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"miss magazines" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"I don't know why you why you want to play guess what race it is today right now well that's everybody in New Orleans again one of my favorite places to eat all of our favorite restaurants tomorrow we eat at chick in his room all the places we love to go neos okay guys right well thank you for that donkey of the day they would have been if we wait on breakfast I am because I thought I would take him back okay well I don't know what happened not sure if that will happen one time right now I'm not mention names okay somebody bought a breakfast this morning correct right so we order from someplace back threatening cutting into so god damn long I sell me that you said don't you today yes indeed when we come back as a women's history month if we reppin today at today we are doing Gloria Steinem you guys know Gloria Steinem is to the lawyer as he's a feminist so when I learned a lot about her actually went to go see a play based on her life and yes Gloria Steinem all right we'll do that when we come back at the breakfast club good morning I hate women playing cards at the moment is still No shoes no hands with and it is not easy to you morning everybody's DJ envy Angela yee Charlamagne the god we are the breakfast club now is women's history month and we reckon today easy we are representing for Gloria Steinem she's a feminist a journalist a political activist she was a columnist for New York magazine and co founder of miss magazine MS magazine and she was she helped actually start the feminist movement back in the late sixties early seventies and she was one person that always talked about how black women are at the center of feminism all right let's get into it women's history month and we're celebrating the most influential women in history check out this phenomenal look how much how is the definition of feminism I changed as far as you see it from from the late sixties early seventies tonight I don't think it's really changed because it's just the radical idea that women are full human beings I think you were much more likely to realize how deep it goes now to realize to be really political firmament that controlling reproduction is the first step and every hierarchy and every totalitarian regime and everything and that means controlling women's bodies so you know I mean that was true of the national socialist as they were called in Germany it's true of groups here and I don't think we put that together I mean we thought that women's issues are women's issues we didn't understand the connections to everything else but how are men most helpful as allies in time like this well I think it's even more helpful to realize man stink and that's you know because actually if you look at the cause of male deaths a speeding and violence and you know when you add them all up the women's movement and the dissolution of gender roles means that you would have about five more years of life to live this is not bad yeah or else can make that offer.

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"miss magazines" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

12:36 min | 1 year ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"It and how do you move between those spaces. When you're when you're moving into that space that's just in the half age bracket above you in the half age bracket below you as an observer. How do you begin to run in those circles and and get into them in the first place to to begin to right right well it just you just go where your interests carries you and where there are people you trust and mean to this day. A most of the women say who I worked with at MS magazine were younger than I and you know now. We're old editors. We have have dinner once a month but they're still younger than I am so you just you know age is kind of an accident so you just go where your interest sir now at this point in your life when you're in all of these arenas how how often are people asking you. Why aren't you married. Do you WanNa get married thought thought to myself and may have said I'm going to do that. I'm definitely doing that just not right now so it isn't as if you say this is my future. It's your it goes in increments and then and then thanks to the women's. I discovered this revolutionary thing then not. Everybody has to live the same way. Oh that's great numbers she right. I remember seeing you say in an interview that you know. I think it's great. I just keep pushing it off two more years girl same too yeah me too. I and I started to joke with people when they would ask me. I'd go why don't you ask all the men when they're going to grow up and where the partner is because when they are like Holler at your girl the best answer which I heard a stand up comic give and I wish I knew who it was so I could attribute but I is I can't made in captivity which then became the title of the Ester Parral Book which is interesting she wrote. She wrote that book meeting in captivity. Which I think is incredible? you you say are you you have said and I would imagine continued to say that you really identified with Audrey Hepburn character in breakfast at Tiffany's with holly golightly the and and that like her. You really didn't want to be put in a cage and also if you remember even in the movie I mean the the Truman Capote's stories aureus is goes much deeper but even in the movie you see that she came from a kind of poor white trash family and she marries a much the older man in order to have her brother who has kind of learning disabilities taken care of and everyday she reads magazines and everyday she walks on the dirt road a little further and one day she doesn't go home and you know that was her background and then she came to New York and kind have created herself later on also I read I mean I think there was a whole book about breakfast at Tiffany's as a film and it turns that we were not totally crazy to loveth because it was the first film ever in which a woman was allowed to be sexual unmarried and not come to a bad end. Wow it was absolutely the first which I didn't realize until I wrote about it and it's interesting to think about the films made prior to it because whether or not they said overtly if a woman has agency over her body is sexual you know for herself off shall die or this is bad or it was the Hays Office code I think but he would just true of women's magazines they couldn't run a stories in which woman had sex before marriage and didn't come to a bad end or didn't have I mean there was a formula which really marks how revolutionary your apiece on birth control was because for for it to be as you said you know unsexy to really talk to women about the science of of their bodies and their experience with their sexuality and how to take control of that you know I think we now take that for granted. Yes we should. I hope so but when you're saying that also what I'm thinking is okay we're here on Manhattan Island before the Europeans showed it up the cultures that were here as far as we know and many are still here. were circular not out hierarchical where Egalitarian women totally understood how to use herbs abortifacents timing. Have children not have children. They were no not patriarchal or at least a lot of them. Were not patriarchal cultures and all my friends women friends in Indian country make jokes about what did Columbus call primitive evil women actually I sent away for his letters Columbus letters and he's writing with with astonishment about why it is that the local women object to being taken as sex slaves for his crew so he can understand that it seems Mr so it's important to remember that we've been denied the history of the land were on yeah we mostly study it from Columbus forward. That's changing a little bit but we've been denied the history of how we evolved to your point in a circular Egalitarian Alexandrian society pre- ownership agricultural slavery Patriarchy where women and you know when when you hear about the cultures with elders and the grandmothers and the women they go to for the medicine you you know you look at indigenous culture in the Amazon and the way that they have ultimate reverence for mother earth and her systems we haven't always been raised no no and and I think although any historian probably would have a fit at my. I sang that that say it anyway. It feels as if for a series of reasons patriarchy developed in Europe and since that meant compelling women to have children they wouldn't otherwise have head Europe got over populated and had to invent racism and colonialism in order to invade other people's countries and bring goods back so I think colonialism and Patriarchy are very connected pats a really interesting theory when we talk about you know Columbus sledders his astonishment that women didn't want to be sex slaves who knew in in the era in which you know you began working as a journalist it would and were now having so many of these conversations and even more forward weighs about what's happening to women in the workplace you you talk about how then there was no word and for sexual harassment. It was just called life if your boss pressed up against you or or as you said you know your boss would give you the the option like do you you. WanNa go to a hotel with me for the afternoon or you. WanNa you know male all my letters as though those two are equally weighted options When did you realize realize that you weren't crazy at the way that you felt and what you were observing from. This page is I was lucky enough. I was freelancing so there was not a job could be fired from so. I was lucky that I didn't have to submit in some way but I thought thought it was just something that you had to do. You had to sort of jolly along your editor without going to bed with them and still getting assignments. You have to figure out you I know how to do that tight rope walk yeah and when other women came to New York we would always share our lists of editors. You could work with and editors you couldn't union there was always an underground those helping each other but the actual term sexual harassment came about in in the early seventies very early seventies when a whole lot of women from Cornell University I think had been at summer our jobs and they were trying to describe what happened to them and summer jobs then we did we miss magazine did a cover story on sexual harassment which the supermarkets took off the stands. It was too controversial. Even though we used puppets on the cover to illustrate sexist you know in order not to be too shocking but anyway anyway they took it off the stands then Catharine MacKinnon are great feminist legal mind wrote Sexual Harassment Into Sex Discrimination Govt Law then there were three cases brought because of sexual harassment all black women I mean that's you know it not only black women have always been a disproportionate part of the leadership and the numbers of the women's of certainly clear there yeah we you should always be fine black women and so so that you know that was kind of progression and with Anita Hill's testimony at entered into the public dialogue. Even though of course she was wrongly disbelieved though there were two other women he had sexually harassed waiting to be to testify and they wouldn't call them so that you can see the progression and now of course we have off time's up and me too and you know it's it's it's global yes but interesting to your point you know the leadership of black doc women has always been at the forefront yes. I I say in the in the very first year of Life Miss Magazine we did a a public republished a public opinion poll by Louis Harris that I later learned a woman and his firm had done he but anyway and it turned out that they were asking about the women's movement or feminism and issues and something like sixty percent of black women supported it and only thirty seven percent of women and that was in seventy two so it's we should not be surprised at the results of the last presidential election but unfortunately what's happened is that the women's movement has been regarded as white to some extent and the the civil rights movement as black men to some and black women have not in either case been seen as the leaders that they always have been so. There's you know we're trying. I'm working with two friends on a book and lots of people are trying to say wait. Wait a minute. Let's tell the story of who really just personally I learned feminism more from black women than from White Women Flo Kennedy with my speaking partner. She was a decade older than me funny and smart and a lawyer and outrageous and how did you meet Gosh. I don't remember exactly. Is She. Lovely when you have someone in your life and you feel like they've always been there yeah I. I'm sure meetings or movement things or something she she's been part of now and then she gave up on now and she also gave up on the law does she was well trained lawyer. Civil rights lawyer showy you always said the law is a one acid time proposition and what you do is have to stop the ringer so she became an activist and we travelled and spoke together for a long time and how do you think you to influence each other. I think she influenced me more than I influenced her. Although oh you know probably both of us together could go places that neither one of US could could go separately but I'm so grateful to her and I and I there is a woman from the University of Maryland. Who's written a play about her which is going to be a help? Performed was performed once in New York as well and I hope with comes comes back and plays for it's a wonderful play. Can you talk to me about your friendship with Dorothy as well..

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"miss magazines" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on KQED Radio

"When we're hearing a lot about the exodus of refugees from different parts of the world. What are the similarities between what you've written about? And what we're hearing and seeing today. The similarities the parallels and the lessons to learn are huge. I mean, and that's the point of telling these stories and learning from history. I mean, first of all one of the things that gets set about refugees of any time is that they are pouring into our borders that it's it's just, you know. They've decided on a lark to come here like the thousands of refugees who walked thousand miles. But in fact, the refugees out of Shanghai. They spent years debating, should I leave should I stay? Would it be a how would we live? But how can we stay? What if we die leaving? What if we die staying? I mean, this was a daily debate in Shanghai for so many families every day. And I think that's what these refugees and migrants today every one of them before they decide to get on a rubber raft to leave Africa or to March thousand miles. That's what they decide. What happens after they arrive in their new country because you make the point that the refugees are often the kinds of people you want in country. Oh, absolutely. And that's one of the big lies. That's being said about these migrants and refugees that are trying to get in here. These are people who are risk. Taking everything for the possibility of living free or that their children can live free and survive childhood. And so these are the kind of people who were many were pillars of their communities. And that's why they are most at risk staying where they are. And so these are the kind of people who will be the most contributing to our society, and we should welcome them. You also a longtime activist on women's issues, the executive the former executive editor of miss magazine, which was founded by Gloria Steinem. So I wanted to ask you about the metoo movement. There's men quite a bit of backlash some men now saying they're afraid to mentor women or they're afraid to be in a business meeting along with them. What do you make of all that right now, we're in a society where people are being told to be afraid of everything to be afraid of of men women immigrants. Our neighbors. Anybody who's different we should be afraid? When in fact, we should be trying to value each other. We should be talking about decency, we should move the dial to say, what can we value in each other? That's that. Makes us all grow together that we can be a one nation like like a movement in in in Oakland's Chinatown is happening right now of immigrants saying we are one nation API, we eight hundred together I enter right. Exactly. And that instead of demonizing each other demonizing, women, demonizing men. Let's see the humanity in each other. And what we can bring together as one nation stronger. Well, hell he a pleasure to have you here. Your new book last boat out of Shanghai comes out January twenty second. Thank you. Thank you tweet. And that will do it for us as always you can find more.

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"miss magazines" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"I think or maybe she she looked me up and said I'd love to work with you guys. It's not with me. But I I'm just along for the ride. I'm in an hour. I'm supposed to show up somewhere to meet with some group, and I'll do that we had lunch yesterday with someone willing, you know, so I came along. And so I very much I I'm under the control of a wholly-owned subsidiary addict place Berg Inc. So there will there will be this is a dumb question because I feel like I know the answer. But there will be podcast that do not include you. Oh, yes. By Michael Lewis writing. I'm Michael Lewis podcast in March. And we have a bunch of other ones in hopper. I have nothing to do. I go to some of the table reads and stuff, but I give advice, but it's just so happens that broken record was one that was into works ready, and that's one that I'm involved with. But this is much much bigger me. So do you do you miss running magazine articles? Let's just wrote one because it hasn't come out yet. I guess I've been I've been working on a book. So I have a book that's coming out. It's pretty much done. So I've been doing a lot of writing do. I miss magazine writing articles in particular a little bit and go back to doing them. I've just been distracted because I've been finishing his book. When I wasn't doing my podcasts. I divided my year and half half book writing half half revisions history. And so I haven't had any time to do anything else. But now the book is finished on nearly finished. I think I probably will go back and write new particles again, what can you tell me about the book is the puck. It's a it's called talking to strangers. And it's a book that is organized around the death of Sandra bland, the woman in Texas who was pulled over in twenty fifteen an ends up dead in her cell, and it's really a kind of book length examination of what went wrong in that case, though. I mean, there's a lot of aggression digression is. Is me talking about seven or eight other cases that I feel are similar not shooting cases. But wildly different cases that all center around this problem of how to talk to a stranger and how we don't know how to do it. So that's the book that just finishing up now. And I would assume there's intersections with blink. Yeah. Oh, really? I mean, I talk about blink briefly. But blink was about. This is about something more specific. Which is I'm interested in the problems caused by unfamiliarity like specifically, what does it mean when I approach you? And I don't know anything about you, and that I encounter will we try and figure out things. So the idea of the book is that there are incredible number of. Problems problematic cases moments situations in society are about that specific thing unfamiliarity problems. And that we're not well equipped into deal with these unfamiliarity problems. I won't go to deep onyx. We wanna save up oppress when it comes out we can talk about it. I did want to talk about some visions history episodes from particularly from the last season. I mean, I feel like I've listened to the whole thing. I feel like to me it really hit a different stride in this third season. That's felt a little different to me. I'm not sure I could articulate exactly, but I want to talk about this para practice one maybe even as example of sort of how you put one of these episodes together because I think a lot of people were obsessed with that upload. And so first of all where does it start? I hesitate to give away what happens in its why don't we say people should go. Listen to this. It's like I think it's ten yet. It'd be the last episode of the third season called Elvis Adele per. Actes actual guys that yet is season three. Yeah. So people will listen to it. So then we don't have to worry about spoiling it. But how did you did you approach it from the phenomenon I or from knowing about this Elvis? No. So here's how it happened for by book. I was reading a book by about the Stanley milgram experiments written by a woman named I think name is an Perry. Really good book fascinating book..

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"miss magazines" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"All the same era dickens. She's a British author. Oh, I want and I even gave that book two hundred and fifty pages. I didn't finish it. No, all right and good. I don't have to do it. No, nothing happened. It just I felt like I was just reading mud. Oh my gosh. That's so funny. I felt that way about Middlesex. Oh. All those years ago. Say something happen. Yeah. You know? It's it's it's it's set in Victorian London this Essex village in the eighteen nineties, and it's lot of debates on the scientific and medical discovery which defined the era of that time period. My eyes are crossing. The water and thinking should I on stairs and get another two hundred fifty pages? I gave it to. I'm not even reading it. No. This is not. I know people say was Greece. It was not my Cup of tea at at all that book. And then and then my last book, which you have to tune in tomorrow, very excited Virgil wander leafing anger, and he will run my favorite books from like ten years ago. Peace river and also so young so something in so handsome. I only a third book. What is it called again? Laurie. Virgil virgile wander his latest bark, and he's up in Duluth Osama that I has done. It's interesting. You know, it's just it's a it's an interesting like I feel like the town is grand Marais, but it's Paul. It's got an interesting. Slow like the characters move. It's in the slow pace. Well, yeah starts off with his car goes off. I we sixty one in. Luckily for him a guys looking for old bobbers and fish nets on the north shore. But sees his Pontiac go sailing off and he's got a traumatic brain injuries. Anyway, I really enjoyed that book. And just it was a great character study has soda just kind of. Yeah. I can see where he's going to get like all kinds of you know. Claim for that the books. But yeah, Ed, an orgasm of books is there a basically physically day, except for the Essex serpent, which I gave a lot of time. And I read vanity fair's cover to cover. So there's some good who did we bore? You are I mean. Well, a Vanity Fair to give it Justice. It's too. It's a two hour re. It is a to our. Yeah. Where did you find some good stuff because I don't think I've read Vanity Fair? I decided okay. Here's something that I realize I miss magazine. Yeah. I bring him on vacation. I've read a couple bizarre. Sign up this year to get him again. I mean, I miss looking at the pictures. Yeah. Eating the article, I miss magazine, and they don't want them to go away. Yeah. Oprah, but I want more magazine, which by the way, we're in. I'm in this month lease anyway. Okay. So those are the book reviews this when we come back. There's so much. To you. I lead Donnie do something in. I know he said this worrying oh God. She's back. I made him listen to a Michael stray and interview with one. Mariah Carey double dude. Mytalk one.

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"miss magazines" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The same era. A British author. Oh, my I want, and I even gave that book two hundred fifty pages. I didn't finish it. No. All right and good. I don't have to do it. No, nothing happened. It just I felt like I was just reading mud. Oh my gosh. That's so funny. I felt that way about Middlesex. Oh, you all those years ago? Something happen. Yeah. You know? It's it's it's it's set in Victorian London this Essex village in the eighteen nineties, and it's lot of debates on the scientific and medical discovery which defined the era of that time period. My eyes are classes. The water and thinking should I don't stairs and get another two hundred fifty pages. I gave it to answer. I'm not even reading it. No not. I know people say was Greece. It is not my Cup of tea at at all that book. And then and then my last book, which you have to tune in tomorrow, very excited Virgil wander Lifan anger, and he were running my favorite books from ten years ago. Peace river and also so young so something in so handsome third book. What is it called again? Laurie Virgil virgile wander his latest park, and he's up in Duluth. I always here's Johnny. Interesting. You know, it's it's a it's an interesting like I feel like the town is grand Marais. But it's Paul, and it's got an interesting. Slow like the characters move. It's in the slow pace. With his car goes off highway sixty one in. Luckily for him a guys looking for old bobbers and fish nets on the north shore. But sees his Pontiac go sailing off and he's got a traumatic brain injuries. So anyway, I really enjoyed that book. And just was a great character study soda just kind of. Yeah. I can see where he's going to get like all kinds of you know. Acclaimed for that the books, but yeah, Ed an orgasm of books. Physically a day except for the Essex servant, which I gave a lot of time. And I read to vanity fair's cover to cover. So there's some good Lori. You are I mean. Well, a Vanity Fair to give it Justice. It's too. It's a two hour read. It is a two hour read. Yeah. Where did you find some good stuff because I don't think I've read Vanity Fair? I decided okay. Here's something that I realize I miss magazine. Yeah. I bring him on vacation. And I read a couple bazaar and sign up this year to get them again. I mean, I miss looking at the pictures. Yeah. Eating they article. I miss a magazine, and they don't want them to go away. Yeah. Yeah. Get oprah. But I want more Minneapolis Saint Paul magazine, which by the way, we're in. I'm in this month lease really anyway. Okay. So those are the book reviews this back. There's so much. Lead. Donnie, do something in. I know he said this morning. Oh god. She's back. Listen to a Michael Strahan interview with a one day. Mariah Carey devil. Dude. Mytalk one zero seven one everything. Golden tickets Smick, tastes, terrible entertainment. What are the things you want to avoid when it comes time to sell your home? Hey, it's chase with my buddy.

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"miss magazines" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"All the same era, dick, she's a British author. Oh, my I want, and I even gave that book two hundred and fifty pages. I didn't finish it. No. All right, then good. I don't have to do it. No, nothing happened. It just I felt like I was just reading mud. Oh my gosh. That's so funny. I felt that way about Middlesex. Oh, are you all those years ago? Jenny. Something happen. Yeah. You know? It's it's it's it's set in Victorian London this Essex village in the eighteen nineties, and it's lot of debates on the scientific and medical discovery which define the era of that time period. Hawas? My eyes are crossing. They kept looking at the water and thinking should I know I'm stairs and get another two hundred fifty pages. I gave it to him. I'm not even reading it is not I know people say was Greece. It was not my Cup of tea at at all that book. And then and then my last book, which you have to tune in tomorrow, very excited Virgil wander Lifan anger, and he will run my favorite books from like ten years ago. Peace river and also so young so something in so handsome. I've only heard book what is it called again? Laurie Virgil virgile wander his latest park, and he's up in Duluth Niamh Osama that I he is tiny. It's an interesting. You know, it's it's a it's an interesting like I feel like the town is grand Marais. But it's. And it's got an interesting. Slow like the characters move. It's in the slow pace. Well, yeah starts off with his car goes off. I sixty one in. Luckily for him a guys looking for old bobbers and fish nets on the north shore, the seizes Pontiac go sailing off and he's got a traumatic brain injuries. Anyway. I really enjoyed that book. And just was a great character study has soda just kind of. Yeah. I can see where he's going to get like all kinds of you know, a claim for that the books. But yeah. Ed orgasm of books is issue. That's basically a bad day, except for the Essex serpent, which I gave a lot of time, and I read to vanity fair's cover to cover. So there's some good Lori. You are I mean. Well, a Vanity Fair to give it Justice. It's too. It's a two hour. Re. It is a two hour read. Yeah. Where did you find some good stuff because I don't think I've read Vanity Fair? I decided okay. Here's something that I realize I miss magazine. Yeah. I bring him on vacation that I've read a couple bazaar and sign up this year to get him again. I mean, I miss looking at the pictures. Yeah. Meeting the article, I miss a magazine, and they don't want them to go away. Yeah. Yeah. Always get Oprah. But I want more in Minneapolis Saint Paul magazine, which by the way, we're in. I'm in this month. Anyway. Okay. So those are the book reviews this when we come back with so much. To. Yeah. I lied Donnie do something. And I know he said this morning God, she's back. I made him. Listen to a Michael straying interview with a one day. Mariah Carey double dude. Previously.

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"miss magazines" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Modern so fucking kevin young mismatch zine and every time i was like i was like miss nip right i have no idea what you're talking about i don't know who this magazine is you're talking about an early version of hacking they got into the system labeled me as taking this young miss magazine which of course i'd have nothing to do with except i really had regardless of whether it had brian austin green on it or not right but anyway my point was yes i checked out a magazine club young and modern and i didn't know i think you should have argued hacking things still had young ally argued everything i was like i'll pay the fine but listen i know you know i like the you argue that you never knew curry of any such thing really talking about young miss i don't know anything about young right austin green i don't know i i also do not have any idea of what ten little known facts about brian greene water would not be no not that he had you know that he grew up in minnesota no idea had no idea that his his first little screen breakthrough was on a nickel odeon show program when when he was eight no i don't know anything about brian austin i don't know about his birthday with last six i don't know i don't know brian austin green who is even brian austin green don't even know what is that that was that was short lived because well no i think that was concurrent with saved by the bell saved by the bell was sort of show that grew up with me okay so i was i was a big mark paul gosling fan at the blonde yeah okay and that was i think i'm like we're the same age so like when the show started when they were like middle school age young yeah he was the same age as me i mean really he was set up as the care the main character because he talked to the camera didn't and he could he could pause time in the earlier episodes timeout zach was was definitely there were many slater fans there were many slater slater there were many he was the wrestler he was like jok right not screech so for now so everybody looks oh that guy is he is like as a person we'll sketchy not sketchy just horrific have you seen any like reality tv with him no i do know that he made the sex tape but i didn't this is a person who is desperate to be you know to get any sort of attention he is awful just awful and i don't i mean i remember saved by the bell being on definitely when i was in high school and watching it because it was like nothing else was on it was that or mama's family and i was you know i i lived in maine at the time so it was going to be like dial situation where there was no cable and i was not watching mama's family so i you know i would watch that and i liked zack in terms of choosing i think liked jason priestley better too by the way i would say brandon even though you would think dylan was the cool guy you would think i would want the rabble colon yeah but the one again toll with you yes he always got in trouble and normally that would be the guy would go for but i think that jason priestley was cuter or something i don't know what the deal was jason priestley isn't briefly i like i liked better and very close to brian greene's birthday july sixth fifteen in fact since never were read over and over she's still alive forty four i never wasted scribbling i certain amount of time a certain amount of time daily i did not read those facts his name in early script over and over again was one of those pens that had several different colors did not have this picture in my locker at all with all right let's hit a break we're going to i'm going to send a message to shattuck because he's gonna tell us all about his vermont adventure and then i'll tell you about my northshore adventure and it'll be quite something we'll be right.

"miss magazines" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Have no desire to watch like an was more than once fives in every single one of the main ones at least one additional intact star wars conversations are always a trap is anyone who wants to have this hour's conversation with you is going to know more about the core there's no level of star wars knowledge you can have it will prepare you for a conversation with somebody who really wants to have it and they're gonna make sure that you know that they know more you know that's certainly going to happen it all goes back to that crazy bar scene in acids like you remember the ceiling because leno rizzi was in the corner with the person that's his cousin but he's really related to ralian and then but then in that episode remember that split second and a half scene where they were thinking the desert and then you can't do it you can't we instrument being played by the strange alien was indeed a while you sort of another producer another station and he was obsessed with tattooed of slick tattoos on his body obsessed with sours action on his desk and all other stuff so i kind of felt like i need to watch it to have conversations with them because everything he talked about had some sort of thing go back with star wars and i was like well for nice i don't know what you're talking about so i gotta watch these which i didn't like them people about the incense everywhere that has to do with star wars tattoos star wars you'd have whoever on his body yet was he was he a virgin no he's maria's two kids okay then likely allegedly skeptical that's what they owe they'll journalists saying mother says she loves you check it out that's what she didn't seem like she was huge star wars fan i think she just dealt with it yeah like he's going to be his thing yup yup all right well watch those things i don't like everything i feel like i've missing out on like some big like pop culture event there are plenty of things i love to hate watch including nine hundred zero used to love watching ninety two now it started off as a watching then somehow i got hooked were you a melrose place person to reason not but i'm sure i would have been i was too busy drinking because that was like college time and i wasn't watching whereas nine oh two one oh it was high school time and i wasn't i wasn't out as much i mean in my teenage years i prioritized watching shows with people in them yeah it was definitely a show that i watched for that were you a dylan or jason i don't know what jason brandon sorry no which dillon was not the loop was there a luke luke was dylan the other one okay you sleep jason priestley but also like the the brian austin green line yeah he was younger too so he fit he fit the kevin frank mold all about the bg we call them did you ever get like a shaved pull it off god i was probably pretty secret on my brian austin green thing i checked out a middle school i checked out of an issue of why am magazine which on the cover told me it stood for young and modern i didn't know this which is the recent rebranding of young miss magazine because it had brian austin green on the cover of course but anyway so i lost the magazine and in the middle school if you had if you had a library book or something item the teacher would keep reading it out loud kevin you need to return this whatever the system hadn't updated to quality young and.

"miss magazines" Discussed on Answer Me This!

Answer Me This!

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on Answer Me This!

"Of influence that's just as well because i have some examples here of inflight magazines you need to match the magazine to the airline you ready all two hundred and fifty inflight entertainment mags okay i can try altitude which airline stocks the magazine altitude i mean it really could be any of them because one thing the airlines have in common is going high in the sky is true i could have equally chosen elevate which is the inflight magazine of as serbia but i didn't chose altitude cheese altitudes it was air moldova may tip of your tongue wasn't it tip of your tongue okay which airline stocks the inflight magazine holland herald owner that one is the longest continuing inflight magazine and is klm's and it's been going since nineteen sixty six wrecked fifty two years extraordinary isn't it do you know the name of france's inflight magazine it's called buff magazine that's actually kinda classy though is that is also lazy as for just pulled planes okay finally which international airline based in america i'm giving you hints stocks sky magazine sky not sadly the nineties genderneutral cover stars i'm karen christina vich light loaded for kids i missed magazine miss so many magazines of the nineties i really wanted to journalists in the nineties 'cause i left magazine so much and then they will shut down yeah so i did this instead wow sky magazine okay delta yes very good well done delta sky magazine but it still generic tight listening i think my favorite out of all the major airlines they've now close oddly was you remember bmi baby which in itself is pump so quite nine for fernando and you just realize be my baby yeah yeah i guess if even you didn't realize when upon was being played upon you that's why the business strategy.

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"miss magazines" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

"Victims save march we opt mortgaging and again these magazines good good magazines i mean better than better homes and gardens if you're asked me a good articles not always about war not always about the military just as true just articles in general and did you have something you were going to put the veterans that you've found the net magazine this month yes i thought of do okay all national front's forgeat signed into law doubts were raised the va department of defense implement new claims process generous known for calling him he'll go folks in december wrong the fw national service director wrong go turkey testified at the house really subcommittee hearing on da's new decision wrongly claimed program this program took the place of the now defunct quickstart programme that ended last fall this gentleman said the eliminating the quickstart programme forces troops to wait until they give discharge to started climbing would there be a that about uh that's about half the claimed three of derby has felt any way it's it's a process by god they're working to to make them be a much better than than what has been recently courtship are made say we vietnam very much have tried to do our best putin our best foot forward to ensure the never again show a mother generation of veterans abandoned mother in that says one of the articles out here that is about veterans but here's an article in the american legion magazine that's uh five afro american historic sites to visit and nothing about veterans this just historic african american sites the national underground railroad freedom center a motown museum martin luther king junior national memorial tyskie airman national historic site in the negro league baseball museum i thought maybe it'd be something in there but period tubman but there's not your hair tubman uh but it's not mentioned in this magazine crave bikers douglas are was munching or maybe those tour of mentioned in the same missing magazine or what it was remarkable and uh there's another legion magazine that.

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"miss magazines" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Done tyga no the the god and then so i know in the earth live the received exclusive audio from sarah jessica parker her reacted to the moon in this morning mike conley we ties matthew yes exactly so humbling plus jewelry already god a trai geez entertainment spliced one of the three by kiss fm oh my god entertainers rusty the wedding miss magazine is reportedly planning to give a speech at the reception and this will be a royal wedding first meghan wants to give an affectionate tribute to harry and their family and friends in may even cracked jokes source sources she wants to have the chance to take her husband and everyone who supported them or prints they say it's a great idea so that's pretty cool one of the joggers is possibly doing something very cool reality show star amy jogger tweeted yesterday that she wants to adopt the thirteen children rescued from their parents alleged abuse and the california torture house is this sickest saddest story if you don't know about it but she tweeted i just texted dylan and told him that i want to adopt all thirteen turpin children i love defer them true love and have a beautiful life and provide a secure and stable home for them god can restore with the devil stole it amy is a cousin of the 19th kids and counting family be pretty amazing with a career that spans like forever quincy jones has been everywhere done everything and if all you know about is that he produce michael jackson's thriller then you don't even know the half of it so when he says taylor swift sucks with people's fears parktop he do this fascinating profile in gq leading up to a book and he was asked about taylor he made it clear he is not a fan he said we need more songs man nothing songs not hooks when told that some people consider.

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"miss magazines" Discussed on Altered Geek

Altered Geek

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on Altered Geek

"I will i i liked playing it like i like the games i have played on it but like it's selling like like hot cakes and i have no idea what people are buying but it's so like it's their apparently it it as of light yesterday or today it is now the fastestselling video game console in us history hm like but like i mean obviously like i'm i'm a microcosm right like i don't like i have i have mario cart and i have one to switch to that the party game as primarily what about the switch for was for parties though and i i bought zelda but i don't understand like the appeal of it you know like i i i've created a couple of games like i've got metric prime four preordered and i've got ban at a preordered and the one gained that i really secretly want i want them to release resports for the switch lighting restores was the only game i liked on the way hosts the only game on the we i linked smash brothers brawl i liked we'd we sports and owing it was yeah that was fun that was something are fairly like too uh yes light to sit there and play in it wishes it was entertaining because especially when he figured out how you could the kind of cheap by weapon the ball a certain yelp uh all the perfect three hunger that way yup that's we we figured out that you didn't have to get off the couch foul i c that's when we go well that was that was one of our family members that wasn't maeve i can't do that sitting down at dried that was the one thing with the switch is that i never played it's not not such the we i never played it sitting down like i but my my family we we would not let each other like you had you had to get up for you forefeited your term there was no ominous it right here and just look my wrist is like now you get your but up you and you do this the right way.

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"miss magazines" Discussed on Altered Geek

Altered Geek

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on Altered Geek

"I'd like to physically be able to flip through the book which is i can read a book digitally i can do that there's something about consuming a magazine visually that i am not able to do i think i think it's because like magazines is like specially like in this day and age lakes i can get a like a magazine article on wine like a ustr reading something off light by computer screen will resist as weird disconnect that goes on in my head but i'll try to check it out oh oh edits my my you know my i teams account and c c whenever i get a chance to get around bill to listening to it on release kind of interesting are the first episode focuses run no no that's not interesting because the first issue of antenna power was around mario too so i think the second is she was room zelda i don't remember will i think they said in the first uh episode of the the podcast it would feature the former you know editor chief magazine for sleigh tandah who now works it intend to of america and uh they were going to talk about basically guests from nintendo reminisce about you know nintendos busy 2017 in the nearly developers of legend of zelda breadth of the wild i am so torn on was switch i really am i don't i i kind of sight off on modern unintended intend to go up after the we i have a switch.

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"miss magazines" Discussed on Altered Geek

Altered Geek

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on Altered Geek

"Um you know movie based things mmhmm and you know of magazines that there were out at the time i can't remember half their names um there was like oh he's a sifi one and there was like a movie one it was always out of it tells you how long i've been in an actual bookstore because most of them get closed down but i feel like the met the movie will was like sinn escape that one i think it's still around ochre was yeah i don't i don't look at the magazine wreck like i don't reader you can actually get a lot of magazines digitally now osce see like i i heavy teensy a uh internet and in cellphone in so they as a part of some promotion for her run christmas time we're giving away like these years subscriptions to uh you could pick for magazines that you could read for free okay td would foot the bill and i was like oh this is this is kinda cool you know i it's like i think the app on your phone would be called a day it's called read lear something or oca uh something to that effect but i don't let did because i was yet really and every thirty days you can choose a new set of four magazines to read and i thought it was kind of magazines you can read you can read the same ones if you choose or you can choose a different set.

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"miss magazines" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Empower people not enslave them he feels small when you're small though the elite are so small they feel good when you're down the ditch poor a p on so they're all of the news saying he's throwing the american run world government the new world order they thought americanrun they used our power our ingenuity our system to build it and who destroyed a builder role government while they destroy us and i don't deliver any of the promises of the new global atlanta's that they got all the loving smart hardworking people to join them they got so many members of my family in the last sixty years who were all tops their classes are the best the army or the the best what they did to join them believing they were there to help poor people believing they were there to deliver technology believing they were there really do all this and it was all ally well trump knows about all this and this is now not ally ladies gentlemen and that's why the enemy of humanity is freaking out pulling out every stop having convulsions next hour i'm going to show you what is just recently been released from sixty minutes in nineteen what is 19th sixty four gloria steinem of miss magazine the whole feminists bill admitting she worked for the cia and the whole plan was to get women to work for the government and basically in the family they are fell air they're so evil this is all coming up in the next hour danny green's order puts nation over globe trump challenge a world order trump's new world disorder we'll trump be the end of the pax americana trump's taking office spells end of the world for 20th century german fm stein mirror the end of liberal world order the liberal world order i saw this weekend going it's the end of the liberal world order china will save it he'll save the democratic order is is the chinese president spoke at davos china does not elected china in flavors this people trump was elected there were a government fanfare by human anti nationstate anti prosperity let me tell you what is involved in rusher kicked the oligarchy sat about seventeen years ago and i wasn't sure hose reel for a while and they were teaching christianity and family and paying people to have kids.

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"miss magazines" Discussed on HOMOGROUND

HOMOGROUND

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"miss magazines" Discussed on HOMOGROUND

"Gene that was a song mi vulnerable by coup see coy air the song is about domestic abuse awareness and was featured on miss magazine huffington post and madame gandhi spotify playlists the future is female the single comes with a free seen with interviews and self care by survivors coup secoyas here is a musical project of shannon roberts and experimental pianist singer and mental health advocate base in north hollywood california as a kid shannon's mom would always tell her bedtime stories of the inca princess coup seek hoyer and she chose the name for her music to help her heel by building her own throne and claiming her own royalty we're not playing music she offers positive healing as yoga instructor and with the strangest beautiful alternative self help guide at shows and at the los angeles in san francisco zine festival she also hosts a weekly instagram live show called sick or something to talk about her arthritis ib bs and mine obstacles while featuring other artists who are also struggling i've got two more songs bike who seek lawyer woke up from a lazy dream and no point in stopping and we'll also hear from lethem lin from the sylvia rivera law project they'll be having their annual fundraising event called small works for big change on saturday october 21st in new york city the event is free and there will be an art auction with a silent bidding process the money raised at the event will go to support the organisation's crucial work in providing free legal services and build movement power with trans engender nonconforming low income and people of color in new york city.

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