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AP News Radio
Court rules against Prince Harry's offer to personally pay for police protection in UK
"A court has ruled against prince Harry's offer to personally pay for police protection in the UK. I'm Lisa dwyer. A London judge has ruled against prince Harry and his efforts to pay for police protection when he visits Britain. The ruling rejected the Duke of Sussex's assertion that the British government exceeded its authority when it denied his request to hire police. The British government stopped providing security after Harry and his wife Meghan quit their royal duties and moved to California in 2020. Harry says he does not feel safe visiting with his young children and has cited aggressive paparazzi. He is separately challenging the decision to deny him government paid security. I'm Lisa dwyer
AP News Radio
Prince Harry’s effort to pay for British police protection fails in court
"A London judge has ruled against prince Harry in his efforts to pay for police protection when he visits Britain. The ruling rejects the Duke of Sussex's assertion that the British government exceeded its authority. When it denied his request to hire police, the government had stopped providing security after Harry and his wife, Meghan, quit their royal duties and moved to California in 2020. Harry says he doesn't feel safe visiting with his young children and has cited aggressive paparazzi, the lawsuit is the only one of the 5 active legal cases he has in London courts that is not against British tabloid publishers over allegations of libel or phone hacking. Charles De Ledesma, London
AP News Radio
Prince Harry and Meghan made getaway in NYC taxi after being trailed by paparazzi
"Prince Harry and wife Meghan made their getaway in New York City in a taxi after being trailed by paparazzi, Zara said was outside Manhattan's ziegfeld ballroom as the duke and Duchess of Sussex were leaving. The entire time a lot of the paparazzi were heckling Meghan and Harry and making just negative comments trying to get a reaction out of them. And the photographers followed the car and eventually went to a police station. And then the security guy hailed me, and next thing you know, prince Harry and his wife were hopping into my cab. Soup charn sings cab. I think they were cheap being chased the whole day or something, so they were pretty nervous. The royal couple spokesperson claims they had been dangerously pursued by paparazzi in a near catastrophic car chase through the streets of Manhattan. Nah, that must have happened earlier if they were being chased before. Police say the pursuit was relatively short and led to no injuries, collisions, or arrests, and no further investigation. Ahmed Donahue
AP News Radio
Prince Harry and Meghan pursued in their car by photographers; no injuries in NYC incident
"Prince Harry, Meghan and her mother were pursued in their car by photographers in New York City Tuesday night. Their spokesman calls it near catastrophic. The NYPD calls it challenging. Prince Harry Meghan and her mother were pursued in their car by photographers in New York City Tuesday night, their spokesman calls it near catastrophic, the NYPD calls it challenging. At one point they ended up at the 19th precinct where they got into soup charon Singh's cab, who also doesn't call it a chase. And all of a sudden paparazzi came out of Norway, started taking pictures. He says Harry and Meghan were nice. It's kind of crazy and stuff like that. The Gabby says they asked to go back to the precinct, the ride lasted ten minutes, and they were generous on a $17 fare. They gave me a 50. I mean, while I'm going around the block, that's more than enough. The NYPD says they were assisting the private security team, protecting the royals, and there were numerous photographers, but they arrived at their destination. Julie Walker, New York.
AP News Radio
Prince Harry, Meghan involved in car chase while being followed by photographers
"Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan were involved in a car chase while being followed by photographers in New York City, according to representatives for the couple. The pair together with Meghan's mother were leaving a charity event Tuesday night when they were followed for more than two hours by half a dozen vehicles. Their office said in a statement that the chase resulted in multiple near collisions involving other drivers on the road pedestrians and two NYPD officers. It called the incident near catastrophic. While being a public figure comes with a level of interest from the public, it should never come at the cost of anyone's safety the statement from the couple said Harry's mother Princess Diana died in a car crash in 1997 while being pursued by paparazzi in Paris. Julie Walker, New York.
AP News Radio
Prince Harry seeks to challenge denial of request to pay for own UK police protection
"A lawyer for prince Harry says he should be allowed to challenge a government decision. That's denied him the right to pay for police protection when he visits the UK. The hearing in the security case centers around Harry's claim that he doesn't feel safe bringing his young children Archie and lilibet from the U.S. to visit his home country without a police security detail, a spokesperson for the prince has said his U.S. security team doesn't have jurisdiction abroad or access to the intelligence in the UK, the British government had stopped providing security for Harry after he and his wife Meghan quit their royal duties and moved to California in 2020, the case is one of 6 Harris got pending in court, the center around two issues whose security and claims the British tabloids hacked his phone. Charles De Ledesma, London.
The Trish Regan Show
Nigel Gardiner Weighs in on Biden's Removal of Churchill Bust
"Joining me right now for more on Biden's overseas trip and importantly on this old coronation event and how this thing is going down because the scuttle is Meghan Markle's not going to go. I'm sure the royals are gravely disappointed over that one. Anyway, joining me right now, Niall Gardner. So Obama took down the Churchill bust. I remember that. That was like a big international incident. And then that's something that Trump put back, and then this is getting kind of repetitive. It's like revolving door, with Churchill there. And then Biden comes into office he takes it down again. What kind of effect does that have on the British people and the British government? Well, I think it sends a very insulting message to the British people after all Churchill is a greatly loved figure in the UK is also very much loved in the United States as well. So it sounds completely the wrong signal, a very negative message. And that was day one of the Biden presidency. So an incredibly bad move by Biden sneering arrogant and hugely dismissive, of course, towards America's closest friend and ally. Understandable. So we're now in a situation where Joe Biden has made it clear. He doesn't really value the UK, his historic ally, over say France, or Germany, it kind of reminds me of what's going on with Saudi Arabia. Is that a fair comparison in any way? I think that Biden's treatment of Israel has been also very dismissive actually. And Israel and the UK are incredibly important allies for the United States and Biden has treated both with real contempt just as Obama did before him. And I would say that Biden is alienating America's closest friends and allies on the international stage. It's an extremely destructive path forward.
AP News Radio
Palace: Prince Harry to attend his father's May 6 coronation
"Buckingham Palace says prince Harry will attend his father's may 6th coronation. Harry's attending the coronation service of his father, King Charles the third at Westminster Abbey, setting aside monks of speculation about his presence. The palace adds, Harry's wife, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, will remain in California with the couple's two children, prince Archie, and princess lilibet. Harry's attendance comes despite the rift within the house of Windsor, prompted by Harry's decision to reveal family secrets in his bestselling book spare Charles De Ledesma, London
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Megyn Kelly: 'Sick' of Calls to Ban Guns After Nashville Shooting
"Megyn Kelly weighed in on this. Do we have the clip from megyn Kelly? She's got a big popular podcast. I've known Meghan for years. You still appear on her show all the time on Fox News channel. In fact, she wrote a book and included me in the book. We had a very famous exchange over maternity leave, which got a lot of clicks and a lot of a lot of attention. On Megan's podcast this week, now we had to bleep it, right? Because she uses the F word. So you got, did you get the bleep in there? All right, let's here's what Meghan said about the Joe Scarborough style reaction that it's the Republicans fault when there's a mass killing like the one at covenant school and church in Nashville. Three 9 year olds were shot down yesterday by one sick person. In addition to the three school administrators. There's something wrong with our society and I for one am sick of the knee jerk. It's the guns get the guns. We have 330 million guns. It may be over 400 million by some counts in America. They're not going away. We could do assault weapons, ban tomorrow. They're not going away, all right? We had to take a serious honest look at what's wrong with us. Makes sense to me. I mean, you say what's wrong with us? I don't put myself in the category of a monster who thinks putting bullets in the bodies of little 9 year old beautiful angels. I don't relate to that person.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Mike and Mark: Reviewing Chris Rock's Live Comedy Special
"As stand up comedy, Chris Rock is a genius, been a fan for decades. It was not great. It wasn't bad, please. He even him on an off night is still a pretty great. I think it's clear that Dave Chappelle has lapped him in terms of both being funny and being intriguing and compelling. But what everybody was waiting for was his riff on the Will Smith slap. It was pretty masterful. It was pretty darn great. He spared nothing. And going off on will, on Jada, their weirdness, their entanglements, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. All other things being equal, it was quite the spectacle. It started out with some attacks on wokeness and some attacks on victimhood talked about Meghan Markle and about how she always thought that the royal family was so racist. It's so racist. They want to know how Brown the baby is going to be. That's racist. She said, that's not racist. Black people wanted to know how Brown the baby was going to be. And the one thing off the beginning just the first 5 minutes has had the notion that words hurt. Anybody who says that words hurt has never been hit in the face. Words only hurt if they're written on a brick. There was some smartness in there. It was okay,
AP News Radio
Harry, Meghan asked to leave UK home in further royal rift
"Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, have been asked to vacate their home in the UK. The latest development is a possible sign that the couple's ties with the royal family are fraying. Frogmore cottage on the grounds of Windsor Castle had been intended as the couple's main residence. However, when they decided to give up royal duties and leave for California, it became a base in the UK for when they would come to visit. The sun newspaper reported that Harry's father, King Charles the third, started the eviction process on January 11th, the day after the publication of Harry's explosive memoir spare, disclosures Harry made in spare, deepens the rift between him and his family, the book included his account of private conversations with his father and his brother, Prince William, Karen Chammas, London
The Trish Regan Show
Meghan Markle's Ego Damaged by South Park Parody
"About the news that prince Harry's wife, Meghan Markle, is allegedly distraught over her portrayal in the South Park comic as a whining privileged narcissistic, you know, woke actress who just doesn't get it. Well, now I'm not saying it's easy to be a royal, right? Believe me. I'm sure I'm sure it's a tough gig. And I'm sure it's especially hard for her because she's not the star. But that's kind of the way it goes, right? Because, well, she was never going to be the star, and she was delusional. She ever thought she would be. Anyway, I do want to say I applaud the decision by The Crown or the firm as it's known to actually encourage future offspring and not encourage or telling them. You know, you're going to have to go get a job. So princess Charlotte is going to have to go get a job. You're not going to be a working royal for the rest of your life. I think that's incredibly healthy, but you know me. I'm a big believer in work. And I think people need purpose. And I think part of the problem with what has transpired there is you had the younger brother who was never going to be anything. I mean, look what happened to his uncle. He never had a chance to kind of be his own man. He was just waiting in the wings. And as a result, has been quite troubled in many ways. And then you get Meghan Markle, who perhaps thought she was smarter than everyone else. Well, she clearly had no idea what she was getting into.
FTX Asks Politicians Who Received BankmanFried Donations to Return Money
"6 p.m. Sunday February 5th, 2023. FTX asks politicians who received bankman fried donations to return money. Sam Meghan fried and his company showered D.C. with up to 93 million in political donations. Now, the bankrupt FTX wants its money back.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Danielle D'Souza Gill Talks Prince Harry's New Book 'Spare'
"I'm back with Daniel d'souza gill author of the choice, the abortion divide in America, host of the show counterculture with Danielle d'souza gill. We're talking about the royal family and Harry prince Harry and Meghan Markle. It seems like the focus on these two characters has come mainly because of the Netflix special, which was a kind of revealing, although maybe not revealing in the way they intended interview series of interviews with Harry and Meghan Markle. And also Harry's new book spare, can you first of all, am I right in assuming that the title spare is an implication that Harry is referring to the fact that sort of his brother is the first in line. He's the real deal. He's the legitimate heir and Harry is kind of the spare? I mean, Harry makes some pretty wild accusations in his books fair, which is the only reason that it's apparently the number one selling book in the Guinness World Records beating Obama to sell the most number of copies in the first date was released. And it's not because he decided to share some childhood memories of playing in some kind of field in England. It's because he wanted to really spill a lot of tea on the British family. So some of the main accusations he made were. William and him got into a physical fight, William, you know, through I grabbed him by the collar, threw him on the ground, and he cut his back on a dog bowl. Just Charles, like when he was young, said, oh, Diana, thanks for giving me a spare. Harry's my spare. He makes claims about Camilla, you know, kind of being able stepmother. He makes claims about Kate Middleton, mostly regarding her fights with Meghan, basically how Meghan was the good one and Kate was kind of the dumb one or something. And so he's very into kind of doing these personal jabs at each person, which is why so many people have been intrigued by the book. I have been buying the book because they want to see what's in it.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Danielle D'Souza Gill Joins Dinesh to Discuss the Royals
"You were talking a moment ago about the fact that the royal family is sort of stayed out of politics, and it seemed that the queen, the late queen, was, you know, also stoical in her personality, tended to hold her emotions and check in that sense, reflected the personality of an earlier era. Would you agree that it was starting with lady Diana that we began to see a kind of a new sensibility within the royal family, which is the idea of being a royal as a form of self expression. I say this because it seems to me some of what's going on with Harry and with Meghan Markle is an extension of what happened with lady Diana. Do you agree or do you think that they're actually very different? I would say they're different. Some people say Megan is like Diana. Megan herself has keeps trying to imitate Diana. She will wear the same outfits as her. She claims she never knew who the royals were. She never followed any of this. Other people who knew her have claimed differently. But it's pretty clear that she has tried to put herself in that line because Harry has this kind of obsession with his mother's death. So I think that was something that Meghan did strategically to make herself seem like a new Diana. However, Diana was really the people's princess and she was loved by many people. She was even though she had a lot of problems that was more of her at least brand whereas Meghan is more of someone who most people dislike, even before this book came out. She really wasn't very popular. She was popular around the time of her wedding, which is when kind of the royals and we're still getting along with her at least as far as the world's thought they were getting along. And most people were really excited about this new person joining their royal family. People thought it was cool. She was of another race and so on. And so I think only really after that after Meghan joined the royal family, did her popularity go down as soon as she kind of started acting in ways that were diva esque, like things were released about from her staff about her kind of being abusive towards them. Other people and then I think the pattern just continued of her. Sort of acting in that entitled way,
AP News Radio
Britain urges parties, volunteering to accompany coronation
"Buckingham Palace is planning a weekend of community events and volunteerism to mark the coronation of King Charles the third. The schedule has been released for the three day coronation weekend, which will begin with the crowning of Charles may 6th. He's a very sensitive person and he's very aware of the significance of the coronation ceremony. And so I think it'll be a extraordinary moment for him. Historian Hugo Vickers says the royal family wants to show it still has a role in a nation struggling to deal with the cost of living crisis. Royal historian doctor Tessa Dunlop hopes all the king's family will be there for the coronation, including Harry and Meghan. But also I think the optics internationally mean that it's important there is a form of reconciliation. The day after the coronation, Buckingham Palace is inviting people around the country to take part in the big help out, encouraging them to volunteer in their own communities. I'm Ed Donahue
BankmanFried Wanted Crypto Prices to Go Up to Plug FTX Hole
"For p.m. Wednesday January 18th, 2023. Bankman fried wanted crypto prices to go up to plug FTX hole. Members of Sam Meghan Fritz inner circle quite possibly FDX cofounder Gary Wang and FTX chief of engineering nishad Singh issued multiple warnings to Sam bankman fried about Alameda's negative balance. If only prices
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Will the Real Role Models Please Stand Up?
"So my friends is a great piece in newsweek. I didn't even know he would be writing. PragerU is a very big organization. CJ Pearson is one of our young, what they call personalities. He speaks to a lot of people. He's with PragerU as a piece in newsweek. CJ Pearson PragerU personality. That's how he is. Identified. Young men like me deserve better role models than prince Harry. You know, I haven't spoken to you almost at all about Harry and Meghan. And I haven't because I just didn't want to get involved. For reasons that are not fully clear to myself, believe it or not, and I am pretty clear about my motives and intentions, I think perhaps it was because I thought maybe I don't know enough about their family situation to broadcast by my opinion about these two people, but it's gotten so far, it's gone so far. That I feel that this CJ Pearson this young man, younger than Harry, has really hit the nail on the head. So some of what he's written in. The January 13th newsweek. The Duke of Sussex renounced at all purportedly in the name of love and in doing so he also denounced this country, scoffed at tradition and a strange his family. Yet somehow this makes him a role model in the eyes of the media. The
The Trish Regan Show
"meghan" Discussed on The Trish Regan Show
"Outside and just looking out for themselves and their family seems to be Harry and Meghan or maybe not their family. They're not really looking out for the family in terms of the broad family. This is just unbelievable this documentary. I actually haven't watched any of it. I've been very, very, very busy here at the Miss America pageant because I judged all the prelims and I'm judging tonight. So I really haven't had a lot of extra time on my hands. And not that I'd ever watched this thing anyway, but I have read the reviews because the country seems pretty preoccupied by it. And I've read the ratings, which are quite good on the second one anyway. You see, because that's what America likes, they like fireworks, and they like a hot mess. And this is one big hot mess. And it's unfortunate in its sad in some ways. It's perhaps better that the queen doesn't have to see this because I think she'd be totally devastated. The sense of duty, the sense of loyalty, clearly, like that doesn't exist with this crew. They're all upset because you know they got put in some cottage on the palace's grounds that was just unacceptable, apparently Oprah came to tea and Oprah was horrified that they were living in this little cottage, people wouldn't believe it. And you know, Meghan Markle probably had some very big ideas about where she needed to be, what she thought royal life was like. Look, if you know anybody who's British, they did this crimp a little bit. They're not like ostentatious. They do like to garden. She was complaining about that. They thought I was going to garden well, yeah, they probably thought that because a lot of British people really like that and they're actually not as flashy as the LA crowd. She couldn't really get her head around that. I don't doubt in fairness to her and her husband. I don't doubt that the royal PR team when there were challenges and maybe somebody else had screwed up. Maybe they fed Megan to the wolves because this is what happens, right? I've seen it happen over and over again, including to myself. I mean, that does happen within organizations. And they're like, oh, you know, there's this really good story over here, but maybe we just feed them this little thing. And that'll distract them. So that does happen, and I don't doubt that. But I think this idea that she couldn't work through it or she couldn't really try and forge a path forward. That's tough. I mean, she just really gave up really fast. The difference between seher and her sister in law was her sister in law went through a lot of that in the beginning you'll recall, but ultimately she just won them over,
Dr. Drew Podcast
"meghan" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Grandma's got to be young enough. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So one of the things that Sarah and I talked about on our second episode, which was we recorded right after the roe V wade overturning. We asked why it seems like conservative women who are in leadership positions are able to balance big families and big jobs better than liberal women, for instance. Seems like Amy Coney Barrett's got 7 kids. It's bewildering to me. Well, she's got to see, this has never talked about, but I think her husband has a sister who helped out a lot. And again, her husband's a partner in a law firm. He's not a stay at home dad. And the thing is that these families are trotted out. We saw this a little bit with Sarah Palin. I mean, obviously there was some dysfunction there. But they are trotted out and the conservatives love to say, well, we don't need feminism. All these feminists are complaining about how exhausted they are and the juggling act and how they can't handle anything and they're mad at their husbands and they're mad at the world, but yet these conservative women are just sort of floating along the surface like swans with their. I feel like we're solving a problem here. We need somebody from the gene pool in there. Period. It seems to be the necessary ingredient. So if you don't have grandparents right there, and I don't know why we need the gene pool even, but we do seem to need the gene pool in there. It's something about look at all the data on if somebody outside the gene pool, the incidence of abuse and everything goes way, way up if it's not from something. Something about us, that's the way we are as humans. We got to accept that and get somebody from the gym. Yeah. Doesn't have to be mom or dad evidently. And Sarah also made an interesting point, which is that she thinks, and again, I would never have thought of this because I don't have children. But she thinks that in the conservative world, the idea of sacrificing big chunks of your life in order to raise your kids is celebrated. Whereas in our circles and the coastal elites, that's considered a weakness. If you are not trying to it's a virtue where I would see it as a virtue left would see it, the elites would see it as foolish. If you're not constantly looking for ways to broaden your horizons and travel and I need to be self actualized and all these ways, then that's a weakness. So I think that was a fascinating point that she made. And so you were starting to tilt at Gen Z and how they were different. What were you going to say there? I interrupted you. I mean, it looks like, I mean, the mental health crisis in Gen Z just seems off the charts. You would know more about this than I do. And it looks like. But they could come out of that with like, hey, you fucked us up. We're going to do something different. Maybe so. I hope so. I kind of get the feeling that they've had an asshole of the things that they have found painful. The overreach, the masking, the stay at home. So maybe they'll be like libertarians. You freaked us out over what? They're sort of like, I think they're coming into reality sooner than other generations and looking around and going, oh, fuck you. Yeah? And at the same time, they have such disembodied lives. With the screen. But they're the ones learning to manage it, right? They're the ones that are going to figure out. I hope so, but I mean, I don't know if you want to talk about the gender ideology, but so much of that whole phenomenon is rooted in not being able to separate a virtual reality construct from actual reality. You think the gender stuff? Yeah, because yeah, there's a whole, there's an anime, culture around it. Oh yeah, there's an aspect to it where if gender is gender, we can think of it as a construct because so much in the world. It's just kind of the metaverse. What is real? The reason that the gender thing fascinates me, it's not because I really care what people do with themselves. I mean, obviously I care if people, if young people are being medicalized and having their body parts cut off because clinicians and adults don't know any better, that's I think that's a medical scandal. Let's just be very clear. So let me jump on that for a second and just say, yes, if the, to me, the biggest issue, and I think I've expressed this to you before, is that these are medical interventions with medical treatments, whether the surgical or medication being prescribed, therefore doctors are obliged to figure out the correct treatment for the correct patient, not one treatment for everybody with symptoms. And they have not, and I've seen them get it right. I think I've seen kids where they really get it right. And I've seen cases where they really get it wrong. So they are not there yet with selecting the appropriate treatment for the appropriate. And unfortunately, assessment has now been co opted into this idea of conversion therapy. Conversion therapy is the term that the gender ideologues use for proper assessment. And we're so allergic to the idea of conversion therapy because it has such a dark history with gay people being praying the gateway. That kind of thing. Every patient is not the same. Then the other thing for me that I have that I find, so that's why my one concern. My other concern, and this is what you were sort of talking about with all the weird fluid stuff online, is the job of adulthood, is to come up with a stable identity. And the glorification of unclear identity, and again, I'm not saying that you can't have a stable clear transgender identity. You can. Yeah. But I'm saying we're in within that. We've glorified on whatever. Fluidity. Yeah. Do you know who are you? That's part of the adult thing. And I've noticed that that has been marginalized. Becoming becoming whole becoming a person, no, that's just some old white woman. That's basic. That's white supremacy, right? Oh, that too, yes. And I am sorry, but I just think that's, you know, maybe I'm wrong, but I just think that's proper development. And I remember not having a cohesive identity. It's not comfortable. It doesn't feel good. It's called adolescence. Right. It's very miserable. And so cohesin and having a changing identity, okay. But no identity, it's whatever. I know. Well, I think one of the things that's happened is that we've confused personality traits with identity categories. So if you are this whole, for instance, now there's all these categories like asexual aromantic demisexual, go down. And a lot of the asexuals I have seen in the clinical world actually have a medical problem, particularly in the males. And so you're not allowed to first check, see if there's a medical issue first. Before you identify, let's just make sure the biology is right. You mean like low sex drive kind of thing or what? Yeah. Usually prolactin screening tumors, the pituitary gland, common syndrome.
Dr. Drew Podcast
"meghan" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Look at this like maybe borderline is extreme adolescence? That's when we look at it. You know how they sometimes say autism is extreme maleness. So maybe borderline is extreme adolescence. That is a reasonable construct. I don't know that it's an accurate scientific concept, but that gets close to real. I just thought of it right this way. I like it. Yeah. Right, chaotic relationships, unregulated, poor self concept. Drug use, impulsive. The only thing I say is different is the way they manage emotions, which is borderlines. So much projection. Adolescents don't necessarily project that much. Borderlines always project out into the world. And of course, what are we seeing right now? Oh my gosh. Yeah, yeah. I have so many borderline questions, but I know that's not what we're here to talk about. Well, okay, so what is a high functioning borderline? Because I feel like there's a sort of covert manifestation of it. Oh, for sure. High function borderline is somebody with traits and the traits can be all the borderline traits are mild traits or few traits that are intense or no tray. Very few traits fundamentally fundamentally the core of borderline gets played out interpersonally. So fundamentally, people with borderline traits have unstable relationships. You'd see that doesn't mean they can't have a marriage or can't have relationships, just fundamentally they're difficult. Secondly, unregulated or hostility. Particularly. Thirdly, sort of unstable self concept. Right. Impulsivity and then projection. Okay. All right, all right. I've got a particular person in mind, but I would have to pay you for that. And by the way, here's one of the things I want to thank Amber Heard and John. Is that the borderline suffer? It's not like they're not suffering. They're surfing a little more than the people they're making suffering. Their pain, they're making you feel. Right. You okay? So we should empathy for borderline. I do really well working with borderlands 'cause I'm deeply empathic to them. I get it. Their shit is, they'll spin me around like a top, you know, but if you can keep your feet on the ground, they're often very smart, very interesting. Creative and all that good stuff. But they'll make you feel better. Yeah, the Johnny amber thing was amazing because I was really happy that it finally forced people to talk about how women can be abusive and be emotionally abusive. So this is something that Sarah Haider and I talk about on our new podcast. So I now have a second podcast because the world needs more podcasts. Yeah, my goal is to have more podcasts. We're not just a podcast. Okay. Thank you. Okay, okay. But so yeah, so Sarah and I, we have a 20 year age gap. And we actually started with the question, we were talking about a lot of these things and we kind of started with this fundamental question. Why isn't there a female equivalent of Jordan Peterson? Okay. Great question. Yeah. And so she and I and it's interesting. I'll give her credit. She's only like 30 years old. And so she, but she still is able to think about how can nobody talks about women being abusive in relationships. And so when I was 30, when I was in my 20s, for instance, I mean, the idea that women could be abusers or like the idea of gaslighting, that's not a word we use back then. But the idea that in any kind of given domestic dispute or even domestic violence situation, that anybody but the man would be at fault, like, I don't think, I think when you're really young, it's hard to get your mind around that. If you're somebody in college and you did not, and you had a pretty normal upbringing, like your parents were not in an abusive relationship. And you just kind of go with the program and you think, okay, well, you know, women are, well, tend to be the more oppressed class, et cetera, et cetera. I would have been shocked if somebody said, you know, no, Megan, it is true that women will accuse their husbands of abusing the kids in an ugly custody battle. That does happen. Now, when I was 20, I would have said that's a terrible thing to say. That's misogynistic, et cetera, et cetera. But you go through life and you meet people and you get older and you run into all kinds of people and you're friends get divorced and you just see the world and you start to understand these things and I think one of the things that happens is that the online, the social media discourse is controlled by people with very little, I would say life experience, they like to call it lived experience, but that's actually heavy. Lived experience is the opposite of life experience. But think about this. Tell me more. Well, because they love to say lived experience, but that really just means that's just anecdotal evidence. But it's even sort of narrower. It's like right now. My experience. At this moment. My experience as opposed to what have I learned from life. Right. Yes. It's like on the station right now. I mean, if anything, history and philosophy and psychology has taught us, you should constantly be skeptical of your own loop. Yeah, which I am. The older you get, the more I doubt that I even exist, right? Then you just sort of cancel yourself out. That's right. But no, so I really, the Amber Heard thing was amazing because it forced all of these people to people who were really paying attention to say, okay, this isn't abusive person. This is they're both complicit in certain ways. But she's really. Well, here's what I thought was important to bring to light that I hope people got from it. There was a little more subtle. Which is that people don't get that memories are extremely inaccurate. Oh yeah. And experience is not even just the memory, which is a level of distortion, but the immediate experience as you walk away from it can be highly distorted. Johnny distorts it because he was wasted, or in withdrawal. Amber distorts it because borderline severely distort experiences. I can't tell you how many times I was in a room with a patient. Walked out and the patient reported something, it just didn't happen. Why I never go in alone. I always have a female nurse who can laugh with me at whatever insanity they report, they believed happened in the room. I mean, really insane stuff gets reported. And they believe it. That's what they experienced. They experienced some sort of weird touching or sexual abuse or some horrible attitude on my part or I'd yelled at them or things that just didn't happen. And that's their experience. And then memory distorts it even more. And that's what amber was a good example of she would just completely distorted everything because you could see the evidence didn't support her experience or her memory. And there's a whole field of just eyewitness reports that shows how badly a normal person reports what they eyewitnessed. You wear that world. Oh, yeah. Oh, you mean these studies? Oh yeah, that eyewitness accounts are very unreliable. Completely distorted. But it's even in the setting of borderline or drug use, it's even more distorted. So both of them are severely distorted. And that, why we can't deal with that, I don't know. This whole belief everything everybody says is just way out there. Now it's believed the evidence. Not believe everybody. It's believed the right people. Leave the right kinds of people. The right box checking. And then the other thing, as you mentioned, divorce, then the way family law courts are set up, you are almost required to lie. The attorney just sort of tell you what to say. And so people distort and lie horribly and divorce courts, and then even if they're resistant to saying the things that the attorney wants them to say, they start believing it. Right. They start convincing themselves it happened. Oh yeah, no. The number of divorces that could have been not amicable, but more amicable than they were, if not for. I did. I did a documentary called divorce corp, where we got into it. We examined it a little bit. It's bad. It's bad. Anyway, so let's go back to a special place in hell. Tell me more about it. Well, we just we started it in late June. Sarah hader, she is, like I said, she's that. She's only 30 years old. She has a really interesting background. She's originally from Pakistan. She immigrated to the U.S. to Houston actually when she was 7 and she grew up very religious in a Muslim family and then she was actually kind of a sanctimonious little kid and teenager when she was growing up. And then she had a real split with the religion and she right after college formed an organization called ex Muslims of North America.
The Mom Room
"meghan" Discussed on The Mom Room
"On the person. And I will say when people heard that comment because I was looking at the meme and I was reading people's comments. And I Googled this, obviously, so I was looking into it. And a lot of people instantly get defensive and start attacking the fact that they have so many resources and help with their children. Which I totally understand that, but I feel like that does not make it right either. Then if you turn the tables around and say that to her, now you're doing the same thing that she did. We're just assuming that because they have the ability to have all this help and they have a lot of money and they're famous that their parenting experience is a joke or it's not difficult at all. They wouldn't have struggles. Which I don't think is accurate either, I think, no matter what someone has going on in their life, I think parenting is still difficult and everyone is going to have things that they find difficult that somebody else might not find difficult. It's very situation dependent. Also, I think what she was saying, I took the parenting comment as you're not parenting like guiding and shaping a little human, but what I think she was saying was that it's easier with one kid and now with two, it's a lot harder, which fair enough, I get that. But to say having one kid is a hobby, it was a little much. It's a little much. Things that I think her comment was more so like, oh, when you have one kid, it's way easier. Which I disagree with completely because it's not how many children someone has. It's a million things. Besides just that, it's like, what is their support system like? What's their mental health like? What's their physical health like, do they have previous attachment trauma from their own childhood that now they're trying to work through? Their child, children, the temperament of children and babies vary so greatly. Some children are quote unquote easier than other children. What is the child's health like financially? Do they have difficulties paying the bills and getting food on the table? Their overall level of stress in life. There's so many things that would make one situation much more difficult, regardless of how many children they have. So I do think the comment was a little bit invalidating. So if I was the parent to one child and I was really struggling and then someone called it a hobby on national television, I would be super offended. And I know Meghan Markle in the past has spoken out a lot about dealing with mental health issues, and it would be the same thing if someone said like mental health issues, like you have so much money, how can you have mental health issues? You know, like completely invalidating her experience of struggling with mental.
The Mom Room
"meghan" Discussed on The Mom Room
"It is like the wild wild west over here. Hi honey. What? Yes, you can come and talk with me. Yeah, okay. See what I mean? Oh, Milo. Right? Okay, toddlers elbows. In the breast area, drives me. Nuts. I'm gonna pause one moment. And then. Okay, I have instructed my toddler that he needs to be quiet. Milo? Just quiet, okay? So mommy can do this. Okay, just whisper. Why don't you go play with your Legos? No. Okay. Anyways, today's episode I had already recorded on Monday. And I decided that I didn't like the episode. I had uploaded it. I did everything. It was ready to go. And I was like, no, I just didn't feel right. So, well, this is going well. This is going really well. I'm in a pause it again. All right, I have busted out the tablet. So we should be good to go. Are there podcast awards? Because I'm pretty sure I should get one. Anywho, this is the second solo episode I have done with Milo at home. Okay, honey, just pick one. Okay, this is going really well, okay. This is proving to be the most difficult episode I have ever recorded, but anyways, I did the whole thing on Monday. It was ready to go. I decided I didn't like it. I wasn't, I wasn't focused as if today, I'm going to be able to focus. But anyways, I wanted to re-record it and oh my God, this is terrible. All right, so the episode is about Meghan Markle and what she said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which I didn't know she had made that comment until I saw a meme on Instagram about it. And I didn't really think much of it. I was just kind of like, oh, that's an odd thing to say. Anyways. So that's what I'm going to talk about in a little bit, but first I wanted to talk about using a timer with Milo because it has been amazing. I don't know where my husband like my husband just all of a sudden started doing it for bedtime because before we put him to bed, we snuggle and we watch some of his shows on YouTube kids. Usually we watch other people put Legos together. But anyways, before we would always give him a warning, you know, okay, 5 more minutes. Okay, three more minutes. Okay, one more minute. And then we would take him to bed. But with the timer, it's been amazing. And there's usually no. Pushback from him because it's like we tell him that we're setting the timer for X number of minutes. And then we, as the timer gets closer and closer, we still kind of let him know, like, okay, there's two minutes left now. And then the alarm goes off. And we turn off the TV right away. And he just knows that it's time to go. It's so bizarre. It was funny last night. I was like, okay, ten more minutes. I'm gonna set the timer for ten minutes, and he was like, no, mummy said it for 7 minutes. And I was like, okay. So yeah, we've been using it for countdown before we go upstairs to have a bath to count down getting out of the bath to count down going to bed. And it's been amazing. So I highly recommend using the timer method we just use it on our phones..
On with Mario Interviews
"meghan" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
On with Mario Interviews
"meghan" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"Just can't get enough of my beautiful voice. This is the perfect way to take in the sermons. I'm delivering each week. The doors of the church open people. Listen to the gods on his podcast. Starting september twenty on iheartradio app apple. Podcasts awebber you. Get your podcast. Hey everyone it's meghan trainor. And our big bro ryan and we're starting podcast. It's called working on it and we're working on bettering ourselves overall as human beings. Listen you're just going to get a behind the scenes. Look at our lives. We're just regular people. Just regular people in hollywood and going for it. Episodes drop every wednesday. And we can't wait for you to listen. Iheartradio is number one for podcasts. And it's easy to see why listen to work on it on the iheart app or wherever you get your podcasts. On with mario lopez mario lopez join me now on zoom granny winning artists. My girl meghan trainor. Welcome back how are you how or so. I wanna even my big bro ryan and we're just like how tough you are. You guys are so sweet. How you doing man nice to meet you by the way brothers. How what's the age difference here. I'm a year older a year and five days old. Oh wow so minded mess around back to back right there. Yeah we god was like forty two. Yeah he's he's twenty years older than my mom says she's like we're gonna we're gonna mission. Yeah way to go. Papa trainer all right. How is it. Vena mama i haven't. I'm thinking about a chance to talk to you since is crazy. It's been the best you know. You have the greatest children ever i. I got really lucky with a sweet boy who sleeps very well so so look And i've had the best support. My family as always and i got great babysitter. My mom who doesn't wanna be called grandma but she's kelly and he's just been the best kid that's awesome. It's cool right. It's no matter what anybody tells you. It's it's it's just a home others deal when when they arise. The baby is bizarre but amazing. I like being an uncle. It's show i all the great parts of. I don't have to do too much. I don't have to change the diapers. I'm not up all night. I'd he i hang out with riley i go. I'm done. oh they can babysit. I'm like technically no because he can't change a diaper. So i i just want hand off. You know. that's the cool uncle. I get it. I totally get it. So tell me about this podcast that you guys launched working on it. What's what's it about. Essentially yeah thanks. We appreciate you letting us come on here. Talk about our new podcast called working on it. I wrote a sonko working on it which was about accepting compliments and starting to learn how to love myself. And it's something. I'm working on and every week. We'll have a new episode of new subjects that we're working on like motherhood and sobriety from my bro and what it's like to be a father for my husband and dating in los angeles or just on apps in general we're just like being very open and honest and we missed the fans and it's another way that we can reach out to them and talk to them. We definitely want to interview some fans at some point. That's awesome so a lot of relatable stuff that everyone can can sort of chime in on or learn from. Are you having guests and his so. What kind of guests. Well marley guests are our family members. especially copay like it's hard to trust humans and it's spooky and scary so that's just in general nobody general. Just keep it in the fam- but we're that's why we want. We up on my on the website. Working on pa dot com. Where you a fan can like send in a question and we'll try to bring it up. Whatever they're working all eater zoom call or video because everyone who knows me and my family is like. We're very open with each other. Like if i could had there goes my crying. I'm not crying. If i could have had them like in the hospital room with me while i was like having my c section like i would have the because koba. We couldn't do that so we're very close. And we have all these great conversations at home. And i'm like this would help so many people out there especially like with new things we're going through and ryan doesn't do therapy so this is his there there. You go well ryan. I love that you're close to the sister happened to be close with mine as well and and we actually. We love each other. But we're we're very different on a lot of things to as far as politically and stuff like that but obviously still in brother and sister have that. Unconditional love. how do you. How do you like the dynamic of Working together. I mean this is a much better job. I've been filming and taking pictures of her life for the past six years. Yeah and i think. I've reached my my limit on that failing mean. They're maxed out. Because i do joy hanging out with her and this is just it doesn't feel i work at all. It's just like talking to each other. And she just put me into a guest house. So i don't see them. That often like good. Are you out here in la. Now megan our here. We moved into a bigger home. So that i can make like way more babies but also that my brother could be a little more free but still on the compound like he's above our garage and unlike ear close and here but like you have your own space right. Don't go anywhere. I like that move. No i'm all about it. I would like to have the whole family over as well. Yeah and wait you. I didn't want to let that go by so you're already thinking more babies. Yes yeah. I'm working on my health and fitness. I'm trying to look like you. And then i want to have like triplets. That's awesome good for you good for you but by the way. Congratulations on your other. Babies signing the deal with nbc. We're both part of nbc universal. There so much are yes. I love it. I don't know what happened during my pregnancy but nbc called me and we're like we want to do a deal with you and we want you on as many tv shows that we got and i was like what a blessing. Thank you so much. I'll do whatever you say. And the first opportunities to host a cooking show top chef family style which is bizarre. Because i don't cook. But i love so much and then i got to like judge cover bands on clash of the cover bands and i love cover reds by the way. I don't mean to interrupt you but those are two things. I love food and cover band. I was supposed to be on your show. 'cause you had like say by the bell episode right but i was worth didn't you have. I know i was working on something else. And i could it good and especially with you. I was really mad. Because i was like. Oh see my girl. Megan right there and then wait a minute. The clash of the cover bands. This sounds awesome. Tell me about this. And i'm looking forward to checking this out the executive producer of the show because he worked cover bands too and it was just such a smart concept. I feel like cover. Bands of the unsung heroes. And they don't get to shine anymore but now we're giving them a platform a stage and they come to slay like they came with the entire outfit the costumes they fold so many people in the building building there was rumors. Like did you hear shares here. Today i even was like really but they look just like the icon short rate. So they'd okay so then these particular cover bands like do. It's either like like a rolling stones cover or or or share or a particular artist as opposed to a cover band. That does a bunch of different. Yeah we have a mix of everything we have. We have country queens and then we'll have like rock and we had blink one eighty two q 'cause they change their names but they shouldn't feel. It's like wink. One eighty five. I remember if it was literally like blinked to eighty one. Was it off. that's great. Oh well that's awesome all the stuff you guys going on and ryan man. It's nice to meet you. Hopefully we'll We'll meet you in person and megan can't wait to see a give you a big hug. And congratulations on. The baby is so sweet. Meanwhile listen to work it on iheartradio or wherever you.
On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show
"meghan" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show
"One or two point seven kiss. Fm bringing megan and ryan trainer. They've got a podcast called working on it with meghan trainor and ryan trainer on iheartradio. Or wherever you get your podcast. And there they are. They are looking at brother and sister. Hi ryan right. So listen ryan meghan. We're here where your were your. I guess we're ready. Go ahead and shoot what we're turning the tables. Normally we're asking you stuff. It's all on you ryan meghan. Go okay. everyone we're starting to podcast. We're brother sister. Best friends and i wrote his uncle working on it. Which is like things. I'm working on like accepting compliments and myself more and now we're becoming a mom a good mom a great mom and he's becoming. What are you ryan you. We have the same pursuit. Ryan you and i now..
Janet Lansbury Podcast
"meghan" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast
"Hi meghan thank you so for being on my show again. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here. You were one of my. I guess i think that when i started in i don't know when that was twenty fifteen. I think and i so appreciated connecting with you and you have your new book out spoiled right delaying screens and giving children what they really need. And it is dense with information. I mean this is a comprehensive book. You cover every study. That's ever been done on screen use and you also offer very helpful practical advice for two laying minimizing moving away from the dependency that i think we obviously all have unscreened these days. We all have a dependency on her right eye. And there's so much debate and so much controversy in and so much noise around it and we kind of forget some of the basics and then especially now being a parent is already a lot of stress. But now there's all these added factors kids being home and people weren't able to maybe have the child care that they were used to. And everything is just to the max right. So parents have naturally have fallen into using a lot of screens for their children. Maybe more than they wished to and some of them want to figure out a way to minimize that but still to be able to have time for themselves were. they don't feel the need to use that for entertainment every time to keep their children busy. Yes the burn out in the last eighteen months in a to be tremendous because there are those logistical things that you mentioned right like maybe not having child care or not having programs for for your young children and then there's like the broader cultural water. That were swimming in you. Know lots of conflict..
Janet Lansbury Podcast
"meghan" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast
"I think taking a breath and recognizing that the amount of stress that we're dealing with is abnormal as a society both from the election two murders that we had to witness and honored to be educated about and advocate about to a global pandemic to losing family members to worry about losing family members that level of stress. You know it's been our our nervous system in a place that it's not meant to be for a long period of time and you could see that in terms of how we've handled the pandemic as a society right so in month one were like flat mccur. We've got this really excited about everything we were going to do. At home and bt months or so later we just don't have the energy anymore at at the same level and our children's still do not have the opportunity to be vaccinated and there's a lot of controversy over what's the best way to keep them steve and just navigating through all that information is is exhausting. And just like you said you can kind of make it work for a while. I mean i can only relate this because my children are young and they don't need that kind of for me. They're all adults now. But i can only relate it to times where for some reason you know. Children were sick or it was raining and raining for weeks and it was harder to do the things that we normally wanted to do. And you can handle that as he said for a while you can rise to that occasion as a parent and say okay. Well maybe we'll do the screen thing now because you're sick and i need you to rest. I can go get you some stuff for new projects that you can play with but after a while. It's like the special time that was. I mean special not necessarily in a positive way of course but that's old we didn't know where we're gonna have to maintain it this long right right and so being able to take a breath and recognize that this is not a normal amount of stress likely that many parents have been under in the past year. And a half. And then figure out where you are on that sort of hierarchy of needs in her family. If you're still in that meeting basic physical needs scrambling making sure that you're able to do your job and your baby is fed and that's all you can do. It might be the time for reflection on your parents
"meghan" Discussed on Daily Pop
"All you guys. Let's start with some royal drama. Meghan markle's brother is coming for her. No surprise there thomas. Markle jr. is slamming his little sister in the new trailer for australia. Channel seven's big brother. Vip and he has a nasty warning for prince. Harry brother i'm the biggest brother of like told prince harry. I think she's going to ruin your life. She's very shallow all right question. Do you guys bad for meghan. Do for better megan yeah. I'm a big brother here. Big brother big brother goes on shows talks about their sister like family. They love to talk about meghan markle all day every day. This is shocking to me. I think that's terrible. It's definitely not nice. But i also feel like when they are picking these people like there's no way that Thomas markle was even a candidate to go on the show without the producers being. You're only valid if you're going to say these things about your sister and bring in that sort of drama right. I'm answering as a family. I mean for us right. It's easy for the public to say. Okay she's royalty. I don't really feel that bad for but for your own family to know that like mental health struggles you. Go through and say oh. I'm willing to do anything for these opportunities. Come on man. I mean with big brothers like that to me. That's it's low that that's low is low but there's there's been family drama with them. It's not surprising it's sad i just don't think it's okay to go like that.
Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"meghan" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
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Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"meghan" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"Yes. Welcome to open loops now. What the heck in the world is an open loop will get to that in a second you see. This is a show designed to take us away from waking reality and transport us into the land of possibility. Infinite curiosity fantasy mystery magic the hypnotic the fringe the transformationally psychological anything that provokes the imagination that causes the intellect want to escape or to learn more to dig in my goal on. This show is to bring on guests and speak for myself in a way that is designed to challenge your existing belief systems with radically unique ideas designed to stimulate your unconscious. Mind so you can step into the highest version of yourself. Because that's just what an open loop is. It's an unconscious provocation. It's the thing that makes you want to know more. It's the thing that wants you to find out the answer. When i asked what an open loop was and i didn't answer the question immediately. I opened something in your head. A space for growth. Yes we are all about chasing the loops on this show. That is my goal. And even the title of today's episode is designed to be a bit of a a provocation body warship now typically when you think of body worshiped you think of people you think edge here in the time that we culturally let this talented ginger mail and again you know ginger get a bad rap for some reason so but but yes we. We really accepted this This this Red headed Proclamation of loving your shape your figure he loved it and we let him say he loved it in. We dance to it. Maybe this is a pre cova world. Maybe maybe we don't. We don't embrace people from other nations writing bopping songs praising the shapes of our lovers we might be over that i'm not sure but the fact is the fad hasn't changed. We still look at the media. We still worship bodies now when you think about what body worship is also says on the other flip side of it. Your body is a temple. And that's more what i being today because my guest meghan jones is a holistic health coach and trainer. And yes i do bring up the superficial aspects of all of this because why not. That's that's the fun stuff to me. but meghan brealey grounded really spiritually pointing yet responses to her approach to training people definitely shattered a lot of the the trepidation. I have when it comes to getting in better physical shape and eating healthier body warship and the dow of body worship means that yes at some level unique to worship your own body and even embrace the deeper y of why you might want to worship at in this superficial way..
Dumb, Gay Politics
"meghan" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"She's you know what she's better than this. Yes she really can be better than this and we always say about megan mccain and why we why we're addicted to meghan mccain o'clock because in there in there is there is a heart in their on you know. She's constantly conflicted between like gay rights and abortion. And i'm conservative. But everyone should have freedom and yet she is constantly Straddling the line and living in an sullivan. Hypocrisy that she can't get out of yes and that's ox and we do feel for her on that and we would like to get drunk with her blackout drunk in vegas and just like talk shit about bravo people but she also tweeted a a clip of a cop. Not the lester holt. It was a comma harris during an interview in the actual northern try triangle. And she wrote that. Nervous joker laugh. It's not funny vice president and none of this is now. You're getting now. You're not only saying like to call it. A joker laugh is so gross and it is very beneath her to say that. Let's just like when you start like you're now. Having to resort to just like trump is orange insults. You know what you got it you got it except that's not what it's about before we go. I do want to say for the record. Security is listening to him now. We love you. Megan mccain and we thoroughly enjoy meghan mccain o'clock if we didn't we wouldn't show up for it every day right that's true. There are times that she's absolutely right and there are rare times when we do agree with her there. Are we even agree. With some of her tragic bugger tweets. But we don't talk about that stuff here because even broken mccain clock is right twice a day. How good has the magic screen been on the diet. It's been delicious. An awesome and amazing and hydrating. Yeah i know you're really fixated on the on the hydration material which is why it's amazing. I am now in my opioid withdrawal. Yes your knee surgery. And it i think takes the form of wanting to eat sweet things yet. Yes is very high and the thing about magic spoon cereal. The cereal period is just triggering. It's like you want something tasty on some things. We eat are dehydrated. 'cause you don't drink a ton so but the thing about magic spoon cereal is that it's good for you. It's and even though. I crave sugar in my withdrawals in my sobriety. It has actually zero grams of sugar right. But it just gives you sweetness. Yeah i don't know. Apparently they're using a magic spoon. They take a spoon and they put it in magic and sprinkle it on the magic spoon. Cereal and it's so good it is magic. It has thirteen to fourteen grams of protein and only four grams of carbs in each serving. If you're counting carbs tell you. But that's what they do. Only a hundred and forty calories disturbing. I need to say full disclosure. I eat at least three and a half servings per time you know still it's like you're on to die but that's still not very many calories. It's not that many calories and it is really feeling it just really filling. Its kito friendly gluten free grain free soy free low carb and gmo free. We're not trying to fox with the gmo's. i mean. i can tell you when. I found out one night here late night when we were just like totally like cracked out that i looked at beer after i drink entire twelve pack and i found out that a lot of local beers are made with corn. And you know you know. The corn is jim. I just can't with gmo's i really can't. I'm that is a huge selling point for me. The thing that this has zero sugar taste like sugar and has no. Gmo's yes. i mean obviously s tastes like every childhood cereal. That you were obsessed with in your mom wouldn't let you. Have you know what i mean. That's what keeps me in this relationship and you have to be eating protein after you work out or it's like if you do a workout of any kind even cardio and you don't eat protein right after it's just kind of a waste it's like your muscles are just you want your muscles to build up. And that's that's the way you burn fat and it's just how it works and this is easy to have starve yourself till you work out and then be like the minute. I'm done with the stupid workout. I'm going and eating a full bowl of magic spoon. And then you just treat yourself right after but it's not a tree it's healthy for you right when you're done working out which is so so great in fact is making me wanna work out. That's the only reason. I'm working on now because i get to eat magic spoon after and you can do it too and all you need to do is go to magic spoon dot com slash dumb gay and remember. Use the promo code dumb gas checkout and you'll save five dollars off of your order now. I wanna say really quick that they do deliver to canada. Just leave this in. I don't know if our promo code will work for canada but it used to and sometimes it does sometimes it doesn't you just you gotta order a bundle but i wanna shout out. Hernan romero okay. He emailed us on our patriotic podcast. In twenty twenty he said while. I love.
News Radio 1190 KEX
"meghan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Meghan Markle? In a bid for president a supposed to how Tucker Carlson does against the Oprah Winfrey. Why did they even ask these questions while they did and I'll have the answers for you coming up like now they're reminds me. I get this obnoxious news for you from Yahoo news, and sometimes it's interesting. Sometimes there's stuff we can use for the show, so I'll click on it. They had this article over the weekend. That just stated Tucker Carlson was a white supremacist. I mean, this is an allegedly a news article. Tucker Carlson, who frequently uses white supremacist rhetoric. Wow. Oh, yeah, because you're the sole arbiter and judge of what is white supremacist and you get to just declare it without, by the way, backing it up in the article. I know you didn't wanna talk about this. We'll talk about it in depth later, but the It was that The New York Times Washington Post and NBC all had to retract a Rudy Giuliani giant headline this weekend. So big front page splash. She gritty Giuliani headline That turned out was one unnamed source. And they had say No, We got a completely wrong but they get to always call Fox. You know, fake news. So, uh, what's his name on the buzz yesterday that I like. What's his name? How no media Buzz Howard Kurtz was pointing out. It's It's not that Fox doesn't get things wrong or shade things. But what can we just get to the point where we all recognize the other networks? Do it, too? Yeah. Who doesn't? MSNBC doesn't New York Times does. It's not just Fox. Right, right. So listen there. What is it? The Chinese or the Eskimos or the Navajo? Or somebody doesn't even have a word for problem. All they have is the word opportunity. Something about crap I know forever. Whatever. Turns out, they got plenty of words for them when you got a dumb language If you don't have a word for problem your words you need more words. Yeah. Come up with one. It is hard problem anyway, eh? So we took Friday off little three day weekend. You know it was sick. Well, Yeah. You were sick. I took sick. Don't know what we have. We have a third guy Goodman. Thank you, Dr Carter. We have a third of the year gone, and we've taken like 1/10 of our vacation. The math does not work. This is not good. I'm very tense anyway. S O. Since we missed Friday, Sean had gone to all the trouble of preparing clips of the week or cow is we affectionately call it this runs. A two beginning room or less of our one of the show. If you're usually listening, live around this time, and then we do it again with some enhancements Hour four of the show,.
The Cave of Time
"meghan" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Everyone's paying attention to the the monarchy like. Oh what's going on bubble. And i don't i don't think the princess our sorry prince harry addressing as a nazi was beneficial to the royalty dolly beneficial. Because it makes it makes it makes the monarchy seem relatable. Oh they've got rules later. Okay and then. Everyone's like on the on the tip of their seats all look at these look at these. How does this go. Do you think that that was staged as well that there was a handler. That said it's not. It's not like a stage that stage but it's like it's like okay like how can we spin. This house is beneficial is because like. When when when prince harry's emberley a nazi like okay. What do they do. They put him out later. Where he's he's running all these charities and shit and and what are they do this. All you went from the bad boy to the good boy like okay transition. He's seems to me that like there's the exact same amount of evidence and in fact in fact it would be more likely that that one singular event was stage than this older bockel was staged. You're saying that both are beneficial to the royal family. Both have this positive media impact and positive way of keeping people relevant. Why do you say that prince. Harry's costume was not staged but Markle's sooner age. I'm not saying why do you think stage. And why do you think that that wasn't staved. Well it just. It just seems like okay. So prince harry had rough a rough time about in the media about time wintering him good made the made the royal family of look good. They rehabilitated his image. He he became this guy. Who was just in afghanistan fighting the wars and blah blah blah blah blah and. Then he became the guy who was getting all these likes supermodels and bubba. He's dating this beautiful actress. Everything goes well. oh she's a little black. What did we do okay. How can we capitalize on this. Oh well there's tension engine in the raw family so everyone's like oh. Let's oh look at this tension. Let's pay attention to it. Look at the tension that's going on. It's something exciting. Something new because what. What was the panel. If i'm like we're talking about puppet master stuff. If i'm doing a puppet master thing i want meghan markle to be treated poorly by the british public and then the british monarchy is leading the way by accepting this person of color to the upper echelons of power where the public is is racist and rude and now we need to look up to the monarchy. No no no you're missing. You're missing the redemption story. Man you gotta go back before you can go forwards you're got to fall into the depths of the terrible awful s of racism. All we were so raises. And then you get the redemption story you come back and you're like yeah. We were bad we did all this. And then it just wipes the slate clean of all the fucking terrible racist nazi shit that you were involved in never loves.
The Cave of Time
"meghan" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Christ all right. So i got that up for the audience. Ready to go now. You could start at like thirty seconds. I guess thirty seconds okay. Thirty seconds starting. Now you'll likely find yourself eight feet under. Yes he is the billion dollars eight hundred. I'm just as this guy number ten medina's chainsaw diary of a mad black woman. You are non seizing but like get positive right now. This is like a really big in the black community with the united. Yes this is. I'm shocked shocked that you had you heard of this war. No i've never heard of this before he started looking up the meghan markle episode. I no idea like. I heard it tyler. Perry but i thought he just did. I don't know. I thought he was like Martin lawrence or asia pal or something. I had no idea. We'll keep going with fifty seconds starting now. No i'm not leaving but you who needs a divorce. When your grandmother is the herbal her granddaughter's marriage falls apart medina takes helen into her home and gives her marital advice and marital advice from medina is. Just what expect it to be demanding that helen's former husband give up fifty percent of his belongings. Again for the audience. What madonna is. If you're not familiar and you can see it on screen it's a A guy dressing opposite grandmother and it's kind of a very. Would you say stereotypical black grandmother. Yeah i would say it's a billion dollars. This character is the billion dollars. This this guy is built a media mogul of this. I knew i knew i knew. I made a lot of money off of this. But i honestly would have been shocked if you said it was more than like one hundred million let alone a billion jesus billion billion dollars and also all on this is also the guy so like. They're talking about tyler. Perry tyler perry brought you to his house and gave us personal security. And they're like yeah. Thank god for tyler. Perry he so i assume like meghan. Markle was friends at tyler. Perry somehow through being actress and they hooked up the situation. Whatever whatever whatever avenue.