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Senate Holds Confirmation Hearing For Trump's New Pick For Ambassador To Ukraine

All Things Considered

03:34 min | 2 hrs ago

Senate Holds Confirmation Hearing For Trump's New Pick For Ambassador To Ukraine

"Update now on two important diplomatic vacancies. One is the post of U. S ambassador to the Ukraine. The last woman who held that Senate confirmed job was a central figure in President Trump's impeachment. And now the president's pick for the job is facing some lingering question in his own confirmation hearing. NPR's Michelle Kelemen reports President Trump's ouster of the ambassador to Ukraine featured prominently in his impeachment trial. Marie Ivanovich face to smear campaign by Trump's private lawyer Rudy Giuliani, who had been pressing Ukraine to get dirt on Vice President Joe Biden. Senator Bob Menendez, the ranking Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, says that's still happening. Giuliani Esteban, Savory Ukrainian characters have not let up their efforts to use Ukraine to interfere in U. S politics. Others in the Senate seem intent on amplifying their efforts. Menendez wants the new nominee, retired Lieutenant general Keith Dayton, to avoid playing into this and avoid any meetings with Giuliani. Senator I'm not going to commit to that, because I believe that as an ambassador, I would have the obligation to meet with any U S citizen and hear them out. It was a home. Dayton has been a defense attache in Moscow, a security advisor for the U. S on the Israeli Palestinian conflict, and, in recent years has run the George Marshall European Center for Security Studies in Germany. He's well versed on Ukraine, but his answers frustrated both Menendez and another Democrat Chris Murphy. So at the end of the hearing, he did offer this reassurance. Ify is the U. S ambassador and key Have any indication that there is any kind of election interference going on using Ukraine as a azalea ever to do that? I would, of course, report that directly to this committee. I think you have a right to know that I think I have an obligation to report that to Dayton says his priorities in the country, if confirmed, would be to help Ukraine fight corruption and beef up Ukraine's Navy and Air force. Next door in Belarus. The U. S is reviving diplomatic relations in part because of Russia's aggression. In Ukraine. Career diplomat Julie Fisher has been tapped to run the U. S embassy in Minsk. Our relationship with Belarus languish for more than a decade. But after Russia's illegal seizure and occupation of Crimea, and it's manufactured war in Ukraine stone best region, we began to see signs of interest from the Belarussian sign. Belarus recently bought US crude oil to decrease its dependence on Russia and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Minsk earlier this year. But the's warming ties will be tested by an election this Sunday, and Fisher face questions about that the first component to ensuring that we can continue to grow this relationship. Not see steps backward in the conduct of this presidential election. The long time ruler Alexander Lukashenko is facing a united opposition in the run up to this election, and his regime has been cracking down. There will be no international monitors, though Fisher says the U. S embassy will be watching the vote closely. What we are trying to get Johnny is basically to ensure that there is space to ensure their space for more than one voice. In this country. Lukashenko kicked out the less U. S ambassador to Belarus in 2008 after the US accused his government of human rights violations and tighten sanctions. Michelle Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington

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Sarah Paulson Resurrects Iconic ‘Cuckoo’s Nest’ Villain in Netflix Series 'Ratched'

Steve and Ted

00:44 sec | 9 hrs ago

Sarah Paulson Resurrects Iconic ‘Cuckoo’s Nest’ Villain in Netflix Series 'Ratched'

"For the prequel of One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest, released this fall will not see a new season of American horror story, However, Ryan Murphy looks to fill that void with the one flew over the Cuckoo's Nest prequel, Ratchet storing Sarah Paulson. The trailer for Ratchet, released Tuesday reveals the Siri's set in 1947 introduces us to ratchet as she begins her work in a Northern California mental facility should bathe more often. Your fingernails are filthy. We're new and unsettling experiments have begun on the human mind. But even though she presents well, her stylish exterior bellies a growing darkness within revealing true monsters are made not born. Ratchet premieres September 18th. Michelle Pelino Fox News.

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Chris Hemsworth to Swim With Sharks for National Geographic

Steve and Ted

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Chris Hemsworth to Swim With Sharks for National Geographic

"Taking a break from playing Thor Moonlight in Shark Human Relations. Chris Hemsworth is jumping into summer 2021 toe headline nachos Shark Fest with Shark Beach, The Avengers actor will take off on a lifelong mission to investigate the measures put in place to safeguard humankind's coexistence. With sharks and to uncover the complicated truth behind the alarming increase and shark attacks in Australia. The Aussie native will be joined by the world's preeminent shark experts, including marine biologist, conservationists, surfers and shark advocates. Together, they will examine the reason for the increase shark attacks. And how existing preventive measures work to help keep human shark encounters at bay. Michelle Pelino Fox News. Let's see

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Forever POTUS

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:00 min | 1 d ago

Forever POTUS

"Well guys guess what today is. It is our forever, President Barack Obama's fifty, nine, th birthday. Yeah. Why? Still. Cool. Yeah I mean, he's. So, much they run for damn thing. Would he? He looked so good. Well, you know what happens when we have a birthday around here? Well, junior desert poem, of course, everybody. What. Everybody don't get upon. You gotta be important for me to right. Here with the Special Paul We. Believe with the name of this poem is called let's. Get with the junior. Juniors Obama's birthday poem. That's all I. Can I ask? Whether some names you threw away before you settled on that with. Bottom for I got. I was like Obama Julia's birthday poem, I've switched around. As Morocco, Obama. was talking to Barack Obama about his birthday. Here, it is juniors, Obama's birthday point A. While sitting mouth jealous. I wrote a poem about Barack Obama. Never Causes Drama. He was raised by his. Mum. Now there's more. And I'M GONNA. Tell you what I like about Barack Obama. He's Cool He's neat and With class. Eight years by so fast. They probably. I, wouldn't. We from the first day. So, we wish him happy birthday. To, the girl Michelle. And we're hope you're doing well.

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Where things stand on the extra $600 in unemployment benefits that ended Friday

All Things Considered

02:04 min | 1 d ago

Where things stand on the extra $600 in unemployment benefits that ended Friday

"To report it was more talk. But no action again. Today in Washington has roughly 30 million people began to face their economic futures without an additional $600 a week in federal unemployment benefits. Until and unless Congress hammers out a deal for more pandemic relief. Most jobless people will have to rely on state unemployment insurance and his marketplaces, Kristen Schwab explains when it comes to state benefits. Geography Just maybe destiny. If you're unemployed in Mississippi, your life could start to feel a lot different than if you were unemployed. In Massachusetts, the maximum benefit in Mississippi is around $230 a week. In Massachusetts. It's over $800 the gap isn't just about cost of living. The big difference is the philosophy is unemployment, something that supports the labor market, or is it a business costs to be minimized? Chris O'Leary is with the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. There is no federal standard for unemployment benefits, so states create their own rules around who qualifies how much they get. And for how long. Michelle ever more is with the National Employment Law Project, you know, in some states like Florida and North Carolina, only about 10% of people who are unemployed or even able to get a benefit that impacts people's access to food and shelter. During a pandemic that also dramatically increases their risk of getting sick because of monetary concerns. They have to take an unsafe job, and that's gonna actually spread the virus and slow the recovery even further. She says black and Latino workers may suffer most because states with the smallest benefits have the biggest minority populations. And Sylvia Allegretto, labor economist at UC Berkeley, says differences it benefits can have direct effects on the state's economic health. Unemployment benefits have a Really important effect of propping up the greater economy. Well, that extra $600 meant a lot to workers who lost their jobs. It also meant a lot to all the businesses, relying on people who were spending it. I'm Christine

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Unemployment benefits vary wildly in this country

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:04 min | 2 d ago

Unemployment benefits vary wildly in this country

"I'm sorry to report. It was more talk but no action again today in Washington has roughly thirty million began to face their economic futures out an additional six hundred dollars a week in federal unemployment benefits until and unless Congress, Hammer out a deal for more pandemic relief most jobless people will have to rely on state unemployment insurance and as marketplace's Kristen Schwab explains when it comes to state benefits geography just maybe destiny. If. You're unemployed in Mississippi. Your Life could start to feel a lot different than if you were unemployed in Massachusetts, the maximum benefit in Mississippi is around two hundred and thirty dollars a week in Massachusetts. It's over eight hundred dollars and the gap isn't just about cost of living big differences. The philosophy is unemployment something that supports labor market or is it a business cost be minimized? Chris leary with the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. There is no federal standard for unemployment benefits. So states create their own rules around who qualifies how much they. Get and for how long Michelle Evermore is with the national employment. Law Project in some states like Florida north. Carolina. Only about ten percent of people who are unemployed or even able to get a benefit that impacts people's access to food and shelter during pandemic. It also dramatically increases their risk of getting sick because of monetary concerns they have to take an unsafe job and that's GonNa actually spread the virus in slow the recovery even further she says black and Latino workers may suffer most because with the smallest benefits have the biggest minority populations. And Sylvia Grow Labor economist at UC Berkley says differences it benefits can have direct effects on a states. Economic Health unemployment benefits have A. Really, important affect of propping up the greater economy well, that extra six hundred dollars meant a lot to workers who lost their jobs. It also meant a lot to all the businesses relying on people who were spending it.

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Where Things Stand on the Extra $600 in Unemployment Benefits That Ended Friday

Marketplace

02:06 min | 2 d ago

Where Things Stand on the Extra $600 in Unemployment Benefits That Ended Friday

"Sorry to report it was more talk. But no action again today in Washington, as roughly 30 million people began to face their economic futures without an additional $600 a week in federal unemployment benefits. Until and unless Congress hammers out a deal for more pandemic relief. Most jobless people will have to rely on state unemployment insurance and his marketplaces, Kristen Schwab explains when it comes to state benefits. Geography Just maybe destiny. If you're unemployed in Mississippi, your life could start to feel a lot different than if you were unemployed. In Massachusetts, the maximum benefit in Mississippi is around $230 a week. In Massachusetts. It's over $800 the gap isn't just about cost of living. The big difference is the philosophy is unemployment, something that supports The labor market, or is it a business costs to be minimized? Chris O'Leary is with the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. There is no federal standard for unemployment benefits, so states create their own rules around who qualifies how much they get. And for how long? Michelle ever more is with the National Employment Law Project, you know, in some states like Florida and North Carolina, only about 10% of people who are unemployed or even able to get a benefit that impacts people's access to food and shelter. During a pandemic that also dramatically increases their risk of getting sick because of monetary concerns. They have to take an unsafe job, and that's going to actually spread the virus and slow the recovery even further. Jesus. Black and Latino workers may suffer most because states with the smallest benefits have the biggest minority populations. And Sylvia Allegretto, labor economist at UC Berkeley, says differences it benefits can have direct effects on a state's economic health. Unemployment benefits have a Really important effect of propping up the greater economy. While that extra $600 meant a lot to workers who lost their jobs, it also meant a lot to all the businesses, relying on people who were spending it. I'm Christine Schwab for marketplace.

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Ahead of School Year, Alabama to Offer Vouchers to Families to Install Broadband

Sean Hannity

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Ahead of School Year, Alabama to Offer Vouchers to Families to Install Broadband

"Meantime, we're learning more about a program to increase access for revolt. Learn Alabama broadband connective ity for students providing vouchers to families of students who have free lunch vouchers to cover the cost of high speed Internet through the end of the year. Michelle Ross, executive director of the Alabama Cable and Broadband Association, says Internet access issues air not just in rural areas it could be in densely populated areas were here That's available, but for some reason not able for economic reasons, make the choice not to Get this. This connectivity is really important and this opportunity through the Paris funding will get these low income students and families connected. If you qualify for the program, you'll get information in the mail in the

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Court overturns Boston Marathon bomber's death sentence

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Court overturns Boston Marathon bomber's death sentence

"Stunned by an appeals court decision that overturned the death sentence for the the Boston Boston Marathon Marathon bomber, bomber, Kim Kim Tunnicliffe Tunnicliffe of of W. W. B B Z Z reports. reports. Most Most of of the the people people I I spoke spoke with with express express shock. shock. I'm I'm very very surprised, surprised, given given the the seriousness of the crime and how shocking that was when it happened. Michelle from born didn't hold back when I asked her if she agreed with the death sentence being overturned. Earned. I think he should have the death penalty for all the people that he hurt and killed a little boy. Now he's gotta go. He's no good for anybody. Here. We're just wasting our money. There will now be a new penalty phase in the trial for Joe Car Tsarnaev in

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How Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank is Changing the Conversation on Aging

Fat Mascara

05:21 min | 6 d ago

How Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank is Changing the Conversation on Aging

"Hello, everybody. Welcome to fatness Garra I. Am Jess. I'm Jen. It's a Thursday double episode in the we liken this rhythm and it seems like you guys might be into it too. I think. So anyway, I we actually recorded this a little bit early, the interview and the intro. As you listen to this on Thursday I'm going to be in the middle of nowhere camping with my husband's just think of me think protective. No mosquito thoughts, I know my summer vacation right now bringing to protect yourself. I have. I haven't oil-based repellent also have the off spray with the DA and we we are trialing a tent. We have our regular ten, but this company let us try to attend that goes on top of the car. So I won't be sleeping on ground level right now while you're listening to this, I'm up in the air somewhere on top of my jeep in the middle of Maine. Hopefully, not getting bit by mosquitoes. How's that? For Beauty Pike? Wait to see you're going GonNa, take photos, of course, right of this tenth that goes on top of the car. Yeah. I can't remember the name of what it is. But like I'm kind of excited and we figured it was a safe mine has been safe. They're letting people in from New York. We're bringing our masks were camping by ourselves. So we can enjoy the outdoors safely, and that's like a good way to get away for just a little bit and like you know refresh don't roll off the car nervous. Very. Nervous thing back next week. Next week. We'll talk about it, but now we have a big juicy interview. Okay. Let's do now. I love Dr Paul Frank. He's amazing. He for full disclosure a good friend. He's a great friend, but he is also one of my most trusted dermatological sources. This guy knows every technology before everyone else I mean, I'm not. I'm being Harper, bollock because like I really think he's the best, but he really is like my go-to hotline to what's coming down the pipeline, what you know what the hot trends are. He just got his finger on the pulse and I'm so excited to bring him back for a second time. He is one of our only two time guests. We had him about three years ago to talk about all things like. noninvasive light Oh and we want to talk about his new book. Now, it's called the pro aging playbook Dr Frank is he works with lots of celebrities, and he's to discreet to name all of them and he also consulted lots of different big brands and not only is he fabulous? He is a board certified dermatologist though, but he's also clinical assistant professor at the icon. It can. Oh, God, Dr Frank Don't Kill Me School of. Medicine. At Mount, Sinai welcome Dr Frank. Dr Frank. You are one of the busiest Durham's out there. You've got a lot of celebrity clients. You've got a very big practice. You're always doing TV appearances. You you're a very big on TIKTOK. We know this. Okay. You're not doing your take type performances. Why did you decide that you needed to write another book I? mean, that's big. Endeavor. Temporary Insanity. I coned wrote a book nineteen years ago when there were these new things that were experimental called. In. Stiller. And after the work out like okay. And I check off the box to do that again. But I wrote a second book because the had an idea to go against the grain a little bit and write about something that people would expect the lease from a beauty book and certainly one from Cosmetic Dermatology book, and that is hopefully with pro aging playbook is all about. All. Right. So I WANNA to talk about the title, the title when you told me the title I kind of like like I I, got like a like you definitely caught me off guard, but the title pro aging playbook because there's been a lot of discussion about the term Teijin. The past couple of years, we had Michelle Leon, the editor in chief of allure about a year and a half ago, and she put a huge stake in the ground. By saying, we are banning the term anti-aging. She wants to ditch entirely in the background, a lot of press, and you're going a step further. Further and you're saying pro aging. What does pro aging mean while it? Basically a backlash to the negative stigma that generations of people have had toward agent and I think a lot of it is just one big marketing ploy, the term anti-aging. The fact that aging is a bad thing and we have to inject laser moisturizers. Serum is extra dies Diet, get back to a younger state and to me the biggest events I've seen in my field is not injectables. Lasers is in the outlook in perspective we have towards beauty now, which I think is a very positive thing and it can be empowering. Up The audience out there, that has not gotten over the stigma. That is what I'm trying to achieve in the pro aging label and one that I don't think you'd expect from someone like, Ray.

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Washington DC - Maryland Expands Mask Order Effective Friday

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 6 d ago

Washington DC - Maryland Expands Mask Order Effective Friday

"Positivity rates surge in many states cross country locally, Maryland's governor formally announcing new precautions this week to prevent the same thing from happening around here. One is a change to the states mask requirement, effective this Friday, July 31st We are expanding the current statewide masking order. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan says masks will now be required in the public spaces of all businesses, as well as an outdoor public areas when social distancing isn't possible. The governor is also strongly advising Maryland residents not to travel to states like Florida, Georgia and Texas that have Corona virus positivity rates of 10% or higher, and Hogan is concerned about a trend that's developed in recent weeks, 56%. Of the new reported cases of covert 19 are Marylanders under the Age of 40. Michelle

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Candy Makers Try to Fight Off a Halloween Horror Show

Business Wars Daily

03:09 min | 6 d ago

Candy Makers Try to Fight Off a Halloween Horror Show

"From wondering I'm David Brown and this is business words daily on this Thursday. July thirtieth. It may be the dog days of summer for most of us, but the folks at Hershey are already up to their necks in Halloween earlier this month Hershey announced it's Candy Lineup for horrors high holiday some of the ghoulish goodies include vampire themed Hershey, kisses stuff with red strawberry cream, and Reece's Franken cups which have a green creme dement flavored bottom. But the candy maker also has a haunting concern if covid nineteen continues to cancel in person celebrations what will Halloween Twenty Twenty look like Dad. Insult to injury the holiday falls on a Saturday this year. So little ferry princesses, pirates and ghouls could've stayed out later collecting more candy for their late night sugar rush without worrying about school the next day. Now it's unclear if people will be comfortable handing out goodies to trick or treaters at all, even with ample squirts of hand sanitizer in between. So Hershey is hedging its bets in an earnings call last week CEO. Michelle said the company is reducing production of Halloween, themed candy to avoid. Leftovers Wall Street Journal reports Hershey's earnings did beat expectations this quarter booze stead by pandemic comfort food buying and buck says that Halloween orders from retailers or strong. So she's optimistic that sales won't be too bad. Still The holiday makes up about ten percent of the company's revenue of that trick or treating generates have of the company's Halloween sales. So even a small disruption could be a real pain in the neck Hershey rival. Mars Wrigley is also thinking about October thirty. First, the company will revive skittles zombies, which were introduced last year longtime favorites like Eminem M.'s will simply get Halloween themed packaging on a recent episode of the marketers brief podcast Mars Wrigley's chief Halloween officer Tem Lebel said Mars Wrigley's planning quote conservatively for the holiday Lebed's primary title is president of sales, but the seasonal shift indicates just how important Halloween is to the company's bottom line. So what does it Candy Company do when faced with a Halloween horror show. Pivot, of course, both companies are studying lessons learned during the Easter Season Easter candy sales fell about four percent because of the pandemic according to the national confectioners association. Abell says Mars Wrigley had too much in store product, but ran out of online stock. Overall online candy sales have been growing especially chocolate

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Defunding Seattle police debate continues ahead of budget

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:48 min | 6 d ago

Defunding Seattle police debate continues ahead of budget

"That's how many people have said no to DE funding Seattle police in the last two days comes, Michelle Esteban says it's part of of a a petition petition by by the the police police union union that that says, says, cutting cutting the the police police budget budget by by 50%. 50%. Will Will decimate decimate public public safety. safety. Here Here is is the the simple simple math. math. We We know know this this for for certain certain that that 80% 80% of the police budget pays for officer's salaries. So the police chief as well as the police union will tell you if you cut that in half. You're going to lose hundreds of officers, and we're hearing anywhere from 700 to 800 could potentially be fired. The Seattle police officers go president told me he gets it. People want reform and they work for the people. So we've got to make some reform here, but he calls de funding the department by 50%. Just unrealistic and political. If council approves of 50% cut in this year's budget, they allege again, it would meet 800 officers would be fired. That's 800 out of 1300. And they argue, it would mean longer Wait times for 911 calls and an increase in crime. The chair as Chop failed experiment. Would look like child's play compared to cutting up to 800 officers from the SPD due to the council's naive and dangerous proposal to remove 50% of a budget. Who will answer that night. No one call. You're gonna wait. We gonna wait and wait and wait. The mayor has called for a 5% cut to this year's budget, or $20 million cut. But right now we know seven of nine council members have pledged to support a goal of cutting the police budget this year by 50% but it is a work in progress. And they're taking in a lot of input. So now really is the time for counsel to hear from you. The chief has also been on the record, saying that these kinds of cuts would actually decimate public safety. That's commas. Michelle

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Hollywood's Good Looking Debate

Daily Pop

02:47 min | Last week

Hollywood's Good Looking Debate

"There is a great Hollywood debate igniting as we speak and we need to talk about it. So it started with this tweet from one of the executive producers of one day at a time asking what male actor is the perfect level of good looking. But also seems fun funny and Goofy twitter collectively seems to think the answer is Paul Rudd. D You guys agree with that? I do. Agree with I. That is like the perfect. He's handsome. He's attractive. He's not intimidatingly attractive. But he's cute and he's also has a lot of personality. So he's just like he's he's Fine look you know what I mean like he's not like the sexiest man alive, but he's got something. Out. Here. Beers. I think he is sexy and especially when he did a man and he was only like chicken breasts, Barroga's leading up to it with all training. Okay. He turned to ninety Zadie looks going on. Who would be your picks? Yes and who did you pick? You know what is going to have to go down a rabbit hole. So follow me here. My pick was Chris Threat back in parks and rec days where he was a goofy and hard. But didn't know he was hot before he got around all hank, we'll see. The hottest NF heiress God is at that time and you know the minute he got hot s. she was like wait what. I didn't sign up for this. This is not what I wanted to go back to the. Keep on eating your Rama noodles like do not get on this diet. So. Unfortunately. The Globe show inevitable like it just happens. No matter what and it's. It's so welcomed by the person that's going through. But the people surrounding it is like I did want this. I chose Zach braff. I don't know. He was the that popped into my mind. Don't you think that makes sense like he's definitely sexy, but not overtly sexy, and he's just he has more of a specific luck. He's not liked so like he's kind of on that call ride. Oh this. Never, thought that he could. Kind Kinda. See when he's in a good suit like right there in the nice tie women minute. We were we supposed to pick someone that wasn't like overtly beautiful, but just like attractive, like has a thing. It's. Assignment I guess. So everyone just. Zach Braff to be employed. That's when he is at his sexiest is when he's consistently employ and that hasn't happened for quite some time. So he's not that sexy anymore. Why? Don't they every time I do see that graph weather that Craig I saw him at the Hollywood bowl, he always had the hottest girl with him.

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Clean Beauty in the Era of Misinformation With Cosmetic Chemist Jen Novakovich of The Eco Well

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:45 min | Last week

Clean Beauty in the Era of Misinformation With Cosmetic Chemist Jen Novakovich of The Eco Well

"So we're really starting to see this awakening of cosmetic scientists within the scientific community. You know really standing up and speaking out against the wellness industry as you said, and clean beauty marketing on social media and on Youtube. So what are your thoughts about this movement as part of the movement does really bubbling up right now? I think it's Great I. Think this is one of the positives that is coming from the clean and wellness space or quote Unquote Green. Space it is frustrating scientists and we're now starting to show up in forced on social media. It's also fostering collaboration communication on. Its fostering creativity where now starting to think I know at least I am, how can we reach better? Can Moore's? That's for example, influencing the influencers in bringing them on our team so that we can make this information marks. So that's something I. Think is really interesting in a positive. That is coming from the misinformation that is kind of overwhelming Not, just in our industry, it's kind of overwhelming through air right and do you believe the word clean should be removed from the beauty lexicon or is there use for that language? I would love for it to be removed. It perpetuates so much undue fear. It puts a lot of blame on consumers. It reinforces the idea that. If something bad happens in someone's life. It's because of the products they were saying they were purchasing dirty products and then they eventually got cancer. It's your fault because you wrong products. That's toxic I personally think in really unhealthy, it gives people a lot of anxiety. And a lot of the Times. The anxiety is undo because the products are demonstrably safe. They're pulling fearmongering to capture that idea from consumers like we wanna buy the best things for our family. We WanNa buy things that are going to damage the environment. These are things that we're all. With good cause concerned about right and like. I would love for it to be removed because ultimately the movement. From what I've seen I, believe is underpinned by pseudoscience in how can we move forward to do better if we're not actually informing our decisions by actual scientific evidence your whole subject matter is all about scientific communication. So what about the words chemicals when you hear about chemical free and that sort of thing and beauty? Why is it so loaded? Well it is waving it on a play that they don't have that science literacy that I think we learned in high school. Maybe even grades little that things are made up of chemicals. Chemicals are the building blocks of life in. So it's perpetuating science illiteracy. And misinformation because everything Beta matter are made up of chemicals rate. When we're thinking about the space of wellness would like multibillion dollar industry now and I think again, this movement that's happening with scientists where they're like, Hey, guys, let's attack some of this misinformation going on. Do you think that there is still any room for anecdotal evidence in your mind like small batch brands that are coming out there like this whole line is based on Aloe, my grandmother used to use it on my wounds or you know real women are writing reviews, online or beauty journalists who have tried hundreds of products just being like I. Love this product like. Is. There any room for that anecdotal evidence? Because that's the only thing is sometimes I'm like you know, does that mean we should only listen to scientists or what's your take on that? No. I. Mean Anecdotal Evidence has its place in Michelle from lab muffin beauty science wrote a great blog, but she has an instagram post. I, think she also has a video on this but. I mean, you can't be so scientific about the stuff because a, there's not that much science to substantiate every single thing in life including in cosmetic products. Everybody's different surf. You like product, which you're GonNa like out of your anecdotal experience than you should use the product that you like. Reviews feedback from customers. To brands as I'm formulating I received anecdotal experience through a reviews from my clients to make a product. So it's important. It's just not something when we're making statements about, for example, this ingredient will interact with Awka pour in your skin cells to enhance cellular hydration. Various claim that should be substantiated with scientific evidence, but this ingredient is going to help or this product should I say is going to help manage Eczema or acting while when you're putting those names on the label. Probably, that's scientific evidence should come in. That's why these products are generally regulated as drugs in cosmetics, but only anecdotal evidence does have a place because that's what informs whether like me like something we don't in just because one product has so much evidence an Mike how much evidence you really have product, but just because it has so much evidence shouldn't. It doesn't mean that everyone out there is going to like it in. Every ruins

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The Obamas' production company fetches 7 Emmy nominations

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:25 sec | Last week

The Obamas' production company fetches 7 Emmy nominations

"Air seeing success outside the White House, the former president and first lady's production company received seven Emmy nominations for a pair of documentaries. Higher ground productions was behind American factory and becoming the latter following Michelle on a book tour for her autobiography of the same name. American Factory captured three nominations while becoming was given for And

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Kelly Reichardt  First Cow

Filmspotting

05:54 min | Last week

Kelly Reichardt First Cow

"Welcome to film spotting back in early March one of the most anticipated films of the year for US Josh Kelley, records first cow finally came to theaters, and then less than two weeks after its release the COVID nineteen pandemic force, the nation's movie theaters to close along with just about everything else meeting that most people never got a chance to see it. It it wasn't quite the last movie I saw pre pandemic. The penultimate I think I fit in birds of prey, just after I scout, that sounds right and man, my so grateful we were able to get first cow, because to have to sit for a few more months without seeing it as many people had, that would have been tortuous. Yeah, the pandemic. Records plans to come to Chicago when we were scheduled to sit down with her for an interview fast forward now to July first cow is now finally available to rent on demand, and we got a chance to talk to Kelly Reicher by phone later in the show will revisit our first cow review from back in March and hopefully more of you have had a chance to catch up with it now that it is available to rent I though it is our conversation with Kelly Reichardt in addition to first cow. Films include 2016 certain women that starred Kristen Stewart Laura, dern and her frequent collaborator Michelle Williams before that she offered us night moves that was about a trio of radical environmentalists, one of those played by Jesse Eisenberg and she gave us of course meek's cutoff. Which I think is still her masterpiece in Oregon trail set. Film that yeah, a lot of people consider among the very best of the last decade Wendy and Lucy was the film before that one. This was a doomed road trip movie again with Williams, and then the first film that I saw of Hers Atom I think you as well two thousand six's old joy, that one like I call centers on male friendship records debut film river of grass that came out back in nineteen, ninety four for first cow reichert return to the Pioneer Era Pacific northwest setting of Meek's cutoff. Cutoff for a tale of unlikely friendship capitalism, and yes, oil leaks in the movie, a cook from the east to play by John McEnroe joins a group of for trappers Oregon there. He meets Orion lease King Liu a Chinese immigrant, the to become friends and set out on a risky business venture together. Also, there is a cow. It's the first cow in the area. Josh indeed floating down the river in one of the movies more memorable images I'd say absolutely. Let's get to that conversation with Kelly Reicher now. Call me cookie. Mother died when I was born, and then my father died. I never stopped moving. It's a good thing stopped at the puzzle. No way for women to stop. have account cow in the. same place for cows. That's no place for white men. He's A. Since virginity here. Kelly thanks so much for coming back on spotting. It's great to have you nice to be here in virtually exactly so josh and I have both spoken very very favorably of the film, actually our favorite film of the year so far between us, and we both talked about it as almost a parable, a movie that in a story that seemingly very simple, the kind that maybe could even be passed down orally, and without any heavy-handedness or easy moralizing impart. Truths are we on the right path? Do you see I cal that way? I'm. A visual person so. Making it is a audible story I. How came from Jonathan Raymond's novel? The half life. I I'd have to think about it. I haven't thought about it in those terms of course moist thinking about it in images. Yes, so When you say. It's your favorite film. I don't know why you have to qualify it and say so far to stop watching other things. But seems fair. That seems fair. I'm sure you're like A. I think all those qualities topping out exist? I just yeah. I haven't thought about it. In terms that of course I I think maybe a better way to phrase that would have been if if you think about it and I know that this sounds almost like it's simplifying, but whether or not you think about this project, or any other is in terms of imparting kind of lesson, or is there. Is there some? Is there something you were trying to teach to the audience? No No. No I don't think so. I mean I. Know I would not want to think in those terms I mean I hope it has. Layers to it that there's things to think about and Questions to ask as far as. I mean ultimately I think like to focus on the friendship and kept blake quote in the beginning. That's in John's. Novel to remind myself that ultimately are making a film about friendship, and there are these teams of capitalism and You know running through out the new the but It has to be considered like just figuring out how to do seem sort of. Where the power lies in a scene, so it's not like I'm not thinking about those things, but I'm Only, in terms of how they relate to cooking, King Lou not in terms of. Some world message or cheek I World should not be being taught from me. That's for sure.

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an Interview with Costume Designer Mona May

Dressed: The History of Fashion

06:33 min | Last week

an Interview with Costume Designer Mona May

"Are Seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common. Every day. We all get dressed. Welcome to trust the history of fashion podcasts where we explore the WHO when of why we wear, we are fashion, historians and your host April Kellyanne. Cassidy sacree so dress listeners, please accept this interruption to our regularly scheduled fashion history mystery, because we are bringing you a very special interview with the costume designer behind one of the most iconic fashion films of all time and April, as you know my personal, favorite clueless, which just this past Tuesday July nineteenth turned twenty five years old. And I have to say you guys. You all know someone who's very excited about this. Today we are joined by Mona, May, whose prolific career in film and television spans over three decades, clueless might be Mona's most famous film, but her work includes also rummy. Michele's high school reunion never been kissed a night at the Roxbury haunted mansion, and really the list just goes on and on. And April listeners please excuse me while I full on fan girl out because I mean I don't even know where to start, but my admiration and awe of Mona make goes back decades and is really threefold. I have seen clueless. Over one hundred times. At least an I can quote it from beginning to end I know there's a lot of people who were there with me, and then there's this added layer of me being costume designer myself. But also a fashion film lover I mean from Azzedine. Alaya to Calvin. Klein to that unforgettable yellow plaid suit clueless a fashion levers, dream and one that still resonates to this very day cast. You are not alone in your excitement for today's guests, so let's get to it Mona. Welcome dressed Mona. We are talking to you this week in celebration of the twenty fifth anniversary. Anniversary of one of the most iconic fashion flicks ever clueless, which debuted twenty five years ago this past Tuesday and which you, as a costume designer played such a central part. You and your work is currently getting so much well deserved attention. Yes, I'm really happy. I'm just you know. I'm just kind of flying high on all the kalisz diversity and you has been. I mean. My instagram is blowing up. which is so cool, you know it's funny because it's people are discovering ym in the weird way. God washrooms. Are you did that Enron Michelle and never been kissed and wedding singer? You know so like Sh-. The lavas pouring and it's so nice I mean the numbers are jumping up and it's just really great to you. Know we as cautioned designers, we are behind the scenes, and nobody really knows what our job really titles I think. It's kind of hard. You know what war goes into it in the preparation, and really all the creativity that has really come from Ma to create these characters from pages of the script they. They really just kind of very vaguely are described to us, and we really have to kind of be the psychologists kind of like a you know a detective to find out who they are deeply. You know their psychology were they went to. School may be no place in live there in right now and you know where they shop apartment they have you know once their journey right now in the film you know. Article to character to you know so. It's really a lot of lot of details that goes into. People don't really understand you know I think it's. It's one of a mysterious job in the way Oh. Yeah, absolutely so I. Mean You said you're making the rounds? You're all over vogue. You're all over instagram. People are are recreating favorite clueless moments. And I mean what does it feel like to have been part of a film that is still so much a part of pop culture even to this day after two decades it still so fresh and so relevant, and so loved is incredible I mean it's truly it's like A. One lifetime situation lighting that one can have that that something. Do you do out of love? You know because you don't set up to do the best session film of the universe but right. Thing, you know you, you I mean I. Am at fashion designer from training, and then I got into the question. Quebec doorway, and you know when I met amy on the pilot pilot and get picked up tablet. We creatively just connected so strongly. She loved it I was in Europe. I grew up in Europe. Seven different point of view fashion more European, and that's what the film needed. So when she wrote she called me, said the girl. I really want you to do this. To bring something so fresh and fashion forward something that's not on the street. Because of the time it was all grunge. She knows all everybody was wearing their. PLATIN- Baggy Pants, and was oh. Kurt Cobain Nirvana and of fashions in the street, so those nothing to go from everything had to be invented, not taken from the runways Paris Amina Milan share. Would the only probably daddy flew her there? She probably had the tickets in the on the day and was able to know things that she liked then everything had to be translated into the high school. Because you know amy is director of the night. I want this to be very useful, very. Very very sweet, very feminine. You know girly and that's kind of what we are changing from French fashion. Forward. Of course, it had to felt high school's head to sell their young girls because they had to feel pick, and I think part of the love for this film to the, even though they're a high fashion, and that is amazing of funded. As they felt authentic, the they really were beloved in the end that you knew who share was nearly the aunt was and out of. That feeling that emotional feeling thing, and that's why the film has lived so long because it's such emotional connection that people have to film you know with the fashion with kind of making you feel good. You know talking with a friend the other day like where does movies? We need more of those you know. The never been kissed. Michelle held to lose a guy in ten days. Almost fun movies. Movies that which none of watch and feel good, and it's okay, and it's a little bit of mystery and fun, and and Automo-. I miss those movies. You know I will miss those yeah,

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"michelle l" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

12:37 min | 2 months ago

"michelle l" Discussed on RunPod

"To another gathering of the run club of the PODCASTS world. Yep This is run Ford and Jenny Falkiner and we knew the everyone has their reason to run. Whether it's for mental clarity a challenge at to improve your health and wellbeing or simply just because you like it. It doesn't matter why he started the important part. Is that you do it. It doesn't matter how far you run. Fast the factor out there given go is all that really matters. You're a runner and you will see a new benefits at today on one foot. I'm joined by someone I've actually known for years and years and years. She's always stood. I for her business acumen having founded and grew in the ULTIMO BRA and built into a huge company. She's also developed a reputation as one of the. Uk's leading businesswomen and in Two Thousand Fifteen Prime Minister Cameron announced she was on a list of new life peers. So let's get this right. She excels in business. She is a Baroness. But you may know of noon. She's also a runner. Yep It's Michelle Moon. Hello Hello Jenny how are you? I'm fine thank you know a haven't I haven't spoken to you since you have been bitter baroness to I call. You Baroness Lady to show you. Just call me. Michelle is fine or shelly wherever fair. Okay it's so nice to chat to you too. I think the last time we bumped into one another was in London somewhere yeah we it was kind of Iranians Barkley scree. I remember an other. We were just walking along conduit street or something and I remember bumping into you and Doug you were with Doug at the time try and I thought that sexy lovely with the figure some figure so go ahead tablet really late card bike say but saw that running that you're doing I don't well. I have run for a long long table but we have. We met years ago on. I think we first met at the Scottish fashion awards which was an event stirling castle time and thirty years ago. Maybe hope it was a long time ago. It was an things have definitely changed for you in that time. Let me tell you look if you are you know who? Michelle is and you knew. Exactly Machel's journey then. You'll probably be aware of this but Michelle as well as being an amazing businesswoman has also just completely transformed. I hope you don't you. Don't mind me saying this. Michelle literally taken on health and fitness. And you have completely transformed and your physical appearance as well. And just in terms of getting fitter and healthier. Yeah well you know. My Week journey started a long time ago and I did lose quite a bit of weight and then I didn't really understand what food was and it can do for you. The right things to eat and what was bad for you and never really used to exercise then and we went up again and only really got myself together probably in the last year because I was getting in total fit sheep for my waiting. Which was last Saturday new so I just started to really walk and then power walk an started to George a little bit and I just sat myself. Goes every and sense. Lockdown have been there every single day seven days a week and I absolutely love it and my figure is the best. It's ever been in my whole life but it's not just the mental state and helps me focus on business more F- I'm really really stressed. You know I just record. I run comeback completely different Paerson. Yeah it's amazing. How has that affected absolutely? Where are you in lockdown at the moment eh well we live between London and the Isle of Man so when we came to the iowan almost eaten CITGO or seven weeks ago. Closed the border so we are here and and the family is in Scotland and the family other parts of the London So they're all over the place at the moment thank goodness for Feast Team Zoom. It's been really good is a difficult time isn't what everyone's been separated but interestingly I think there are more people keeping fit and active than ever before because we all have time on our hands. I guess a little bit more than we usually do. Yeah you have to if you are working from home. You're at home no no even more. Can you have to keep yourself seeing and I think fitness keeps you positive? It just makes the go faster as well. I think if you get up in the morning and you have no sense of purpose and you know that's where things start to get wrong for me if if I don't do my fitness vity I can't perform in business So I have to be really really disciplined an inter routine adult like enough not got routine. January completely understand that in fact you know they'll be a lot of people listening a lot of people listening now. Will they run as well? So who to you? You are starting off on your run right this minute. Hopefully you'll be massively motivated listening to Michelle Chabert running and but also I know a lot of people that do work in the business sector will ever kind of light rule. They have the actually find it really difficult to fit fitness into their daily life. Because work does take over. Hoji manage it first of all? I got daily plan we plan. I know what I'm going to be doing. Of course things pop up that you know you're not expecting a and then when it comes to my fitness started treating my body lake a business so several businesses and I know what to do with them all so I just thought my body. I'M GONNA treat my body Laker business. I'm going to give it the right foods. I'm going to give it the right nutrition and exercise and everything else and it really does work for makers noted on their business know how to run my body. Does that mean that you have to then kind of like allocate a certain the date to that the body business well in the morning since lockdown been getting up in the morning of been going into the gym? Fortunately we have a gym but if people listening don't have a gym we've been mixed up by going to the gym or going. Say To boot camp and then in the afternoon then we'll go in and do some powerful work in a Home Office and then I'll meet Doug for healthy at lunchtime and then in the afternoon we do a bit more work and then see the. We hit the gym again or BOOT camp. You know if we've done that in the morning we swap around and then after dinner we'll go out for a good early in the half walk so either a boot camp or running or we just mix up signs that you didn't lose every day as well well three parts of exercise so it's either running or Jim or camp or walking or running so yeah we just want to three parts a d. and an ESA pause. It's we can't do that lockdown at the moment because we're on a plane all the time everybody would just about on a plane or train or something so we're using the team to really be clear to businesses. Think about new engines and think about our bodies and a lot more. What's good expired. I've an ideal of the fact that you're when you say we it's you and doug do know the exercise together then presumably. Yeah well we don't go to the gym together. We do the BOOT camps together. We do running together. We do the power walks together but we don't do gym together because it that's enough where we're very competitive in the boot camps is. He's an entrepreneur. I'm an entrepreneur. And you're not GONNA win. He's thinking you're not GonNa win either so it can be a really powerful over. I'm exhausted line on the gas after they ever. I'm impressed that you even do. The bit counts together. I mean if my husband and I were to go into smick size we would last five minutes before for some reason we'd full. I don't even know what it would be a just. It's wants to Komo running. And he wanted to run my God. I literally think we lasted half of my own. And then he stopped. I ran off and that was it. He came home about an hour and a half later. So we just do not exercise together. Ever think I'm hoping it's not just me and him the argue if we work together so. I'm impressed that you too can do that. Successfully oversaw competitive but it. We almost had a fight last week. When you know those bands that you put round and you Chai we do. Partner is a partner bootcamp so You know he puts the the ban drone these waste and I'm poonam You know and then you swap Biden's bond snapped and it them right in the slot. Tom Right in the face so that would be screaming and I said well. It's not my fault by just not so. Don't you start so you can often huff with a laying across his face. Oh Mike those bands or when they snap oh my goodness they do really abandoned. Maybe I need to invent a band that doesn't snap and what what's involved in the boot camp. Where else did and so? We do. A lot of spent running so we have a bowl and a heavy bowl and a big bowl and we have skipping ropes. We have two months we have weights. But you know you can say all this up for less than maybe eighty pounds and the bands. We have the bands as wheel know every we have different socket training. They mix all up the next day. We can pull things a heart either. He's holding me under my my setups. I'm holding him and you know it's quite good fun. It is and when we first we work together years ago because Michelle you used to. Do you still involved with Ultimo. Toll Nine No. I sold the company five years ago and I got my life back which is fantastic and I lost stolen and and two pounds. So I'm over the moon. Well assize to as ten so I don't really want not company back again folks. Well when you when you did have that company and I did. I did a job for you when you're there and I did a campaign for you and I remember when you asked me to do this. Underwear campaign was really terrified because generally didn't do to graphs in underwear and it was something that filled me with fear more than anything and the only reason I did. I think was because I was Meyerson trading and I was running a lot and I had more body confidence then I'd had previously but simply through running wasn't through like dieting in advance or thinking about what was eating. It was literally through doing exercise. Have you find that since you started running your whole body? Confidence has changed as well festival. You made a beautiful stunning model. I knew are perfect so with employ again for another campaign if you went to do when I come back into the laundry industry and but since I've lost we have got fit well first of all. It's your main doesn't If you can start the show and getting his nuts half the battle and since the you know my body shape is changed but my confidence has changed. My happiness is changed and I'm so happy around everyone and that means that everyone else's happy is when I was measurable everyone else's mushroom so your weight and your fitness has a big impact in your means on.

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"michelle l" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

09:43 min | 5 months ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"This is their idea that we go around remaking the world making the world safe for democracy and I just I wish Libertarians would get a little bit more credit for having been right on this issue and that. Yeah this is a problem of big government. You got all of these. Deep State organizations lying to people propagandizing them and the troops are the ones who end up suffering. So I understand what you're motivated by compassion for the troops and wanting to support them but they're the ones who end up suffering for all this stuff and look at every theaters. We have nothing to show for it after all of this after all the trillions of dollars the thousands of lives that we've sacrificed not to mention the hundreds of thousands of lives of people in these regions who had been slaughtered. We have nothing we don't have one even quasi victory to show for it and they still go on. Yeah I'll I'll say this I mean I think it's Steve Sailer who Sort of distilled Everything that's wrong with neo conservatism With the phrase invade the world invite the world and You know Over the years you know going through my libertarian phase. And this sort of you know mainstream Free market conservative. You know Americans for prosperity phase and we talked talk more about that know in a second To where I am now firmly on the side of America I I think that We need to stop sending soldiers overseas to countries that hate us and we need to stop importing people from countries that hate us And it's really that simple. I think with regard free market economics and certainly. That's where I came from like I said you know being read on Milton Friedman and You know sort of essentially the The Wall Street Journal take on things You know when I was an early columnist for the La Daily News and the Seattle Times. You always very gung. Ho On writing columns about you know. Local Hareb Raiders who were oppressed by regulations and and such and I was a big cheerleader for school. Choice for example which is one of the biggest pet projects of Dc BASED LIBERTARIAN GROUPS. And then I realized what was really going on and it goes back to the idea of the virtue signaling of creating the semblance of conservatives whether when I said that a lot of them are motivated by good faith. I'm talking about Blake. The rank and file right you are donating to these types of groups right but the project is It is a prerequisite to being conservative inc that you have to prove your Bona Fides someone who is not quote unquote racist and of course now. Definition of that is is is really. What's you know what's at the heart of of the problem here with with connick and I'd think about okay? Why why why is it? Why is cato pushing the hair ratings thing and why is foster freeze and T P USA and by the way Donald Trump of course made it part of his State of the Union right school choice of of all the things of all the things and And to me I'm I'm horrified to think of what what this actually has Manufactured because again nerves the sort of this guilt factor that your average white Republican faces when they question all of the donor class agenda for example. I was at a meeting in Texas where foster freeze was and he came in to a a group of of Texas grassroots. Moms and DADS who've been fighting What is still you know they call it. They say the common core is dead. It is not okay. And here's where I think that Libertarians and you know American first is when I call it myself America I. I'm not talking just about national sovereignty. I'm talking about parental and family sovereignty. I think these things go hand in hand and I think that the subversion of parental and family sovereignty by Con- INC Which is the Republican Party? And all of these large corporations working on together Is is is one of the most Little noticed an on fought battles. People really don't understand what's happening under the rubric of school choice. It's really a way of exploiting This partnership between these corporations and They government I. And so what you're doing is you're you're robbing Parents of the ability to defend their own kids or in the case of you know small business business owners to say well. What about us? Because you have to show that you're for you know the Hareb. Raiders ended the inner city. Kids in Milwaukee does that make me racist To say it now because you know when I'm sitting in a room of parents that are largely white and working class or middle class and have the same aspirations for their kids to achieve the American dream as the ones they're favored by these libertarian groups. It makes me wonder the real racists are Oh no I mean look agree with you on that. I mean on many different levels number one. It's just if you are a libertarian. It's such A. It's such a petty issue to spend all this time on like I'm against the government licensing against all of it. I think it's stupid. And it does hurt people. But it's like the government's about to spend five trillion dollars. It's like the biggest government in the history of the world and when people start on these my Oh my God it drives me crazy and I gotta say I think his father is like a hero but even when Rand Paul starts going on about how. We Spend. Three million dollars researching like fish. Dna or something in your com on man like you have a microphone and a platform talk about something that matters like there is just such huge. Such you know way more important issues and I do think that there is something about look just like I've said this before and I've gotten in trouble for this but I guess two things number one I don't understand and this is something that is out there. It's not amongst all libertarians Some are more based if you will and some of them are more want to appeal to the Social Justice Warrior wing which will never accept you. I just don't understand the idea of trying to like you will never be accepted by the left. It's like okay are you. Are you saying you're four trans rights or something like that? Oh well you're against obamacare. Then you want babies too. It doesn't matter like you're still you're still going to be a Nazi to them. So don't don't even waste your time. But the libertarian. Kind of fixation unperceived. Racism which is this intentionally broad word used by status. I mean like you know this. You know the biggest status amongst US love calling everybody a racist now when you mean racism like what do you mean? Do you mean slavery. Do you mean genocide. Do you mean like some horrible state action. Okay then great. Let's all be against that but if you're talking about someone's like personal preference who they want to hang out with. Who THEY WANNA live around who they WANNA beat. Well first off Libertarian. You've got a problem because that's a free choice. And you're supposed to believe in freedom of association and people have a right to prefer what they want to. So there's a problem but why are you obsessing over this as like the big concern and the only answer seems to be what you're saying that it's like this attempt to virtue signal to try to be like? Hey Look I'm not one of these bad people. Meanwhile the ones who you know like like I'm one of these people who's been antiwar for over a decade now meanwhile the policies of the Hillary Clinton John McCain's who call everybody else racist is actually to slaughter people in Brown countries and get our own people killed at the same time. Maybe that should be like a little bit more of an outrage and the other thing I'll say just real quick and then you can. Respond is also by the way. Just stop it if you'RE GONNA talk about racism fine but how about the be consistent if you hate racism how about the hatred of white men that is just pushed on our culture and completely accepted and by the way Libertarians? Just even whatever you believe. It's not a great strategy. You're like ninety seven percent white men so maybe you shouldn't go along with demonizing. What is your entire base may just for purposes. If nothing else yes all right guys. Let's take a quick break. I want to tell you about our awesome sponsor which is easy. 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"michelle l" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

06:00 min | 5 months ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"But what the establishment kind of wanted in two thousand sixteen was Jeb Bush versus Hillary Clinton. And if you really go through it it's like tell me the major policy difference between Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton you could maybe say like they could have a passionate argument about whether the top marginal tax rate should be like thirty thirty five percent. That's basically where you are. And they'll act like that's a huge difference but there's really not too much rhetoric and literally they call each other Siblings Jeb Bush. He gave some sort of a medal of freedom to Hillary Clinton at some event in New York City said that he considered her his sister. I mean so for for free thinkers who arrive at this conclusion about the Kabuki theater of modern American politics that there's so much sand and fury over such a little band of actual policy differences. Where'd you go to sort of seek fellowship and to learn new information And so you know when I think about the trajectory of my own life and like I said I've always had grass roots and and and dissident roots I don't know if you know this And I've mentioned it before a couple of times but I voted for Harry Brown in nineteen ninety six because I could not stand the idea of casting vote for the swampy est swamp Republican creatures Bob Dole and his running mate Jack Kemp at the time and so know. I had my dalliance with libertarianism. And I you know when I was in high school of course read every Ayn Rand Paul and I still some some. You Know Libertarian. Leanings and principles on uncertain public policy issues but when it comes to the you know the main issues of of America I I mean to me. There's just no question that we can't even talk about anything else until we get this under control and so When you think of the The minimal differences between the top establishment of the Democrat Party and the Republican Party and that was the theme of the last book. I wrote Open Borders Inc. It is it is rather alarming because so many of us on the right voted for Donald Trump who did not represent Sort of many many of the core mainstream nor me conservative values that I've embraced over over the years But held out the. You know the only hope there was out there that would elevate you know this mission of Enforcing our borders and supporting interior enforcement and doing something to stop mass migration to protect American students and workers and families and yet you know not only does he have to come. Come battle the usual forces on the left but Many of these people are embedded in his administration. The high special power. Yeah okay so there's a lot that That I think is really interesting that I wanna ask you about their. By the way it warms my heart that you voted for Harry Brown. I didn't know that till today when I was reading that That interview that you were and maybe there is. Maybe that is part of the reason why you now find yourself at odds with conservative inc because you kind of always did have some kind of contempt for the establishment of the the Republican Party. Even when you are as you mentioned kind of part of conservative AMC but let me ask you this. Do you think like. Do you think you changed since the days where you were more just kind of in line with the conservative Movement for for lack of better term whatever. It was at the time Did they change? Was it both like what do you think happened? I think that's a really good question. I think on some core issues I have never changed and Since I started out my newspaper career in Los Angeles my concerns about mass migration the effects of illegal immigration at least at the time in La Were so visceral and so palpable and That was not something that was talked about in the national media and it was in large part. Because you aren't allowed to talk about it and the National Council of Larosa in groups like that were incredibly infected effective in Weaponising the whole Hatemonger type thing and Obviously I think I had some sort of layer of immunity because of you know my skin color and my own ethnic heritage it certainly never fully immunized against all of the slings arrows and the Ad Hominem attacks that have followed me and now of course this next generation You know in my case for the last twenty five years it didn't deter me So when I moved up to Seattle It was a different set of concerns and so a same underlying principles that I've always believed in with America first but just Different mammoth manifestation of the problem. So I I made a lot of friends with a warrant patrol and ice agents some along the northern border that opened my eyes and then when I wrote invasion obviously September eleventh was such a wake up call and I know it's Cliche to call it Pearl Harbor and of course Pearl Harbor. History has hall separate Unresolved questions there as well But at least you know. There was this sort of awakening of a basic sense of of At least what appeared at the time toward patriotic. Bipartisan agreement that immigration should be treated as national security issue. And then over time again. It's not so much that like I switched or something. It's just that my views had evolved on on other aspects of What was wrong with our immigration system? Guys let's take a quick break and.

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"michelle l" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

14:44 min | 6 months ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

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"michelle l" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

10:57 min | 6 months ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"I mean yeah I mean when it's the only place that you know right I mean it was. We would leave the house you know like you know eight in the morning during the summers and we would wound. Come back until like five or six or something you know it was like you knew everybody in your town. You knew. Every sibling new car. They drove the you knew their pets. I mean there's no exaggeration you knew everybody's business so in that regard like sometimes a little bit. Tricky you know in terms of the pool is very small. I think at thirty five people in my graduating class so it was a very very small. It was like slim pickings but like my best friend from Iowa. Still my best friend. We grew up across the street from each other. You know I still have a lot of friends that are back there that are farmers you know and it was very. I think one of the things that I loved that my takeaway is why I'm still really proud. I when I have so much Iowa. Pride is that people. They're really kind and they really put community and their neighbor. I and that was just something that you know. I saw my. My parents were beautiful. Wonderful examples of that you know taking in children that were less fortunate than us That informed my my life very very much and my brothers as well taught us a lot of gratitude growing up and You know that that was something that you know. I felt like all of my neighbors were about was just helping and really giving back to the community because we didn't have really anybody else And it also at the same time you know when I watched the news. Which was I did every single night with my dad I saw a world beyond you know this small town and from a very young age I felt like I wanted to go out and explore. The world didn't do that so I always had that sort of. I think that desire to sort of spread my wings. I never felt like this was this. Was it for me that this was like I was going to stay? Maybe an Iowa I really wanted to to travel from young age and And then in and spread my wings so to speak. So that's so cool. It's interesting because going to a small town for a time in my childhood I think is part of what gave me the travel bug. Yeah and reverse 'cause I was born and raised in La and we started my parents. You know early on in my dad's career like so cute when they tell you those stories in my dad's like yeah you know we were like kind of broke in your mom and I would drive you up the coast. We'd stay in these little seaside motels in central California and like getting up to northern California and they fell in love with this little town called Cambridge. Yeah and we wound up moving up there for two and a half years. I think it's a five thousand person or was at the time. Five thousand person. Tam surrounded by like cattle ranches and farms and it was so idyllic in so beautiful and I had that kind of childhood experience. The talk about where you just leave your house and you go play all day and your parents aren't worried about where you are. Yeah and there was something about the incredible balance of those two lives. Yeah for me that made me. WanNa see everything Badjao. Wow whose knee. Yeah because you experienced at a young age kind of the best of both worlds and you're like holy cow if I'm getting this like what else is out there. Yeah it's so true I I remember we. My folks took us to Chicago for a cubs game. One Year Kogas the cubs and it was my first time ever seen city and I saw skyscrapers. You know as my folks call them and I just saw like the downtown and I remember thinking to myself I was like I'm going to go to college here. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa go to college and I and I did but it was like one of those things like this is a city like this is a city. This is what this is what this is and that was that feeling like that's it. I'M GONNA I'm getting. I've got like make this happen. You know come hell or high water and then of course once. I experienced the city that I was like well New York City like I want to move to New York City kind of explore that and yeah but it is interesting like you know what it is that that allows you that freedom or that that confidence. I had confidence at a very young age and I think do you think from your parents. Oh Two hundred percent for my parents. It's one hundred percent for my parents. They always said to us. You know you can do whatever you want to do. You can set your heart to just you have a good head on your shoulders. I remember I remember. I was in my senior year. I was studying journalism in College in Chicago and I put myself through school and I had this overwhelming feeling. One night that I needed to move to New York and I coincidentally you know had just gone through breakout. My friend was moving to law school in New York and he had a spare room and I was like. Wow this is really it like I could I could just maybe this is it. She moved to New York to New York. And I call it. My folks and I was like mom. Dad I've dropped out of school and moving to New York and I'm just like bracing myself waiting for it and my mom said she's like Michelle. We've always told you to follow your heart. Have a good head on your shoulders when you leaving will drive out there and we'll get we'll move out there. I was like. Oh my gosh and that'll always stick with me and it's something that you know I I'm so incredibly grateful for because it really really did. She still says those things says things to me you know encouraging words but I saw her live her life like that. I saw the way that she impacted other children that came into our home. That had been traumatized and she would sit them down and give him pep talks in. Nurture them with love and you. She's still in contact with those children and or they're adults. Now you know but I because of that experience in to enable to bear witness to it I it sounds so cheesy when I say it but I couldn't meet it anymore. Do not ever underestimate the power of believing in a child giving them that love and just that faith and just saying you can do that. You really can do whatever you want to do. And and so I just I really owe them so much because they really lived that truth and then they extended that to us. And I've always felt that confidence and I've always felt you know bolstered by them in their in their faith in me so yeah and then I was thinking like how am I going to make sure that guy instill the same thing in my own children yet. It's pretty it's it's It's a lot to get rid of your own things in your own anxieties right and then to to then like go. And then when I was seventeen I went to Japan tomato and it was my first time leaving the country and no parents or nothing. My Mom and Dad said you can do this. I don't be afraid you're you know and I remember I came back and I didn't make any money no money whatsoever and I was devastated and then the next year rolled around and they asked me to come back and try again and I was like. I don't think it didn't make any money. My Mom's like Ugo give it another shot. You don't give up after the first time. Go and do it again and I made money. I made tuition to pay for my college. My First Year of college and you know could have been so easy for a parent to say. You know what didn't work out. Try another avenue and she was just like no. You had a good time. Just go give it another shot. You know more than you did before and go and do it and I think I did you know that so anyway like 'cause you know you talk about what you got to watch with your parents having your family and also being a foster family. What was that experience? Like as a kid having other kids in and out of the home and yet it was It was emotional at times. Obviously you know our our our folks had said to us. They sat down at a very young age. And said you know and as I said my mom and a daycare out of our home so she was just a very very much natural nurturer. We still she still as we call her. The baby whisper but they said you know we're going to take in children that are less fortunate than us and we're we're going to be a family and we said Okay and I think our first foster our son Ricky. He came to us at two and a half months old. He stayed with us for two and a half years and He ultimately went back to his parents and and that was really traumatic for us and that was like are. I go and we were like. Wow he was really a part of our family and we were able to raise him and I think like one of the things with foster care the state of it is is really unfortunate is that the system is really set up for parents and the children are the ultimate victims. And sadly you know we can we can reveal rehabilitate and and try to help parents as much as we can but it's it becomes tricky because in lot of states when the child goes back to the parents and let's say they Relapse or the trauma happens again. The child doesn't naturally come back to your house and go to the same school and all of that they for purposes of them not getting to attach the foster family will then be sent to another foster family. So that's why you always hear of children going to multiple schools multiple foster homes in sadly you know they become a part of the system and so we saw that happen to my foster brother the very first one and sadly he became his children also then as he got older became a part of the system which is all too common. Really you know and then we had like brothers and sisters that will come and stay with us and there were. I remember. There were two that stayed with his again for another two years and we tried to adopt them and my mom and dad were forty five at the time. We all went to court to try to because the parental rights were taken away and we said we would really liked to have them be part of our family forever and they said you're too old to my mom and dad forty five to old so they fortunately were adopted out to an amazing family. And we're still in contact with them today. Which is Great? We have great relationships So that was a really happy ending. But.

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"michelle l" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

11:22 min | 6 months ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Hi Everyone Sophia. Bush here welcomed a work in progress where I talked to people who inspire me about how they got to where they are and where. They think they're still going. Hi Everyone I can't wait for you to hear today's conversation. My guest is a brilliant actress and also happens to be one of my very good friends. Today I'm talking to Michelle Monaghan. She joins us on the pod to share her story. What it was like to grow up in Iowa. We discussed some of her incredible roles. We talk about our latest show. Messiah which you can watch on net flex and really dive into purpose super excited for you.

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"michelle l" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

01:55 min | 8 months ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Badger premature. Yeah next week is our lascaux. That could it'd be a dream life good injury do. I'm your host for Short Justin Law Chris along our producer. Michelle pfeiffer short short by Justin Long. It's produced by Christian Lawn and Meghan Monaco. Our senior producer is Michelle. Me Lands are audio. Engineer is Sergio. And because executive producers are Marshal Louis and our non Lopez. You just got a haircut four wondering see next week do shove scoring. That's that sounds funny like a joke. Okay that's kind of what we've been telling in the car with it with a penguin already begun to a cop and the cop shed in that you are not allowed to your car taken to this one. It was the Golden State found. The car lacked. Zoo told you to take it to Khalil said stuck. We're going in here that the last part is The COP said Hey. I thought I told you that penguin to the zoo and and the lady who was driving inside I did and the like so much. Next time. We're GONNA go to the beach. Yes Oh she just took the penguin to see the animals in the zoo not to be part of this do do..

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"michelle l" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

07:22 min | 8 months ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Brought to you by Alice. What is your favorite movie of all time I would either say Fargo or in Bruges. Oh Fargo you you have a you fargo adjacent. I could see you being in Fargo. I would is I told Fx over and over again put me in Fargo. They can't be forgotten John. They're doing a new season. Isn't it. I I know a couple of people are facts and every time I see him on. Like if you've got anything murder me horrifically it'll make so many people happy if you murder for me in the Fargo like body that gets dissect it frees me. I don't care I just want to be in the show. I'm I'm a fan of the show on the fan of the movie. It's so this show so good. At one time I watched the movie. I used to decorate my room so much for Christmas when I was a kid and one time I was watching being Fargo while I was decorating it and I think this is where I see my like I was like on the dark person is that I was like hanging lights in my room home while I was watching someone would chip Christmas movie. Festive holiday fare So this might answer this question. If you had to live somewhere else where would it be not okay now brain brainard I will probably live. I mean I love Atlanta But I would maybe live in like. I don't know something very cliche like Paris. You know I really like it there. Haven't you could have dinner with three people dead or alive when you've never met. Are they all at the same dinner. Yeah Yeah I get along. Yeah Yeah Queen Elizabeth the first. Or what was that okay. I went to a Renaissance Fair Dr when I was a kid and It was Queen Elizabeth and Mary Queen of Scots. Like we're the part of the joust and then that's the Mir screening excludes got beheaded spoiler but I I was like Oh. She has red hair queen. Elizabeth has red hair. I never see people with red hair especially my no one in. My family has red hair. I didn't grow up around a weird in Scotland. Like when you see redheads you guys are. Is there ever acknowledged. Sometimes like I'll see like Or from talking to some with red hair great hair in the big gray hair. You know us. Scotland always see people where I was like. That's the only place I've ever walked behind. People were being like me but yeah I I like fell in love with Queen Elizabeth because because she was She's Ginger ingle ginger ruler of a monarchy for a quite a long time Ryan marathons marathons funds says well known for that await. You've more Bill Gates. Oh you know at the dinner just because it would keep the conversation great. It would be Dave Chapelle. Oh Yeah if you find it. Just have him. And you'd be able to pass the MIC and away. He'd be able to moderate someway. Was your favorite muppet. Who is that Oh you know? I always love beaker the Boston honey. Do's and he also made me laugh. I thought that was. I think I was thinking it was the funniest one. I'm probably most like the old men in. It's probably more my personality. Not If you have one superpower what would it be. I WANNA fly. I hate having to take connecting flights and I really hate like some of these places. I was just commend. You can't get there from New York without connecting checking some stupid place. I'd just rather fly out of the way and then the idea then landing and takeoff on. Oh Yeah Ah tells you how much of your life as stand up. You're going to spend an airport. Yeah yeah I know airports now like Oh yeah. I'll go to this place. They've I if if you could be reincarnated as a non human animal. What would it be platypus? Oh why platypus. I think they're so cool. It literally means stitch together yet. All these scientists together Really Acute Beatles or the rolling stones. I think the rolling stones think. But that's a real close one. What would you want your epitaph to read? I mean I'd rather not have one. I just Kinda WanNa be scattered everywhere in a particular place you know. I always joke around around with my friends that if I die I want to be cremated and then I went into it like a bunch of different vials and then have all my comic friends. Take me to all the comedy clubs that I liked. Sprinkle me around like an annoying. Also dark thing within like you know all like Canyon to grand places. Yeah I mean. I love the national. I'm a big National Park Fan. Donate to the national national parks and and Yeah the Grand Canyon Sedona Band. You've been a big fan in Texas actually. Never have What's next would what's what are you working on now? I knew our that. I'm going to tour with really excited about starting when when it really gets going in January I'm going to be doing clubs clubs for the first part of the year to Kinda just try to make it as good as possible and then move onto theaters. Yeah I'll be everywhere growed which is in my favorite thing to do look forward to writing a couple of things and cool. We'll see if you know whatever those take ten years you know commissioner. They can find it on your scrambled. Michelle is a wolf dot com slash tour or my instagram. Michelle is a wolf where my twitter. Michelle Michelle is. I locked all those too early. Well well you are just so fun to talk to you and the specialist so good People check it out. It's called them joke. Show how did you come up with title. I really wanted to people remember that it was a comedy show than it was all jokes because if anyone would get mad at anything anything I could be like I told you it was a joke of can't say I did not nothing in. There's I took seriously I always say don't bring your baggage into my joke. Like a lot of people that will hear something and then they take person on. It's not about you. You know like I mean I do and sometimes to joke about women where I'm like. That's so bad joke. Yeah I know that's not me. Yeah so it doesn't matter jokes show. Well thank.

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"michelle l" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

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"michelle l" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

11:47 min | 8 months ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Slightly and with always is my. It's my at times bragging host but very very rarely I'll break for you. You look really good. You've got a beard and your your hair's all Akimbo. Can here be Akimbo. I've got the I don't Care Luke. Yeah the holidays you have a devil let myself go but at work. You're interpreting as a good thing. I don't care what I look like. But it's like I don't care what I look like. Maybe because I just saw a couple of pictures of hunks on Instagram I was what you know. How every year let me clarify? Let me explain Ryan Reynolds posted a thing. Every year they do like a joke with Hugh Hugh Jackman and Jake gyllenhaal arguably three of the Honky is hung around. Who is the third one? Who's the second one Jack? Huge huge huge Ackman Mall Hawks and they have a thing about Christmas sweater. I'd be people probably know what I'm talking about. I don't really know the INS and outs of it. But I know they post these jokey photos so just looking at photos of those guys and they have that kind of looked like disheveled or they've had so you're saying I fit right in with one saying maybe I know you're saying that maybe thank you. Thank you Why are we talking about hung's we were supposed to be talking about the White House? Oh yeah why are we. Bomb was sort of a honk. Well we've the sort of well. I don't think a traditional hunk. No but if he wasn't I president and so powerful he wouldn't be considered a hung. I bet if you took a poll of women human because you can't separate you can't people can't imagine not knowing him as president now at this point is it sexist to only take hunk poll with women. I think hunks hunks are men right. Yeah female hungry but men can be. Look I'm talking about hung's on we. You acknowledge that gay men would be part of that poll and straight. Yeah that's true. Well remember we were talking to somebody the other day who couldn't acknowledge We were talking about Ryan gosling talking to a straight man about writing and I said you know and they didn't know who it was and I said you know he's really handsome actor and he goes I don't I can tell I can say well. Back Obama all right speaking of still speaking of So why are we talking about the White House talking because our guest today is a comedian. Who I would say rose to? National prominence founded ascended to national prominence when she emceed the White House correspondents dinner a few years ago. That is a humid- headlines. Doing so she did more more so than any every year. The comedian makes some sort of headline meaning they. I think this was a bigger story than I can remember to from any other other. Yeah there was another one but this is years ago. I knew controversial. She said things that people were up in arms about and was talked about about for many weeks after it wasn't just like the next day's new which always happens. This was like this was stuck around for a while. And then you guys get into it. You guys talk about. That's right so I guess as Michelle. Shell will help you know getting there a very funny comedian. Michelle Wolf though. She's you know we could have also talked about gingers that we know Tom Because Michelle's also Known for being a ginger she is but I think to reduce her to that. I know I wouldn't is somewhat unflattering because she is an extremely funny Canadian. Yes I know I for the most part I would say. She is operated behind the scenes. Wouldn't you say yes. She writes a lot of rights for huge. Like she wrote for Chris. Rock Rock and She opened Louis. CK for a long time. That's how I was first introduced. Wrote for daily show to daily show Seth Meyers so she. She writes Zan has written for all the grades. You saw her at Louis. CK Show at Madison Square Garden. Show me yes. That's right saw her. Oh that's right and I remember number being very impressed because often at comedy shows the or music shows or any show the opening act is something you can kind of take. Yeah but I remember thinking. Oh this this person all I want to hear more about the same thing and meeting her. I was struck by how different her presence in the room. And you'll hear it in the interview. She's east her voice is different and I think she talks about this. She does the last name that I have a hard time pronouncing Wolf Wolf. Yeah but we'll get and you hadn't met her so this is your first. She was I have we talked about this. She was exactly on time and we were. We were recording. Who Cares doesn't matter? So she has a new specialized schlatter second special It's out enough flex right now. It's called joker go and I highly recommend it. It's extremely for a really really really fun. So good and it's like hit after. Hit It yeah. It's the first thing. It's the first since that watching her live. It's the first thing that super specialized alight seen or two and since correspondents dinner and I was who cares no matter. Let's get to the show. Let's take someone who does make sure I'm okay. That's a good idea. So without further ADO ADO ADECCO DOA Towa you over over that further. Avoi- this is my conversation with Michelle Wolf Sweetheart Dan. This episode of Life is short is brought brought to you by the simpsons on Disney plus. The Simpsons is one of the longest running and most award winning series in history and you can stream the first thirty seasons of the simpsons and and so much more right now when you subscribe to Disney plus in the US blooming. ooh You stood up in a room full of people powerful people and make jokes at their expense and funny scathing jokes to a room full of like for the most part unreceptive powerful people. You seem like a really normal nice personnel. What did that feel like? What was that like to do that? I mean it was one of the I don't even say cool but it was like one of the it was just like an such an interesting moment because I felt the whole night. I was like I knew what I was doing. And I knew I was like I was like they have no idea what's coming And 'cause even the the woman Margaret who yeah she The we you did a sound check and she was like. Oh what are you wearing tonight. What your gown look like? I'm wearing a suit and she goes. I'm wearing pants to like my little. Stick it to the man and I was like Nick. You have no idea what's about to happen even qualifies as sitting into the man. I I guess we really get that old Victorian man of them but it was really like I Standing there and like I. I knew exactly it was going to happen and I was so excited to do it. And I've never been calmer in my entire life yes sir mm-hmm and like and you know my friend Mark normies another Combo. He's I mean He. He texted me somehow. Gave me the best advice I've ever ever gotten Right before something but he texted me. He goes remember if they're cringing. You're doing wow did you must have felt like you were killing. They were like I've never normally you know as comic audiences they start to like when they get quiet. You start to get a little panic. And as soon as they got quiet I was like sit in What great advice? Whatever what what a great it was perfect one time mark? Norman really comes through the courage that it take to stand up in front of people like that and it was clear that they were not at all open and during the dinner thing like made me so like. Oh Oh this. Is the exact right thing to do. Is The guy who owns CNN. Jeff Zucker that's his name but he stood up and saw Kellyanne conway from across the room and he goes Kellyanne and she comes over and there's just like warm embrace and I was like. Oh I'm like everything anything I'm about to say is one hundred percent. They deserve all of it. Because this is a guy. CNN is like on and on about how bad they are like and then as as soon as he c- Kellyanne. I was like you guys are making so much money together. And you're having a great time but the same corrupt multi while we league like everyone in America is just like being like read this stuff from them Yeah the joke about. CNN was credited you broke it but also again like to go. After and even-handed I would say like you go after Rachel maddow and MSNBC SMBC But like you said all all in the same room together all embracing each other in our feeding people Sometimes misinformation or I. I think there's not really a network right now. That does a good job of providing news hug straight boring. I don't mean boring as the content of the news is boring but like like this when we were growing up. That's what I'm Peter Jennings and Dan Rather in the and it was all kind of delivered in this authoritative but yeah kind of boring during when the opposite of my voice. Well Yeah you make your voice but I actually. I'm now struck meeting you. By how non Abrasive your voice is and I know. That's the thing that you are known for this thing that people recognize about you. And you've you yourself comment on it. But at what point did you begin to play. Okay with your voice In terms of performance it's not intentional on stage. I think I don't know if I'm trying to be louder or like just how it is it. Just that's how it is on state excited to in real life like if some back I'll get like really I I don't know but like yeah if I'm just a normal conversation it isn't that you have a show right now. on Netflix Go joke show It is so oh it's so I found myself really Enjoying the perspective that you had about female topics you talk about getting your period Korea and giving birth and you do it just as a male audience member in a very accessible way in a way that And I wrote down some examples of what what I'm talking about because I'm not really articulate myself proud when you talk about a period for example you said a period should be called bloody tissue falling out of whole and I love that idea that like we have these cutesy terms for it like that time of the month but the idea that it was there. There's something very accessible about The we talk about these things And very truthful logic based do you ever felt like nervous about going too far with with like the White House. 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"michelle l" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

05:47 min | 11 months ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Hostage

"Outside of her family knew that she was missing when she was first kidnapped a missing persons persons report was filed by Michelle's family but authorities soon dismissed her disappearance as a runaway case after fifteen months her name was officially removed from the FBI's database of missing people when police could not reach her mother to confirm that she was still unaccounted for one day with no explanation aerial decided to move Michelle back upstairs. Michelle didn't dare ask questions when he returned turned her to the pink room and padlocked and chained her to the dirty mattress. She knew if she uttered a single word. She would return directly. Take to the basement. The upstairs bedroom may have given Michelle a respite from the darkness of the basement but it did not give her reprieve from the violence ons aerials abuse continue daily Michelle continued to plead with him to stop and let her go or to let her see her son but again and again her pleas fell on deaf ears after his nightly abuse session as laid next to Michelle it became aerials routine to be chatty he opened up to her as if they were friends or consensual lovers he talked about his childhood abuse or being bullied by kids in his neighborhood growing up once in a moment of self reflection he told Michelle I can't help myself I. I have to hurt you years later. During aerials trial he would blame his actions on sexual compulsion when questioned on the stand and he stated I'm sick. My sexual problems have been so bad on my mind. I'm impulsive according to sex addiction specialist Shaulis Robert Weiss Aerial US claims of sex addiction to excuse his horrendous behavior Weiss said in an NBC News Article Without Remorse without empathy without a consistent pattern of compulsive and addictive behavior that involved different settings over time time. I don't see a sex addict. I just see a psychopath and a sex offender. No matter what Michelle L. said to try and convince Ariel to let her go. He would never relent at times when he seemed ready to release her. At the last possible. Moment meant always returned to his twisted reasons for why she had to stay he would tell her. You're not supposed to be sad. I want you to be happy. Happy here with me. We're supposed to be family on the nights when aerial would pass out next to her. Michelle would try to figure out a way to slip from underneath him and unchain herself but every time she would move an inch he would grunt and then grip her waist tighter in order to cope with the constant abuse. Michelle desperately tried to keep your mind occupied she would habitually conjure up memories of her son. Joey and recall the many happy moments they had together the first steps he took Christmas and birthdays. Eventually Michelle started having having visions that Joey was in the room with her two aerials dismay he often found Michelle talking out loud to the invisible joey as if he you were really there in an attempt to stop her delusions aerial brought her a radio and then finally upon request a puppy he he was desperate for Michelle to stop talking to her imaginary son. the puppy gave Michelle life it became her best friend and single single reason to keep hope alive area would routinely take the puppy small pit bull outside to do business in return him to her Michelle. L. Named Him Lobo and grew depend on him for the love she was so starved for but unfortunately Michelle's time with Lobo was short lived it one night while Ariel was sexually assaulting her in a fit of drunken rage. The puppy went nuts he began barking and biting hiding aerial trying to defend Michelle from the attack but in one fell swoop aerial grab the puppy and broke his neck killing him instantly he discarded Lobos Body in the backyard. Michelle was devastated for several more winter months. Michelle L. continued to endure aerials abuse. He forced her to live naked chained up and freezing in the upstairs bedroom. When she pleaded for close he yelled at her reminding her that she was not there to be warm but to service him. After seven months of captivity Ariel exhibited his characteristic Dr Jekyll Mister Hyde personality. He finally allowed Michelle to keep a TV in her room and even take a shower. Both privileges were a surprise and unprovoked one day as she was watching TV. Michelle happened to see see a news report stating that sixteen year old girl named Amanda Berry had gone missing. Michelle suddenly felt a sinking feeling in her gut area was spending a lot of time in the other bedroom lately getting ready for something. Michelle knew who he was preparing it for..

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"michelle l" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

16:57 min | 1 year ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Lori. the essence of it is basically. Laurie tells the operator that she went back and saw her friend and she says her head was crushed. She gives them michelle's name. Tells them where they can find the house and the dispatcher asks her if she can go back and meet the officers. The lord says she's too scared so she waits at the taco bell for an an officer to come pick her up and drive her back to the scene no when they get back. There's something interesting now. I'm not a hundred percent sure what it means. Laurie says when they drive up now the porch light is on. No one makes a big deal of this but michelle's daughter autre kara has always wondered did that mean that her mom's killer could have still been in the house when laurie came up the first time we we don't have the answer to that but it's something that will always linger in caras mind when detectives finally get to the scene and take inventory of what's there it's over whelming the crime scene spread over three separate rooms michelle had been running from her attacker skin and hair hair and bones were found in three different rooms the bathroom the dining room and finally the living room where lori said she saw michelle's lifeless for spotty and when lori said to the nine one one operator that her face was gone or the had been crushed what she didn't know was that michelle had been shot with a shotgun shotgun multiple places but the final blow was to her face just to the left of her mouth and that was the shot that killed her when investigators look for physical evidence. They don't have a ton. There seemed to be no forced entry but that's not too surprising since lori said michelle probably would have kept the door unlocked to let her her come home leader but there was something interesting. The phone line seem to have been ripped from the wall and most telling in michelle's hand and was a handful of hair now. Wall police are trying to catalog everything at the scene. Things are happening in parallel lori. Lori and tom are taken to the police station and both their hands are tested for gunshot residue which both comeback negative. Laurie tells police for story of finding michelle l. leaving out the fact that earlier in the night they were looking for drugs but who would wanna tell police that additionally while this is going on police are learning about michelle's tumultuous relationship ship with charles and so the detectives send someone to the house that he's staying at around five thirty in the morning basically just to keep an eye on him while they worked the scene see if he does anything fishy make sure he stays in one place so we can talk to him. When we're ready. Now police are watching him but they aren't ready to go in with a warrant until nine o'clock in the morning and from the time they're watching till they go in at nine. He was inside when police walk in they described charles as being on the couch rocking back and forth just saying oh no when police approach him. He just says i didn't do it. He didn't try to run or fight back but he refused to talk two police when they took him into custody. The house he was staying in is treated like another crime scene they search high and low looking for any sign that he he could have been around michelle when she was murdered and here's what they find they find two shotguns even though it's illegal for him to have these weapons because of the court orders against him at the time and remember it was a shot gun used to kill michelle. They find shotgun shells in a trash can outside the garage. They find a couple of specks of blood one on his white tennis shoe that had no laces one on his sweatshirt and one on his bedding finally they did another g._s. Are gunshot residue test on charles and multiple swabs taken from his left palm left back right poem all came back with significant amounts amounts of antimony and barium and lead showing positive results. He handled a gun recently now. This seems like an open and shut case. A woman was murdered with a shotgun. The man who has consistently had police reports filed for beating the living in crap out of her has the same kind of gun in his house with shells in his trashcan and blood on his stuff and witnesses who allegedly heard this man threatening to blow her head off which is exactly what happened to her. It didn't take long for police to build a case against charles allen but everything i listed above mostly asli was circumstantial. Some of the shows in the garbage seemed to match the scene but it's not one hundred percent exact science and the problem was they didn't didn't have the gun. Even though he had two shotguns in his house. The one that was used to kill michelle wasn't found but police thought they knew why he hit actually bought a brand new weapon from a man just two days before the murder and this man testified at trial that he did sell it to charles alan so this was another shotgun that they were never table to locate but they can prove he bought it but again all circumstantial so okay. Let's look at the blood and take for instance. The blood on the shoot was just a small speck on a white shoe. The spec was too small an amount to test in the nineties so they couldn't say for sure if it was even michelle's the defense pointed out that there were no shoelaces and they say like who would even wear shoes without laces in such a cold february day but the prosecution when they got up was like we're we're looking at the same thing. That's not our question. We're seeing this and saying the reason there are no shoelaces is because leases are the only part of the show he couldn't clean blood off of. He probably got rid of those just like he would have gotten rid of the gun if he did so their argument at least for me. The prosecution's russia cousens arguments seems legitimate but again circumstantial because you do not have those as you do not have the gun so the defense keeps attacking the prosecution's nations circumstantial evidence and this time they go after the spec of blood on the sweatshirt which again was too small to test so they say listen you gotta just completely throw that out but the prosecution succesion thought they had something solid they did have the spot of blood on charles bedding and that spot was big enough to be testable and when they tested it it was michelle's blood now. The defense says they have an excuse for this to they say well. I mean that's not not surprising. They dated on and off. Maybe she had a nose bleed before you can't tell when the blood got there. This is totally explainable and at one point we in the trial. The defense attorney says something that made my skin crawl. He said you know nosebleed aside or whatever he said. Listen take for example. There might be blood in michelle's own trailer but clearly that has nothing to do with this crime because no crime took part in that trailer so he continues if blood were to be found in that trailer we have to assume it's from previous times where charles beat up michelle so they were proposing that the jury view all of the evidence this way he's basically saying that we should did assume that blood could be all over charles and his stuff and where he stays because he beat on her so frequently that we should expect expect to see her blood everywhere by now and that shouldn't be taken into consideration when weighing whether or not he was responsible for killing her. Are you fired up up like me because there's more the defense also said well yeah. They fought all the time and to clarify here. Which of course the defense did not. We're not talking about like screaming. Matches or arguments were talking about police reports of michelle getting her nose broken bleeding profusely. He says yeah they fought all the time with the always he's got back together and things were fine. That is not fine. A victim might go back to an abuser but that does not make the abusers. I actions normal or fine or even mean that they won't escalate now. This isn't the only thing i have problems with that. The defense did during the trial when it was time for lorry to tell her story about finding her friend. The defense counsel goes on and on about lorries use of drugs. He goes into extensive detail about how she does drugs. Do you snort it. Do you inject it. How do you inject it. Will you show us. How are you inject it now. Let's talk about michelle. How did she do drugs. This did not have any relevance to the case or whether or not charles was innocent or guilty. The defense attorney wanted the jury to have a distaste for laurie and michelle. He was trying to attack the character of the victim to try to make her seem unsympathetic and he was trying to make them think lori was untrustworthy because he had something up his sleeve. The defense had a story for michelle's own brother her who said that lori told him she was there when michelle died and that she watched someone else kill her but that someone wasn't charles us now this scenes like a bombshell but michelle's brother wasn't stable michelle sister testified as much in court art and when i talked to care a michelle's daughter in present day she said this quote he suffers from various mental illnesses including a mild mental delay he he has had to have legal guardian most of his adult life. My mother and carl sister pam tried to have him declared incompetent to stand trial in the months prior but it it didn't work out going on my experiences with carl. He found a situation in which he felt important and made up information to remain in the spotlight. The last time i heard from karl he was homeless in memphis tennessee and i mean this explanation seems logical enough. How many cases have we crime. Junkies heard about where people insert themselves into the investigation or make up false stories completely and that is sometimes compounded. If a person is mentally ill however for the defense used the story from carl two point two one other piece of information in this case that can't be explained away as easily that clump of hair and michelle's hand it came back inconclusive to matching charles now they didn't do a full dna profile testing from what i understand because of the limitations in the nineties just like a visual comparison so i don't think this is the definitive proof we would necessarily have in present day of this testing was done and but it was enough of a question mark for the jury combined with carl's story and the way the defense bashed laurie michelle's character it. It didn't matter to them. That charles had abused michelle countless times before it didn't matter that there were hearsay witnesses who her charles threatened to kill michelle and the exact way that she died. It didn't matter that they found her blood on his betting. The jury found charles allen not guilty and i want to make a quick note inherent testing on the hair has never been done with new technology. If we want to theorize about other people you of course are free to do so but keira has asked that if you speculate and theorized please keep her father out of any theories he he had his son that night he's been cleared yet an alibi he fought for and won custody of both kids which is super rare and she says he's a loving and gentle man. Who's been a good father and other than exchanging the kids on weekends. He had no interaction with michelle and no motive to harm her so i ask keira what her theory of that night is. She said she's had twenty years to think about every possible theory and she keeps coming back to that phone cord that was ripped out of the wall. Now police always theorized that the killer did it so that whoever was inside couldn't call nine one one but charles prince weren't found on it keira wonders. If someone someone maybe charles was trying to call her mother that night and her mother wouldn't take a call and her mother was the one to rip it out so whoever was trying her could could not reach her and that would have been just the kind of thing to set someone off especially if they had a history of abuse. It's been over twenty you years. No one has ever been held responsible for the murder of caras mom but the injustices don't stop there. Charles was found innocent of michelle's murder in court but he was guilty of abusing her as seen in police report after police report the courts issued a restraining order for him mm to stay away from michelle but apparently those restraining orders only last in life and they don't follow you to your grave because when charles allen eventually died of cancer he bought the two cemetery plots next to michelle one for his grandson who died as a newborn born and one for him so that he could lie next to the woman. He abused for an attorney now. Every time care wants to go visit her mother. She also is forced to visit and be reminded of the man who caused her mother so much pain. Keira has started a gofundme me that we've contributed tributed to help her move her mother so she may finally rest in peace and chara's family can finally go visit and remember their mama who she was outside of charles allen. If you want to donate to help her there will be a link on this episodes blog post. You just have to go to crime junkie podcast dot com and then in click the episodes link but i want you to know that carrigan share the story for the money. She didn't even ask me to put the go. Fund me up there. She wanted other people to hear her. Mom's story to better understand the cycle of abuse more. We talk about it. The more we recognize the signs and get out and help all people get out before it's too late. According to the national coalition against domestic violence right now nearly twenty people per minute are physically abused. He was by an intimate partner in the united states and this doesn't just apply to women. It's one in four women but also one in nine men experienced severe abuse on a typical the day there are more than twenty thousand phone calls placed to domestic violence hotlines the presence of a gun in a domestic violence situation increases the rise of homicide by a five hundred percent as seen michelle's case abusers will not change no matter how good the good is or what promises they make they will not change if you or someone you love is in a domestic violence situation and please remember it doesn't always start with the violence it can be slow and methodical and manipulative verbal abuse but it will escalate so if you or someone you love is in any kind of domestic violence what situation please reach out for assistance. You can visit n c a d._v._d. Dot org slash resources. We'll also have this on our website but they have a wonderful list of resources for help in any specific situation. We can't afford to lose another friend and or another mother like michelle..

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"michelle l" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Crime father of her two kids sometime before and he was actually awarded custody of the children. You see michelle had hit a rough patch in life. She started running with the wrong. People began drinking a little more dabbled in drugs. She wasn't in a place to have her kids full-time but she still all saw them regularly. She had them every other weekend and care a new even as a young child. Her mother loved her. Whatever was going on whatever happened or would happen up and her mother cared about her on the evening of february twenty seventh nineteen ninety eight michelle was supposed to have her kids that night but schedules got jumbled the way they tend to do when you're juggling growing kids with little lives of their own cara had gotten invited to a friend's sleepover birthday party that she really really wanted to go to you so of course her. Mom wasn't going to keep her back. So new plan kyle would stay with his dad on friday night. Care would go to the sleepover and in the morning michelle would pick up kyle bill and then swing by and grab cara and they would spend the rest of the weekend together playing games having pizza michelle even related this plan to care over the phone on on friday night. You have fun at the party. I'll see you tomorrow. I love you. The next day care patiently waited for her mom to come pick her up but she never showed instead care was surprised to see her aunt and it was this aunt who had to be the one to tell her why her mom wasn't there and why she you wouldn't be coming. She had been murdered. Keira has had twenty years to replay that night over and over feeling. I'm sure sure every emotion but in the end. She says she thinks it was a blessing that her and her brother weren't there that night because if they were she's not sure she'd be here to tell the story story today and here's what she and we know about her mom's last night knowing that she wouldn't have her kids that night. Michelle decided to to go out with her best friend. Lori lori had a small group of friends that were hanging around town mostly at a local bar. They drank a little. They drove around nothing really out of the ordinary or memorable memorable at some point in the night. Michelle's x. charles met up with him just briefly. Maybe like ten minutes or so. He brought michelle some cigarettes or something now. Now i need to talk briefly about michelle's axe or maybe not ex- they were on and off all the time probably off at that moment but they were very hot and cold hold and they had a very volatile relationship and i'm not exaggerating on september fourth of nineteen ninety seven. This is about two years before one of there. Fights got so bad that michelle had to file a restraining order and here's exactly what the restraining order reads quote he had threatened me by telling me he was going to kill me. He was calling me names. He was out of his mind. I don't want him around me or around my house. He is a a threat to me end quote now. This wasn't the first time they had blowout fights before and this wouldn't be the last all out brawls where people overheard charles threatening opening to shoot michelle or blower head off times where people witnessed charles chasing her grabbing her by her hair and dragging her off just three months before the murder. Someone said they saw charles. Charles kick michelle in the head. The restraining order was an important step for michelle but she couldn't stay away. Charles would cross the lines of that order many times and michelle ellwood to the national domestic violence statistics show as it takes on average seven times of trying to walk away before someone can leave their abuser for good. I don't know how many times michelle tried to break it off but we do know that she filed a report on september fourth and we know another police report was made on new year's zeev showing that charles violated that order police were called michelle's trailer and they'd been there before they were familiar with both michelle and charles when they arrived michelle came running out and she was agitated and as she comes running out someone had taken off through the back door. Now police tried to chase this man down but as they're looking for him all of a sudden they hear noises back inside the trailer and it sounded like the place was coming apart. This man was back inside when they came back in. There was blood all over michelle. She was bleeding from her face. Her nose was completely smashed and she'd been severely bitten on her shoulder. Her attacker was able to write off on a four wheeler but police knew her attacker. It was charles allen and they knew where to find him. When police wrote up the report reported the incident. This is what it said. Quote committed fourth degree assault by intentionally hitting and biting michelle schroeder causing physical injury victims nose was broken and her. I was badly bruised. She had a large bite mark on her arm and quote after charles. Allen beat up michelle l. again and violated the restraining order again. He didn't spend the next couple of months in jail if he would have. I might be telling a different story now but he was out free able to bring cigarettes to michelle on february twenty seventh so laurie says charles came and went that night no big scene seen things were fine michelle and lori. They're friend. Tom continued to drive around. 'til around midnight when michelle says that she's ready to go home and so that's where they head now this time michelle isn't talking about her trailer. Her trailer didn't have heat so it was a cold february night. Both lori and michelle were actually staying at one of their friends in house so around midnight laureate tom drop-off michelle at their friend's house. Laurie actually goes inside with michelle to use the bathroom and start a fire for michelle but <hes> she's still planning on going back out. When laurie leaves she sees michelle letting the dog back into the house. She didn't say anything to her didn't think too because it all seems so normal. She had no idea that when she came back just a few hours later that the house she left would be a gruesome crime scene in.

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"michelle l" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Meditative Story

"We've reached the end of michelle l. story in just a moment guide you through a closing meditation off to that. I'll share a micro step that you can take into your day inspired by the coach of mindfulness that our sponsor salesforce drinks to their work the night time sky has long been a source of all and wonder there's something about looking up and connecting with that vast expanse above that dilutes and re frames whatever issues we're dealing with at the time michelle. Put it beautifully. The universe is it moved by whatever limitations we put upon ourselves. We are a part heart of it. All the same held in its fastness part of that boston is made of it even so so with your permission. Let me guide you through meditation flowing from the fame. If it's safe and comfortable to close your eyes is then. Please do sir and if you conroy now that's totally fine. The practice will still work for you but you might want to try it again. At a time where you can be still with eyes closed that might be fun. Okay relaxing your body relaxing your mind and letting your eyelids west softly closed. If that's okay your face hands he'll belly relaxed and as you lacks lecture attention settle on the inner cinema screen of your mind the screen of your imagination begin by picturing yourself in the space that you're in just as it is imagine the setting the land and feel yourself really inhabiting that place now allow the picture to expand to include your city. Perhaps as one one of those top down aerial shots see how much space you take up in this view how much smaller you are now. Expand your imagination even further to the region urine and then to the country notice where you are in this picture. Now we're going to allow the aerial shot to go all the way into space imagine seeing the earth from the moon seeing where you are on the planet notice how fast cost the earth is the oceans the landmasses the weather systems up moving away from the sun past mars jupiter past saturn and its rings the sun shrinking and the earth where we are starting to vanish from sight entirely now allow now your mind's eye to move out even further all the way to the point where you're taking in the whole of the milky way galaxy. How much space do you take up this scale and what does this vantage point bring up fear all fear confusion wonder during this whole thought experiment payment every single thing even imagined has been in your mind. He didn't physically travel out to the edge of space you imagine your way through a series complex thoughts so notice that as you sit stand or lie here attorney authorities arising in your awareness but so as every other aspect of your experience sights sounds smells and tastes the sensations of your body they all wash through your experience sensations which arise stick around for a while and then move on notice how not a single thing of is is outside of your experience. All of this is happening in your awareness awareness furthermore. It's the experience you've ever known. Can you think of anything that you've ever known which you didn't know through your direct experience from this montage point every a single thing you've thought fell tore known as a reason within this human experiments have asked anything you can imagine as being inside of it including the vast magnitudes of space arises as a thought within the experience. We are the universe knowing itself. We are made of stars so if it helps to remember that when faced with something which closes down said so wonder which contracts us and my invitation would be to do so <music>.

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"michelle l" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"Lynn. Allie retail. I love you. I love you. Thank you so much for coming on here on your brilliance your words of Allie watts wisdom, which is unlike anybody else was so deeply deeply miss. I'm so excited that you're gonna be coming on way more often. So I I truly you are one person when human on this earth who I deeply care about more than words can express end. I'm just so thankful that you're in my life. I feel the exact same way. I feel like we've done this life dance many times will continue to do it. And it's beautiful the space that you've created for people and for yourself as well. Thank you. But we've created this end. And you're still here. So I'm so glad and for the those who might not know. Maybe they just are recent yo me's. I'm sure everybody knows who you are though. But for those who might not know where can everyone connect with you Ali so sweet on Instagram mostly it's Allie. Michelle L with the random L that everyone's unclear why that's there. My website also has like all my retreats in blog posts and stuff, and then you can find the book on the Andrews mcmeel site, if you wanna read it. So it's ready for preorder appeared in it's coming out Tober October fifteenth. I can't wait. That's so exciting. I love you. I'm thankful for your brilliance. And I'm so happy we celebrated one hundred episode happy one hundred everybody happy one hundred I love the only so much. Thank you for listening. You guys are amazing. They're young. Thank you so much for listening. I hope that this episode shifted something within you or expanded you in some away. Those of you who are new and don't know there is actually a your own magic secretly. But grew. It's amazing. It's filled with so many brilliant, like-minded individuals who are all into this too and love to support others along their spiritual journeys link for that will be in the show nuts and one big update for the you're on magic membership say well starting June seventeenth the full moon in June. I'm making simple changes to the membership site. It's pretty simple those who pay the annual fee, which is forty four forty four this year. So for two thousand nineteen I just felt like I wanted to make it a lifetime service for you. So you don't have to pay that every year. But instead you get it for her life. And then those of you paying month to month will stay the same for you as your grandmother but for everyone else starting June seventeenth the full moon. I'm going to release a lifetime bundle only option for the forty four forty four purchases. You should just get it for lifetime. You know, why not? And it's about to have so many new features and will still be updated monthly with meditations, journaling spiritual tools. Some video to for me to help you be more in tune in. Connect more deeply with your soul, divine guidance, three your own work at home and most tell me they use it for their morning routine to kick start their day in spirit. And in a sofa away in helps them feel like they're vibrations are high up there, and they feel the shift within I wanted to give you heads up well before June seventeenth is here. So with all that being said, thank you so much for listening and have a magical day.

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"michelle l" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"michelle l" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"And also, I can see people all of a sudden, I just envision people googling is Allie. Michelle L related to Allie. Watts. Yes. She is. In fact, that is a fact that just getting maybe you don't know. I would I would be. So I care -ssume that I'm related to Alan Watson Eddie way, he so affect his laugh as my favorite sound of the world. So he has an amazing laugh, and you're the one that actually got me into him. I didn't even know who he was until you. Yeah. He's got such a comforting, soothing tone. You know, if you look on YouTube, and everyone's just looped these beautiful instrumentals to his head of best sound bite talks. Yeah. Youtube and on Spotify now to maybe related. I mean mate may be probably not at all ever. But you know, we're all related in some. I know you're definitely related to my soul in some way. Yeah. Also, right now, I'm holding the amethyst that you well, you had this beautiful large amethyst like on our dining table. And I broke it. And you're like, that's okay. That's because you get this. We're so gay with it. But I'm holding it right now in memory and honor of. Yeah. I think when like jewelry breaks are crystals crack in half or anything of that sort? It's always meant to be. So it is exactly anyways. Again. Thank you for celebrating this milestone. I honestly could not celebrate it without you, it just it really felt so right. So I'm so so happy you're on. I'm so happy to be here on it's been a year. So there's so much to reflect on and talk about with each other. I miss all the Yomi so much. I love them in always look in the Facebook group in it's so cool to see how interactive it is what communities been built. They are. Absolutely amazing. And honestly, thank you to all of you who have been so engaging active and just listening even to this podcast because it wouldn't exist in this community wouldn't exist without you all so I am just I'm just on cloud nine right now. That's all. This is it's nine twenty AM says is the perfect way to start the oh yet Allie will you? Join me in a classic prayer to the universe that listeners. They never really got a hero's do before we begin our podcast now speaking, we should have recorded them. They were so powerful on so magical and honest to be on his I've had to keep up the tradition. I cannot start a podcast without praying. And even sometimes I've been having guests do it with me. And they absolutely love it, and the tribe has been very responsive to it too. So would you like to pray absolutely beautiful in if deal fair to chime in if you want to or just listen if you want to before we begin let's take a deep breath in to settle in ground. Next. The angels and divine guidance. Thank you. Thank you, so much her guiding alliens to this moment again to be here with each other with the listeners, I am so grateful and to celebrate this powerful creation that we envisioned together a year and a half ago and everything that has manifested since. And at this time may you use Alleyen die as a vessel to deliver a shared truth from our hearts, and allowing the ego of our minds to to simply just take it back. See as we stay present end open with love and compassion. And to bring light from any experience lessons of messages of our lives that will help and shift the lives for the better for everyone listening in one way or more..

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"michelle l" Discussed on Your Own Magic

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"michelle l" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"Oh man we have it had enough mushroom coffee anyways her name is only michelle whereas i'd like to call her moonlight hello moonlight hello said oh man is weird a guests on here i i'd suddenly have like summits empathy for ruined the but on here i'm like you are on the seats here on the hot seat read sea and you're like staring at me was super present i that is hero i am here here to interview with all of their amazing questions by the way so let's get back to it though i kinda wanna you know i wanna be professional and give you a little bit of an intro i want to in fact to actually gis took your bio from your book naomi life when 24 hours the buyers looking back covered anyway kc you guys don't know alley michelle l we'll be seeing her poetry book explorations over cosmic soul in just a few days from on this podcast really is released so this wednesday january 31st which happens to be the day of the blue moon and also oh my mom's birthday i just had to put their that in there for my mama she listens to everything once in a blue moon does anyone get to release a freaking poetry book on a blooming seriously so wise and that energy is only going to allow this poetry book to soar in the hands of who needs it mouse it's just going to i hope it reaches and i know it will reach everybody who needs to here and feel your powerful words because you are one of the most empowered goddesses that i personally now and i whenever i read your poetry i feel that empowerment and enlightenment so i can't wait for everybody to just so it up all right back to the bio alley michelle is an inspirational poet writer and the cofounder cohost of wellness podcast as i already said euro magic alley is a meditation and yoga teacher who also trained in both break you a cream you'll save girl hughley she combines her different holistic healing.

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