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Remembering How Roe Got Overturned With Mollie Hemingway
"With us right now is the great Molly Hemingway on this incredibly eventful newsday Molly, welcome back to the program, your initial thoughts on the Supreme Court's decision. Well, it's just an amazing day to experience many people have worked for nearly 50 years to get to this moment where abortion law is returned to the people. A lot of people understood that roe V wade was a poorly decided decision. You have a consensus on that, whether that's pro lifers or people like Ruth Bader Ginsburg. But it had managed to hold for a very long period of time and it took a lot of work from a lot of people and human rights activists and pro life leaders and the conservative judicial movement and finally this day has arrived and it's just a wonderful day for women and their children and their families and of course it also means there's a lot of work to come in the days and years ahead to protect these families and to also create a culture of life.
The FDA Has Lost the Trust of the American People
"So it comes my turn to talk about it and I know that FDA and jewel are on the agenda cut number 24 Jacob, please. I don't hear anything from the administration about fentanyl. And those numbers are through the roof. It's a tomb and the fentanyl that all of us agree is the number one part of the border crisis is what we have to be focused on to kill the 107,000 American last year. It is a wide open border. I know you wanted to talk about the FDA and Joel. And I have to say, why are we focusing part of the federal government? The FDA on regulating jewel when we can't regulate the border. Why do we assume the federal government can do anything when it can't do the first thing, which is to control the border. As Molly said, the cartels control the border, not that. And administration, so why would we trust the FDA, which had a very bad year anyway in the course of COVID? They blew the Johnson & Johnson pause. They blew in fact, they blew a lot of the Abbott laboratory process. They do not have a great reputation right now and they're shutting down jewel. I'm not a fan of Joel. Why in the world would we trust them when the government can't do anything on its number one job?
Supreme Court Strikes Down Gun Restrictions in New York
"The big news yesterday, of course, Supreme Court said that the Second Amendment oddly means what it says. It's a plane reading. I was on with special report last night with Brett bear joined by the estimable Molly Hemingway and Leslie Marshall and got asked out of the box explain it and it's a 136 pages, but I did this in 53 seconds, cut number 22. You significant, this gun ruling today, the impact nationwide. Well, there are 6 other states brat that have the same sort of regime about issuing permits that New York State does, a regime that was struck down as unconstitutional under the plain language of the Second Amendment today. Justice Alito, he wrote a concurring opinion, 6 judges, 6 justices agreed and justice Thomas wrote the majority opinion, but justice later said, look, what we're deciding today is very simply put. Americans have the right to go out of their house and carry their weapon in self defense. They don't have to beg a bureaucrat to get that permit. And 43 states already agree with that. The 7 states who have asked me may give you the permit regimes, their laws are unconstitutional. No one should be surprised by this. It's been ten years coming and being made explicit, but it's not a surprise.
"molly" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"Ratliff gentleman hello. Hey, max. Who is on the program? This week on the show is Molly Lambert. Molly Lambert is a writer, Aaron. I know that you were a big fan of her writing at this recording. Shout outs to this recording. You loved this recording. I've loved Molly's writing for a long time, but now tell me if this sounds familiar to either of you guys. She doesn't write as much anymore. She's doing podcasts and she has a new show out. It actually just wrapped. It's called Heidi world, and it is the definitive account of Heidi fleiss, the LA batum. It sounds a little different than most podcasts. She cast like, I think, 68 people to play different roles in the story. So it's got all these actors and podcasters heard of. And it was, as we talked about, sort of the first thing that she was really in total control of, and it turns out, poly Lambert likes being in total control. I'm going to say that, I don't know if you got into this, but she has another podcast that is about the reality TV program below deck. Here's the deal. I have seen every episode of below deck. I want to come on her below deck podcast. She's probably going to listen to this episode that she's on. And so I'm sending a very special request to my Lambert, have me on your below deck podcast. I have a lot of thoughts. We didn't get into her below deck podcast. So when you are eventually on it, we'll just run it as a bonus episode on long form too, so people can listen. We are brought to you in partnership with vox, who help us make the show. Thanks to everyone at vox. And now here's max with Molly Lambert. While Lambert, welcome to the podcast. Hello. Thanks for having me. Oh, well, thanks for being here. I feel like this one is a long time coming. Like scared to even look at my email and see when the first time I emailed you and asked you to come on the show. Because it was a long time ago. It's been a long journey. It has, and yet here we are. And I feel like it was worth the wait because you've got this podcast out, which I have so many questions about. For sure, yeah. If a podcast out called Heidi world, the Heidi flight story and the secret history of LA I told someone this morning that I was going to talk to you and I was like she just did a whole podcast about Heidi fleiss and this person who I will not name said, who's Heidi fleiss? A lot of people don't know who Heidi slices is which I found out from doing this podcast. It was a big story in the 90s, especially in LA where I am from and I feel like everybody older than me is so familiar with it and it turns out that everybody younger than me doesn't know anything about it. So another great reason to make a podcast about it, she was a Hollywood madam in her 20s and got busted and I just was always fascinated with this story because I thought it was crazy. I thought just even at the time, I was like, why are they busting her? Why is this bad? Aren't there other things going on in the city of Los Angeles? It's been super fun making a big podcast about it because I've learned so much how old were you when the story broke like you were in LA? I was in LA. I was ten. It was ten and it was a big enough story that a ten year old in LA knows who Heidi flies is. Yeah, and specifically me, probably also. Why is that? Because I'm the type of ten year old who would be like, oh, what is going on? What are the adult talking about? No, but I mean, it was a huge story. And it went on for a few years. So it started when I was like ten, but by the time it was done, I was probably like 14 or something. You know, and I was forming my ideas about sex and about how sex works and sell things and so it made a big impression on me on that front because I think it was just the first time I'd ever thought why is it illegal for a woman to sell her body doesn't it belong to her or can't she sell it if she wants to, you know? And that really informed a lot of the stuff I've done just my whole writing career has been just one of the big things I'm really interested in is like the subjectivity of women who get to be objects. And so I thought, yeah, this is a real, a really interesting story about all that stuff. And was this a story that you've wanted to do for a long time? Is there a reason, is there a reason that you did it now? I pitched it as, you know, I want to do a podcast about the Heidi flight story from a pro sex work angle because that was also what I noticed at the time was that it's like that was the third rail is that none of the people reporting on it would ever say what if this were legal and I just didn't make any sense. It was like, why isn't it why didn't you just make it legal? Why don't you just make it so that nobody gets in trouble and also nobody gets hurt, you know? And I just pitched it like that because I thought there were just like a bunch of things happened in LA in the early 90s and one of the most LA riots and then a couple years after the LA riots you had the Heidi fleiss trial in the O. J. Simpson trial. And my feeling about it was that they both were just like a referendum on LA a couple of years after the riots and they both were kind of these attempts by the city to be like look over here. Don't pay attention to any of the real issues we've been having and all the racist police and corrupt officials instead we're going to make scapegoats of like an individual person and we can project everything that's bad onto them. So Heidi also got it was like everybody got obsessed with her. They're obsessed with the scandal..
"molly" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Radio show delicious dish. She joined SNL in 1995 and stayed for 6 seasons. Shannon starred in the film year of the dog costarred in the HBO series enlightened and the white lotus all created by Mike white, costars on the current HBO Max comedy series the other two, and will costar in the new showtime series, I love that for you, which premieres later this month, starring SNL alum Vanessa Bayer. Shannon's new memoir, called hello Molly, helps explain the pain and loss that fueled a lot of the drive and commitment in her comedy career. The book begins when she was four and her father was driving the family home from her cousin's high school graduation party. Her father had been drinking at the party and crashed into a pole. Her mother, her three year old sister, and a cousin were killed. Her 6 year old sister had a concussion, Molly had a broken arm, their father was hospitalized, with a tube in his throat, so he could breathe and to crushed legs. Before the accident, Molly Shannon's mother taught her how to make Friends, apparently she makes friends very easily. By the time I finished the book, I wanted to be one of those friends. But I'll settle for an interview. Molly Shannon is such a pleasure to have you on our show. I really love your memoir. Thank you, Terry. Is the accident something you talk much about before writing the book? Uh, yes, I did talk about it. Not right away. It would have to be somebody who I'm pretty close to. But yeah, so but sometimes if you give that information too quickly, it can be confusing or too much for people, but certainly as I would get to know somebody. Yes, I would be open about talking about that. You were unconscious after the accident. Do you remember what you saw when you came to you? Yeah, I just remember there were sirens and I could hear a lot of people talking and a large crowd stopped and formed around the car and people were helping trying to pull people out of the car and they put my sister Mary and I on a stretcher and I remember feeling her body next to mine and they put a blanket over us and it felt really itchy and I just remember being confused like what is going on and we had been sleeping in the back of the station wagon and then they took us to the hospital and they cut our clothes off and they brought us in and gave us all these tests like are the lights on the lights off and touching parts of our body to make sure we could feel our feet and different things like that a lot of tests. In the hospital you kept asking for your mother and no one would explain that she had died your aunts and uncles didn't know how to tell you your father was in the hospital with a two business throat in a different room, how are you finally told? What happened was that night too I was four, so I had I was in training underwear and I remember not wanting to go to the bathroom, my bed and I was calling for my mom, but nobody would come and then I was like, oh, whatever. I felt despairing and I wet myself and I just kind of gave up. And then we woke up in the morning and there were people coming in with gifts and lots of toys and there were relatives, but I was like, where's my mom? You know, where's Katie? Where's my dad? And I looked to my sister to be kind of my guidepost, but she was just looking out the window and, you know, crying, you know? So I just was like, in my head, I made up. Oh, my mom must be with Katie in the baby section. Maybe she has maybe Katie's on a different floor with the babies. My little sister was three. And then finally, I think an ant did tell us that my mom and my sister had died. She said they've gone, they've gone to heaven. You know, like it was really good news, you know? I don't know if when I was four, I knew what death was. Did you know what death was? No, I did not understand it all. And my immediate feeling was like, it was very confusing. And she was trying to make it kind of positive. They're in heaven, you know, they're with God and the angels. And I was just like, well, I felt like, could we go see them and could we fly there? Or could we take a hot air balloon or could we go up with the birds? Can we see them? Like, I just couldn't accept it. And then I just wouldn't really believe it and I went into a fantasy just waiting for them to come back, making up that they were still somewhere else still alive. I don't think I could have felt how sad it was because I think it would have annihilated me. I think you also felt that your mother and your younger sister had gone to heaven and but they didn't think enough of you to take you with them. Yeah. Did that thinking that thought that you weren't good enough to be taken? To that affect yourself image for a long time? Yes, it did. I felt I felt very defective and I felt like, well, they must, my mom must have left because I'm bad. I think children of that age are very self centered, so there's no way that I could understand it other than just being very self focused and thinking, I must have done something wrong to make her leave. So I must be bad. Your father had to become the primary parent, but, you know, his legs were crushed. He wore, I think he wore a leg brace for the rest of his life. Yes. And it took him a long time to recover. It took him a long time to be able to walk again. You stayed with an aunt and uncle for a while. So suddenly your father was like the single parent of two young children still recovering from his own injuries, did he know how to be a primary parent? Was he able to learn how to do that? That was really hard because he was in the hospital for a long time, and then recuperating my aunts. He had to learn how to walk again. And he had a walker that he used for, I think, like the first year to just slowly learn how to walk around her living room. And then a brace on his leg. So that recovery was slow. And then we finally moved back to our original house. And yeah, it was hard for him. He would get stressed out about cleaning and cooking, but he was a very hands on full-time parent. He was able to be with us all the time. He invested in double houses in Cleveland, so he would go and collect the rent, but he could take us to school and be home after school and take me to piano lessons and so he did do a really good job. He was very mischievous in ways that didn't always seem healthy to me when I was reading your book. You take you to a store and then to make you laugh, you'd undress the mannequins and throw their wigs on the floor. And I thought, do you know that's really a childish thing to do that's not setting a very good example for yes, it was not. Yeah. So looking back at it in retrospect, what do you make of that? Well, that particular example, yeah, that was a little crazy, but he would want to make us laugh. So he would key had a lot of fun parenting he was silly. He would turn a lot of stuff into games. Like if we went to a candy store, just my dad and me, he would say Molly, how about if we pretend when we go into the store that I'm blind? And I was like, okay. So everything was like a game. So he would go, is this chocolate? He would knock the chocolate down. It was funny. It was a lot of times it was fun..
"molly" Discussed on Fresh Air
"So when they come back, I'm going to be locked and loaded and ready. And I really was. After success on Saturday Night Live, you got to pressed. And you're right that you finally let yourself feel deeply about your mother. Can you explain why it was then that you allowed yourself to feel deeply and how did that compare to how you felt before? I think I couldn't I couldn't really feel sad about losing my mom when I was little just let myself go. So I was driven to achieve and work really hard and make it and I was driven. I was like, I want to make it and I want to audition and make it in Hollywood and I was driven driven driven working on my show and then I finally get Saturday it live and then I get married Catherine on the air and I'm doing backflips and throwing myself in a chairs and people come up to me. Oh my God, I love that character. I love that character and I would turn the compliment and find something wrong and I felt this kind of anxious, deep, longing. Like, no, no, that's not right. And I got so depressed and I realized that the really the only person I wanted to say, oh my gosh, I'm so, so proud of you, Molly. Was my mom, you know? And I think I was just driven driven to succeed that it really was like this fame and it doesn't fix anything because I really just want her. And I want her to be proud of me and her issues and I wish she was here and I wish Katie could see this and this would be so cool. But it was a great turning point because it made me feel peace with fame and show business. And it's like, you don't have to be the best, just to joy being creative, enjoy your work that you're passionate about. It doesn't matter what level you're at, just enjoy where you are..
IS supporter found guilty of killing UK lawmaker David Amess
"An an an an Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic state state state state supporter supporter supporter supporter has has has has been been been been found found found found guilty guilty guilty guilty of of of of stabbing stabbing stabbing stabbing British British British British lawmaker lawmaker lawmaker lawmaker David David David David Amos Amos Amos Amos to to to to death death death death Ali Ali Ali Ali Harbi Harbi Harbi Harbi Ali Ali Ali Ali killed killed killed killed the the the the sixty sixty sixty sixty nine nine nine nine year year year year old old old old veteran veteran veteran veteran British British British British lawmaker lawmaker lawmaker lawmaker last last last last year year year year well well well well he he he he was was was was meeting meeting meeting meeting with with with with voters voters voters voters at at at at a a a a church church church church hall hall hall hall in in in in England England England England it it it it was was was was a a a a slaying slaying slaying slaying that that that that shocked shocked shocked shocked the the the the U. U. U. U. K. K. K. K. and and and and sparks sparks sparks sparks calls calls calls calls for for for for increased increased increased increased police police police police protection protection protection protection for for for for politicians politicians politicians politicians the the the the twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six year year year year old old old old defended defended defended defended his his his his actions actions actions actions by by by by saying saying saying saying Amos Amos Amos Amos deserve deserve deserve deserve to to to to die die die die after after after after voting voting voting voting for for for for air air air air strikes strikes strikes strikes on on on on Syria Syria Syria Syria several several several several years years years years ago ago ago ago it it it it took took took took the the the the jury jury jury jury just just just just eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen minutes minutes minutes minutes to to to to convict convict convict convict Ali Ali Ali Ali a a a a London London London London man man man man was was was was so so so so Molly Molly Molly Molly heritage heritage heritage heritage I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
Looking at Mitt Romney's Track Record
"But that's what he's doing. He's setting himself up for a presidential run as a third party candidate. He's going to say, you know, Americans can't afford four more years of Donald Trump. And I'm a lifelong, well, I'm not a lifelong Republican, but I'm a part time Republican. Wink wink. I go back and forth, I used to be kind of a liberal Massachusetts governor. I mean, this guy think about Romney's track record. Massachusetts, Utah, he's got a big mansion in California, man gets around. I mean, he gets around now. He's got, he's got some miles on him. And the katangi Brown Jackson yes vote is fascinating to me, but I think Laura and Molly Hemingway are correct. He's getting ready to run as a spoiler because he wants to get his revenge on Donald Trump.
Ingraham & Hemingway Wonder if Mitt Romney Will Run as Independent
"Laura Ingraham and Molly Hemingway last night on Fox News. Both had a pretty interesting theory about what mittens is up to. Well, it's interesting that so many Republicans did not vote for the confirmation of Jackson. That is very different from how Republicans have been in the past where they tended to vote for whomever a Democrat put forward. I think what the Democrats have done in recent years have made Republicans realize that looking at a judge's judicial philosophy is very important and not just confirming people because they're afraid of what the media will say. You showed the three Republican senators who voted for this confirmation. I'm not surprised at all by senator Collins. She has an approach to confirmations where I think it was reasonable to expect she would vote for her in this case as well. But what's interesting is senator Romney voted against this judge for a lower court, and then after learning about her leniency on sentencing and about her philosophy or lack thereof, her refusal to answer questions. He changed his position to vote for her, even though everything that came out in the confirmation hearing would have reasonably given someone like him pause about confirming her to the highest court in the land. It is really a reminder of what plagued Mitt Romney throughout his earlier political career where he was labeled a flip flopper and inconsistent and didn't really make sense in his reasoning. Well, Molly, you know what my theory is, right? My theory is that that's completely in line with a possible Romney run for president as a third party to try to be a spoiler, especially if Trump runs again.
J6 Committee Seeks to Criminalize Republican Fundraising
"I think we all know that the January 6th Pelosi committee is a nefarious operation. But one of its more nefarious recent ventures described by Molly Hemingway in an article in the federalist is how the committee is now boasting boasting that it's going to criminalize Republican fundraising, or at least try to do that. Now, how is a congressional committee going to do that? Well, it's essentially a harassment strategy. What they do is they use their subpoena power to go to all these Republican and conservative groups. And basically say this, have you been raising money off of the election, the 2020 election? Have you been raising money in the promise or the expectation that you're going to fight election fraud? And the January 6th committee is like, if you're doing that, you're promoting the big lie. You're creating the basis for a potential insurrection. And so we're going to be able to sort of accuse you. Of the kind of incitement that led to January 6th. Now, if all this seems like idle boasting. And I think a lot of it is. Nevertheless, there isn't an effect, a chilling effect when you get subpoenas and letters landing on your doorstep from the January 6th committee show up over here, provide copies of all your email and send us copies of audio letters. And so the idea here is to intimidate Republican and conservative groups. And it's all based upon this kind of doctrine that it's sort of not okay. In fact, it is completely out of bounds and it's deeply undemocratic, if not potentially criminal to question the results of an election.
Carrie Severino: Ketanji Brown Jackson Could Be Confirmed by Easter
"So Carrie give us a timeline what that's going to look like I saw they just announced march 21st for hearings underway I mean how quickly could this could this go This nomination and potential confirmation process Well they're really trying to set records here They'd like to have the confirmation done by the time the Senate goes out of session for Easter So that would mean by mid April That's a very fast timeline and not least of all for judge Jackson herself who has to prepare for these confirmation hearings Molly Hemingway and I wrote a book on Kavanaugh confirmation and boy I can tell you that was a lot of work that went into that So she's got to be meeting with senators right now as well as boning up on all of the Supreme Court cases and president that she's going to be asked about at this
Sean Davis on the Joe Rogan-Spotify Backlash
"We are delighted to have with us. The cofounder of one of our favorite websites, it's the federalist newly redesigned to welcome their new. I do believe she's now the editor in chief Molly Hemingway well, well deserved. Look at that lovely news. He is, of course, Sean Davis, Sean, welcome back to America first. Always have pleasure to be on set. Thank you for having me. All right, I caught you early today on my buddy Dan bongino shot and already already planned to have you on my show, but of course, great minds think alike because we love your commentary on the state of the establishment media. I played Joe Rogan's videos just a moment ago. But give us your take. How much of how ironic is it? Let's start there. The counterculture heroes the rockers of the 1960s and 70s are now behaving like big brother and wanting to memory hole, the biggest podcaster on the planet Sean. Yeah, what's really amazing is that it's not like Joe Rogan is some sort of right wing radical fanatic. I mean, this is a guy who's a Bernie bro. I'm not even sure it would be accurate to say he's even like right curious, let alone on the right and yet the left has decided that he needs to be destroyed because he's such a threat to their narrative, not because he's particularly decided it's a lie, the way we have all understood it to be. But because he dares to have on people who don't agree with it and he dares to ask questions about whether this or that we're hearing from the government is true. He really is kind of the fact that they can't handle Joe Rogan ought to tell you they can't handle anything.
What if Mark Levin Was a Co-Host on ESPN 'First Take?'
"First take because I like Stephen a Smith now he and I don't always agree In fact he and I sometimes very strongly disagree I haven't talked to him in a while But I always found this Max Kellerman was kind of a weight around his neck on the show I could have played Max Kellerman on that show Typical knee jerk lip I'm being honest And annoying as hell that's just me but I think this guy skip Bayless Is he another one Yeah He's annoying as hell And so is the other guy What's the other guy's name that he debates What's his name Shannon Sharpe What a big mouth that guy is What a big mouth and the race painting with the Shannon Sharpe Who the hell can watch this crap Anyway It appears that I'm reading that first take they're expected to remove elements and weren't going to remove him before Now I don't keep up on all the ESPN shows just a couple No not a cup of one They got more hosts there more former athletes I don't know who the hell's what but I know Stephen a And this may upset some of you say you know him and you're like look I like him We're Friends We don't always agree Sometimes we very passionately disagree So what Who cares But this Kellerman I don't know who they're going to replace with me I wouldn't replace them with anybody I let Smith speak the whole time I really would But the moderator what's your name Molly I don't know what her name is See I don't even know what the other ones think That's the whole point He should go solo Does it on the radio is very good Again I don't listen to most other people Now and then I've picked it up He's very good
No. 9 Kansas uses big 2nd half to stuff West Virginia, 85-59
"Nitrate nitrate Kansas Kansas outscored outscored West West Virginia Virginia fifty fifty two two twenty twenty eight eight in in the the second second half half of of an an eighty eighty five five fifty fifty nine nine route route of of the the mountaineers mountaineers David David McCormick McCormick provided provided nineteen nineteen points points and and fifteen fifteen rebounds rebounds while while Jaylen Jaylen Wilson Wilson added added twenty twenty three three points points and and eight eight boards boards for for the the J. J. hawks hawks who who have have never never lost lost a a W. W. view view in in ten ten meetings meetings at at Allen Allen fieldhouse fieldhouse the the J. J. hawks hawks finished finished with with twenty twenty three three assists assists and and pulled pulled away away after after leading leading by by just just two two at at halftime halftime Kansas Kansas shut shut down down taz taz Sherman Sherman who who accounted accounted for for only only five five points points on on one one of of nine nine shooting shooting Molly Molly curry curry had had twenty twenty three three points points for for the the mountaineers mountaineers I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Joe Biden Makes 'Garbage' Voting-Rights Speech in Georgia
"You see Biden's speech in Georgia yesterday? Holy cow. As Molly Hemingway, the great Molly Hemingway put it, we've gone from, quote, I am a reasonable moderate who will unite the country to I will destroy institutions to enable Nancy Pelosi to take over all elections throughout the country in just under a year. It's been pretty quick. What a raging, angry, garbage speech. To quote rich Lowry over at national review. Rich rights in his wisdom, Joe Biden has decided to declare there's a crisis in our democracy that can only be fixed if two bills pass in the next several days that aren't going to pass. Maybe for some perverse reason he likes appearing weak and ineffectual. Regardless, he's now done more than his share to undermine faith in our electoral system. You know, one of the big debates about this raging in America is election integrity. Nobody trusts the way Democrats want to conduct elections. They want to conduct the elections the way they want to conduct the elections because they don't want voter ID. They don't want you to establish you are who you say you are.
Mollie Hemingway Talks Democrats' Voter Registration Drives
"Here's Molly Hemingway talking about all these Democrat voter registration drives, and we better keep an eye. Closely, we better be very aware of what the Democrats are capable of doing. One is that a lot of times these democratic efforts happen at the same time as other problematic things, like in New York City, you don't have to be an American citizen to register to vote. It makes it very hard to separate out voter registrations from those who are legal to vote in statewide races or presidential elections and those who New York City says can vote in municipal elections. Their problems with one in 8 voter registrations across the country. And there are all sorts of problems with decreasing security with the rampant rise of mail in ballots. But I'm also a little bit concerned that Republicans don't seem to be aware of how much effort needs to be done on their side of the aisle as well. They should be doing massive voter registration drives. And they also need to be familiar with what the problems are with decreased election security. Just this weekend, senator Mike rounds from South Dakota, said that the 2020 election had no problems whatsoever. That's a ludicrous thing for anybody to say, but particularly a Republican senator who at this point should know so much about all of the problematic things that happened, whether it was changing all of these laws and the run up to the election or having Mark Zuckerberg engaged in a private takeover of government election offices or big tech censorship or media censorship, all these things that make our elections more problematic. You would really expect more from Republican
Mollie Hemingway: What to Remember on January 6th
"Friend Molly Hemingway who wrote this fantastic book rigged Molly how are you Great great to be here with you Well Molly January 6th It's the day to remember what exactly Well I'm Christian So actually January 6th is a huge day for us to be Mark the epiphany when the wise men came to visit Jesus So it's been kind of funny to hear everybody talking about January 6th I'm like I just wanted people to Mark January 6th But yeah I think it's amazing to see how our establishment regime is exploiting one instance of political violence while hiding nearly every other instance of political violence that we've experienced in recent years in order to weaponize our systems against political opponents and I knew today would be bad I didn't expect that they would be quite so clownish and how they went
White House 'Working Behind the Scenes' With Media to Get Joe Biden Some Positive Coverage
"The Biden administration according to the New York Post is quote working behind the scenes with the media to get positive coverage. Now think about it. This is immediately gave Joe Biden a pass for campaigning from his basement during the campaign 2020. This is a media that squashed the Hunter Biden story. We talked to Miranda Devine about that. And the New York Post, writer talks about the suppression of these kinds of things and Molly Hemingway he wrote the book called rig. We talked about the suppression of the Hunter Biden story. Studies show that enough Biden voters would have voted against Biden had they known about known about a hundred Biden story. He clearly would have flung the election in favor of Donald Trump. And now the Biden administration is going BMW about how bad his media coverage is. Is this just stunning? Talk about
"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood
"Yes, why is mad about it? 'cause he excretes it. Also, what tech do you think will be most transformative? Well, at this exact moment I'm feeling super optimistic about nuclear fusion as an unlimited source of carbon neutral power. I think that it's the hard science stories that give you the most hope. We're on the cusp of really true revolutions in health sciences in BioTech in just taking out viruses now, one by one with mRNA vaccines. And of course, with energy, transformation. And so I'm guessing the social media side of things are the stories that make you a little more pessimistic. A little more pessimistic. Yes. I mean, you know, common truth, right? Someone said that recently at an event I was at that we have to have a common truth. And this information divide is so dangerous. And the ways in which information gets out and is attached to advertising is so frankly predatory and manipulative, I do have hope that the younger generation people who are kids right now, that they're building up an immunity to social media, I hope that there is more critical thinking more awareness, less interest, frankly, in Facebook. You know, these are forces that have only been informational forces that have only been part of our society for less than two decades. It's still pretty new, and we just sort of maybe haven't learned how to use it yet, deal with it yet. Discard the things that are not good for our society. It's just a question of how bad it'll get before we build up that immunity. Here's another question from Artie shahani, who asks, what's the silver bullet to rebalance power in the tech industry? Like if you were advising lawmakers on where to focus, what would you suggest? Really simply, in this country, this is like a large philosophical answer I know, but we're having a conversation right now about holding elites to account. That really is all this comes down to. Like, there are companies that are so big that they're breaking laws and we're not stopping them. Like the current FTC commissioner, Lena Khan, has made the argument that existing antitrust law, some of it needs to change, but that existing antitrust law is enough to take on the companies that represent illegal monopoly. We just have to be able to do it. We have to enforce our tax laws. If there is a silver bullet to rebalance power because we're speaking as fantastically as possible, it's accountability. It's rules that everybody can believe in. Okay, this is from me. What are you going to miss the most about marketplace tech? It is so great to have a place to put your ideas every single day. It's a short show, but it feels like unlimited real estate to build a body of work to get ideas out. It was pretty wonderful to have a thing that was just like a daily radio representation of the inside of my brain. But Molly said, what she's really gonna miss is the team. We'll miss her too. Jesus alvarado, Sasha Fernandez and Stephanie Hughes produce our show. Jodie Becker is our senior producer, Becca weinman is our engineer. I'm Kimberly Adams, and that's marketplace tech. This is APM.
"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood
"Tech host, Molly wood. From American public media, this is marketplace tech. I'm Kimberly Adams. Marketplace tech host mollywood is leaving journalism after two decades in the field, including the past four years as host of this show and more recently, as co host of the marketplace podcast make me smart and host of her new show about climate change solutions, how we survive. And since Mali's a tough reporter, who has asked some pretty hard questions of her guests over the years, we felt it was only fair that listeners got to submit some questions for her. So we started with Keira Davis, who tweeted us a question, what was Molly's career path? And how did she end up in tech and finance journalism? I started out as a hard news journalist did some sports and moved to the Bay Area in 1999. And if you moved to the Bay Area in 1999, you were doing tech. And that was at a time when a lot of these businesses and business models were just developing. And so it ended up being this sort of incredible economic education in capital formation, venture capital, the inevitable march toward monopoly, and then, of course, I was lucky enough to land at marketplace, which really finished off the economics part of that equation. That actually leads pretty nicely into our next question from Jorge Martinez, who asks, over your years in the tech industry, what positive changes have you seen on how we treat women in this industry? Well, I think that is a mixed bag. It is certainly there is more conversation than there used to be about women in the tech industry. That's no question. But I will say that over 20 years of tech journalism, I can't say that there's been a sea change. I think it's still in the lots of work to be done stages. There are still a lot of empty stalls in the women's bathroom at tech events that I go to..
Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes Resign From Fox News
"Know there's a conservative crack up going on inside the beltway as Jonah Goldberg and Stephen Hayes have departed from Fox News. There's a story at the American spectator about addition by subtraction at Fox News with which I disagree. Molly Hemingway quotes from it approvingly. Molly is a good friend as his mark. Byron York works with both Jonah and Steven Jonah longtime friend of the show, Stephen a's used to be. He drops a nuclear bomb on my head a couple of years ago that I didn't see coming, but I don't know what that's all about. Byron York works with everybody and apparently amicably like I try to do as I quote tamale Lincoln's first inaugural. We are not enemies. We must not be enemies, but friends, Byron, what is going on? Well, good morning you. My official position in all of this is that I wish everyone well. Yeah, you and I pretty much adopt the same view on beltway, penda tree. Yeah, well, what can I say? You're a Fox News contributor. Do you have a conflict? I don't want to put you in a bad spot. No, I am a Fox News contributor. I have been since 2006. And I've been happy to be Fox News. So I think that that's my story right there. And by the way, I am an NBC News contributor though I've been exiled and they're about to breach my deal. I don't know why, but I've been exiled. So who knows what's going on inside of network executives trying to figure out their audiences? I think this all comes down to trying to find your audience and keep them happy. Well, I mean, there's always been this a lot of commentary about thoughts about having almost being like the old broadcast entertainment networks. In the sense that they had the news division and then they had entertainment programming. So people said, well, the prime time program on Fox is kind of like the entertainment programming and the special report and approximately Sunday in the whole daytime, really are all about the news division. I think that's unfair because a lot of news is made during prime time on Fox. But clearly it's opinion driven and clearly Steve and Jonah became increasingly uncomfortable with the prime time programming. So I am not sure what to say beyond
'Rigged' Author Mollie Hemingway Tells Us What to Expect From Her Latest Book
"The book we're talking to Molly Hemingway author of rigged How the media big tech in our Democrats seized our elections What can we expect in the book Things will learn in there because I think we're all suspicious Molly and it's the most American thing we can do is to ask questions I mean we had an unprecedented at least in modern times pandemic and election with millions of mail in ballots with counties that had very little experience with mass mail in ballots Florida has a lot of experience with that Therefore their election went off pretty well So what can we expect to find in the book Because a lot of people are still really concerned about this given 2022 being right around the corner So I tell a lot of stories detailed substantiated stories mostly focusing on Georgia Wisconsin and Pennsylvania But at heart it really deals with two big issues And the first one which kind of blew me away was the role that Mark Elias played in corrupting our elections I had been following Marc Elias because he was the guy who created the Russia collusion hoax in 2016 He was Hillary Clinton's general counsel He's the one who paid the people to make up the Russia story So I'd already been calling him I couldn't believe what a big role he played in corrupting our 2020 elections by enacting hundreds of changes of important election integrity laws flooding the zone with the mail in ballots We had such a more than threefold increase in the number of mail in ballots And it was just like you said done very sloppily And then the other thing was that I had been led to believe that when Mark Zuckerberg put $419 million of his money into the election system that this was like bipartisan help for COVID relief It wasn't That was a lie It was an overtaking of governmental election offices which are supposed to be preserved from partisan politics to run the democratic get out the vote operation and they focused on blue cities and counties in swing states Philadelphia to turn Pennsylvania and the cities in Wisconsin to turn Wisconsin Atlanta to turn Georgia and it was plotted out very savvy completely wrong I mean they just brought in an army of left wingers to run democratic operations in inside our governmental election offices And it was really effective
The Media Are the Most Powerful, Unaccountable Political Actors in U.S.
"We're talking to Molly Hemingway a terrific writer also the author of one of the hottest books out there right now rigged How the media big tech and the Democrats seized our elections Molly you know listen there are two people out there who I think are the biggest narrative busters on the right So I'll throw Sean Davis in there too You and Tucker You go throw a hit with an S in front of a grenade and the tent and a heartbeat if you think you think something's up No matter the media penalty and you're frequently attacked for it like Tucker and Sean are as well But the weird thing is you usually turn out to be right I mean you would debunk the hoax Russia hoax immediately You had shown the spygate story to not be a hoax But doesn't it speak to the power of the media over our collective Borg like psyche in this country on the left right now that people like you me Sean Tucker Greg Jarrod John Solomon We're all considered by the mainstream code Misinformation specialists and yet we've been right about everything Like there's nothing in your book you don't pack up with footnotes The Zucker box thing happened the Russian thing was old It's like again this did not speak to the power of the media that we're considered the outsiders and yet we were actually factually correct the entire time Oh it's amazing But I also think that it's important that people celebrate the marginalizing of our corporate media They have so much power They set narratives They do horrible things with their power And they are in my view the most powerful unaccountable political actors in the country But on the other hand nobody is believing there BS anymore and that's good And Democrats are and that's bad But their credibility is at an all time low I think the latest Gallup poll had 9% of Republicans believing corporate media and only a third of independence If not for Democrats they would just be totally in the
"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood
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"molly" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood
"Photos are often highly edited but it is hard to remember that when you're scrolling especially if you're a kid from american public media this is marketplace tech. I'm maryelle zegarra in for molly. Would.
"molly" Discussed on Let's Talk About It
"And i love how you said. It's okay and healthy to struggle to question as long as you don't give up on god who because it's just it's not. It's not practical. It's not reality that we won't struggle that we won't be sad or angry in our suffering. There's a lot of things that happen. That are weak. Be righteously angry about an you know. Go to god and ask. Why did you let this happen to me. And that's okay and that's healthy. As long as you don't give up on god as long as you keep going back to god as long as you don't lose hope and become apathetic or stop expecting that god will show up that god will be there that you stop waiting on god I remember i was confession. Wants and i was just telling the priests like i'm really angry at god. I don't know if this is a sand. But i'm really angry. I'm finding it really hard to pray. And he said well it sounds like you care a lot about god the fact that you're angry him and your wanna keep coming back to him asking. Why and. I just think that. I love that. You touched on that. Because that's such a natural part of suffering of being human and you know it's okay to struggle and suffer to struggled through our suffering as long as we keep going back to god and we don't give up on god and thank that he won't show up for us and think that he's not you know with us she really so will thank you so much molly for coming on for sharing such vulnerable part of your story and you're being open to talking about it. That's a big part memory. Podcast is talking about the things that are often laced with so much shame and shoved the dark. And you know the way. He'll is to mr talk about it. So thank you so much for being you know being open and Your story is just really beautiful to me. I've known for a long time. And i just loved to see you continue to blossom into grow in your ministry and your music and in your Your your own podcast. And yeah honestly just an honor to have you on to talk about this. Thank you thank you for having amazing to have any sort of platform to talk about it. And i love dislike. That's really the message of your pocket. It gets it's so crucial in the world today to talk about the things that other people might shy away from because those are often the things that we need to hear the most. So thank you for doing that..
"molly" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Are molly were back in. We talked about this a little bit in the first part of the interview. Which was distractions. I want to dive deeper into it now because they are literally not figuratively literally everywhere. Everyone and everything is screaming at the top of their lungs for your attention. So why is it. So important to eliminate distractions in our work and personal lives absolutely. I mean they're coming at everybody from every direction it's constant it's it's twenty four seven right. I mean i think that an and there's a couple of ways to think about it. I think there are. You know external distractions things like multitasking. And i am a multi-tasking sort of recovery addicts. I used to think. Oh man i got this right like i can. I can go to the grocery store and knock on a conference call and just kind of chime in when i can i. Can you know. I can send an email and talk on the phone at the same time. I can listen to my daughter. Tell me about her school day. While i responded and the truth is we can't human beings are not wired for that and i challenged one of my coaches once. I said this whole multitasking. Thing right like. I don't know i don't buy it right like i get a lot done. I grind it. I get it out. I mean i i can do this. And she goes okay cool. She's molly do me a favor. I said okay cool. She said take out a three by five card. She said do me a favor. She said you have young children. I said yes. Should you drive him to school. Let's yes she said okay. Cool just just do me a favor verbally recite to me the directions to your to your children's school. Just just walk me through it just verbally where you come out of the driveway you take. I said okay cool and he goes and then simultaneously. What i want you to do is a three by five card. I want you to write the alphabet so write the alphabet and then look at me and tell me how to get your kid's school..
"molly" Discussed on The View
"So i like true. You girls are a bunch of women my husband. My husband is very handy. Jewish bob vila. I shared that. Yes i give give he. He's good he smart tail. I like it but he's not a doctor. Yeah which. I could use also every once in awhile back goes. We'll be right back. I want everything. Being at team superstars set the scene for molly ringwald to raise a team of her own. And how does she feel about her daughter following in her footsteps. She's live on the view next actor singer writer. The lovely molly ringwald is no stranger to the life of a teenager. She's been one. She's plagued one many times and she's a mother to a few of them both in real life and in her work on the new netflix film. The kissing booth three. We loved her. Then and now please welcome to fabulous molly ringwald. Hello molly thanks for having me. Thanks for being here molly. Now we've been talking about. The olympics in simone biles stepping back to take care of her mental health. You became famous as an actor at a young age and there was a lot of attention on you. Simone spoke to the pressure. The attention on her can bring. Can you relate to what she's saying. Oh absolutely i can relate..
"molly" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Sounds like plastic bag big blown about. That's good dago sega. Oh my god. I can't get any notes. I'm getting whistle. Will a good this. Yeah yeah how the hell do you get different notes on that the musical notes from you move your lips i think yes because i'm ernie feel like only at one time rent. Yeah it's i guess it's moving yup lips and tongue kind of to create smaller or larger. I mean from thousands of miles away. You've given how the power of whistling on my gosh. I can't think. I'm i'm so glad you're a great career ahead of you lose because catholics. You might see me on one of the states. You might be competitive. I've created a monster. Yeah yeah yeah yeah already and molly thank you so much. It's been educational and edifying and everything and sobat so you could do a little bit of one of the songs of the forgotten edge to saw play us out shell then so fade out at the end of the interview again. Thank you to molly louis. But joining me on the monocle. Weekly debut ep. The forgotten edge is out now streaming platforms and available to purchase from old. Good record stores. This program was edited by louis. Allen and jack julius i'm alexis self thanks for listening..
"molly" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"Experienced a lot of sort of rise and falls and reinventions And the fact that. I'm sitting here right now across from you doing this podcast like it's still just. It's not lost on me. How what an incredible outcome that is. An there is a lot of work and a lot of wisdom that i gained from those experiences and i know from talking to people and observing people that a lot of people have a real hard time changing. Simple habits total reinventions. You know and so it's just interesting to me and it's a calling to me to be able to share at scale products books wisdom Eventually i'd love to have like a technology product known experience that people go through to have these kind of The to start to be able to tap into how much power you actually have your experience in life and over your mind and some that. You're not now. I know i do. I mean i got my customer. No that's not true. That's not true. Took me now. And i was already. I was already well on the road to to hate seeing coming back but just recreating reinventing and plane offense. Yeah like i play defense for a decade right. Fuck was like fuck this. I'm going to get the ball back. i'm gonna play offense and even that was years ghost playing offense but it was only you know nine eight nine months ago that i was like wait a minute. I don't think you're ready to truly play offense. So i am you're there in boise layer in covert Started about covid. We can talk about this. The ripple effect of this thing is going to the tail on it. We don't we have no idea what this is going to do. Societies we're all happy to be out and shaking hands again and go into gains in concerts. Dude it's common. Yeah i agree so you got a bunch of customers. I had so much more. I wanted to ask you a had to go back to zoom. Hell i'm asked two questions at the end. Okay and you already tried to steal them from me. So in the movie So the movies fake. It's a movie. yeah okay. that's mostly real are largely real. But it's hollywood. It's you can't yeah okay. It's a life that's just deleted. Molly this is landscape for the next five minutes is still lances game. You do whatever you can leave right now and go. Do your own podcast okay. So it's hollywood but in the movie there's actual real footage of you that your dad filmed you interviewing you That i'm assuming israel it. Is israel okay. So that israel we're gonna work off what's real next two questions first one in one of the questions you dad says. Who's your hero and you were. What's fifteen sixteen. At the time. I think i was like eleven. Why looked old for eleven. I'm a how creepy am i. Wo- anyways you were young. Maybe i wasn't maybe i was mutual better anyways. It doesn't matter as you say when your dad asks you in the real footage you say i don't have a heroes. Is that still true. Definitely not okay to get into who. They are But definitely not. But the the the answer i gave him his when i become who i wanna be. I'm going to be my own hero. And i think i still have a bit of that attitude like there hasn't been anyone that's exactly what i wanna do. But i'm certainly. I have a ton of reverence and respect and admiration for a lot of people in the world awesome. Okay last question from the same archives here right that your dad interview on film that's in the actual movie you say i don't trust people You trust people now not entirely. I don't have a negative view of of humanity or human beings. I think human beings are very complicated. And i think they're on a case by case basis. i can decide if i trust them or not but i also think that when people violate trust. It's not incredible. It's not totally their fault or the or like an indication that they're bad but if you ask me do i trust people. Probably not but you want to. Yeah that'd be great smalley. Bloom is just met you. I text a lot set this up. I was like. I really think i love this woman. I have this hour and a half. I keep talking ver- note by the hours a fucking..
"molly" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"For just the So my today molly bloom. Is somebody that. I've been following a for a long time. Not not backing her days of Of skiing competitive but I watched the movie mali's game a couple of years ago. We've sort of gotten to know each other and kept in touch him. Been trying to plan this podcast for some time. She found herself up here in aspen colorado. This week so we were able to sit down this story. And when i say this i mean this. This story has it. All it has sports it has drugs it has gambling it has violence. It's all of the things that has and here's the great thing. It's a true story so sitting with her. I could have sat most of you. Who know me well. No that it takes everything in the world for me to sit for an hour. I could have sat and talked to molly bloom for at worse. I don't i don't say it lightly this one. This one moved me. I think it'll move you and so without further ado. Please welcome my guest. Molly bloom joy the show Molly bloom welcomed.
"molly" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Molly bish was born on august. Second nineteen eighty three to parents. John bish senior a probation officer and magi bish an elementary school teacher in her early childhood. Molly her parents and her siblings. Heather and john junior lived in detroit michigan but when a young woman was abducted in their neighborhood while walking home from work and was later found murdered. They decided to move the bish family left detroit and moved to warn massachusetts a small community which they thought would be a much safer place to raise children in the summer of two thousand molly. Bish was a bright and well liked sixteen year old honor student and accomplished athlete and she was about to start her first job. Molly began work as a lifeguard at commons pond. A local man made swimming area surrounded by a forest. Her older brother john junior had been a lifeguard there and molly took over his position on the morning of june twenty seventh two thousand at nine. Am molly woke too bad news. One of her soccer team mates had been hit by a car while biking to work and was in critical condition. Molly was worried and upset but she had only been on the job for eight days and it was the first day of swim lessons at the pond. Somali decided that she go to work. Molly and her mother maggie headed out to commons pond. At nine fifty. Am they stopped by convenience store to pick up some water bottles their next stop. Was the police station where they picked up the required two way radio. This was necessary as there were no telephones at commons pond. The radio was the only way for the lifeguards to contact police or emergency assistance. If someone needed help just before ten. Am they arrived at the pond. Molly told her mother that she loved her left the car and made her way to her lifeguard post. Just before the first swimmers of the day arrived as the first people started to arrive at the pond. A mother noticed that there was no lifeguard on duty. When she approached mali's station she found her backpack a towel draped on the chair her whistle her sandals and the first aid kit which was open assuming that molly had wandered off with her friends and with swimming lessons having started. The mother sat in the lifeguards. Chair and assumed mali's duties for the rest of the lesson. She then informed the parks. Commissioner and mali's boss and that there was no lifeguard on duty at eleven forty four. Am when molly hadn't returned. Ed coke police. It had been just three hours since she dropped off her daughter at work. When molly's mother maggie received the phone call. She then called molly's sister heather and they rushed to the police station at first. The warren police department didn't take the incident seriously believing that the teenager had ditched work to hang out with her friends. They thought that molly was probably just upset about her teammate. Being hurt maggie and heather visited the hospital to see if molly had gone to visit her friend. But she hadn't been there. They then went to her boyfriend's house but he hadn't heard from her so maggie. Heather and molly's boyfriend went to commons pond. There were no signs of struggle at the scene. But molly's family knew that she would not have just wandered off and abandoned her post and all of her belongings.
"molly" Discussed on Way Too Broad
"Checking out the storm really cool to watch just to be like them and then the next day the next morning I was working on the porch to his then I was on like full swarm patrol. There were even more bs than yesterday than the day before. Checking it out and then around the same time. It was like around like noon. Which is exactly what happened on Tuesday. Her crazy buzzing again. We watched the same thing happened. Where just like this crazy? Rule like bees peppering. The Sky all started moving down to her swarm trap and link going into it. It was incredible just like from start to finish to witness something so mighty like this swarm of bees to like then molly like quickly like went into action setting her swarm trap having all these complicated emotions about it right like. That's half of her hive. Swarms that leave to go like live out in the wild like have a very poor chance of survival In because we've like colonized the earth and but also just like it means they're strong it means they're healthy It means that they're you know it's just as nature intended so just like a lot of complicated feelings to then watch them like you know choose this place MC see that migrate back to it and then that night. It was actually starting to rain which is perfect. His other bees are definitely home They don't go out in the rain so she was able to move that trap to where the final hive is going to be. Where she's going to end up relocate them relocating them and then what she does is like hangs a little. You're supposed to like put a branch or like. She hung this toll. We'd in front of the entrance which looks the bees no like something fell during the night you changed so let me reorients. Meyson home so that when they go foraging they come back to the right place so a lot of cool like fucking. It was really cool and just cool to like learn. All that stuff thinks volley end just to like witnesses it. Yeah it was very neat to be with their waggling or the only other animal other than humans that can communicate about things that like aren't in the immediate vicinity like symbolic language. How that we know. So like yeah. So like in a lot of ways fee waggling the closest thing to human language in terms of like animal kingdom communication. Laugh come ahead you know so much about these SMART. Komo like in front of the camera and it really looks like he's talking about visa to us but not making eye contact to. He's turning his head casually. Did you know that these.
"molly" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Molly hatchet, all twelve times that you see them. It's going to be mind belong to some of those. Do you think rally people going to the new hotels like j w Marriott? Some might. Yeah. Doesn't mind much lawyers were the flapping triceps who go to bed at nine thirty. Yeah. Probably have a MARTINI day. Yeah. At the w what they've seen Molly hatchet. I though because you have to. The only week of the year that Molly hatchet relevant again. This is it. I'm going to be downtown tomorrow night. So I'll I'll look for the rally. I know Molly. Expos giant speaker system. What members of Molly hatchet or left? He get your rebel flag, and you're ready to go. They usually spill over some places. So watch out, I'll be down the middle. I make my mo- peck out tomorrow. Yeah. Do the math on this. The math that's reported today that Colorado that's Colorado, which we were told by one of your political heroes. We never wanna be them. Okay. According to a release from the state's department of revenue Colorado had one point zero two billion in taxes. That's one point two billion in taxes. With sales, exceeding six point five, six billion dollars for we'd Hello. That would be almost seven billion dollars. In their coffers in their coffers to see his spent any way they want to these states annual budget is thirty billion. That means the contribution from legalized marijuana is twenty one million per month, but we want to be that way. Jeff, we don't wanna be like them. We didn't want to be like them. Can you imagine this rot rally weekend? If marriage you wanna was legal in Texas in Austin. O. M. G OMG. I don't know what portion of the state's budget that makes up but a pretty decent chunk. How can that be bad? Forty one thousand jobs in the state last year, one hundred twenty five million to public school public schools. Twelve billion the projection is a twelve billion per year and state and local revenue. Okay. Yeah. I know. I know the downside is, what again compared to the upside, we don't want to be like damn shoe. There is a downside, but in comparison to the upside, and that's Colorado. And they often will do that on a weekend, and I know they say and I've read they've had some an increase of driving while impaired. But we have not seen the mash carnage that the senators from Minneola and grand berry would like to tell us that it's just, you know, all hell's broken lose. Even if even if there is a negative that comes with this, I'll just assume and play along that there might be something it can't be so awful that it offsets making ten percent of your entire budget. Colorado's annual budget is thirty million the contribution from legalize marijuana about twenty one million per month. Right. So just to saying, is that. Even if you say, well, this is going to happen. Yeah. It might this happening in a negative way. I mean, if and this is a stretch to say, if somebody if more cars, can't keep stay between the lines. And that's an if what about the upside of making all that money and don't say, we don't want the money, really, we've just been through an absolute beatdown on property taxes. What do you mean? We don't want the money. How can we say, we don't want the money? It's not hitting you up for more. It's new right? This is one of those times when you shake the trees and the money comes out. This is a new tree. The Texas budget is one hundred and twenty seven point three billion dollars. One twenty seven billion in Texas is bigger than Colorado. They make Twenty-one Texas makes forty million a month. Wow. Okay. L L. That's good money. Yeah. That is just that's ridiculous. You can get your teeth fixed with that kind of money. It's just it's, it's, it's unavoidable. Again, some of his aren't into it. Some of us probably will never do never do every last one way or another. But the money you would think, and I think this thing is sold so badly that this morality play, when y isn't it a financial play redirecting entire conversation to this unit who, who may take the lead on this, who am I thinking said, oh, dead crew? Bingo, bongo. Oh my gosh, Rafael Rossio crews. He would take the lead in this and say, hey, it's time we make up and have the benefits. Let's control it. Let's get the black market out of let's get the cartels out. Come on. Yeah. Arm-in-arm and his friend AO. See, yeah. You'd have a lot of friends, you have a lot of for new hipster, Rafia Cruz, man. That would be something he's already off to really interesting rebranding effort. Yeah. Or all the term limits is going to be down at a coffee shop. Yeah. And concert T is going to be one in Nevada concert t shirt talking about legalization that new and improved Raphael Cruz. He'll be done at MOS arts on lake Austin later this afternoon. Go down by campus. Go to south Austin? Okay. So we all know about yelp and review sites, which our way of life. We use them. They're an important part of our lives. No doubt, sometimes unfair. But it is what it is right. Yep. This is I think a terrible idea that is petty. So, of course, a lot of people, particularly if you're in the food service industry you feel like you're getting a bum rap. Somebody rips you on yelp. Right. You're in the service industry. I think we all can at some level. Appreciate sometimes it's not fair. You don't like the criticism. But so bit. The question would then be is it a good idea for you to go back online in rip the customers? Well, that's a tough deal. I'm going to send you down. If you're really, really, really truly wrong, and that one review is killing your business. I think that may be the case. But if you waste your time responding to every Yahoo that, that leaves a review your to sensitive. Yeah. I, I think responding at all is unless you're going to say thanks for your response. We'll try to do better. I think going back and fighting people is a terrible idea. Listen to this. This is an it says an Austin waiter has launched a social media page, where fellow servers cannot only commiserate over rude customers, but exact revenge. Oh, exact revenge. That is terrible. I'd I think, Dan, Nieves any VS the Austin waiter created yelp, bullies exposed a private Facebook page yielding a. Conduit for special deliveries to bad restaurant patrons. It was created in April. The close group has seven hundred eleven members and counting. It's.
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