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"monse" Discussed on Just Between Us

Just Between Us

08:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"monse" Discussed on Just Between Us

"But up leading up to it. I was like i don't know well. I think that maybe you know could be helpful that we like. Do start zooming with the people that we hope to see in the future. And if you can i mean in the areas of the world where. It's not freezing to start doing this. Socially distanced outdoor gatherings. I pretty much maintain those throughout. So i think that that helped meal on because living in la i was able to always go to a park. And so yeah. I mean like ivan seen renee in the year because she went back home to massachusetts. I've seen you in ear We weren't you weren't together one year ago today. It's probably the one or no a week. Ago is probably the around the one year anniversary of the last time we were in the same. Yeah wild. I know the casualness with which i used to go and do things like. It's going to be really intense to do. I mean even like i don't own. I was thinking about going to meetings. And how much like. I have a meeting after this and i'll just be sitting in the same spot Like going to meetings. What's that gonna be like. I'm wearing a sweatshirt right now when i go when we go back to in person meetings i need. I need to get like a button-down or just like allowing traffic time. So like for me like going back to school like now. It's like okay. The classes is seven to ten. And that's it but now it's going to be six to eleven. Because i have to add in the driving. You know like maybe go back to that. Maybe we'll still be online. That would be nice. No i think going back to it but so this is the thing now that we've become so used to online. Is it going to be a thing. Where if i wanna hang out with a friend. Are we just going to hop on skype more. So than like like huston lives in l. A. r. frank pearson. But she's like busy. And i'm busy and she saw no script first thing and so like we were. We were going to go on a hike. But now like we're like let's just zoom in ta like maybe but maybe it's more of a mix you know so maybe it's not that big of a deal to have to say. Hey can we just do this. Meeting on zoom versus me. Drive to santa monica which is an hour away But maybe on the days when you can drive way you do. So maybe maybe we'll be finding you know and you know it's really interesting. It's like last night in class. Like what a one of the guys in my class like works at a group home for foster kids and is working during class is like on call like at work and told my teacher was like. Hey i'm gonna have to turn my zoom off. Because i have to drive. I have to drive for work and my teacher was like okay. Be safe it no world. Could he have taken the class in the past and also worked at the same time right but it allows us accessibility where he's able to get his degree while also working at the state during the is awesome. And so i'm like that part of it is super cool so i'm like i don't wanna lose that part of it. Things may be going to change for the better in some ways in terms of accessibility. But also i wanna be. I wanna be at the geico. Something gramatica came out. We got a new lady gaga alba. Been to the west. Hollywood clubs to dance to it. And i i li i want it i think is is. I'm just really worried about my contamination. Ocd where like. I was like wiping some stuff off in my mom was like you know. But they've really proven that. It's not on surfaces and i was like yeah but this is just me and my germ stuff this like. Not corona virus stuff. But it's because. I allowed that leeway to to get into those habits during that time. We thought that it was on services you know so it's gonna be at adjustment period. I'm fearing going back to to school and sitting on chairs. Everyone san on. And like you know. Like because i've i've been able to just be in comfort zones for so long i've been able to justify when i do go somewhere like i went to the doctor yesterday by then came back and showered and i was able to justify that to myself but like in six months a year like can i still justify. That's myself now. I'm gonna have to push through that discomfort. I'm going to have to get back to the the way that. I used to be where i go to the doctor and still be my clothes in my apartment and be fine with that and it's going to be another adjustment but i think we just have to keep in mind that we are flexible. You are navigable and like even with the social anxiety like yes. The first few months might feel weird. But i also think that like all those skills might come back to us faster than we think that they will be spitting in people's mouths the club. It's gonna be okay Me like as someone that like has lower immune system. And i get sick a lot. I haven't been sick in a year and because of this so it has like. I feel like there's things that i've taken from kobe that i will continue to use like I'll probably still wipe down stuff. And i mean i always wash my hands put do it more but but yeah i. I think there's things that the good on both ends of the spectrum like we'll be able to be more social but also like if coffee could have been zoom meeting that i didn't have to drive all the way to the east side thin at properly prefer to do that. Maybe we'll all we should have all been cleaner to begin with you. Know yes maybe and none of us as we should have all been cleaner to begin with. Yeah okay. I'll shower after spitting at everyone's mouth at the club. Sign of use mouthwash before my god. So what are we rate this episode. I'm gonna give this twenty out of fifteen blown. Boats could tell me a better expression that that that means the same thing. I'm happy to use it. I would like you to useful expression. I know we use it a lot. Cook i read it. Eleven out of ten a aging gracefully. Yeah and i'll do. Four out of three spits in the mouth. I want a holden overpriced botka soda. That a bartender. Who's ignoring me made for me. And i wanna pay that person like a million tips for it and i wanna dance with sweaty people. That's what i want. I just i would. I would I'd love to go to a nice restaurant. Yeah that's what. I would like to touch my god. Thank you for listening. Please come back on friday. We'll be joined by julia. Tertius asking some tough questions about cooking. Mental health and body image just between us is the forever dog production hosted by me. Alison raskin and me gabby done produced by melissa de monse produced by bradfo joselito. Alex ramsey brendon burns composed are killer theme music to listen to this podcast at recite up forever. 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"monse" Discussed on Just Between Us

Just Between Us

02:01 min | Last month

"monse" Discussed on Just Between Us

"Rate this way before. Now a new nurse come on. We are bringing you the right stuff. They're going to support us rate us. We are damone as best interview. She decided that she said we're the best interview she's ever done. And she actually said fuck all other interviews so it was really. It was really kick score. Gabby up to score refund and your shoes. Whatever planet you know. This was super fun. Honestly i would do it again in a heartbeat. Where can everyone find out more about you and hire you and biju writings and everything. Well the best place to start is a dates. Inmates podcast which is three hundred and fifty five episodes in every tuesday on whatever podcast pop from. You're on and if you wanna get the free profile starter kick as your profile polished up. You can find that at dates. Inmates dot com where you can also listen to the show. Amazing thank you so much. Thank you just tweet. Us is forever dog production hosted by me. Alison raskin and me gabby done produced by melissa de monse executive produced by bradfo. Joe silio and alex ramsey brendon burns composer killer theme music to listen to this podcast at greece. Sign up for forever. Doc plus at forever dog. Podcasts dot com slash plus check out video clips of our podcast on youtube at youtube dot com slash forever docked team or youtube dot com slash. Just between us show and make sure to follow us on twitter. Instagram and facebook at forever brevard team to keep up with all the latest forever dog news and also at. Jv podcast on instagram at gabby wrote on instagram at alice. Raskin on instagram at emotional support lady on instagram and sign up for alison's patriotic a secret discord wherever..

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Myanmar foreign minister visits Thailand, first trip since coup

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:43 min | Last month

Myanmar foreign minister visits Thailand, first trip since coup

"Has made monse military genta underestimated. Just how strong and sustained resistance can be to the coup. They mounted at the start of this month. The now appears to be a solid disavow civil disobedience movement determined to fill the streets and campaign for the return of the deposed government. Well in response to this the gentrys looking overseas for support. Its foreign minister headed to thailand on wednesday for talks so for more. I'm joined the line by glen. Were robinson monaco's bangkok correspondent has been monitoring the situation for as closely in neighboring men and. Hello glen gadaffi bag. Good morning. just tell us a little bit more about the fact that the foreign minister has traveled is it isn't acknowledgement. Isn't it that men mar has a problem. It doesn't know how to solve well. That is definitely true. i would call in the industry as yet because about a countries around the world and not even recognizing the regime pets representative of for foreign affairs own however some some countries are referring to him. It was a very Abruptly arraigned Anything which was kind of fun on on people. And i think the thais also shell shocked i. The whole thing was put together very quickly. They happen to be also amazing. Raised with the indonesian foreign minister. Who seem to be taking some initiatives to try and organize the ozzy on group of ten countries in south east asia to Try to get together. Mediate with the hundred Which you know. The country is a member of the on and try and get some kind of proposal going So follow the the lines coming out of that kind of shuttle diplomacy highly encouraging because The plan is apparently to propose that The hunter speaks to its earlier. Promised to hold an election within a year and and proceed with restoring democracy. Of course nobody believes them. And there's already been house of dismay from the protest movement in any thoughts plan rented head. What the protest movement want is for the international community not to recognize the winter as a legitimate government and to Don't accept them in As the government of there's some there's some Room for more tension arising from that But yesterday was indeed a very confusing day in bangkok with planes coming. In and out the nation foreign minister here the Foreign policy representative and a lot of speculation about what they were talking about.

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"monse" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

Don't Blame Me!

01:59 min | 2 months ago

"monse" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

"My name is megan joined with my co host. Melissa de monse. Hello my full name. You're welcome. I was going to Say melissa d. mato monster. Because i did see a great Tweet about how like we went from. Having a monster in the white house to having a little monster could lead gaga personal to chew. it made me go Well don't blame me. This advice podcast where we give you fantastic advice. And how do we know it's fantastic. Because we said it is. Now sit down and listen. When you're here we say is by letter. You're at our house. Now buckle up. Sweet cheeks k. k. This device podcasts. And we have no credentials to give advice to be fair to the anyone need credentials to give advice to be. We've been doing it for years so we were. I mean i feel like we have some professional as in professional like adds support this show so therefore if you're gonna pay by something that makes you a professional so lake. We are professional advice. Givers so how soon to get honorary doctorates. Because you know. I want one. I know you want one I think we need to do a lot of volunteer work at a university or or like donate money or i don't know if some of our listeners have like a pool maybe they can help i would. All i want is to have an honorary doctorate without having undergraduate degree. Like i i know but i just i just think that would be very fitting for me that i had an honorary degree. Because i didn't i didn't even do the real one. I would love it. Oh if you wanna call in for an episode give give us a ring. A ding leaving voicemail at three one zero six nine. Four seven six and internationalist nerves. You can record an.

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"monse" Discussed on What Healthy Couples Know That You Don't

What Healthy Couples Know That You Don't

05:11 min | 3 months ago

"monse" Discussed on What Healthy Couples Know That You Don't

"Honesty is very hard to come by in a world where too many people are enchanted by conspiracy. Theories and lies are swallowed whole honesty. Means looking at yourself with some level of self awareness you have to know when to have true remorse and to recognize your own failings which i describe in depth in episode seventy. Three honesty is about reality. Love is about the fantasy of being together. So let's take one all to ordinary example. Your sex life has disappeared and neither of you has addressed it then. Monse evolve in two years. If there is out loud agreement that celibacy is the new norm. Okay but the reality of living without the best free resource for pleasure and never discussing the issues is not okay. There are many examples of silence about important hard things that slowly create a grand canyon of distance instead of intimacy intimacy bills on sharing who we really are and when we disagree it is important to know about instead of pretending. It's okay when it's not silence creates distance. Honesty creates closeness. You can pretend you aren't sharing so you don't hurt the other person which is morally bankrupt short term thinking morally bankrupt. Because you are really protecting you. Not the other person. Long term thinking is to understand the more complex idea that it is only through true that you stop feeding the distance between the two of you make no mistake about it. Relationships are work. Everybody is wired different differently. Just think about the last movie or book. You recommended this. Someone else didn't appreciate. It's how we manage respect for the differences that makes or breaks a relationship even with parenting. That can be true in teenage years. Kids are exploring how they are different. And if you have an obedient team now they may end up far more resentful later testing boundaries. Finding out who they are different from us is what all that painful struggling is about. This is why often say. Respect is more important than love in relationships. respect also leaves room to not like the differences. It bothered me so much. My husband did not read books when we started out and now he's shifted to become a reader. But not because i nagged or whined about it which of course i did. It was a real values collision for me. That reading was not important while it was such a refuge for me. It's values that we collide over. The most respect for the differences is crucial for relationships to work when a decision is important for a couple that disagree respect and the ability to see and try to understand. Their point of view really does matter what matters is softening the hard edges of disagreement and there is only one way to accomplish that. Be willing to talk and talk and talk and talk through the differences. It's the first thing you can do to improve. If the question is should we have kids. It might take a hundred and fifty conversations. Talking is the only way to soften the differences between you. The second thing you can do is be curious. Instead of critical about the differences. Critical illness harnes. The goal again to achieve more respect is to soften hard edges of differences. Too many partners do not recognize the walls. They build by being critical. Good couples. therapy helps you learn more and to be more curious about the differences. Why is love work. you may ask yourself. Joseph campbell described marriage as an ordeal. The beginnings of law are delicious. But it's not the real substance of a relationship..

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"monse" Discussed on Lore

Lore

07:18 min | 3 months ago

"monse" Discussed on Lore

"It had been a full century. Since the boots of their soldiers had tread on european soil. In the early days of the first world war britain had stayed outside the fray watching from the sidelines and planning for an unpredictable future. But of course that's the way of war. Isn't it coping with things. We cannot control with human lives hanging in the balance and august of nineteen fourteen. All of that changed one hundred. Thousand troops from the british expeditionary force landed in france to help hold back the oncoming wave of german invasion. If you read about them you'll hear them described as professional soldiers and some people assume that means battle-hardened then experienced but it just means that they weren't enlisted men called up weeks before most of them had never seen combat in their lives however green they might have been. They were still a welcome sight. They were cheered by fishermen when they landed and praised as they pass through the countryside on their way to the front their help was badly needed and so were their guns. Their destination was an old mining town called months which sat alongside a canal. From what i can tell. Monse was chosen because the canal had to make a few sharp bends around the town creating a little peninsula that gave the french and british strong tactical view of the oncoming germans but the british failed to use that position to their advantage. They made a few mistakes in setting up. I even though a number of bridges connected monster. The german side of a canal. No-one destroyed them and second. That wide view of the other side turned out to have a number of blind spots where hills of mining debris blocked their view and lastly yes that peninsula of land offered them a great position but if the germans managed to sneak around behind them they'd be trapped. Details of the battle itself depends solely on the soldiers who survived when the germans finally showed up said that they marched toward the canal in parade formation like one massive sea of bodies the british had set up heavy machine guns and made quick work of that initial wave mowing them down like a field at harvest time after that though things became much less controllable up and down the canal that stretched out from their flanks. The french troops collapsed quickly and began to retreat deeper into the countryside behind months the british held on his best. They could though but that's when their failure to destroy. The bridges came back to haunt them as the germans advanced. They took bridge after bridge surging into months. The battle was over and the british made a hasty retreat following after their french allies. That's the battle of mons as we know. But there's more because as those soldiers began to return to the safety of french territory. Stories began to leak out. Not just one or two mind you but a whole chorus of whispers all describing the same thing. It seems that the reason the british were able to hold on for so long was that they had been protected by an angel. Most of the stories contained the same details to all throughout the afternoon and evening of the battle of figure could be seen amongst the british troops. It was described as glowing brightly with a golden light and seated upon a white horse. One later description by a soldier who is there says it best. We all saw i. There was a sort of yellow missed sort of rising before the germans as they come to the top of the hill. The next minute comes this funny cloud of light and when it clears off. There's a tall man with yellow hair and golden armor on a white horse holding his sword up and his mouth open as if he were saying. Come on boys. I'll put the kibosh on the devils. How figure was interpreted varied from soldier to soldier. Some assumed it was angel while others were convinced it was saint george. The french soldiers who witnessed it believe the ghostly figure was none other than joan of arc. But what was agreed. Upon was that something was seen and its presence gave them hope and this is what we talked about a little while ago in war with so much fear and anxiety wayne down upon them. It has always been easy for soldiers to grasp for anything that might give them. Hope rabbit's foot a stylized doll or an odd shape in the clouds. I've even read stories of soldiers hiding little scraps of paper in their uniforms papers. That contain significant quotes holy scripture or notes from loved ones but most of the time folklore turns out to be a lot like the wizard of oz. You can see him standing there. But he's really just an illusion controlled by someone else behind the curtain and when it comes to the story of the angel of monse that analogy holds true because it seems something else was going on behind the scenes it turns out that almost all of the reports of ghostly golden figure seemed to arrive in the summer of nineteen fifteen nearly a year after the battle itself now granted the war was still going on and a lot of those soldiers were too busy fighting elsewhere to tell their stories right away but it creates an interesting time line interesting because of what had happened back in england months earlier in september of nineteen fourteen. The london evening times published a short story by a man named arthur machen. He was a well known author whose book the great god pan has been cited as deeply influential to writers like brom stoker and hp lovecraft as well as modern storytellers. Like guillermo del toro and stephen king but this new short story called the bowman at an altogether different sort of influence in it's a group of english soldiers are taking intense artillery fire from german troops and just at the moment when they believe all hope is lost. An electric shock seemed to flow through the english troops. At that moment they looked up to see a line of ghostly figures on their side each with shimmering bow in hand at once. The boman released their arrows into the germans. Helping the english win the day. That story was published just when news reports of the battle of months were sweeping into england. And because so much of machen story sounded similar to the real life events to seem to have become confused in the minds of the general public and well. I think we can see the results. A century later. Historians and experts in folklore moore. What happened to create the legend of the angel of months. But it's clear that machen story and the news reports eventually blended. It was a tale that the english wanted to believe was true and much like a fake. Social media post rides to viral status on the wave of gullibility. Most people swallowed it as fact true or not. The results of the stories impact are clearly documented. It went on to become a major piece of british propaganda during the first world war and assign to the english at least that their cause was the just one at unified people whether they were on the battlefield or not and it gave them.

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"monse" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

04:57 min | 3 months ago

"monse" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"If steelers spyro and pressure dancing on dark male on a longtime like three episodes. I don't know i. I hope we get something with hikari though. I hope it's good. I hope it's better than what we've had. I'd like something to be like. In the top five of our overall ranking because the highest most recent episode is twenty eight in that's in tenth place in our overall ranking like safar over ranking is like the best episode in our overall was episode fourteen. Which is the king of insects clash than fifteen zoom on hammer of lightning and third place was episode twelve lillyman blossoms episode six. That's how like with still going episode from the first like chunk of episodes the targeted kingdom episodes sixteen and episode. Seventeen an episode one which is in like Which is in seventh place in an episode nine and then episode two in the episode seven and then finally episode twenty eight and then episode. Eight is after that. So i feel like i would like an episode to be like in the top five. I need some need something to like. At least be better than episode six or episode one. Because it feels. We'd we haven't had a good episode since the first like chunk weird that we started this show so cautiously optimistic and then very quickly it It proved that our optimism was a bad idea. Yeah like we wouldn't even that optimistic though we like. We still had like low expectations realistic. We'll we'll just enjoying it because it was pretty decent. But i dunno. I feel like the we head out expectations loan. We'll still disappointed. Like i never like expect a lot from digital unlike At monse so much. Because i expected so little from on and then Surprise me malicious surprisingly good. I enjoyed it But yeah i be better digital on. Just please be put like some effort in put like half as much editing as you'll fans do right lazy some even keep doing this like technically animated manga thing and i'll stick with it like i'll make fun of some of the animation errors but that's fine but please put some effort into the writing. I i do not mind animation errors as long as the Scored like appoint the matt in like a ha ha. Look at that. But i won't like it won't be. It'll never hinder like my actual enjoyment l. Never given episode a bad writing with the animation is bad. It'll be something. Bring up. But i'll never liked. It'll never like actually hurt. How much i enjoy an episode..

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"monse" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"monse" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Right now. In downtown San Diego, it is Monse. Beautiful. 53 degrees sun is rising over downtown and it looks absolutely gorgeous. So we got that going for us. Now, Let's get into news about your money with Sully it. 6 52 What's happening, man? Hey, our median home price has now stayed even for three months in a row. Hello? Yeah, it's kind of crazy because you know, by the way, do you know the number now, with $650,000 as a median home price? The fact that that price is not gone up is notable in San Diego County, where we've had substantial games throughout the pandemic. We've increased nearly 6% month to month at one point this summer. S O. Analysts have said that the lack of movement isn't something potential home buyers should celebrate just yet. Not actually actually a buyer's market. It's basically you know, because of low mortgage rates and tight inventory because that will probably continue for the next several months, so on a slow down in winter is consistent with with seasonal trends. So yes, $650,000 are median price three months in a row. Don't think it's going down anytime soon. Daddy says. I guess to be all in mixed direction as like I've slightly right now at 7 12,050. S and P down slightly about 14 points of 37 away. Dow Jones down 100 points at the third of a percent at 30,002 away. This all comes down to investors getting more nervous as the day goes on, that we don't have a stimulus package done yet, which needs to be done by tonight, plus Government shutdown is looming tonight. If they don't get something figured out, so hopefully we'll figure that out sooner than later coming up at 7 20 what to do with the gift card from a retailer that's.

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Lawmaker quits GOP over bid to overturn Biden's win

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

07:49 min | 4 months ago

Lawmaker quits GOP over bid to overturn Biden's win

"The political world has a new independent tonight because earlier. Today republican congressman. Paul mitchell of michigan decided to leave his republican party over trump's efforts to cast doubt on the election. It became clear to me that i could no longer be associated with the republican party. That leadership does not stand up and say the process. The election is over. It's over today. I voted for donald trump. i supported the administration policies. Ninety five ninety six percent of the time the last two terms. I've active in the national state party but this party has to stand up for democracy. I for our constitution. I am not clinical considerations. that's a candidate. Not simply for raw political power. And that's what feels going on. And i've had enough back with us tonight. Robert gibbs former obama campaign senior adviser former white house press secretary under one president obama and steve schmidt longtime political strategist who led the mccain campaign. Who has since left the republican party and among the founders of the lincoln project which set out to defeat trump and trumpism and steve. That's why i'm going to start with you What have they unleashed. I've got a poll to show you fox news poll. Seventy seven percent of trump voters. Feel that the election was stolen from their guy. Then this weekend at a maga- rally in washington a chance starts up. Destroy the gop. What have they uncorked here. How will anyone fix this. And is a guy like mitch mcconnell ready for the consequences. Well let me just say brian. That several years ago a book came out and it was name j winning and he posited that april eighteen sixty five one of the most important historical monse in history. And i think when we look back november. Twenty twenty is going to be such a monte it's a before and after monte hinge in our history and it was the month where faith and belief in american democracy was deliberately premeditatively intentionally poisoned by donald trump by his supporters including many elected republicans in culminating with one hundred twenty six members of congress in eighteen attorney general's signing in a meekest brief. Now it's important to understand that signing got a meek brief was not illegal lack the junk lawsuits. It was preposterous. It was a political statement. It was a repudiation of be bedrock of the american system the idea that a government of the people by the people for the people. The people are sovereign. The people decide who our leaders are in their in tampa to maintain empower defeated in common president over the clear in legitimate. Victor is something that will do to american democracy. What the exxon valdez. Day to alaskan waters deepwater horizon did gulf waters it poisons that fundamental faith and belief which the system can't survive without and then lastly resolved in washington dc. We saw right wing extremist violence with these proud boys. And just because they weren't wearing brown or black doesn't mean that they're not the same people that you saw at nineteen thirty five or nineteen. Twenty seven in italy or in germany is a fascistic organisation. Trying to impose violence political will on the country. We're in a lot of trouble as country after this month of november. And we're going to be fighting this fight for generation and this is the month where american politics relying on one side a pro democracy coalition and on the other side we have an autocratic coalition within that autocratic coalition for example in the house. You have a conservative leader liz. Cheney and you have an autocratic leader kevin mccarthy in the same way that the kansas nebraska wrote the whig party in eighteen fifty four and led to the emergence of a new party. The republican party. I suspect that what we've seen play out over these last weeks with these members signing onto this in time we'll break the republican party into its conservative faction faction but either way we have one institution politically in. This country stands for the ideals of american democracy. And that's the democratic party. You'll political party in the world while you've given us a lot about their can sure on your assessment of april eighteen sixty five the book by jay winnick which i love to and his on my bookshelf. Hey robert think of the senators as i like to call them in the witness protection program. The lamar's the blunts especially the portman. Monds they insist on being upstanding republicans all of them to a man have taken a dive for this president and have sold out their seats and votes. When it's come down to it. How are they going to react. When perhaps as the ultimate extension of trumpism these chance startup about destroying the gop. They didn't make that bargain. They just went along. With a a president occult. They were scared of getting tweeted out. Who doesn't understand that They didn't go along with destroying the party. that got them to the dance will. They didn't brian. But i think they cut a deal essentially with trump and bought something they may not be able to now return Because this is going to land on them. How are they going to sit across from a president. That a seventy seven percent of their own party believes is illegitimate and try to govern the country. It has to start brian with not just a recognition of what happened today at the electoral college. But why and how it happened because of an honest free and fair election fifty some court cases which heard wild accusations about fraud that never got proven and election that delivered a president elected vice president-elect and if they don't begin to explain that to their own voters that this wasn't just a happenstance on a calendar for the electoral college but in fact a result of an election that was had in this country been. They too are going to be able to govern the the idea that this is just making joe biden less and less of a legitimate president and that they own or quite frankly aren't going to feel the effects of this on them. I think you're beginning to see it whether it's chance that you saw in washington whether it's the questions that the senators that are up for re election in georgia are getting they go to these rallies. They pitch their candidacy for a vote. And then somebody says what. Are you doing to protect democracy for the presidential campaign and if they don't start to let the air out of that balloon in a real way. Nobody's gonna come vote for them and january because nobody's going to have confidence in the system even their own base.

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"monse" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

Don't Blame Me!

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"monse" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

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"monse" Discussed on Masters Decoded

Masters Decoded

07:40 min | 5 months ago

"monse" Discussed on Masters Decoded

"You're listening to masters in us. Servings i'm your host and the chief gonna through this podcast i bring in gas. Were successful in a different to decode and map couric and journeys with the hope. That all our learnings around is changing exponentially and out the impact off artificial intelligence technology and other socioeconomic factors have either influence our enhanced my guest korea's in today's episode. I have invited. People signing book is a self-made enterpreneur. Who from a humble beginning is now leading successful health tech. Start up call. Helton's helen's is funded by yuvraj singh himself and plays an important role in endorsing the sources from helen's in addition to the spot costs i would also like to share the big news with mindlessness in the last nine months across the journey of masters steve. I personally have enjoyed the journal. I wanted to share that with this episode. The first season comes to an. I'm going to be back with the more interesting content of masters decoded. I would like to personally thank you for all the words of encouragement reviews and comments. The episode would continue to be made available on all the prominent china's and stay for you to explore and enhance so without further ado. Let me get on with threes. Last episode of season. I e book. Welcome to masters decoded parkas cds really glad to have you on the show. Today i knew schedule harry having here likewise the word unprecedented times is being too much used in the last nine months but and many of us who are at home or Insuring that saf but this unprecented has really changed the way your business is and if you can share what how the unprecedented times has really reshaped your business and your career would love to your that. I so yes as you saw into what health and Basically agung and get an estimate from border responsibilities It also comes off styling for in december fifteen months when this thing started thinking. Yeah that problem you down and it actually happened. Monse spend a sense and then get enough so people have been part of that. Okay we are these by coming right up and all these on the field but there wasn't challenge at this point to finally off that's got the morning radio guys to be on the scene for stopping them not to go out The ones who home and Somebody somebody who's sitting only asking got them on time but If you go out got a job and if you out That you don't want somebody that's the first challenge that buffets and To that talent north for your engine media hang thing. I remember the basketball. Basically a on your phone and used to right over that has given theft and i have to be on i and everybody based on that and that's Feeling of being on the even from that like that a lot of the band are you find out and see these boss and getting that out about and nor of probably on that bad or even stuff. By the time to get through be temporary nonimmigrant lab Saugus in and out Used to from five. Am midnight In these and i'm this finding being stopped i think For me trump on the trump he thinking of mine steam engine and from then to that. Because i'm doing off in keeping that hackneyed. Smoking have to be working. There's something that. I actually changed to a large amount of publication We actually bug leave hospital. The next ten years from the time. Not go out because Even know that he wants to out on this has link may yes sports too much so i think the man that'd be wanting to spread it out adam union and be back home Definitely before somebody understand it has actually no didn't happening off excellent Of i have understood this that you want. And then my dad can actually but by he and i kind of certain happening in and You've actually seen the hundred hundred and ninety percent from peak levels I'm just playing. That me has seen the business. How and actually going more in the next one So talking about and something that caught my attention right now And i know that is not how you started your entire enterpreneur journey. You said you're a health care professional and you have to come to work but you're not by design by background a healthcare profession. You had your first company at a very young age which was completely different than what you're currently doing. Is that correct. And what was that company all about. And what were you doing then. I my good here back in nineteen now. I think it was a running. Because i've only do something quite unusual and got my family situation. Also i knew that I have a lot of time of actually spending a lot of time thinking about figuring out how benkenstein lending money Actually that'd give me a lot of automatic who actually started working on something The softer i love interest. In the time i used to be in does not spam and i did my My computer business might be okay and at that. Time doesn't housing.

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"monse" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

05:32 min | 7 months ago

"monse" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"But that's fine. Like it's dead. It's over done with the nuggets are going to move on and I think the bigger problem for the Nuggets is they need to figure out what the fuc to do in Jamal Murray's minutes off-court like Jamal Murray play for 4 minutes last night the Nuggets won those minutes by sixteen points, Jamal Murray was off the court for four minutes last night. They lost those minutes by eighteen points took the whole game. The game me is so much bigger of a deal for Denver. They need to figure out like I know that Montana went like three or four and had nine points, but like he was just not good enough defensively like it's why I think in part and like look PJ Dozier plays the wing more than he plays the point for them. But like, you know, they do often go with those two point guard lineups with Jamal Monta like, I think that's part of why the dog Up tossing PJ in there. They just felt like they weren't getting enough from Torrey Craig and monse Morris. Yeah, and I think really the guy I'm really looking at that would have had to have stepped out stepped up more in that scenario is Gary Harris..

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"monse" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"monse" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"But I do agree that I think if it came down to them knowing they were last, I do feel like switching they did was also the leniency of, like, hey, we're in the lead, we can take this time to do this, no problem. I wonder if they know that they were in a relationship last place if they would have pulled an Afghan. Animals like we just got here. I don't know what's going on either. Let's look together. Yeah. And I two point that you made about them being cold as important because almost all the examples that I pulled up there, pretty much all them. The teams were exhausted and feeling terrible and their reigns were not thinking clearly, and you could see it in Britain, Chris, Chris is the second time. They went back to the water, they had that look in there. Even when they went back to the poem, this look like I'm in this nightmare, that I can't get out of they didn't have this look like we're going to grind grit through this. This is not picking on them this day to their credit. They finished the leg. A lot of teams would have just been like I'm going to sit on the beach fill come and get us race Canada three and just quit the task. They didn't do that, though, taking a penalty. None of that. They powered through, and I don't I don't they weren't close to winning. But I don't think they were like six hours behind or something. You could say I mean bread even said this of like you could see the beer. Here imprint size and be like let me just go back to the beach, and just hang out with those people. I don't care if the drinks are fake. I just wanna get out of this dam water. Like I'll say out here. That's what he said, at the that was a fun running through line of the episode with breads talk about beer, which is suspect. He probably mentioned it many, many more times than we heard. Let's go to the other side here. Let's talk about poetry in motion, because my God, I don't know who came up with this. If this was a task that they were sitting on for a while. But thank the amazing race on for this because this is ridiculous. Dan, in the best way possible. I love this task. This is what I what I mentioned, I picture major as Canada is having something like this. I could picture. You saw fill out there with multiple people holding up to season like he shot the crossbow in the last episode, he knew that a Johnny Monse was a his bum a little bit..

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"monse" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"monse" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"We miss a really good opportunity with him at the breeder stuff. And nothing gets the winner by any means, but he was really on top of the game when I took him there. And then he got sick. But his worst doing to that. And you know, the weren't before to works back before he ran he he worked, but he didn't gal out. Exactly strong our like to him. So that's why I sent Johnny up there working the Saturday before he ran any went and good and a gal out good. And and so that's why sided to go running. But I think this sort of the way the race came up, you know, Spencer, the track had been sort of tying all we probably I probably haven't gotten enough into him. And you know, almost kind of step up this program. We'll bit. I'm still pointing for the us have all been right? I would like to see that your bodily a little bit more and physically his amaze may fol, but you know, good things with him. If and you know, this is not what I'm hoping by any means. But with Mr. phase should if we're not we're not over right track. There's no pressure to to do anything. But the right thing about about. Horseback. He told me for the race last Saturday said, you know, I've Bentley we need we have to run again till dex fall. You know? But you know, they we all know he's been in the business for all the time. I got a great understanding board faced a lot of horses and a lot of very good ones. So, you know, there's no pressure whatsoever to. Make derby or even the pound us. But I'm sure hoping to use up your Bank to make the derby over on the right trail. But you know, I think I'm gonna have to go to train a little bit harder and hope hopefully takes it, and, you know, hopefully, maybe throughout so so we'll just have to see that looking forward to getting him back in the fountain of youth, certainly via certainly plenty of time. There's plenty of points to a crew, and, you know, you'll you'll know I think everybody will know based on you know, what you do with them where you stand. It's easy easy to terp. You're not you're an open book on that. If if there if you think they've got a chance they'll be there. If you don't they won't. Well, that's true. Talking to Johnny more than once rates. You all he doesn't just to. He's a lot better than that. So. But like say if you know we'd love to get there. If we thought we had a big chance, but we're not going to do anything sacrifice. You know, we don't think we've got a big chance. Well, speaking of classic horses, and and relations that you make me think of asking for an update on personal time who is going to break his maiden the feels like he's one of these horses. This is orbs brother just kind of needs the right situation. But some thoughts out of the most recent tribe born is try, but you know, seventy was backing up. And I don't think that's what he wants. By means, you know, probably try to we try the horse that was the winter of Monse. And you know, he brought the whole way we tried him. And you know, we were just we were just second best, but you know, very anxious to run him around two two turns. But to turns dirt as we. All know right now is not these thing to get to go. And it wasn't even close down here. So I had just sorta sacrifice a little bit. And, you know, raise back in for Dave worry going a mile sixteenth, which would be to Tarzan hair, which I think would be a pretty good indicator. In fact, he just worked at tasting this morning, and but he denies looking horse. He's always act like he has until about all the second one race where he was second here. Last year was very good race. I can't remember oh came beating about. Oh, the the horse of of Mazda jug Mont beating the the next time. I don't think that they would rather raise it they offer. And so we gave some time. And I think it'd be fine. And I mean, I hate to say this, you know, we're gonna all have to find out about it drives too. So. We're gonna rise up there with him to to find out if possibility maybe this weekend to working with pace on the grass to see what he does..

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"monse" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"monse" Discussed on Keep It!

"Deadman has an incredible life you'd be a fool to shit on sediments life segments. Life is unfunny being believable. He's got figured out. We're all little bit like Oprah. We're wise. Yes. We're not really convinced Lindsay. Lohan is okay. That's right. And God damn it. Love bread. So anyway, just like my podcast nemesis. Oprah we want to share some of our favorite things. I was hoping that we would share like products like I'd get some of them for free. But that in really workout out so head has Toyota. Yeah. Right. I okay what she gave away. Yeah. What was it? That's now. Thank you. Oprah's handmaiden for note NATs. Hit me up. Sweet green. We eat romaine again. So it's good. I know, you know, ordered post mates from late. I will not be shamed. And I come pose mate person. And said you can't order it in the app, but supposedly has remained back is bad me some let. Yeah, I was looking through my old tweets for tonight. And I found a picture of sweet green salad, and I guess we had a remain recall earlier this year, and I said if I die. We're sure. I knew that guacamole greens. When you're in romaine do as the Romains wish I wish you didn't say. Part of it. This is. In the people wanted people are building windows to in this room. So anyway, Keira. Yes. Louis. What was your favorite feuds this year? People were fighting the girls were fighting, obviously, my favorite feed was Cardi. And Nikki, obviously anytime there's mystery and intrigue. Yes, I mean, it just was it was such a it was a. It was the underdog. It was Cardi coming through I early in the beginning of this year. Or last year? I was like Cardi is going to have the number one song in the country. Geometry, people told me I was wrong. How many people doubted me came up to her on the street and said, no? And then she unseeded Taylor. Motherfucking swift number one with bodak yellow, and it makes me feel good because I feel correct because I loved party when she was a stripper and the Bronx with an Instagram page, and I loved her and she spoke to me because she said a hoe never gets cold. And I thought you were right. I don't get cold as I say outside these clubs and my body congresses at age twenty four. So you something like white people saying that they heard vampire weekend on. We all had. Okay. I'm fine with that. I love it Cardi is so herself doesn't give a shit in came through just with like receipts in just didn't care and was like Dickie was mean to me and try to take my money and did her Instagram videos, those nails, and I end it just had so many layers. You know was the Instagram videos. It was the secret Twitter likes. It was a shoe. Throwing it just it's podcast appearances. It just gave me media on this one. Not this one gave me levels. No, my favorite rapper is Taylor swift. So you've offended, okay? Monse peralta. Oh, yeah. Sure. I love a PS one member that pretty well. You play devil dice NPS one. Listen. I advocate love Cardi. Yes. I am. I love Cardi's presence. I'm all about it. I get the sings I stream them, obviously, I know Nikki is the better rapper. But Cardi's a better personality. I'll say also Mickey was like the number of people that are like she's been mean to me. No one saying that about Cardi cartridges out here on a private jet in crab, just trying to like live her life. They're beautiful trial like it. She's just he's busy getting flute out. Here's my Nikki is pressed but also good at being pressed. So I don't know where I fall on her like, I'm excited look at look at some album sales. Okay. I didn't know the sounds. Who had a number one single? Dragged people for album sales because one stand Rita or that's true. And and to beyond cells are bad since she went with her husband's damn streaming survey, a different I just I think I think it was actually it was actually kind of interesting because Nikki has like more of the cloud in the power and whatever, but it's a Cardi was just like booking cool. And like you've bell it when she was when she was like doing integrator, you're like, oh, she just picked up her phone and did an Instagram video. She didn't call anyone her publicist or watching it real time with us..

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"monse" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"monse" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"Well that's okay but that doesn't really sound equal to me and you and i guess i was asking you why why is that equal because that doesn't sound like a quality to me explain to me how it is were equal as a heterosexual person so i just was trying to get to charities from i got it i don't necessarily understand your resp monse i maybe i'm not supposed to but i'm trying to all right let's move on does that make sense yes okay and similar news kendall jenner is on the new cover of vogue magazine where i i was surprised by this like it's weird because in a back in the day i used to do things i don't do anymore and one of the things i used to do that don't do anymore is out celebrities and it's bizarre in the interview they asked kendall jenner about gay rumors i would think even asking celebrity about gay rumors is almost a way of outing them are forcing them to address a topic they don't may not want address may there's like some preconception that it's okay to ask women that but if it were a guy shouldn't ask that or whatever but once again i believe in equality and if we're not gonna ask a guy that i don't think we should ask kendall jenner about gay rumors either i don't think it's anybody's got damn business and i don't care if you're doing an interview or not if you wanna bring it up somehow on your own and you know that's part of your agenda when you're going to talk to vote but that's not a vogues goddamn business and you i don't know.

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Syrian army cleaves rebel enclave in eastern Ghouta

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Syrian army cleaves rebel enclave in eastern Ghouta

"I'm rene monse good morning president trump held a rally last night in pennsylvania there's a special election there were the republican candidate is in a surprisingly tough rates also on the call ian guns in america we hear from threegun owners who've been thinking a lot about the role dense play in american life hollywood heavyweights donate a big bucks to start times off the campaign to fight sexual harassment in the workplace how that money is being spent and the breeder's the lie up that hit a big in the early nineties has recorded their first album in 25 years it sunday march xi two thousand eighteen news is next law from npr news at washington on trials snyder the syrian government assault on the rebelheld enclave of eastern gouda is continuing today with airstrikes in fierce fighting on the ground the two largest rebel groups in eastern kuta vowed to resist the army's offensive but the bbc sebastian osher reports they've lost more than half of the enclave's territory in the past couple of weeks of fighting the syrian government says it seized move in half of easton gouta in this ferocious threeweek assault moving one thousand civilians have already been killed that will more casualties of the night his as strikes continued despite residents taking refuge in that basements the most intense battles seems to be on the eastern edge of the area still under rebel control this is the stronghold of one of the two main rebel groups failed at a rough men part of the free syrian army there are reports that local leaders on the go sheeting and evacuation deal for one of the towns that feyler corrupt man has denied this vowing to fight on as the fighting in eastern gouda intensifies defense secretary james mattis as warning the syrian government against the use of chemical weapons mattis told reporters traveling with him in the middle east said he's aware of unconfirmed reports of the use of chlorine gas president trump took his message on his terrace he's planning to impose on steel and aluminum imports to pennsylvania steel country spoke last night in western pennsylvania at a campaign rally a moon township aimed at boosting the republican candidate in tuesday's special election for a house seat when we start running in can you believe it two years from now is going to be key america gray exclamation point cape america trump spoke about the.

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"monse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"monse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News in the new york conversation this is weekend edition from npr news i'm rene monse hain filling in for lulu carciom borrow this week and it is time to play the puzzle joining me is bill he's puzzle editor of the new york times and weekend additions puzzle master good morning good morning rene welcome back thank you it's good to be here and this exciting news you're a clue on jeopardy unless thursday night on double jeopardy it was for two thousand dollars don't know if you saw the category was i am not a practising lawyer mbakwe was ten years after graduating from virginia law he was the puzzle master on npr's weekend edition and i'm happy to route to report i was answered correctly so two thousand dollars had upside that's it and will the big surprise for me from this jeopardy clear was that e you went to law school which i i never realised there most people don't know that because they don't talk about it but i do have a j d from virginia and i also have the world's only college degree in in a g metality from indiana university it's uh quite the combination we should make you plus a mess okay well remind us of last week's challenge yes it came from listener peter collins of ann arbor michigan i said name a famous singer first and last names changed the last three letters of each name to an e and you'll name a wellknown landmark what is it well the singer's whitney houston and you make that change you get white house how cool is that um is that reagan it was a big hit actually be got over 1200 correct responses are randomly selected winner is erin morris from ventura california congratulations and erin i i have some inside knowledge about you which is that you started doing puzzles that a very young age yeah um uh he used to be a traditional tell me that we are going to choi grown prints from a dinner on punters and you shouldn't have been doing good new york turn 100 crush repugnant sitting on flap um and you're watching do the council and try and then that could and it was just it was.

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"monse" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"monse" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Next question with give a lesson my name is theresa even and i'm from monroe north carolina does the president have access to the nuclear codes that he could launch a weapon without additional approval once safety mechanisms are in place for the codes you're in what's called the nuclear footba that's the thing that travels with the president everywhere he goes it was not shape life of all right no no it's not but say the president learned of an attack the person carrying the football whose vetted by the way by the fbi the secret service and the department of defense would show the president's options whether he should attacked by sea air whatever and then the president has a device which is called the biscuit which is like the credit card and it shows that he he is the actual president and then he gives the order to use the weapons and he can launch close two thousand warheads in minutes after that there is no veto power under the law the military must carry out the president tiller we the what happens if say a president is in no condition to make that kind of decision let's say he's drunk or or otherwise impaired now that's a question that's been asked for decades and actually some members of congress are asking at again theoretically the secretary of defense could refused to pass the order down the line of command but that would be illegal maybe even treasonous there have been reports in the years since richard nixon since death that his secretaries of defense and state james lessner and henry kissinger were worried about the president's drinking and his general state of mind and that they conspired to make sure that no one carried out the president's orders ban nuclear weapons without checking in with one of them if that's true it was illegal that's incredible now finally we're have this quick question from ben monse in stormlike iowa he asks is it literally a red button that would be pushed ally the same question now nobody wants no buttons it all of any color just the president's word and a biscuit thank you so much gochi good to be with you that's commentator cokie roberts and you can asked cokie your questions about how politics and government work by emailing us at ask cokie at npr dot org or by tweeting asked the hashtag ask cokie mm so.

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"monse" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"monse" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Uh we don't think twice about it because unfortunately people don't think twice about inmates out all too often in our our state legislatures so your point is well taken and and i appreciate your comment uh joseph in alta monse new york joseph you're on the earth congressman polk in high congressman hi tom my question is pretty simple i seem to think this attack will be used to stop town halls throughout america by corrupt politicians and the whole purpose of the town halls is should put them in check to make sure we know what they're doing to make sure they understand we know what they're doing this doesn't seem to be good i mean this is going to be way to create so much security around everyone no one's going to be able to question them anymore what do you think i mean my attitude on something like this is all the more reason we have town halls and show that you know you're not gonna let something like this disrupt the the democratic process and disrupt amac receive so all the more important we continue to engage of their constituents because you know if you think of it there was the uh gaby gifford case but that's been quite a while ago in doing general um we have some level of of law enforcement at these town halls anyway so we have some protections in place um i i did one in uh actually jeans bill um area in rock county at the tech college where right after they had someone who had threatened to do some shootings in they're still looking for the person at the time we had extra secure but if you don't show up as somehow you're letting people like that win so i think it's it's all the more reason for us to make sure that democracy still functions like democracy and that means you have town halls and talk your constituents in this doesn't become something that stops us from doing i think our our duties rich and cetera willie washington you're on your on the air with carson okay good morning congressman odd when you're showing single payer to the shoes to the voters don't you think it's a better idea to revert to a as sure because you're going up you have the corporate sheriffs and now you're comparing apples to apples when you say health care that means a lot of things a lot of people whereas you insurance with a.

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