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EU: Brexit trade talks to go on past Thursday deadline

BBC Newshour

03:15 min | Last week

EU: Brexit trade talks to go on past Thursday deadline

"Summit summit in in which which they'll they'll be be discussing discussing Brexit Brexit in in depth depth for for the the first first time time in in months months as as the the clock clock continues continues to to tick tick down down to to the the end end of of December. December. With With no no trade trade agreement in sight, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's warned he may pull out of the talks if no progress is achieved by the end of the summit. Well, let's go live to Brussels and took Teo Ah, Correspondents Nick Beak and Nick just set out for us. I mean, it's hard to keep up with what's going on, just sent out for us What it is precisely there likely to be talking about what's holding things up. James will as we speak if their own schedule this very point. The chief negotiator off the use side, Misha Vanni will be talking to the leaders of the 27 remaining you countries he will be bringing them up to date on where they are in these trade negotiations that have been limping on, you know, for the past 67 months or so despite covert and despite A lot of meetings not happening face to face, but But, as you say, I mean, so many deadlines have come and gone with Brexit. Boris Johnson was hoping that today would be the moment of which that either be a deal or no deal, and they'd be able to move on from that. The latest from down the street is that Boris Johnson is willing to listen to What may or may not be agreed among you leaders over the next 48 hours, and he'll decide the future steps that the UK will take. But certainly in public. Both sides are saying they do want to deal but not at any cost on what is what are the sticking points. I mean, is it Is it still things like fishing and state subsidies? Absolutely, yeah, that they're the two key ones, specifically the extent to which you boats, Khun go into British waters in the future and fish and also the amount of government subsidies in particular the British government, But other governments, Khun give to either struggling sectors within the economy. Or maybe New text, jobs and also a third stumbling block is governance. How you deal with any sort of future trade dispute on fishing, I think has really come to the fore and this really affects Frantz and we've seen President Macron actually in the last half an hour or so, with some pretty strong language, saying on no account. Will our fishermen be sacrificed for Brexit? We didn't choose Brexit. The British people did so preserving our fisherman's accident. UK Waters allows a good compromise, and by that, I think the suggestion is the UK may move on government subsidies. On the You may give some ground on fishing, but from what President Macron is saying they're certainly not going to give loads of ground if it means getting a wider deal, But is it fair to say just briefly that I mean on the whole? Nobody wants to see Britain live leave without a deal. I think that it's fair to say both sides say that in about an hour ago, I caught up with the Irish leader T shirt, Marcin and he said, Look, You've gotta look at the way that cove it is focusing minds. Leaders of the U and the U. K cannot inflict what he said would be an additional shock of a no deal. Brexit you know that can't happen, Nick. Thank you very much. Indeed, that was Brussels correspondent. Nick be joining us live about that summit taking place right now.

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Trump and 2015 McCain comments

The Young Turks

10:30 min | Last month

Trump and 2015 McCain comments

"Donald trump is vehemently denying allegations made in a shocking Atlantic piece, which claims that trump refused to visit a US military cemetery near Paris in two thousand, eighteen because the fallen soldiers were in his words, losers and suckers. Now I say it was a shocking piece but to be honest with you not so shocking when you consider all the different times, he transparently brazenly said terrible things about members of our military who happen to disagree with him politically. But here he is denying it and then I'll give you what the facts are to think that I would make statements negative to. Our military and our fallen heroes nobody's done what I've done. With the budgets with the military budgets with getting pay raises military it is a disgraceful situation. By a magazine that's a terrible magazine. I don't read it by disagreed with John. McCain. But still respected him and I had to approve his funeral is president. We lowered the flags I had to approve that nobody else I had to approve it when you think I'm just thinking back. I had to approve either Air Force One or military plane. To go to Arizona to pick up his casket and I approved it immediately. So. Let's take a look at a trump tweet from two thousand fifteen because there's always tweet. This is from July two, thousand fifteen where trump referred to John McCain as a loser. I mean he tweeted an article about himself calling John McCain loser. So he was bragging about it also when McCain died in two thousand, eighteen trump refused to lower the White House flag back to half staff even though it's become customary for presidents to sign a proclamation calling for the flag to remain at half staff for members of Congress until the day of interment, and then one other piece of evidence to Kinda refute trump's narrative in that video take a look and I said somebody should run against John McCain who has been. In my opinion not so hot I supported him. I supported for President I raised a million dollars from a lot of money. I supported him. He lost he let us down but he lost. So. I never liked him as much after that because I don't like to lose. But. But Frank Franklin we're get doing. He hit me he's a war hero. He's a war hero he's a war hero presumed captured. I like people that weren't captured. Okay I hate to tell you. That was from twenty. Fifteen event in Iowa. So. I don't know how to talk trump supporters anymore. That's why I'm done with them in my personal life and everywhere else because the guy. Ridiculous Liar. Does he know that he tweeted on John McCain's loser does he know he said on? Massimo you guys all remember when he said for people who weren't. But earlier, he said, I don't like losers referring to John McCain. So why did he come out yesterday and say no I never malsor. Each just unbelievable he's capable and so if you say, Hey, know what I love people who are Liars Okay again I mean do you boo okay. and. And look again. I. Blame the media. And Because So many politicians lie and they never call it out. They'd never they enabled politicians lies for decades. So eventually, you got one that. So over the top that even. Though. And remember you guys remember it took them like a couple of years before they finally gather up the nerve to say, well, what Donald Trump said, there was not correct. I'm forgetting the name of the CNN analyst who finally just said it and then went on this three minute rant fact checking trump. Fact checking trump's RNC speech but he started that three minute rant by saying trump lied he's a liar and I was like. Is. This CNN what's going on? And so yeah, you're right Jangling the fact that that excited me because it's so rare I think mean something and we'll get you the name of the person I'm talking about because he deserves all the credit I'm kind of blanking right now but look I actually think with this particular story and a few others. The media has done a decent job. So for instance, business insider had a very lengthy list highlighting all the different times, Donald trump attacked members of the military right and fallen soldiers. So I wanna read a few of them right now in fact, as you guys can probably remember in July of two thousand, sixteen trump attacked the family of captain who mine con a slain soldier someone who died. Fighting for the country dismissing a speech his father Kaiser Khan made because he said Khan's mother hadn't been allowed to speak the family said she had not spoken because she too emotional to talk about her son's death. And he just kept going after that family. It was it was honestly disgusting in October of two thousand seventeen trump forgot the name of slain US Army Sergeant La- David Johnson while he was on the phone with his widow, Johnson was killed in an ambush in. Niger. While while in active service. Misha. Johnson said the call was trump made her cry and trump told her that her husband knew would he had signed up for in November of two thousand Eighteen Fox News is Chris Wallace asked trump about his thoughts on retired Admiral William mcraven a former navy seal been. who was behind the mission that killed Osama bin. Laden. He interrupted Wallace and said Hillary Clinton. Fan. When Wallace continued trump did to excuse me Hillary Clinton Fan trump went on to repeat that mcraven supported Clinton which by the way he hadn't as well as former President Barack Obama and said frankly wouldn't have been nice if we got Osama bin Laden a lot sooner than that. I mean, there's so many more examples Jank but I mean I want to give you an opportunity to respond to some of them. By the way Daniel Dale is the CNN reporter that I was referring to earlier go ahead. So we've seen him call the generals, losers, thousands of times and so. I guess people are shocked at that. He would go and call the fallen soldiers losers as well, and not just stop a general's or veterans or captured soldiers. But is it really shy at all? He calls everybody lose them in his denial. He called the military people who were the sources for this story lowlifes and liars. If you're trying to deny that you'd ever call anybody in the military losers you shouldn't then turn around in your denial and call them lowlifes. Buyers. So I look. Landing brokers story with four sources. Then Washington Post back it up with three sources and the Associated Press also found sources all saying the same thing. I actually want to read a few excerpts from the Washington Post piece. Again, these aren't the same sources. These are additional sources who also spoke to the Washington Post about. Their experience with trump and what he had to say about fallen soldiers in one account. The president told senior advisors that he didn't understand why the US government plays such a high value on finding. Oh. This is so disgusting finding soldiers missing in action because they had performed poorly and gotten caught in deserved what they got according to a person familiar with the discussion. Okay. That That part of the story like I don't know all of it is gross but that part hit me the hardest because he just doesn't value people's lives and think about losing a family member that way and knowing that the president of the United States does not care to find their bodies. A trump believes people who served in Vietnam War must be losers. They hadn't gotten out of it according to a person familiar with the comments. Trump also complained bitterly to then chief of staff, John Kelly that he didn't understand why Kelly and others in the military treated. McCain, who had been imprisoned and tortured during the Vietnam War with such reverence isn't he kind of a loser? Trump asked according to a person familiar with trump's comments. So. Look at Donald Trump says, this is outrageous synonymous sources. Donald Trump also, just a couple of days ago said that there was a plane full of thugs who are gonNA come and disturb. His, acceptance speech and caused violence and when asked, who told you that he said? I can't tell you basically it's anonymous. So. I'm supposed to believe your anonymous source of a trust me to go. You would know trust me. But we're not supposed to believe now it looks like about a half, a dozen military sources for that talked to three different publications all saying the same thing and all saying things that are very similar to what you said before and by the way yesterday show before the Washington Post Associated Press stories came out I said I guarantee you. that. He thinks that they're suckers 'cause he out of be fake doctor's note because his daddy bottom one and he thinks they're suckers for not being able to get out of the war his spoil less and it turns out. That's exactly what he said according to the military sources that heard him say. And remember when sources are anonymous to the general public that doesn't mean that there are anonymous to the reporters. Reporters have to vet their anonymous sources and corroborate what they're saying So maybe they're anonymous to us, but they're not anonymous to the reporters.

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Details emerge after woman found alive in body bag at funeral home

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Details emerge after woman found alive in body bag at funeral home

"An attorney for the family of a young woman found breathing that of Detroit funeral home after being declared dead, says the 20 year old was in a body bag for some two hours before it was open, and she was discovered to be alive. Geoffrey Feiger, hired by to Misha Bull Shams family said. The Southfield woman is hospitalized in critical condition and is on a respirator.

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Details emerge after woman found alive in body bag at funeral home

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Details emerge after woman found alive in body bag at funeral home

"An attorney for the family of a young woman found breathing in Detroit funeral home after being declared dead, says the 20 year old was in a body bag for some two hours before it was open, and she was discovered to be alive. Geoffrey Feiger, hired by to Misha Bull Shams family said. The Southfield woman is hospitalized in critical condition and is on a respirator.

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35 COVID-19 cases linked to Christian day camp in western Michigain

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

35 COVID-19 cases linked to Christian day camp in western Michigain

"Of cases of covert 19 have now been linked to a Christian Day camp in western Michigan. W W. J Sander McNeil reports Feliz, sir. Now with a very eaten district Health department says it right now 35 confirmed cases of covert 19 linked to camp Misha. Wanna Seven additional cases are probable meaning people are already showing symptoms. Sir Ernest says they're now conducting contact, tracing their estimating at this time that 250 individuals They have come in contact with these positive cases, and therefore those 250 individuals who were there at the camp on or after July 24 may have been exposed to cope in 19 certainly can't say if this is the biggest outbreak in the area, she says many of the case of their in people who live elsewhere in the state

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5.1 magnitude earthquake shakes North Carolina

AP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

5.1 magnitude earthquake shakes North Carolina

"News, North Carolina was hit by an earthquake Sunday morning. At magnitude 5.1. It was the most powerful to hit the state in more than 100 years. Charlotte resident Misha Thomas tells Wsoc Don't even know that earthquakes actually exist in North Carolina because I'm from California. And I don't even know that they exist. So I was really startled. There were no reports of injuries, but some minor structural damage was reported in Sparta, North Carolina, near where the quake was

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Israel and Hezbollah 'exchange fire' near Lebanon border

War Room

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Israel and Hezbollah 'exchange fire' near Lebanon border

"Trading fire across the border between Israeli army and fighters and the lesbian, A Lebanese Shia Misha militia Hezbollah. The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has declared a serious security incident while a spokesman for the Israeli military I said that fighting is still continuing. Israelis living near the border with Lebanon have been ordered to remain indoors. Lebanese sources have posted images of what they say Israel shells hitting the Shebaa Farms area on the border between the two countries. Husband had threatened a strong retaliation for the killing of one of its fighters last week, but top officials have said the group is not seeking all out war. That's the BBC's Sebastian Usher reporting,

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"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"I enjoy good one. Tell me how I smell get hail Stan. Yeah get hailstone get hell star. Just listen odd. People don't get destroyed. Do the stream stream how Stan and when and when she can play live again I will. I want to be there. You don't want to go you guys. Can you guessed listed the La shows are good time? Where do you play when you play in? La mainly played What was it called On on the Wilton we played. School is packed. It was good vibes man. All right cool hopefully soon. Yeah until then Stream Health Stan. Everybody Michigan Sore. That's the entire podcast. I don't think that we recording the rest of this week we have a crew show with vinny at the end of the week has vinnies comeback would day. I think that's Thursday. Thursday we got Vinnie Vinnie Russo. There's we have randy from bring a trailer Thursday. We have rainy from bring a trailer featuring Vinnie Russo. Actually rain is going to be super interesting. I want to hear what the last two months of looked like it. Bring a trailer. I want him to give us the picture. That's that's GONNA be Thursday four. Pm Pacific Seven PM Eastern Randy Non Enberg The owner and founder of bring a trailer Michelle. Thanks for coming in home. Thanks and safe travels and that Lambeau. I want that odometer. Going UP rapidly will be. You had to put more miles on that then. I put on my Lamborghini deal. That's that's the real. If you that we happy all right the smoking tire podcasts. Param shout engine. Get Your Own Damn podcasts? At Challenge Dot Com deasy on use a microphone connection to the Internet. And ideally something to say. See y'all later..

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"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:55 min | 5 months ago

"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Sick people true if I four Prescott. That'd be like yeah. This is stupid as well right. These Carl Vogel had a response about the The Zinger fuel source thing and he says it's It's very energy intensive to capture a co two. Oh it's only carbon-neutral using clean renewable energy plus. It uses metal similar to catalytic converter but he uses a lot more of them. He's looking for patent for us. Which is good. I mean. Nothing's Free. I think we're we're trying to figure out what is the best energy source and a lot of ways. And I like the people are still just creatively. Thinking about it will clarify. Yeah Definitely Joe. Mama asked me she. What is the best way for a new musician to get into the industry and get not? Oh boy trying to fame boy girl signing the first first thing is don't talk it's tough. Look like I got into this. Like I'm GonNa tell people the things they don't WanNa hear my band is where where it is and I am where I'm at like so much of that is because of luck. Sheer Dumb luck. What you do with it the fact that we treat the band like a business the fact that we try to maximize our opportunities and you know that we work hard all that stuff. Is that standard? Everyone who's playing this game is doing that. So the real variable is luck. Unfortunately we did get very lucky like we. Right very genuinely. I have no idea why people like our music. They didn't at first and then then they started to like it. Like I had no control over that It's it's so many bands wanted to it. It's a fun job so everybody wants to do. It doesn't pay Goddamn thing still. My Band doesn't make very much money. But something. I enjoy so be ready for that. If you're going to get in the music industry have your income streams ready to start diversifying early best advice? I could ever give you because if you're going to rely on the band even if it gets bigger to like support you like you will live the worst life will do. I mean we're looking at right now I've I there's there's like there's some fucking rappers on instagram. They're all like get ready to see some garage sales. You know. I guess these guys really rely on on. Taurine they live. As if there's another Gig next week you know it's it's that Hustler lifestyle and you know so if you have friends I have a lot of friends are very directly affected now the nobody expected all fucking live music to be canceled for six months or a year a year. And they'll pay longer. I mean you can speak to this more but like the the money people make from song. Sales has been it. Seems like it's been reduced tapes. The CDs to digital kept being reduced. So then live touring was how musicians made up the bulk of their money. So so this is what happened like a like one streaming became thing The the market started to get so saturated with touring actually strategically. I spoke with the band. Our manager I was like hey like I want to pull back on touring because one it will make us less reliance on it and to because you're gain this thing where it was impossible to compete. There's all these tours. I want people to feel like we're coming into town. You better come two hours because it might be two years before you see us again But there's bans out there. They didn't have the luxury of that because they relied so much during an income. It's like well even though it's not right to tour and even though we we've kind of over toward this album bills to pay so run out on headlining run you know. And you'd see. Sometimes they're they're guarantees would stagnate or go down and it's it's a tough spot to be. I would never fault a ban for doing I. I get it to get married again. He says but it's true. It's like no one thought that like hey like tomorrow. Just you're not gonNA tour for for a while. Anyone who's relying on that you know got got really screwed again. I'm okay because a pure dumb luck it just so happens that my businesses for now are doing okay. Maybe they won't be in six months. Maybe I'll be in big trouble. Who knows like this? Is the reality of this stuff. It's all extremely volatile. My life is very volatile. I I you know thanks to my parents. I'm aware that could lose all of this tomorrow. So you know it's a wonderful Jewish guilt all the way in the back of my head but it does keep you a little bit grounded and you know this this has made me realize like yeah you you gotta be very careful with this stuff so getting back to the question at hand you know if you want to play live. This is the thing no one does the they all expect like their social media presence to be everything is a how. I build a big channels like dude like I mean I. I won't sign unless I know that you're like a sick live band. And that you really bring in your cool onto and that you can hack touring bands. Go out there. They're like yeah. I wanted to tour. And then they do on tour and it's like you will never survive tour man will break up and you'll hate this you know and the only way you find out by actually going and doing it so get out there and do it. If that's too hard going do merger be Guitar Tech. There are ways down the road. Just people don't WanNa take advantage of it You'd probably say. Oh you get in the automotive industry..

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"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:57 min | 5 months ago

"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Get the antenna up on the roof. Someone says it's says here we go here ago. Hello and we're back. This has been wire casts. You know we're just doing a little test concord. I think rolling out products charging hail. Hello wire cast fails welcome back everybody. Welcome well good. We exist asked him what we were talking about. Because I don't remember you driving your Lamborghini a lot and I'm proud of you for it. Thank you and if I fired you me spark you a little bit to drive your car more than that's good. Those are the modern cars. It's one thing if you have a rare collectible somehow fragile or historically significant car. I understand being paranoid about that. The modern cars they've companies have done such a good job of making them usable. Yeah that it seems almost a travesty. A tragedy to to not you know I agree. I agree because so many of the car is you know I'll test drive these cars. I'm shopping for them and I'm always blown away by how livable they are totally and when you consider that the per month as like the quote unquote tracks right and it's still core one basically as comfortable as a regular her. I'm like man. We've hit a new level of car play in that I've taken meetings in that call. You know like Like you know voice Voice to text messages and like doing all my stuff. I'm like I'm GonNa Limbo and we're we're so conditioned to that at this point that we had Kevin Zinger on the phone last night and I was asking about his psycho death but she so know. How is it in traffic? And he's like know. It's not really meant for that really. Yeah one of those. He's like it's like thirteen hundred horsepower. It's really meant to just scare the Shit. I mean.

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"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:55 min | 5 months ago

"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"It not hold. Aaron that needs to be how I know that still cheaper than buying a new version but you know like that. I think the thing that you did. I think he told me that you had a friend who when he gets a new car. He'll actually like market with a month though he he's it. Yeah he keys his own car when I? I didn't go that far but the message was received and since then I've been driving it around. I think the other thing is also just I I get anxious with this stuff so actually it leaving it somewhere wherever overnight or for whatever and then the car is fine. Oh Yeah and then you just keep draft so the more I drive it the more I drive it. Good actually have been driving that more than any other car lately for completely pointless things but I think it's actually a great car to drive. It drives like a Honda. Oh Modern Lambeau or any modern supercar. Just use it as a car if you want to. I mean they're low but but besides that it's and got the front lift it actually clear stuff better than the Cayman which doesn't have a front lift lambeau weight is Lambeau. The one where you can't do the lift. While the wheels are turned that McLaren Clare and won't let you is the stupidest. Yeah Porsche has the Best nose-lift it pops up in like a quarter second yeah. Lamborghini is the second best nose-lift. Yeah I mean it's not fast but like I've definitely done it like thirty miles an hour right past an important. What matters is you can you can do it. And while the wheel is turned and it doesn't interrupt other processes literally never thought about area in one of the things I hate about McLaren's and they haven't ever changed this is you can't operate to nose-lift seat belt and I don't drive with my seat belt off but like sometimes I pulled the car in and out of the garage driveway. Or if you're approaching the whatever approaching my pull up my seat belt to get my keys and now I can't and it. It covers the menu on the screen with driver unbelted. And it won't let you. It's the dumbest thing ever. It drives me these are these are supercar problems. Which but I will. I will say this. I was told you're not supposed to leave your car on the on the lift and sometimes I forget they're soon Broadcast live during to go. Fuck okay all right. I'm I I like to go talk to them. Learn more about this all right. Let's see let's see if it just says it keeps it live in case you have cut out it does so Get the antenna up on the roof. Someone says it's says here we go here ago. Hello and we're back. This has been wire casts. You know we're just doing.

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"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

05:53 min | 5 months ago

"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Mean. It's an old engine. I know underrating. The crafts voting the fucking the wheel. Horsepower is the crank horsepower with with a small increase in. This is all off site so quote with a small increase in boost pressure. We saw results of three hundred and seventy eight horse power to the wheels. 353 torque so power gain is only thirty. Torque is third is also twenty five This now if you got like a pro tune or something I get more out of it. And that's the stage one map. Bro. Yeah and if this is without exhaust obviously doesn't big hindrance on turbo cars. A plus twenty five plus thirty was just a tune in a four cylinder is excellent. Here's a GTS. What about the is for? Misha's car 'cause we can hook this up. We can make a phone call. You can have this okay. There's no number for the GTS but it looks like it went from about. I'd say three forty two three ninety horse. Yeah and the Torque how much mandatory curve is so strange on the sports stage one. I mean retail. It's probably you guys are the worst friends ever and the best friends I I'm a I'm a thousand percent as we cheapest power ever we can make a phone call and make you not have to pay. So so. Here's the thing well really well. Don't say that it's tuned. It's for marketing. So here's here's the thing about that car I I mean I'll take more power. But there's like five hundred horsepower. I'm not interested in because the way that the balance everything is it's Thanos everything imperfect balance right off the shelf map won't ruin that. No no no no no. That's fine. That's totally that's totally fine. But I'm just saying like going to those stage three kind of things you know. It's like that that's where I'm just like you know. I kind of like the intent being there you know. Yeah and I think that it's that there's there becomes a point where you're tuning out of class as I say okay. You bought this car for a lot of money. But now you're putting all this other shit into it. And you know not cost him more money and factor depreciation your warranty craziness and you know with a Porsche. You don't need a fuck with too much. It's as I said. That car is so perfect and so great that like it makes me question whether it's really dumb to have that. Lamba role still in these. Sometimes everything so well. You're like wow lambeau satin in the garage and you never used. I drive but I know for fact. You drive that car lot and so like we've talked about times. The miles are cheap. Yep So if you if you're unafraid of the miles and and you drive it then it's then it's a great thing. Thank you for that by the way because I was definitely his mileage math on you know not even mileage math but just sort of just getting my head straight about because I did by the car driving I I would say. I was being very cautious. Look like an. I don't know how many of your viewers are in this situation. But like I'd say like maybe five six years ago I was in a position where like I thought for the rest of my of my life. I will never have like a fast car. That's just not in the cards for me. You know you thought that because easily just impossible like I love cars almost in love him as much. Because it's like why torture myself you know looking at things I will never afford. You know And then you know I put a lot of work into businesses. And it's not the band it's everything else but you know the honestly. The main goal was to try to get these kinds of that. Was the next show if you had these kinds of cars but the thing that a lot of people don't experience and you don't necessarily have to experience as much as others. It's like when you've had no car or crappy cars and then you get like a nice car. The anxiety that comes with it is so real needs to be addressed. You know because because you spent all this money that in in my case it's like was this a responsible purchased hell no you know. Can I afford it just about you know like but there's probably a million other ways to spend that money that would have been more responsible so now got this thing and it's perfect or near perfect because that's how I bought it and I'm afraid of parking it anywhere? I'm afraid of leaving it anywhere. I'm afraid of taking it for drives on scraping it somewhere. I'm afraid of all these things that I never thought about. And no one really ever talks about this. But like I transitioned from like I will never owned one of these to like. Hey like I can start looking at these cars. And I really wish there'd had been a bit of a primer on a for people who can suddenly afford supercars for dummies. You know I think that's interesting and I think people handle it different ways. Either they handle it like you're talking about and it's this precious thing in. Oh my God or they they make that money's vast and if they're like just totally irresponsible and go way the other way sure and I just don't understand the value of the dollar. They probably didn't work as hard to get the money to get your money in that case but like that knob goes in one way. I think you're doing a good job of driving the car. Yeah well I mean like I. It's also this rolling thing 'cause like the first fast car. I bought myself an ninety three sedan. I think I paid like forty four grand. You had inbetween nice car. That was like my I I. Yeah I Actually the first car bought for myself because otherwise I was just walking to work like boring my parents so I guess you'd be right So Ninety Three sedans nice car. It was a good car. A great car absolutely loved that car And I thought that was GONNA be it because I. I barely scraped the money to to get that together. My parents thought I was insane. But did it go badly for some reason? Why does that was going to be it? No because you know because I'm Jewish guilt and it's like all my parents are just look at me like he's dumb you know like Why didn't why? Why don't you buy a house you know like you're all the other ways to spend this money instead of being a failure but pepperoni pizza and a German car just completely disappointed.

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"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

07:44 min | 5 months ago

"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Are waiting in line for McDonald saw. I I look I get it. Some people don't the motto is trump designers slot. But that's really invoking the I think you hit the nail on the head. Anyone I tried. I promise I tried to watch it. I did watch like four episodes. I did find them funny. But for some reason I just didn't continue But whenever someone tries to like explain to me a premise of an episode or something or like you got to see it just comes out like a disaster worst show to try to explain the someone it'd be it'd be like explaining to a petrol head. Why the model three performances sick dude? He's got drive it a lot of people. I have a hard time explaining. How a five thousand pound Porsche? Taikang TURBO CAN BE. You know crazy fun right right. But it's still plod technology got on my head started thinking about that. Cumulative thing that we're talking about Kevin. Have you seen the Zinger thing no three D. printed car? O Pretty Crazy. Okay I mean. That's that's a logical next step. Yeah but not just reprinted car. It's a it's a thirteen hundred horsepower. I have I sit. I sit one behind the other in line seating. I didn't know that it's pretty off the wall and this dude was talking to guy the CEO of the company Kevin. This guy was on the show yesterday and he was telling us about the you know. The world's impression of the electric vehicle as being clean where the cumulative impact of building servicing maintaining running and disposing vs compared to Certain other things is actually quite a dirty process. Yeah and so. He's got this thing that's a it's it's it's gas and it's a hybrid right gas engine in the back. Myburgh in the Front The small electric battery the Front Internet. Apparently he runs it on this fuel that is made from a process that takes co two from the atmosphere and hydrogen from the atmosphere. Turns it into methanol which is then put into the car and burned and because you've taken the co two from the atmosphere to put the fuel that when the CO two comes back at the end of the car it's perfectly carbon-neutral right is that is that real? Does that work? I mean I don't have the wherewithal to question that scientifically. I would be interested to see if there anyone who listens to our show that does but it certainly sounds like it has premise. I mean I don't know it seems pretty cool. Yeah the car. Words car car runs and drives runs and drives at least someone's looking because that that argument of like is it really clear. I think is sort of the. The well thought out argument against the electric car currently well. There's two arguments. He's because there's an old one that was called like the long tailpipe argument which they have disproven and that was like the amount of energy it takes to create. The electricity that goes into the car is worse than creating gasoline per per unit and Jesus Vinci on engineering explained a really good video about this but that for a long time was the counter. Tv's put forward and he's pointing out something that I think people probably have thought about in some ways like well. No it's like. It's all the rare metals that go into batteries. It's all the rare. Metals are go into materials. Like we all know that mining stuff is a dirty business and there's so much more of those rare things that go into electronics and then you have them done. And how do we even do that? The argument I hadn't heard for the longest time. And then when I heard I was like okay that that's the first time I've heard argument. That kind of makes sense. He said there's a next year there's a new. Ev CADILLAC ESCALADE. Coming out with a two hundred kilowatt hour battery. He said that driving around in that is like driving around in three. Honda accords at once. Seriously that is the amount of energy that it takes to operate that I can't even imagine how much ways eight thousand eighty like. This weight thing is one of these things. I cars obviously game beer heavier but then this is going to be the next jump because batteries way so mu- like I I feel like there's also signed that no one's really addressed yet. Maybe it's not a problem but when these things catch fire it's like really really bad. Really bad is really bad. And it's and it's you know like there's that famous The what the remarks that Richard Hammond crashing. Which like I was on fire for six days or something because they're basically saying every subsequent cell because it's sort of arranged -serily was just catch fire. Put One out and then the six thousand cells or something like that. I don't know the exact details of that but I've heard of these of fires that burn very hot very long you need special processes to put them out that not all fire. Departments are equipped to handle and if all of a sudden well all of a sudden stupid things that clearly wouldn't happen all of a sudden but if everyone switched to a navy you would have to switch will that was. That was Kevin's point. The snowball effect right of infrastructure to charge it infrastructure to mine them infrastructure to build them. They're heavier so we need heavier duty. Tires in heavier duty breaks and may even better roads and like on and on and on and on and on and the snowball of that versus maybe finding cleaner fuel to run through cleaner internal combustion engines. Where the vehicles can be lighter and then researching materials to make things the lightest. They could possibly be which is what his three. D. Printing thing is about they have this They have like suspension components. That are like what is that. Forty or fifty percent lighter than the crazy. They're create from another menu from a stamp suspension. A arm down there like I'm not kidding weight as much as these headphones while control arm because it was made out of ever like they have and I just resource and it's also would mean for for parts and whatever you could just print them up. Wait for that. You don't need to build tooling off tool that prince. Anything Yeah it. It seems really neat. I I don't have I don't I? Don't have the ability to punch holes in his theory the factory and running driving cars and he's pretty cool now he becomes a disruptor to the disruptor. I like these guys because they're coming up with things like oh well you know what about this? And they're right here really towards Eastern Europe or some the name Gary. That's Awesome I. The the name like hat's honest. If my name was Zinger with a at the beginning of it I might not name the company. Yeah I don't want to say that to the guy but I got you gotta be like man. My name is kind of hard to pronounce. Maybe a lot of these guys are like engineers a really really smart and then they just don't see the other side of it like the marketing side of it. It's like it's like what's wrong with that. That's what though I really WanNa Drive. The car really want to drive that car. That's right behind you because apparently that's where I'll be. Yes nuts man. That's the the other side of this which I'm sure you've talked about Ad Nauseam but I'm curious to see what your take is is I feel like cars are already too fast for the person and the level of education is basically non-existent When I think back to my driving test and what it what it consisted of. It's hilarious that anyone. Let me on the road but I was you know driving an Acura. Mdx OA-TO MDX..

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"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Lot of things about it like a bloodhound? Gang album title so fun. It's so good are fans loved it so even our managers awesome. We Love them and even after the fact he was like okay. West hate it but I get it. When he saw fans react to it he was worried. It was actually go work against this. I was like Nah. Don't worry like we know we know our guys. Bill Bill Lovett closer. You can get to like a Like Maury and Rick Album title is GonNa go better. That's basically that's basically and rick. Rick and Morty I spent a long quarantine and I have so many people that get me to try to watch for morning. It's a good show but it's like one of those things where The fan base may be ruining the pro. What's the equivalent of that car? Tesla Tesla the Tesla shows. It is no. That's that's perfect. Yeah he's good he's the best. Yeah it's it's the Tesla model three performance because it's genuinely a great show and like I'm almost ashamed to let people know that I enjoy and I don't want to have a com- I like to watch it and not have a conversation with people about the fact that I watch and that that's the end of it. I love it but when when the sauce thing happened and they were like are people really waiting in line for this. We'll some people are but for us. It's just a really funny show with like a good joke density and they can kind of do what they want. Because there's almost like superheroes but quote human. That's really great. Yeah but people are waiting in line for McDonald saw. I I look I get it. Some people don't the motto is trump designers slot. But.

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"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

05:01 min | 5 months ago

"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Wearing wings. That are shooting fire as you think. It's amazing so what I heard. I think I hope I'm not wrong about this. But I think one of them are all of them owned the PYRO company that they sort of that makes a racist. They rented out to all the other bands ton of money. Just off of that really good idea of course pyro gear from. Ramstein of not. They'll training you wanted to rent a tiger. I'm calling sick free especially now r.i.p Roy. I know who I'd call but when you know someone I can pay in math. I've felt bad for Roy Horn. He died over the weekend at and it was just from siegfried and Roy and it all the newspaper articles are just like the dark haired one. And it's like Oh okay forty years and it's just the dark haired one. Well they wear the same outfit. They did the same. I lived in the same house. Tell you exactly Joe. Exotic looks like drive. That guy. Perfect is that that's not an CGI. That's a real image right he's wearing. What does that coat made up? Go back that. Cleveland made a metal. That's where I mean. That is one of the greatest metal music images. I've seen as long time. You had to describe metal alien. You know It it's logical conclusion. Happy literally on fire or when the singer actually murders like Lulu Dallas. The most metal thing that could happen. Yeah Right. Was the guy murdered. All them mayhem and in the many made the cover the next album the picture of the dude murder. That's black man. That's that's a whole other. That's a whole other sort of sect right there. You know we're we're going to have fun. We're having a good time at our show. There's there's black metal so black metal's interesting because there's there's people who get it in into aesthetically and do the corpse pain and all that because there's this whole like that may air and all the people were very serious. They were very upset with Christians and the church was there sort of way to rebel against right but But then there's people who genuinely got into it probably is fans and just enjoyed the aesthetic and they're like you know but it's not burn the churches and until they literally started murdering burn churches and they went to jail. And like it's like it's like there's a whole phase of that in Norway so like It's pretty. It's pretty dark part of that. That BLACK METAL HISTORY. But then there's a bunch of bands that just do it for fun but then there's also bins at still kind of do it for real like this band. What pain that they like? They need the stage the smell like death before they go in and they bring they bring like pigs corpses. I have a bunch of Friends. Who've like wow censoring friends. Who worked with them and they told me they'd like if you open their trail. You need to have vapor rub like acclaim smells like death method medal. No they really need to be in the. Apparently they're super nice guys to get the tour rider we have to see the Torah writer. I don't major manned pig corpses bring they bring the pig corpses united rotting in the in in the trailer so crazy. It is that's So that's that's one extreme. So my band periphery for for those of you. Who Don't know we're not like that at all corpses. No we do we. We kind of we kind of stopped just short of that. Maybe maybe we'll just stick to like you know lights and And smoke what do you what genre would you put yourself into So you know we. We are so progressive metal. You know it's it's like You mixed metal with progressive music. It's it's music for nerds You know kind of angry nerds though. We're like energetic nurse announced on stage and it's all about like having a good time but But our last albums like it's called Hail Stan Thinks I. I'm pretty sure the only reason I wanted to do it with so that I could in every interview tell people are album was called the Hail Satan and then when they say it's says he'll stand I could just get fake mad about it. I'm firing our our manager right now. That's such a bad type. All right our major hated. Cover our manager album. Here's like he like wrote us a letter being like look like you know. I feel like I have to say my piece. I just think this is the dumbest name ever and we're like. Yeah that's unfortunately why we're going to call album. We're super proud of this album. We've put so much work into its at needs to have like the dumbest name ever. We'll put rate I got Typo of of Hail Satan on the front. I don't know why. Why else would you go through the music industry and deal with all storch if you don't get to have these little moments status a hilarious album a.

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"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Years in construction for weeks has basically done so. That's cool pretty much pretty much done for weeks on five years one percent. That's basically drink. That water cheers man. Nice to see you. We've hung out a few times Out On drives and on the porch and now here. We are in the studio in the studio. Yes the thing is you drove your beautiful Lombardini to the studio which is very nice So so you know I. I suppose I'm more well known for being a music guy but my true love which I shouldn't admit my truth but not the I love drive a car before you could play guitar. No actually probably technically yes really. Yeah because like think we're on vacation my parents are from Mauritius. We'd go to Mauritius and they'd always have like my dad. Had Austin Morris. Manual rental is a terrible car and like you know in the driveway teaching me how to drive that. Yeah that was before I mean I had piano lessons or whatever when I was young. You started with piano. My mom forced may take piano lessons because I was showing some musical aptitude at a young age so I hated it and absolutely absolutely always pick an instrument that you have like no interest in can address said. They're like no. I definitely I to guitar. And they're like no you want the piano. I suppose it was easier to get the piano lessons.

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"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:04 min | 5 months ago

"misha" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"What up one. Welcome smoke entire PODCAST. This episode is brought to you by auto tempest. Look if you are looking for a car whether you're trying to buy or sell it you need to know the market in the best place to get. The gauge of the whole market is auto tempest dot com. Why because all you have to do is put your search terms in one time and tempest searches the entire Internet. Cars DOT COM carsoup cars direct not to mention auto trader craigslist Ebay and facebook auto temp and bring a trailer. Now you mentioned it brings her as well auto tempe searches all of it. You guys typing in search terms over and over is a thing of the past auto tempest dot com is here for you. They've been with US forever. We appreciate them and they found a bunch of other cool content around the youtube space so US auto tempest dot com. When you're searching for your next new car. We are also brought to you by Dylan optics sunglasses. Those awesome sunglasses that I am wearing in every video. Sometimes it's like plastic frames. Sometimes it's more aviator style sometimes like the wraparound always with the matte finish. Lenses that's Dylan. Optic sunglasses guys the our lens technology means that your eyes are protected from harmful. Uv rays their polarized in makes it really really easy to see even after a long day in the sun. They're easy to clean and they last a long time. They're they're pretty tough. Beat might up pretty bad to say I haven't damage them. I have but I treat mind pretty badly and they'd take beating and they're they're really really good glasses so if you go to our website. The TIRE DOT com. You Click on that partners tab and there's still optics if you use that wink we will send you a free t shirt t for every frame you purchase at the tar dot com onto the partners. Tab Dylan optic sunglasses. Alrighty folks on this episode of the podcast my friend Michel Mansour is in studio..

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Sci-Fi Talk Byte

05:36 min | 5 months ago

Byte Misha Collins

"I Tony Tomato and today. We're talking about the adventurous eaters club and author. You Might Know Him Michel Collins of supernatural frame. Welcome and the idea. This book is really cool because getting kids and the whole family eat together. That's a worthy project. I I hope. So Yeah It has been for our family. You know. I think everybody has kids and and things that they know how it's GonNa go and definitely true of us. We were guilty of thinking that it was gonna be easy and that we were going to have this really simple process with feeding our kids and we noticed that very early on mealtimes became stress times and we are kids. Weren't eating what we thought they would eat and we were. They weren't eating. What we thought was healthy and then eventually we don't WanNA fight with them. We'd rather just feed them whatever easy to feed them so we starting to feed them a lot of you know playing pasta and and processed snacks crackers and and it was just sort of not at all where we thought we would be With Food and kids and this book for US really is about sort of chronicling the transformation that we stumbled upon really of going from having these picky resistant nears angry parents to having food. The something that Myths our family together and we a lot of fun with and he's you know also as an aside Cole of healthy. We went through a process to get there that was at times a bit of a struggle. And were kind of cookbook. As like all right you know what we we actually and by the way we're not full of ourselves we make lots of mistakes as parents but we feel like we've actually sorta figured out a bunch of things about feeding our kids and and how to make that a happy joyful thing and so we were We sell compelled to share that That wisdom anyone call it Such with the world and hopefully it's translatable or other families excellent now you co wrote this with your wife Vicki show in the book. We're going to get recipes and tips on how you brought the family together kind of thing. So it is a cookbook. And it's got over a hundred recipes of meal base paired with the family kids There's sort of a role for kids in each one of the recipes. There's something for the kids to do all in all the book is is both cookbook and also a field guide to creating a happy healthy Family mealtime dynamic and the and the recipes themselves sort of service conduit for that information fifteen years for supernatural. I mean it's been amazing. It's a show that people would always say it's not GonNa make it and here we are. What's it like working on this last season? And you know it's lassie's I have to say bittersweet we have Yeah you know. We've all been working on this show for it. Most of our adult lives has grown to really be a second family for us. So it's going to be really tough to move on. We Love You know the cast and crew of our show really love working together and we also have a really amazing tiny Amac with our fans. It's a once in a lifetime experience. And we all are are very cognizant of that fact and and were lows to give it up But at the same time we've been working on it for most of our adult lives. It feels like it's time for a change so it's bittersweet you know. I'm I'm somebody that Really relishes adventure and new experiences. I took one of those online personality tests recently. And I graded me. According to various different criteria and one of them was Values new experiences. And I I was like ninety. Eight out of one hundred on valuing new experiences. So there's an. There's an element of excitement about you know doing something new in the future. But there's also a lot of will lot of sadness because we're definitely removing on from something that we know we'll never have again and will be very very special for the rest of our lives. Well the adventurous eaters club Coridon BY YOURSELF. And Your Wife. Vicki Collins and I will say and stress a hundred percent of the author profits from all the sales donated to nonprofits. I KNOW WITH RANDOM. Max and guess you done a lot of charity work throughout the years and and here here. That's a great way of of giving back with this book. I Really WanNa thank you for your time. I've admired your work for many years and a little sad. That supernatural is ending but It's been a great ride. And I remember watching the first episode with the boys in the car and I had no idea how things turn out the way they did a lot of. Wow Wow well. Thank you very much for your time. It's been great. Thank you all right. Bye-bye and thank you all for listening. Take care the idea. This book is really cool because getting kids and the whole family to eat together. That's a worthy project.

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20 killed in violent clashes in India's capital

BBC World Service

03:50 min | 8 months ago

20 killed in violent clashes in India's capital

"Even though let's go to Indiana hospital authorities in Delhi have confirmed that twenty people have now been killed in the deadliest violence in the Indian capital for decades the clashes first broke out on Sunday between protest is in favor of a controversial new Indian citizenship law and those against it the violence has taken on religious overtones with Hindu and Muslim groups fighting each other the clashes have come during U. S. president Donald trump's first official visit to the country T. stat at satellites is from the citizens for justice and peace that's a human rights organization thank you for joining us here on Newsday what can you tell us about the violence that that that's going on there at the moment even as we speak he and the technician that he is not under control is beneficial it up to the night it should be used with a deadly police to check through to do its job what you're seeing in the daily in the national capital is a complete abdication of responsibility by the Delhi police it began as an insight for heat speech even more attacking peaceful protesters from the night of Sunday evening we have no idea why the whole ministry which is under the multi government which has to be at the police did not take adequate preventive measures did not stop them and got the Michelle from this insightful speech it was this kind of sloganeering BJP artistic forces attacked a dystopia we protested at jobs about it's close to the hotel is is a Hindu nationalist government of what many see a family I would call it talent nationalist and also benefit your words undermining the secular nature of India it senses around the citizenship amendment act it makes the act makes it easier for non Muslims from three neighboring Muslim dominated countries to gain Indian citizenship so it's seen as a move against Muslims you'll saying all all these protesters were doing was exercising their rights to free speech to say they were unhappy about this you're saying the police did nothing to protect them I'm saying that basically since December when he's gone to Washington extremely unconstitutional a man has been made into law and you don't hesitate to say this community that had been peaceful protests all over the country but beginning today you had at least fourteen locations and billion dollar China about that I think the forty protecting speaking of Felix since it is that's what I was going to be let in and one of the leading candidate scrappy Misha Sunderland dispensation leads them all in the debate make sure that these protests about the art out this this is ideological get it a fight that is not it is still going on right now but how I guess the question is with this many deaths happening how can us discuss and move on to a peaceful footing what needs to change that only you can only have a wonderful day if B. L. or minute she accepts responsibility I was in the army and I can get all these guys we had on the call given by may nineteen ninety three not acting fast enough yet our meeting cardinal Dr two thousand two three days too late if you don't understand why the army's not being called in Delhi police has lost six seats among the big three people have died you that actually stating the street leading into shopkeepers basically saying that it does this by the politicians techniques of doing the hosting issue but actually the people that you do not want this kind of politics if you think about politics yeah Michael body back to problems that you have frustrated BJP Addis's government is quite drafted by disputes with look at large you mostly lake amazingly broken the climate of fear that has been threatening to go get his twenty fourteen okay we will have to leave the system but do you think that you know we're going to have to leave the thank you for your time to stir a set of lads from citizens for justice

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Need To Find Me? Ask My Ham Man.

Modern Love

04:43 min | 10 months ago

Need To Find Me? Ask My Ham Man.

"WHO's the person you turn to for love advice? Who knows how you're doing notices when something's wrong is it your mom your best friend or how about the man who sells you charcuterie? On Catherine downs essay is called need to find me. Ask My ham. I am man is read by Jenny. Sleet Jenny has a special on. Netflix called stagefright. She's also out with a new book. Called Little Weird's the man who sells Meeham is the first person who would notice if I were dead. Experienced supports this claim when my grandmother died unexpectedly three three years ago. I left Paris for the funeral without warning any of my local shopkeepers. This lead Misha Kutaragi salesman to believe that I myself was dead. Ed Alarmed by my continued absence and aware of my daily dining route. He hurried across the street to my wine guy to see if he had any news of me. I'm the human equivalent of a stray dog who wanders from shop to shop in search of whoever will give me a snack. My one guy hadn't seen me days either are so he called my friend who explained about the family emergency. When I finally returned from Boston there was no need to explain where I had been? The whole neighborhood had been alerted and they turned out with hooks condolences even chocolates. The Ham shop is barely larger than a coffin and stacked Florida Florida ceiling with pig. Parts I come for the snowballs baseball's of sausage stuffed with black truffles and coated in Parmesan cheese. I Day for the company. The Ham man is the biggest ham of all. He knows about every day I have. He even gave my phone number to a stranger where he thought I would like. I didn't. Ours is not exactly the normal relationship between a shopkeeper and patron but then again not one of of my food based friendships is what you'd call normal I snapchat with my cheese. Monger my Barista. Lets me sneak in last night's open bottle of champagne campaign to wash down my morning. DONUT my chocolate tears. Daughter studying in New York has my sister's number in case of emergencies I have have cried into my wind guys sweater more times than I can count most recently when he moved away and I felt as if someone had cut off my limb. Where would I drink and we now at home like a normal person? My cousin was shocked last fall when we walked into my other wine shop and my wine cellar patty who is also an astrologer and Tarot reader said that she had been debating whether to call me about something she she had seen in my astrology. Chart your wine cellar. Has Your phone number may cousin asked of course she has my number. I thought how would I be able to confidently make terrible terrible life choices if my wine selling astrologer couldn't reach me. How have I made all of these food friends in Paris I- compulsively seek Out people who are trapped behind counters and forced to listen to my tales of woe. I show up at the same places and over share to people who are paid to be pleasant pleasant to me until they develop a form of Stockholm Syndrome. That makes us friends. It was startling to realize that my ham purveyor is a more consistent didn't presence in my life than any friend family member or romantic interest. Sometimes I think I need to make some lifestyle changes so that the first person who would realize that I was missing or dead is not the man supporting my hand habit other days when we've had a good gossip and stuffed full of Charcuterie and he is giving me a pocket sausage for the road. I think I'm doing it right after all I used to be able to count on my my mother to be the one to track me down in the event of my untimely murder. Lord knows she has imagined plenty of room for me. I can't tell you. The number of times is that public safety officers showed up on my doorstep in college because I hadn't returned her call swiftly enough now she doesn't know how to call my phone number in France she struggles to put on her seatbelt her brain and body and seatbelt. Just don't click in the right way anymore. Two months after Dr moved to France. She learned she had Parkinson's disease a degenerative brain disorder. My parents told us on mother's Day by us. I mean gene. They told my two sisters in person and then as a family called me on skype

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"misha" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

11:09 min | 11 months ago

"misha" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"I'm sure the the manufacturing on demand concept is something that's enticing to a lot of business specially startup business owners because there's limitations imitations on how much capital you have to use up front. How did you figure out the right manufacturing partner to do things with to be totally honest with you? It was pretty much the only one that would do it with us. So we used to produce everything domestically and of course I went to all of our domestic manufacturers. Ask them if they would do this with us. And it was a resounding no really resounding that's a big loss for US manufacturers to. I mean we went to New York. I only went to La and we said would you do it this way that it's gonNA walk etc etc and everybody said absolutely not. What was it? The the cost was too high. They said we'll charge you sample prices for HP so say a shirt cost fifty dollars to manufacture they were going to charge us two hundred dollars and and I said well. That's not the point you know we're still going to be producing the quantity. It's just GonNa be piece by piece by piece. They could not their heads around. I mean it is pretty groundbreaking if you think about how manufacturing is traditionally done and so I then went to China and Spoke to a lot of big manufacturers and they're like you know we're just not cut Out To do this all runs on minimum three hundred units at a time and I said okay understood and it was actually through the FDA through a connection through my mentors at CFDA. She knew of a very small female owned factory in between Hong Kong Shenzhen and She said why. Don't you meet with this lady. And she hap you know. Bonnie my manufacturing partner happen happen to have grown up in New York City. She went to nightingale until she was sixteen and then moved to Hong Kong and So as a result she has a very entrepreneurial mindset. She's quite flexible. She's very very clever and I said listen. Will you try this with me. And she was the only person that said. Yeah let's give it a go. And she didn't make me guarantee a certain you know dollar dollar manufacturing at the end of the year or any of that stuff and it allowed both of us to really grow significantly together and partnership totally would definitely have biggest client now but she would he took okay gamble and and that's how I selected. How basically she was the only one and it went out but it also sounds like again? This kind of plays on the idea of luck you found somebody mm buddy through your hard work. Yeah who ended up introducing you to this person who seems to be a really great fit your business totally totally and I think again to that point of lock is that if if you knock on doors you'll get a break and you'll get an opportunity but it. It does take a lot of tenacity. You also mentioned earlier. Your your pieces are not the going out for Saturday night. It's it's a functional wardrobe. So what was your thinking behind. It was that the the vision that you came in with in the beginning. This was a white space in the market So when I first off the business definitely wasn't when I had a wholesale business. It was very much a fashion brand. It was seasonal it was printed it was colorful. It was all those things and it was actually having in had that business for five plus years that made me so revolted by the idea of a trend by the idea of you know color print any of that stuff. I thought Oh this is just not what we need more of and so it was with that white space in mind of this kind of capsule collection. Less is more How can you get the most out of what you have and I think that I was so overwhelmed? By the idea of product pollution having what industry for seven years has and seeing. What's out there that I thought nobody needs more of that? What we need is more specialized product that takes a lot of time to think about? In conceiving it's even one of our best selling products is called husband shot and it's really taking on life on at this point but it took me a good four months to really conceive of every aspect of that shot from the fit to the stud details everything and that's probably why it's so successful. You're wearing one right now. I'm wearing right now. I have many in every different color. That we you neil posted on instagram so our listeners can see what it looks like. But you know it's it's I think product a special product and you think about like the the products that we use every single day most nice to them pretty special like the things that really on a place in our lives off things that have taken months even years to conceive you know. Think about the technology that we use and things like that. It's not something that someone's conceived Avenue Day by sketching. You know fifty sketches so I just wanted to take a slower approach despite my impatience to really conceiving product and thinking about how would live with you for a long time. What's the hardest lesson you've had to learn along the way other than the fact that you wanna take a slower approach fast? I think that the hardest lesson is understanding that you know we live at a time. You know. Of course being a retailer. We are always as having to think about our customers. Lives kind of stuff. And you know as a boutique brand when you live in a time of like Amazon and Amazon Prime Day and things like that you you know. There's such a commoditisation of product where things aunt important and personally. I think so long and hard before I buy a plastic bottle of water. Or I'm so considered about you know if I order something. Am I even Amazon. Am I really going to use that. Or is it just taking up space in my apartment and I think that I may be you know as Malcolm glad what was would say an early adopter in that sense I do think the world is is kind of slowly moving towards that that by just think that we live in a time where consumers don't think long and hard enough before they actually purchase something And that's my problem with the idea idea false fashion czar and top shop and all of those things because ultimately you have to think about if you're buying something for twenty five dollars. What about the person that's made that product you know take out the cost of the fabric and the shipping and all of those kind of other margins how much is being paid to make that shot top trouser and I think that you know I have a hard data? I struggle with that because I think about it in. I think a lot of other people. Just it's not something that crosses rate offscreen often it's a very good point You mentioned legacy. What do you want your legacy to be I think that ultimately the thing that I love the most about this business is empowering empowering women equipping women with clothes that are going to take them in any direction that they want to go. And that's always what I've wanted myself You I've always wanted the freedom to live life in any way that I choose. I think that that's what I aspire to do is to really Lead lead by example in that sense. So it's about creating clothes that take you know that going on women's Johnny with them and I feel so deeply privileged to be able to do that. So you and your dear a friend. Megan markle the Duchess of Sussex recently teamed up on this brand new line. Now does that come together. He was actually a very organic process. the Duchess became the royal patron of smallpox The charity in London. That was the beneficiary of The collaboration and She said to me you know. I've been spending any time with these ladies. And it's a really extraordinarily 'cause I have been looking at the wardrobes that are available to these women you know because a lot of it is donation based ace currently. And you know they might have thirty Lilac Blazers from X. Brand. And they're beautiful. They're really well made. They actually might be very expensive retail. So it's a really in kind contribution and gift but alike blazer isn't really going to take you to your job interview and beyond so she's making up together a capsule collection. And you know I'd love love fee to be a part of it. Will you design the white shot please. And I said absolutely and so then she onboard the other brands as well and that that was what created the small set that how did you guys work together as friends yes it was very collaborative. I would say that you know she. The Duchess is incredible She's an amazing walk. Ethic always always has done but what was most incredible was that she at least in my experience because I don't know about the other brands but possibly she Really entrusted me with the responsibility quantity of designing the peace. And said you know that's what you do and You know when I showed her what I was thinking. You know we had a little bit of a conversation about what other of items that might be worn with the fact that it should be tailored where this woman was going and When I showed her the idea that I had she was like sounds great? So it was you know wasn't it was collaborative and you went back and forth about over text about. Oh when we saw each other we talk about it but She definitely not the design process to me. And there's also that giving angle so for every piece that's it's purchased. One item is donated his smart word. Yes tell me more about smart works so smart walks in the. UK is a similar concept to dress the success in the US which you might not know so The idea and and I had actually been to visit smallpox before officially got involved with the organization and And it's quite incredible. I'd never met one of the clients before but at the launch was able to meet them and they're very careful about these women are extremely vulnerable all positions in that life when they come to the organization to be dressed and coached through. You know a job interview excetera what I finally got to meet them. The ladies were so grateful will not only for the clothes but for the process that goes through and The charity takes ladies who have been unemployed for a prolonged period of of time For whatever reason that might be and helps them and coach some get back into the workforce and you know really equips them with the tools. They need whether that's coaching through job. Interview the Woodrow to get the job and then afterwards mentorship circles they have a network of women that also working they can connect with. Do you think you in the duchess might do more together I really couldn't say but it was such a joy walking with us so I would be very very happy to. What's the worst advice you've received along the way? I think that it would be when I I was raising my seed round and I've only ever raised a seed round and this is about two years ago It was only advise actually that I received from men and they said always to raise more money than Then what I needed and I always kind of scratched my head of that because I I'm very responsible fiscally and Really understand that money comes with strings attached to it it and setting expectations etcetera etcetera. And and I think that idea of scarcity is just not how I've ever approached life and I thought you know I need X.. Amount right now. Why am I gonNA Oxfam will So I'm I I actually didn't take that advice and I'm really happy that I didn't because I think that you see a lot of people who raise raise raise money money and you know they get really Gung Ho about it and then either they end up going out of business or they raise it down round next or any of these things So possibly I okay I just don't really. I don't agree with that approach. Life was it difficult to not take that advice. I would imagine that the people giving it to you had some background some track record that might at least despite the fact that they didn't quite understand what you were after that they might least be taken somewhat seriously Ah Yeah that the certainly the moments but actually to be honest with you money is not that easy to come by. The woman She when you're trying to raise from you know like VC refunds..

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"misha" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

12:31 min | 1 year ago

"misha" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Oh my God. I thought that was gonNA be so funny. I was going to be embraced but you know I had to say in that. I said I yeah this is going to be funny and my mom on help me. She didn't force me to dress like a woman or a girl. So what I'm saying is when I hear that. Does that make you years later. Did you suddenly see why did you did you ever see mom. Why would you do that when I didn't ask for it. I don't know that I've ever confronted her on it and and and it's a funny thing because I you know I think that that we should live in a world where that isn't a painful experience for a kid like. I think that this should be a place where you can dress however however you want you can present however you want you. Can you know have you. You're GonNa love whoever you want. You can be whoever you want and not be ridiculed for it and if somebody does ridicule you faulk down however I agree with you by the way that wasn't the case and it was difficult and and I think that there were are there were moments win sort of her philosophical framework was preempting might eight developmental needs. I guess I have had conversations with her about that. You know another one. That was really challenging for me. Was She really wanted me and my younger brother to be politically aware and connected to the importance of justice and and piece I guess button one of the casualties of that was that she was talking about nuclear war all the time and like taking us to nuclear Holocaust films at a young age and I had terrible nightmares about that for the longest time so as I'm starting to parent. I'm trying to strike a balance where trying to make my kids aware wear politically but not traumatize them. We have a big homeless population a few blocks from our house and I always try to make the kids walk with me. You you know on the sidewalk where everybody has camped out so that they develop the sense that these are just people and actually they're often very friendly people who they can and feel like are part of their community and not an alien other but at the same time. I also really being careful not to show them movies where everyone is burned into fiery ash for where were you the do tell them like. Hey Daddy was homeless. Yeah although I don't know if that's really settled in with them yet. That's got to be kind of like how old are they are six and eight so it's hard to sort of comprehend right 'cause obviously you live such a you know the lifestyle that so different from that now. That's it's just crazy. It's crazy here. You know the story in it it is I agree with you one hundred percent. I know how I don't know how anyone I can't agree with you. When was it were you finally were able to move into an apartment move into a house. Things started to get better. You saw a light at the end of the tunnel. When was it that you you said okay. Hey this is because it seems like even incrementally like every year so far down in terms of homelessness and all these things and you know your dad and the relationship with them and all of a sudden now you're you can only look at this point right. I guess I guess I was never I was never really thinking of our situation as terribly dire and I think that maybe that was because I was growing up in relatively poor town where there are a lot of other the kids who were in struggling situations I I was. I do remember being a little bit embarrassed about having other kids. Come over to our windowless office or you know. I never brought home to the tent. I think that my not feeling like I fit in made me work extra hard so that I could you know impress my teachers features or find some sort of a touchstone where I was like while I'm good at this so you can't criticize me for this and so you know I did well in school so from young age and went to high school and went to a good college and I kind of carved out a little avenue for myself to be successful at. I guess so that I could feel good about myself. I also worked hard and maybe that was. I think looking back I think that was some sort of compensation to yeah and you say you say your mom was was loving was she. Always wanted to say I love. You and you're going to be something big and I support you in over you do. There was always that feeling of I'm good enough. I'm smart enough if I could do whatever I wanna do and and you think that also helps you really get through it because she was not having your father's present. It's really up to your mother and if she wasn't wasn't there who knows where you'd be right now. Yeah no my mom I mean that was like a real gift that my mother gave me she really she believed in me. she never really really question what I was doing. She was always supportive. You know like if you go into the field of acting. It could be really challenging if you're coming from a family. That thinks that you're making foolish decision when you when you decided to become an entertainer did did you. Did you have support not really. I think my mother was pretty eccentric and she was just kind of like yeah whatever I did theater but like she didn't really care my father it was definitely like he you know he worked in the Pharma companies. Very bright like fourteen twenty in his. Sat's sixteen hundred was the highest and I wasn't. I wasn't anything like him. Which I felt like you know I could not get his approval because it was so different so yeah I remember being a Denny's after a plane. I'm like I'm going to be an actor and he's like your steak and that was that was sort of it and he just never and it wasn't until you know. It just took a long time before he ever sort of. I think it was like it was actually smallville that he'd probably said. I don't think he ever said Hey. You're really good. I never heard that but I think it was like hey I need some pictures to give to my employees and I felt like Oh wow oh he wants. Some pictures of me that to me was the most I was GONNA get. It wasn't like you're still so goddamn good. You're the best legs ever. I never that that Shit but you know yeah so yeah. I didn't get that at that sort of approval. I I always think I always talk about this ad nauseam the approach for children especially in their developmental stages and your your Preussen the pudding I mean you know for some kid who was living in a tent homeless to make it to where you have. It says has a lot about your mom. It says a lot about the love and support you got you know the shows and your strength not. I'm not going to give her the all of it but like you know you had this inner strength that you said. Hey I'm gonna I'M GONNA fight. This and I'm GONNA. I'm GonNa be the best that I can yeah. I I think it was definitely both but I think that it's really important important for a parent to just sort of shower their children unconditional love and support and say to leave you know I trust you to to make the right choices and I mean that's not you can paint with too broad a brush on that because at some point sort of carefully direct your children but but that support was really really helpful. It's outs it would be disliked swimming upstream if you're fighting against parents who don't want you to you know pursue that kind of thing right and many people go through that ministers dumb question. I always ask this question. This is not the first masking but you get excited. You get depression. Do you get like I can't do this. I have fear in the way or do you are you. Someone who because I know you like do crazy meditation. You go on retreats every year. Do you still do the retreats ten days a ear for yourself. since my children were born. I have not been doing a attend a retreat every year but I just got back from one last week and it it was great. I missed this so much so what happened last retreats I mean in a nutshell. I it's always something different but you spend ten ten days in silence. You spend well hang on. You can't just do that because you're talking to someone who can't be silent for ten seconds well. I think anyone I think anyone can actually do it. I think that the silence is the easy part. It's the sitting on a cushion in meditating thirteen hours a day that is crazy making and you go through through a lot you really you go on a on a psychic and spiritual journey. That's very challenging at times but I- invariably when come out the other side just feeling like I've had major epiphanies and feeling much more grounded rounded happy and present so I think it's a really useful tool for me. I don't know where I'd be without it. Helps frankly mitigate hit a gay depression and anxiety quite a bit I I haven't suffer terribly in my life from anxiety Zayed's. I'll have moments of anxiety or you know sometimes at night when something's really bothering me can sort of Lube on something ruminate innate too much while I'm lying in bed by anxiety is not crippling for me at all and I go through this thing that I call molting Ting once every few years which is frankly I think any mental health professional would call it depression but I just you know go through a period of feeling quite depressed and it's often not connected with any story. It's not like just situational while I would I'd say or it's just internal like maybe it's some sort of a cyclical chemical process because it is cyclical and because it's it usually lasts like two or three weeks for me. I am called it molting like shedding something because it feels like I just kind of want to curl up in bed and not talk to anybody not doing anything for a couple of weeks but when I say it's not connected to a story it's not like well. This thing happened in my life. That precipitated aided this feeling or if I'd gotten that Gig things will be great but I didn't so now. I'm morose instead. It's just I just feel. Oh shitty so you welcome it. As this is part of your physiological biological I try to when it comes. I try not to fight it. I try to just let it it'd be but it's a challenging phased and in its I in some ways grateful that I've had these periods because it allows me to have a little but of empathy for people who struggle with depression chronically because when I'm in that state I feel like I am dysfunctional like like. I really couldn't do anything if I wanted to and I can't imagine that being a product state I imagine just now like your wife walking in just now gone with the fuck you talking about talking about this year embarrassing the why are you getting so deep. They'll do want to know about episode three hundred Gordon Forty doing dude. Hey Hey by the way I look. I really appreciate talking about this. I duNNo. It just means by the way have you ever. I just watched this document. Have you ever tried Iowa or LSD anything when I it's been a very long time since I did hallucinogenics. Iowa you know when I was in high school. I I had you know a a phase of experimentation and I did some I did acid. I don't know when it was longtime. I'm ago. I know a lot of people who've done I A- WASCO and not really ever fully come back so that Rayleigh Yeah so it's dangerous address. If you're if you go D- so to speak. I don't know that it's not thing it's just people sort of they. Come back from a you know a ten day trip in Peru and there's never room and I. I don't know so anyway that one that one scares me I don't. I'm not eager to do I wa I was watching a documentary last night called becoming cary grant Carey grant whose you know one when a great actors and and movie stars of our time or of all time of another time of all time actually but he talked about how he sort of like doc I guess childhood trauma and this and that.

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"misha" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

13:06 min | 1 year ago

"misha" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"My engineer slash producer rob say hi hello. He's never seen supernatural. If I crane my head off to my left to yeah that wouldn't help at all. It's still can't see you. It's not like window. Let's let's not get too comfortable looking at rob though I just wanted you to see. Liam wife bought supernatural while it is. Would you say it's mostly women who watched the show the percentage no. I don't think so I think I think it's mostly women who are super fans of the show but it's a pretty good demographic mix of people who watch the show so that that's actually gathered. It's there to really separate demographics people who just watch the show in the people who love the show for some reason it is. It's a show that appeals to really enthusiastic female fans but we get tons of guys who are Elijah our entire barracks in the Marines means. watch a supernatural every week so it's not it's not a one gender shell by women who are unsatisfied bad in the bedroom often watch our show unsatisfied in the bedroom. That's why she's she stopped watching oil very good rob. Good one liner. Michelle like look obviously meet. I said Michel like look you notice. Did you hear that it wasn't great English. I still haven't woken up yeah well. I have a Michel like look so maybe like look you do have a mutual. I don't WanNa talk obviously all about because that's not what the show the show's not like you. You know we're GonNa do a supernatural week. which would be great because you know you're all loved but you know? I find your story fascinating by the way where do we meet then we meet playing music together or your play music and I onstage wasn't one of those events where was it was on stage briefly about your friends with Rob Benedict right. Yes Rob Benedict Jensen Jared. I mean I was Jensen was obviously on Smallville years ago and that's how we became friends. I think it was a night that you were there. When rob was robin his were up on stage and I popped up on stage replay replay it. We had a a brief but very exhilarating encounter right it was I liked you know. You're thinking about somebody else. No no no it was you I was was like that. Guy's really cool. He's really handsome and by the way I hear from so many people how great you are to work with and not only that but you're like incredibly philanthropic along with. I've been a good actor and all this other crap but I mean that's what I notice. Mostly is like I'm like wow. He does so much for the world so much people I am. I right there yeah yeah. That's me I'm blushing right now so I feel uncomfortable so thank you for that. I guess that one of the good thing I think that I always wanted to when I grew up be a net positive on the world and I thought for a long time that I was going to go into politics. You worked in the the Clinton administration or not Clinton administration yeah I was. I was intern for Bill Clinton and I don't know that that I did much work but I was there. Dr you were there and but but I in fact actually that experience kind of disillusioned me with politics. I sorry I thought Oh maybe this isn't the right path for me to take what was it. What was it about that. there were a couple of factors that went into it. You know I was in the of White House and I guess I imagined that being in the White House you're going to be in this space where the best and the brightest minds in America and frankly the world for all one roof. I mean now how we can very clearly laugh at that concept but take at the time there were probably a lot of people oh who thought that and then when I got there I discovered Oh. It's actually kind of a lot of them. Made sense a lot of use sayers a lot of people who are just going to tow the line in lung whatever the president wanted the president God and it was a team was there to support him but what that meant was a lot of people who had volunteered on the campaign countless hours they got positions in the White House or people whose parents donated a lot of money to the campaign. They got positions in the White House the I'm not talking about like cabinet level positions but there are you know thousands of people that were below that that are presidential appointees and and it was just like kind of a lot of nepotism and the not the brightest people in the world and not the most engage in place and I was like I don't want to deal with this but you could have made a difference. You're seeing it from the inside or maybe that's what you thought you thought. I actually can't make a difference. It's almost impossible to make a difference in here. Well I guess I thought at the time hi my thought well you know what I'll start working for. Politicians and I'll find a way to work my way up and learn the ropes and then I decided I would my mom him by plan. B was maybe I'll just get famous enough that I can make a difference that way I get myself five years and five years later I could barely get a guest spot on charmed but you got it. I got it and then I sort of gave up on politics and then ironically trump came along and it just re rekindled something in me and I felt like our maybe I will. You know die dive back into that world in a big way I don't I don't I don't know that I have a run for office but I want to be much more politically active Johnson Johnson and jared you the three of you really supported that. Oh you're not a trump supporter. That's not what you meant. I Love Yeah. We don't get political here but I'm very interested very interested in in in in how that all happened so you don't you sort of are inspired now to actually actually make a difference. You're going back on what you had thought years ago. You know what I'm GonNa do whatever I can now with whatever little power I have whatever power and trying to make a difference now you you grew up poor. That's true yeah because I you know I always when I read about that like poor as in homeless at times a yeah a homeless at times and on welfare at times on food stamps for a long time and raised by a single mom for the most part I visited my dad he was he was a satellite in in our childhood meaning he just he wasn't around. He just couldn't buzzed came in in and out. We saw him like you know a weekend two weekends a month kind of thing but it but he wasn't really a presence in our in my upbringing being but my my childhood was it was interesting because on the one hand it was full of adventure and you know. Living Ping intense and learning that you don't need money to feel happy or loved by at the same time there was a lot of struggle and a lot of difficulty because of that and a lot of not fitting in and a lot of I guess embarrassment about being really poor. How old are you at this point while my parents split up when I was three and we were living in pretty impoverished circumstances says starting when I was five I would say yet and we moved schools more often than once a year which actually made it really hard because I never ever had a peer group and I was always the new kid on the weird kid so I learned some coping skills but it was also challenging. I probably have some emotional scar tissue from the experience well. I want to get into the scar tissue but when you say homeless I mean you know I'm thinking you know living under a bridge and a tent is are you talking shelters. Are you talking a little bit of all of that. No I mean we only went to a shelter when we were living in a tent and a hurricane came we were living in tents here and there and we were living in subsidized housing that was pretty pretty bad in cabin that had an outhouse for a little while and and a windowless office space that didn't have a shower or a kitchen for a while so is like sort of patchwork but you know. I mean as a kid kids are incredibly resilient and can can deal with a lot of things and luckily I had a you know. My mom was incredibly present and incredibly loving. We were super poor but now that I have kids. I see oh wow that must've been harder on me than I thought yeah. I honestly just can't imagine and I keep thinking about this little boy you know living in a tent and I think I mean do you think back like can you remember anything specifically. When you go back and you you know I don't if you've done any psychotherapy but on about the dive into that shit soon but I'm thinking. Do you think of Anything Matt. You'll you thought maybe as a five year old six year old whatever little boy going wow this. I hope it gets better than this. This is like I'm scared. Do you remember feeling scared. You remember feeling who are these people or any encounters with other people who are dangerous interesting anything that you kind of like blocked out that remember now. It's a really interesting question. I'll take a step back and and say that for the longest time all the way probably until my mid to late twenties. I painted my childhood really heroically like all of the things things that I experienced as a kid hitchhiking litter. You know your grandparents. I you know I was a kid. I used to walk you know ten miles through snow to to school and I I used to like walk. When I was seven years old I would walk two miles through the woods on a little little path with my four and a half year old brother until Oh you know by ourselves in the snow and I felt like that built character and you know made me stronger and made me not afraid of the world and my mother had this incredible irreverence she really was always about like bucking convention and not having us not having a cow to cultural norms and I really painted that heroically and then later was like maybe my late late Twenties early thirties I started to reassess it and realize that some of those things were difficult by we would you know at times not have a car and we would hitchhike in there would be men who had tried to you know pay my mother for sex and you remember that yeah and I and I remember like times feeling you you know my mom would buck conventions but for example one of them was she cut should cut my hair to look like a girl. I had short bangs and long flowing hair and she painted my my fingernails and my toes with Nail Polish and sent me off at four years old to cub scouts in a very very rough very working class town where I was really abused by my peers. Why did why did she do that. You know I think that she was like you know. Boys should to be able to dress like girls and I mean now now in this modern moment it's it's so much more culturally acceptable in it so much easier to do something like that but at the time and like I was really eviscerated by my peers and it was really hard and it wasn't it wasn't something that I was choosing for myself. It was something that she was choosing using for me and that was hard and there were these little sort of alienating moments throughout my childhood that that were challenging and at the same time in some way built characters was was a two sided coin. I guess yeah we'll look really I believe it or not. You know the fan base. Are The listeners that listen. This is what you know. It's not that we like. WE WANNA get dirt. It's that's not what it is for me. It's like it's more about your journey mission. It's more about I look at this amazing. Human being who I admire and will blue eyed changed places with I'm working on myself and trying to be a better person and I I look like hey you've always been this strong solid guy. Who's always you know. Oh faced adversity and and you know I feel like knowing this. I want to see the character and how how you survive because like I remember you know my mother certain things like you know she helped me dress up as her idea for me to dress up like pat bene- tar innovate conservative town to get extra credit for a class and I sing shadows of the night but breasts arrest and lipstick and all this stuff on me and I remember an entire classroom to me like you're. You're who the fuck is. This and I remember looking at them in this buzzing feeling over me. Look I guess that was anxiety then and it was like oh my gosh you are failing right now. You are failing I remember leaving the room in full drag Irag thinking..

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"misha" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"misha" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum was not recorded in front of a live studio audience. Are you hearing me now yeah perfectly okay. You actually sound really clear. There's no echo you look good. That's good lighting. I've been working on sounding good eater microphone. Do Vocal warm ups before your skype calls yeah but only for about forty five minutes to get to see you. This is this is pretty exciting. Michel. I I've been wanting to get you you on the podcast for awhile now making the mistake for a while trying to do it in person and our pads weren't crossing frequently enough so so this is a wise choice. This is a wise choice. It's just very difficult for me to get up to Vancouver but more so for you to leave in Coober. It's true because of my my contract at forbids me from leaving. Vancouver that truth was a ten year contract. It's a ten year contract and they have a low jack on me and if across across the border exploded and several my foot. How many interviews do you do you think I think we do a lot fewer interviews in the last five or six years than previously when the show was newer when supernatural was was still something that people were excited about we were doing quite a few interviews but then it was like well the show has been around forever and nothing exchanged and the guys that are on the show quite old now and not interesting. They stopped euro-lire and now that we have it's it's kind of exciting is the end of the show and so everyone is like finally it's over. Let's talk to them about that. So I think that this year is going to be a year of a lot of interviews. Yeah and probably this'll be the last time anyone wants to talk to us so will. I'm sure really soaked up up really your dry sense of humor it. Actually I was thinking. Oh my God. He really believes this for a second really really feels like he's washed up and I like he's crazy..

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"misha" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"misha" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Inside of you is brought to you by my boys over at Fat Scooters Ph. At Fat Scooters Ryan and you envy my fat scooter admitted to get the fattest scoot. It really is dope because it's got the inside you kind of like the deck you put your feet on. It's got like these awesome speakers. You Plug your phone in right there. It's GonNa side you can get. This thing just decked out you've seen them. They're just bad ass. I love cruising around on a scooter and you just feel safe. It's like I'm not lying. When I say every time I drive a fat scooter. People always do what is that. Where'd you get that. It's a really cool thing. If you don't know what scooter is go the fat scooters. Dot Com and purchase one you gotTa talk to drew or you go to fat scooters dot COM join the electric scooter revolution Ph. JT SCOOTERS DOT com. Customize a fat scooter that such a smooth ride. I gotTa tell you that it's really smooth and you feel safe and I love cruise around these things you can go up to fifty miles on a single battery charge Ryan fifty miles. That's from here to Ventura well. Where do you live. I live in culver your city. What's your exact address. It just kidding. Don't say up to twenty miles an hour. They follow all by bicycle ause which means you could write him anywhere. You can ride a bike bike. Lanes residential streets sidewalks fat scooters guys do this go after it. check them out. Fat Scooters Dot Com build your custom fats today. You're listening to inside youth micrometres supernatural week. I just WanNa throw throw things at you in love with Michael Mom Kris Sullivan is also nineteen subscribe writer of you you Chris Ullivan and I really appreciate you October eighteenth. I'll be signing with Tom. Welling in Columbus Madison Wisconsin the Twenty Fifth November eighth in Austin Germany my band left and Laurel will be playing our albums out man. You can pre-order it right now. I tunes go to the store and `priority album. If not on the fourth which is this Friday coming out on all platforms and Merch you can find it on inside you store and all that we're really excited at the end of this episode of and the play a song yesterday we I played a song after the Mark Sheppard One but today we're gonNA play one after this lovely gas. We're GONNA play the second track on the left on Laurel debut album saved by the ground right now Michelle Collins boys handsome. He is just a handsome son of a B. East forty-five to I look at why can I look like that at forty seven. I guess because I'm forty eighty seven but we really get into it. He's very open I mean he always seems like a shy person. He is shy but he's he's really sweet and funny. He's been on everything I mean. The guy was on charmed armed. NYPD blue he's been CSI crime scene investigation what else I mean e is in a lot of these procedural and then landed supernatural for natural and I think that really changed his life and he loves you fans so listen to him talk about that. Let's get inside me Collins.

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About that Jennifer Lawrence bridal registry on Amazon

Ringer Dish

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

About that Jennifer Lawrence bridal registry on Amazon

"The wedding tip. Jennifer Lawrence she may or may not be married more that in a second but she definitely has an Amazon wedding registry which was like four public consumption yeah. What sue have you had any experience with the Amazon Wedding Registry Bursts Liberty. Yeah I celebrity no not for wedding registry. Khloe Kardashian famously had her Amazon Baby Registry or in they sponsored her baby shower in unlike a really garish way that money

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"misha" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"misha" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Intelligence that biology women biology experimented in intelligence not only in rep reduction in intelligence and you have the ability to create psychosomatic health you have the ability when you wake up your higher brain function to understand the continuity of life and then you've got a position yourself to how how do i make the best investment if life does continue what do i do and that's where your tension begins to gravitate now towards personal growth and towards the great awakening the the awakening the understanding that we're gonna continue but religion tells you that's a given that you have any ternal soul and the shell misha's laugh at that they say are religious says that to you so you can keep building that pyramid but the shaman say no you have the possibility of eternity but you have to earn it you earned by becoming a personal power and a person of wisdom in this life talk about a good investment man that keeps paying off way into the future but you only understand that when you wake up your higher court ecole capabilities higher brain capabilities then you c then it becomes totally clear if you don't then this is just a theory but this is an experiment this verifiable once you detox shoe brain once you feed it the neuro nutrients like the ha and the end the neuro nutrients that are going to repair the regents in the.

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"misha" Discussed on Vector Podcast

Vector Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"misha" Discussed on Vector Podcast

"Kathryn stripper who discovered december that are i find it slow down because need a new battery she unknowingly walk into the middle of a growing apple controversy and is now mired in continuing fallout so this article goes through and talks about misha's experience at the apple store but it's really the end part that i wanted to address now it says in the beginning she found that our iphone is slow but it says the problem in the articles has a problem she's actually having is short battery life which is very different if we go back apple enabled the advance power management feature because people were getting reduced battery times and more importantly they were getting shutdowns it'd be powers bikes and the phones was shut down so apple decelerated than they throttled the performance but to prevent those powers bikes and prevent those shutdowns but of phones do you know every time you charger for nichols who charge cycle and over time the battery capacity becomes less so she is using an iphone six plus that she got in two thousand fourteen which is three and a half years ago which means it's gone through play either she didn't charge it every day and most people do charge their phones every day it is going through a ton of charge cycles so it though phones battery life has gotten worse and worse and this is how chen ends it with a quote from her saying i was tempted to just chuck this phone and suck it up and it's been a thousand dollars plus and get an iphone tantri said and then she said no darn it i have a budget i'm saving up mucking let apple push me around now one of the issues is that she went into get the free the it's run at the free the discounted heavily discounted battery replacement and there's it's waitlisted they just don't have enough batteries and that's one of the things that happened apple originally was gonna weights in stock up on a lot of batteries and then start doing their applies from program but there was just so much demand for that apple decided the put out a statement say we're going to start now and supplies may be limited and.

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