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Fresh update on "megyn" discussed on Players Talk Live!
"That's what my favorite guys diaz. Come when everything he you know see social media platforms. It was a guy that i looked up to generation so so i got of respectful. You know he's one of my favorite athletes in the world So to see that look on his face you know in an interview about about the lack of resources. That's at acc news. Another problem with that you know h. I didn't attend hec you but you know i have family members that it's an ac's. I got friends that have you know. And and they've developed some great people you know. Our hosts chat allen was proud of an hvac. And you see how great he is so so there should be resources in things in place for these young men. Megyn i tell you. Man i i. I totally agree tom. Determine you gotta understand. We've form reform. Dvd's man we'd db's our hearts will always be there. Salem mass is on the mac daddy to be be alarmed on man. I know the but the species have developed a student athletes for years with his hall of fame Before we had opportunity to ten powell fives Like eric said i. I am a a acu stu netflix. Morehouse college For a long time. I think just recently as part of winning his class day so understand changing culture going to a place where they were known for winning but in a few allies certain Athletes together with a certain mindset and coaches. you had some great things because I was coach by some some some legendary coaches that have played in. Nfl who had the experience. Where you know been coached by. Eddie robinson grambling You know some some some some young guys who at the end of the day. That's all they had at the time But as things got better and you had opportunities. They were then restricted to the athletes that they had accessibility to because of the belgian whistles. That the pwi's but if they could find the right guy for their culture they also can show you that they can win. Even to this day remains to be seen. But i think bill all willett win jackson state but as i mentioned the episode two of season two that week we didn't have a fancy plane. Rise like you did. Article or tommy. We didn't compete for the national championship. The we we couldn't even go into. Ncaa play offs We had option of going to a bowl game or go into the playoffs before us the resources we we can't even afford to make that run to chase the ncaa National champs throw the ball game was more reward for us At that point because of lack of resources so and chat. I wonder i wonder played a snippet really fast. Let me know if you guys can hear this. I'm gonna just play a little bit because this is just wanna add to your point. Okay check this out to is unacceptable to.
How to be Two Ways strong: Dreamtime science and finding yourself
"I'm am bob. I'm from kabul queensland coming away from queensland knowing anyone down he coming down here obama self. I was a little bit like nervous anxious about what was going to happen. I can elect make friends. 'cause i'm a little bit shy but eventually i mean caitlyn now i'm caitlyn. I'm from leading new south. Wales was really awkward at first meeting. New people are being part of a big crowd is really scary. Say i'm tony adamson. I'm a student at the university of adelaide studying a bachelor of science in wildlife conservation. Biology to yanni attained his cantonese ago as a year. Ten student herself in it triggered this enormous event in her life. Afterwards which you'll hear about next week but as a mentor he. She's living with this bunch of smart fifteen year olds who all applaud from right across australia to be here. Artem land to adelaide kabul cha to coffs harbour and for some of them. This is going to be the first time they surrounded by this many other indigenous people there i night. Some don't have much knowledge about their indigenous heritage. In fact how would you describe what feeling students have when they first arrive at this camp. Yeah definitely Nervous unsure of what to expect a lot of them are feeling a little bit vulnerable especially vulnerable in their cultural identity. I love it. I love my culture. Much like those a lot that i need to learn. I'm katie nugent. Catherine megyn i'm from queensland and just the feeling like when i'm on land when i'm with people who have a close connection to the land i just feel something as it's pride is like a really warm like feeling like i belong kind of thing and i want that connection. I don't know scott the feeling like it's only my stomach. It's a good feeling. I have a certain but it makes me eager to learn about my own culture and like we from two. When i can imagine that many of the students that you're working with don't necessarily feel a strong connection to culture yet. That's a really powerful emotion. Orange provocative question. A lot of us do know that we've lost our metro part of our culture. Ghana elda rosemary. Wang inane is here to support the students through the next nine days in her role as a cultural later on born. Fifty five psalm. Sixty three. And i can't speak language. I was born into policies that was about assimilating and being raised on missions and reserves way you contained and controlled to be manipulated soccer logically to deny your aboriginality and your cultural beliefs concert understandings and practices today. Rosemary runs heroin company which she calls the australian institute for loss and grief developing a model for healing based on her own experiences of being dislocated from her culture or congo. We missed business. I can't do ceremonies. can't practice sorry business in a traditional way so it goes back to. What do we mean as average people. What do we mean by culture. Because pre seventeen ninety eight the traditional culture very powerful structured wise of of living and being for thousands of years post civil tonight in saw it was part of that so so what. I didn't learn why can't teach my children what children can teach my grandchildren. It this program here with these kids there. My grandkids generation. That no even this than me. Yeah we've got a responsibility to these young was. Do i think talk about. What do we mean by culture because we're living in a very very continue sitting now and that's what makes aboriginal summer school for excellence in technology and science run by the sea siro unique this intimate blending of culture with science indigenous science to two way learning aboriginal people in australia have been practicing science and scientific method for sixty thousand and eighty thousand one hundred thousand. Since the first son came we have been practicing the scientific methods through medicine through nutrition through architecture through agriculture through physics through astrophysics and it really is quite accurate when people describe acids the first scientist said what we were doing now it may not have been the language of western science that we're so used to hearing about now but it's undeniable that it was science and practicing the scientific method
"megyn" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Was a fan of as a child that i get to interview as an adult and it's even cooler if they're listener of the show. That's always that moment where they're a fan of yours and you were along a fan of theirs I'll close. Because i know you have other things to do How're your kids. How's your husband. And what do they think about this. Whirlwind of the last five years i think for acting you know my family is great. Thankfully and i've said this to particular not not to be sexist. But i think women have a particularly great poll to be with their children as they're growing up They're they're better. Like i was looking at my family unit recently thinking it's really well it's healthy and my kids are well and my relationship with my husband is great and like my kids. Behavior is good in the family. And it's very much intact and i thought you know what like it wasn't always as good when i was at the kelly file not seeing my children any day monday through friday and always stressed out. Always i mean like that was the toughest thing about the trump time but then roger ailes things that happen. You mentioned that bombshell movie. Which in large part depicts the events correctly. It was very stressful. And you know you try not to bring that home your family. But i'm only human and Now unhappy and i've been with them. you know. i left fox in january of seventeen. My kids were seven. Five and three. So i hadn't missed it and i've been totally present for it and It's awesome you know. I'm not you know. It's got a downside. It's not like i don't need to go a twenty four seven but i do need to be present and i'm enjoying it. They're enjoying me. I just think like sometimes that little voice in the back of your head saying you need to fix it not seeing them enough room you to listen to all our via followed your career. I've felt like. I have a very good understanding of what drives you in what we have seasons in our lives right and and as a young woman you were extremely ambitious and then you achieve this and this happens to many women this happened. My wife was rick. Perry secretary of state at the very time that our kids needed her most and that's why she she was happy to come home afterwards. There is that moment where you get it all especially as a woman you get it all and then and then everything's in place and the kids are going great. Mommy but could you just spend more time at home. And then there's this crashing of the times so you have to take a few years off there and you know may maybe. That was the season you've been in in. You're ready to engage. It's totally understandable. That's exactly right. And but re engage in a way that works for my life. you know. i'm the podcast studio is in my house. I can do it when i when it works for me and my family and i'm raising production company..
"megyn" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"So. Brian kilmeade The henry kissinger fox. News what he arranged the meeting and trump took it and I went in there by myself as soon as i walked into his office to give me a big hug. He was completely gracious and I did not apologize to him for anything i had done. And he did not apologize to me and that was fine. I just basically said you gotta stop announcements. It's over one question you know. I'm fair way. More fair than the vast majority of any other journalists out there. Let's move on ways. He was totally willing to do it. I mean the discussion was off the record. But all i can tell you is that he was. He was totally gracious. Magnanimous charming You know don't take this wrong affectionate in a nice way. I got the was was there. I know you said it's off the record. But was there a moment in the middle to use your phrase where you said dude you talked about my period. Was there a moment where you said come on you got you got gotta admit that was kind of below the belt. No i didn't. I didn't want to get into that. And it's funny 'cause we didn't interview afterward and the left losses. That's where i lost the left. When i went and talked to trump and sort of try to make up with him and then and then did an interview of him. That didn't emerge with jugular. And i just. I refuse to get into all those tweets in the interview. I mentioned one. You know come on be asked any owned it And that's what the left wanted me. They wanted to see me. Kill him that you were in the position to do. I've always sensed before during after all of that. And based on what you've written and said that to use your word affectionate and i. That's not a romantic term. There was almost a a strong mutual respect. Between the two.
"megyn" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"I might need it for popularity. I would have changed it. I just find that to be an interesting irony that not many people. And maybe not even you would recognize. I see a point. I think look number one. There's no question that some of the court trump supporters think know based on that nine months of his tweets and so on that somehow him And while i say to you honestly again. I wasn't particularly enjoying him. During that time i think if you went back and looked at my reporting you'd find it fair So that's that is true. But i also note for the record that during that entire time my ratings only went so all in our ratings were basically from republicans independent. So it's it wasn't democrats watching. It was our base so it may have been ticked off at me. But they weren't leaving me and i do think that that's in general even instinctually. Republicans aren't canceled culture minded. They just they get mad at you pissed but they're not. You're not cancelled you know. They're just sort of they're gonna watch you begrudgingly or they're gonna turn you off for a week and then they're gonna come back. He thought in their nature to cancel and boycott. It's just in my experience doesn't seem to be the way. Republicans handle anger or upset. There's a lot greater sense of fairness you were part of fox news at at an apex of influence and certainly passion from The republican base. And you left. Obviously the movie bombshell comes out your your sort of portrayed by charlotte stare and i know you said that you weren't really a part of that movie. There was the roger. Ailes problem that you've you've been clear about there. Were some issues. There were a lot of changes made would is your relationship. And what are your thoughts on fox. News today I.
"megyn" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Wasn't there and frankly how long the president was given prove it. 'cause the truth is he didn't have much time and i think that's smoke has been exposed that we should take a hard look to see that. There's no additional fire. If there was one this time you've also been not just with regard to to trump. You've been very hard in clear. That media is not being fair an honest in the way they come cover a number of issues. The jacob blake case out of kenosha wisconsin as well Again you you said that's not just limited to trump and trump delusion syndrome but when a case like that can't be clearly covered. Is there any hope what is what is the solution It's a very good question One of the reasons. I got off my couch right because i i left. Nbc it was not a nice exit. It was traumatic. And i sat for a while and my couch. No i thinking what the hell does that right like what what happened. And then after. I got past that phase. Got to d like. Maybe i'll just be a lady of leisure. Pass it on my couch. While like take up tennis. As piano lessons it was horrible. I couldn't do it. I you know like the mobster who tries to get out and they keep pulling your but the thing that got me off. My couch was crazy. Lunacy when it comes to cancel culture and the misrepresentations that the media was making these cultural issues that we started to bandy about the incessant navel-gazing on our lady parts in our pigmentation and the the resorting to every turn to try to divide instead of unite us on things that don't matter right my lady parts. Don't matter to me. I i'm finding a woman. Love being a woman recommended highly. But i want to be seen as a reporter and a human right. I don't want to be known for for this stuff. I discussed with my obgyn And i just think. We've gotten shane on.
"megyn" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"It was trump's of screw him. What about criminal justice reform. I'm not totally on board with that entire thing. Because i'm more prosecutorial minded usually but i understand it merits you'd think would be jumping down. Celebrate him for pushing that through working with van jones to get it done what he's done in the middle east. You know. I mean it's like incredible. Had no one cares about the progress we've made in the east and israel. He avoided war with north korea. He got us out of the iran. Deal the paris accords which would have been crippling small business. The rollback of regulations which only us economy prior to the kobe shutdown. I could go on you. Can you can not the hat to some of the good. all of. that's done without endorsing. Some of his language and more colorful tactics is trump delusion syndrome. The reason journalism is dead or will it continue after trump. It'll continue its over journalism. Said it's not coming back. There's no is it because they've become so biased toward the left and they can't move back towards the right. Yeah that's the thing it's it's not. Just trump trump was a symptom. Not because he was the one who finally exposed them for what they were and those paying attention. Those on the right had seen it for a long time because it's their point of view that gets diminished treated with disdain. You know the barack obama bitter clinger's comment right clinging to their guns better with their guns and god well that was very revealing of how many on the left and in the media but i repeat myself feel about the right half of the country and It's better to know it's good to know and trump one of the gifts he gave. The country was to completely strip them veneer of objectivity show through. They really are and so now people there. There's no no fair minded person could ever look you in the face. Say chris cuomo and don lemon straight news anchors who give it to you straight right please. No one believes that anymore. And that's a good thing you were at fox for a number of years. She were at nbc for several years. You have a lot of friendships in media in hollywood in entertainment. How many how many conversations do you have with folks who call and say megan after what donald trump did to you. You're out calling other folks fake news. You're a harsh critic you're saying journalism is dead. You know they're doing. You're doing to them what he did to you. How often does that conversation had. Why are you helping trump.
"megyn" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"How how will you answer. The charge by the democrats were to nominate the first female presidential candidate that you are part of the war on women given your language about women and your behavior in the following like in other words the democrats are gonna hit you with this and the republican party going to have to deal with it. If you become the nominee was that true or wasn't it the exact question you've called women you don't like fat pigs. Dogs slobs and disgusting animals. Does that sound to you. Like the temperament of a man we should elect as president. I'll tell you. I was not in any way. Surprised by your question Be being a frequent viewer of your show I was surprised by the president's response. And i think that was the moment to me that i saw the support for trump and the willingness as he later said to be able to shoot somebody on fifth avenue and get away with this sort of and i think a lot of that came from frustration over the the obama administration. That here was a guy that we're not going to disqualify him for what he says for better or for worse. We're with him no matter what that's who he is and i think that was the moment that all of america saw power of his brand and the degree of loyalty that he commanded. I don't disagree with that. I think there was that. And then just prior to that there were the comments about john mccain. Who weren't captured. He's not a war hero that that exchange prior to that for a republican presidential candidate to to criticize a war vet pow that would have been unheard of and that also didn't shake his numbers. But i understand why people reacted the way they did. I think what troubles telegraphing. And i thought he answered the question just fine. You know who's actually answer the questions. Like what i say is what i say. That was good. He's basically saying. I'm in screw you and that's how i'm gonna handle this and that's a perfectly acceptable response. You know i'm saying how are you going to handle it. The charge at your part of the war on women and people were going to question your temperament because comments like and he's saying when i say is what i say if.
"megyn" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Is megan kelly. She needs no introduction to our audience. You may not know that. She has begun. Podcast call the meghan. Kelly show and we'll talk about that meghan. You've interviewed a lot of people including vladimir putin donald trump obviously privately and publicly on air and lot of others. But when you're being interviewed is that something you look forward to or is it something that you're self conscious because you spend so much time asking the questions rather than answering. I'm enjoying it more and more. I'm sort of in the business now. More of sharing my opinions. I have two cats. And so. I'm i'm just enjoying not having to be so careful about what i say. And kinda just let rip. So i would say the same way. Dana perino once told me that she crossed over from wanting to be the one talking about the news. You being the one asking the news. I feel like i might be having the opposite. Well we'll talk about that in a moment The question that you asked that was written as megan kelly in the question that changed her life forever. You talked about that being Being the subject of the story like an alice through the looking glass moment in that takes us back to the question that you ask of donald trump and of course his reaction during the first debate And that date was. I had it in front of me. It was back in august. Two thousand five hundred sixty thousand fifty six. I was reading in august seventh report. The question that changed her life forever. did that. change your life forever. i think it did. Yeah actually he did. I mean it was All the weird fall out. And how mad trump god and you know it's just it was such a crazy reaction to what was obviously a tough question but no tougher than the ones i had for carson scott walker. I mean they all got it right in the face that night. The presidential debate But you know trump being trump into thing and then it was a thing for nine months. 'cause when he was like a dog with a bone and It just weird stuff happened is security threats and.
James Chapman VP and GM of Music and Wearables at Qualcomm on The Opportunities of Aippods
"We just published the hereby consumer adoption report so been knee deep in this for a while a of late We just did a national consumer survey and October so we have really recent data. We put out a report. But i've been tracking this space in depth for years now in fact we had some some really early consumer survey data back in twenty eighteen. Sort of an early part. We talk about voice assistance. But i'm interested in the heroles or the your true wireless earbuds space just in general and i think it's really of high interest to my audience. Who are starting to wake up. To the fact that there's a lot of these devices is beyond The smart speaker and particularly the smartphone is really interesting but the smartphone without oils. Earbuds isn't really that interesting. I think for a lot of these stations. So so it's great to have you on You know given your background. But why don't we start out. Give people a little bit about your background. So obviously you're at qualcomm overseeing the highly relevant group but How did you get involved in this. You're a physicist by training. So did you always know you're going to be working at the silicon level Complete accident i stumbled into it. Come touchscreens graphics. Engines view listeners. Who who were at the raspberry pi on some of the silicon and the the blocks. I was some great colleagues on. I joined came to the radio. Cbs walls in two thousand thirteen Whole range of stuff they did. And of course of the full front was him. I think about point people realizing just just has special wireless soldier could become interrail realize why half the wise you you can get it. Wirelessly period of time as the asahi required by qualcomm's fantastic the engineering expertise of call common the breadth. The payers is just amazing. we megyn from day. One started looking around a digging around through the libraries finding while they have put into our new silicon. Which when i sing sing in the market now on very luckily very very privileged for me. I find myself running the voice music. Wearables business units Anything in this because wrapped around your wrist watch would would come with me and my team so very exciting place to be. A change is happening. Could well you've seen this. This industry grew up. Because i think he started Or very early in your career. You're working broadcom as well so you have. You've seen this over a number of years. Yes yes a lot of a lot of things going on but the the thing i think is amazing i think let me be a little bit brutally honest which perhaps he's unwise on these these accounts but if i look at t twelve twenty thirteen what was a headphone while it was. Maybe it was your little your little more headset. When you a hands free in the car maybe you put it on reached rounded back to get it when you listen to music but you know what else was it And then he looked. Today is small is wireless. Earbuds is in your pocket. It loss for hours and hours and hours know if you will when travelling very much. The moment travelling public transport rounded the big cities. You're more likely to see people with their butts in the with on. I think that's that's tremendous because it goes from a device that you you go and search out when he wants this to music device that you always have with you always have was literally on you On the processing and the silicon capability will put the interests devices. Means they are that they're becoming a was a bit like films becoming a real augmented piece of piece of hardware. You've got what you all the time offering you love. yeah. I i think it's if you go back to like twelve or thirteen. I think maybe i would add. I think i had like a set of bose or monster headphones. That i was listening to. So in those those would had some noise cancellation capabilities and in quality audio at us mostly just on the plane maybe occasionally at all I believe back in that period. Maybe a little bit. Before that. I had maybe a blue headset I've had a couple of job or heads that i would use. I would swap out if i was going to make a phone call so i had these multiple things. Those were pretty amazing and actually had this blue ant that actually had voice control. I could do a voice input like us a number but you had all these speed dials. You could use So and just to think about where we are today with the different solutions in the market. It's it's really been tremendous Just the the miniaturisation and the fact that we can have really high quality solutions all day. Long now i'm wearing some some bose headphones right now. Which i use to record because i like the way that it isolates me and sort of keeps all the back. Out nice microphones does all the gate and everything But throughout the day. Mostly i i have earbuds at and i have all different sorts and I use them for listening. But i use them for voices system. I use them for a lot of zoom meetings and conference calls. I think it's i think. Behavior has shifted. Maybe more in this space than any other over the last five or six years. I think when. I look at the what's driven it number. One is power consumption so if you look at our latest arrange of chips the fifty one hundred series. Thirty hundred series. We worked very hard last two or three years. The power time So it's it's you know two three four times less power than walls if you go back twenty sixteen seventeen. I'm what what what does that do. Well the battery get smaller ranch and the irony here you can shrink the battery and you can get the The lifetime to go so rather being maybe two three hours four hours. Maybe maybe more with a really big set of cans that easy work and i can put them in you. Ranked game four five six seven hours repair via but so it's not. It's not a kind of a concern that you you're going to use them. Use them up in the back in the case. And what am i gonna do. Can i rely on for a long time and the smooth and ally white and that does driven so fascinating things so number one given that i can put mine in my knees do i won't say yes potentially for for this bill. So now you know the voice ui. I'm won't once. I can wear them knocking tire and auto uncomfortable rival interface. I can go talk to the voice assistant. Thank goodness you know the the google's now's this wilted did all they did but the voice assistance have come alone. Am i living those feature films. I'm sitting there with this thing. In my ear unobtrusive comfortable lightweight. How gonna worry about the power On on yes. I'm getting this voice. She why we were very very closely with the likes of arizona. Google to make sure that we meet requirements. We got the right things you make it available to to our customers to end consumers so very exciting change in terms of the power consumption a low power we achieve allowing you to wear them all the time of the ones. He just wouldn't do it on. Be comfortable and then suddenly you've got this option to have a very exciting interface. You didn't have before to a lot of information through through the voice interface.
"megyn" Discussed on The Editors
"NBC They'd see I was the same person ever was I defended trump many times. When he was attacked by some of my colleagues during the state of the Union. The cavenaugh hearings I, one hundred percent was condemning what what the or what the Democrats were doing to him. All of the alleged victims, I knew their stories forward and back and I would correct the anchors when they would misstate the facts and how many sexual assault allegations there were against. Brecca, have enough so and so forth. But that doesn't win you any fans with the left wing and the right wing isn't really watching. No I don't think there's going there for their news. So look it was not a good fit and that's my fault I should've thought that through more I. You know rich I was looking around I needed to leave Fox there was no question in my mind I had to go. Now because of its editorial but because of my life. I had at the time. My kids were seven, five and three. I wasn't seeing them Monday through Friday. It was awful and my and my little Guy Thatcher I hadn't seen him Monday through Friday from nine weeks old because that's when I went. That's when we launched the Kelly file. And it was so crushing crushing I was in tears all the time listening. My husband tells me the stories at night. We'd go to bed if a sick kid came in, they'd go to Doug side not mine. Yeah, little things like that. To Work No, it isn't I don't care who says that's sexist I don't care. And and on top of it, my work environment was terrible. The Cable News is a snake pit especially primetime and I was loathed by some people internally because the Roger thing trump was still causing trouble my life I had armed security guards following me around all day because. psychos were coming out of the woodwork to threaten me and my family had to go to Disneyworld with an armed guard. All all this. It was. Like why am I doing this? There's no amount of money that is worth this I have no joy. I remember saying to to Doug and might also my friends if I signed another deal here I'm going to get cancer. I I've got to go and when looking for an off ramp all he really wanted with someplace I could still do the news and raise my family. And I looked around, it was like and I'm not going to go to CNN that was clear. ABC didn't really want to go to like be the junior anchor on good morning. America just whatever. So I'm looking around thinking I'm not sure but NBC's I care. You can have your own show and you can do a newsletter Sunday night show and you can be home by one o'clock in the afternoon done. I didn't spend enough time thinking about fit. So I'm I'm grateful I got out. I'm grateful I the off ramp for me and grateful for the people I met. There are a lot of great people work inside that building, not all of them and. I was certainly a learning experience. I'll tell you that. So let's let's let's broaden out us So first of all metoo movement, you consider it a success something in between. How do you rate how it's changed things? I have mixed feelings on it. I think it's very good that people like the guys I named before were dethroned. The world is better off women are better off not having guys like that in the positions they were in. So I applaud that piece of it, I think it got weaponized against people like Brad Kavanagh. And that completely gutted. Gutted when people were holding up signs believe all women at at the Cavanaugh hearing. I felt like it was over that was the end of me too because they politicized it no one in their right mind believes we should believe all women women are humans and capable of lying. Hello Julie Sweat Neck Hello, Duke Lacrosse, and. They completely reverse themselves when our re came forward against Joe Biden I didn't hear anybody saying believe all women then and in fact, Joe? Biden himself had said believe all women and did a one eighty. So please spare me and the other the other thing that I objected to was People started. It's sort of morphed from. Don't don't grab women at the office don't condition. Promotions on sexual favors don't lace every conversation with a woman who works for you with sexual innuendo that kind of thing into. It somehow abusive to ask somebody to work on Saturday he just. morphed into this thing where people felt. Any any criticism at work was somehow both being and oppressive and. I can't break that I just think that's absurd. Men are afraid to. Pay You any sort of a compliment to hold the door open for you. It's ridiculous and on top of that rich. I worried that it's gone so far that now men who are at the top and they still are at the top they controlled mostly corporate America. They're scared. They don't WanNa hire a woman in the C. Suite offices because one allegation can ruin a brilliant thirty year career. And you may not like it but that's the truth and so it's not that I wish the me too movement didn't happen but there have been real consequences to it not all of which are good. And how the media environment generally I mean, we have this bizarre situation where we obviously haven't unreliable narrator in in the White House you know, we see examples that almost every day but then we we have a media that just very often is hysterical and over the top than unreliable itself..
"megyn" Discussed on The Editors
"Yep Is it how how accurate is it? Well I, mean in terms of my own personal story. Largely accurate. Largely accurate I. Think clearly, they cribbed from my book settled for more which is okay but I wasn't with my permission. But. I. Think. The caricatures of Fox are off this is made by left wing Hollywood people. So of course, Fox News has got to be a boogeyman and they enjoyed making Roger Ailes boogeyman which was bull. He wasn't a boogeyman he was doing awful things in this one lane. And Lear we can talk about that. But outside of that, he treated everyone well and they didn't capture that. They just tried to make them look like a monster so and that was somewhat disturbing. Better, if they had layered in more of his complexity, they tried they tried. Yeah well. Also besides the episodes of personal warrant and standing by people that they mentioned also like huge advocate for the network and a huge fighter you know I know someone who's working in the newsroom when he used to come down and give us pep talks updates about Fox and you know he's he was treated like Winston. Churchill. Churchill Cable News which way was I? Guess he had to stop doing it because people would began leaking what he said, but he was a just an enormous figure. He was. He was funny. He was self deprecating he was inspirational and he would make you feel like you were part of an important team doing something important for America, he was a patriot. So, he was very motivational in that way and I remember just one moment of humor. It was shortly after nine eleven I joined Fox News in two, thousand and four. So it wasn't that long after and everybody was given an emergency pack. It was like a fanny pack that you're supposed to keep in your office with emergency supplies and Roger was telling us that he had these distributed to everybody in. He said in there you know you'll. You'll find a mask and you'll find a small flashlight you'll find. A little tylenol and he said in the event of a terrorist attack, you should take those pills and kiss. Your ass goodbye..
"megyn" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Backed the podcast, the Megan Kelly show I was privileged to be on that show new episodes every week on apple podcasts and spotify. As well, and you can shooter tweet at Megan Kelly. So. Megan when we were last speaking we're talking about the Democrat Republican fear versus Reward. You know it's interesting. I don't have a fear Kova Nineteen I'm not a fearful person and I do a lot of things that. Might fly in the face of fear but I'm not a careless person I. I race race cars and I recently welded in an extra supplemental. Roll Bar in one of my race cars because I didn't feel like it had enough side impact strength that felt like it was a little bit dangerous. So I do things that are. Dangerous but I try to make them safer and it's an interesting perception that people like me just serve laugh in the face of covert, and then eventually, I'll get it and die but it's really I. Feel like I've weighed the risks and the rewards and I've just sort of weighed them and then gone about my life I'm not I'm not flaunting it or turning my nose up at it I understand there's a disease and there's a virus and it could potentially dangerous and and I understand that I weigh it and I move on with my life I think there's a thought that maybe people like you and I don't believe it or think it's A. Hoax or laughing at it, it's not that we've weighed the danger and then we've decided to go about our lives in a certain way that an accurate statement absolutely and I, think even prior to this point live there were people like some of my friends who are hand sanitizing I mean Jill their hands are raw. There are kids can't get into the car without being made us the sanitize making into the house without being like me never I prior to this I've never used. I've never made my kids use it. You know we believe in washing our hands but not not the hand sanitizer I want them to develop immunities I wanted to have healthy microbiome. I my son. Used three I turn around doing behind he was licking the scaffolding in. All right US too much. It's a bridge too far but. Probably, good for that. They need to eat some dirt they need to get dirty then he Not Be Hermetically sealed little people and that's actually what complains and we're my worries though is happening right now is what the hell other bug is developing while we're all hand sanitizing to high heavens that we don't know about because none of neglecting our microbiomes like building of immunity so I feel like I don't like his bus hand sanitizer every time they. Walk into the school every time they walk into a classroom like when you go to the shoe store or lady you hand sanitized right now it's like Oh, my God I it's just it's. It's a lot for people who like have a different approach in general like health and wellbeing. I'm not would've been helped me my whole life I very rarely get sick. I really this is work for me. I kind of object to being. In girl classic bubble allow everybody else in the you know there's a team of scientists right now Stanford Oxford and Harvard were saying we need to Redo this is not working it's not smart and what we need to do is make everyone who's sixty and older continuing king continuing. They should be doing what we're doing right now everybody who's fifty nine and younger should be masks off in the workplace. In the restaurant inside at one hundred percent capacity in the schools no masks no hints sanitizer doing what we do and they believe that her immunity will calm amongst the young people in particular a help us all out and even you and I at our age. We gave him probably be okay. I think it'd be a lot of sets in it's reasonable compromise position at this point in the game. The. I. I. Agree and I'm with you on all the parral and the sanitizing. It is crazy and also unintended consequences like do you not think that they're going to be some fiddler to pay when you do X Y and Z? So if you said Okay. We're GONNA do affirmative action like if he said. Colleges. UCLA has too many Asian students and not enough black students. So we're going to do or is going to lower the sat scores for the black students to get in and we'll raise the for the Asian students and it's like Okay that will get you more black students and less Asian students. But get back to me in ten years and tell me how it's working out. You tell me what the? There's unintended consequences not everything is free. You can't pave your kids in parral. You can't keep them safe from every peanut and legume, and you know every allergy and lactose and Blah Blah Blah and then expect them to have a functioning system when they're thirty yet it's not GonNa work dip with pure L. is like the it's it's like the version of a safe space you know like there can be no exposure to harm harmful bacteria, viruses dirt whatsoever I'm talking mostly about pre Kobe people were obsessing over like germs nut germs like. We Walk, All New York City we do not take our shoes off, become an apartment nor did we when we had little babies crawling all over the carpets I like I don't want to live like that and I guest live on that as you know how annoying it is when they make, you take off your shoes when he showed me the part of it's like what I just lost four inches. This Alvin doesn't work out those two letters anyways. So It's the same mentality of be no hurt. You can have your feelings are gathering protected, little Johnny Canton at any conflict, his life, his ideas challenge in any way especially on social issues like abortion or vacant where whatever But you're right ozzy, you will listen to really smart black scholars is to think affirmative action that makes sense. Right Libya need. It's good to raise to have more of the underrepresented groups presence whether it's a corporation university because that's how you admire. You Stop Racism. You expose people who might have it to also people of other races and then they have their own private groups experiences with them not needs to lecture them on how someone's. Not less than note, internally, there are a lot of people who grow up in areas where they have no black people so. College be time to start that day they. Ever. After listening to Glenn lowry professor. Brown former Harvard black intellectual, huge gentle just mental giant. and not to mention Jason Rendezvous The Wall Street Journal out helping us. With the studies show is that The the kids who are quote unquote help -firmative action to get into these schools that they wouldn't otherwise be admitted to wanted junior reportedly for the most part and they wind up all of them were they could have become engineers lying interschool wanting to be looking an engineering science feature. They can't cut it at UCLA where's it? They gone to a lower school like a lesser school like a juice with all due respect, my alma mater they could have done a science as they could have become an engineering major and gotten out and had great engineering career. But as at a school that's really tough, they can't do it and they. Wind up being pushed into something like nine attempts. African American studies which really does get you a job a very many things pay well. So it's like we'll how're exactly are we helping that doesn't end not to mention it creates resentments. That's the other thing we found that it create raise resentments from white kids who who say he just got it because you check the box which is like so totally unfair that he didn't check the box and it's like the kids who are being held to be known as the kid who check the box it's like if you if you went more with the natural order of things, just let people. Right. Now they're having is sat scores raised two standard deviations, right? Like they're getting into these universities where the two standard deviations below the average entrance and then they given their there they feel comfortable. They don't get asked into study groups misses all the documentary headed McDonald She's a Lotta this job. In, they don't get to the groups in the Nicholas Racist Right. They feel like there's the backlash against them because of the color skin I mean whilst because, let me tell you if somebody gave me some sort of blonde from action Princeton it would have been a disaster. Study Group. and. It would have been hurtful. It would have been a very negative experience where Syracuse. Like Fine I. Did well to get in my law school and said a different approach academically and you know what it worked just fine in the end it worked out just fine. So you can get to the top of any given profession as long as you have positive experiences in your interactions with the world are positive and.
Lebanon's entire government resigns amid anger over Beirut explosion
"A week after a massive explosion to. All parts of the Lebanese city of Beirut. Apart, the entire government has resigned the massive blast was caused whenever two thousand tons of ammonium nitrate which had been stored unsafely at the port for six years exploded killing over two hundred people injuring more than six thousand and leaving hundreds of thousands homeless over the weekend residents of Beirut demonstrated against the government calling for the removal of the entire political class due to their negligence and corruption. Joining us once again from Beirut is Layla Milana Allen Leyla when we spoke to you yesterday, five politicians had resigned so far. Tell us about the announcement made last night by the prime minister. So what we saw yesterday and the evening before session, all government ministers resigning. We also saw several NPR's goes well, Megyn went from protesters. Here we go one by one this many left to go. and. Then there was the resignation of the finance minister as he wasn't he just before that meeting that was supposed to in the afternoon that cabinet meeting in which prime minister the APP had said that he was going to a table a motion. To try and have the elections is at the State Petunia. So. How's it wasn't said that he would suspend his his resignation until off the meeting they went in and they spent two thousand not room. Getting. Rumors from quite early on in fact, the entire government was going to resign because there were two ways that this could happen. Either has MD could resign himself or if more than a third of his ministers resigned, that would make his cabinet untenable already looking at five. So essentially, just two more and they were already two minutes to said before they went through, they would resign if the government didn't as Walter a couple of hours they came out and those announcement saying that he would speak in the evening. And when he did speak, he came forward and he said. That they had tried their best to be transparent tried to Rama transparent government. She's January failed to impose some of the reforms that Lebanon. So desperately needed but endemic corruption in the government had made it impossible to do so had caused this tragedy. Now, of course, many people don't feel that's the case they feel that the government was not run transparently at all. Or none of the reforms that has promised January. Would be done in six months word done within six months, and of course we now know. That both the president and the prime. minister. WED Two thousand, seven, hundred and fifty tons of money not great was in the Port as worse excessive government none of them do anything about it. So the government's gone but is going to be a change in the system will the same sectarian politics driving the unrest still exist? Not at the moment now, sectarian politics is really driving some rest. There are a few elements here. Firstly, the the problem with the government system is not that it's impossible to run because the country says sectarian, it's the it's impossible to have a government which allows the country to not be sectarian young people on the streets is saying that's not what they want. They want to country that will come together and work together where people are elected based on their merit not based on what sector they come from but because the political system is original on these lines where each sect gets a certain number of seats innocent area firstly, it's impossible to have that kind of government that is responsible for the entire country doesn't have. Interest in certain places, and secondly, it means only a certain kind of person can be elected because there is such entrenched nepotism in politics and you need the money and connections to be able to run and succeed. So right now, what's going to happen is that as we saw late last year when Prime Minister I've had resigned, the current government will stay on in a Catholic capacity. There's not much they can do in that capacity they will meet rally and they will only be able to put in bills or emergency bills to keep the country going, of course, Lebanon ready needed proper legislation to come in and change things before this explosion now, really function of government. To get things moving the country who built and help people that's not going to happen under a caretaker government but the system is so complex in terms of trying to elect a new prime minister different block in Palm. As I say, these different sectarian blocks have to agree on the candidates and then he has to find a cabinet that pleases all of this -Tarian blocks each of whom will want their own cows come in that. Again, what we're going to see in the coming weeks is this political game. All aimed at making the right formation balance of people in power rob. Then a government trudy is just focused on what is best for the Lebanese people purchase street saying this is the same old system. Nothing's going to change a new election won't help us. Cabinet won't help us. We need a complete overhaul of its system which has dragging us down and letting the country move forward.
"Welcome back to another five minutes in Church history for this episode. I am sitting here with a book in my hand. It is J. Gresham Megan's the origin of Paul's religion. It was first published in nineteen twenty one and that was when it was copyrighted. And this edition. Looks like it's from nineteen twenty five and autographed. It says with warm regards. Day Gresham Megyn October. Six Nine thousand nine hundred twenty seven. He gave it to George Fisher and George Fisher. Meticulously underlined and put in margin notes throughout this whole book. Sometimes you find books with notes and they stop after the first chapter to these notes. Go all the way through. Well that's the particular book but let's talk about this book Paul's religion. This book originated in lectures. In fact. There's a page here at the beginning that says the James Sprint lectures in nineteen eleven Mr James Sprint of Wilmington North Carolina gave to the Trustees of union theological seminary in Virginia. The some of thirty thousand dollars since increased by his generosity to fifty thousand dollars and it goes on to say that the purpose of that money was to set up a lectureship and in nineteen twenty two twenty one the lectures the sprint lectures were given by the Reverend. Dr John Grissom the year before the lectures were given by G Campbell. Morgan from London. The Great London pastor and the year after making the lectures were given by none other than the honorable William Jennings Bryan the nineteen twenty one thousand nine hundred ninety two lectures just three years before Brian would get into that courtroom in Dayton Tennessee. Well let's talk about mentions sprint lectures. He gave it the title the origin of Paul's religion there were actually three views floating around testament scholarship of the origin of Christianity. You see these New Testament scholars. German English turn of the nineteenth into the twentieth century. Made a distinction between the Jesus of the Gospels and the religion of Paul and they saw Jesus as one who talked about behavior ethics and made religion essentially how we live. Paul's the great systematize her and turned all of those systems of behavior into belief codes that you had to believe. And so that was the argument there was the Jesus of the Gospels the religion of Paul. And so where did? Paul's religion come from while German scholar Adolf von Harnack argued. That Paul was not a foundation not building on a foundation of the Gospels but was his own sort of mix off of the gospels. Harnack did not like Paul. He didn't like John Either. He only liked this synoptic gospels and then not even all of them and he certainly didn't like things like the Apostles Creed Harnack said Paul Deified Christ and turned him into somebody that Christ never claimed to be. There was also the German scholar of Rada and he said that Paul founded the Christian religion on certain Jewish elements from the enter testament period. But certainly not from Jesus and then there was another scholar boo set. And he said Oh wasn't founded on Judaism at all. Paul founded his religion on the Greek Pagan religions. Well Megan did not agree with that at all. An in this very scholarly book which was about three hundred pages when it was done. Amazing wanted it to be five hundred pages but the publisher said No. That's too much But in this very scholarly book Mason makes the case that the origin of Paul's religion is from Jesus himself the very end. This is what made us Paulin. Ism was not a philosophy. It was not a set of directions for escape from the misery of the world was not an account of what had always been true on the contrary it was an account of something that had happened and what had happened was the death and resurrection of Jesus. Megan says this he loved me and gave himself for me. There lies the basis of the religion of Paul. There lies the basis of all of Christianity. Well that's Mason on Paul's religion and I'm Steven. Thanks for joining us for five minutes in Church history
Brand New Blend With A Citrus Twist
"Now we explore ginger. There are over one thousand species of ginger plant that exist in the world today. But did you know that Ginger is Culture Gen? A cult agenda is a plant species or variety known only in cultivation which means that it has no wild ancestor we know that ginger originated from island. Southeast Asia and that it does not exist in its wild state and while it's most often called ginger root it is in fact not a route at all. It's what's called a rising home. Which is an underground stem of a plant? One of the groups that has the longest recorded history of utilizing. The ginger root is the Austronesian people or more accurately the Austronesian speaking peoples. Now they are a large group of various peoples in Taiwan Island Southeast Asia Micronesia Coastal New Guinea Island Melanesia Polynesia and Madagascar that speak the Austronesian languages. Ginger was carried with them in their voyages as canoe plants during the Austral Megyn expansion starting from around five thousand BC. They introduced it to the Pacific islands in prehistory long. Before any contact with other civilizations the rise homes and the leaves were used to flavour food or they were eaten directly. The leaves were also used to. We've maths aside from these uses. Ginger had religious significance among Austronesian being used in traditional medicine and for asking protection from spirits. It was also used in the blessing of Austronesian ships. In Indian cuisine. Ginger is a key ingredient. App has a role in traditional IRA basic medicine which is one of the world's oldest medicinal systems and remains one of India's traditional healthcare systems to this day. Ginger is used in many forms for example raw crushed or powdered in the culinary practices of cultures around the world from Korea. To France to the Philippines people around the world have fallen in love with the scent taste and benefits of Ginger. The ginger in the citrus twist blend adds a fun spiciness. That makes this blend. Perfect for any
"megyn" Discussed on Venture Stories
"Cooperation adoption within the health system from the providers? Their you know. Burn out at an all time. High there are so many different System already that physicians into the interacting with on a daily basis says there is such little time can be spent working with patients which is why physicians I must with or doing the odds in there is is quite challenging. That being said I think there has been some innovations or at least until ones that can contribute to further innovations. That can help to streamline the workflow in a way that actually does help And has really. Nobody's quite quite cracked. The nut on that yet whether it's it's acknowledges not can reduce the amount of time takes to triage or to do documentation or to actually help with the diagnosis a technology. That can you make that visited easier. I think the more the more innovation that we see there that is actually combat. That is actually intuitive for provider. Likely contribute to that as seamless workflow and very importantly that can integrate would be system that they're already using the more adoption will see and I'll say again. I do think that we're going to see some long term changes in terms of adoption. Because of what's happening now I'm just because of this whole notion every- care but also because it is just so obvious how important it is to scale the efforts of our healthcare workers. We we should have known this before. Many people dead but it is now actually an existential threat to our health systems. Obviously knowing So that's on the provider side again on the patient side. If it goes down to this this question activation energy. I mean this has been an issue with a lot of these data. See companies are on the diagnostic side? In what is it GonNa take for someone to actually put their finger and use one of these on your blood collection? What is it gonNA take for someone to download an APP and use it? Why why isn't that? You've seen this slower incremental growth amongst these competitive doing many reasons. Lots of Headwinds as but just the the basic activation urge that was required. There it was really and so again. I think that Did Not Change as now. Jesus on really because of what's happening with this time but also because of the changing nature of the The generational changes. And we've talked a lot around you know. The sort of younger patients met Megyn places and other areas that I think is really interesting. You know as as not generation ages and as our generation as caretakers of that generation also seek solutions that are much less cumbersome analog currently exists today. I think we're going to see you know it's not even going to be adoption per se. It's just going to be more how we expect to be taken care of on our loved ones as well as the type of.
Breaking the wrong kinds of records: 2019 state of climate report
"Several climate records were broken in two thousand nineteen across the world including unprecedented temperature highs and extreme weather events ahead of the launch of the World Meteorological Organization's flagship report. Wmo's statement on the state of the global climate in two thousand and nineteen the agency. Secretary-general Patera tell us. Sat Down with Ben Maller from you and news and started by outlining some of the main points from the study. For example we have Highest concentration of carbon dioxide in past three million years and the measurement survey showing that last year. We we again. Having Having Higher Gordon Thracians from carbon dioxide than the previous year. Shame is happening for for me. Which is the second most important greenhouse gas and we have seen the warming of the temperature continued and we have broken several. Reads NOT AMBULATORY COHORTS IN AUSTRALIA? In several West European countries and also elsewhere last year was the warmest euro regard since eighteen fifty. Then we have seen we have stored more than ninety percent of the extra heat. The Ocean send an awesome. Seawater is Is Record warm because of that? And that's giving more. Nfc for the tropical tropical storms sea level rise continues and it has been boosting so we have seen an increase in the sea level rise also also last last year the glacier's melting worldwide. And we have especially been melting the glacier greenland which is contributing to sea level rise and and also the melting. Glaciers are melting and. That's bad news when it comes to Freshwater released to the major rivers Sir in the world come having written from Malaya's absurd and Ian tweets and rocky mountain so that's bad news for the freshwater resources for agriculture and for human beings and industry so all in all climate saints continues and we have also seen a record breaking forest fires like in Australia. It's very had before that record breaking temperatures and android and we have seen also severe drought in in Mexico Caribbean in some parts of Europe and also Southam South African countries. So all in all records have been broken. Bad died records. How confident are you that governments around the world have really caught onto the seriousness of this message so that they could take the right action for sake of the people around the world? I think that the way honest is Is higher than ever but the accent is sir very much missing. Countries made their parish blitzes and to fifteen and that would mean three degrees warming story beyond the parish. One point five two degrees and and and so far. The countries haven't been fulfilling their research glitzy so severe not moving towards one point five to decrease which is the Paris limits north towards three degrees with with the blitzes. The country's made we are moving the worst four to five degrees by the end of the sensory. They're clearly a need for for higher ambition level of if we are serious with climate mitigation. There is a target for all Governments. All the people everybody concerned to try and turn the situation around by the year twenty fifty which is the deadline for that shipment of the sustainable development goals. Is that still realistic with all? These bad records be have also seen but it the development there for example private sector is more and more interested in in in being part of the solution and we have also studying finance sector moving their investments from fossil business to watch the watch more sustainable business and and also the you would movement is putting pressure on governments and and people all around the world. They understand that this is this is perhaps the number one problem that we the mankind is facing today so there are also plenty of good science that the that the that the we have started moving in the right direction actually in the developed countries Last year their missions dropping habits. It's good news. Despite the economic was Was growing and we have been able to solve that you can eat that economic growth from from Damian growth. The but the bad news is that in in the rest of the world missions growing last year. And that's one of the one of the Tennessee so to solve this problem. We have to have all of the countries onboard compare this year to the previously. What would you say in himself? The preparedness by everyone every government every megyn institution to tackle extreme. What within this year so my organization's very much supporting our members to improve their early warning capacity and this kind of early warning of of drought Flooding storm sewer and record temperatures. That's a very powerful way to adapt to climate says this negative trend in climate. We'll continue for the coming decade caged anyhow which means growing out of weather related disasters and and and we have to be prepared for that. And we have to invest in early warning services and it's important to invest also on impact based forecasting for example when when cyclone hitting Mozambique get amid series was able to forecast meteorologist parameters well but impacts of those understood and that's why the disaster was a having lots of casualties and lots of economic losses because the authorities didn't act and the impact was understood so from W. Most side We're happy to help. The country's built their impact based early warning. Service kept musty. Doubly from your stigma just now is having better capacity to alert people in better time to prepare for any disasters. That come is that correct. So we are we are. We are member based organization. We have another nine hundred thousand members of our member. Member hasn't National Meteorology Service and we are very much set. Transform forming the know how from our more developed members are less developed members and we are working together with the financial institutions like World Bank cleaned climate fund and UNDP target more resources for for this kind of capacity development. So the situation is improving all the time but but we still have plenty of countries about half of our member. Countries could improve their performance. Is that too was making Elliot Warning Betta to save lives to save situations to prepare people better. How good is the early warning system improvement over the last year? So we have seen a gradual improvement. That's one of the one of the issues most dealing dealing with and what we've able to forecast the one day before In in the past we can now forecast it even five days in advance and and and countries are much better prepared even in developing countries. We have seen a major major improvement but we are not. We haven't been able to reach the optimization yet. There shouldn't further investments needed by the donors and also by individual governments. And that's very powerful way to adapt and protect economists and and people from the impacts of climate says all of us anywhere around the world. Everybody is preoccupied with the outbreak of Kobe. Nineteen which is leading to significant downturn in economic activity around the world in the same way those trillion fire saw a rise in co two emissions. Is there any silver lining in the way that the world is trying to handle of igniting in the form of any spin offs in terms of lower emissions during this period? Of course Would be very much concern of the casualties that we ever had because of this virus and the story is not over yet so it may have a negative impact on on the global economy. Which is bad news and and we have already seen has having an impact on the on the equality in China for example once they have been closing closing some parts of the country and And there's been less less traffic and less industrial production but the but this is not good news. So all in all. Be Concerned of this Of the casualties related these vitals. And and have you hoped at these outbreak We will be solved and and and we can go back to normal life and keep in mind that the that we still have the major climate. The problem to be solved. So these these spite of these fighters it'll keep continue based for mitigation of climate change.
"megyn" Discussed on PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST
"In offering whatever saying some people offering compensation offer a bull trips money experienced is whatever the case may be and I'm thinking to myself would is a a woman or young woman between eighteen and twenty five age range. Who prepared her for every? Kinda dude offering every kind of thing and then depending upon your girlfriend stay all validate sometimes validation. It's okay to be hopeful little bit. You know what I'm saying is it's okay. It's okay so at what point does she like for me to X. For meter exposure to expect her not to stay in to step on these one land. Mine is absolutely ridiculous. You feel what I'm saying so for me. It's many years for me to get to that point but that was after years of Megyn life. Lucky I'm saying I'M GONNA find a way for you to remember this shit like remember. Would you fucked up? You know what I'm saying but once I kind of realized that I was like I only hold it outing beholder to that. No more fast. Not New like I forgave her particularly. Oh I can't even hold. It wouldn't avoid that 'cause then I realized I was looking at my friends I was. I was running around in an older dude. I knew the gate with coming up license. Some of this shit was like man. You had to be really waiting to get away from this year. I had a free main. Listen Day One. What you want bags.
Ripening Your Cervix for Labor
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Bombshell: Charlize Theron on 'Wrapping Her Head around' Megyn Kelly
"Listening. Ascended the frame Oscar special. I'm John Horn host of the frame on KABC in Los Angeles. And I'm here with Jacquelyn coli editor at rotten tomatoes. Let's now turn into. Charlie's Thera in bombshell which she also produced theran plays former Fox News anchor. Megan Kelly who partners with other women at that network to take down the founder Roger Ailes. It's like we're telling women go on. Speak up for yourself just know. The entire network is with Roger. No one will believe you. They'll call you a liar. Oh and as for your career you want the Simon's airtime go ahead hall the Paranoid Man who decides your salary pervert and do that. On a anonymous hotline. He controls on on a phone. has a contractual right to record. Jesus Christ you Think Women Are Idiots. Honestly I was completely mesmerized by bombshell I was actually one of the biggest fans ends of the movie. It was kind of a bit critically divisive. I think not a lot of people liked giving some humanity to Megan Kelly but I personally found shelley's performance to be incredible and just kind of had to say about the balls it took for her to take on that role to produce it herself and to say that she wanted to tell this me too story I did talk with Charlie's an end. She told me why she wanted to make the film and why it was important to make it now. The script was written pre. Eh Time's up pre Harvey Weinstein. There wasn't any of what is out there right now in our culture as far as this conversation it's it felt else somewhat like a story in its own silo But but people were definitely kind of whispering about a lot of what what was about to come out and so you could feel it you could feel there was like this kind of like under this bubbling that was happening in the pot was about to boil over. We definitely felt that and so when we read the script we were aware a little bit. I mean nobody could predict how big all of this would be but we were aware that there was something timely about the script. How would you describe I bought? This movie is about it. It's a movie about a group of very unlikely women who if you were you know writing the fictional story you would not necessarily cast as your central characters to tell a story of taking down the biggest media mogul And yet if they did why were they unlikely. Do you think we'll because I think a lot of them You Know Gretchen. And and Megan had made some comments comments prior to all of this about sexual harassment that I found not necessarily helpful to the cause of a lot of women who are experiencing sexual harassment. I think there there is a conservative conservative view on sexual harassment. As how do you believe women. How do you know what's true how the emphasis is always on doubting the victim victim doubting the woman and I just thought it was interesting that they had had those views before in the past about sexual harassment? Megan Kelly Famously Asli Refused to be called a feminist. You know they are somewhat than most unlikely feminists that you will find. That was Charlene Charlie Farren. She's nominated for her. Lead role in
How to Determine Your AI Project Needs with Dr. Charles Martin
"Kick things off you're buying in procuring. Ai By talking about vendors being able to kind of screen through who do we want to work with do we want to work with consulting firm a when Ai Software company you know which ones do we wanna work with. How do you like to think about that? Screening process from the buyer's ears perspective. I guess the first thing I would ask is do. We have a very clear idea of what we're buying for. Example are are we we by buying a service to object recognition and if so does the service usable on the data that we have so is it just a SAS service that we can he just run or are we buying some sort of vertical product that solves a particular need in our industry. Maybe it does. Ai Hey but or maybe it does something a call but it gives us an incremental lift or are we trying to bring in a consulting firm to help us solve problems and I think that many solutions particular vendors you may be selling a platform for example may have actually a very high systems integration cost as well as the development cost and I think that. That's it's difficult to really assess if you don't have a very a good understanding of the problem you're trying to solve. Yeah I was GONNA say. Assessing development cost assessing implementation cost. It sounds like you'd really need a lot of stakeholders in the room to figure out. Hey how accessible is that data and maybe we need to investigate that or is this going to work with these kinds of systems. And who do we need to talk talked to about that. I mean it really feels like there'd be a lot of moving parts in getting a sense of how do these alternative stack up in terms of ease of deployment. How do you even begin to think about that? Well look a lot of. Ai is very ethereal it just sort of sounds like you're doing this magical thing and a lot of it is understood metaphorically well it work in this area so it should work for in this other area and we have a lot of people come to us who just do not have a clear understanding of the technology analogy or what it can do or they made understand the fidelity at which they needed they think well it seems to work and we put into production yet. It just doesn't have the accuracy that we were expecting were. Our problem is so nuanced that it doesn't work for our problem. We don't get the kind of specificity that we need and I. I think that it is a problem. In people. Subway do not have experience with the technologies either a general experience technology or specific experience with the vendor. And it's very hard to gain that experience other than directly. You know visceral. You've got to work with the technology. Yeah I mean Kinda wild maybe like the all these lessons to be learned the hard way. I'm sort of imagine a company that's looking at two different vendors. Maybe it's A relatively simple use case like fraud. So we're an ECOMMERCE company. We've got you know a lot of chargebacks or potentially fraudulent transactions. And we're looking looking at you know a sift science and we're looking at some other vendor. We're trying to figure out who among these really that. That's a good look. I use them guys out here in the Valley Ali who worked at one of the major banks and they built the fraud detection system at the bank and then they went and often. Don't the fraud detection on their own and sold the bag and and you know it was built by guys working at a bank for banks and it did you know would level high live in San Francisco and somebody in Philadelphia using my credit card can figure out that was probably not me and it you know that was a very specific vertical and it does a very specific thing and you know there may be other are people in your vertical who are using it and you know I think a lot of times companies just want to do what everybody else is doing as with all investing you need need to have a lead. Yeah elite customer who can qualify that. The product is very good but if you're trying to detect some very specific kind of fraud awed specific to you you may have to invest in. RND project to figure out how to detect fraud and that is it is hard. Yeah now you're working with your own data. You're basically doing your own science in breaking down a unique problem so when I was at Ebay we we had a fraud ten years ago. We had a fraud detection team. I mean maybe if he based at the scale of a small European country so our and we had a detector Dave when we were doing neural networks ten years ago when we know and Ebay has an art department and but we had a separate department outside of are just working on fraud. And you know those guys I think. Think of Italy became balance here. But some of those guys. It's if you're trying to solve something very unique to your specific company as opposed to your industry if it's unique year company. If it's your crown jewels you may not have a lot of success working with an off the shelf solution on the other hand. If you're just trying to solve a common problem that everybody else has and it's very commodity and it's very standard. It may be okay got it till should people assume that if this is A. I'm wondering what bespoke means so like you said a particular kind of fraud so you know. Maybe we're a I don't know we're we're a platform type business business that deals with a certain kind of fake accounts or something that's may be different than the most common sorts of like payment fraud or something like that. If it's maybe something that we feel is is unique in no vendor has built specifically for. Is it safe to presume that now we're going to be looking more at consulting firms and or in house development like almost ubiquitously or do we still talk vendors that are close to it and figure out if there's a way that they could helper that almost always a recipe for failure. I'm interested in your take. Well I I think a lot of the problem with any kind of fraud that other companies aren't telling you what fraud they're receiving. Yeah unless it's you know when they're sec filings. You're not going to know so I think a lot of times people talk to vendors just to find out what's happening in the space right. They just want to know all you guys so you sold your fraud. Product of this guy so to wells does frogger where charge lobby went the same product. Just make sure we have it and you know some you may know something. We look a lot of times. People talk to vendors just because they're trying to figure out what other people are doing and a lot of times when you're trying to solve a major problem you end up hiring someone from the industry who knew what they did another another company otherwise it's just hard to know and that's the problem with things like fraud or security is that they're unknowns and I think that we don't it's not like we have a national effort to prevent fraud. I look really good example. I mean fraud in the dating online dating. I helped a an old student of mine. He started a company that got acquired. The one of the big dating firms on dating and the the entire product was a fraud selection. What would happen is when people would try to the scammers on these match match dot com and tenders and things like this right? Yeah GAM people into giving you money at fraud scamming you the scamming the custom on your blind so we invented a technology that would create a phantom platform so the fraudsters would know that they've been kicked off the platform and that was is the key idea and we were. We were just sitting in a pizza shop in North Megyn. I came up with the idea. You know that those kinds of technologies is that something that everybody has it is. Do there exists some sort of vendor that could create a phantom platform so if you have people on your platform that are bad actors. You can make them think you're still in the because what would happen is the fraudsters where they get kicked off the platform they log back in but if they don't know they've been kicked off the platform they never leave. Oh Oh that's cool. Okay yeah so finding finding like yes. So that's super bespoke. So maybe the take home anyway of two other short questions here but maybe take home is like if you're looking at a remarkably bespoke bill problem. Maybe you're quote unquote vendor landscape. You're looking at might be more of a build slash custom kind of a Shebang in terms of a consulting firm. Your in house resources says versus looking for WHO's got the the plug and play solution and I think you might find that certainly for us. It's true if you have a small company you might be solving a problem other people have and so you might be able to outsource some of the risks by working with vendor. Who develop that with you and you know maybe you own on the Ip for a year and then you about themselves abby that would be a great opportunity for a small company to come in and develop some unique Ip that is in the fraud space or in some other part of? Okay I will they can resolve other companies you get exclusivity for like a year you get thirty percent ownership but that would be a great deal and I think that's otherwise you really in and you're you're a lot of these products are I mean is not a product as much as it is a technology. Yep
"megyn" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Prediction from a medical journal the mass death prediction was clearly off millions will die for Megyn corrections there is so we look at all of the different predictions in yes sometimes the R. alarmist they want to grab attention they want to do this will sometimes predicts certain things to be you know I attention and sure there's an appeal for them to get on CNN is aghast because the only think they're gonna be able to sell whatever or grab different views to their blog or whatever it is but this is the thing that we've come to learn and love about these predictions they're often wrong and the ones that are the biggest doomsday ones are primarily always wrong we go to Tyrone is common in from Illinois hi right well I haven't talked here says before you went on your your second tell your last vacation when you were going to have like the what was it the birthday for your your kids or something I was October wow it's been that long yeah well I will call your sense when you know when I was telling you all about billion and all that I don't know if you remember you know I can't remember I'm sorry you might have said but you're probably calling in about something else yeah I'm calling about well first of all I like what Donald Trump said that this proves that are a good guy can do in a bad guy with a gun for a change you know at and you know it might it it had to be as a state like Texas in order to prove the us now well that's what taxes I mean they have their own tragedy not that long ago and I think a lot of leadership in different churches said you know what if that was awesome and then they started repair for this church obviously prepared you know it's too bad we're gonna we're gonna come to the day their name Brian or Ryan Ryan Ryan it's too bad we're going to come to the day when everybody that goes to church is gonna have to start wearing a gun you know but that's what it's coming to an but you know like take that Gabby Giffords thing in Arizona now that's another state that similar to Texas you know they believe in caring their guns and in the window of the pick up truck and all that but I was really surprised that there was nobody around there shoot dead guy in Arizona when that happened because that's another gun toting state as a long time ago what year did that happen well it was a long time ago but not that long ago you know I mean where is all this where are all these concealed Kerry people that boast about defending themselves what's it like this goes on you know where I mean this is like one of the first times but where are all these concealed Kerry people in this kind of thing goes on in all of these things ask a question a you know yeah they may be underestimating while not under but maybe over estimating the amount of people that actually do carry conceal and that's not necessarily a bad thing I mean if you're someone that's thinking about committing a crime to me I'd rather them think that around every corner someone's gonna stop on my rather than think that by the way Ryan you know what I used to listen to Jim white he was on to like three AM and then the man that walks in and talks at midnight John McCormick would come on after him why did they whether they shorten your show to the midnight instead of keeping you on deal to were or three you know when the when it's fun to call up and talk about stuff thank you for our still in I started a lot when the cardinal start back up that'll push the show back through the overnight to I mean four hours is a long time to do a live talk show I mean how long well you know I didn't know you started it dates we I didn't know that I'm still watching TV at that well when the cardinals are in the off season and the start time pushes up so that's that's what happened there but when the cardinals go back in a few months and then the of course the plane at night almost every night that means I go back to the original time at least and it's it's it's fun the blab late at night you know when when you're in a meditative state you can talk about fun things it's somewhat finding you would think but at the same time I enjoy going home and getting a little extra sleep I really do daily you must do something else besides talk on the radio then I'm not going to inquire about that yeah all right Tyrone good beer for me don't wait so long next time okay okay you too bye once that happens so often but not say my name enough on the air people I'll Brian they say that a lot do I need to say my name about ten times an hour I need to do it more often I need to get that into the branding of the shell thank you that hurts every time I hear that I think man I know that you'll listen I'm glad that you listen but it might not doing my job if you can't get the name right.
Megyn Kelly Calls for Outside Investigation of NBC Over Matt Lauer Allegations
"Megan Kelly is calling for an independent investigation into how NBC handled sexual misconduct allegations aimed at former today show host Matt Lauer on fox's Tucker Carlson tonight Kelly said there were needs to have an independent look into whether NBC executives put dollars ahead of decency the louer allegations are back in the spotlight thanks to a new book from Ronan
Charlize Theron transformed into Megyn Kelly for Bombshell
"Winner Charlize Theron transforming into the journalists in the upcoming film bomb shell fox news is handling of their own sexual harassment allegations which led to the resignation of former CEO Roger
Young Chadians join terrorist groups due to ignorance
"This is n._p._r. News young people in charge are joining outlawed terrorist groups because of ignorance according to traditional either in one of the most insecure and unstable parts of the west african country yusuf and boom ba me he's the chief of the canton of boll and presides over a large swath of lake chad an area area where many young people have been recruited or forced to join terrorist groups such as boko haram daniel dickinson travelled with yousufi boom ba me to the island of doc meeting do where up to three hundred men women and children were abducted at gunpoint by boko haram fighters in two thousand fifteen we are now a the village is the island of gamero. The length of the island is about five kilometers the population out sorry about five thousand seven hundred and fifty annoying ireland rural <hes> population so you no some depend on the means of the population. Some homes have have a <hes>. You know houses is a uh compound made of halves. You know as eli seeing boko haram has visited this island on many occasions. What did they do when they came in the year. Two thousand fifteen boko haram invades village ends a have the forced people men women young people to join them <hes> so as a forces them to jane so about two to three hundred people young people women's and even adults. It's in those they forced them to bring that to join boko haram in nigeria territory and what did boko haram due to the village was a came they invade some bonus even the k- <hes> some compound and some <hes> you know crops and they get the cattles people has pledged to to flee and abundance a village. Did they kill any people as as thought as installs a slaughter three to three to five people as in this religion. We're sitting in a meeting place in the center. The village outside and we're surrounded by many men of the village how many of these men were forced to join boko haram. I'm what was their experience. When the koran invade this village they took about two to three hundred pickles so among these people that are someone who joined and but they came as they have been forced to so many. I've been foster to to something you cannot. The you know consciously speaking cannot <hes> stay so the have <hes> succeeded in freeing the rank of requirements came back to the village you too so now. Is it a the relative security. What did they do. During their time with booker haram bukharan came to <music> sanchez a new religion is new islamic religion so many people has to go in to john's his new megyn but <hes> <hes> what makes people goes is knows ignores. People has not gone to school. They have not be educated saw aw they cheated them to go by saying that when you will you join because you will get plenty money you'll become rich rich and wednesday when some of the poll has reinforced <hes> because there are in poverty in poverty very high situational precarity so they went the when we have realised than have been cheated you know even because of been obliged to vote decided to to freesias ankle during combat divisions not inhabited and how is the village now the j two stains village agenda that go by our activities jesus by farming cattle haddon.
"megyn" Discussed on The Esports Startup
"Really good meeting and was super confident that they would come in and invest, and and then turn around and they you know than. Be Devastated that they wouldn't. They weren't coming into the rounder. That, that's not I. Know How weighing. That is on me so to put that on the rest of the team. It's not fair and so that's something you'd tried to manage expectations and. And try to just stick to the really good news a luckily, we're in a spot where where that's possible. I mean. Because busy right so join I've actually been doing content with some professional legal legends teams over the past few weeks, and that's super time consuming as well so we're not like knocking on that door all the time updates because we've got a of other things to worry about this well, which is great how how things been going without? It was good. It was accessible, so we did a a series. It was actually sat office podcast, and we had to professional players in because it's a full matt. We knew quite well and then. It was so successful that we decided to turn it into a twitch stream to try and like new format save. We can push the boundaries because at the moment we do have an overall strategy, but we still want to experiment with some of the content ideas to to see what really like suits the brand surgery Megyn, and so we had to live twit streams, and they went really well. There are a lot of fun. The guests are awesome are really helpful and really insightful. It was have some pro players in talking about what they do best, and that was the first time I think that we had actual pro players in the offices well, which was. Literally streaking around the office as din. Off a little bit, we were excited. We're excited I mean we've we've had interactions. Play outside the office, but to get these guys into the office. In their own time is quite a big thing, so you get them seeing like the people behind the company, and like our logos on the wall, and so they're seeing that in lake there you know they see you get to show off what you're working on. You start building those after each episode..
Megyn Kelly Is Released From Her NBC News Contract
"NBC news has reached its professional divorce agreement with anchor anchor. Megan Kelly NBC's says it's one time star. Megan Kelly has walked away from the network with the remainder of her sixty nine million dollar deal. It comes months after negotiations over parts of a long term contract following her essential firing in October after she made comments about wearing black face on Halloween. Back when I was a kid that was okay. As long as you were dressing character. She apologized, but within a day was off the air NBC. In a statement saying Megan Kelly is no longer an employee and the parties have resolved their differences. The network says since her ouster ratings in the ninety an hour have gone up. Eighteen
Megyn Kelly is Released From Her NBC News Contract
"megyn" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"You eat in the morning. What you drink in the morning. It can be the way you write emails their way, your denies you meetings. Where you hold the meeting. What you bring to the meetings is that a city Mateen your standing eating a simple move to stand in Megyn will change reaching forever. So I challenge you to do one small step nothing be don't worry about they maintain that the moment, you feel it you get addicted to it. It's a kind of high. So I challenge you to do one thing differently. Upgrade yourself lead golf something drop that trash whatever sitting in your closet that you don't wear for more than year to just move one thing, and you will feel kind of high that will make reinvention addictive. Great idea and just to sort of back that up just so you understand the the neuroscience behind that is phenomenal. So, you know, even brushing your teeth with your other hand, all this putting the other sock on that you would put on second. Putting I all those things change the neural pathways in your brain. And actually impact the neuro chemistry allow you to deal with change batter. So we will. But I know just like it's not gonna change your life. If you hold your coffee Cup with a left hand, but it will change your brain. So they are all kinds of cool things you could do. And I love that. You just start with simple thing because I think that again change feels so big for so many people and is so often putting because like too much, but it's not it's one tiny thing at a time. Thank you so much. It's been such a absolute joy and pleasure, please. Tell. Listeners imbue is why they can find out more about you and all the wonderful resources that you offer. Thank you again at such an honor to be with you and follow you and also follow you on Instagram. I love your post and sometimes they of startled me in terms of their key concept like I need to think about this. So you.
"megyn" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Monthly program Megyn come in as many times during the month wash every day. If you'd got one thing I want to emphasize because we're coming at time. You're people say, oh, I don't need to wash your car in the winter because of salt, salt, salt, salt and salt. Absolutely. How important is that? It's probably the most important time. And every time I see somebody contact us today. Oh, you know. I'll be back in the summer. I always make sure to ask are you leaving for the winter because it is extremely important for you to be washing your car. All winter, you guys are part of a charity event. And I think this is a really cool thing. It's a nationwide campaign. It's called N six eight hours of hunger. Watch shows how you're getting involved in that. So we're actually going to be donating twenty five percent of all of our proceeds from November twenty six th through the twenty nights that's Monday through Thursday next week, we figured it's the thanksgiving season. It's a really great opportunity for us to give back. So twenty five percent of every every dollar we make during that time. We're going to be donating one of the things we encountered when planning this was well, we have a lot of monthly members already. How do we let them be involved? And what we're gonna do is. We're going to keep track of how many monthly members lost during. In that time, and for every member that washes, we're going to donate a dollar up to five hundred in addition to what we're already died. So beautiful thing that is so awesome. Kevin. Thank you so much man, everybody go to willow wash dot com for all what Kevin would talk about. Thanks for joining us today. Kevin. Thank you. Listen live on Rama world. Radio dot com. I'm Sergio.
Megyn Kelly and NBC go head-to-head over NDA in exit talks
"Kelly wants to leave NBC without signing a nondisclosure agreement. That's according to sources who spoke to Fox News. Kelly wrote a tell all book about her experiences at FOX when she left that network for NBC, this friend of hers says the news anchor is concerned about lies that they say NBC is spreading about Kelli. Kelli show on NBC Megan Kelly today canceled this week after he made comments recently about white people appearing in black face being acceptable.
Megyn Kelly, NBC Spar Over Restrictions in Exit Talks
"Albany med. Megan Kelly NBC's settlements stalls over nondisclosure agreement report from Fox News. Michelle Pollino, Megan Kelly and NBC still need deep in negotiations. Kelly holding out over nondisclosure agreement. According to someone close to the former Fox News anchor. She reportedly will not sign an NDA if NBC news keep spreading lies about her. No one is commenting on exactly what lies are being referred to. This comes a month after the Daily Beast report detailing NBC news chairman Andy lacks history of using nondisclosure agreements to his advantage. The same article noted. Lacks perceived frustration with Kelly for her constant coverage of the metoo movement the network canceled. Megan Kelly today last week after Kelly's comments
Ya Done, Megyn
"It's a reset. And I spent twenty minutes trying to French braid my own hair when I realized I didn't know how and gave up, but the good news is I can see all the veins in my forearms now. I look like Sylvester Stallone speaking of blood vessels. It's time for the entertainment news, or as I like to call it your recess from the real news. Here we go. There are so many different beefs in life, three range beef grasp fed beef and the best beef of all which is a rat beef and in that latter category fifty cent, but an entire block of front row seats at jar rules concert because they are enemies, and now Jerusal has to grousing for an audience of no one and every time he looks into the stands he'll see fifty cents base laughing over giant green flames like the wizard of Oz. Expertly played well done beef. Modern family, which is still a show. Even if you don't watch it anymore says a twist is coming that is quote bigger than the death, and quote, but I don't know are they crying wolf again, no spoilers. But the big death. Wasn't that big? Or were they playing us. Maybe I feel a little angry and lied to. Which means I'm gonna go full, passive aggressive and just leave modern family on red for awhile. That's right. You're just texting hype into the void for now. Modern family until a lesson is learned and then thirteen days later, I text you what's up with the happy face. Like, I didn't just put you in a motion jail, Meghan. Kelly is fired. I'm sorry. Was that too blunt? Let me rephrase. Megan Kelly today will not be on NBC anymore because of how Megan Kelly is a bad person. Good that was better to catch you up. Megan Kelly pontificated on the air about whether or not black phase Halloween cost. Tombs are offensive because she's a serious journalist who spouts her fully uninformed opinions into the ether. And even though she later apologized NBC was like Yad done Meghan so Megan's done now. But I have a feeling she's going to be so so tempted to go as black sand up a Halloween this year, you got to resist that urge Megan to round don't make a right Nerf that toy company that makes foam shooting blasters that totally aren't guns. They're just fun ways for siblings to harm each other are now making Nerf blasters based on the fortnight video game. This is so bittersweet. It's giving me Nerf nostalgia Nerf style. If you will. But I remember in my time when Nerf blasters weren't based on any new fangled video game. They were just a thing. Your little brother got for Christmas that spiked his aggression so sharply that it led to a family reevaluation of the household parenting style that peaked with everyone going. Off sugar for a very long two weeks. Lenny Kravitz did an interview with variety at where he talked about roadblocks in his early career. He said, quote, I would take my music around to the labels and would get the whole. It's not black enough response. The people at the are NBA and ours couldn't deal with the pop side and the people on the pop side were confused as well. And quote, this is crazy because according to my brain, Lenny Kravitz has been famous forever, but industry pressure on artists of color can be very real Santa gold who has another John rebuffing black artist encountered this problem too. And she still talks about how a lot of her music. That is not hip. Hop gets categorized as hip hop. Anyway. It's like a Santa gold handed someone a blueberry Muffin, and they were like, thank you so much for this soul food, and then Santa goal was like, okay. Megan Kelly time for you to go home. You done you done Meghan, man. Halloween time really makes me miss Heidi Cloonan seal as a couple, I know it into terribly. But isn't that a holiday they could? Celebrate together as co parents for me in adult stranger. I would really appreciate it. Take care guys. I'm Livia Harewood. And if you enjoy recess keep it going by becoming a patron at patriot dot com. I will catch you next time and until then recess adjourned. The podcast. You just heard was published with anchor got something you want to say to the creator of this show. Send them a voice message using the anchor app free for an Android.
NBC officially pulls the plug on 'Megyn Kelly Today'
"Newsradio. NBC confirming Meghan Kelly today has been canceled the show ending Unser Monia asleep after its host making Kelly defended black face on the wing costumes on Tuesday next week, the nine m our will be hosted by other today co anchors and
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