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AJ Reflects on His Disillusionment With America's Leaders

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:04 min | 1 d ago

AJ Reflects on His Disillusionment With America's Leaders

"Because basically yesterday's show was about not only this particular song that made a difference in my life as a kid, she said song, but also because I don't know where we're headed as a society. I just don't know, man. I don't know. And I'm not afraid to say so. And I do a podcast, obviously called politics is a bitch and sometimes honestly picking up the microphone feels like a hundred pounds. Because I'm not happy we were headed, I'm not happy with Biden. I'm not happy with Donald Trump. And what he did with Kanye and Nick Fuentes and Milo, you're not bullish and that whole bullshit disaster, I'm not happy. With the people who are more or less in charge of where we're headed, it's a scary time, man. And yet, I get messages from you people telling me to go ahead, keep doing what you do. Every morning, I automatically worry, thank you for keeping it real and knowing your heart of hearts and no matter what you say the fame family will always be here waiting. That's from Cheryl. I mean, AJ, we all feel the same. You vocalized it. It's depressing. I feel like everything I love about our country is not what we thought it was. It's sad and scary and yes, our memories of how things used to be, seem even more special. No one doesn't like you, AJ. I mean, I'm not trying to brag. I'm just saying what I'm saying. It's a different time in America.

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Amber Athey: Watching Kanye West Exit Out of Tim Pool Interview

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | 6 d ago

Amber Athey: Watching Kanye West Exit Out of Tim Pool Interview

"Dan I don't know if you know this I was at the Tim pool studios on Monday night when Kanye came in to do the interview with no give us the school No this is interesting I did not know this See I don't give amber the questions but she doesn't give me her material in advance either The floor is yours Well he flew in from LA on Monday and actually landed at Frederick municipal airport and you probably are familiar with the promenade there Dan And they went to get havasi dinner there Finally showed up to the Tim pool house after their car came to get them And he was in quite the mood He was not happy that the people there wanted to take pictures with him or talk to him So I was supposed to sit in the studio during the interview and he asked me in a couple of other people to leave because he didn't want any onlookers during the interview itself And it only took about 20 minutes for him to storm off the set because Tim pool gave him some mild pushback on the things that he was saying about Jewish people And then after he walked off the show he was in a noticeably better mood and my perception was that he probably didn't even really want to be there And that this whole thing was arranged by Milo yiannopoulos who is currently serving as his campaign manager And so I wonder if he's behind the InfoWars interview as well But this is quickly devolved to a place that is just I mean you use the perfect word for it indefensible

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Ye, Fuentes Dinner With Trump Was Set up by Milo Yiannopoulos

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:31 min | 6 d ago

Ye, Fuentes Dinner With Trump Was Set up by Milo Yiannopoulos

"Had a long conversation with a colleague of mine this morning that I want to share with you. I had just seen a clip of morning Joe Joe Scarborough and Mika. They're all mortified at Trump having dinner with Kanye and Nick Fuentes, the Hispanic supremacist. They call him a white supremacist, but he's Hispanic. He's the Hispanic guy, right? But I don't know. I don't know anything about the guy. I don't think much about Kanye. Kanye's a big rap artist, right? Married to Kim Kardashian, now they're divorced? He's Friends with Trump. I guess the latest is the dinner was a setup. They're claiming that Kanye and this Nick guy with help from Milo yiannopoulos sort of ambushed Trump. They set him up, they wanted it to look bad for him, and he fell for it. I think it was Willie geist this morning on morning Joe, who said Trump fell for. He was scammed. That a whole thing was a setup. They wanted to attack him because they think he's not, I don't know, doing enough for the base or he's letting the base down. It's like Ann coulter complaining about Trump, you know, not doing enough at the border. I mean, a lot of these people are people who are just, they crave the limelight, and they're provocateurs, and they don't care how they're in the media as long as they're getting covered. They're with Trump. They're not with Trump. One day their fans, they write books about them, then they turn on him.

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Kanye West Believes Jews Are Attacking Him

The Officer Tatum Show

02:33 min | Last week

Kanye West Believes Jews Are Attacking Him

"Let me get to what I'm saying. Kanye West has said some things and brought to light some things that most people are afraid to say and that are true to some degree. Now, the whole Jewish thing, I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about other points of contention about fatherlessness and the black community about the music industry. All of these things have some truth in it. But they discount what he said because he say crazy things sometimes. And things that I think are ridiculous. However, on temple show, and we got to a short clip of it. But tempo is a podcaster. He got probably one of the biggest podcasts on YouTube. And he brought Kanye on there. Milo yiannopoulos, who's, they banned him on everything. He used to be a pretty big gay conservative. Now I think he's not gay anymore. At least it's from his mouth. He said he's not gay anymore and he changed his life or something like that. And now he's kind of Kanye West's campaign manager or I call him Ye west's campaign manager. And then Nick Fuentes, and I'll talk about Nick Fuentes the other day. That kid is clearly a racist. He's clearly a racist. He don't even care about saying he's a racist or not. The only reason he's around Kanye who's black and he's white is because it's clout. He don't think black people are very smart and a while. He's on video. I saw a video today I shared with one of my friends who claimed to like Nick Fuentes. I shared a video. He dropped the N word right on there. And then said, oops, I'm sorry that slipped out. And he literally says that black people are dumb and educated. As if they're dumb in an educated and it's because only the color of your skin makes you a dumb and uneducated person. I'm gonna get to that in a minute. But I'm gonna play the clip of Kanye walking off of the podcast from Tim Poole because Tim pool refused to say that it was Jewish people that were attacking him. I believe that's the clip we have. Go to clip too. Been extremely unfair to you. Who is they, though? We can't tell you they is, can't we? I'm not using I don't use the word as the way I see you guys. I'm sorry. It is them, though, isn't it? I mean, because when you think about it, consider it. In 2018 what do you mean it's not? What do I mean like, okay, so how about you leaving? Are you afraid of the press? He's on. So he gets up and walks out because he said they have been unfair to me. Tim poo said, I agree, they have been unfair to you and he said, who is they? And Thimphu wouldn't say who Kanye believes is that. And so Kanye walked out. Is this a good look for Kanye now?

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Trump Facing Backlash After Dinner With Ye and White Nationalist

The Officer Tatum Show

02:02 min | Last week

Trump Facing Backlash After Dinner With Ye and White Nationalist

"Gotta talk about Kanye West, Milo, Nick Fuentes, and Donald Trump. These are gonna be harsh words. And I hope that people were listening with understand where I'm coming from. Donald Trump, for whatever reason, and I do not understand why. It appears to me that he's disconnected with reality. To a certain degree. Why would you meet with Kanye West and Nick Fuentes? Now, I know that he may not have known who Nick Fuentes was. But he know who Kanye West is. And it doesn't matter if Kanye West is your friend, you are running for a president. Kanye West has been blacklisted. Whether it's right, wrong or indifferent, it's irrelevant. You gotta play the game like a politician. You can't be in the same room while you're running for president with Kanye West. Why mister Tatum? Because the media has created a narrative that Kanye West is an anti semite, I don't believe it's true, but it doesn't matter what I believe. There's a narrative that have been said and unless it's absolutely vital that you meet with somebody who's so controversial at this moment in time, you should probably put that on the back burner. Why mister Tatum? Because Kanye brought Nick Fuentes. Now, some of you guys probably don't know who Nick Fuentes is. You probably should know. He is a legitimate racist person. I saw his videos where he's legitimately saying racist stuff.

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Highland Park shooting scene reopened

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Highland Park shooting scene reopened

"Barricades and crime scene tape have come down in Thailand park Illinois that were surrounding a business district that was close in July 4th mass shooting that occurred during a parade in this Chicago suburb It was very quiet when the barricades came down sometime before 5 30 a.m. when Dale Miller started walking his dog Milo in the area right near where the shooting occurred He lives about a hundred yards away but was not at the parade He heard what he thought at first was fireworks but later realized was gunshots Immediately people started calling him when they heard the news Many were panicking including his daughter who he said called him up in tears He says I've lost my safe haven I highland park was always the one place I could go where I was safe And that's been taken away In highland park I'm roger Schneider

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Chris Kohls and Sebastian Discuss the Dangers of Incrementalism

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:41 min | 5 months ago

Chris Kohls and Sebastian Discuss the Dangers of Incrementalism

"Want to focus it on this phrase. Normalizing aberrant sexual behavior, bingo. That is a clinical precision Chris that I commend you for absolutely. And look, we could spend the next three hours on this topic, but this is called incrementalism. We were told we were told, just give the marriage and that's it. It'll be settled. End of story, everybody will be happy because what civil union wasn't enough. And then what happens now? Now we have drag queen story out then we have the what is it men attracted to young boys or something, there's these professors who are saying that love between an adult and a young boy is still a lot of. Well, guess what? That is the definition of incrementalism. And we just, we were so nice. We said, okay, give the marriage well, were they satisfied, Chris? They certainly were not. These activists are crazy. They will never be satisfied. They'll always want a little bit more, a little bit more. Milo yiannopoulos actually opened my eyes to something that was quite profound, which I had never realized, which was that in the 90s, they pushed this idea that you were born this way. You were always everybody was born gay. And the reason is because if you're born black, there's nothing you could do about that, right? It was what they call an immutable characteristic. And they wanted to make homosexuality and immutable characteristic because if it was a choice to be gay, well, then you could discriminate against somebody. You could say, well, I don't agree with your lifestyle, so I'm not going to hire you because you're gay. They said, we don't want people to be able to do that. So we're going to say that this is an immutable characteristic. This is something I can't change something I was born

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"milo" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

05:14 min | 9 months ago

"milo" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Left on for the video. I run amphetamine for that. Oh, okay. Good to know. You've got some more though. So another one is color slurp, so with those themes that you just adore and love that I've created in obsidian. Color slurp has been a good way to I'm being facetious, of course, but color slurp is a great way to just not just find a color that you like or color scheme, but you can save them into palettes. And so you can refer back to them really easily. And so when you're trying to get that shade of yellow just right and see how it does play next to a shade of faded cyan, that's been really helpful. There's so many uses for that too. I mean, even if you're just making keynote presentations and you just want the colors to look nicer, having a way to grab a color, and then you can use that color in a color wheel or do all sorts of things to make a nice complimentary colors. I use the same app and that's how I come up with the colors for some of the field guide covers. Great app. Oh. I'm curious if there's one where I can mention that you don't know. No, no. I'm a big setup, fan. Honestly. I guess we should just talk about that just for a minute. We don't get into politics on the show much, but Ukraine has been invaded and set up is from Mac Paul, which is a Ukrainian developer. They're Friends of ours. And I've been an email contact with them. They're doing okay. But, you know, it's not fun to be like have your country invaded and anything folks want to do to support them. And I'm doing this very awkwardly because I haven't really planned on doing it, but if you go to the Mac paw website, they've got some links there, and I trust the links those guys have. They've been a long time supporter of the show, but they're also just their nerds like us, and they're dealing with this stuff. And I guess I'll just leave it at that. But I would recommend going to the setup website into the Mac paw website if you want to see any ways you can help them out. Yeah, their CEO put a really good blog post together. And I'll put that in the show notes. It's heartbreaking. Yeah. Well, I'm glad you did mention that. It's tough to strike the balance between not being involved in a different topic, but I think worth mentioning. So I appreciate that. Yeah. You got any more? I think I see one on the list here. I've never heard of. What's clip grab? Yes. All right. So clip grab, I know there's one that is also in setapp, but I just became so familiar with the ease of use with clip grab. Essentially, as far as I understand it, and I'm no expert here, but it's just an open-source way to grab YouTube videos and other things. That seems to work pretty nicely for my purposes. I mean, there's nothing fancy about it. You just copy a URL, you open clip grab. It checks out what's on your clipboard, and then just ask you if you want to start. Downloading it. So that's been really effective every now and then to grab some sort of some sort of clip for whatever purpose on YouTube. I really like that one. And it's been around for a while. You can learn a lot from YouTube. I mean, there's a lot of great educational content on there. I'm assuming that probably is part of your personal knowledge management system is references to some of these videos. It is. Yeah, and with clip grab too, that actually I learned about it when I was a post production coordinator because we'd have to grab potential clips of different things just as temporary placeholders. And so that was a really effective tool to quickly grab something. Well, Nick, I am as a fan of yours and a friend of yours. I am so happy that you're able to put all your time into linking your thinking and I don't think I did justice to what you're doing there. It's a really great set of videos gang if you're listening and you have the slightest bit of interest in obsidian. I'd recommend going and checking out some of the content that Nick has, and the stuff he's done. It's all on YouTube at link in your thinking. You also have a website, Nick, with the URL again. Yeah, linking your thinking dot com. That would probably be the place to go. Yeah, so go there and that's got links to YouTube and the cohort classes and all the other content that Nick has. Anywhere else folks should go to see you Nick. Yeah, I'd say the best one is the dot com slash learn. There's a link to a newsletter. Feel free to unsubscribe, but what's nice about that is then you'll receive extensive list of free resources that are all kind of curated for you, including the talk that we had. Actually, I think more than one, because we have the lighthouse and then the focused podcast with Mike schmitz. So we tried to do our best to curate helpful resources, especially if someone's new to this, they probably should just kind of ease into it with random free content here and there. So that's what that resources page attempts to do. Excellent. Thank you for coming on, Nick. We are the Mac power users. You can find us at relay dot of M slash MPU. We want to thank our sponsors today. One password, text expander, indeed, and Microsoft lists, and we'll see you next.

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"milo" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

01:47 min | 9 months ago

"milo" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Up, sign in and track what matters most. Check it out and get this. Let Microsoft know what you like if you have any feature requests. Thanks to Microsoft for the support of the show and relay FM. Nick, we always like to end these interviews talking about some of your favorite apps and services. I know you've been using a Mac a long time. And I don't expect we're going to hear many iPad apps from you today, but I would like to know what are some of your favorite apps and services that help you get through the day. Yeah, absolutely. Well, I think it'll be familiar to you set app set up is a fantastic way to just find and usually when I find some sort of app out there, I realize it's already a part of the setup collection, and I think, wow, I don't know how they do it, but I think three of the ones I have to share are from that. Text sniper, which is just amazing. So I can hit command shift to, I think that's the natural one for it. And then whatever's on the screen, I can essentially copy that text, which is very helpful if you're watching a video or any sort of screen share potentially. You don't want to just be copying anybody's stuff, but it's just a nice way to really quickly get the text on screen. Boom, like that. And then you can paste it somewhere else. One, I'm actually almost curious to ask YouTube about is the need for amphetamine, which is, I don't know how to best describe it, but it's a way to keep, I guess I should put this in context. The need for amphetamine, the app. So with amphetamine, it.

"milo" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

07:41 min | 9 months ago

"milo" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"So next before the break, we were kind of talking about obsidian in the abstract. But it has become so much more. And I totally agree with you about the developers being top notch because they have enabled not only their own plugins in the application, but they've enabled third party plugins in the community has just gone nuts, building additional features into this application. It's also now, by the way, on the iPhone, the iPad, we didn't mention that. So in the plugins work across, which is very weird to me that you can make a plugin on the Mac and it works on the iPad, but that's generally the case. So what have you now that you've kind of fully invested in this platform, what are you doing with it to kind of increase its usefulness to you? Yeah. So much. I will try with starting with sliding panes is a plugin. It's one of the more popular ones. Not everyone likes it. Do you use sliding paints, David? Yeah, I do. I think they're cool. Yeah. Yeah, and so one of those Mac tricks that works in most applications, let's see, does it work in finder? It works in finder. So as when you hold down shift and then you scroll with the mouse wheel, it'll scroll left to right. I didn't know that until about, I don't know now, four years ago, but when I discovered it, I was telling everybody and I still do. It's amazing. You can scroll left to right. So with sliding panes, each note is a pain and you can just open several several notes. You can have 20 notes open, maybe it's better to have around ten, usually, or two, then you can just scroll back and forth and it's literally like you have a physical workbench with a bunch of index cards on it, and you can just start going from this index card to that one. But with all the advantages of digital text. So I really, really enjoy sliding panes and I use it all the time. Yeah, that's a good one. And all the context for this, really, I think, with you, Nick, is the thing I find so interesting with the link in your thinking content is that you're helping people use this stuff to do more than track their veterinary and visits. The stuff you're doing with it is more kind of deep stuff. I talk on the show occasionally about, I've called it for years Sparky OS, my personal operating system. And it's a dumb name. And if you actually read the books, our brains are not like computers, but whatever. That's what I've done. But I do have thoughts in there about things like Aristotle and whatnot. And the thing that I found amazing when I started using obsidian by making the links is the way obsidian would start showing me connections that I never had really made on the top of my brain that had to kind of subconsciously existed for a lack of a better term. And that's one of the things that you're doing a lot of over at linking your thinking. I mean, how do people get started with that? Yeah. Get started with making connections. Yeah. There are a few ways. So I like to the best framing device is thinking about links as people in a way. Notes are people. And then there are ways to build relationships between notes. And there are basically the three core ones, and then there's sort of a fourth one. So we're all pretty familiar with folders. You can group notes together and say you all live here. And that's one way to build relationships between those notes. They're not actually connected in any direct way, but they're put together pretty arbitrarily. So that's one way. And then we're also somewhat familiar with tags, and everyone seems to have opinions on them. If anyone has a negative opinion, it just will say, give it another shot, but slowly, because in this link based world, they come into play in different ways. But then we have this third one that now we have at our fingertips, which is the link itself. The direct link. You're saying these two have a very strong relationship. Maybe they're part of the same family. Maybe they're on the same team. Whereas a tag is a weaker bond. Like, hey, we all like the Los Angeles Lakers, but there's a certain power in weak connections as well. And then the fourth one is a queries. Where you can actually put in a certain search, a saved search, and get dashboard results back to you that are always ready and auto updating. So there are multiple ways that we can form relationships between all these individual notes and from that make more sense of things and be more productive. So yeah, I mean, through those relationship builders, there are very natural ways that ideas resurface or lead to those serendipitous connections that you were just referring to. Yeah, and they all are supported in obsidian. Tags, folders, links, the whole thing exists there. One of the things that showed up with the SPARC OS as I started moving things into obsidian was the remarkable number of links I had between writings and articles I'd read about the Buddhist concept of mindfulness and the stoic ideas, like I didn't realize that. And then after obsidian showed me those connections, I started kind of looking at the differences and almost felt to me like there were western and eastern versions of a lot of the same ideas and I started looking into it deeper and a bunch of people on the Internet had already figured this out, but I haven't, but obsidian pointed me that way. And that was something where I was like, oh, okay, this is actually more than just a collection of ideas. This is an active communicating database of ideas that almost shows me things that I didn't know existed. It's kind of cool, you know? I would say, and one that just recently crossed my mind is so I keep track of three kinds of people, one are like anyone kind of in my network, like YouTube are in my quote network. And you know, I don't like using the word networking, but just broadly speaking, anyone around there that I may have any sort of associated interaction with, I could say people slash network. Okay, great. The other type are NPCs like non player characters that'd be like Elon Musk or something. They're out there in the world, but I'm not really interacting with them. And then there's a third one prominent people because let's go back to Aristotle, right? Let's keep track of prominent people throughout history. That's kind of cool. And I was doing this with my favorite thinkers. And something amazing happened. And it led to, I'm going to do a YouTube video about this eventually, but it led to what I'm calling the 5 decade rule. And I think there's something about for me, at least and I want to throw it out there as an essay, which is an exploration, and just see what people think. But people born 5 decades before you revere. They're not too far removed from where you're at culturally. So they still relate, but they are far enough removed, where maybe you don't feel like, I don't know, competitive, or you just, you don't think that they've earned their ideas have enough time out there in the ether to be validated. And what I noticed was mihai chick sent me high who just passed away. He was born in 1934, 36, the same year as.

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"milo" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

08:09 min | 9 months ago

"milo" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Hello everyone, this is David sparks and I am joined by my co host fresh back from a nice trip into the mountains to even hack it. How are you today, Stephen? I'm good, David. How are you? Excellent. So you got to unplug for a little bit last week. That's cool. Yeah, and visited some family and then spent some time up in the mountains in North Carolina and yeah, very little cell service, which was great. Did very little work. And it was always good to unplug for a few days. Yeah, and all the Mac studio reviews dropped and you could just ignore them because you were out of range. It just meant what I came home. I had like a bunch of stuff to read and watch. And I'm very excited about getting mine, hopefully, very soon. Yeah. Yeah, I did a thing with the max market labs and several. Several subscribers have ordered theirs and people are excited. It seems to me, almost like people are more excited about the display than the Mac. And I think it makes sense because it's going to work with so many laptops. But we're not here today to talk about the Mac studio. We're here to talk to date and Nick Milo. Welcome to the show, Nick. Hey, hey, happy to be here. Yeah, it's for folks who don't know, Nick has got a popular YouTube channel called linking your thinking. And I stumbled into Nick's content like, I don't know about a year ago, Nick, you first started making just really high quality stuff about obsidian. And I thought it was excellent. And I was a fan of what you were doing. And then my pal Mike schmitz joined one of your cohorts and you came on the focus podcast and you and I have become friends in the meantime and I'm just a big fan of the stuff you make Nick. Well, thank you. I appreciate that. It's a pleasure and honor to be here and just in general in the space of talking about the things that we all seem to have similar passions around and excitements around. And yeah, I'm just really thankful to be here in the journey here was kind of strange, but I'm happy to be here now. Well, let's just talk about the journey for a minute. I know that you started your first business was some sort of a gym or something, right? What was it? Yeah, so I grew up in Montana and there isn't any established industry to the outside world in the tech space or in the entertainment space or fitness or anything really. So after graduation, I spent some time as a silver engineer, but along with that, I was, I guess, moonlighting with one of my friends in college football teammates to develop this business called pink gloves boxing. And it was a targeted, mainly towards women, but not exclusively, and it was a fitness boxing program, and that was in 2009, and it was just about as much about empowerment as it was about the exercise itself. And so that was something that we licensed, kind of grew it into something really cool. And there were a few aspects to it. The camaraderie we experienced in college football was so amazing. And we wanted to have something similar like that that we could share with others. And then we also wanted to systematize boxing because unlike all the other martial arts out there, they have this, the system of belts, and so we kind of created a system of tears that work for boxing, and there are reasons that that's never really happened before, but we were happy to do that. So we take someone who's never thrown a punch, and then four years later, they're doing things you wouldn't believe. Yeah, and then somehow you went from there to becoming an editor for Better Call Saul. I mean, that's quite a change. Yeah. I guess long story short there is just I've always been interested in the filmmaking side of things. And then made a couple ND feature films. But eventually in 2016 jumped over to Los Angeles, started giving people getting people coffee and doing the whole lunch thing as a PA, a production assistant, you're the lowest person on the in rank and just worked my way up slowly, but surely. And got involved with some really great people. And that led to crazy crazy opportunities that I shouldn't really have had, but somehow they landed in front of me and I did not hesitate to take advantage of those opportunities. And so yeah, edited assistant edited very briefly on Breaking Bad the movie and then just finished my final gig most likely. Most likely in the entertainment industry, which was the Better Call Saul final season. Which I'm very much looking forward to watching when it comes out. It's so good. So good. But you know, it is interesting when you want to get into an industry being the guy that gets the coffee and just being in the room so often can lead to opportunities. And obviously you have to take advantage of the opportunity, you have to have the talent when the opportunity arrives, but folks who are think that's kind of work is below them. If you're trying to break into something, I think it's exactly where you need to be. And it sounds like you pulled that one off pretty nice. And then, and then linking your thinking kind of blew up. And now that's your main thing, right? Yeah, yeah. I just one last point on that too is because I jumped into you being a PA, in my later 20s. So, you know, most people who are 22 think that's below them, but I was an old PA and I just humbled myself and I knew what the endgame was. It was, this was a beautiful step. Like you said, to be in the room. And that's where the magic can happen. So yeah, then, you know, with the pandemic happening, working from home, there was always this undercurrent of activities and hobbies, much like we all like our Macs. A hobby that I had was personal knowledge management. And I was doing it for the calm for the joy of it all, I guess. Connecting ideas over time, this is just something I've been doing, but the tools have gotten a lot better. So there was one that particularly was just started into a beta, and I got in on it very early. It was called obsidian. And I would just blown away because they were finally doing the thing that I really needed, and that caused unintended second order effects and consequences. So it wasn't just linking notes together, but much like other technologies when something happens, these unintended consequences happen. And those were really exciting. So I just shared some ideas around that, and then next thing I know, people are like, share more. And then I share more and, you know, it's just that feedback loop and I guess it became something where there's now online workshops and stuff like that. Yeah, it's really well done. And for those of you that are cringing at the term obsidian because I know some of you do, we're not going to just talk about upsetting today. We're going to talk about some other things with Nick, but we are going to talk a bit about obsidian for probably the first half of the show. So I'm just giving you a heads up because I have questions and Nick's got some great ideas. But before we get into that, Nick, what is your gear at this point? What kind of Mac are you driving? Yes, right now I have the iMac and this is the 24 inch Apple M1. 16 gigs of memory. So I think what it's about a year and a half old, you would know better than me. Maybe it's two years. Which color did you get? I got blue. You know, the blue to me kind of has like the Bondi blue connection, right? It's like, oh yeah, the original iMac. You kind of want to get a blue one. I get that attraction. Yeah. It's nice. I mean, I don't know what happened with the M1, but it's just everything's just hums along. And while I'm looking to upgrade just because it might be nice,.

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Alyssa Milano Thinks Giving Birth Is Like Sexual Assault

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Alyssa Milano Thinks Giving Birth Is Like Sexual Assault

"How about a list of Milano? Jesus Christ that I break up with her in time, huh? She is a rip roaring mess. Listen, there's nothing worse than an actress who has nothing to promote or rehearse for. Instead, all some of them do is look for ways to their voices to be heard. They're faces to be seen. They look for any and always to be relevant and in the conversation. And it's getting insane lately with this one. I told you I saw her making a speech about abortion somewhere. I didn't see a ring. I did not see a ring on her left hand and I'm thinking I'm hoping that maybe the husband finally said enough of this shit I'm out. Maybe she's keeping it quiet. I could see her doing that. I don't want to say I hope so. They got children, but what man could live with what woman can live with this person? The most recent thing this got get on said, she had the balls to compare the beautiful experience of bearing children to sexual assault. I'd say she's alone here since most, if not all women count childbirth as the single most wonderful thing that ever happened to them, they don't ever liken it to a crime. And she said to somebody dumb enough to give her an interview, some podcast. After going through therapy, after giving birth to Milo, and remembering that one moment of feeling like I was being held down and had things being done to me that I didn't want to me was very reminiscent of being sexually assaulted. Apparently it triggered all these memories that she thought she dealt with. And she claims that PTSD from sexual assault has a way of living inside you forever. She continued this idiot. I think anyone who's dealt with trauma has the moments where you're like, I'm fine. I've dealt with that. Versus the moments where you go, oh no, I didn't. I just tried to tuck it away so no one can see them, or I couldn't see them or feel them anymore. This is a beauty. She was specifically triggered when she realized how so many people had access to her vagina when she was giving birth to her daughter. Access. How else do they get the fucking baby out, honey? Through your throat?

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"milo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

The Kame House Podcast

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"milo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

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"milo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

The Kame House Podcast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"milo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

"Q. Sometimes i look at. It'd be like damn we real professional and this is cute cute free. Check out our website. The comedy house. Podcast dot com and the question. What's the question this week. We said the question. What is a watch party and tell us what you think. That's yeah watch papa. Aria and tell us what you think. Our email is a welcome to the commie house at the g. Mail dot com o. a. n. y'all listener letters listener letters. Hold up hold up. Khashab indian me on twitter. Saying what's going on. Where's it at in. Listen listen listen. We busy okay. We busy my bed. Yes we got people. Don't do that. We got people so my a. Y'all now listen. We working okay. It's hard to be many moguls and have full-time jobs. Okay but we got chow so apparently we do have one. Listen letter this week. yes we do. Have one listener letter this week bit. So hey k. house crew. Let's see if the la has read any of these series to clarify these two series a. Heaven read either but if you would. Can you provide a spoiler free opinion on them. Blood on the tracks which is a psychological thriller and i had the same dream again. A drama slice From the creator of age. Sorry a drama slice of life from the creator of i want to eat your pancreas I ray aid the beginning of blood on the tracks but my opinion is that it was a little bit too serious for me at the time. Because i think i was coming off a college and during a rough time and i was like. I can't read this right now. I may give it. I make it a better shot. Now i may give it a better read now It's really is really like draining. A lot of psychological thriller like tail out you to read. And i felt like this is also new age one dealing with like people that i knew dealing with stuff like this and it was great. The other one What was the title go. I had the same dream again. I have seen again created by the same person who made i want to eat. Your pancreas rancorous. I f- that one's on netflix. Yes you one's on netflix expired. I did not read this hot. I dreaming i keep dropping off my mind What is that see. I've not read it. I think i do not relate more. I'm getting better out 'cause like they're better ones coming out But this one was like super to it. Felt like What's that fucking book about cancer. The the jon greenberg about the girl with the cancer and she fell in love was fall. Follow my stars. That's oh book. Fuck me up on emotional level bro. What a great caucasian as young arthur. Yet that's what this even like. Hit animated like that books are real like movies like that. It's real young arthur. I don't wanna cry. Like i do but not go now are not artificially like i feel like. I'm being forced to cry..

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"milo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

The Kame House Podcast

09:10 min | 1 year ago

"milo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

"I'm yeah down to watch anything. bush is. i'm not doing it. I the way. I feel kinda busters i think. That's probably my favorite of the ones i mentioned is like finishing. It left me excited to see what else that team may now see now makes me kinda wanna finish but i but i did. The party meeting like animation. That's where like especially when i did. The past stories may talk about that the kingdom. The sam was firm. No that's it it it. it's a team. It's a team song. Slap though but sounds lab muscles leshan. Leshan leshan listen to militiamen. Amdahl for whatever you put out. I'm gonna watch the rewards. I win the one that act with a one is good comes out. I'm gonna watch the fuck out and be proud. And i'm gonna be fucking promise say go. Hey baby and the space to fuck up all you need to to make some bash. It absolutely just can't in buses and it's still amazing and i'm still proud of you. I think the one thing we give it a lack of four. Oh i give it a seven. it's the storyline. It's the writing this the writing. I think i'm a cheap whore. I watch a lotta shit. I think it's really important to keep in mind. Is that even though. They're not as good There is still a lot of trash out there that because that's the only black create an enemy out there. it makes. It seem like all black people make is trash. So it's really unfortunate but like issues. It's just the sample size i like. You're saying all sample size a small real. And what are the chances of if you have five anime at a five billion. What are the chances that those five remain by black people were going to be the most goaded. You know anime and anime history. Chances are pack zero practically zero. So i'm fucking with like put your shit out there. Get put out there animal. But i'm gonna be honest. I fucking canvassers absolutely fair. Yeah that's okay. I wanna see them. But i just want to see like a startup. So i'll finish one. They released seem to finish the one. I watched season two. I definitely got fan definitely finish them. But i i'd watch season. Two of there were improvements. I won't watch a season. Two of y'all know. Only no. I would i would watch is your soundtrack is bussing. They can take their little girl out of it in focus on him. And i'm saying hopeful for black rated anime as we had some good shows does mean there will not be some in the future. I think everything will align. I mean Unfortunately nothing is going to be perfect absolutely and you know whether it be on like the financing or the creativity in you know it'll get better. It'll get better bomb. Need these big company. Stop fucking russian. Black creators though absolute. That's been at the bottom of my heart for a while awhile. Now stop fucking russian-us anyway. That has been black table. Talk and sweet next up Slaps what y'all been watching. I'm so joe. so watch. Judge found the lever running back. Not because of i. I'm not enjoying it but just because of the amount of work and this move has been killing restroom. Yeah trying to get this apartment together. Are you in jo-jo. Caesar died you in part to okay. Yeah that was that me save brew. Everybody's mamie said that was fucking with. Everybody sees that katy pie. he was outflanking. We have a ladies man. And i like eating like jodi when he first moved my mother. Fucker othello's good like little Pro tag seen right there. I made it was like on site planning a car game. He called joe. Joe bitching chain you. Jay was out to talk about. I see this fucking your shoe. You weirdo witty. You though i just i just. I'm having trouble not sleep. Because i'm so tired. Been visiting yemen. But i've been busy busy an oprah. Eventually you get to that point we catch up to it. I've also been like behind my animal. Been busy to watch your video horse. Go even with black tape and we see it. What have i been washing. Oh you watch malignant did you watch malignant askari movie. Yeah they want to by saying is funny. Did you watch it. I have not watched it. Did you watch it. it's by people. Tell me to watch. it is funny. Yeah the saying. It's not scary. They saying this like it's a fun watch. Twitter was like I think we watched it tonight. Actually because name is it's hilarious. But i'm really excited for the map and madhouse projects talked. Opd's somebody saying man. Cow messy free. I love madhouse. A really excited for that one I'll said for what there is called the ak t. o. p. yalla's good thinking. Ambi nets is bright. One is come out. Light that october third. Oh that's that's next week. You know what else comes out next week then new chainsaw me i'm gonna talk about it. I've been reading that marine. I'm gonna talk about it. I think i'm a region is all as you fuck. Should i think you already know three. I'm really lie. Had talking about she right. Mothers got i six years. Yeah both those godbolt sits down danu volume dropping on the fifth talking about it. I'm gonna talk about a winning When it actually comes out. But i'll be reading. I've been reading i've been i have been watching some nine enemy related last week. I got a slap movies. Iran and great miami. I'm thomasson some Did you did you go home and watch some american horror story. I'll watch one into an three. And what do you think it's made. Those are the best ones though now. This new the new zealand so lie. It's the low mid for me. It's odd it's odd. And i like they doing vampires again. It looks like less well done is. We is nice fun. Yeah i just think this concept of li- lady gaga season was fine. Very fine has some weird shit but it was fun. It was decadence and debauchery. Even goes beach twitter famous. And then i'll talk with like when they killed that that that one god they had the died in and they were just like he wishes. Wilpon my you just motherfucker shows might as well just like take me out. I kinda cried right there because it will say it was said that he you know gaiger. Yeah it was saying well. He was happy when he died. I know but it was it was it was it was there were and he was like. I love you bitches so take me out. It was good. See it was good but listen to anime. Related slit non anime related slabs. Right are non perfect strangers as on hulu. The has nicole kidman in it. It was goose for wasn't what's it about. It's about these nine strangers. They go to this retreat ram by nicole kidman and she's basically dosing them with hilas the on them like drink smoothies and she's dosing. Lsd trying to help them through their issues. It's a wild ride is very short. It has a regina hall which. I fuck love regina hall you know. She has a ph d. In like riding gruesome shoot. I think so like a couple years ago. She was in school for some sort of..

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"milo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

The Kame House Podcast

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"milo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

"Lot of gra. Good for atta. Yeah we like is was actors I'm drawing a blaine me. Yeah i'm going back to you. But i most mostly and most occasions i rather just like a bryant has always enter over like some famous dude. Yeah in. I give why they choose a celebrity and i know a lot of that has to do with like bringing in knows big box numbers but i dunno. Give work to a community that you're overlooking Don't despair or voice actors because we don bring in the numbers and stuff like that. Like for instance beyond say in lion king. Y'all coulda gave inasmuch as i love. It requires eighty beyond. I is it beyond can do many things. And i'm not not saying anything bad but we all know beyond i can't act let alone voice act. I'm surprised she didn't go to like a class or two. It just seems like that would be something that she would do. I don't think it's inner. I don't think i just don't think so. Much of the singing and dancing. She was like you to give something mediocre. I and this is what it is probably not in for. Don't think it's it for her. I think she'll be great behind the scenes like production but as far as like acting like for me me personally watching lion came. They really could show somebody else. They really cook. They really couldn't tell somebody else to be knowledge. Especially over the fact that like i'll probably pay beyond say a fucking arm and a leg in a body part just for her only say like a couple of lines when you gave that to voice actor. I sure you mean to tell me. You ain't got no voice actor no income and voice actor in the studio important. Yeah or had some sort of i mean. She had a bigger part. She had a part in music production. But i don't know she could've did some quincy jones shit instead of her being a voice actors. Just me personally. It's if you're going to do something like that. i mean. just go to the people who know how to do it. Inking give you some quality shit instead of like giving an actor to it who probably hasn't even done a single voice acting job and you got to end and then on top of that. They're paying for so much they're paying for so much like if actors don't know how to do anything the studio pays out of pocket for that is just. I think about the expenses on the back end. I guess i thought it was enough to make it. Yeah because it's not. It's not her talent. They're usually bang for the paying for the fat delay. It's recognizable and be like o- beyond saying this movie. I'll go see a movie for that. Is precisely what made me not want to see it. And then what happens is when you get these celebrity actors who do voice overs. They wonder why the movie isn't a success. Because first of all you cater to the wrong people and dahlie was always going to do that. You should you should cater to fans i cater to fans you stop remaking yankee the one one let new people into your circle. You'll start see fresh new ideas and that's just the industry period. Yeah people say that everything's already been created that's impossible it's impossible. Everything hasn't been created. We just keep lending the same people in the room. Yeah it's chris pratt from me is nobody else. Is chris pratt for me. He is funny. I just have that going to translate key. Michael key is fucking toda's hilarious allen. Yeah i don't know house going to work out but that she is going to be funny. I know what he's no. I hope they don't like hold them back too much. I goes crazy. They should call eddie murphy. That's great voice. Actor eddie murphy is a great voice actor for a celebrity for a celebrity. He's a celebrity actors voice. He is hilarious. Mu bro bassano. You this on on your cal funny. The horse hamper come on this. He's a great voice actor. You don't get that you don't get people like eddie murphy. Young voice actors celebrity actors. That can be an bag as well. Everybody don't have that they're not multi-talented. Light it and that's okay brandy was doing a good job for a second. Is she did. osmosis jones. Back in the day. That's right. I forgot about that. Cash kinda girl. One of the cells. I forget her name in the she played a girl. The mongrel who she did pretty good In the chris rock. I feel brandy day one more thing but i don. I feel like i'm wrong. I'm like fifty percent doesn't is movie. I'm fifty really really. Is i like it. But his nancy and that's really it's egg for it's a pimple. Misstep pimple bro. it's really motherfuckers. Be out here. Live in a trash because you know is really liked it If you if you drop some food on a carbonate eat at universities. Book bro knows encore. Everything every fucking dirt. You can't fucking nasty world hair. Skin sales Sweat ali toe jam. Stuff you bring it on your feet. Maybe a toenail row dead skin. Anyone who's won't be snooze. My hair academia anime gets a one piece of news now. 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"milo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

The Kame House Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"milo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

"Mustafa who plays Jebat this is name will stifle. Oh that's not enough which we already got stuff. That's not enough. We all hanno. Black women have any dark skinned women. That's what we really need. So it's a movie. The movie a tv series. Yeah ethic like is bad. You should get that all in one. What doing to get through it. But i have hope for something like that because it's really those more highly animated animated. Don't translate well into film so this may be really good. I don't know. I don't know they got ed right. I mean they got iron right. They better motherfucking. You'd better get that little. That little thing right. They got him right but they better with his cute cute. As low qaeda's doll qaeda's down dog it will still live action series will for me on november nineteenth all right. We'll reluctantly be there. I'm a hallmark breath a little bit. I'll home burford islam. But i'm gonna hold my breath for it Memorial shit. Chris pratt for me. It really is chris chris. Whoa for me. The thing is and this is one of my biggest gripes about like celebrity actors getting like roles life dead over real voice actors. Absolutely you get these actors who are. They're great they're great on camera but you don't feel like they're good and like his voice actor. Neither every actor is a great voice. Actor emotion is just not say a lot of gra. Good for atta. Yeah we like is was actors.

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"milo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

The Kame House Podcast

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"milo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

"No one asks for it but I could see them using that as time to prepare. Oh that's cool. that's what you're doing. Just say in the industry. I don't think they'll be able to say that. But i not man we already know. Yeah slater avenue. You can go until you actually. We're going to take this time to get people caught up so we're going to break this movie. That is true. The founded just got called out for tax evasion. The founder of your phone table. Hold on let me look up that information. Yeah let's see. Let's see when people evade taxes the love into. I love this shit and i like when people embezzle money. I will bridges though money. You stood their money. How you doing made be. They pay taxes on like why people do it though. He admits to tax evasion. All let me see how that was me. I'll give a damn. It was one point two five million. Us you better still want but wasn't again one point. Two five one point two five million them baby sold at all. That's what i'm talking about. I admire i like scam. You better scam. I love scam. Who corey condo the founder and president of animation studio. Your table has admitted to charges of tax evasion and has issued a public apology. A i'm outta. I'm not apologizing for she. I wanted to obey. I'll be like. I stole it with personally personally. Charged with evading over one hundred and thirty eight million yen. My team then company is oh yeah. The company owes over four million usd while he personally evaded on point two million. Yes listen. I feel like if you stole money. And they're gonna make you pay it back anyway. Impossibly go to jail. Why should you have to apologize. One of my part. I would be like listen. I'm already going to jail. I'm not apologizing for shit. He hid the money in a private safe in his home. Edition doesn't mean our pool of frank. Lucas did it in washed my dog house. That's it yarmuk ongoing. They're gonna be choice. Is that the frenchies name my friend. She will be nine piglet garden the money he garnered the money Cute you for an absolutely congratulations. You don't immediately go to jail after that much money with the foot. Why did you write. I'm tired of people going on jail for money. Money's not your real concert that's when she made your putting people in jail for five hundred twelve years the fuck outta here. Why would you say that. I used to be. Somebody was seen as balado. Fire her twelve year. He liked deaths. Along as you tell me. I can get twenty years off of that. Doesn't fuck fuck so nothing bro. What you're gonna do if i survive that long which you're gonna do that will be fucked up all wranglings. They want to know what to do. You could probably sued for cruel and unusual punishment. You probably could. You made it out five hundred twelve years. I remember back when bill in was a day. Now it's just it's still thing they still as still outside marchin still outside and by that time we probably be more like a like a probably would be kinda close to the same color that point everyone would be mixed gonna be just like these mixed looking people every once in a while. You will see a grandmother that was like superstar scheme and they'd be like look beautiful. She like bitch bitch please. Everybody was like back back in the day. Five hundred twelve years in jail so no other news No the news. I got a few me. Okay papa give it on. Give it to a friend Super crooks the anime that it's on netflix is a enemy based on a comic. By mark miller and leonel francis you and it is premiering on netflix november. Twenty fifth i think which studios this. Oh yeah this is. The director matobo horry who worked on caroline tuesday back mogollon chop squad and is zion mongolian traps by bones. Carol tuesday any need a little bit more new little bit of something in their enjoyed it in his house just a little bit a little bit of season a little bit of season. That's it you know. My problem with care on tuesday was is like every time they would. Just you know how okay so you know how people go through levels a perfect their craff. The levels never changed. Every song they had with me. Every day was on that oas t for caroline tuesday care on for as long as it wasn't caroline tuesday. It was profit but the carol tuesday songs quite you're right corn and i was looking for like. Oh gee coup little bit of bob. I was expecting something cowboy bebop and it wasn't giving it wasn't given what it should have had gave. That's all it's the puppies upstairs from me. Not good dog. That's not the dogs fault dating. I mean people stop abusing pets but may forcing them to an how babies constantly. it's weird. Maybe fix your dog. Maybe that dogs on baby. So i'm pretty sure seven puppies. It's fucking weird though. You can't respect for parliament huh. I'm sure the titties are saying. That's how where you get the best little dogs for all but the thing about it is is how humanity to constantly make your dog for it's very in humane. keep pushing applebee's Yeah soubra crooks is developed by studio bones and the director of caroline stand back. Chops would not michelina. And there's a lot of good powerhouses on this development team. So i'm really excited. For it is episodes twelve episodes. It's gonna be real short. It's going to be a short little thing like that s it. Give me some short. He got the attention span of squirrel. She does like a slider over a bargain for marrying net flicks november twenty fifth. It's unsure if this is worldwide or just japan worldwide cool. Yeah okay. i'm excited max. Piece of news is fourth season of netflix. Gresko anime premieres in december. Listen i'm ready. That's my boy name Haida haida you got to move on player. He's gotta move on. 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"milo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

The Kame House Podcast

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"milo" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

"You close the gut down screen doe a roche's. How could you lead near cooler out all mosquitoes getting in. We don't wanna mosquito damn mosquito. Mosquito bites in the morning. I'm about mosquitos show. I'm gonna be pissed so mad. I'm re- i'm below. I'm crystal welcome bed. That's on me fix. It wouldn't be right. So how was your week. We've been off for what week weeks. Two weeks into cer- pretty fast two weeks this past week's buffer shirley was one but that's okay. We're happy a beer. No wait yeah. We asked you to sorry. Yeah we love you. I love you. But i'm not sorry. Bro yeah should have adulting. It ain't doing podcasts. For the free free now and we use this. Sorry yes all right. We don't dream of labor and sometimes nicosia tar does less it but we beg. That's all that matters. And if you can hear a slight difference in recording we are recording in a new place man ways. Ro- she at route. He got this nice little looks set up or whatever we'll set up you know we got windows now. We can actually look out and see what's happening in the world And appreciate did absolutely the space stable. Look at his table table. It's a nice table. I really feel like in a studios type situation. You will it slowly getting in the studio. Because i tired of that tiny asked those knows. Based on that table it'll be scrunched up like hunched over that tiny essay. It was small. Let you know what you want down. Is you all here. A wd forty door anymore is right. You want here are overactive air conditioner. You won't hear a random cough or cat or cat. Shutouts fatty fatty is sitting on. You know low recliner chair like yes. These niggers has gone. She's probably made angle that we she's a town. This fatty to y'all miss somebody forcing you to touch them and then biting tension. The exact way they won't be touched now is just the. I hate that masochist. Just just the animal allen roam around is like name and bring it over here. Listen one day bringing over one day. He's gonna make so much noise. it's gonna be whining. Frenchies are so roll this to you gotta get like one of those pugs. One of the aren't fucked up. Like well you gotta get the more expensive ones. No expensive ones are usually the ones that are fucked. Oh that's a purebred. Yuck the i forget what they're called. Yeah get the ones that Got a little bit more mixture in her a little bit more mature and that are bred. Not be like a goddamn Newton i really be saying that. I wanna franchir bro. But frenchies are expensive. I'm definitely getting me a maine. Coon cat i'm doing it one of my Expensive a stray maine coon. You could probably find a shelter like releasing my was the was the is may find one shelter. Pretty i am i. Roommate found a maine coon in the shelter. Yeah but that was your roommate. Name another person exactly because that's my that's not normally find a maine. Coon kidding shelter. Your friend looked out this way. This probably like some shelters on by texas. 'cause they they'd be having like hip problems and so you know the fucked up the coon. She has His name was milo and that no he didn't i just couldn't we this stupid story Because he didn't drink enough water he didn't p. properly so he had troubles would like as unitary track and it was a fun. Boy do nothing but during so he only clean my alone and drank. Lean came out. You know little milo was avenues. P you so anxious you so scared of everything. He was acting like we beat him. Brother you had no problems gas. Cad had to be actually be cat to be scary And they tend to like stand with so much. Yes hello peasant not this get. My love went to some she. Now is he okay. So from y'all from somebody else no hughes payroll and then use farrell for two months. He got it as be too much. Who wants us a baby. He can't have that much trauma. Beat that as and then five years in a home and that didn't override the trauma he did in the two months as a kitten where he He's at my friend's place in francis like. Oh oh he's he's just an anxious a little cat. I wanna anxious kid. I wanted more with attitude attitude. I wanna be like a long beach. No slightly more attitude but aimed at other people not me. Doesn't fatty fatty loved. You does not true. That's absolutely true. This was use me to use a me for this bountiful breast tissue bosom. Does she bosom she loves. She's like this. This is comfortable. Golfie this era here. He's like what are these. My master hasn't but they're smaller in firmer. Whatever probably now it's bound bound because everything goes i'm gonna go to hail anyway leave me. Sorry meet you. don't even give me started. How was your week has unique was great. It was a great little self care moment. Take the edible that does gave you is what a quality ri- i was orion wallet he ride first of all. 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"milo" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"milo" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

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"milo" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"milo" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"It's time to go in for a moment. You think of calling for a ride but you're a good driver you live nearby and you think you can make it home okay. What are the odds. You'll get pulled over even so what's the worst that could happen. You lose your license. You lose your job you total your car. You kill someone. It only takes one mistake to change your life or someone else's forever play it safe and plan ahead to get a ride drive sober or get pulled over payment. How you doing. i'm great. how are you. i'm good. I'm good during the summer. Yes so what's what do you. What do you have today. So i got a voicemail a few weeks ago and this one intrigues me because this is from a sixteen year old who mentioned about middle school project that he worked on and back when he was fourteen years old and it's really atlas obscure ish. He talks about urban exploration. Which you have reported hundred yeah. This is very intriguing because my middle school projects where like an experiment to see the most efficient way to catch up out of a ketchup bottle. This sounds like a much cooler middle school project. Well this is my lou. And he's from loins kansas so i heard from a friend that their friend and their dad's friend had found a some sort of cistern brick cistern under their house while remodeling their basement or something and they had no idea what it was and so I thought like any other middle schools like man undiscovered underground places. That's kinda tight so I spend the next couple months. Digging through newspaper archives on kansas memory dot org looking through library collections and asking around looking for mentions if like ditches caves drainage channels and i found quite a bit All these locations. That i discovered you know the i i got to discern a history behind them and find out why they were made in that sort of stuff. So on my bitter lawrence and yeah. That's just a little interesting thing that my mom told me to let you guys know about thinks. That's that is awesome. That is an amazing research project. That's really cool. I'm curious to know more about what what milo found out about. You know the history of of this sister earner or the other stuff underground. Yeah and i got in contact with him and we have him on call. Hello hello milo hello how are you. I'm great doing how are you. I'm good what an amazing project. What a cool thing to do. Yeah tell me about it. Well i mean. I was just sitting in one of my classes and my friend. You know he told me about what his friends. His friend's dad had discovered and And that was around the time that we had to come up with ideas for a school project. We get to choose creative project ideas and sort of go a bit beyond Like a normal classroom project. And so i told my teacher about this and he was like. That's kind of cool. You might not be able to find much information about that but Yeah go ahead and look into it. And so i got to spend the next. I guess three months or so going through all these newspaper archives and discovering stuff that people don't know about and milo. You wrote an essay about this. Right i did. I wrote an essay. Can you share a piece of your se with us. Yeah cool many different underground spaces that display the diverse history and development of the town some five miles of tunnels lie beneath the university of kansas. Campus portions of these tunnels are fairly new and were added in two thousand nine but leading off. Campus is an old drainage tunnel which is over a century old once a natural ravine that channel water to the river it was replaced by a brick tunnel in nineteen eleven. This tunnel runs under homes in old west lawrence and it's caused problems with excavating and building homes. These tunnels are only a few of the underground passageways been forgotten in lawrence under the businesses at the intersection of seven. In massachusetts are blocked off tunnels. That were most likely used for hiding from the plo. Pro slavery raiders during the many raids that plagued this town during the civil war. Lawrence was the only unionist town in all of confederate kansas. Making a prime target. The banks also used undergrounds as a hiding spot at the end of the day. Cashiers bank tellers. Send their money down to the basement so it wouldn't be stolen by rates that could happen during the night at the moment. These tunnels are blocked off or sealed up all known locations looking at tunnels and lawrence is just a sneak peek. Of what the town to show you history hints us to dig deeper and really understand and feel the city around us. There's so much more to fund. That's so great and you. You communicate something in there. That i don't think i really thought about clearly until much later but i was doing the same thing you were as a teenager and i grew i grew up in minneapolis and i loved exploring the old abandoned buildings and what happens is what starts as kind of like just a chance to like have an adventure you know and like be somewhere cool and kinda like you're not totally supposed to be there like sneakily you start to learn about the history anyway. You obviously do this for school so there was a real connection there but it kind of like. Yeah it sneaks up on you and this funny way it really does. It's so interesting to you. Know like you're just originally there to mess around. Maybe have some fun but you get drawn in and you wanna learn more about your city. Yeah i feel like urbach says like a sneaky way to turn teenagers into like you know preservationists in historian and lawrence kansas. Is i mean you to this in your paper but it's a town with a time history because it was this kind of early battleground area through pre civil war between veteran union forces. Do you know where these tunnels used As part of the underground railroad at all or were they just you know us to basically locals to hide from confederate raiding forces. The ones downtown that i covered on massachusetts street. Those were mainly used for people. Hiding from the raiders that would come in from missouri And attack lawrence but in lawrence there are numerous underground railroad hiding spots so for example by my elementary school. there's this old brick church and so in school we learned that used to be an underground railroad hiding spot and then in another spot sort of on the southern end of massachusetts street. There's another it's unconfirmed but it's a building that was built around the civil war and was you know occupied during the civil war and this historian that i met with. She described that in the basement. There's these barrel dome vaults it's vera dome vault ceiling and there these there's this wall section but secretly swings open and reveals a space while that is really underneath the alley and so there are underground railroad hiding spots in lawrence and just to give people some context in case. They don't know you. You mentioned this like there's this thing called bleeding. Kansas and like lawrence was a big part of that. Can you just kind of quickly explain like what what do we mean when we say raiding parties like what was happening.

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Celebrities Wait for 'the Stink' Before Bathing Kids

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Celebrities Wait for 'the Stink' Before Bathing Kids

"Why do we need to know about this showering and bathing habits? Have you seen all this nonsense? Milo Kunis and Ashton started to talk about, well, we don't really wash the kids until he smelled the funk. You know, if you see dirt on them, that's one thing, but other than that, babies, you know, kids get dirty, you know, if we pass the smell test, we don't bathe them every week. Are you fucking kidding me? Have you looked on your children's nails after a few days? What are they playing in hermetically sealed fucking rooms? No germs and dirt get in? I don't know what kind of playgrounds these kids are in and what kind of yards they run around in or whatever the fuck. It's a 108° in Los Angeles. Kids are sweating. You've got to wash your kids. You don't get head smells like after a day or two? Believe me, once these kids are 13, 14, they're gonna change them on. A lot of these celebrities, this whole Dax shepherd and Kristen Bell the same way. We don't really want to get rid of the funk. You know, other people who either teach your kids or culture kids or take care of your kids, let's face it. Most of you have nannies on top of nannies. What do they say? And maybe you're not dating them, maybe they're not, these

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The Mental Load of Motherhood with Tara Clark of Modern Mom Probs

The Mom Room

02:24 min | 1 year ago

The Mental Load of Motherhood with Tara Clark of Modern Mom Probs

"Let's talk a little bit about the mental load of motherhood. I always try and explain this to my husband. Because you know like the example that i give is. It could be like a saturday afternoon. It's sunny outside and we're watching tv. Milos watching whatever his show is. And my husband's just like in the moment you know like living his best life whereas me. i'm thinking about a million different things. I feel guilty because it's sunny outside and we're watching a cartoon and so i have this pressure that oh my god we should be going on a walk taking him outside like doing something like it's nonstop. So what is the mental load of motherhood like for you. I love that example. Because that is something that i completely struggle with all the time my mind and again i don't know if it's because i have anxiety or what it is but my mind is always going in so many different directions of like. Oh i have to take the dishes out of the dishwasher. There's a towel sitting on the floor. Wise the towel on the floor that needs to go in the hamper others a random rock like after pickup that rogue sock like seeing the things that other people in the family don't necessarily see and i put that in an air hose right like it's like they don't see it and so i often say that we need to help our family to see the things that we see so that they understand that they can then collaborate and help us out so that we're not the other ones doing it right in so one time i read that if you're the one as the mother is constantly saying like hey do this. Don't you see this this that it sort of creates a dynamic of like in employees underlying sort of thing until then you like i said open there is that they can see the whole world as we see it in so i think that's part of breaking that's sort of load right or or sharing. The load is just to say. Hey listen like. I'm thinking about x. y. and z. Things now i'm going to share it with you sweetheart and now you can then also think about x y and z things. And then maybe take some of those things off of my plate right whether it's like sending a birthday card to your mother or buying birthday present for your sister. You know like all of those things tends to fall on us and as much as we love to help out and buy birthday cards and gifts and stuff like that. We are only one person and it shouldn't necessarily always fall on us all the time. It's it's it's just too

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"milo" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

Archives of Fabella

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"milo" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

"Are targeting these steam. Engine locomotives coast to coast and most famous person involved in these robberies as a young troll. Outlaw called milo rogin end. His rebellious band called the pirates of pelita trains. Aren't there only targets. The are involved in everything from bank robberies to skyjackings. Milo rogin was a small troll identifiable by his sun dried tomato red hair piercing blue eyes and divide grin showing off a golden tooth. The simeon like outlaw is a bold adventurer he may look and sound quite ordinary but underlying that is a constant desire to question authority and go against the status quo. His unique wide brimmed cowboy hat always covered his face in shadow and he was typically seen in a trench coat. These characteristics will be important later on. She been law enforcement. Wardens are highly dedicated to bringing these out loss to justice the installed train officers to protect the passengers and increase bank security yellow cloak. Wardens are also called upon to patrol the skies every one of rogan's pirates are caught except for their leader. Milo rugen himself on taro's six teen especial posse of wardens corners milo rogin after a doubt between them and the outlaw rogin is declared dead by killing curse is burned in pyre and she'd been authorities are happy to put milo rogan's reign of terror behind them once and for all but one year later on tariff sixteenth. A new crop of robberies matching milo rogan's tactics begin witnesses on trains and bank tellers. Describe the leader of the robberies identical to milo rogan with his sun dried tomato red hair and trademark trenchcoat. Did he have a twin. Was he using neutral milk during the shootout to transform someone else into his copy at someone used his dna to brew neutral milk. To look like him. She been thirties. Dedicated to investigating every lead in the case but just as quickly as these new robberies have appeared they stop all went once more as nobody reports any robberies or sightings of my low rogan but in the following year again on taro sixteenth. Twelve more bank robberies occur it steadily becomes apparent that milo rogin discovered a magical means to get his life on taro's sixteen he rises from the dead to wreak more havoc in the sheep. A union how is he do eat. What is really responsible for this incredible magical feet before his death. Milo rogan found the elusive resurrection stone. He had this on his person when he was in the shootout his death was not the result of a killing curse instead. Milo rogan died as a result of triggering. The resurrection stone incredible powers to suck his spirit inside. Its glittering sapphire shape. The resurrection stone is the very seem sapphire. Chavez site gem found on aries twenty fifth listened to that episode that i released on april fourteenth for more on how it was discovered the sapphire chap i gem is the only one of its kind evil to retain a person's so and consciousness such that it can magically bring a person back to life for twelve days every tarisa sixteenth this half hour tab site. Resurrection stone causes milo rogan's body to reform the stone itself can only hold twelve souls and my low rogin one of them. After the twelve day period e disappears back into the stone. The only way to stop as by killing milo rogin again or destroying the stone. Wardens are never able to locate the resurrection stone. Milo rogan has hidden deep within a cave. Were only he can access it. Other souls are trapped within the resurrection stone as well and tied to the same fate as him. Heroes and villains throughout history have their scattered lives tied to this one incredible sapphire chavez site. Jim that's going to do it for us today. Tune in tomorrow for the story of a breakout from a wizard prison. Subscribe now to get more new episode right in your feed rate and review the podcast on itunes. Or wherever you listen to your podcast. Send your questions. To archives of sabella at gmail.com archives of abella is created produced and hosted by dylan foley with music by garrett fares and audio blocks are available on amazon in e book and peter back as always look outside of what is possible and think about what might be..

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Transitioning From Crib to Bed

The Mom Room

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Transitioning From Crib to Bed

"So that's my first hot tip. I know the canopy beds are really cute. But don't do it and another hot tip would be to leave them in their crib as long as possible. I have a friend whose son is over three years old and he's still in his crib and i'm so jealous because i don't know it's just it seems easier because the transition is a little bit difficult but to be honest i was expecting it to be a lot worse. And that's not to say that it can be a lot worse for other people but just for is so far. It's been pretty. Good and milo has a justed really well But yeah people always say wait as long as you can and keep them in the crab. But i understand as parents. It's like you know this milestone where they go from a crib with is where they slept since they were a baby and now they're getting older and they're gonna have their big boy bed and you can redo their room and it's just kind of like an exciting time so i understand why people are excited to do it But yeah so. The day that we transitioned him. I set up as much of the bed. As i could during the day took me forever So focused because i suck at putting together. I keep furniture. So i did what i could and then when i was going to pick up my low at daycare my husband got home early and so he finished it I had already washed all his bedding and pillows that we got. We decided to do a dinosaur theme. Because he's really into dinosaurs right now so kia like i got all the betting at kia super cute dinosaur patterns super cute dinosaur stuffed animals and what we did was. We left the crib in his bedroom. It's still in there now. Actually because we thought just in case it didn't work or he wanted to sleep in the crib. It was still

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Sony Reveals Its PS5 VR Controllers

Latest In Tech News

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Sony Reveals Its PS5 VR Controllers

"Has revealed its vr controllers for the playstation five. And they look kind of funky article comes to us from destructed and i. Apparently it's going to be the story happening today. Friday and a they. They kind of do for those wondering. I i will link for some pictures and videos and whatever else you might be interested in but i can say it's kind reminds me of the oculus. Rift controllers activists. Sony has offered playstation fans. A first look at its incoming. Vr controllers which are currently in development for use with the company's new playstation five hardware in the future. The headset itself however remains a closely guarded. Secret for now we don't. We don't have any further details on our new. Vr controller speaks mission of achieving a much deeper sense of presence in stronger feeling of immersion in vr. Experience said sony senior vice president xi no on playstation blog it will build up the innovation. We introduced with dual sense wireless controller which changes how games on a playstation five by mocking a new way to tap into a sense of touch. Now we're bringing innovation to vr gaming. Although i do recall were there. Not some problems. With the playstation five controller specially when it came to we got that figured out hopefully fixed. Hopefully it wasn't too much of a hardware software issue kind of thing so we don't have to worry about that too much for the you know. You know the vr controllers and and to be fair. They look very intriguing. Look very interesting They have shields apparently wack something. Maybe have a little bit of time before your hand. Actually smashes through that fan. In only reason i bring. That up is because last week rather recently got to actually use in oculus fun and then Milo siblings were showing it off and proceeded punch the fan that they told me prior that they had almost broke before. It was kind of entertaining. i guess we're still figuring out from there that you need a space to play that large enough and high enough that you can basically do whatever you need to do and not worry about falling on something tripping over people punching your hand through a wall or the ceiling fan or a light so it is kind of changing where you can play it it. It's it's working on it that much. I can't

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Norton Juster, 'The Phantom Tollbooth' author, dead at 91

TIME's Top Stories

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Norton Juster, 'The Phantom Tollbooth' author, dead at 91

"The celebrated author who fashioned a world of his own in the classic the phantom top off and went on to write such favorites as the dot and the line and stark naked has died at ninety one justice. Death was confirmed tuesday by a spokesperson for random house. Children's books who did not immediately provide details gestures friend and fellow author mo willems tweeted tuesday that juster ran out of stories and died peacefully the night before norton's greatest work was himself a tapestry of delightful tales williams road as juster wrote in the introduction to a reissue of phantom told us he i thought of the book when he was in his late twenties and working at an architectural firm and new york city. He found himself wondering the way a child might about how people relate to the world around them and eventually turned it into a story published in nineteen sixty one. The phantom tollbooth followed the adventures of young milo through the kingdom of wisdom a land extending from the foothills of confusion to the valley of sound drawings were provided by his roommate at the time. Jewels pfeiffer who would later collaborate with gesture on the odious ogre published in two thousand ten. Eric carl of the caterpillar fame illustrate adjusters. Utter nonsense with came out in nineteen eighty

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"milo" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"milo" Discussed on Cineflek

"They help us with therapy therapist. Gas called ten. Affleck's this just therapy and you you just make sure they drink tons of vodka and then like subdue them and tell them your life is a lie qualifies therapy level now. Invite you to be a bad therapist. Typical typical saturday night. Yeah yeah yeah. Ten affleck's podcast bad therapist pub back there funny page. What you're going to say about therapy. Say like i love all of the lake Now like at like this movie's really great out from like little quirky moments. Like duggan's doing something funny in the interacting with kevin and then and then you just move on to something super deep. And i'm like whoa out of that. Goes back to zero to one hundred but come but i just i love that it can. It can do both really well. Yeah absolutely i. I was basically gonna say some of the same thing in that like i think this is like i. I don't know how to word this probably. I think it's like the rare pixar. That like perfectly encapsulates. Everything it needs to say within the one movie where like toy stories have expanded on the way that are really cool and like the monsters inc was really cool like car. Sequels aren't great but like it expands out world in a way that's really impressive in some ways but up is like a great example of like embodying everything they wanted to say in a movie and just leaving it at the end like you leave it feeling satisfied because you do get these really cute moments of like fun and balanced with the really serious heartfelt sub so like it's just i. I definitely agree with milo in that. It's wanna pick serves most impressive in like what it's doing which is like really fun and i think that'll be my final thought. Any any any thoughts you get right now. I'm gonna talk about the score because no knowing brought.

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"milo" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"milo" Discussed on Cineflek

"Even just like. Here's a situation. He'd been blown up those balloons for about seventy years so my guess my guess is he is like those people when you see like. They're they're holding the pizza boxes like he's like that he just doesn't like she just doesn't like that it's actually protects level. Just make a whole entire movie of just watching him do it. And it'll be called like it'll be like the deck along it'd be like ten argued honestly probably watch it beautiful cinematography if you on disney i if you go on if you go on disney plus like they made a screensaver for like dori. We're like she comes in. And like the reef cam. They can totally just make fun of like delayed blowing up. Balloons is just like blowing up for. I love it. I think that look. I can i. Can i bring him a or you hate me. bring up a nit-pick. And then i can. Hey you decide after. I'll decide after. What the knicks. carl's carl's changing athleticism. Is my nah gay. So he first carter. It's his character this. it's as dark. you know he. i this is. This is the situation kim. I'm russell has a huge dr russell. You can't even get that thing. He can't even go. That's like is not even possible. He slides down straight onto. Carl's face at the end. Goes up that like a marathon runner. He was going super fast and just ran the iron man and he's has like this connection to everyone. He knows he's doing this for everyone. You know name with carl. Carl has that connection russell. He is. I mean like i mean is going to eat a ton of ice cream when he gets to and regain a all of the slow. Athleticism's everyone's going to be like. Oh same old. Carl but he could have run iron man right there. If if russell was the price he was trying to save him and he ruled his connection with kevin and a dog home. Grandma's it's you can't even say that that's that is breaking the law that is illegal to basically you're nitpicks wrong if is is patently wrong and you're an ura and your take is invalid. So the milo hates me now. My my is like at the beginning. He can't chairlifts because he can't get down the stairs yet. Grumpy old man. i'm gonna try. I think maybe it was just a crying himself into that old man me is trying to submit himself into that old man now. He's also he's in a routine. Yada make definitely affects you. Think do all to rise kingdom. He'll but you do not know what you're talking about. Come full circle here. We've come full circle around a exactly about his guide. It was great any any other. Oh i have. I have i have a thing that i wanna start doing in the podcast. It's called the store. This is.

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"milo" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"milo" Discussed on Cineflek

"Living room on we. Well let's such great design strategy Every kid cry answers really really good at that you were doing. We're doing ratatouille. Next on the podcast. So you bill. Roggio said for that one mile so this was your pick Clear and page both really wanted to be on a podcast with you. Obviously but But this is your pick. Why why do you love this movie so much. And why is it still like one of your favorites. Okay well i feel like i have a personal connection to it. I just i mean i've i a big pixar fan. I feel like. I watched every single one of their movies. Maybe three times for eight And this was the one that really stuck with me. I find it so captivating and breathtaking and it just made me cry every time like no movie has ever made me cry. Every single time. I really watched the movie besides writer to we end up and how no there was just something so special about it to me and i love the The the father son bond. That was like that like gross throughout the story. And i feel like it's it's never been a replicated ever and yeah i really. It's my favorite movie of all time and not just on like a favorites list. It is objectively the greatest movie of all time. Nothing can ask funny. How martin scorsese's it's been quiet ever since this came out. I mean nothing's happened pages. The greatest movie of all time. It's up there. that's for sure up. Their pager was my favorite movie for like. Maybe six years how time i will be. I watched it at the sixth grade. Like class had a party at the end of the school year celebration of the end of the year and they would like take. The sixth graders to movie. In a seventh graders would go to rain waters cetera. And it's like each grade. Had different thing in our movie was up and out that year and it was and that's the me too but I remember sitting in the theater. And i watched the opening sequence and it was the first time i was like. Oh my god minute. Cry watching a movie and i was like i can't cry because i am amongst a bunch of other. Sixth graders..

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The Miami Dolphins prepare to take on the Patriots in playoff race

WIOD Programming

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

The Miami Dolphins prepare to take on the Patriots in playoff race

"Rookie quarterback to a ton of Milo and the Miami Dolphins could knock the New England Patriots out of the NFL playoff race tomorrow. But the Pats have won nine games in a row against rookie quarterbacks. When you think of the Patriots, you think of dominant I'll take pride in their defense, and you know what they do to stop offenses. If two and the fans could stop that streak, it would end a run of 11 consecutive postseason appearances for New England and give the past their first sub 500 season since 2000 year they drafted Tom Brady Brady and his new team. The Buccaneers play the Falcons tomorrow with

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Chicago Weather: More Record Warmth Expected

WGN Programming

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago Weather: More Record Warmth Expected

"A streak of incredible November weather will continue a mix of sun and clouds. Today will be a lot more in the way of clubbiness around, especially this afternoon. Still, it's not going to stop the temperature record or near record warmth today. Looking for high 75. The record for today is 73 set back in 1931 south winds tend to 28 MPH. Tonight partly cloudy Milo 58. Tomorrow partly cloudy continued on seasonably warm by 75 Tuesday. Mostly cloudy. Still mild chance of a late day shower high 70 Wednesday partly cloudy, much cooler 48 for the high And on Thursday mostly sunny seasonal attempts by 52

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Why Can't Kids Vote?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

06:49 min | 2 years ago

Why Can't Kids Vote?

"This is why a podcast for curious kids I'm Jane Lindholm. On this show take questions from kids just like you about anything and it's our to try to find answers. And if there aren't answers to at least give you a better understanding and maybe encourage you to do your own research after all there are a lot of things that are still unknown or not very well understood about the world and you could be the person who helps the rest of US learn about them now or as you grow up. You maybe a kid but don't let that. Stop you from investigating all the things you're curious about and telling US grownups what you learn. In the United States where but why is based? We have a big election coming up election day. This year is officially on November third, but more Americans than usual are voting in advance this year sometimes in person at their town hall or city office, and sometimes by mailing in their ballot, a ballot is the piece of paper. We're adults markdown who they want to vote for people in lots of states are voting for their governors who helped run the states or their Congress people who work in Washington to help run the country. But the position that's getting the most attention is the election for who will be president of the United States for the next four years, and some of you have questions about that and about elections and voting and political parties. So we're going to tackle all of them today. Why don't kids get a vote for president? Why haven't we had girl presidents before far Democrats, Call Democrats and Republicans. Called Republicans, we've done other episodes about how the US form of government is set up, and we've done episodes about what a president is and does all day and why we have one in the United States we will put links to those episodes in our show notes and at our website. But why kids dot Org in case you want to go back and listen to those episodes specifically. But you've been sending US new questions. So today, we're going to talk more about the presidency elections and why it's so important to vote and why you can't do that if you're a kid. The US has a form of government called representative democracy in a representative democracy. All of the eligible voters get to pick a few people who run the government and those people make our laws or change our laws they are supposed to represent or speak for us. Let's talk a little bit about the presidential election which you may have been hearing about in the news whether you live in the United States or not. Our current President Donald Trump has been in office for almost four years, which is what we call one term. He wants to have a second term, and if he wins, that would be his last a president can only be elected to two terms. But he's being challenged by a lot of people the most prominent challenger. The most popular one is a man named Joe. Biden. Joe Biden used to be the vice president when Barack Obama was the president and Biden is hoping that he will win the presidency this year. There are a lot of ways. This year's election looks very different from normal years as most of you probably know pretty well already. The Global Corona virus pandemic means that many of the candidates running for president and for other government offices like senators are governors can't get out and shake hands and kiss babies and try to convince people to vote for them in the same way when they do all that and try to convince people that's called campaigning. So the campaigning looks pretty different this year. Also many states are encouraging voters to fill in their ballots and vote by mail instead of going to a specific place to what's called cast their vote to vote in person on election day. Lots. Of States have made changes to their rules to make sure more people can vote early this year. And there's another thing I want to mention before I introduce our guest and get to your questions. We are putting this episode out on Friday October ninth as it's going out the President Donald Trump has cove in nineteen, the corona virus he announced that he tested positive for Covid nineteen a week earlier, and he was in the hospital for a few days. He says he's feeling much better now but we still don't really know how this might impact his health in the long term. So there are a lot of unknowns and if things are confusing after election day in November, we'll do another episode to help you understand what's happening. So feel free to send us your questions if anything is confusing to you. But for now, let's get to the questions you've already sent. We invited someone to join us who has practiced talking to young people about voting and elections. Hi, I'm Aaron Geiger Smith I'M A reporter and the author of thank you for voting and the thank you for voting young readers edition. We gave Aaron a really big broad question to tackle I a question from Milo and ten years old I live in Los Angeles California and my question is how Does. The government work how does the government work? We could go really detailed and in-depth on various kinds of governments, and we could look at how our country's government works here in the United States where you and I are or how some state governments work or even how our town government works but broadly speaking to to Milo's question and maybe what some other people are thinking, how has government supposed to work? What is government supposed to be doing for us? It is a big question Milo but it's a really good one government is supposed to help our lives all the things that are necessary for us as people to learn and grow and just be in the world. Make those things go a little smoother and be safe so Government involves our police and firefighters and making that run. Its government is setting up all the systems in a way that makes the world functions and then adapting to make sure those systems keep working how they're supposed to, and if something changes, the government should be there to make things better in a way. It's sort of like with the corona virus in what we're going through our state and local and national governments, what they sometimes did and always should have done is adapted and think through what the problems are to try to make citizens be able to continue their lives safely. So it's about keeping a safe and then planning ahead

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The Experience That Leads 3 Women To Say 'Being Black Is Exhausting'

Morning Edition

04:45 min | 2 years ago

The Experience That Leads 3 Women To Say 'Being Black Is Exhausting'

"Earlier this year, NPR asked our listeners. What is it like to be black in America? Now to be clear. Lots of us who work at NPR have our own answers to that question. But more than 500 people wrote in and a lot of them said it is exhausting. As a black woman. We carry our community on our back. But our backs are cracking and we're tired and we're exhausted. I've come to understand that being black is exhausting. It's exhausting and un affirming. I called up three of the women who gave that answer. Who said they're tired? Asia cook is 38. She's a criminalist with the state of California. I always had this thing about growing up where I felt this need to do everything by the book because I didn't want to be a stereotype. Well, she's black, so it figures. And I remember I had a difficult time when I found out I was pregnant with my twins because Their father and I weren't married. I didn't want the assumption that of course I wasn't goingto have Ah, baby Daddy, Or, of course, I was goingto not finish school or or whatever it wass, you know, Always trying Teo stay ahead of people's assumptions. And it's tiring. It's exhausting to keep up with that. When it came to telling white friends or white colleagues. You all weren't married. Did you hesitate to do that? You know, I didn't really actually became quite obvious quite soon that I was pregnant, but the colleague of mine stepped into my office and said Congratulations and I was like, Oh, thanks and you know, and then, they said Sydney and I just want to thank you for you know, choosing life and gave me stats on abortions and how it was so much higher for women of color in over 50% of them. Choose to terminate the pregnancy, so I just really want to thank you. And I just thought like eyes that's really happening. Yes, it was really happening Next. I talked to Maria Ramirez. She's 31. She's the director of equity initiatives in you, Steinhardt. The day after I learned the news about George Floyd's death, I immediately experience trauma. And it was no one was speaking about it at work. It was like business as usual. And here I am dealing with trauma. It was really, really difficult. Did you go to your colleagues and say, Hey, at I'm messed up about the fact that you guys aren't talking about this. I actually did have some support. But given that I work specifically and diversity, equity and inclusion, it was like everyone was already leaning on me to be able to come up. With some kind of response or support to the whole community. There are other black women that would be an associate professor of applied psychology or something. And they would also be expected, even though it has nothing to do with their job to take on the extra burden of mentoring students that are black, the extra burden, forming the diversity committees and sitting on them and advising Their leadership on you know what we could do in this department? When everyone has access to the same resource is it always falls on people of color because they're black and Milo Howard is a 28 year old teacher and consultant in Bowie, Maryland. Milo When you're feeling that exhaustion what are the ways in which you find yourself behaving that? You think if I had time if I had space if I wasn't so tired I would prefer not to be doing this. I would probably say for me, it manifested. Almost zoning out, you know, and spaces where I would normally engaged Maurin spaces. Wagner normally would participate in conversation or share my ideas. There's no energy to tap into the things I normally would be passionate about. It's a lack of interest in things. It's a lack of, um Desire to even say anything anymore in a workplace seeming spaced out or disengaged or uninterested can really affect you professionally. Do you think that your exhaustion has stood in your way in the workplace? Absolutely. After seeing how some of our colleagues who are not black are moving, going everyday and conversations. I remember I was sitting in a meeting and I just finished like Watching the news had like a deep sob and I tap into the zoon Kon Somebody's talking about his beach house over the past weekend, and it's like Really Is that where we are, Do you? Are you not aware of what's happening? It's infuriating.

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Censored? Joe Rogan Experience is missing episodes on Spotify

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02:42 min | 2 years ago

Censored? Joe Rogan Experience is missing episodes on Spotify

"Hello. Everybody I have an announcement Hello Joe Rogan. What's your announcement starting on September first the entire Jr library will be available on spotify the entire. Library you say 'cause the Joe Rogan experience is now in spotify but forty-six episodes missing including conspiracy theorist Alex Jones far right journalist Milo Yannopoulos an anti Semite Owen Benjamin neither spotify nor Rogan is saying why Rogan's also announced that it becomes an exclusive on the first of December. In his podcast Adam Curry's says he's building something called podcast two point Oh. It's a new podcast that outlines an alternative to the apple podcasts directory. I. Think we've figured out some incentive for develop AC- says he'll also be on the first show from Joe Rogan's new studio in Dallas. spotify down rejecting new podcast served with non secure audio addresses according to e mail seen by pulled news audio served using HDP rather than https also doesn't play in chrome on embedded players. Apple podcast expressed a preference for https back in May two, thousand eighteen but haven't yet insisted on it. The vintage video podcasts spend three hundred and fifty dollars on ads for their show in podcast APP overcast called them one hundred and nineteen new subscriptions they say quote the campaign was worth what we paid for it. That's Nice Hobby, radio has launched hard m. n. a new podcast APP built specifically for Minnesota Nice Idea Patriot has raised nine hundred million dollars in new funding says CEO Jack Conte Patriots. Valuation is one point, two, billion dollars, and the IRA has the full sheduled for the IB podcast upfront event in September and the host comedian Francesca Ramsey. And in Podcast News, Here's how to promote your podcast a stunning story of a plastic surgeon asked by wanted terrorist to make them look unrecognizable full marks to plastic surgeon podcast for that. News from the Ramsey network is the Dr John Baloney show a show that provides real talk about life relationships and mental health challenges. It'll come out three times a week and seventy million is back for season three starting on September the fourteenth each week that people denominated podcast from Antica? Williamson. Co brings localities taking action from the school to prison pipeline. To racialist policing to the spread of covid nineteen in jail.

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