a tough gig running a website and getting noticed in making money in any way, shape or form, is pretty damn tough. They go way over the line on some stuff, and they do some stuff. Totally inappropriate. They we. It's also like Howard Stern used to pull on radio is kind of what they're doing modern day. Don't they only that Instagram account fifth year or something like that a lot of inappropriate stuff? That happens can be things like that podcast now they've really branched out with other things and try to be like, oh, my go- station. Now, Sirius XM had to build a second building for that just for them. They were the one that he SPN at the partnership with for second. Yeah. And then it fell apart because a lot of women at ESPN, I don't know, a lot of women that are fans of barstool would go now. You could relate. Got a job at ESPN. He was on for like one second blink of an eye while he was on for like three weeks. And then he missed McNabb shit. You're out. He was done. But the question for me on this is if you are the Bruins are you doing this? Are you saying, yes, let's put barstool on the towel? Well, I mean they're marketing they, they are, they're, they're national now at this point. How much would they get for this? Which I was hoping the Bruins the Bruins how much the Bruins get from barstool to have barstools name on these towels five grand. Oh. It'd be more than that. Twenty five minimum promotion about between five fifty grand just to do, plus the towels. Barstool isn't paying for his bar sang for all of it. All they're doing is putting the Bruins logo on look at the story to the value. The value is tremendous barstools getting mentioned by us today normally they wouldn't be mentioned by also hockey is getting mentioned by us, which we would have mentioned it, but I don't think we would spend a segment or two on it. I don't I haven't seen anywhere what this cost and I don't know. I don't think it's as high as you guys think actually. Oh Stanley Cup final. I agree. It's a big big thing. If this was down. Let's say it's fifty grand. Okay. Is that worth it for the Bruins? Yes, why. Because I think ninety percent of the Bruins fan base identifies barstool to Boston company built from nothing in Boston, but is nothing related. It's nothing. Bruins when you're making money. I mean just a hockey, more hockey publicity that it's brought from them a lot of publicity, I think it's not a such thing as bad publicity, and I feel like this is a bit of bad tiny bit negative. I mean, people are gin with because they think that they hate all of Boston anyway. So I don't think it brings them in Boston. I'm not talking about world. None zero. I just read you the herald, but I think more people are mad at her than they aren't the Bruins K. But it's not the euro, I get the euro Bruins guy in your barstool guy at the Bruins have brought unnecessary controversy to themselves. When you're on a run like this, you don't want to do that. What is Bella check, always say, don't be that guy is a big became the on the night, that Bella check is waving the flag. The Bruins were that guy why they had tells barstool. Yes, that big of a deal. Barstool said, barstool has a huge fan base or following, obviously, that are Bruins waffles thinking it's going to benefit them because. They're already Bruins fans and this is just adding to it. And now we're forming a partnership or temporarily for the night, or whatever v would force Portland to move his boat from the, you know, docks over by TD Bank north garden. You know. No look again. I don't. I'm fine with Portnoy. I'm fine with barstool. What barstool the the one thing barstools while this to the Brady picture? But they'll tell you that was a mistake. Right, fine. As on that. Blackout parties. I never understood, but would it would? Yeah. It was years ago. Really used to have parties was to get drink tea, a blackout. Thing how the city ever allowed those to go on. I never understood at the time and the idea that that was cool was repulsed the point where you just accept are still for who they are. And then you take it at your own risk. The Bruins don't need to own that animal house. If they gave out animal house video copies with Bruins logos on and you'd be like, yeah, all right. This is awesome. But that wasn't exactly promoting good behavior. There's a good portion of the fans like waffle said that are followers of barstool. So they probably thought that this would benefit them. Mike Mike, you're next year. WR KO, baby. Another another chase of fake outrage. I mean, all these people will claiming to be out, I'm sure they all watch the car dash, Ian, they all watched the gossip shows, they all watch all this shows, but he was a portraying women at sexy sex symbols themselves. It's just total fake in in. It's called Boston sports, because that's the whole I of you when you buddies opponent Apostol in what would you talk about at that bar? It's not a big deal. I mean, all these people out Rachel drinking. And I bet you watch Kathy Lee, and hold drink their wine every morning and every morning. I might. But Mike when I keep when I want what I want you to think about at least is that when you're on a magical run like this, you want to bring in people that otherwise we all become crazy hockey fans in a Stanley Cup run. When we don't watch a lot of games during the course of the outlining how many regular season games the nail on the head. Right. Maybe maybe. Never six not a ton. There's so many fans that come at times like this, that the barstool brand represents the Bruins four hundred. I know but you can't. There are times when as you level of success, you gotta say, let's put a hold on that or let's not now. Please Mike in this.
"maxim magazine" Discussed on Men, This Way
"I think of like the self soothing that sex. I mean, what better award system wasn't a drug user Zo, like what better rewards to Minin orgasm in feeling loved and connected to buy a woman. Yeah. And desired because I felt like there was nothing desirable about me. I mean the woman who I love so much had lied to me and chosen another man, without telling me till she told me. So, you know, man, like you only can put the you know, as Steve Jobs. So famously said, you can connect the dots looking back. I connect those dots now to Mike holy shit. Like how many other men are doing using sex the way, I did. The I, I remember too, as you were sharing that, that through my adult life. I would you know as time we're on. Okay. So I'm having a mapping sex similarly like I didn't think this years ago similar to you. I didn't know use. But I was thinking, I'm having sex. Okay. It'll be about three months, maybe before the next part. Okay. That's not too long. I'll I'll get there. That's a pretty good ratio. It's pretty good rate. You know how to measure up all of that, and it was it was so about validation. Absolutely MS so much about being validated, even I was never the bragging to my friends type at all in definitely ill. You definitely were Dushi that. You know that's why when when I thought about just all the. The ways that I've, you know, participated in the, you know, mutually because its course, to wounded people find each other, you know, in that pain of wanting to so canal all, or whatever it is even just in relationship free, intimacy I just think was like we're like, two people masturbating each other young. You know, I think of all the connection that I've sort of like time, traveled through not really valued. When I woke up to that from that, that woman, saying that to me like. Airily. You're the guy to go up with that was in a moment, where I was wanting to change transform. It was just like one of those universal slaps to the face. You get to choose to wake up now or you get to keep hurting. Yeah. And thankfully, I chose the, the first part you know, as I was preparing for this. And I was looking okay. Let's let's come up with some statistics was my think. Okay, witless look out there. The world of research in statistics in sacks and satisfaction in men and women and all that. And here's the bottom line, it's fucking mess out there. If I mess it. Totally one hundred percent mess. I like that. That's validated to by. You know, we don't even the samples is just like women talk about, you know, I think we touched on this previously in our last podcast. But it was talking about. I just think it's a way that immature painful masculinity becomes expressed in, you know, course, NO IBM idiot to say that having sex with, you know, a number of people in having a lot of experiences wasn't fun course. And that's hard part is like that'd be like I mean, I've never done cocaine. But that'd be like all those times I did. Go gain denying that. I had a really already. Right. So I think there's a balance of like, where's your expiration within your integrity? 'cause course you can have sexual experiences that are within your integrity. Yeah. But when I think this is an inch. Interesting idea, because I don't know that there's necessarily a right answer. But when is it integrity to be expressing yourself sexually in, of course? Integrity is gonna mean different things people would you? Well, I actually, you know, I wish someone would have told me it's okay to not want to be in relationship or not being a relationship when I'm in my twenties and thirties. It's okay to just be single. Enjoy the sexual experience or the adventuring or tasting all the different flavors of life in women. I wish someone would have just said, you know what it's okay. And not from a place of you know, you should do that. Or that's, you know, man, fuck marriage to don't relationship suck not from that place. But from just it's okay, it's okay to not be ready. It's okay to when you say integrity. I mean, that's what I realized I think I was so torn a needing that validation, I stayed in relationship with women, or I would choose women or, you know. I would play at love her, once ecologist say this years ago that men will tend to play at love to get sex women will play at sex to get love and I don't know. It's black and white. I believe that, but I definitely wasn't ready to be two feet into a relationship news. I, although I said I was and I wasn't. Well, I mean, I think if I look in hindsight, a lot of my exploration was trying to figure out how I mean, a lot of my dancing around was, you know, to figure out how to not pay attention to my pain. You know, it was like a constant distraction in what better distraction than nice smelling. Beautiful woman told me. No. In I've been designed to be distracted by that course. Yeah. And so, I think it became like where does my integrity become the number one priority universes? My biology and, you know, I don't want to. It's not like I was. Ending years humping away. That's not true in all my experiences were in some form of integrity in alignment, with I was hurting myself, you know. And I think also at at some point, I just got so good at pretending everything was ok in being charismatic and funny, and all that shit. That I was like, bypassing, my feelings completely. And I know we talked about this before we started the bug as just about this ability if you're really good with language, you can actually pretend to be connected to yourself. You can fake vulnerability. Yup. And as men were not exactly socialized to be connected to our hearts were, you know, I, I think there's so many eases of evidence of that. Yeah. But yeah, I think it's fascinating because I think even open relationships can often be sort of like a rebound or drive when we've been really hurt by something doesn't make sense for us. It doesn't mean that there's a right relationship structure. But I certainly think that there is an interesting drive that we have to move towards those when we've been really hurt. You know, I said earlier that it's a mess out there as as looking at statistics. I am one of the things that really fascinating is that millennials are having less ex- than previous generations by very significant degree in all the sex research Japan is held up as cautionary tale. We don't know why, but the Japanese are having less sex than anyone on the planet, but the Lineas around the world are having less sex. Interestingly, I found that in Mexico, Nigeria, they're having the most exciting sex in the world. I don't really know what that means. The way the Mexican I get it. But, but side as reflecting on this, no one really has good answers as to why that's happening. But one of the things that occurred to me, they blame everything, you know, depending on which expert you talked to they blame surging site levels. Aiding websites pornography mobile of living at home with payers all kinds of things. But hell, you took a woman home to your parents place. So that's clearly not able that might add still talks about this. So bad devil showed up as you redress Ornes. That's what it calls her. But what I tend to think in as I just reflect on my own jam forty four I grew up without a cell phone in my pocket. You know, you'd meet you man is fucking great. I wonder I believe that so much of you'll needing that validation needing the soothing. We all need to be validated. We all need soothing, whether that comes from the outside of the inside we need it. We need to be soothed. This is a crazy world. We live in the threats all over the place and specially with the phone in your pocket. You're connected to fucking FOX in New York's times, and all this shit is your one news. Flash away on your phone. You get a text from the governments in might get new like. That's right. Or you just see a photo on Instagram. That makes reminds you of how much you don't like your own life. So man. Yeah. So I think so many sorry finish. I'm just trying to make the I wanna make the connection here because I think, you know, between avoiding pain using sex using again. I think it's I really like what rob KENDALL said about using sex to get validation, and my only agree with that. Yeah. And, you know, we can get so much validated by posting something on social media in, in just a few people like it, you know, there's validation in that there's against soothing their soothing in. We can find just watching videos, especially man with the proliferation of porn in our of my Lord, and, you know, like I think there's two parts of that, too. One is that as mail, you get status for Zack's. Right. Or the validation dumbs in the status in sort of like evolutionary psychology terms. We can't void that the highest data's mill it's like an all poly-amorous societies. A few men get all the women in, then they become war-zones, because the other men are like you can have all the women so women, even if they say they want something different. There biologically drawn ties at his mails. It's just at work is what peacocking is in the pick of murders world, like it works. If person is being driven by their Volusia second part of that, I think, too, is that at least for me sex, intimacy became a safe space to feel in a space of socially acceptable space to be vulnerable in, because I think I craved feeling myself so much in it's great that it's in the positive stimulus as you were saying, like our phones, an Instagram like all of this is just a way of distracting ourselves from ourselves because I mean, men, when's the last time that use awesome one even waiting in line at the fucking bathroom. People can't. Even take shit without looking at phone. We're Geniza that like now. I'm really starting to analyze my relationship to my phone, which I noticed can give me. Zayed's. So I'm like, okay, we're gonna renegotiate his ending. Zayed's also gets in the way of healthy enjoyable fulfilling sex. Oh man. Right. Even performance anxiety, which is, of course, new partnering Zayed is one of the number one causes of rectal this function. Well, if you look at your phone, we'll go no, go ahead. I wanna come back to. Let's not forget this performance anxiety. I wanna come back to that, or something really big in that, but keep going, I was just going to say, like you look at like in Japan they got that crazy cartoon porn shits, like regular humans on cartoon steroids in in. It's crazy because I think about, like you watch one porn pornography movie with let's say ten chicks or something. I don't even know you will likely your brain will have seen more sexual experiences with women than you've ever seen. If you were a tribe. Yeah. Not that long ago from an evolutionary perspective. Literally, like the micro is blink of an eye, your body nervous em-. Everything your dopamine gets, like hyper stimulated in, then you go to your regular relationship with missionary and cowgirl. Enure like, but, you know, I'm not let beats with a hole in the box getting a hand job, you know. There's no swiping to next. No will let stay here for a moment because I also report a well, I wanna stay important for just a second. That's a weird thing to say. But. But you'll porn fucked up my body. Big time when I got my late thirties. You know, again, I didn't grow up with a cell phone full of the global archive of porn, in my pocket lot got raising scraping for National Geographic with the did he pick exactly. I was a swipe in memo's Victoria secret yet, work for the work. Yeah. Dial up. Do not long to load big. Why are you kidding me? I'd to wait until spring to get the spring catalog of Victoria's Secret man. We didn't get that in Canada at settle for like Sears, which is like heart. All I could worked with that back, then y'all I work. What you can. But that's how easily I was stimulated because I didn't have in titties on, right? And I spent about two years, inbetween relationships number of years before miss Sylvie just spend about an hour a day watching porn, soothing myself to sleep really what it was. No big deal. You know is fine in? I noticed at the end of that after about two years, I noticed uses shovel marshmallow in piggy-bank. That's what started to happen. And also, I was prematurely Jackie leading with women in. It was ter. I've never had that experience fucking terrifying. What the hell is happening here. Can't get interested with a woman in a premature Jackie leading almost even before I get erection. Anyway, yet with porn, though, of course I could man I was solid for an hour. Could just rock out for an hour rock out with my cock out is they say, but literally watching point. I could do that, yet with a woman. I couldn't. Do that at all. It was the opposite. It was terrifying to be in. That's when I to go cold Turkey, I had to quit completely because it was his ruining sexual experiences with women. What's been your experience with that? You know I feel like I did the same thing with porn that. I would use it to sell through that started to pay attention to the trigger that would make me go down the rabbit hole of desire pay attention to now. You know, like what's trigger that causes me to have Roddick desire is usually like something on Instagram Franken homepage. 'cause I don't follow any I do not follow model. Instagram is not good for his like maxim magazine back in the day. Shift just was like so abnormal, but I used to fuck in love that magazine like hometown hotties, you know, all this shit, and why not me not used to get. I don't know how I got them. But Pinterest emails in Pinterest would sivy Dan emails of these hot, women win these outfits, like, why am I getting this? I had unsubscribe and I should because it was triggering or. Yeah. You sent me a picture, brassiere my brain right? Who ate a hold with support. I'm like. Once that, you know, in, I..
"maxim magazine" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Please does this shows hockey coverage amount to did you see what happened in hockey last night? How 'bout that? Is that how we cover hockey around here? If that happened in on hall or basketball all the rules would end up changing their you'd have what happened with Sean Payton, you know, echoing throughout ESPN and throughout the workweek. I mean, it's a game seven you're up three nothing. I guess about halfway through the third period. Roy. Yeah. Ninety nine point nine percent of the time that game is over five minute. Major three goals. Go to overtime now. People would say, hey, foregoes. I'm sorry. Five minute. Major four goals. You still gotta stop you. Give up a goal. You can't give a four goals down guy. You know? This was a blueprint match for the San Jose Sharks. Joe Thornton's been there for a long time. No cups this show. For Gerard Galant was doing a great job leading the biggest Golden Knights. Remember, he got left at the airport one time. And there's after they fired. And do you have the most upset or job you've ever felt by a referee? You know, do you? Remember, can you tell us what that time was. I don't know off the top of my head. Yeah. Well, I do. Yeah. As a matter of fact, so we were my first year in Orlando. So it would have been a two thousand eight playoffs and we had lost our first two games in Detroit. And we we come home. We win gained three. We've got a chance to to win game four, and we get a block charge. Call late in a game Turkoglu goes to the basket, and we had to referee raise the hand with the fist up. So he's going to call the foul on them. And then solidified the hand right behind his head in called the charge. Just sorta changed his mind here in mid motion. Yeah. That one that went upset me a little bit for Joey Crawford. I'm not I'm not going to give a name. Guy. Still an active official brothers. He might. Tell you. Chris find out who the officials were for that game. He's given us enough information will smear all of them instead of just one of them. And here's Ed Meloy being famously bad down by one hundred ninety eight inbound the love the left side, one gentleman up to the shot blocked by Marian ball arms up down the bear. Go horn sounds of the ball game as offer the timber wolves are screaming for a foul. There was none called Rubio off to love. That is unbelievable. Referees are booed as they go off the floor. David Guthrie is right there. He never guts to call. It. Also. Was it him was humorless Molloy's, Dan? I am not saying Steve Javadi that look. Referee saved. It was him. Larry. That's hilarious clip. I'd never heard that. All right. So what are we doing here? What's this list from of the worst movies ever made? Are we doing the top seventeen top ten? What are we doing? I mean, it's up to you. Jim Cada was seventeen. So I have the list for maximum here. If you wanna go seventeen let's do this. Are you ready? These things seventeen worst movies of all time in two thousand and two on this list was put up on maxim magazine. Okay. No. Oh, no kill you. Don't have a movie from the last seventeen years on here, that's a flawed wisdom while you guys you really up to date on your stuff here. That's great work from rancor dot com. But it does not include Inkatha. So we're going to go with the list. Two thousand two from maxim magazine. Sure, sure. Because you've got a lot of audience out there that were like five and six wait a minute..
"maxim magazine" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Cada. So we're going to go with the list for two thousand two from maxim magazine was your sure because you got a lot of audience out there that were like five and Sagir wait a minute we act perfect and at seventeen years ago, but feels like yesterday it was back when people were buying the magazine. I think I was subscribed in good conscious. Do a list from two thousand and to maximize his show ever been about good. Excludes the last seventeen years at you me too. Two. A website. Nineteen eighty five with the you know, what the heck Stanley at websites. Tell me that does not look like it's from two thousand two GO cities. The fill. Let's do this come on the seventeen from two thousand to do. I have number sixteen. I'm ready to go. Dan's ready to guide seventeen is the aforementioned Jim Kada, starring a gymnast. I'm Kurt Thomas who was doing things on the pommel horse that were deadly. And again, this is according to maximize Zine in two thousand and two number sixteen Stu gods. The thin red line. Number fifteen Moulin Rouge, number fourteen. Now. Number thirteen the godfather part three number twelve cutthroat island. Number eleven dirty dancing. Yeah. I totally agree. This is maximum. Remember, they're they're laying in two thousand and to put it on the poll is dirty dancing. One of the eleven worst movies of all time number ten to God, little NICKY. I haven't thought about Nell in thirty years you saying it was great Chris Graham Sandler as the as the devil me. Tim Marino's second worse than the devil is about the devil. It was number nine Stu gods. When Harry got mail and Seattle that was a spoof. Number eight. It's Pat the movie. It's the golden time in comedy number seven, The English Patient. Maksim wouldn't best picture number six the postman. That was nominated certainly, you know, stay alive number four or Magadan. Number three hatch Adams. Taking any number two Magadan. Number three hatch Adams. Taking any number two steel magnolias. A maximum lane end the worst movie of all time is that many, Robin. According to maxim in two thousand and two.
"maxim magazine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Com or bumbler anything then he site like that. So you have one. Single that is last name is basis. Mike Chardonnay and she likes walks dogs and fine art travel. Yeah. And a great sense of humor and kids. The other profile is a twenty five year old Texas State drop out. He was in maxim magazine is a bikini model movies who likes. Who has Brett's? Wow. L who has breath who likes to work out and have sex, right? And who will get the most hitch? It's obvious that twenty five year old friend. Will you challenge dies certian that the thirty two billion billion dollar? But you do not put that if you just put their name is MacKenzie. B's you put MacKenzie up there MacKenzie versus Baffoni Bambi. Yeah. But can't be McKimmie Dumbo Kenzi MacKenzie and Bambi side by side. And you don't put her last name. You don't put her network. You just put the two pictures up. I'm saying, it's obvious. No, no, no. I'm going to take it to another level and say, you do know McKenzie's worth thirty two billion dollars in Bambi will still get more profiles sent to her. No, no, no. She wants some dudes going to say. Yeah. I like that. Yeah. I'll go with Bambi. I'll take her to schlitterbahn, but I'm not going to touch this MacKenzie. Not worried about going to slit her bond, and he's not worried about Chardonnay. What do you think he's wanting to do, sir? Well, one dude would say thirty two million signed me up. No, we'll meet hedge. We'll go man, but kids, let's have sex will Bambi we'll have sex. Yeah. Mackenzie. You'll have he and this is not this is an indictment of man. I'm just playing the experiment outlaid if you can agree or disagree. Even if you think the profile of MacKenzie is thirty she's worth thirty two billion Bambi, Tiffany, Dakota, whatever you wanna call her is going to get more traffic. Unfortunately, it's probably going to be a lot of horrible pictures. He's going to get high. I will this agree. If you put her net worth on their people will flock to thirty two billion not million not Bill. Dudes dudes will flock to Bambi dumb DOJ will flock to ban. Be smart. Doj will say show me the money, and she's not a half bad looking woman, and she's got great interest. Bambi we'll have more traffic than MacKenzie. You're wrong. Not if you flash up that who she is no wrong. I don't care if you put it the bottom net worth thirty two billion like sex sex. Wins. Unfortunately, thirty two big and would win over with a lot of people because most dudes aren't thinking I'm gonna marry McKenzie. I'm going to travel with MacKenzie. Most dudes are thinking take a look at I want to have sex today at lunch after olive garden. That's most dudes. Unfortunately, I just I've given everyone the experiment. You can weigh in. However, you want five I don't know how we're going to. I don't know how we're going to test. It we have a disagreement here. I'd love to be honest. I'd love to be wrong. But I think not sitting right now, let's say, well, why should women are going to say that because women have probably lost out the bait. Now, they've lost out the Bambi. Wow. They're more McKinsey out there, then bam bees. No, well, not MacKenzie whether wealth. Forty something women who are she's attractive. Right interest. Six has a degree. Put all that stuff. Mccain. Looked this MacKenzie lady seems like Jesus catch. Not without going. I I could be wrong. I've decided that it's a fast any experiment. I just think unfortunately with the truth is going to come out. And it's not great aren't maybe..
"maxim magazine" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson. He's the guy he came out really swinging at Jesse small for that hoax that he had made up in Chicago of being beaten up by Trump supporters. He was on ABC. Good Morning, America. You know, we were very closely with their lawyer and their lawyer went an and talk to him, and whatever she said to him apparently got through to them to just tell the truth about what happened. And that's what they decided to do that. He's rather. He's talking about the two brothers. Jesse smaller allegedly paid thirty five hundred dollars. Check. Check alot not the sharpest knife in the drawer there, all jesse's smaller now, but Eddie Johnson had other things to say there was some questions. But you know, there's always questions when people are describing to us, you know, so, but we have to maintain the integrity of the investigation. And that's what we did. We didn't have the fastest. Support him being involved in it until they're forty seven hour. Well, he was really incensed last week when he he gave the press conference announcing it really didn't it feel to certain extent like standing directly behind him was the entire city of Chicago had that kind of a presence that kind of clarity. And what he was saying. And how how clear it's rare that you see in those press conferences easily tell you. Well, you know, we'll have more information as goes along. We'll give you more efficient. He was very clear on everything upfront as to what he was thinking feeling and and they unleashed an avalanche of evidence against small, and I mean, they had right down to the motivation where they said that he was unhappy with his sixty thousand dollars episode salary, right? And he thought by doing this. He could increase his salary, which just seems completely insane to me. But but I just don't know enough about the TV world, Michael. But I know that this like when I worked at with maxim magazine, they have their hot one hundred list that comes out every year. Right. And it's not the hottest girl on the face of the earth. It's how hot they are that year. Meaning do they have a movie coming out a television show coming out at album, whatever? It might be that raises their level of knowledge. Among the American public is that what Jesse small was hoping was going to happen from this even an attack like this with a noose around his neck somehow that was going to raise enough knowledge in commonplace. That people be like he deserves a raise let me tell you about this though. I mean, I've never heard of the guy before until. A little more recognition. I hadn't watched empire. But now, I'm curious. So we've got one more a little more from Eddie Johnson is not the Chicago police saying.
"maxim magazine" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Right. So and he's appeared in like top shot. He's appeared in Fox News. Also serves as a consultant to a lot of film companies duties bad. Yeah. He's like cool. Like, I had a crush on a man crush on the guy. He's he's a he's a motocross racer and a local Vegas champion at at motocross break, and he was also selected by maxim magazine as maxim warrior, but what he really talks about now and he's living in Tucson. I'm going to get him on the show perfect for this area. He said, dude, I'll be on the show whenever you want. Go flat out, you just tell me, and I'll be there. So right now, he found a company called veterans for child rescue. And it's a nonprofit organization to help raise awareness of domestic minor sex trafficking and create a non permissive environment for child exploitation in the US that he's a problem. Do it's a huge problem. People don't understand how bad it is. And through his efforts. He he began a production. He did a documentary all kinds of stuff that in the end the guy that was running documentary like snuck it everyone out of money. It still talk all the footage and everything. Yes. Yeah. So she's gonna talk. I'm going to bring him on the show cer- soon very soon because he's just he's really cool, bro. So I sat there we talked to him we rode. We talked about a lot of things that are personal things. Yeah. That that. I don't wanna touch on right now. I want him to be able to touch on him and him to be able to talk about it. But it's it's some serious deep stuff that we talked about. Did he info on this on the sex trafficking has a numbers decreased has the numbers continued to know he went into? So we talked about some of the cases that he's dealt with and some of the issues there's some horrific things that go on here in Tucson like horrific, Andy, I just can't describe it. I'm very excited to have him on the show soon. But I did talk to him. And that's he's the one that gave me a lot of advice on things, you know. Hey, do like deliveries. These people that talk get to man, don't let them ruin it and your life and don't let them ruin this. And and people that, you know, decide to call, you know, internal affairs on just he's just great to talk to I told her I'm going to save your number one in like every time I'm feeling down. I'm just gonna call me back. He's really cool that is awesome church. So he's like a church guy. He grabbed the church and invited me to his church. So I think I'll probably go I'm gonna go to church. You know, check it out. I have my own church, but go to his just check it out. Yeah. Just a cool, dude. And then Ana was just fantastic. She is just awesome. So we went back and forth, and we talked and then we went back to the to the to my office, and we're talking and just we talked obviously about the issues with with the border, insecurity. But then we got into just like personal stuff just about life. You know? And and we had a good time. We're we're hanging out talking for a while at my and my office. Yeah. And. And then I asked her I said, how old are you, man? You know, what I mean because I was saying she didn't get and I don't know if I should say her age now never say a woman's age. Dude, you should know that man of saving you some time to see if it's posted anywhere. But she's really cool. Yeah. I should see her age is here. So I can say it. Yeah. And I freaked out of may not because I don't think she looks older right now. I just don't. But because I think I'm getting old, bro. Like when I see people that are born in the nineties it. I'm like dude, you just like I was born in the seventies. Right. Yeah. It's weird. When people tell me, yes. Born in eighty two two she's twenty eight years old. And she knows what is she is. She is she's a year older than my son that crazy. This flip. I flip. I was like man, you're young. And so we sat down we talked about family. You know, she talked about her husband, you know, just growing up. And so we we we've been it's weird because we grew up in different areas. But we were exposed to the same things like as kids, and we talked about how amongst of Hispanic community at least where we grew up. Right. I don't want to judge everyone. But everyone's got the same superstitions and all that stuff because we were talking about the drug smugglers and how they have certain patrons patron saints of drug smuggling. And how they light candles for these dudes? And then you have like like the death the grim reaper. They call the Santa wealthy that these people do all these offerings four dollars. And it was just like if you start thinking about. And I never really studied it. That's what she's she's cool, dude. Like, she's really smart. And we sat down we started. She started talking about how she has analyzed all that. And there's some creepy creepy things that we've done I think that that's just insane. Yeah. You know? And then I got a couple of messages. So I've been receiving messages from from different people. It will real quick. Tillis charismatic in real life in person as she is. Because you know, we get a camera on us. It'll become animated and stuff. She just seems to be like the real deal. She's awesome. She's really are. We went to eat at a shaven say. Yeah. We went to eight widow Cornell. That one of the cameraman wanted to try the the hot dog. So we said let's go through and check it out this cool, dude. But I I got contacted by another guy that's a former military, and he was just really cool when he says he listens to the green line all the time. And he was funny because so we put something up on our Instagram. Great. And remember what it said something about it was something we put up there, and he made the comment, and I'm just gonna call him Andrew. All right. That's that's his first name. I'm gonna throw as lesson. But huge shout to Andrew. He's he he does some overseas stuff. Nice like he's a private contract. Yeah. You know what I mean? So so shout out to him. And he listens to the show, and he found my personal Instagram. Great like, he didn't he didn't find my official when he found my personal one. And and so he came back and forth. And he's like, hey, man. It's an honor. You know, finding who you are. And this and that so he sent me I certain people I allow into my life, right? Right. And because now it's weird because I've received death threats and everything else. I'm just not going to let everyone like if you just request me. I'll say, yes, there's a difference. Right. So this dude like sends me, and he talks about the show and everything and and laughing because one of the things he said on the comments on the Greenland says rub some big sonic. Oh, that's hilarious. So what he wrote that? I was like this, dude. Definitely listen. So it was funny. And and we went back and forth. And he was really cool. I'm going to send him my. I'm going to send him a t shirt that's cool because he's just a cool, dude. And I hope he gets it before he gets shipped out. Yeah. But it's just it's it's amazing. The people that were were meeting in the people running into that. There's just genuine people and they've uplifted me so much. It's it's been hard, dude. I've been going through like different things like personal things. That'd be honest. Maybe one day, I'll just opened up an and talked about them on the radio and explain to you a lot of stuff I'm gonna you're Alto. You after the show. Yeah. But it's just a lot of things that that just. Bombarded life. You know, crazy mom, it's been crazy. When you need time for yourself. You have been able to really do never at off to do that. And but I've met so many people this month. This dude through Instagram, Andrew, he doesn't he may be doesn't know it. But when when he communicated with me a couple of nights ago, it was hit at night that I needed it. You know, yesterday hanging out with on in psalm and Sawyer it was a needed it like there's just so much things that even lease or sends these messages sometimes and I'm like. F they needed it? You know what I mean? I can say, yes. Fantastic. Fantastic. Just I need. You know what I mean? This is really cool. I went down to the two different monsters, and then a hit the checkpoint of Nogales, and there was agents there that sent me messages and said, hey, dude, thanks for showing up like thanks for I needed. I needed that at that time. Was a time. When you're getting knocked down you need to feel like what you're doing matters. Does it? That's that's a big deal. So there's just a lot of things that are going on. And then obviously agents not getting paid, and you know, the Commissioner and the chief and the deputy not caring about human beings, but themselves, you know, that just angers me angers me. That's why I'm glad that we have the green line because I don't want it to be like an art venting session. But I'm happy we have this because we can talk about it, folks. You're listening to the Greenland, I'm gonna take a break. I'll be back boy shipper than I did this first episode. But no, I appreciate everyone to talk to. I really appreciate you. Guys listening in Houston to the Greenland. Stay with us on.
"maxim magazine" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And drew you wanna take part in the show. Give us a call six five one nine eight nine five eight five five or keep using that hashtag TNT on Twitter. Also use that to pick who you go on the news quiz. We'll be Maxwell be saying we'll be bringing in the winner today. Right. If everybody who makes the correct prediction do random drawing getting a fifty dollars gift card to the ocean air. Nice. Yeah. That's fancy as a fancy restaurant. I could take some ocean air right now. Good. I've never been there. It's a little warmer and little warmer. How good is brand at the news quiz. Well, she's only done once. Well, I don't know if max asked about the news quiz think it was just. General. Answer to that. Thank you. Tablets that. She's wonderful. Does general goodness. Translate to news quiz outside. And here, I am a person. Try this again. She she participated in her first news quiz, what two weeks ago, I think a couple of weeks ago, and you know, I think it was a bit of a learning curve learning experience, you know, you gotta know you gotta get a know into buzz in. So it was a was uninspiring performance. But I think. Full rough. I think it was an inspiring performance. Just wasn't successful successful inspiring. Greasy learned from it though. It was a learning experience. Six five one nine nine five eight five five Kelly and Saint Paul good morning. Good morning, guys and gals that article did you read about the those no sculpturing down in Geneva, dusty foods or food is that any related to the feeling that used to be the council member in Saint Paul. I have no idea how we would know. Seventh was like his district and there's an art gallery there. And if you remember David soon, he was the one that panic. Doubts because yarn out I think. If you remember David thune what? Was the council member in Saint Paul that banned smoking in Saint Paul? It was also the one that didn't want. Drunken Republicans in the Republican convention. Running around in Saint Paul, and that sounds like the kinda guy that would make a big Trump poop is going. These are his kids. Must be his kid or something. It's dusty and Kelly thune. I we'll we'll get the yarn board out will we? Sorry. Facebook stalking figured either that or we just totally like slandered David thune. No relief. Happened. So Davidson, we apologize. Elizabeth? I think he's right. I think the caller is right. Elizabeth Elizabeth Tipco a year Twenty-three-year-old model who's appeared in maxim magazine has kept a secret from her industry colleagues out of fear. It would derail her career. She was a Donald Trump supporter and worked fulltime for two thousand sixteen presidential campaign. I stare. She writes, I decided to volunteer for Trump's presidential campaign in the spring of two thousand sixteen I never leaned liberal or conservative. But there was something about Trump the way he spoke in his honesty that had me convinced. He was our next president. I worked in the call center and Trump Tower within eight weeks, I was hired as a national volunteer services coordinator for the data team into paid four grand a month. It was clear from the start that if I wanted to survive in modeling though, I couldn't tell anyone about my job one after working ten hour day at the Trump campaign. I went to meet with my manager not affiliated with the modeling agency. He and a colleague were enraged screaming about how much they hate Trump. My manager kept saying how evil the people who work for him must be and that he would never work with anyone who supported him awkward. I don't ever remember Eddie conversation going the other way. I don't ever remember. Anybody talking about I worked with people during the campaign. I mean, we all did, you know who supported Hillary Clinton? I don't remember air to go. I can't anybody who supports. I'm sure they're out there. But I just don't remember it need of those stories. No. You don't hear about people going crazy and seeing any I can't work with eighty one that supports Hillary Clinton? Right. I was terrified. They would find out that I was one of these so-called evil people. So I lied I told people I was coaching ice skating. I was a competitive figure skater for seven years whenever I was when whatever I was really working hard at the Trump Tower when I ran into a modeling friend on my way, there one day, I immediately hit my badge and said, I was running errands, but every modeling job or meeting, the talk inevitably turned to Trump, and it was always high stress one shoot of dog refer came in wearing a black t-shirt with a gigantic red slash over Trump's face. I was so unnerved they can barely concentrate on the job at hand. And this this flies in the face of the the victim mentality that many people on the left to love to have right now. Right. They feel like they're, you know, just because they're on the left and Trump's president that they're an oppressed class and there'd be victimized everywhere. And there's all these rapid Trump supporters out there just looking to cause mayhem and harm where you know, we've already discussed you can't go to a restaurant. You can't go to certain restaurants, if you're Trump supporter, right? If you were if you wear garb indicating you're a Trump supporter, we've seen people drubbed out of restaurants because they've been conservative or Trump supportive. We've seen that happened a number of times. Right. You know, you've got people who are afraid of losing their careers losing their livelihoods if their political leanings wherever to to come to light. I mean, how how do you? How do you? How do you connect? You know, this this victim mentality that the left has with what's actually going on around the country. And it's like when you go and get a haircut, and you don't even want to mention your job. No, no, no, no. Because you're gonna end up sitting there in a chair with a lady that has scissors around your face. You think my hair looks like it does right now. Looks good. She said. After the race. Drew's hair looks good too. Because now you're just lying after the race because it was public record. She went on to say that she worked for President Trump every time you started to type in Elizabeth pip co into the Google search bar. Trump's name would pop up alongside mind. She said a Booker at my current agency asked me about it confused and concerned I told him I had no idea. My brother created a program that would continuously search my name with other keywords to get Trump bumped out because she was so worried it's now been two years since the election. I don't wanna keep silent any longer even if that means saying goodbye to my modeling career forever. And that's what she did. She I mean, she she basically came out. She came out. Trump as a Trump supporter. Elizabeth story is not one that is is uncommon. I know even especially in in Minnesota being in the marketing agency, I know very prominent people who have built very prominent careers here in the twin cities who are conservative or libertarian who did vote for Donald Trump, or if they didn't vote for Donald Trump certainly weren't going to vote for Hillary Clinton. And they will never never admit it. They will they will never talk about it publicly. These are people who work in downtown, Minneapolis. And they're all liberal. I never one bit. I can't blame them one bit. Why would you want to subject yourself to the to the to the raft of nonsense? That's gonna come flowing your way. Right. It's exactly that too. Because it is a calculated approach like, hey, if I come out, and and even talk against liberal talking points, not even saying I support a candidate. But if you come out and people can can judge you as being of a certain political ideology. You will get black balled in many many industries even here in the twin cities. It's real six one nine eight nine five eight five five pound two fifty on your mobile device. We got calls lined up more on this coming up. Justice and drew jam-packed star studded gala Justice and grow this morning. Right. Twin.
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"And seven hours away from kickoff for Super Bowl fifty three. And the circus has arrived in town for the third time in Atlanta, and we are here to help you get to the game. Get to the. Events. Do it cheaply or if you don't want anything to do with it? As the voice over guy said stay far far away. I'm Jay black with Doug Turnbull, Milania Kaur, also taking your questions as well as four four eight seven zero seven fifty Rhonda from Atlanta's next up. Rhonda you're in the game. Go ahead. Yes. Thank you for taking my call. I'm trying to semi truck. And I have to go to eighty five south down through passed the airport back on the seventy five south and know that the game is going to be a major, you know, it's going to cost major concerns for traffic and stuff congestion. Everybody's coming in from every direction. What time does the game start? What people have to be there for security checks. And are there any alternates that you can recommend for trucks other than to eighty five around the perimeter around the airport? I mean, I would still stick with two eighty five. I don't know the two eighty five is going to be impacted enough to to change your ride. But as far as the the timing. Jay, that's that's more your department thirties. Kickoff fans can arrive at security of the day before. No now the gates for the stadium. Open around four o'clock. I believe for two hours ahead of kickoff. So security, by the way, is going to be extensive now if you've been down to the bubble yet, it kind of looks like Atlanta's preparing for battle. Posed for channel to tweet out a picture of a helicopter. That's flying low over the vicinity to do a nuclear radiation is part of the department of energy a part of the security. I'm going like Ivan saw they brought in so many police officers the game warden was out at international in Marietta street, anybody who's got a badge they what they said. Of course, there are the horses. More horses are out there on the what's. Numbers four horsemen of the apocalypse. Gosh. But the the thing about the Super Bowl is not only does the game itself. Kind of encompasses in compensate all of our attention and time, but anybody that's got a table or chair will be hosting a Super Bowl party or a Super Bowl week event within a fifty mile radius of metro Atlanta. And that's why we brought in David dancer contributor to London. Skeletons Atlanta, living and bites incites dot com. He's been kind of monitoring where the stars will be and also David what are some of the stuff that the folks that don't have eight thousand dollars walking around money can do. I mean, if you've never been through. I don't know how many listeners were here two thousand and unfortunately that was kind of a muted experience because we had a little ice storm happened to come through a few days prior. But a Super Bowl hosting a Super Bowl is this cultural phenomenon now it used to be about all about the game. But it's really a long week really of of of a Balkan all celebration. So we have. Of so many things from using two parties to there's food events and things like that. So I would definitely strap in and try to get to some and there's like you mentioned free things. There's low entry things and then there's shoot for the moon kind of thing. The most obvious one Jay is the Super Bowl live concert series. That is actually happening today at started yesterday. And that's downtown at Centennial Park. Absolutely free concerts are gonna range from hip hop to rock to EDM today's actually country day. So I think that's a great entry point also happening at the world congress center that started yesterday is the NFL Super Bowl experience, and that is going to go on pretty much every day until next Saturday. And this is like a living breathing Super Bowl experience. You can kick field goals through uprights attempt passes, Cody parkey from the bears going to be there. I messed up. If you're going to go Cody parkey nationals. I Rosie career will be there. And so there you can take a selfie with the Vince Lombardi trophy, the Lombardi trophy the fifty two prior Super Bowl rings will be on display. So this is forty bucks for adults ten bucks for kids. But little note if you go tomorrow, Tuesday or Wednesday, it's half off so twenty bucks for dolts kids can get into for free. If you go through TicketMaster brace yourself for those little Nagy. He's but it's still a pretty good deal to do that. The party list. You have on your website soirees. Yes. This is interesting. Because I didn't know there are these organized Suarez. I was aware that they existed. I didn't know that people could get in the door. If they shows to there is a price point. Well, there's, you know anything's possible, you if you have Doug Turnbull type. Yeah. So the soiree so I've been to a few of these and other cities they are kind of larger than life. You are literally rubbing elbows with celebrities and models and glitter ATI, the sort of the king party has sort of become the maximum Super Bowl party. Maxim magazine was very prominent male men's magazine, kind of in the two thousands that party. This year will be at the Fairmont event space. It's over on the west side, diplo and Jamie Foxx are performing tickets start at seven hundred twenty five dollars. You can go up to twelve fifty to get a table and some bottle service and gosh, if you want to be on stage with Jamie Foxx and have your own table and just sit there forty five grand. No big deal. Just stroke that check is Jamie Foxx do comedy. You're singing. No, he's singing. Okay. Yeah. No, he's he's he's if you pay fifty five thousand dollars, he will tell you a joke. By name. He will call you out by the maximum party rolling. Stone magazine is has notorious parties there's is going to be at the goat farm, which is also over there. That's gonna be kinda crazy on the west side on that Saturday night Sports Illustrated. We'll have a party at the college football hall of fame. Those tickets start at five hundred bucks, the IP tickets are a thousand, but you can hang out with swimsuit model. So I mean, are they going to be male swimsuit models as well? Guys. I've offered and they reply I don't know why not. I don't have the David, Dan. Right, right..
"maxim magazine" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Pass pass. Now, you're thinking of Jason coming. Nothing. Good habits Rottweiler pass next snuggled in a black velvet hammock in pitch black room. No, there's bugs hammocks sequels bugs. Saying don't think don't think don't think over and over for ten seconds. Work can't work. It might it might. But here's the fly. You wanna know the fine. The ointment is what the second. I'm almost sleep talk real. Well, we and bring up a problem that's been festering for a long time. Hey what? No, no, no. Here's the best white or call. This is the best wife technique laying in bed and you're almost asleep. Hey, did you fix that problem with your biggest client? I know. Hey, read an article that everyone in radios jobs in jeopardy. What if that's gonna affect, you know, I don't know. All right. Thanks for bringing it up though. Thank you, maxim magazine. Oh my gosh. Right. It's been a busy week. We are full show tonight full show tomorrow. We talked about Rick Pitino possibly going the UCLA job. But dick vitelle reported that the boosters wanted him and the administration said no way, look if UCLA won't touch. You really are Kelly is in the news a looking at prosecution after they'd are Kelly lifetime documentary that they did on him. He apparently, again, he I don't think has ever run from the fact that he likes young girls. Oh, and that he does really weird things with them. It's called water sports. Right. We talked about Coty cutting grass the attendance Jefferson County public school is on any given day is ninety six percent. I think that's pretty good. They want to drive it up. And I asked people if you're homeschool schooled. And you hate the fact that you were home schooled, I want to hear from you five seven one eight four eight four or if you had a great experience will hear you too. But I always like to hear the negative. I five seven one eight four eight four is the phone number. Okay. I do want to say job well done to our dear friend and program director of ninety five seven w Q M F, Louisville's rock station. Tony till put together a two hour special today for our beloved family member Harley, and it was spectacular. If you didn't get to hear it or you had to go back into work or whatever. I believe is going to be up on W M, F dot com soon. And we're going to let you know all about that. But first let me tell you about up in smoke, baby. Are you on that CBD oil trade shoot chew? I am loving. It you need to go the Google machine and Google benefits of CBD oil, the guys and gals up smoke been trying to get me to use it for months now wouldn't do it. I said odd snake oil. It's not trust me. Go buy up and smoke..
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"Yes. Listeners over the world. Actually, I'm going to come and see a cardinal. I make a deterrent a making strides. We'll be coming to see it. All right. The website just. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Superhuman radio dot net. We have great article, great blogs rated formation. Check it out. The best Carl see at the gym. Take care Karl man, great guy wealth of knowledge to he is one of those truly giving people like he he is a believer. And he is he's a guy that wants to live originally was like live to be one hundred more, right? I mean, that's his that's his mantra. But he is such a great person in if you get to know him if you ever get to know Carl annoys the best really is. Hey, listen, if you like hanging out with me, and Tony we love hanging out with you. Please support those that support us more importantly, please support those the actually give back to the community like bear knows pizza. It's Louisville style pizza in business for over forty years. Did you see what happened Tuesday? They gave back yet. Again, twenty percent of every single thing. They took in at every location, including southern Indiana. Bravo, guys and gals at barrels always doing good for the neighborhood. It's the only. Pizza. That's allowed in the Whitton household if you try to bring any other pizza in my wife's gonna chase you out with the ball headed into Abreu why? Because his that good bear knows pizza. Yeah. It's that good short break. So on maxim magazine, I have the technique. Did they say works for soldiers in combat on how to fall asleep in two minutes? They are just four steps. Okay. And I'll go over those four steps next right here on NewsRadio eight forty W. Yes. She.
"maxim magazine" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"H S Dwight bunch about the Kentucky office of highway safety. You know? I'm on. I'm doing my research in the break. Right. Yeah. And maxim magazine has an article that says fall asleep in just two minutes with this secret military technique and the picture they use is not like a military. No picture is a hot girl. Yes. In a really hot of bra. She's supposedly pretending to sleep in full makeup. Look squeezy her together as he's sleeping, and it's such a maximum picture. It's like you and I were animals. Okay. We're just simple tunes. And I'm like I have to click on this first of all, it's boobs. Second of all it's about falling asleep in two men right road kid. I have to read this. I know one of the first paragraph says a survey of over four thousand Americans conducted by consumer reports discover that twenty seven percent of people have trouble falling asleep. Most nights and sixty eight percent, which comes out to about one hundred sixty four million people in the US have trouble sleeping at least once a week. That's been your life. That's been my life until I found a secret ingredient. Here's what I gotta try to Carl told me to start wearing blue blockers. I've got to watch TV shutdown. Yes. Gotta order these. He says if you start wearing the blue blockers at I believe around six thirty or so, okay. I just wear them. When when you watch TV you wear these blue blockers. Yes. Well, here's the deal. We're going go to Carl here in a second here. Migraines. They you can set your, ipads, and your phones to whatever your night schedule is and if you're actually reading the internet on your on your ipad, or your laptop you'll see the screen go dark. It's getting rid of the blue automatically for you. Like mindset at nine fifteen nine fifteen. It goes starts to that. Takes the blew out the blue blockers are literally five dollars at Walgreens in Carl. I think he said, well, let's get him on land. When I was talking to him. He said you've got Karl windy start wearing the blue blockers like two hours before you wanna beat asleep by nine you put him on at seven. If you want to be asleep at ten you put them on at eight. It works. It works. It works and they're literally five dollars at at Rite Aid. Or what happens is blue light hits the retina and tell your dreams and the rest of the body that it's still daytime. And so when you sit there and watch TV, you work on your computer or even your iphone your body thinks it's still daytime. And then you turn everything off you lay down in your bed, and you go man, why is my mind racing a hard time fallen asleep. Well, that's why does my wife going to think I'm extra hot because I'm laying in bed with nothing but blue blockers on. I didn't know what you gotta get hurt a pair of glasses where they're blocked out. She can't see any. I mean, a blindfold. A blindfold always helps having sex Dwight. I knew it will move onto migraines. And the second I knew a a an ER doctor worked overnights, and he wore the welding goggles, would I would leave for work. He would put the welding goggles on in the morning and drive home. Get in the house, and he would take them off when he got into his bedroom. Right because he did not want the sunlight the sunlight would trigger his eyes and his brain to say, you're it's daytime up, right? Exactly. Guy. All right, Carl. I know a lot of people that suffer from migraines of some consistently and some like my wife's migraines come with light. Like, if if a a beam of sunlight hits her I in a in a certain way. And here's the weird thing Carl she knows it's coming like, she'll go. Oh my gosh. I'm going to get a migraine. I'm going to get rain. And it's it is the weirdest and she starts to panic. And then she goes to Dr she has to go to a dark room it happened to her on the road. And she said she was so embarrassed because she was meeting new clients that didn't know her. She got a glimmer. She calls them a glimmer in her I and she had to tell these do you have a dark place I can lay down it's actually called in or therefore four years to a migraine. The first one is the sensation. So some people see stores, and and which could be a glimmer like, you know, oh, man. Something's blinding me. Right. Powerful and some people get a sensation on your skin the back of their neck. They'll get like a tingling feeling, and they know they go. Oh my God. I'm going to have a migraine. And then the next three phases. Deport phases. Pain. Once you're at that phase, you're pretty much going to have to wait it out now. So let's talk about migraines. Three million new cases diagnosed every single year. This is a big deal and most people have them lifelong women tend to get them when they're getting their periods. And that's because back in the early seventies. Stay called migraines, hypoglycemia headache. That means blood sugar dropping talk about that anymore. Right. Okay. Go when women's thought to have your period progesterone, and estrogen have a tug of war, and they have trouble managing their blood sugar. And that's really where PMS comes from those mood. Swings. Modena's? That's because women having a hard time managing their blood sugar. So anyway. What happens is they put you on antipsychotic drug. They put you on some really horrible drugs into is drugs. Really don't help you have fewer episodes. They just make the episode last last a little less longer. And so there's a lot of good research coming out of Sweden a girl over the app. Scientists named Elena gross just on my show. And in fact, there's an entire podcast, it's superhuman radio dot net. Go I heart media. I looked for the super radio show. We just this past week. What she's done is? She has people changing their diet going to low carb keto. Okay. Yeah. Eliminating alcohol alcohol is a trigger. Okay. Okay. Cell phones are a trigger. Well, how so because cell phones change glucose metabolism in the brain. Oh, there's so much could research about cell phones. And we don't hear about here in the United States because no one really wants to talk about it because nobody wants to. Oh, what am I going to get rid of my cell phone now? No, no, no. No, okay. So. Cell phones have triggering mechanism. But here's the interesting thing. So, you know, the key cone salts that are real popular right now. Yes, yes. She worked with Dr Dominic Sinoe when the university of southern Florida, and what they discovered was if a person gets that stage one the halo, and they take a key tone salt product. The migraine goes away. No way. Carl I ki- tone. Okay. Carl is there is there any correlation between mattress firmness and migraines. And here's why I'm asking every night when I get in bed moment with my wife. She has a migraine. Yeah. No. I think when you put the blue blockers on that.
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"With a cough and the guy next to him had a arm. I like that woke up the next day, then traded then he went on and on and on and he ended up buying buying years from this young kids. But yeah, it was an old twilight zone on what you guys talking about. Okay. Maybe but this movie is exactly. Exactly, right. That movie does exist. I saw it. Maybe it's based on that twilight zone. A good show the old twilight or the one with William Shatner. And then at that monster was on the plane. We yeah, Bess. Oh, hell, yeah. There's a couple of good ones. Classic. Hey, Lee and bright. What do you have any rock, buddy? I think your premise here is already taking place. It's it's already happened. And and it would explain a lot. And to me, all you gotta do is look at Keith Richards. Since Robin days from everybody. Right. He's got. He's got a bunch from somewhere wasn't coming to him. That's true. It's so funny because I remember Matty, maxim magazine, right? Sure. And I remember, I don't even know if surrounding more, but like in the late nineties, D magazine, right? And remember, they did I I've never forget this article. They did like a guest won the celebrity will die kind of thing. And this was fifteen twenty years ago. And Keith Richards was like nine hundred ninety s he's already outlived five years of what he should have died a long time ago, and it's been like twenty years has been top five death for years. That's a popout kids and stuff. Mick. But what he I just saw that he has said he's slowing down on his drinking. Come on, man. Don't don't dance with the lady. Gotcha there those getting soft now you're already pickled or you think it's going to get better. Go.
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"Been into all of them except for last year. I didn't go to Minnesota because I had the flu. Tell me about because I've never been Super Bowl before the Auburn Alabama game. Whole weekend just like to the whole week week. So the Pro Bowl believe is beckoned, y you know, because there was one year where they be toiling. Yeah. Okay. I don't know if it's back in Hawaii. So they had an era zone. Just cancelled the damn. Dumbest thing I've ever said. They had an Arizona the year that the Super Bowl was in zone. Yes. So typically, I go up the weekend before and I'm there for a full week and only the Tuesday after. Yeah. And I don't even have words to law going on insane. Obviously from aside from the game itself. Even there's just tons going on ESPN the magazine events worse illustrated event Rolling Stone event. It's just a it's a networker dream. That's okay. So these are the events to go. They got my publicist on it. Yes. Okay. Maxim magazine accent, gone out. That's a really good one. That one in Miami was so much fun only. That was good. That was a good time. I was a good year because everything was on south beach yet until you just went from event, it was so much fun. And then I ended up going to like this private party on star island that like John Elway was that. And it was just like. It was so much fun. It's it's the one week in sports and entertainment to where everyone is in one place. Yeah. So anyone you've ever itemized growing up? Whether it's a an F L player or different celebrity. They're all there. Yeah. It's weird. Because they're all mingling together. You're just watching all these people that you grew up watching on television. You're like this is getting like show jokes. I know he's going to Atlanta the week after I'm like, why can't we be there the same time? The first time I went to Atlanta was with him. And it was the Florida state. Was it the last year? Yeah. But we went out there like tailgate and all of that. And that was my first time in Atlanta, and it's so much fun been back a couple of times cents. And then I saw Super Bowl was there. And I was like I kept asking my doctor and Mike how long I'm I going to be doing injections for in there. Like, I'm like, do you think by February third I'll be done because I really want to go to Super Bowl. So I will be Atlanta and I'm really excited. Before I have you. Are you like real familiar with it or well Auburn is about an hour? That's right. That's right. I lived I lived in Atlanta for two and a half years before I moved to LA. So a lot of my friends still about I mean, I'm just like huge fan of Atlanta. Do you think it's going to be like a big enough stage for the Super Bowl really Olympics? Oh, that's right. I always forget about the Mercedes Benz stadium. Yeah. I've just been to the outside of it. And it was really nice. I can't imagine the I'm really confused by one thing with that stadium. They have a Chick-fil-A, but it's not open on Sundays. Right. Oh, that's true. Why would you a Chick-fil-A in his eighty where the majority of the games are played on this on Sunday? It's like a religious thing. Like, they're not open on Sunday. I know that. No. I know they make an exception to make an exception. That'd be my thing. That's so interesting that you think that wow. This is like bloom. All right. Find that out. I'm sure. Yeah. A catch twenty two right? They're like, Dan. You can't have it. Simple things is blowing. Oh my God. That's funny shot themselves in the foot without it's like, we we no longer want this space. It's like well you sign the contract. Terra so ever since like your little digital that you always wanted to work in sports. I so I knew I love sports. And I knew I wanted to be broadcast. Yeah. And when I was little there's photos of me practicing broadcasting, Tom, I stuffed animals. Oh my God. My mom, my brother, we're part of the audience too. Yeah. So, but it wasn't until college where I put the two together. I grew up around sports. And I knew I wanted to be a broadcaster..