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Paula Poundstone Shares the American SOS Project
"You know, I really do have something important to say. All right. Okay. And it's this. Amy McGrath has an organization called American SOS project that is a monitoring putting money into putting our money into when we donate to it. To let's see, two, make sure that we elect non Trump authorized. Non maga candidates. Thank you. In the Secretary of State position. In the various states because those are the ones that oversee the elections and that's the plan now is to install Trump approved election deniers in those positions that will overturn our votes. And so the organization is called American SOS project and people can go online, which is I'll tell you, Stephanie is a computer term. Thank you Paul. Thank you. That is very important information. I can't believe you were serious for this long, because that was very important. Thank
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"They haven't had to play four quarters. Their defense hasn't been on the field for long drives. Alabama did that to them. Right. I will be able to force them to play four quarters, Alabama picked up the tempo, and I think, especially the D lineman, guys like Jordan Davis said, I can't keep up with this. The tempo really hurt them and Kirby said, it was really hot in that dome. And so he was concerned going into this game in another dome that it would be another factor. So they've been conditioning since the SEC championship game they've completely changed the way that they practice. They conditioned before and after all the D linemen are running gassers. Jordan Davis was working out in the fitness center of the team's hotel alongside normal people. He was like running on the treadmill alongside normal people getting ready for this game. And I asked David Pollock, I said, is this possible? Can you really get fit and get conditioned in one month's time? And he said is a football player? Absolutely. You can't. So I expect if that's true to see a little bit more of a physical Georgia team that can hang with Alabama. Okay, I don't want to act like I'm sitting there behind a Supreme Court Justice. And say, okay, hold on a second. Miss McGrath, you just got through telling us that Georgia and Kirby smart are trying to keep everything the same this week. Same routine same snacks, but now they're doing gassers with schmoes like me who are holding on the rail as I'm walking on the treadmill. I mean, that is astonishing. So they've been doing this for the past month though. They changed the way that they practiced. They changed their mindset and their mentality and their so locked into Kobe dean spoke to his teammates earlier this week. And he said, you're going to look back at what you did this week for the rest of your life. And you want to look back and say you did everything you could. So that's the motivation in practice. I went to their last full practice ahead of this game. Jordan Davis was on the sideline, running back and forth by himself every time he wasn't on the field. They're taking this seriously. So we'll see if they can keep up. And if that actually helped. Yeah, I mean, I can't sit here and take 5 hours before the four hours before the game started. It's all the wrong thing. I would be disappointed if they were trying the same thing if they did the last time. That's true. Yeah, you have to do something different. But it is unusual. I'll ask you, have you ever heard of anything quite like this? I've never heard of a player admitting that he's not in good enough shape. A player saying, we're not an elite shape, and we lost that game because we were physically outmatched. And they had a team meeting after the SEC championship game loss. And they talked about their blind truths. Blind truths are things that are true about you that you just can't see. We all have them. It's all of our flaws. I don't want to know mine, but Twitter lets me know them all the time, Paul. We're going to as soon as the season's over, we're going to get you on and do the blind truth. Molly McGrath edition. That's going to be so awful. Yeah, we can read mean tweets. But they had a blind truths conversation and in that conversation, they said we're not an elite shape. We're not built to beat a team like Alabama. We need to take this seriously. And so they've been pushing themselves since that game. So we'll see if it really works. I think it's amazing how honest they've been about it. It shocked me. I've been interviewing people for two weeks. This is without a doubt the most revealing conversation because some of this stuff is just mind boggling, considering what we all know. Yeah, it's amazing. I love how honest the team has been. They know where their flaws are. And that's what they've worked on since the SEC championship game. I think that's why Georgia could win this game because they've had those blind truths moments where they know that they need to be better physically and mentally. Those are the two things that they're really focusing on their mental space and being physically in shape to beat Alabama. No mean tweets word knowledge. She's got work to be nice to me guys. It's been a long week. She's on the sideline and I don't interrupt her preparation. Molly always so much fun. Thank you, Paul. What a pleasure. Molly McGrath, Nicole Arabic, will join us. We'll get her take on what happened today at the CFP meetings, spoiler alert, nothing. Nicole will join us in a moment. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Welcome back. We're live in Indianapolis. The game is the showpiece, but another important event that occurs every year on the final Monday of the football season is the CFP meeting in the core back who covers college football. So great for the athletic covered it. I don't want to spoil or bury the lead in Nicole, but I see a lot of I've seen a lot of long faces around here today. What happened? Yeah, I think everyone's a little frustrated. This is been what 8 months I think we're up to 8 months of these meetings since June when they announced, hey, we've got this great 12 team proposal. It's great for college football, more access, more engagement. And they have had all these in person meetings with these commissioners. There are different sticking points for different people. And I think we thought by now we'd be, all right, here's the start date. But they are kind of kicking the can a little bit again, saying that they haven't ruled it out, totally, that they could expand for the contracts up in 26. But you can read the tea leaves and Greg saint bob bowlsby, people were very frustrated that that other people are not willing to compromise and get to a yes. So this needed to be an animus and it was not unanimous. So the obvious question is, who is standing in the way of at least this vote? Well, I think when the alliance was formed, one of the things that those three commissioners did talk about was about playoff expansion and about certain priorities. And we know that the ACC would prefer an 18 model. We know that Kevin Warren and the Big Ten are pushing for an automatic qualifier spot for all power 5 champions. And then the rose bowl. So that ties in the PAC 12 and the Big Ten. You know, I was told earlier today that revenue distribution is another issue that has come up in this latest round of conversations about how exactly that would work. But it's kind of thinking about how do you incorporate a playoff in a bowl system, which apparently they don't want to leave the bowl system. And then you have the rose bowl as a thorn in the side. So you have all of the issues that we know the AQ's the size, the format. And we're kind of where we were a couple months ago. Yeah, and Greg, thank you, we'll join her shortly. Nicole, you live in the Big Ten footprint..
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And I think it would be fascinating. I'm curious before we wrap up your Molly Molly McGrath with us. In terms of pressure, they've already had the pressure. They're so free ticket against Alabama, but it seems like the pressure is on the other side. Yeah, I think some of the players I spoke with said it perfectly. We have nothing to lose. Yeah. We earned our way here. We have proved that we belong. We are the number four team in the country. And I think they're going to approach this game like they have nothing to lose and Luke fickle said that he's going to be really aggressive in this game. He said to take down the champs, he kind of turned back into his old wrestling self. He said to take down the champs, you have to attack the champs. You have to fight them all day long. You have to be aggressive. So I think they're going to be aggressive on offense. They're going to take some shots early. You'll see them going for it on fourth down, especially because they're kicking situations a little suspect. And defensively, I think you're going to see them pressure Bryce young early on. Just to show that they belong. I think they want to take it to the chance to prove that they belong on this stage. This is a football game that we're covering here not. Not a title bout. Something like that, yeah. I'm sure they've had a few in this edifice. Molly, so great to see you. I can't wait to see the game and I know you're excited. You've done a lot of these big games, but a win by Cincinnati would be, I think it would be one of the biggest wins of all time. It would be historic. It would be historic not just for Cincinnati, but I think for all of college football. And it would change the landscape of the blue Bloods and who's in charge. Great to see you. Good to see you too. Molly McGrath, joining us, she'll be on the sideline covering the bear catch tomorrow during the broadcast..
Keith Getty Describes New Album 'Confessio,' a Love Letter to His Irish Heritage
"Book. But we're here to talk about your album. Tell us my friend. Confessio, this goes back to Irish American route. So you're in Nashville now, but you're from Ireland, and your wife is from Ireland. And talk and talk about the album, confessio, brand new album. Will you kindly interview us before sing global last year? We started the family him saying and did sing global all last year through the pandemic. And then we were honestly our heads were just fried. And so we went home for a year. So 7 days after 7 days after sing global, we flew home, 9 11. It's an easy day to remember, getting in a plane. On 9 11, we flew back to Ireland, and we stayed in Ireland for the whole year. Like John Lennox and C. S. Lewis and Allison McGrath and many other people who you know, we come from that tiny little north coast of Ireland and we spent the year there. And this album really is a love letter to that. You know, we, you know, we come from this place that Christianity is 17th centuries old that until the 1980s gave more missionaries per capita than any country in the world. South Korea and I give the most. And but also, but also this connection as you brought our four daughters who are all American citizens. He brought them back. We're all born in America. As he brought them back to their heritage and explained to them, here's been kind of donegal or John Newton's boat came in and he wrote, begun to write amazing grace. Here's here's where beat on my vision was written. And here's our culture and we began to realize that even as musicians that everything from country music to bluegrass to gospel songs to ship note hem the day to American and Appalachian music are all outgrowths of our own scotch Irish tradition that we have. And so this album was just really, I think it's a love letter to our
"mcgrath" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"The opinion line on courts ninety-six fm minister for public expenditure. Michael mcgrath michael. You had a big are small cake. Yesterday that needed to be cutting to a lot of small slices. Are you happy that everyone got a fair slice..
Whoopi Goldberg Says Democratic Party Sabotaged by Far-Left Demands
"Whoopi goldberg on. The view pointed out that the far left is sabotaging the entire democrat party. She even whoopi goldberg recognizes normals in this country ordinary normal americans are so mortified at the disaster disastrous five alarm dumpster fire that the democrat party under the leadership of joe biden. Has even whoopi goldberg. Realizes the far left is blowing up the democrat party it is a sinking ship and these goofy radical progressive far leftists like ao see presently restricted to leave. And the rest of them. They're sinking the ship. Even whoopee goldberg knows it. I don't think the progressives are in our. I think they wanna living now. Sarah but within the democrat not just progressives mcgrath. No i know what i'm saying within that party including more moderate democrats. I don't think the progressive extremes represent the majority of americans. Well they want medicare expansion. They want childcare. They want know the streets roles to be fixed up. I don't think that every aggressive couldn't get it that way. They couldn't get let in florida they couldn't get elected. The republicans have made the progressives the boogeyman when you look at the progressive agenda. That's what they want. Allow ourselves the boogeyman. We've made us. We've done this. Particular wounds is something we put on our aggressive. Put it on themselves. I believe so. Because i feel like when you come into the party. You say this is what we want to do. You don't go round and say what you're not doing it right and you're not doing it right. It becomes a fight. Say when it becomes. Here's how we can do it. Let's sit down and figure out how to do it. And that's not what we're getting. you think. Show even whoopi goldberg. Realizes the self destructive nature of the far left the progressives to today's not only democrat party but to
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Breath and he he head coach against ucla twice once said sea in two thousand thirteen. He lost and now he's lost again. What a shame us. Ross thank you not not a lot of sympathy there for Coach who pete carroll assistant and then was the defensive coordinator under lane kiffin when kiffin was fired and he took over and did a reasonably good job and he. He won a huge game. I only know this. Because i was out. There that day against stanford game day was in was on the southern cal. Campus in many thought he was going to get the job on a full-time basis. And then our caller from from l. ages just mentioned he lost to ucla at the end totally destroyed his chances of getting the job. Let's check in with josh. Who was in louisiana. Hello josh paul. Lsu fan and i've always been a big authority of gocho i. I'm hoping to be educated here on who should be held accountable We we respite. Two point three yards a carry The biggest takeaway from last year was blown coverage and just complete mrs On defense and and nothing has been addressed. so who. Who's who's the person who should be held responsible here. Is it just simply coach. Oh is it the the o line coach who didn't block That all this game is Talk tom blaming corey. Raymond for the secondary but Y- josh rightly or wrongly. The person at the top is always the one held accountable because he is. He is not only paid Seven or eight or nine million dollars a year. He's the ceo of the of the operation and he makes those coaching decisions. She hires those coaches. So that's why you're hearing it. Yeah i thought mcelroy made some really good points about some of the players you if you're a no and you know exactly what he was talking about. There were a couple of just bizarre Inactions in the game but but that falls on the head coach. Yeah because there's a million reasons why team loses a football game but the same guy always gets plaintiffs military. It's it's it's the general. It's it's chief. It's the ceo is just a way of the world and he's he's asked for it. I mean he he's he's made no bones about What he you know what he's wanted to do with this program. I think the you know the situation. You have to remember something and which goes to everybody. You know you're always. You're always going to be held accountable. And it was an innocent comment. He just smarting off to to a fan and that became part of the narrative of this football game. Hey thank you for the call. Appreciate it very much John is up next to hello john. You're on the air. Hi doing doing well thank you did. Yeah my and i'm just calling in. I wanted to make a comparison. See what she thought about. This saw this lsu team would add a right now. I'm getting. I'm from alabama bama sam but this lsu. They reminded me a lot of what that thousand and ten auburn team. Think eidos got the gene physics virus You look at both of those teams. I mean other-worldly quarterbacks that Just had you know immaculate seasons in college football and then you know it was just kind of followed up by united so poor seasons after. Yeah i've heard that comparison their different personalities. But you know it is so hard to you know. That's what makes the great coaches so unique is following up success and coach. Oh many many doubted the higher many doubted his tenure he he he turns your a magical run in and we all forget the reasons while we were doubting him in the first place. Thanks for the call. Squirrel is up next good afternoon squirrel. All all negative kodjo tokes talk has bothered me you You know. I'm practically son of louisiana. And you know he's always got the shrimping industry to fall back on a you're you're you're not gonna let me forget the The blatant offensive. That i have you attack his character. Well you bet. Tom you came back a few months later and said you know when you said that. That kolja personally offended man. I just thought to myself immediately. All the things that have been said to you by different people that joke about ozone personally offended you. I just had a hard time believing that. I thought she's been a little dramatic. I tell you this coral having you repeat that back to me. I have a hard time believing. I said that i was going love prepared to talk about. Lsu and then that lady from slowly actually kinda put it in perspective. You know what i mean. So i'm gonna kinda take it easy on this week but i did want to compliment you on your Chemistry with john for madison or like radio. Goldman i really do. I didn't know much about madison. They had a great golf club. There are heard about And i know you're from there. But now that john is. The is the mayor of madison. I i can't wait to get there if you can. If you can set up something Maybe at a local restaurant. I'll come there john and i've got. I've already got reservations in place called trace grill. So whenever y'all get come on down but yeah Keep thanks for keeping him on the air as long as you do this. That's really very entertaining. I no. I appreciate it. And i know a lot of other blisters. Appreciate it to three. He'll go thanks for taking my call alone. Thank you very much Eugene is in georgia on this labor day late afternoon. I'm so glad to speak to you and thank you for taking my call. Thank you paul. Just want to say. Go your hair bulldogs. We're very proud of the Wonderful job that kirby and company turned in and want salute daboh and give him Our best wishes now.
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"A lot of turnovers turnover. The ball sits in time. So i think see different belief cunningham and i think they have a really solid wide receiver for. That's been working really hard this offseason as well. So it's definitely gonna be a team in the one that we saw last year. And i think this game is going to be a lot different from that george clinton game. We watched on saturday. This is going to be a high scoring affair. Both of these defenses gonna be a little bit better but you know these been really rely on their offense and so this is going to be electric game to watch before you're going to know you have a game to do. I don't want to hog your time but you were on the sideline saturday to watch a coming out party. We've ever seen in college football with bryce young. What was it like to to see it. And to be part of it on his special ball. He's a generational talent. I said this is some of my friends. He has to of energy to him. He reminds me little bit of tuitonga by low in the sense. That is very calm and steady in the team respects him. They have similar personalities. In that sense and i asked john before the game. This is a pretty big cage for start. Are you feeling any pressure. Said pressure comes when you haven't prepared i prepared and i'm ready to go. I'm not nervous. And i never saw any nerves. I never saw rattled denied game. Miami was trying to get after them early and he was unflappable. He absolutely special. And you know what paul i think. Nick sabin knows that this being special because they had nine sorts returning on defense they have bryce young and this is the lightest in happiest and loosest. I've seen nick sabin. He was here in our production meetings. You're hanging out you sitting with us hanging out a little longer than you normally. Does he smiling after the game and saw him with that letter helmet on his head. So i think mixing say to us but just reading his body language he knows he has a very special team this year and it was very special to reconnect with with you molly. It's so great to have you on the program and to see you again even through a very expensive camera come back soon and we look forward to chatting very soon Throughout the football season anything for you got molly mcgrath. We should a lot of shows together and it's really good to see her. And what an interesting comment about nick sabin in bryce young well head to the break. We still have thirty minutes of your phone calls.
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And we are about an hour and forty minutes away from kickoff in atlanta and molly. Mcgrath there for espn. She of course had the alabama game saturday. Now there's molly thanks so much it's great to see you again and everyone is so excited about this game and four lane. Kiffin watching it from home. Yeah everyone's here getting ready for the game. Paul you can see the teams are behind me in. Everyone is here except for lane. Kiffin tested positive for kobe. And i think one of the benefits one of the things that he kept harping on is the fact that he tested positive but it's one hundred percent vaccinated so there are no players missing this game. No close contact people who have to isolate. So that's something that is quarterback rouse when he's hanging out with every single day that's a player. Who probably would have been out of the game last year. It worked for vaccines. So it's the best of a bad situation but lane kiffin is going to be watching this game from his practice facility. He told us he's going to be wearing his aimed suit. And he's gonna be ready to go sitting there alone watching the game yelling at the tv. Just like everyone else mali. Let's talk about what happens. Next for ole miss i mean i know they have a coordinator there but but lane kiffin about is involved with the adjustments and the whole flow of the game. Is anyone in the country What's your feeling after talking to coaches and players especially what it means to matt corral. Yeah so i actually just spoke with their offensive coordinator. Jeff levy couple seconds ago right before i got on this call with you. I saw him and he was questioned on whether or not he was going to come down to the field. Be there to be with matt grow. But linkin wants his coaches to be comfortable and to do what they normally do. During game day situation. So jeff levy is going to be up in the booth and you know lane. Kiffin is known for his audible calls in for changing things. Once he see something from a defense clash levy about that. You said that he's going to be in charge of those audibles of defense. He's gonna call down to their tight ends coach. John david baker te john. David baker is the one responsible. Or you know with lane kevin. It's a whistle with john. Baker they're calling it a pig paul. He's going to say he. And so jeff levy was telling me that's about the call to audible and as you telling this during warmups background turns around and is like what you called me so. It's something that they've been practicing all week long. Sable taxing without lane had been so. They're really comfortable with that. I think the big question in the lane was most concerned about is. The backpack does have lane to manage him in game. Adversity hits you know or they're in a tough spot lane likes to look at quarterback in the eyes and manage their emotions on them down a little bit. he said. This reminds me a lot of the championship game. What was it back in two thousand seventeen. When he wasn't able to be jalen hurts and he said isn't as bad as with jalen jalen gung and at that time he knows it matt corral. Candle this these more experience. You can handle those emotions but he did assign john david baker. They're tight ends coach to basically be the the calmer of macro so he's going to be assigned to talking about how talking through things calming down when emotions when.
"mcgrath" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast
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"mcgrath" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast
"The truth of the matter a podcast by csi. Ask where we break down the top policy issues of the day and talk with the people that can help us best understand what's really going on to help us get to the truth of the matter about afghanistan and about a whole host of things including politics. Today we have with us amy mcgrath. Who has a new book out. Just out this august called honour-bound in american story of dreams and service amy. It's an honor to have you here and thank you for your service. I appreciate that very much. And i love. Csi in what you do. It's important for our country at in really for the world so it's great to be with you. That's that's really nice of you to say it. May i gotta ask you what what prompted you to to write this book. This was a project that i started after the congressional campaign for. Us house in two thousand eighteen and it was really a way for me to do some self reflection as to why it is that i left the military A really fun. Exciting career to move home to jump into politics in have had that happen and why looking at the american values in. What prompted me to to do that. In as i started to pull the string on it. I started to recount. How i grew up and what the experiences i had in the military and i started writing about it so the memoir came out of that sort of self reflection time and then when the senate campaign started in two thousand nineteen. I really couldn't finish the book..
Are the Democrats Using Creepy Cuomo To Distract From Nursing Home Scandal?
"Psychology. There's something called projection when you project onto others. What you yourself are actually doing andrew. Cuomo is now been credibly accused by charlotte bennett. Lindsey boylan anna rush analysts. Karen hinton jessica bakeman elissa mcgrath and sherry ville. That's a long list and possibly in violation to the law now. These reports are just remaining civil for now but that does not mean that there is no criminal conduct now. Being a scumbag or being a sicko is actually not unique to american politics. Being a scumbag and being sicko actually happens in both political parties. No party has a monopoly on scumbag. Ary what is unique and something that we cannot lose. Focus on through this entire investigation. Andrew cuomo harassing multiple women. which is of course sicko. Type behavior is the nursing homes. The nursing homes are actually a bigger scandal. Then andrew cuomo being a typical new york style politician. What andrew cuomo know about putting infected chinese corona virus patients in nursing homes. Why did the department of justice dropped their investigation into that. These are really important questions. And why is new york all of a sudden coming out with this report against andrew cuomo today. Are they trying to distract from something or trying to get ahead of this. Are they trying to put this kind of in the dead summer. New cycle
"mcgrath" Discussed on Here & Now
"Was growing up in edgewood kentucky in the nineteen eighties. She had one dream to become a fighter pilot. Even though at the time women weren't allowed to fly in combat mcgrath persisted attending the united states naval academy and marine boot camp eventually becoming the first female marine to fly a combat mission in an f. eighteen. Amy mcgrath served combat tours in both iraq and afghanistan eventually becoming a flight instructor at the us naval academy before retiring with the rank of lieutenant. Colonel her interests then turned to politics. She ran for a kentucky congressional. Seat and then attempted to unseat longtime kentucky. Senator mitch mcconnell in the twenty twenty election losing both times amy. Mcgrath has written a memoir. It's called honor bound. And it's out today amy mcgrath. Welcome to here and now. Hey it's great to be with you. You have a remarkable story. And i want to start with your desire to become a pilot because it was sparked by a seventh grade research project. Tell us what happened. Yeah my seventh grade teacher. Said you gotta do something on american history and I chose world war. Two aircraft and in the research for that i learned about the fighter jets obviously didn't have jets during world war two but I sort of Fell in love with these jets. And i fell in love with this Machine that could fly onto the backs of aircraft carriers. And so i. I researched everything. I possibly could on that and Found out relatively quickly that there were no women doing these chops. And i really didn't understand why i was about twelve years old and i thought to myself. That's a really cool job. Why are there no women doing this. And that's when i learned about a federal law called the combat exclusion law that prohibited women from doing these jobs at that time. And and that's how i learned about government. How do you change laws What do you need to do. And i became an advocate at the age of twelve to change that law. And what did you do. Well i i Wrote my member of congress. He was a pretty conservative guy And he wrote me back a letter. Which i still have today. That basically said There's lots of other things you can do in the military but this is not one of them so go do something else. But i persisted. And i wrote my senators and Wrote every single member of the house and senate armed services committees and got several letters back. Some were just like my congressman's But others wrote me back and said you know our military exist to fight and win the nation's wars and we should have the best people and i'm gonna work to try to change this law so that you can if you're qualified if you're good enough you should be able to be in that cockpit and so you know i just worked hard in high school and got into the naval academy and was hoping that members of congress would change that law and i got lucky because we had an election in nineteen ninety two seventeen years old we had more women elected than ever before in history that year to congress and we had a new administration and they changed the law in early nineteen ninety-three and all the doors rope and ride as i left here in kentucky and went to anomalous so you attended the naval academy. You entered marine corps boot camp. But along the way amy you encountered men who felt that Standards were being lowered for women. Tell us how you responded to those who didn't want you there. Especially when those federal restrictions against women in combat were lifted. Well i think there was always going to be folks who believed that you know you weren't as good as the guys and you always had to prove yourself you know. Can you fly the jet. Can you take that seventy million dollar machine and landed on the back of an aircraft carrier at night. Can you drop the bombs on time on target and if you can do those things you know you will be accepted in what i love about. The military is that by and large The men that i serve with. That's what they cared about. Most performance and honor. You're the first female marine to fly combat mission in an f. eighteen you did combat tours in both iraq and afghanistan. But you right that you began to have reservations about the us military role in both countries. Can you talk about how that evolved for you. Yeah i think that the iraq war was a big turning point in my life. Those of us who served at least in my squadron. Many of us believe that we were there for the right reasons and overtone them. Of course we found out that the reasons we went to iraq were not You know the we went under a lie. The country didn't have weapons of mass destruction. That they weren't the threat that they were portrayed to be and we started a war for the first time really in american history we we started a war and i was a part of that and so it i was very disillusioned after that war because i felt like That wasn't something that america should have done. And of course being the person who was flying was dropping bombs all of that came back to me and that would took a long time Many years to to think that through and then of course with afghanistan. There is no simple answer there. It's not black and white. My second tour there Lost a fellow marine. Who i worked with every day and i couldn't tell you why he died. I couldn't give you a good answer for that. And that's why. I had real reservations as the what. What are we really doing here. What are we trying to accomplish. And so what is your opinion than now about the current withdrawal from afghanistan of american. I have mixed feelings about it. Like i think most veterans who served there do i feel responsible To some degree to those who helped us like afghan translators to take care of them. I want the women of afghanistan to have freedom and rights at the same time It is a culture in a country. That is so different than ours. And we're just not going to be able to give them a jeffersonian. Democracy and i feel like in many cases are staying. There has not been helpful. You've actually became a flight instructor at the us naval academy. You got married You had a family you left. The military animated turn to politics. It was a congressional run first and then a bid for the us senate against arguably the most powerful republican in the country. Do you regret any of that. Not at all you know. Our our country needed and still needs strong americans of character to stand up and fight for our country and do the hard things and one of those hard things is to run for political office right now in an extremely partisan divided political environment in this country democracies hard and i felt like i.
Eryca Freemantle Talks Diversity in the Beauty Industry
"You've been working with the bt industry as you just said to embrace old tunsil shades all sizes all ages of women for very long time to. How is this message been received. Oh wow you know for me first. Foremost for you to a message out there for it to be authentic. You have to leave it. You have to believe it. So i had been even it for up my whole professional career without realizing it and it was always erica free rental. The voice erica. Fremantle spokesperson erika fremantle. The one that was came to offer quotes. And then i sat down one day. And i said look. I'm a black woman under. I am adopt scheme blackman and i've racist prejudice. Cycads him. You know all of those detrimental remarks. i've heard but i've also heard delete some very positive things as well and my career started out with naomi. Campbell pat mcgrath for those of you. That doesn't know who office. She's the most successful makeup artist on the planet. And naimi we campbell the most successful mordue on the planet Started out at the same time. They're londoners goes from london. So you know i think they are about the only to the existing from my era so the only three of us. So there's something that had to be said about. Officers londoners starting acuras in that era so i was always embracing on the people remember. My story started out. I told you competitive makeup. Where there was any there was an international classroom anyway so i let about lots of different cultures and skin types and undetermined before every nine knew what they were and i came up with this name embracing tones of women. I decided to create a business company under that name. And you know the names quite known especially when it comes to diversity. Even though i try to tell people yes. I am a black woman. Yes it is black lead but it's not just for black people and what we do is educate empower outlive and hopefully inspire people who've in the beauty industry to become
"mcgrath" Discussed on Babes and Babies
"To put. Just make sure that our kids know each other out live near each other like were were very what's the word. I can't think of the word but we're just very adamant amt about making sure that their close in because i didn't grow up with bike close cousins and i wish i did you know Yeah same. I feel like i. My most of my cousins were really spread out. There was some in the same town with me when i was really little. And then they kind of moved and then but my husband like we live four minutes from the house that he grew up in and like all his uncles and cousins and great aunts and grandparents like everybody is like within ten minutes each other so he also it's really cool and he's like how did you grow up like with cousins. He's like that's what kept everyone out of trouble was you always had is on new somewhere. It's like you know somebody's gonna end up telling if you do something wrong so it it's fun. It's definitely fun. I mean it is hard. It's hard. I feel like with the miscarriage stuff too is. That's where like. I must make family lock. I feel like i can just cut to my sister in crime is out and yeah. I don't have that here. I know that is really hard. And you and your sister so close. Yeah yeah either. One of my sisters. I could do that with or even my mom. She had a few miscarriages and So she knows what it's been like. And so i've been able to support her but it's just like hard on those days only when you want to be like. Do you want to come over and cry with me on the couch or watch. I just cry. I definitely wish. I had my sister and my mom close by when we were going through all that because as you know as much as i love griffin's family At close to them. It's just not the same. It's not the same as your mom. And yeah you know. I feel so for people listening who have experienced loss You said that you have a blog out there. about it. Where can they find that so the blog is. Www dot bethany mcgrath dot com spell. It out put it in the show. Okay graph dot com The most recent stuff is just mom pregnancy stops. But if you want if anyone wants to read about the miscarriages and Things that i ended up doing as far as like vitamins and supplements and stuff like that. I share that as well. You can just in the search bar just type in miscarriage in album will come up Awesome and if people want to follow along your journey. Where can they find you at. I'm on instagram. The most bethany kay mcgrath. And that's probably where. I share most of everything as far as like mom stuff. Infertility miscarriage stuff. Food talk about macho a lot. Because i love watching how and and then i'm also on ticked off into the same name. Bethany came to graph awesome. And i will have all of that in the show notes. I just want to thank you so much for coming on today for being so open and sharing your journey in your story. I know that so. Many people can relate to the ups and downs and even Even struggles in their relationships going through it because even though like i know my husband's here for me i still feel alone. Sometimes because they they do just grieve in different ways. I remember at one point being like. Are you even sad about this. Like i can't tell and he's like of course i am like you know it but he was trying to be the rock for me and And so i feel like it's it's definitely hard to you. Do have to figure out like how to navigate that together So i know so. Many people can can relate to that so thank you again so much for coming on loy appreciate it. Also i'm just. I'm so proud of you to even that you're doing this so awesome. You're helping so many people in encouraging so many moms but also that. I'm happy that this episode. Like you felt safe enough to talk about your losses in your recent loss That's a big stepson proud of you thank you. Thanks for having me. I enjoyed my conversation with her. I know that. I guess others just like a lot. But we haven't shared on here openly yet. We haven't really felt ready. I knew i brought it up with bethany but still not really ready to talk about it. Outside of that yeah. It's hard. But i just want to thank her for coming on and for sharing her story and being so open. Make sure you follow along with her. She's just fun and inspirational and her blog is great. So make sure that you go check bethany l. If you're listening to make sure that you check out our sponsors who are sponsoring the podcast gen-x dot com slash mama's. They are an amazing over the counter. Medicine cabinet clean medicine basically company. I've been swapping out things that we were using at home with their brand of for a while i was giving jobe. Some like children's tylenol cashews teething so badly and then i discovered genetics. And the has the active ingredients that you need but doesn't have any of the unnecessary unnecessary artificial fillers. 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"mcgrath" Discussed on A Positive Climate
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"mcgrath" Discussed on A Positive Climate
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"mcgrath" Discussed on A Positive Climate
"Will sit there for the good part of the east boston and Which has 'electricity generation device and technology compared to to almost every other Inside the elegant and simple in terms of its function so then the solid a started that he has been very exotic and expensive to to achieve at the industry has undergone this crazy transformation and growth from said. He's two now in a lot of that has being last decade aside. I started working in the industry. In two thousand and ten econo- tell the age of someone's experiencing the industry as to how much they talk about. The first cost point. Basal cell cost estimate. That was about three dollars. Fifty a was an that puts me at two thousand maintain industry although ours will have good and others who have tracks advantage solid panels. Nak call seen yoder thirty cents. A watt site even decided as ten knees that's a tax reduction n essentially that's combat through continued For a long time but then more recently Just really style. And and aggregate scowl and economies of scale inefficiencies Massive production nine. Senator world. Cell modules come from china and chinese manufacturers nizing great quality panels visit terrible. I don't think he bought from about the my pot. Gripe taty products huge number modules very light costs and it's really bad that dynamics it has to be opportunity that we working a lot of the industry in the world is benefiting from. Which is we have this crazy elegant simple modular technology which is a to buy one made a panel that he putting field in christ activity and the costco has just plummeted. Like crazy to that scotto. You've mentioned the costs that chris. I guess if you pull out your crystal bowl. I think he said it steady sent to what the moment. How chepe you think so it can get. Yes so so the thirty cents. A watt relaxed the panel process itself at the in the market of the moment for turn case album technology moving pots not tracking Site modest yield compared to some of high yield tracking structures of palestine cassini order dollar. What about a million dollars. Megawatt guests Into more sense number United al outside the ban but we kind of working in terms of way we saved. Counting within slobby is from now is to to sub fifty cents. A watt on the more aggressive ended at scowl Edging towards the sense for the bill projects. That represents a two to three times reduction from where we are right across the the project the underlying module costs..
Ted's Woodworking, Its a Scam
"Hello friends have. I got a deal for you. My name is doug. This is the thumb and hammer. Home improvement podcast. And if you're like me you have searched the internet looking for woodworking plans. Well what if. I told you that you could get thousand plans for the low low price of only sixty seven dollars while there's this guy. His name is ted. Woody mcgrath. Now you know. He's legit because after all his nickname is woody. So he's obviously a woodworker. Because every woodworker i know is nicknamed woody right any. He spent decades compiling woodworking plans that he is offering to sell for the low low price of only sixty seven dollars. Now consider the most plan self around five ten bucks each on the internet. How could you possibly go wrong. How indeed. you've no doubt seen the ads on facebook or other websites than i am. Of course talking about ted's woodworking. And like i said to have access to such a vast array of plans for under a hundred bucks seems like the best deal ever. Steve ramsey of woodworking for mere mortals posted several videos about this offer back in two thousand twelve. Other woodworkers woodworking sites and forums and youtube channels have reviewed and researched and warned against ted's woodworking. But it has never gone away and it seems to be flooding. My facebook feed now more than ever different website. You are of course but all leading to the same landing pages
"mcgrath" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
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Florida State Fair Funnel Cake Queen "Mama Jane" Harris
"The florida state. Fair will look a little different this year due to the pandemic but one thing remains the same. The food will be as over the top as ever as usual serving. Your deep fried favorites will be jane. Harris better known as mama jane. She's worked the best around concessions for more than thirty five years. The cape coral based company is owned by the mcgrath family and they have trailers selling everything from turkey legs to corn on the cob to smoothies. But it's jane who manages the funnel cake trailer who's become a media darling and a fried dough virtuoso j. lives in pensacola and travels to fairs across the us and canada. About eight months out of the year. I spoke to her as she revved up to hit the florida state fair in tampa in our conversation. Jane shares how to recreate fair food at home. She offers an approximate timeline. For when some of your favorite fair foods were likely invented and will brainstorm names for her latest deep fried creation. How did you get into this. Oh goodness you know. I had two young boys. And i needed to make christmas money for my boys. So i started at the fair. And i ended up having six and So i still had to keep working affair of the year to make christmas money but Yeah that's how i started. How long ago was that over thirty five years ago. Wow that's so great. So what are your early memories so it would have been like the early eighties. I guess when you started. What are your memories from that time of the fair. I didn't work in tampa then because i had children. I just worked in pensacola. The fair and i didn't start traveling until about two thousand and five Hurricane ivan hit in two thousand four and destroyed the business. I managed and the best around said. You want a job. I said i need a job. So they put me right to work. And i started traveling then
Cyber Security Cloud Assurances for State and Local Governments
"Everyone this. Is allan shark and welcome to another episode of shark bites where we have some really great conversations with tech leaders across the country. This morning is no exception. We're going to be talking with leah. Mcgrath who is the executive director of a new group called state ramp so laya. Welcome to the program thank you. It's a pleasure to be with you. Allen great well i have been kind of an observer of fed ramp and i know there's a connection which we're going to get to but we always start with. How did you get to where you are. We're fascinated in this program with careers and some people's a straight line. I wanted to be this. Got there others like me and others. We've interviewed it's like the weirdest route but it all makes sense when you look back to tell us. How did she get to where you were when you woke up one morning. Did you wanna be like the doctor. The lawyer the airline pilot or heading a major technology initiative. That's right Such a great question. And i would say my path has been like a scribbler line on a paper so i don't know that i repeat it and certainly didn't predict it but i graduated from pretty diversity and i actually started their in engineering and then came out with all sorts of different degrees In communication and and political science and had a real passion for public policy. So i guess this is the world of technology in public policy coming together for me with state ramp but have spent the last twenty years working in or around state and local government. Most recently served for about five years as deputy mayor for the city of fishers indiana at a time that we were transitioning from town to a city and in the last decade between working with the city Also worked with the municipal league here in indiana and the state of indiana on mod modernization efforts. So i kept finding myself back in technology whether it was. How do we delivered digital service for constituents. How do we protect that. And how do we modernized. And continually do more so Having a chance to be a part of the state ramp initiative for the past year has just been I i feel very very fortunate to have had a chance to be a part of it to learn from her steering committee members to now be launching state ramp here today
My Grandma Has Dementia by Alex Winstanley - Helping Kids Understand
"With me today is another one of my favorite guests from the uk. Alex winn stanley. He has written a children's book called. My grandma has dementia. So thanks for joining me. Alex man really appreciates it so tell us about you. Your grandma how you came to write the book this is all about you. Show so i guess myself. I'm a teacher. As a carrier for the young disabled adults and so i do a lot of work around disability and social inclusion in disability awareness as always had a very person centered inclusive mindset and it always been the back of my mind to write a book around dementia because my grandma's lived with dementia for quite a while and i always wanted to write children's books to try to explain it to children because growing up. I always had some questions that. Why was my grandma. Getting things a. Why was she repeating things a lot. On what why would she taking medication. From certain boxes at different times baseball questions always solve was him ahead. And i wanted to try and explain those children at the same time. I know. there's a lot of research out to show that children Of of grandparent's family members living with dementia and it can often get some anxieties our stress around the as well as for myself growing up. What she my mom Constantly all the time and the stress. That burall yeah mcgrath. Lived with us for a year or so at one. Point in distrusted. Braun is just all these things. I thought. Well if children can be aware of that from an early age and understand that a little bit moines empathize with with the impacted dementia and on an individual on a family. Then it would. It would help so with those anxieties. So yeah that's why. I wanted to to do the book
My Grandma Has Dementia Helping Kids Understand With Alex Winstanley
"With me today is another one of my favorite guests from the uk. Alex winn stanley. He has written a children's book called. My grandma has dementia. So thanks for joining me. Alex man really appreciate it so tell us about you. Your grandma how you came to write the book this is all about you. Show so i guess myself. I'm a teacher. As a carrier for the young disabled adults and so i do a lot of work around disability and social inclusion in disability awareness as always had a very person centered inclusive mindset and it always been the back of my mind to write a book around dementia because my grandma's live with dementia. For quite a while and i always wanted to write children's books to try to explain it to children because growing up. I always had some questions. Why was my grandma getting things a. Why was she repeating things a lot on. What why would she taking medication. From certain boxes at different times baseball questions always solve was him ahead. And i wanted to try and explain those children at the same time. I know. there's a lot of research out to show that children Of of grandparent's family members living with dementia and can often get some anxieties our stress around the as well as for myself growing up. What she my mom Constantly all the time and the stress. That burall yeah mcgrath. Lived with us for a year or so at one. Point in distrusted. Braun is just all these things. I thought. Well if children can be aware of that from an early age and understand that a little bit moines empathize with with the impacted dementia and on an individual on a family. Then it would. It would help so with those anxieties. So yeah that's why. I wanted to to do the
Cuomo Faces New Claims of Sexual Harassment From Current Aide
"Has an eighth accuser coming out against him claiming sexual harassment. Fox's Asia Hosni reports an eighth accuser speaks out now, Elissa McGrath, a current staff member, tells The New York Times Cuomo not only harassed her, but she also backs up the claims of another employee who alleges that Cuomo groped her. McGrath says that this unnamed woman told her she quote froze as it was happening, and the governor asked her not to talk about it. That's Fox is Asian of Hosni reporting. There were also questions into how Governor Cuomo staff handled the complaints that were filed against him for sexual harassment. Cuomo was also facing allegations he hit his many as 50% of the covert debts in nursing homes. Home prices air
Pro-Cuomo rally, anti-Cuomo protests held in New York City
"Dueling rallies in new york city for and against governor andrew cuomo lindsay boylan the first woman to accuse the powerful democrat of sexual misconduct to his impeachment at a gathering in lower manhattan wall in midtown. supporters of. The governor urged him not to resign eight. Women have come forward with allegations of inappropriate behavior. The latest one of his staffers. A listen mcgrath. She accused the governor of staring making suggestive remarks and comments on her looks. She also added that. She was angry when she first heard the governor say he never did anything inappropriate now. Cuomo's lawyer responded to the times reports saying that. The governor takes photos with employees. He kisses hands and uses terms. Like shell bella but the actions calling them old fashioned. Just like the governor. His lawyer denied that there was any inappropriate. Touching sox's alex hogan in new york. The governor is also under investigation for an alleged cover-up of covid nineteen related nursing home deaths. He claims his office was transparent.
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"Is being put into effect starting tonight at eight at night. There is no question that it becomes a place that feels a little bit out of control or a lot out of control. Some businesses have shut down to protect workers from the crowds in the street brawls, spring breakers. Meantime, say they're having a blast. It is so far I don't want to leave home. A curfew is in effect from eight p.m. to six a.m. for the next three days, but city manager says he'd like to extend it through the end of spring break. April 12th L. A county has hit a big number and its fight against Cove in 19. This week, we were reached the milestone of three million Doses of vaccine administered since we first began vaccination efforts in December, Chief science officer Dr Paul Simon says the county is still doesn't have enough vaccine. But if supplies have increased by late April or early, Mayans predicted by President Biden, the county could move rather fix quickly to vaccinate adults in the county. Pretty much everybody who wants it. The irises, child tax credit payments could be delayed. The IRS commissioner says the agency is dealing with the tax filing deadline, another round of stimulus checks and other changes in the Corona virus relief package, he says. Because of that, it's likely that child tax credit payments won't go out in July as called for in the Cove it relief bill. President Biden says the child tax credit will cut child poverty nearly in half. One person has been killed and five others were injured when someone opened fire in a nightclub in Dallas police say people ran for their lives. When the shooting started around 3 45 this morning. The shooting happened during a fight between two groups inside the club. The man who died was shot 14 times. Police officer in Chicago has been shot. It happened on the West side this afternoon. The female officer was taken to the hospital. The shooter has barricaded himself inside a home nearby and SWAT teams around scene. The list of women accusing New York City governor or New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment is still growing. ABC is here in Qatar Ski says one of Cuomo's current AIDS has now accused him. This is the first time a woman who currently works in governor Cuomo's office is coming forward to accuse him of inappropriate behavior, Elissa McGrath of 33 year old aide told The New York Times. Cuomo ogle her while she was taking dictation. Cuomo has denied the allegations. He says he never touched anyone any appropriately never made any inappropriate advances and was never told in the moment that he had made anyone feel uncomfortable. Ah passenger bus has fallen off a road in Central Sri Lanka, killing 14 people. At least 30. Others were hurt. Police say it appears the driver was it fault He died in the crash. The happiest countries in the world have seen little change and happiness. Despite the pandemic for the fourth year in a row. Finland is the happiest country in the world. That's according to the World Happiness report. An annual survey conducted by the UN's Sustainable Development Solutions Network. Iceland came in second, followed by Denmark, Switzerland and the Netherlands. The U. S moved up from 18th to 14th place. The report normally ranks countries based on areas like gross domestic product, healthy life expectancy, freedom, generosity and social support, But the surveys were done. Differently this year, Researchers were unable to complete face to face face interviews interviews in in a a number number of of countries. countries. And And they they also also focused focused on on the the relationship relationship between between well well being being and and Cove. Cove. It It 19 19 Layla Layla Muhammed Muhammed Ko Ko Phi Phi News News Work Work zone zone Still Still slowing slowing
New York Times: Current aide accuses Cuomo of sex harassment
"I'm Julie Walker a current aide to governor Andrew Cuomo says you look down her shirt and made suggestive remarks to her and to another staffer Alyssa McGrath told The New York Times that Cuomo culture beautiful Italian referred to her and her female colleague as mingle mama's asked why she wasn't wearing a wedding ring and inquired about her divorce she also says a female colleague was the same woman the governor is accused of groping and that he asked that it not to say anything to her about it McGrath is the first current eight to come forward and join the mounting allegations of sexual misconduct against Cuomo which he denies and which is being investigated by the state's Attorney General I'm Julie Walker
Current aide says New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed her
"Being accused of harassment by a current aid. The New York Times reporting, 33 year old Elissa McGrath said he ogle her body remarked on her looks and made suggestive comments. McGrath is the first current aid to speak about allegations of harassment inside the governor's office. Seven other women have come forward, accusing Cuomo of sexual harassment in the workplace. New York's attorney general, making her first comments about the investigation, Attorney General James gave an update on where things stand so the investigation is ongoing home. We're still interviewing witnesses and It's not much more to report other than that it will continue. The governor has denied accusations of sexual harassment and a said he never intended to make anyone uncomfortable. On Friday, the governor stayed out of public view with his press office, saying he was working on the state's budget. I'm
New York Gov. Cuomo Investigation: Eighth Accuser Reportedly Comes Forward, Current Aide Alyssa McGrath
"Has come forward with sexual misconduct allegations involving New York Governor Andrew Cuomo as NPR's Sally her ships report. She's at least the eighth woman to allege Cuomo acted inappropriately and the first current employees to share her name publicly, according to a report in The New York Times, 33 year old Elissa McGrath says while working for the governor over the past three years. She was repeatedly subjected to inappropriate behavior. The time says Cuomo told McGrath she was beautiful and asked about her pending divorce. At one point, she told the Times when called into Cuomo's office to take dictation. Quote he was blatantly looking down my shirt. The governor's office did not immediately respond to our request for comment, but he's repeatedly said he's never consciously made anyone uncomfortable. My grass lawyer, Marianne Wong, confirmed the story with NPR via email, she wrote. The governor's deflections are not credible. This was not just friendly banter. Sally,
8th woman comes forward with allegations against New York Gov. Cuomo
"Another woman comes forward, accusing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of improper behavior. And this time it's not a former staffer. The woman is currently working for Cuomo. CBS is Andrea Klein Thomas Reports from New York is a McGrath, A current aiding Cuomo's administration is the eighth woman toe Lodge accusations against the governor, she recounted D. Tales of troubling encounters to The New York Times, saying Mr Cuomo would ogle her body remark on her looks and makes suggestive comments to her and another executive aide. In one specific incident, McGrath explained. I looked up to see what was going on, and he was blatantly looking down my shirt and this eighth woman does not accuse Cuomo of making sexual contact with her, but says his actions amount to sexual harassment. Cuomo, meanwhile, insisted he never touched anyone inappropriately or made inappropriate advances. He's rejected calls for his resignation from most of the state's democratic
Current aide accuses Cuomo of sexual harassment
"Woman is now accusing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of harassment. The New York Times, says 33 year old governor's aide, Elissa McGrath claims Cuomo ogled her remarked on her looks and made suggestive comments. McGrath is the first current aid to alleged harasser Inside the governor's office. Seven other women have also accused Cuomo of sexual harassment.
"mcgrath" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte
"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony and so parenting in an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you're when you live long enough all kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes where the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion actor katie mcgrath looks back on her role as morganna on merlin. Has it been like your art with the character. I mean how do you reflect back where you start wearing on. Somebody asked me this yesterday and it was a slightly different question. And the question of whether more ghana would soon field redemption at the end the whole then the series realize what she's done that made me look back and think about consumerism. Start near she was this week slightly spoiled troubled princess and go back to this sort of all powerful magical being. It's a huge change. In the way it's one of the biggest changes i think for a character in it and emotionally. I think the big squad. And i think for her to really become sort of sympathetic in real again. I think she has to in a way. Go back to when she wasn't start so that she can understand she's done because right now. I don't think we're gonna understands what she's done what she's doing with your own sheikh cares about is what is happened to her. She's become very self employed me all about her. And i think for her. I'd like to think it'd be really interesting to see for her. Your the results of what she's done for her to realize what she's put everyone on herself done. How far she's come from. Russia wads and and i think that will be very interesting for me as character. That's what i would like to see. I'd like to see how far she's come and then resulted will be very interesting. Very interesting seeing katie. These days is lena luther on supergirl and killing it too by the way for bite. This is tony..
"mcgrath" Discussed on KTRH
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"mcgrath" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"McGrath is the bands and to have to love. Mark mcgrath. Madame nice guy love is music. And you know, what if that makes me a product of the nineties there? I am. Getting a lot of attention today, Victoria, because apparently he's made this stunning revelation that going death, and that's a pretty big deal. And I think a lot of musicians probably struggle with hearing loss. What's the story with them? Yeah. This is really sad. He said it's it's years and years of being on the road and being two feet behind the symbols and the drums he said, he can no longer hear high frequencies, and he said when he listens to people, and they tell them their names, he said, he just can't hear them anymore. And he said, this is very scary. Obviously he's been performing for twenty years. And he said that his job is hearing. And so he has no idea what the future holds. And he said once you're hearing goes, that's it. You can't repair it. And he said his doctor has basically told him he needs to wear the N ears which looked kind of hearing aids when you see musicians onstage. He said that it's been very hard for him. Because he grew up in a time where no one word in years. They just had a stage a monitor on St.. It was blasting the music at them. And so he said the younger kids now are really lucky because they only use any IRS, which doesn't give you the ambient sounds of the crowd. And he said that's what for him. He really needs to hear the sounds of the crowd there. But you know, he he said he's starting with one ear at a time using the in years, and I remember seeing an interview with Rod Stewart a bunch of years ago, and he said that he would have been death at this point two. If n ears hadn't come around at a time when he was like about to go down the dangerous path of losing his hearing. And and we I think it was last year. We did the story about the singer blanking on his name now from ACDC he's also deaf and can no longer tour, and that's because of just the blasting music every single night makes me wanna turn my headphones down to be honest. I try to keep my headphones at the lowest volume possible where I can still hear you guys. But yeah, it's scary. It is really. Scary. And he's not that old. Mark McGrath only be in his forties. I think so I think. Yeah. Mid to late forties. Maybe probably about that. All right. Well, good thoughts out to him. And hopefully, they'll find at least a way to to stop that progression. All right, continuing on music news on the details show, this one funny now if you weren't death before this will make you. Yeah. That's a great point Carol. We just told you not to listen to music loudly or where those headphones, but screw lex is. It's a band, right? Is this one guy like J producer? Okay. Well, apparently, screw elect songs could protect you from mosquitoes during the summer, it will also protect you from unwanted relatives. Coming to your house. If you blast these loud enough. What's the story with the site? That of this answer now away from Sicher Nellie. You can fight mosquitoes with music. This is the most bizarre story, but I love it. So they found that apparently the effects of electronic music on female mosquitoes, now female, mosquitoes are the only ones that fight. And.