35 Burst results for "Moshe"

"moshe" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:35 min | 2 months ago

"moshe" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Code applies to any product. Again, that is sugar break dot com slash drew and code drew for 15% off. But I'm running out of time. I want to get to a couple of things really quick. Are you guys familiar with Renee Gerard? Mimetic desire, this theory of you might look into that. If you're not familiar, it doesn't work to go down the path, but his essential frame is a weird theory, but it at its core, it's sort of envy jealousy as the primary motivator of human behavior. And that if somebody wants something that automatically makes another person want that same thing, that there's always this sort of conflict around. And there's a lot of I'm sure you're wearing a lot of psychological data around happiness and comparing people to one another and the famous capuchin monkey experiment where the monkey throws the grape back at the, you know, he's willing to he's willing to forgo a reward if he can punish the other guy, which is I think some of what you were talking about with the trust game, right? Isn't that kind of in that game? Those issues? Yeah, yeah, it shows up in games, just like that. That's right. This idea that sometimes will harm ourselves in order to punish somebody else if they were mean to estimate us. Didn't act in a way that, you know, we found we liked. I mean, sometimes it's being not pro social. Sometimes it's just having something we don't have. And it's envy. It's pure negative emotion. But just wanted to say, I've got about 5 more minutes. And I wonder if you want to say a little more about that because these things all kind of, I don't know quite what the point is I'm making except these notions and observations are flying around in my head when you talk about the trust game. And you want to go first. Because I've not asked you a question. I'm just leaving it open for comment. If you guys are anything more to be said about the trust game, I guess. Talk about my use of experiments or fairness or justice. No, in other words, is there anything? Well, let me ask you a straight question. Do you feel you've learned anything from laboratory study of things like trust game that is an insight into humanity that the average person doesn't know? Yes. Okay. Wow, where would I begin? I think you sounds like you have it. Well, I mean, I have quite you're welcome to add afterwards, maybe. Which is one thing that book tries to do is we take, we take puzzles and oftentimes the well documented puzzling aspects of our beliefs and preferences. And then we try to explain it using these insights from game theory. And where do we get those puzzles oftentimes by looking at these experimental games? So these experimental games are usually really, really good at honing in on interesting, quirky, hard to explain aspects of our preferences. Why would you be willing to throw away a great just because the guy next to you got one. Got one that was better. Yeah. And like that's a weird aspect of our preference is that it took a really nice experiment for the song to get it. That is how to design document that word aspect. It doesn't explain it. And so that's why we usually try to come in. We try to then build up a model to better understand where those preferences are coming from. But those games are usually great at telling us and documenting those puzzling assets. And what did you learn? And then pull the curtain back. Pull the curtain back. What did you see? What did you learn? What do we need to know? I think it depends on the domain. So there's the use of the experiment that mode just referenced and the other one is that because you have so much control on an experiment, you can often then check your explanation. So if you think that, for instance, the reason people are behaving in a principled fashion is because of trust, then you can put them in environments that where trust is more or less important, and you can check to see whether they engage in the behavior more. And so for instance, this particular experiment that Moe described earlier, I think it does really open your eyes to the fact that this behavior that is really intuitive and that you're engaging in without thinking about. In fact, kind of by definition, actually has this underlying function that's hidden from view movement. That's right. So most people, most of your listeners who've read clients, think about it, it's just like, well, that's just how we're all that it works. So that's just like the right way to be gay. And what we're trying to do is say, okay, but that came from somewhere. Where could it have come from? Well, here's one possible. It comes from trust and the way that trust works. And here's an experiment that helps demonstrate that. All right, that's good. So in other words, rather than being day ontological, that morality exists out there and we can access it through reason. You're taking it more somewhat more social, well, anthropological biological perspective that has a source. And I would agree with that. I would agree with that. Well, gentlemen, and I will adopt your nicknames mo E, thank you very much for joining me. I really appreciate it. The book, again, is hidden games, the surprising power of game theory to explain irrational human behavior. A couple of things I didn't get to is why is love blind? Is that in the book or is that something I have to bring you back to discuss? You have to bring it back. All right, I have to bring you back to discuss it when the book comes out. Again, a website or anything else for you guys where you want to refer people? Yes, and if you Google us, we will come up because there's only one person named Arizona in the world and Moshe Hoffman is pretty good at his showing up on.

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Is 5G Really Fulfilling Its Promise?

The 3:59

02:10 min | 11 months ago

Is 5G Really Fulfilling Its Promise?

"So about five. Jesus stands today because it's been deployed in various bands around the world. Obviously if you watch. Tv or listen to radio you hear commercials about how amazing five g. is from all your carrier partners brian in. At and t. I'm curious after spending years of development in hearing the hype and the the interest in technology. Now that it's out there and others live do you feel like five g. has has met. That promise has met that hype. That sort of erupted a really in the years before this thing got rolled out five gene. Really well actually with some measurements just for all west some holiday but we want to not only test your lab we just went to some all poetries A few than these measurements. It's ridiculously good. That's of course or deployed factor system. Right i think the us because of a spectrum allocation was seeing these super nice meeting you too deployment but also the a lower frequency Rising at and t. mobile sketches message tens of billions of dollars scholar spectrum where super exciting. Us visa why area deployment will also come up very soon right so but in some earlier market at oddity loyd is really amazing. Compared to out he's almost Time sir ruble. So that's the that's super fast and also you know we've seen a huge pickup now on bolsa each site in for for cars smart transportation really. These market is picking up five g. based on the alert to infrastructure on al-kadra car on communications now Up which is car person to edition. Communications who improve the safety and also smart factory site. We are collaborating You know we sell moshe. Seamen's a some of the leading manufacturers. You're testing out of the factory capability

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Comedian Moshe Kasher on Being Home Alone... With A Kid... For A Month

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Comedian Moshe Kasher on Being Home Alone... With A Kid... For A Month

"Natasha is at the end of the month. For a full month she is headed to atlanta to go host a cooking show. I will be all alone with my child for it is my right yes okay. I will be all alone with my child for one full month. And i am stoked i am. It's going to be fun. We're going to chill dude. You're gonna come home she's going to have one matted dreadlock. I'm not gonna calmer here the whole time you're gone. I'm gonna feed mac and cheese for thirty straight days l. Give like top. Ramen is going to be a lot of rahman going

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The Six Day War: On the Seventh Day

The Jewish Story

02:07 min | 1 year ago

The Six Day War: On the Seventh Day

"In the six day war begs the question of what happened on the seven day. And if you're a jew like me. Relationship between six and seven is far from neutral. It of course brings to mind this notion of chabad the seventh day that brings sanctity meaning brings rest into the activity of creation. That relationship between six and seven isn't just between sort of doing and being the six days of work in the seventh day of rest. Although we shouldn't miss that it is also an opportunity to understand nature. What's called an emergent property. There's something which you can only know. Once the structure is in place. There's some aspect of an event which you can only understand once it's over and we can truly begin to consider the meaning which emerges now that we have. It's homeless in place now at meeting of course is always going to be defined in derived in the present and in the present. We're going to look back on an event like the six day war and we're going to understand it an in turn how we understand it. Now cause us to interpret the events of the past and since all meaning is future-driven we all have a vision of where we're trying to get to that deeply colors who we are right now. Which in turn is the lens through which we see what's come before. Well then that means in our case the best place to start with the framing of the massive victory in the two thousand six at yar to the set of sieben or as we say in the non jewish calendar june fifth to tenth ease with its name. Now good tradition. Has it that defense minister. Moshe dayan was the first to actually label. Israel's victory as the six day war and it's no secret that the name was deliberate effort of the six days of creation. Like i said his hope and the hope of so many of his peers with indeed. Everything was now different that the war created a whole new world. And of course what one believed that that new world looks like or at least to look like is going to depend much and how the understood the old one.

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COVID and Chronic Disease Management With Moshe Pinto, CEO at WiderCircle

Outcomes Rocket

02:17 min | 1 year ago

COVID and Chronic Disease Management With Moshe Pinto, CEO at WiderCircle

"Today i have the privilege of having moshe pinto and the show. He is the ceo at wider circle. When he launched the company they set out. They set out to really on a mission to find a better way to help. Americans thrive at any age over the course of his journey. His team has learned that the most effective approach to enabling better health and independence is to integrate support and services at the community level. Made easier for neighbors to take the best care of each other. They're working on some incredible things with health plans. Nationally to connect members with family members to inform support and motivate our most vulnerable populations We're going to have a great discussion with him today. His background is has been in healthcare with various companies developing solutions for chronic care conditions. And so with that. I wanna i wanna welcome. Moshe to the podcast. Thanks so much for joining us. X-l-e-a-r having it's a great pleasure to be here with me today yeah absolutely moshe and so you've got a really you know community based way of making things happen. You know for care coordination for for population health. And so i love to to learn more about you. And what inspires your work in healthcare. Yes we know what inspired my work in healthcare is several things it starts with the fundamental belief that health is a foundation for satisfying and fulfilling life. And when your health. He's taken away from you. Life could never be good. And the as i thought where i would want to apply my talent. I thought that focusing in an area that is as important for equality of life was was more important than that ensuring that a commercial surveys works better or reaches more people. So that's i in the in the second personnel experienced a m- originally from israel israel. We have a draft and serving in the israeli army thought me that healing is much much harder than than hurting and dad operations or the rate at which we do things at the real world move at the pace of trust

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The History and Development of Oral Torah: Roman Rule and Rabbinic Reconciliation

The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

01:58 min | 1 year ago

The History and Development of Oral Torah: Roman Rule and Rabbinic Reconciliation

"We have been discussing the background of the writing of the mishna. We outlined the process of oral torah as it was given to us by moses and it seemed like we have a very good system but in the second center of the common era a fateful decision was made to codify the oral torah and to write down the michener and the question that we have been talking about the last couple of weeks is why would the jews change such a great system. Why would they alter the system of moshe and install a new system the codification of the oil tower and the writing. Down of the mishna. So we talked about last time. How the second temple period was difficult on many fronts. We have the rise of the healthiness. And the sad jesse's there's all manners of internal discord. We have brutal hostile foreign rule. We have regular assassinations of rabbis. We have the loss of prophecy as well. Things were quite tenuous but they are about to get even more tenuous during this era during the era of what we call the zoo gross when the jewish people were led by two twin titans. Five of them over the course of several centuries something happened that was unprecedented in jewish history namely there wasn't unresolved mclucas. There was an unresolved dispute all five of these pairs of sages wrestled and debated with the permissibility of doing smi placing your hands on top of a sacrifice on yom tov. Is that permitted junior twelve or is that considered forbidden work.

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The History and Development of Oral Torah

The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

01:47 min | 1 year ago

The History and Development of Oral Torah

"The oral torah is a system. that's both dynamic yet stable if they namic critters new eat it. A new laws that are added to ensure that the tour is being maintained over the centuries but the interpretation of the written torah that part of oral torah to understand the meaning by the tauro that remains the same and were keeping the tower moses adding to it when this and hedren sees fit and the systems working now. It's important to stress that there is a prohibition. It's mentioned three times in the tora. There was a prohibition against adding or subtracting from the torah. You cannot make a new mid song yet. Apparently it seems like these. Rabbis are coming up and making all kinds of new mid snows on their own. If you cannot alter the torah on what grounds can. The rabbis may decrees and ordinances. How does rabbinic law coexist with the prohibition of and deducting subtracting from the tomorrow so. This question is addressed by the rim bond in the book of deuteronomy chapter four. That's the first three times where talks about not to add nor subtracts from the torah and he tells us two points says number one. This in itself is a tower. Spa tara tells us tells an address that you must add new edicts and ordinances when it is necessary however there is a condition that you may not institute a new mitzvah or new. Ordinance ordered a decree and presented and portrait as if it is part of what god gave moshe.

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The History and Development of Oral Torah

The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

03:13 min | 1 year ago

The History and Development of Oral Torah

"Today i wanna understand the history of the transmission tower and a little bit about the nature of the transmission and the perpetuation of torah. How torah evolve. How tour was innovated. How torah change for moses until today of course that's a big subject and we're gonna only take a small piece out of it because it's very vast but we're going to give the the outline of how torah change and how it developed until today Mental today but give the the the inside the big picture of how these things work now. The first mission on practice of os tells us that the torah was transmitted from osha at sinai motion gets from god and then he passes it off to joshua with this means is that moshe passed the baton of leadership the responsibility of maintaining the accuracy in the perpetuation. The torah he passed onto the next leader of the generation namely to joshua and after tasha chorus he led the people with great skill and he passed onto the elders and the elders to the prophets and the prophets. Pass it onto the men of the great assembly. This mission of the first michigan avas actually covers around the thousand years from the time of moshe until the beginning of the second temple era around three hundred and fifty years before the common era rambam actually enumerates a more comprehensive list. He gives us the forty generations all the way from moses until arrive ashi the compiler of the babylonian talmud now over the course of these centuries and these generations we're gonna have change the torah development innovation of the torah learn about the dynamism of torah. What changed and of course what. Stay the same. And i think this will illuminate are subject in general the divinity of torah and thrilling understand. The relationship with we have today the core of which we got from moses at sinai and all the things that were added and what is the nature of those things that were added. And how does it relate to us today so we spoke about moshe already in the past. He of course received the torah sinai. Anything just get the laws. He got the details the principles the nuances and over the course of the forty years in the wilderness. He conveyed those principles and those details the people but the tells us that there were parts of moshe's transmission that he did not receive from god. The thomas in the of shabas page thirty a moshe rubbing mozart master. Gaza are comedies aeros. He decreed several decrees and he enacted several ordinances and behold they are upstanding there immutable forever. This i think adds another layer to our discussion of torah.

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Israel Begins Phased Reopening To Citizens With Proof Of 2 COVID-19 Shots

All Things Considered

03:38 min | 1 year ago

Israel Begins Phased Reopening To Citizens With Proof Of 2 COVID-19 Shots

"Life might be like as the pandemic lessons. It is vaccinated a higher portion of his citizens than any other country, about a third of had both doses. And this week is real started opening new doors to people who've had their shots. NPR's Daniel Estrin reports that includes places like gyms and the theater. Many businesses in Israel still aren't ready to open. But it's opening night at the first Israeli Indoor theater to put on a play after months of lockdown, Adam thinking and usher at Jerusalem's fun theater checks, tickets and something called a green pass, just taking their green a passport. It's called Check that they have been vaccinated or that there were sick and then the better Israelis one week after their second shot or recovered from the virus can print out a government issued green Pass. With their I d number and a Q R code. This is all very new. The Usher doesn't have a scanner, so he holds up the pass and asked the mostly senior age theatergoers. To recite their I d numbers by heart to make sure no one's cheating. Just make sure to make sure that they're not for you. Someone else's you know, it's not a picture. If you don't have a green pass, you can't see the show. Tear to post Glinski and or REITs. Come here come early. We feel its pioneers mean it doesn't matter what they're performing. We've come It's been way too long Since we were here. Do you feel safer, knowing that everyone in the audience will be with a green past? That's essential. It would have been worrisome if we had to sit in a closed theater with lots of people breathing at us. If we didn't know they both got both vaccines. We've been waiting for people to take responsibility and do that. Not everyone has. Vaccinations are available to all Israeli adults. But 40% of those in their twenties haven't done it. Some think they're healthy and don't need it. Others have heard false rumors of bad side effects. The promise of a green pass is a popular incentive. You can't get into a hotel theater or Jim without one. The vaccination center in the city of Petra Tikva. A D. Sheer nervously waits in line. The only reason that I'm going to get this vaccine is because I want to go to the gym. So it works. The pressure works. Yes, the pressure works way stop by a nearby gym and watch a young man still not fully vaccinated. Get turned back at the entrance. While 50 year old of fear on the El finishes his first wait routine in a year. I feel safe for now. I don't know what will be in 22 years. I want to leave now next door. There are hardly any vaccines for Palestinians in the West Bank in Gaza in Israel, the issue is that some Israelis refused to get vaccinated. One lawyer representing vaccine refuse ear's says some employers threatened to fire them or put them on unpaid leave until they agree to get vaccinated. There was a similar dilemma at the theater director hoodie Ben Moshe says his stage manager, and some actors didn't want to get vaccinated. So he pleaded for us both for us. We want to work. They want to come back and work. Please do it for us, and he says they agreed. Now, an hour before curtain. The director is worrying about something else that scared the death tonight. The audience first with that funny mask off faces. They still believe it. Jeter will still work this magic. He had nothing to worry about. The audience laughed through their masks. The play is no cowards, Life spirit translated into Hebrew. Light comedy just with the audience needed. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem When David

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MK Yifat Shasha-Biton, first Likud lawmaker to defect to New Hope

The Promised Podcast

06:03 min | 1 year ago

MK Yifat Shasha-Biton, first Likud lawmaker to defect to New Hope

"First we have a matter that we're following with alert interest. Great concern is part of an occasional series. We call the premise. Podcast ponders the politics of pentameter and the use of the bard to advance a canard last week. The chair of the knesset corona virus committee. He fought shasha beaten announced that she was leaving the likud to join the new right-wing. Hope party where she would become. Don't sars number to an announcement that right away added five seats to the tally. New hope was showing in early polls. Shasha beaten is a popular politician. Mostly because as the head of the corona committee she overturned government decisions to close pools and gyms and stores in schools and even though her decisions were themselves overturned right back again by the government people came to see her as a straight shooter and someone fighting for the people trying to get to work and pay their bills and maybe grab a little exercise if they can. And who doesn't like a truth to power rebel. Also most everything about josh abi tone is wonderful. She grew up in the development town of kiryat shmona the daughter of a nurse from morocco and moshe feed a guy born in iraq who built up a bus company. She had a phd before she was thirty was deputy mayor of kyoto before he was thirty five and was a college vice president forty. It's partly because shasha tone has so much going on that folks and the likud were furious mad when she announced that she was switching parties and they insisted that she resigned right away. Shasha beaten refused on the grounds that she had been elected in this term and she would serve out. There are practical issues in play each sitting. Mk gets government allocated campaign funds when they run for the successive knesset. So if on stays and she'll have one point seven million shekels to use for new hopes campaign but if she quits now she'll be replaced and some other likud member. We'll get that cash lee cooed transportation minister miri regev tweeted quote. You've thought shasha beaten if you have a drop of integrity left resign. Immediately from connecticut and return the mandate to the national camp which you took for a ride for your own benefit a disgrace and when shasha baton refused the likud petitions something called the knesset house committee basically a rules and procedures committee to declare shasha beaten a quote unquote deserter which status would allow them to strip her of her likud campaign funding at the very least anyway. The committee met a few days ago. And because by then blue and was on the outs with the likud they supported chechen tone and she remains in the knesset with her one point seven million shekels in election funding which is when this happened. Uzi they on a likud. Backbencher angry by the outcome of the committee meeting convinced that chechen beaten had not gotten the come up and she deserves asked to be recognized by the chair leaned into the microphone and said quote. I would like to give some free literary advice to get on the of shasha zones new party that it was for matters such as these that shakespeare wrote in fellow i believe and then diane went onto quote not on alternate translation. I think of rabbani ios warning at the end of act one in fellow look to her more if thou has is to see. She has deceived her father. And may the shot a mile invoked up via gumbo which couplet was met by pandemonium in the committee with shasha be tone saying the volume clement. Actually came on the la. I have heard low things. But i must say that. I have never heard things as low as this. At this point mikhail cutler launch a religious blue and white. Mk screened uzi. Why are you referring to shakespeare. Why not refer to the woman who strays and you'll at least be using our own sources. The woman who strays as a reference to the book of numbers by bar chapter five verses twelve through sixteen about what to do with a wife who acts on faithfully to which topic an entire track date of the tomlin. My second sota is devoted later. Uzi dayan said quote. Someone wrote me and said on your life man. What a sexist remark. if that's how it was perceived. I really apologize and quote. And i know what you're thinking. That's a lousy apology. If that's how it was perceived blah blah blah blah blah. But i'd like to think the best of who was married to my favorite zoologist environmentalists tamar. Diane i adore her and she's lately been. The person who by force of character and charm willed into existence. The amazing new natural history museum at tel aviv university which is among other things. A brilliant polemic for sustainability and there ain't no one more feminists then tomorrow diane uzi on also mostly diane's nephew and yours on geffen's cousin so there's that he thought shasha zone for her part. Classically accepted the apology. And the matter seem to be over but all week. I've been thinking that there was an opportunity. Missed here and i can't get it out of my mind. Would it have hurt chubby tone to respond rather than with. I have never heard things as low as this. By saying with catherine from the taming of the shrew my tongue will tell the anger of my heart or else my heart concealing it will break. Would it have hurt. Shasha beaten to insist with don john and much ado about nothing. Let me be that. I am and seek not to alter me. Would it have hurt. Shasha be tone to say with polonius in hamlet this above all to be true and it must follow as the night the day thou cancer not be false to any man. Am i asking too much from shasha tone. I think not because truly. Now is the winter of our discontent. Elections are nine but a week and a day after the ides of march. But i'll stop. I'll stop because who knows better than me. That truly brevity is the soul of wit and that this is a tale told by an idiot full of sound and fury signifying nothing. This is how safe. Because i am that idiot today.

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Interview With Matthew McConaughey

The Tim Ferriss Show

07:15 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Matthew McConaughey

"Matthew. Welcome to the show. Good to be here. Tim. How are you sir? I'm doing very well, and I have just an embarrassment of riches in front of me in terms of notes that I would love to to take some stab at covering even a portion of and I thought we could begin with a little backstory for those people who know your work perhaps not your personal story. Let's paint a picture of your parents now lives in preparation for this conversation doing some homework and I came across a quote of yours feel free to fact, check this of course is from the Guardian but it says one of the great images I have my father is on the phone with a cigarette at the airport on the pay phone always peddling. Peddling pipe and how What is what is that for those who don't know been coupling? So he ruin the old business and to drill you obviously pipe couplings connect the pipe to drill for oil. So Dad was in the pipe coupling business and he was he would call it peddling pipe, Paralympic no John Pendant peddling pipe and that twenty did on the phone eight to six, and then he hit the road and Go make personal appearances China. So pipe, he started off as a truck driver than Texaco station down you've Audi we moved to longview Texas oil boom within like six months after being in Longview. Dad like twenty six employees under him. That's how big of an oil boom was, and then obviously at that business through I think around eighty two and he kind of held on from there he was always. Always, peddler is line was great. He was always be never did it never went bankrupt and that was a piece of honor for him not to go bankrupt but he was always after all boom sort of busted he was always act boys if I could just. I just hit a lick and he never did hit that lick. But if if he lick is. Big Sale Olympic is a big cow lick is okay Mr. Jim Magana. Hey I want all my pipe from you and we're going to drill two hundred thousand feet above abide. So says huge count on my Gosh I'm going to supply the pipe to this one large account that would be a lick he never quite yet. So we're going to jump to the other track with mom for a second here and at like to have conversation about or description maybe of mink oil. Could you tell us how oil entered your life? Please I would not be here talking to you right now if it wasn't for the oil of Meek Yeah It was about home fourteen, fifteen years old ninth grade adolescence. My mom starts pedaling again Pentland Milan family was pedaling something my mom starts pedaling this oil of me product door to door sales. Look here you put this mink oil on your face it brings out all the impurities that you have and watch those impurities all come out. You then have clear glowing in for the rest of your life that was sort of the sales pitch right? Well, I'm fifteen I got a few pimples as any fifteen year old does one night. My mom goes well, you should choose this all. Great you're let me do that. Sure. So I started putting this oil make on my face every night before I go to bed, and after about a week, I wake up and got more pimples than I had a week. And I check in the mirror go to Mama as don't she goes that exactly what is supposed to to pull out all the impurities keep doing it stick with it sure. I'd just religiously keep putting it on after two weeks. Now seem to be run into a problem. He I've got I've. got a whole full of pimples and it's it's it's getting pretty severe back. She's Oh. Wow. You've just got more impurities then I thought you just keep keep doing it going to keep bringing out those impurities I keep it up three weeks. Go by now I've got full blown acne and I'm really concerned my mom's staying on with no stick with it all coming out well I sneak off to the dermatologist on my own. And this was not my mom's recommendation I, sneak there on. In, take a bottle of this Mako. Doc Look at my face. This is put on your face shown this bodies liberty reads ladies like Oh no, no, no, no, no no. No this is i. someone that's like forty year old or not a teenage child who's got oily pours anyway this blocking your pores your pores can't breathe. You are ten days away from having ice pick holes in your face from acne get you off this. Okay as we also have to get you on this stuff got accutane. It's a years worth of medicine. It will dry you up there will have its complications, but it'll be better than in the acting that you can have APSO boom. I could on the accutane off the oil of make and around that time my dad who's always as peddling and look and how to hit lick. says. Damn Boy I. We got a lawsuit against his company. Them becoming I mean you're you're looking at me look you. You're all swollen up. So he takes me to see lawyer remember lawyers, Jerry hairs. So I'm sitting down with my dad and his lawyer Jerry Harrison new think we got a case and he asked me like you know, hey, did you confidence lower? We know with these these pimples you've got this acne down by guess Sir because we are you doing good with the girls and I said, no, sir, not at all he his eyes light up and I can tell that even at my age fifteen he he's building his case goes. Emotional. Distress you were under emotional are under emotional distress and I look at them and I'm like Sure Yeah Moshe stress in Jerry's. Gosh Dog, we can get thirty five to fifty thousand dollars. Emotional distress go long way Jim Medaglia caught. At fifty thousand dollars a way to goes on, and so that's getting all excited about this deal. We're GONNA make fifty thousand dollars off of my emotional distress is youngest son. So anyway, meanwhile on accutane. Takes a year to get clear up and you get Scaly Dandruff in your knees. Hurt you get slits in your mouth and everything else but much better than this acne and this Jackie clear in this acne up on my faith well, as lawsuits go they drag on awhile. So come two years later I'm back in Jerry Harrison office sitting across the table from the from the defense attorney and now my Hackley's cleared up. Okay and this lawyer sits there and starts off the conversation with us. Oh my gosh. Must have been so emotionally distressful and I'm like he's Lavin Mu Softball here I'm going to knock this out of the par. Yes. It was highly emotional distressful and he's got you confidence was down. He did it again with this guy dude he's a horrible. Tea In me up we're just it out apart. Yes. It was almost the distressful. My confidence was low wasn't doing well with girls. I mean man it was bad stuff. Sir and I'm sitting here thinking we got this case.

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The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Sutra Statements For The Fifth Principle

Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra

03:58 min | 1 year ago

The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Sutra Statements For The Fifth Principle

"Hello friends I'm Deepak Chopra. This is daily breath. We're continuing our discussion on the fifth principle of sinker destiny. Today. I'd like to offer you, Sutra statements. That apply to the fifth principle. Harnessing your emotional. So remember Sutras adjusts simple statements. Today we are combining them. With. Imagination. Lead you once again through about twelve different things you can imagine. He the choose one or more a twos one randomly or choose them sequentially. Let's Start with the exercise always start with a few minutes watching a breath. Or using the mantra. Now One imagine that you're without physical form you're just pure field of awareness without no form. You're everywhere at all times. Imagine that right now. And mentally say to yourself. Mock shop. Repeated. A few times mark. Moke shop. To imagine that you have left behind forever any sense of anger or resentment. And Mentally, repeat yourself. Moshe. Moshe. Three. Imagine that you're free from blaming everyone and anyone free from feeling blame. August. Imagine that state of awareness. And now, mentally recite Moshe Moshe Moshe. As many times as you want. For imagined that you never dreamed into melodrama. Imagined that state of being and mentally repeat, yourself, Macho Macho. Five imagine that you can choose any motion feeling you want. Right now that you want to experience joy peace equanimity. Love compassion harmony laughter. Imagine. A positive fulfilling emotion. Below body. and. Repeat, Mentally Macho Macho Macho. Six imagined that you can set any goal you want to achieve and that you have actually achieved it. Imagining achieving that goal and mentally recite. Marcia Moshe Moshe. Seven imagine that you're free of your habitual compulsions and patterns of Babia. And Mentally Recite. MOCHA. Moshe Moshe. Eight imagine that you're free of all disempowering addictions, the addiction to power the addiction to security the addiction to sensation, and Mentally Recite Macho Macho Macho. Nine imagine that you never participate in any gossip. Mentally, recite, don't shop Moshe Moshe. Den Imagine that you're free to respond at the highest level no matter what the situation is or how anyone else bibs and mentally. Keep Repeating Moshe Moshe Moshe. Eleven, imagine that there are no limitations to what you can manifest. No limitations. No compromise. Moshe Moshe Moshe. And twelve imagine that you can see infinite possibilities at all times. And Mentally Recite Workshop Macho Moshe.

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Borderline Personality Disorder: Listen with Care

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Borderline Personality Disorder: Listen with Care

"Dot Oregan. Dialectical behavior therapy dbt has become the gold standard for borderline personality disorder and studies are starting to go head to head with dbt and clinical trials. Reviewed one that fared well good. Psychiatric management in our summer issue and a new one just came out of Australia a study by Carlo Watson and colleagues from the University of Newcastle. It tested conversational therapy, which uses careful listening and the therapeutic relationship as the fulcrum of change. Over fourteen months one, hundred, sixty, two patients with borderline personality disorder were randomized dbt or conversational therapy both therapies are twice a week. Conversational involves two one on one sessions and DBT and individual in a group session both therapies were equally effective thing that matters most and borderline personality self injury. DBT had a greater effect on depression possibly because it employs more behavior activation than conversational therapy does both therapies had similar effects on core symptoms of borderline. So what is this conversational therapy that fared? Pretty decently against dbt it's sometimes called psycho dynamic interpersonal therapy. The therapist listens empathic lead to the patient reflecting back what they here with statements rather than questions and mutual I. WE language the goal is to help the patient develop a coherent narrative and a healthy sense of self and to look for Moshe Misunderstandings in the room and repair them as they happen. So the patient can learn from their relationship with the therapist and apply what they've learned to patterns in relationships in their own life. Conversational therapy was developed by psychiatrist. Robert Hudson and Russell Mir's and Mir's wrote a guide to it in two thousand twelve. The bottom line tried and true methods of psychotherapy like careful empathic listening and actively

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Feel Good Habits | Chloe Brotheridge

The Emma Guns Show

05:12 min | 2 years ago

Feel Good Habits | Chloe Brotheridge

"Welcome back to the full cost, Khloe, how are you I'm really well, thank you. Thanks for asking. How are you? Good. It's really good. Thank you I think given the second stunt says trying to see every day is. A lovely opportunity to. Try something new. Stay calm. Definitely definitely, IT'S A. An exercise in staying calm is it doesn't necessarily come naturally every day. Something I'm definitely working on. But it's something that you have devoted your career to. Call me you. The the reason I met was because of you'll fast brilliant book anxiety solution. So I wanted to has this time. Did you feel when you realized? Oh, everything's go to Real Thou did you feel quite well equipped to navigate this period? Yeah I think I don't people ask me because I was thinking about my own experiences, anxiety I have I become anxious place lately. And I have to say I think for some people who've who have a history of anxiety experiences I think when there is a real crisis, sometimes those people actually best best prepared and actually K. and it's the little things in life that will trigger them. I've actually luckily been throughout this period and Yes, I feel very lucky for that, but definitely heard about people that it's. It's most anxious time that they've ever lived three, so I think those will experiencing different ways I think. I think the most important thing I've been saying to people who've been reaching out saying that a feeling anxious for the first time more feeling more anxious than they've ever felt before is well. That's a perfectly normal reaction to pandemic. Yes, yeah, yeah, I think. However you're experiencing, it is okay. Let's not as not make ourselves wrong. We'll beat. Ourselves adds a new layer of. Rubbish exactly, but it made it made me think of you fulfil good. It's because the idea of the show was to really share with listeners. Those tips and tricks that people use to fend off a bad mood whether you can feel that dog leamy cloud, gathering the head, or in this morning's when he wanted to get out of bed, all also those inner. There's times when you feel like working so hard. and. It feels as though the world is just working against you. And it's so hard to sort of keep a smile on your face and go. Yes, I'm still here and I'm chipper, and you just seemed like a perfect person to speak to you because you off very good at these kind of strategies. matter. Okay, so, how are we kicking off? What's your? I, feel good habit. Yeah, I think. I, want to start off by saying that. Sort of staying calm and staying. Positivist is something I have to work on. Think People's and I think because I'm all about. Helping people stay calm. I'm always calm and that's not the case and actually. I learned recently when I'd stop to few habits thinking getting kind of cocaine thinking I didn't need to do this. I'm fine I'm defying and then actually I started to catch up a man I realize actually. Dini things in place and I think potentially. We all need things in place because. Modern is not what we have evolved to do, so we need to have these things in place. Moshe the I how? Is! This is considered a habit, but it's definitely I've been been doing a lot recently. That's a leading an participating in sharing circles. And I had never heard of this done anything like this off until last year when I was in A. Colder Air Mastermind Square at Sykora Group of people in a similar job site, different coaches and thanks all from America. I think Americans are kind of enough further ahead in this sort of. Stuff. But basically every single week we had sharing circle together in this mastermind, and it was about all of us on zoom connecting taking a few minutes to shy things that we were struggling with things that we were celebrating which honestly, but the hardest thing to. It's even think about that all. Think about almost I. Think especially English. People have the sense of it's not good. Celebrate Yourself. It's not good to be to be cookie. Clearly, this south actually say okay to celebrate yourself. Have learned that actually it's a good thing and it's. It's Nice for other people and it's in. It's good for us, so that's something I've been cooperating into my life. Over the last few months in particular, so whether that's when I'm doing A. Kind of a program have showing circle the parts of that, but I brought different friends together from different kind of friendship groups, and we kind of formed this the sharing circle and we get together tomorrow actually to. Sit around and just ask ourselves a few simple questions. One of them is how am I relay. And just knowing that. To answer, whatever way is tree? And then the question is important to you right now, and then what he is celebrating.

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New Looney Tunes Series Hits HBO Max, With New Music

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:51 min | 2 years ago

New Looney Tunes Series Hits HBO Max, With New Music

"Bugs Bunny is back white BJ Wiedemann, who does her theme music, The West Go a weapon in his pal Start anew. Looney Tune Siri's on HBO, Max. And it wouldn't be loony tunes with that loony tunes. The soundtrack album for the New Syriza's Out, Tim Grieving has the story. The new Looney Tunes still opens with that theme. They wouldn't dare change that, but everything that follows needed a new composer. There was certainly intimidating. Joshua Moshier is one of two composers for the new Looney Tunes. I Come at this from jazz background, and when you learn to play that music, you just embody the language of these musicians that you look up to. And so I really approached Carl stalling the same way Carl Stalling was the big goon of cartoon scoring. He started with silly symphonies at Disney, but he made his name a Warner brothers starting in the 19 thirties, where he scored more than 700 cartoons. Stalling applied. The same techniques had learned as an organist accompanying silent films reacting and improvising toe onscreen antics and using existing classical pieces and popular Theo Orchestra runs upstairs tiptoes and gets bonked on the head along with the characters no matter what you anyway, Don't you even know I already have one. John Powell is the Oscar nominated composer of animated features like How to Train Your Dragon and Kung Fu Panda, Even though he's not part of the new Looney Tunes. He feels Carl Stallings influence so strongly that he uses a sort of Richter scale with directors that he calls the stalling number, You know. So if you say Okay, we only need a story number of two here. That basically means, you know, Tone it down. Don't hit things don't don't go for the musical juggler Calm down, but if madness and shoes in the cartoon world Why not have fun with it? So new Looney Tunes composer Joshua Moshe had some acne sized shoes to fill, and even though he's never scored a show like this before He's actually been preparing for a while. I was always experimenting with how could I do a Carl stalling kind of sound on my own, even going back to college, and I had some experiments that I found on old hard drive said. I threw together on a riel motion submitted that really in an open casting call and got the job. He recorded a full orchestra on the Warner Brothers lot for the 1st 2 cartoons, and for the rest, he had a chamber ensemble of six players at Capitol Studios. There's cartoons like the road runner. And the coyote where there's no dialogue, except for a few minutes. The first time I worked on with those It just looked like this big blank slate. But you realize oh, the dialogue is the music the coyote. His dialogue is below meandering soon. Road Runner, you know, we reference the classical piece dance of the comedians. Joshua motion has infused HBO Max's new Looney tunes with Carl stalling spirit and added some twists of his own like bebop, but the main thing he carried over from stalling Writing seriously funny music. What's so great about Looney Tunes is that they are caricatures, and it allows the music to be a caricature. It's just such a joy to me to participate. In the comedy in an overt way and be part of what's making people laugh. That's all folks for

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"moshe" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Blown away. The cat named Moshe the only show the bone. Why you say that His motive given then I guess it's which is very apparent to listen to his show. Don't you know? Don't quit. You never know where I'm from in heaven. All women speak. People, everyone All right, let's go. It is a cat named Cat named your hopes. My co host also broadcasting outside of the studio. What did Swig How you doing? I'm alright. A cat named there is there is a word that I was going to use to describe you and I have missed no, no, no. It means everywhere. Uh, because you're on almost.

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Race to Premier League Top 4

ESPN FC

04:33 min | 2 years ago

Race to Premier League Top 4

"The race to the top of the Premier Li is tight especially for those on the outside, looking in Manchester United in Fifth Spurs in a film meet on. Friday separated by just four points in the table, and as you see Friday's odd, the bookmakers don't see much separation between the two sides, either still with US Danny and Stevie Danny I'll start with you. Spurs getting everybody back, so Kasan Kane and yet before the stoppage, they were dreadful. How much confidence do you have in Marino turnaround? I think the place that you just mentioned comeback. Think shoot for them I think if you look at Hurricane, for example, you know the way the the way the Marino started when he first came in. You know he's. He's the focal point of the team. And what taught him did and what radio likes to do quite often is allow their positions of the ball not worked really well for Tottenham in the. The opening stage hurricane was fit. They would sit deep, and then when they won the Ballpark the likes of Aldo viral song. You know very good on the pole. They would be any press from the opposition on the way to be. That was played the bullets. A hurricane is one of the best send full wits with his back to goal, and then the lights, Dalyell. You started unbelievably well on marine. He was getting close to hurricane. The likes of saw the likes of Lucas Mara, but then not hold dynamic. If the team change hurricane got injured, talk continues to play the same way what they had to play. Believe Lucas Maraven even daily goal. Sean is the man and while I do the pace while they don't have the whole to ability of of Hurricane. So what would happen is the. The the balls were being played very long and delone centerfold would find himself very isolated and he wasn't getting any support from the mid fail, so I think hurricane coming budget changes. The whole dynamics of this team and marina will be grateful. letty sparked, but I think optimistic as well for the rest of the season Stevie, Deli allies suspended that everybody's back from Marino. No excuses now, yeah. Do you know what? That little picture Danny painted of the best bastion of. The problem is is the time we saw the best version of Tottenham you probably going back to the semifinal. Champions League which seems like a million miles away so. They've got talent. Settling when the on the game that a team to be reckoned with, but the factors the haven't been even though the Hudson's under Marino. Hasn't exactly been great to watch. Listen yes, the everybody park, but it's one thing having named John Team Sheet. It's another one to perform so. I'm not quite as confident that is Tottenham. Say can just turn around even though the home and stop perdition, Danny other side of this Manchester United. It's pretty clear obvious question. If Paul POGBA was fit. Do you start them? I do you know I would stop him I think obviously it does get a Chris go in his way, which you can understand some of and I think it's probably the from unites. Oppose the ability that he does have just shown on him. All consistent basis. I think obviously. Since, he's been injured. Does undeserved Don incredibly well? He's hit the ground running and nothing dot can only benefit Paul Paul I. Think one of the situations the much should united of Hardouin Paul Pogba was playing without any any of the playmakers around on the Patriots expects it to do everything. Let's not forget. This is a play. The Golden Moshe sister lunch night. Let season got the most goals from. Last season, and was still criticized and I think when he first came from event as he was seen as a play, there was a box to box midfielder. Now I don't believe Stephen May Disagree, but I don't believe there's such thing. Those box box midfielders because the game is far too quick his faults. A defensive midfield dictate from from DEEPA or you're document midfield during that just thing that now. What happened while can happen is from United's perspective. The biggest problem in recent years has been when teams have played against them in sock united haven't been able to break down the lesser teams. They've got no problems against most of the because the complain the counter attack now the added insensitive, not for months of shines that they have to playmakers in the team, so the opposition midfield can get caught between a rock and hard place. Do they go and stop Pogba with try to stop? Poker will probably be playing deeper. Now than finance than Fernandes in space. If you go stop, stop, Fernandez, then you leave Papa with more space, so it could work out really well for Manchester, united and obviously Chris Rashford coming back as well united. One of you know a few teams that could actually be coming back into this situation stronger than while they finished although they had some outstanding

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Boom Towns and a bit more

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:09 min | 2 years ago

Boom Towns and a bit more

"June between stores with a strange unexplained. I'll be traveling across Oregon listening, ghost towns old mines destination Cornucopia many ghost towns were built during what was referred to as a boom and bust period, some of these towns sprung up around mines were the national product of Westward Movement of the ghost towns, still standing Moshe rose and fell in the mid eighteen eighty S. it's fun and often educational visit. Visit these remnants of a bygone era ghost towns range from having a single structure to what remains of an entire town with dozens of buildings, primitive foundation, overgrown neglected graveyards linger. If you know where to luck, some towns were nothing more than ten cities with only a couple of wooden structures, decades of exploration for gold, silver lead, and even copper left thousands of abandoned mines and goes towns across the thirteen western states, and they all high tales of rough and ready bygone time. Time was stories to be told for me. This look at minds and ghost town his personal. My father was a baby of nine. He was born hundred eleven years ago and was raised in a log cabin, his father, my grandfather foreign, before the civil war, migrated westward movement from Wisconsin to Montana in a covered wagon there he grub stake, the parcel of land supported his family of nine from the Goldie took out of the bigfoot mine to honor that heritage, my first ghost. Ghost town tail is about Castle Montana. The main street of Castle rated eighteen, ninety, one with a population of about fifteen hundred habitants, the result of influx of miners, barkeeps prostitutes to keep them service when they were having a very good day at the mine topped the population at his peak at about twenty, five hundred, there was a school that jail brothels this many as fourteen saloons, the best new residents was calamity Jane a Frontiers Woman Alcoholic Indian fighter and sometimes prostitute. Came to castle during the last years relied to open a restaurant, but by the time she arrived, the town of Castle was already dying. The gold was playing out the castle, Mountain, mining district, and many minds, producing significant amounts of valuable, or but the high cost of transportation were impeding the potential of the area, attempts bringing a rail line into castle or slow before the line was complete, the silver crash of eighteen, ninety, three closed many of the. The mines in the district. The rail line finally reached castle, but the town never experienced population, growth and prosperity again. The last Mine Castle Montana closed in nineteen fifty today you can see the remains of the town consisting of about a dozen buildings immediately off the main drag, look into the surrounding hills, and you could see cabins and occasional slide piles from an abandoned mine, although the dirt road leading to castle is owned by the county the.

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Nintendo announces Paper Mario: The Origami King

Gaming Ride Home

02:50 min | 2 years ago

Nintendo announces Paper Mario: The Origami King

"Nintendo announces paper. Mario the Origami King seemingly out of left Field Nintendo released a trailer this morning for the previously rumoured. Now confirmed new paper. Mario game it's called paper. Mario the Origami King. The trailer starts out with a surprisingly creepy sequence where Mario is standing in the lobby of the Mario Sixty four castle on top of the iconic son design and an Origami version of princess. Peach walks out and asks paper. Mario will you crease yourself and be reborn like me to which Mario replies? No An Origami. Peach says wrong answer right answer it matters not your replies are paper thin and the Sun Design on the ground opens up dropping him underground from there. It shows a montage of sequences from the game. It looks like a little folded up. Version of bowser might be an ally which the paper Mario website confirms with some taxed that says the kingdom has been ravaged by an origami menace. Join Mario and his new partner. Olivia as they team up with. Unlikely allies like Bowser and the toads to battle evil folded soldiers. The trailer also shows paper. Mario riding around in a little shoe car shows paper airplanes in a new combat system. That is all about lining up your enemies in a circle. It is maybe the biggest question mark I still have from the reveal the combat the last few paper. Mario Games away from the more traditional RPG combat used in the first two paper. Mario Games which I was not a fan of the changes. I didn't like attacks being connected to a currency and I'm curious to see if this game uses something. Similar regarding combat. The website says use the one thousand fold arms ability to extend your arms to interact with the environment and solve puzzles in battle lineup scattered enemies and plan your attack to maximize damage with the new ring. Based battle system that requires both puzzle solving skills and quick wit. The trailer ends with Mario. Wearing a paper. Moshe Sam hat and he's making little pugh noises. There's a bomb character nearby and then a Livia says There's something you don't see every day and then there is also a donkey Kong paper Michelle hat in the corner of that scene as well one other detail from the Games website. It looks like the antagonists name is Ali so you as Mario Bowser and Libya will be fighting Ali. If I were a betting man I would say that. A Libya and Ali are probably siblings. The game comes out on July seventeenth. Which is the same day as Ghost of Sushi? Emma both of which are excitingly. Close

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"moshe" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on KDOW

"Collapse a crash usually you'll get a fifty percent snap back in a few days week to Moshe but we haven't had that this time all the signals were getting the reason why we're not getting a snap back is a big institutions who makes the market go back up or who makes the market go up every day you and I can't do it by stock is the biggest search surges as the big insurance companies it's the biggest banks hedge funds they make the market go up but they have no confidence to go in and buy the market because here's why nobody can figure out what's going to happen going forward the institutions are going to buy a stock if they can't identify what is your growth going to be going forward remember these guys aren't risk takers here's a tuition they don't buy stock in which they have all the inside information all the information instead of revenue cut off they can't even the CEOs can't even give the big hedge funds inside it they because they themselves don't know what you so you don't have a future with the company or their earnings that's never happened before they can't even give their their projection of earnings going forward during this earnings if you notice your new earnings season the company to report they they can give earnings forecasts for the future so how do you buy a stock that's one problem that's one problem remember that changed after they bought at twenty five dollars in two thousand eight which is two hundred twenty five dollars in two thousand twenty and now it's down to a hundred eighty five dollars they've always known for the stock is still only worth twenty five dollars they knew it was not worth two hundred twenty five they know it's not worth one eighth by what made it worse that was the wall of worry meeting no matter what the information was coming and how bad the economy was nobody cared about his store get a hundred billion a month nobody cared about his star trade deficits eighty billion a month nobody cared about the star corporate jets nine trillion our house so that fifteen short of the national debt a hundred twenty two foot yes under twenty which is going to cover a hundred points you could you know put in such good Medicare Medicaid those also are old so when you look they'd never cared about that because what did they could count on one thing they always could count on the federal reserve which is not that they reserve nothing weird budget gangster the richest people in the world control the printer machine any interest ratios could count on them taking care of the market he put the money pretty mind pretty much a distinct thing if you go back and look at a chart at two thousand eight and the stock market went straight up to two thousand twenty except for that twenty percent of correction we had back in two thousand eighteen and went right back up during that time remember every time you look at the market you keep watching this version in the last five years ago what's going on here what do you look at all the time are the heels nobody ever looks at the at this amazing people there in the stock market never look at the treasury yields the most important thing to tell you what you should buy a stock or not and when you see those treasury yields if you look at the ten year treasury yield he got a look at the three month treasury yield very simple change to it all day long and when those started dropping they used to be like a three month treasury was up three point one they drop down to two point one and then drop down to one point one now it's not did you have a one in front of you have a one in a don't have a three handle does have to have that one hand is zero point one five the three month and a ten year treasury is zero point six three energy and they've gone down suggested it was me when interest with those deals are going I gotta watch those every morning that means people are scared they're buying bonds they're buying bonds when those rates go down when those rates are going down that indicates the economy is no good but since two thousand eight to two thousand twenty one of those rates were going down the stock market was going up why is as those rates are coming down warning everybody this crash was going to happen the CEOs who she does the interest rate coming down so low they could go and buy borrow money almost as euro to buy their own stock back so the whole world the whole funny everybody who knows anything about finance new as the stock market was going up just two thousand eight we never had a recovery we had a propping up due to low interest rates and when you come watching the yields go down all the time that means people are going to bonds you're scared but yet the big boys you're in there buying stocks because they had all these stock buybacks all they had to do every morning is pretty simple they see the rates going down I know everybody is buying bonds so all they would do is figure oh boy let's see what I'm what might what what are my earnings while four percent okay what what how many shares I have outstanding I got twenty million outstanding what's more percent a spread of over twenty million shares my my my precious stock will go up five dollars that's great the next earnings collision also does cut from four percent down to two percent well wait a minute thanks read two percent earnings over twenty million shares my stocks don't go down five dollars not up yeah I better use my shares so the boys at the federal reserve money printing it print it give them more money to reduce their own shares now they only got two percent instead of four percent and now it has spread the troopers what is read to two percent over Leicester share this eleven million shares their stock keeps going up five dollars so that's what they've done from two thousand eight to two thousand twenty that used to be a felony that's how the stock market going up but everybody else knew where to get out it's up to you and you're stuck in your fall okay you don't know when to get out ninety nine percent I didn't know what I want to get out we did we'll be right back in a moment this is unbelievable what's going on you want more information on the show Phil's game dot com or give them a call at eight seven seven six hundred when the markets open we watched the market all day long and when we see there's an opportunity for stock is a stock that we've been following week we there's a lot of stuff to put on a watch list and it has to hit a certain criteria and then when it does we'll work you you need to get on the water this is we bought the stock ecstatic at thirty dollars so you get an alert immediately what's better than that I mean nobody does that for you but the most important thing to say okay here's why we're getting out now here's why we're taking profits I think it's going to go down the most important thing is just I want you to be prepared for what the market does change or rally that you're.

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Chemist Confessions Return with Victoria Fu and Gloria Lu Part 2

Natch Beaut

08:31 min | 2 years ago

Chemist Confessions Return with Victoria Fu and Gloria Lu Part 2

"My guest. Today they are back. This is now third appears on view. They were here as well returning for the second time because they make skin care science fun. They are chemists and they are also business owners. They have their own line of products there. The ladies behind chemist confessions which is an amazing instagram. As well if you don't follow them if you're all if you want to know the ingredients honey they break it down and make it fun and easy to understand and exciting. And that's why they're here. Please welcome Victoria Fu. Glory Lou back to Niche Butte. Oh they're going again and I think we made it obvious but we're just we hit record again. We had so much more to discuss. And we've we're filibustering we have lost. I will not let them miss her flight. There's so much more than last time. Oh who we do this all day. We could do it so can i? So we're just going to get right into it. I'll try not to be so small Taki because we have a lot to discuss and then we'll end up. If we have time then we can like you know. Ask about your hopes and dreams and whatnot. Okay let's get into it so I had the honeys ask questions for. Y'All and of course they came through because they're all geniuses and they are passionate space so they have questions. I have questions and let's get right back into him so this question is from J. Jane. Okay I've heard the chemical exponents make your skin thin and are bad for your skin over time. Is this true. No no okay. So can somebody their face up. What what does that mean? What does fucking of your face? So you can be overex- fully like you ruined your wall. He'll it will absolutely he'll But so cue to answer this question it does temporarily make your skin a little ner breads kind of just. It's getting rid of the top layer. That's already dead. It's already have dislodged. Anyway it's gotTa go and usually the correctly use chemical exfoliating. You get rid of the cells. That's overdue I use. Your skin naturally turns over. But as you age or there's like environmental factors it's slows down and that that's slowness still all problems like dryness and That unwanted skin texture so come Williams dare to help you speed. I'll get back to normal speed and you can absolutely overdo it so if you jump to a concentration that's way too. Let's say you never use any chemical before and you saw the kind of get cheap very tempting fifty percent college on Amazon That sounds terrifying. You might take away not just a self. That's due to be to leave my take away the stuff that should be coming up and protecting you from environmental factors. Yeah and what that means is year angry. Red Very vulnerable skin that it will take time to heal Our GOTO OCCLUSIVE. That we recommend in this case is Petra. Lod Good on mytalk trade of and heard bad things about and yes. That's actually the gold standard. That will help keep skin especially essentially seared very roskin protected. Yeah and I think what people forget is yes concentration matters. But it's not a competition for the highest amount out there. It's about finding and fine. Tuning your specific percentage so absolutely irritation honestly is bigger problem that we see in people's routine and it is such a big problem for people to manage because once you have irritation you spend your routine dealing with irritation focusing on fixing that correctly and no longer about like trying to do age. Prevention or target is concerned. So you really are taking a few steps back. And that's why we really try to emphasize just minimizing irritation as much as possible into give a little bit of contacts. And if you'RE NEW TO H. A. You can't use it every night if it's a around a five to ten percent range But even if you're just starting try every other night I If you're ready to bump it up and tries on the a little bit more efficacious you can use up to thirty percent. But at that rate it's not leave on product. You have to use it as a mask once a week. Moshe Max and Wash it off. Yeah Yeah Interesting Okay. A lot you out. My brain is like catching up slowly. Processed process wheel on the man. Who does every product say on it? Five percent ten percents it implicitly. Or no they don't and you know but I think the good thing and I would like to give us credit on. This is that we are seeing more and more percentages given So yeah I think just like Boris Ed. Aim for five to ten if you're a beginner And then just be wary of the twenty to thirty Percent Mark. Obviously it can be dependent per type of. Aj but we're not gonNA that's a whole rabbit hole other APP. Yeah and unfortunately someone's doing both in an hour. He's coming up at four getting. Tell me okay. Let's keep going. I'll see when they come in. It could be anybody this studio. There's always something going on. I hope it's Mark Office. Who has been in the seat? Yes he has. Oh this is from Denise I love you. She's one of my friends. But she's like the most supportive amazing. Is it okay to use? Nyah cinema ten percent along with retinol one percent. Do you alternate nights with them early. Yeah she's talking about. She sounds like a very experienced. Retinal user One percent is actually the Max that you can get point zero five or something flake. Yes Oh honey. It's it's great but No problems there. We actually do like the pairing of nine a cinema with with retinol simply because it does offer just barrier support So just a great combo sincere skins kind of under fire share shutting right. Wow Denise you're killing me. Yeah Oh my God expert okay. Yeah that is high okay. This is a question from cooking the account Vincent who we love a male honey. Hello my question is about the way. Actives or ingredients of formula can be delivered into the skin. Penetration enhancers like butylene. Glycol propane proponent deal at CETERA. Dial honey you got to brag to deliver the ingredients product into the skin for example can a ten percent nice city mode Sarum. He said mode by was probably an accident. Serum Without Penetration enhancers can be effective. Does it penetrate the skin? I literally? Oh it says sorry. I'm French we love you. We Love You. We love you and that was incredible. Yeah yeah he knows. Okay so true nerd. I'm like I'm going to be honest. My eyes crossed. I don't understand what the hell is a penetration enhancer. So that's a great question. It sounds like a porn to be honest. I can't hear that now. All my run for a pervert Scorpio. In-and-out ruin all right. So so your skin. Is Fatty Fatty there? The better job is to keep stuff out essentially water. And so that's why the top layer of your skin is mostly fatty acids colonials their minds. Which all are all water. We polling ingredients. What that means is water base stuff. Ashley doesn't penetrate your skin while at all so say no cinemas. A water base active. So that's what Vince is referring to is. Sometimes you add these solvents Play better with the fat ingredients to help the help. Your active guest through the skin. So it's a complicated question because you can't formulae without eh but they're there for more than just penetration enhancing purposes anyway so for example the calls they can help preserve your formula. Okay it can also help with With your stability.

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"moshe" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Is to settle your back. I was like this is great that there's no line but my brain feels away rubbery in a way that it shouldn't end the line actually equalizers you going outside for different parts during the day like you shouldn't just get it all in thirty seconds also. This is not a thing that is healthy. It's funny it's like by by drinking this concentrated bit of toxic sludge. You can get the amount amount of toxic poisoning that you give them a full exposure turning the person who just said that thirty seconds. It's also says thirty seconds is good. That was influenced troy. Casey one Caliph over somewhere else of earth. Okay one California and this is what. The fire festival claims but chugging vitamin D not only helps her sleep but helps to regulate her hormones for the past few weeks I have included Sunning my bum and Yoni I don't know what that is it's a vagina. Okay okay apart of a giant contract into my daily rising routine. A woman who goes by Metaphysical Megan Onis were got adult men who are into my little ponies on his adult Jewish men. They're all Joanie and Lingam. Those are the Sanskrit words for vagina and Penis Penis. Yoni Vagina could be like the Sanskrit version of resulting. I'll to this joke. Do not give the likes any any this in this becomes our version of anything you only and Lingam are not only Hindu do words for genitalia. They've also become like they're hot buzzword in the like hippy. Burn an Randy Bernie. I don't know if you know this but motion i. This is what I almost hung out at burning man to is but we on the first year I went as I was driving up in the nine hour. Drive by myself motion eye for an hour and a half just talked to each other as we both drove up there out there. It's GonNa be this year. I probably won't really yeah. Are you taking out. I always hang out with comedians. Make time for it. I think rory rory and I are going Dave. Holmes is going to be going with Dave. I've been twenty times. Twenty never gotten messed up on. I've never been fucked and it hasn't changed since All Twenty Times how the hundred percent. It's Moshe what is it not clip all right and hot clip huge..

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"moshe" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Is to settle your back. I was like this is great that there's no line but my brain feels away rubbery in a way that it shouldn't end the line actually equalizers you going outside for different parts during the day like you shouldn't just get it all in thirty seconds also. This is not a thing that is healthy. It's funny it's like by by drinking this concentrated bit of toxic sludge. You can get the amount amount of toxic poisoning that you give them a full exposure turning the person who just said that thirty seconds. It's also says thirty seconds is good. That was influenced troy. Casey one Caliph over somewhere else of earth. Okay one California and this is what. The fire festival claims but chugging vitamin D not only helps her sleep but helps to regulate her hormones for the past few weeks I have included Sunning my bum and Yoni I don't know what that is it's a vagina. Okay okay apart of a giant contract into my daily rising routine. A woman who goes by Metaphysical Megan Onis were got adult men who are into my little ponies on his adult Jewish men. They're all Joanie and Lingam. Those are the Sanskrit words for vagina and Penis Penis. Yoni Vagina could be like the Sanskrit version of resulting. I'll to this joke. Do not give the likes any any this in this becomes our version of anything you only and Lingam are not only Hindu do words for genitalia. They've also become like they're hot buzzword in the like hippy. Burn an Randy Bernie. I don't know if you know this but motion i. This is what I almost hung out at burning man to is but we on the first year I went as I was driving up in the nine hour. Drive by myself motion eye for an hour and a half just talked to each other as we both drove up there out there. It's GonNa be this year. I probably won't really yeah. Are you taking out. I always hang out with comedians. Make time for it. I think rory rory and I are going Dave. Holmes is going to be going with Dave. I've been twenty times. Twenty never gotten messed up on. I've never been fucked and it hasn't changed since All Twenty Times how the hundred percent. It's Moshe what is it not clip all right and hot clip huge..

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"moshe" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Episode of Biblical town population. New Population Ju. I mean Moshe Cashier. Welcome to the show. Yeah can I tell you how fun it was to be on your podcast that we did live at Uc Be with the craziest craziest story. I've ever it was that was wild hound tall. It's called. How tall yet sort of like a tedtalk meets mystery science theater you you you had a guy tell well at? I'm just GONNA I don't want to give the full story. You go back and listen to our APP SODA on funchess. And who's the guy's name. Who did I forget comedy? Franklin Franklin who was kidnapped twice in Mexico the funny part was that he was so Australian he was kind of complicit in his own kidnapping kind of like you deserve threw away. Hey most of the details in that like it was just tonight for twenty nine miles. What's the best part goes? And then there was a man with the white suit. And we're I gotta say you WanNa hear it listen to it. We'll Moshe casual is with us He is one of our favorite People to Pierce the dumb bubble that is happening in the world right now. We'll we'll promote his stuff what he has going on. We'll talk later but we got dumbness to get into right now. Dana Van Kirk. What do we got We have a story sent in by. Save the Muck Dogs Matt. Jake growney has some sort of muck dog situation that he's trying to throw any Gurney grunting couple. Here's the headline couple. Got Engaged at Walmart hours after staging robbery. Oh aw how nice. By the way there is like a rider die like attitude with those people like Bonnie and Clyde but on a much much much lower scale Burke County North Dakota back the prices on a Walmart the chances are at the shotgun wedding. She's probably pregnant and this this comes from W. S. O. C. TV DOT COM okay. Authorities set had a clerk and her fiance. She was job. Say Mother fucker beyond say because we're engaged now have not. Just the mother of his kids play charts after they planned anymore. Carried out an armed robbery at at the Morganson convenience store where the woman worked surveillance surveillance. Video shows a man with an ornamental sore. She's she's saying. Make sure you put me out. Say He's saying make sure and says ornamental. I sort of look at the ornament that is. That's a diamond was not a desert cubic zirconiums. You only know because I told you this is just a regular source series ornament to You know it's so ornamental. He hung it on his Christmas tree. Yes sure you don't think subdues surveillance video shows a man armed with an ornamental. Sword robbing big. Daddy's these minute mark. That is the name of it. That's asking you to get robbed big daddy's minute mark and you're always spelled M. I. N.. It that's minute minute Monnet Mart Mart. Big Daddy Daddy would be. Actually you know that he went in earlier case a joint asked for permission. Zip Big Daddy Kane Kane. The suggest a store please to stay with me. I love when someone tells you their jokes going to take a minute big daddy's as canes and it's just a store that sells ornamental canes really special like Pimp Canes goblets that are attached at its owned by Big Daddy Kane. And it's somewhere. We're at big daddy's right next door. emcees hammers hardware store earth perfect and true to form at MC Hammer Way too many employees for corrupt again. When you ask you ask do you have? Do you have this in a slightly larger size. They go back into to go into the back they look through and from the back. You hear them screaming. Oh the hammer takes all over the store. It says you break it you buy you cannot yeah. Yeah when kids come in the store starts on my block and then moves over to another black new moves back to the first apart. NFC Hammers by the music. Is that moment when he realized someone told him he had eighty three people working for him and why he was out of money. Money like you have eighty three people on stage with taught the Oakland Police Department a helicopter by. I don't know rapper thing to do and most everything I'm Gonna I'm GonNa buy you this to bus me so the guy with the Ornamental Sword Rob's big daddy's minute mark on Carbon City road Monday night. The store's clerk Kelly Carswell L. appeared to be distraught as she called nine. One one winner of American Idol Season Five Carson Carson even though investigators as he no one ever no one thought she can win her grandmother. Definitely didn't investigators said they believed the sword wielding robber her grandmother. WHO's your best friend off? Hold on because I had another one. But actually the reason she won is that she took out for comp your nearest competition by hiring someone to kneecap them with one of MC hammer tired and they believe that the sword wielding robber was key was Kerry carswell fiance Clarence. More officials said Moore was in the store earlier wearing the same pants seen on the robber so he did go into case and then changes. Hey just close. They also check social media accounts in spotted him wearing the same glasses. ambandoned seen in the surveillance video. This can be ornamental sword. I have to wear the full confederate outfit with Ornamental Sword. I'm not going to go in and rob. It didn't work if I don't wear the Bandana people think the north one was in the video carswell sobbed as she handed money over from the register. Mr and save to the robbers allender flip it so if you have someone who works for the store. It big daddy's minute. I'm big daddy's minute mart. Why can't you just have her? Take the money. Yeah Yeah. Why don't need a sword? Wouldn't she know where the cameras are so but are they staging. He's coming with the sword all your money a young. She's connected to just oppose this crazy idea. Crazy thought to your point. 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"moshe" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Inferno in college means they're smarter than everybody in the room is. Is that you know that if gotta laugh there. I'm in a good. They're like essentially. You're saying they have to think of you as low status so that you're trying to be high I that's right. Yeah not that. You're like a high status person. I'm just like coming here and being one who thinks that I'm being serious when I say that and I've had obviously every internet comment available. It's like they hate me because they think I'm literally going. I'm smarter than all of you. It's like the little I mean. I am literally saying that. Yeah but I'm anytime I'm saying. I'm amazing on onstage. Probably because I mean like I'm not you know it's Jewish history in comedy is tremendous. I American comedy is really like half Jewish half Black Carolina Way So what is your relationship to the history of Jewish comedy history of Jews and comedy the history of comedy about Jews. I think that hi I L- Judaism's part of my background. Obviously my my my reality and the way that I interact. Judaism mostly is through things like that I I find of. I guess I find it really interesting. I must because I keep doing to lambast the absurdity of anti-semitism. Yeah or things that I find hateful by just saying them directly as if they are self evident truths. Because I think that to me. That's the biggest way to lampoon that right and I've gotten in trouble troubles the right word but like people again. If they think it's real you know what are you doing you know like so. I always thought that like antisemitism racism in general so completely absurd that the funniest way to point out there so that is to interact with as if it it is true. I believe how comedian frames. They're set is important right. And there's a certain expectations an audience would have especially when you're starting out or even if you are the most your cash as like a Jewish comedian. Yeah right and you expect more. Yes yeah so allergies that that kind of where. It's like Mo Marquette shirt I think most people would be like. Oh I have no. I have no reading on what this person's going to be and you have no way of confirming or defying expectation. You're just like neutral. How do you think the fact that you're introduced Moshe cashier on stage posed to MOCHA mark? Casher on sage would essentially has affected your career in some way. I didn't change my name for comedy. Obviously although I used to make a joke about my might I used to be called like I don't know whenever Mark Smith but I do to make it in show Biz changed my name for I. Guess like identity and spirituality. It didn't change my name. It's my middle name. My father never called me anything but Moshe. My brother never called me anything that motion but the ownership of my name also was about the custody dispute with my mother and that became a sort of polarized argument in the house. She only called me mark but my father on Comey Moshe and the whole thing and when I was sixteen and to getting in touch with my spiritual side and starting to go to Raves and myself and go to a winter twelve step groups and stuff raves all steps escorts classic combination. I I finally was like okay. This is my true. Yeah reality of way and then years later start doing comedy. Yeah so I mean ultimately it's like you are motion cash and like take. Your comedy is based on the truth. That is the same truth that is you being that and at the same time I am. I am the kid that was raised in Oakland in Oakland public schools and not some guy that's like I by Ti. I'M A guy. I'm an American kid. From a secular city you mentioned the use of Ju- stereotypes and and I think a lot of Jewish people have that like I think there's a long tradition of Jewish people kind of deflating stereotypes. I mean as a person has a family that doesn't I know at least I'm aware of it but as you said you've toured the country do do notice do you care. People are laughing at the wrong part of it in the classic. They're laughing at the wrong part of the joke. I mean I don't know how I would know except I will say that I will have often at people come up after the show after because one problem with being that comedian that Jewish comedian that leans into to the stereotype as a way of of deflating. It as yet. Is that the you're right. Not everybody gets the deflation they just. It's funny on its face you know. And so they'll come up to you after the show. I mean this is so classically to the show like hey you wanna you're my best you joke and the answer is a resounding no one hundred represents time and it's not even like a questioning knows no I did not and guess what happens one hundred percent of the time I hear that Joe. I've never not heard that Joe and it this as bad as you think. Yeah speaking of jokes. I'm reminded that perhaps that that whole bit stems from a very early street joke that I heard when I was a little kid which always was really tickled with and it's about the guy dies and goes to heaven and I actually the original original version of the joke is about Catholics versus Protestants. But I'll I'll just make it a little more. Universal McCann religious a guy dies and goes to heaven and Saint Peter Whoever showing him around and they walk past a a room in his event like people in Lotus position. Like going home and the yeah. That's where the boots are. They keep walking us and people bowing before Elephant Statue. That's the Hindus or Indian. That's what they are and then they go a little further and there's some juice chuckling back and forth like those. Are the Jews over there in this huge wall giant wall and the ooh there at Saint Petersburg that's.

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"moshe" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on KTRH

"You Moshe shot guns and holds six rounds one twelve gauge shot gun in triple odd blocks hold thirty caliber pallets so in less than six decades you can shoot ninety thirty caliber pilots if your particular shot gun so we're talking about the Texas shooting I'm sure and your contention is and folks if you don't know Joe Biden back in September said it's your rational to take a firearm into a place of worship if we had followed Joe Biden's version of rationality up more people be dead sadly two heroes lost their lives in that shooting so how bad do you think it could have been within that church had had the general not taking that had shot at fifty sixty feet and and put the sailing down I could be very bad yeah I mean how many people we we could see gentle people that pricey conceivably you could have killed forty five to ninety people easily in in Joe Biden's version of rationality I guess we're supposed to say but what either that's okay because at least we followed the gun laws Richard appreciate the phone call this is this is the thing that that I I what I show my gun clutch I I had a woman over their house in this is years ago and she said I just I know that I've heard that you own guns and do you mind if we just just take a look and I just try our hardest I said let me see my gun safe so I took her downstairs and I open my gun safe she saw the guns in the safe and she took several steps back as if it said I'd open the jar of snakes good good did they might reach out garbage I don't hunt personally is right by grub doing it I don't do any marks or lost my taste for it but she said all I I I guess you like hunting all year I later found out she's a pharmaceutical representative and so is my my sister works in form out so no judgment here but education to go to her house no I understand that you are a pharmaceutical representative do you have any any bottles of pills he says oh my gosh I have samples in my office put the lock him up can I come with you I want to I just wanna make sure everything is safe right this is still a little game I like to play with folks okay Zirin a Columbus Ohio you are on the Rush Limbaugh program is taught Herman filling in eyes Erin hi the concern that I have been I've heard rush listen to rush for years but people need to step back thank okay what is the news media and what are the Democrats teaching are you and people and that is to how to be bowling we talk about bully from school we have our own Congress up there teaching Dallas how do people if you don't get what you want you just keep hammering and pushing and shoving and I don't care if you lie you cheat whatever you have to do to keep bowling so you could get your own way and that is not what we want are used to do that is I I it's it's so wrong but nobody said anything about it it is this is a great points in its a great opportunities here into just something I like to do as well which is a book of listen one of my programs it said at one point would it work in the real world so much thank you for the call today I love your name zerit that's a cool name I what that name so I might use a little later thank you for the phone call let me make this point base of undesired comment here I listened to my program one years ago said that he operates on a philosophy of this would work in the real world Kate so let's take impeachment as an example would this work in the real world politicians in Washington DC arm or hand in hand want to make our natural or our national situation seems soul hard to understand so I asked if someone there today of what crimes has president trump been accused and the views of the meat will abuse of power that's not a crime it's not listed or it well structure of Congress again not a crime it's the pinion this is work in the real world imagine you're pulled over by police officer and police officer you rather Mendo morning officer why didn't pull over I said a feeling that you're not a very good driver what did I do something indicate that it's kind of a guy thing with me I just looked in general the good at greater drivers some right you take it was a law about that she will be going into walls that's lesson that's left this college professors are sneaking into the minds of our young people started filling in for Rush Limbaugh on the IBM you're listening to the EIB network use.

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"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

06:51 min | 3 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

"Tell. Getting it. He'd be able to get deep into the conversation. I'm pleasure focused sex educator. So my whole thing is like are you having fun, right? Is everybody having fun than who the fuck cares? If it's beer. Sure until it's time to do the laundry, right? And it's not so much fun. By wife, cares because I won't stop squirting. And she keeps asking me. Is it being I say, no, it's shit. How do you? What's is there? A way to. Is there a way to make a person squirt? Is there a physiological like this will make a person scored more than this? There is a way to help someone scored high trade makes them too. That actually is. Yeah, that's good. This number one. Yeah. Have you helped someone scorer? So so the spot on the inside of the play her Jared Kushner clips, but for the rest of us g spots relation. And a lot of mental relaxation excluding comes easier with orgasm. But the way I thought about it the way I learned how to do it is it's kind of like reversing the energy of an orgasm for a lot of people with vaginas when we come we squeeze, and we pull up the energy, and we tighten everything. So squirting learning how to scored his kind of reversing energy and pushing and bearing down out there's a sex educator name, you the Salo's who calls it giving birth to one orgasm. Right. Marrying down. That's the only shit, right? Very close to Yoda. It's there's no easy squirt cuts. Tom show. This season two. Is it seemed like I was doing a bit. And then I anyway, where am I? Where's the spied on the model? So not there. But oh, I got this one else. All right so much. There's now a plush Pusey puppets. For me. Now, of course, I can hold. So she seen some stuff. But yeah, thank you. Thank you for holding. My. So the Jeep is on the inside of the vagina about like knuckle to another one half on the bellybutton side of the body. And you're gonna feel the texture actually has a distinct texture when it's engorge with blood win is really aroused. You can feel it kind of dip into the vaginal canal. And so this can kind of see it some people can bear down and push it out so represented in Gribben, do you know, what the what the Chinese call that air that area the valley of the water chestnut teeth teeth teeth that made of water chestnuts? Oh, I like I like that too. That's very active, and then the they also called the area like beyond where it opens up into the cervix. They called the valley of the deep chamber. It might not be true. You're all reacting. Like, I'm doing something terrible right now. I fucking love gorgeous. Thank you. I made it up. Yeah. So. The way I think if you take your tongues now and keep them in your mouth, but run them back behind the back of your teeth up towards the roof of your mouth. We'll be. You feel the texture of your mouth kind of change you kind of get to those ripples that's often the texture of the g spot winnings gorge. So in for squirting purposes, if you're trying to learn how to there's this technique that we often called the come hither where you take the two fingers of one hand and kind of hook them behind the spot and come hither kind of joint technical term going towards the outside of the by me at home. The movement is like if there was an iphone inside of your part. You said you were scrolling through social media from behind. The come hither. Right. So you kind of you kind of nudging things out of the throw. And he is a true at all. That is true that the prostate for those that were born with prostates and not g spots is the same like physiological at you know, like how a Clint is a penis, and how labia are tell. Is that right? The outer labia people assigned girls at birth are are the same tissue as skurdal tissue the prostate the g spot. So we often call the g spot. Not often people refer to as the female prostate. So I don't know if it's actually from today's like the skeens glands, right? So gosh, okay. So in terms of the actual like the fluids that come out of the body. The schemes glands ads schemes fluid, and that's often the additive to skirt or jacket that we are familiar with where the skins glands will. Join some some fluid into the research that comes out of the retail opening and the prostate is that peak is the prostate Pete I made out of. Expected. I will say the largest laugh of eve. Silence. Was a now I am stone. I feel stone. Is the is the g spot cursive. That was good because the science. He was met by that joke far exceeded the. Take the steam up yet. I don't know what g spot is. I don't understand what you're saying. I understand what the clitoris angry puppet. You can look at the Joe. So it's degrees real spun. So there's there's some spongy tissue that surrounds Retha on the inside of the body. And we believe that it's kind of helps protect the Reefer from impact as things are going in and out of China. And so you're ether sponge surrounds, the entire shaft of the Retha as it comes out of the body. And that's where it gets engorged with blood and engorge with other fluids as arousal happens. And that's often the fluid that you're helping cokes out during when you're trying to help somebody squirt, all right? All right hand sex, ladies and gentlemen, let's move on. Let's let's make it a little racier. You guys ready for the next level? We figured out come hither. We figured out. There's a lot of I wanted you to go through some of the hand sex techniques. But oh, you have a thing for it. Visual aids. Great podcasts. Wait a minute. That's not mine. I hope that. Okay. Come to your hotel room. So yeah, if you hold this real quick fund. So this is a flashlight, ladies and no need for anyone at home to know, your podcast listeners own one.

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"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

06:26 min | 3 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

"Francisco. Michael. What about you? What did you have always your sex Ed style growing in school? We had sex Ed in school. But it's so clinical in school never feels like they're actually teaching how to have pleasure, right or wasn't at class. My teacher. Tasha? What about you? I grew up in New Hampshire. I don't think we had sex out there. You guys had flannel. Right. Yeah. We just just. Yeah. That's actually a fair point. I do feel like they rated state, right? Stone stale. We gave play is pretty quick poll on my part. So. Thanks. Thanks for skipped is more faster. I hadn't skipped Andy I was doing on an album or. Idiot. But that is kind of weird I do feel like you're right in the tasha like I have grown up in Oakland in Oakland public schools feel like I was exposed to different level of sex education than somebody growing up in a different state. So it's like it also would literally depend on the person literally where you were born and raised how comfortable you are with your sexuality and how quickly you can come. You're like, wow, you came quick. Yeah. No, I'm from the bay area. That's what I always said. Anyway. Andy. What about you? I have very funny anecdote from my real life. Is it true store? We'd never talked about anything and my family leave leave that anot talked about we offered said. But the first time I got an erection is a true story. I didn't know what it was. And I ran through the house saying it's up. It's. And my mother said don't worry. It will go down. Cute. Honestly in a weird way that really really happened. Pretty good for mom. That's the only ever said to. Did you was the latest? It's your fault that you have no action. Did you super Pixar for stealing the idea for up from that story? Okay. So there's a there's a combination of physiology and psychology and patriarchy that makes sometimes some women. I mean is it just true that women in general who are I guess, it's actually the physiology part would be we're talking about SIS women is that right or not. I don't know. Yeah. So I mean, yeah, I think that I mean when the yeah. People who grow up with all so don't even ciswomen, but people who grew up with all this. Oftentimes, there is there isn't necessarily a natural explosion that happens necessarily unless you find that you know, you touch yourself in a way, and it feels good. And then you stick with it. Which is awesome. But I think that there also is the reality of like that as far as we understand so far the clitoris takes longer to engorge than the peanuts does with blood, and the clitoris is rectal tissue. It's made out of the same stuff that penises are that's a little weird because it's not as big. But is it? Here is. My favorite. Sex fact, ever ever is that pound for pound enter into the clearest the same has the same amount of rectal tissue is the penis. Redeem amount, but most of ours is just on the inside the internal clitoral structure is big and sophisticated pound. We made a lot of sets to me adagio the weight structure, I feel very comfortable as well. That's wild. You're saying that it's literally the same amount of tissue. So this is only shit. Sorry for those listening at home. This is not an actual size. This is I think about twice. Lee. Little creep cure. We can I describe it. Yeah. I mean, I know what this is. It's not usually a suspended like this little creature. But okay, this is like, that's that's the clip right found it finally. What we're lucky though that home? It's like we're looking at like if you could imagine the the w with an extra stick up on 'em with an extra stick and then a little horn on top. So an Amway the one extra stick and a unicorn to 'em we'd want if you're listening in home when you're looking at now say with a unicorn horn extra stick. We own. To Turkey goblet? That's good. I think it looks a little like slender, man. You're looking at a bit of a slender man, slashed guardians of the galaxy character. What are we looking at? I just love how you started with an upside down w began then you might be a better letter might be might be one. That's more accurate. I never smart. Outside. That's all. I know. The producers includes or weighed by the pound. There's a letter w Andy what are we looking at chili peppers? Okay. Great. So you're looking at all of the members of the red hot chili peppers. Alison, you've been continue put my upbringing whole new context. Yeah. So so yeah. So this is this is the three mile printed of the clitoris. And so again, what we normally see on the outside of the body is just the glands just the tip of the iceberg and the rest of it is underneath it's in the Volga. And so I can so actually. So it's kind of like again because we're not so it's a little bit facing down. And so we've got these crow. These are the clitoral legs that kind of go back towards the the spine. And then we've got the thorough bulbs. I go around the outside of the Jain. So basically, what part of the engorgement of the vagina during arousal is that these clitoral bulbs filled up with blood, and then they pulled the John open kind of like the so Ma on the bottom of belief, if you remember bio from seventh grade, so they can pull the giant open in this really sexy term known as vaginal tenting. Is sexy away? Love camping. That's an Instagram filter, right? Understandings?

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"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

09:40 min | 3 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

"Helpful. Somebody call my life. Would be a funny conversation. Now, listen, I I was talking to expert. She said the more experience the better. So I gotta go. So these oaths I'll be back in five years experience with other partners. Although I think that's absolutely like invaluable and being able to experience variety of different bodies is hugely helpful because if you have a certain body of work or body of understanding body. Body of body understand like the person like a flexible mind, right? Because I think there's this notion that like all bodies behave the same way all penises like the same kind of touch all clitorises like the same touch all humans do, but that's not the case. And so the more you can actually explore different aspects of touching other people the more, you can learn, but it's also really important for masturbation. We'd so you're saying the different people like their penises tests in different ways. So not everybody likes like as hard as a grip as possible with hard. Body. I I don't know we have I think we have penis owners in the audience could ask just figured that was a universal truth ownership, but this has been the aluminum. I'm very fast in bed. That's all. I'm telling I wrapping up get it over with. Let's go to revenue. Well, the horse riding. They are playing his his music like about two pumps in. Okay. I like I have a question in your fingers Thanos over there. And it's nice. I just kick that audio is so bad that I know there's comedic gold happening down that. I can't hear anything that. I love that goal for conversations. You gotta love last supper table. This is exactly like the last supper does that make you Jesus. Pretty great analogy. Jesus. Eventually did teach them all about how to get pegged. And that will come up soon. No, we're going to talk. It's you're right. That was offensive. What's in the holy grail? Up run at the Hoover with what I don't know. Speaking of buzzkill. This is a serious question. You have five you always know, it's a serious question. When someone says this is a serious question. But you have like there are like five pages of disclaimers in the beginning of the book, and it made me like a various like, okay, sexist this. But it can also be this a woman is this. But it's also this and I was thinking like has has our sensitivity around sex and sexuality sexual identity made sex better. Do you think do you think hired? Yes. Yeah. Hardy s I mean, I think it makes people have to work harder which can scary. It makes us have to learn a little bit more. Which is scary. But yet the more we can appreciate the diversity of bodies and hearts, the better off society is going to be and so yeah, absolutely. I think like groceries wanted one is trans inclusive intentionally because I wanted to show that like you can touch penises in similar ways to Volvos and that could be both really sex. He but also really affirming, right? And that's important to understand. So then this is the thing about sex education like sex is not a monolith. Right. Like, I have ideas, I read research and conduct one on one experiments. I know you mean. Rick. But in the mean, there's only so much that I can say like the ultimate the person who you have to defer to his not me the sex educator. It's the person who's in front of you in bed or behind you blow your above you in bed and their expertise of their body. Which is why I think everybody should get there's a hardware sex education. But I encourage people to become experts in their own body. I so that you can actually start to teach the U one. Oh, one when you're with somebody new of like how to win with you. How to touch you in a way that you mentioned that you like and that helps everybody have a better time. We will you talk to me. You talk to me. Can we go through like a do you ever do this? Like you teach me we have like a consensual affirming consensual conversation about what we teach me. Teach guide me. Oh, be what do you do? I need to talk to your wife. No, no. There's no to her. I'll tell you that. Nobody. My wife's. Natasa? So asking of you, she'll be a surrogate for my wife tonight. This experiment. Yes. Okay. Role play role play. I can't hear what's going on here. It's not right. We have a need a curve table. What we'd done this panel? We learned. It's okay. But straight. It's okay. If it's whatever you have. When it comes to sex sexuality, all those things are going to comes to podcast recording straight is absolutely out of the question. And also Swedish American things are bad. Okay. So yeah. How do we talk about? How do we how? And if you want somebody else are we negotiating a seen? What are we doing got? I don't know. I never did improv. I mostly a stand up. But no, I wanna know like you were saying like talking openly in having these conversations about about what you're into. There's there's actually a kind of a structure that you recommend. How you talk about what you want in the book. And I thought it was it was pretty eliminating, and, you know, one of the things I think a lot of people are freaked out about right now, we're moving into this era of like a -firmative and verbal consent at every phase is that people are like well that's going to that's going to kill the by. That's a buzzkill or whatever as if Vanity Fair spread twenty years from now about how your sexual monster is an also bit of a party pooper. But but the way that you break it down. Down was really I thought it. It felt like you would stay in the moment. You would stay in the mood. But you'd still be really clear about can. I maybe offer like like an illustration that would maybe set the scene. Together. And I say to you. Yes. We'll you pop this on my back. Is that? And I made the Michael I would rather suck your dog's dick. Good. That's good. And then and then I say I'll be your little dog bitch. And then I say my God, I could tell your flirted with me and turn hook up with me. And I would definitely be down to do that except that you have horrifying acne all over your back. That doesn't work. I heard that you don't do improv. This sounds like a lot of improv shows I've been to. Yes. And I know about compliment when I hear what part. In the realm of not COPA moon. No way. Yes. And I wish last long. But so, yeah, I I listen tell me how how do you talk about the things that you're uncomfortable? Because even if you want to have a conversation, then you want consent, and you want to make sure your partner treats, you the way you want to be treated. It's very Yuki in difficult to have those conversations it feels embarrassing. Shea can absolutely I sympathize with that I've been doing this for twelve years, and I still get in my head. Sometimes when I'm with a person that I really want to impress. I'm freaking out like I get that. And at the same time, I think that like I think consent has become so scary to talk about because we only ever hear it in context of non-consent. We don't often hear it times times of like, you know, instead of being like, oh, can I please just like can I put my fingers out of your fucking right with him. I think you'd have sexy time dirty talk that is consent base. All you have to do is drop an octave. It works for me. You want to pay for anybody else on this? This. I'd love to Mike. And what about what about talking about? You does it you talk in the book about talking about things that you need to disclose people. You need them to know about you. But you're afraid to tell them share take us through that a lot of things again, this is where it kind of doing your own homework before you get naked in bed with somebody. Somebody's a really useful thing understanding words that really work for you, for instance, in the room how many people love the word pussy. Reno that, do you think that that would have been a higher number before Trump? I. Ruin aware. He ruined it up. And it was like everybody was like, I hope I hope a man is going to say the word pussy tonight and that comedy show. But I definitely notice they market difference in the way that people reacted to the word you'd think apart. What do you think is great for they pink hat yarn movement? That's true. The pussy hats contingent has gone. Sounds very few. I'm sorry. Okay. So pussy. All right. How about the word comes anyone fan of the word count people? I played do we have planned in the audience have come plants. New England in England all I use the word alive. Alison, are these things that I should put on my linked in profile words that I like that. I don't like. Absolutely. Yeah. So so, yeah, it's it's an area on your Lincoln profile words like where's that you'd like to use during sex? And like, there's also prick or cock? You know, if you don't wanna keep saying, okay? Okay. I wanted to know if the person to people that liked and pussies say prick. Like.

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"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

"Anyway. Why do you think of that is why do you think it's so hard for us to talk about sex? 'cause I even in reading your book, I was thinking to myself like, oh, I can see the points where this conversation is going to get like people are going to get him, comfortable hard. Perfect timing. Andy. What do you think? Why why why are we so messy about having? These conversations is baked into the culture. I mean, Jade Christianity really fucked up a lot of things colonialism food shit. Sorry. I wasn't supposed to get political. Right. We're supposed to not saying don't be. It's not possible to avoid it. But it is it true. Does that bear out or in non western non Judeo Christian cultures? Are they just like, oh, my dick is so hard right now. Like, I mean, everybody's got their shit. But I think that there is this level at which it's there's this fear of discussing it as though if by discussing it we are going to bring about some sort of horrible play. And I think that the the actual opposite bears itself out in the evidence. Which is like the more we teach young people about sex the later, they actually have sex because they're getting information as opposed to having to go do it somewhere in order to learn would like we're not even just it's not even just difficult for us to talk about sex like our sexualities are really kind of wonky and fucked up like it's very difficult to be like a confidence sexual. Being why do you think that's all part and parcel? It's because we don't talk about it that we also are. So so freaked out and anxious about that. I would like to have maybe put this back on you. Because as the person who grew up in the Berkeley household. I mean, you had a libertine upbringing. It sounds like to certain degree. They do feel like you had more complexes than your non libertine friend. No, I've been the only complex. I had was from my mother like I I never felt like no I never felt any kind of weird fraught relationship with sex and sexuality. But even it's not. But even in reading your book, I was seeing the places in which I could have done better in my nascent sexual years. So I guess like that's an interesting thing to think about like even me who grew up with like, I couldn't have had a more sexually accepting anti shame e feminist sexual education. Upbringing I still felt victim to a lot of the bullshit that people fall victim to not just in the household. It's everywhere. And I think that you know, when you grew up in a very conservative nation. Let alone concern. Household. You might feel like you your your body's changing. You're having experiences of pleasure. But we never get taught that sex pleasure inextricably linked. We might talk about sex and all the dire consequences of it. But we ought to know talk about like, yeah, it's actually natural for even children to masturbate. Right. We don't talk about that as as a natural part of being a human being. And we kind of have this notion at at at puberty is when we supposed to have these conversations. But this was like sexuality is inextricably linked to the entire life cycle, which the appropriate age to start sucking your dog's dick. Where are you sitting on that one? Oh, like, fifteen seconds. I was just waiting. Ref was that it could have been inserted at any point in tonight's discussion when things were getting a little too serious. And I appreciate the he'll bring it back. You'll be another call back. Do you have an answer? How old is the dog? At what age Ken dogs, give consent rate Natasha all that you feel so far away the tasha you have kids. How do you talk to them about sex and sexuality actually saw my six year olds jeering wistfully out the window while she was clam jamming and. What's? So french. Yes. Really nice. I was like that's like a lone time thing. You know? That's a private time thing. I didn't. Shame her. You know, that's good. That's good. That's what. Yeah. I didn't want to tell her not to do it. I just like maybe I don't need to watch. That is a very very responsible parenting choice, very mature. Did you just check wants to make sure she wasn't making eye contact with the neighbor across the street. Most of you don't have any. Sexes. Like riding a horse. You fall off a couple of times, you get very frightened. That I wrote that. It felt written. The heart. So. Allison what what makes someone good at sex. Let's let's start there. How do you? How do you be good? What is what does that mean? Well, this is where I'm going to be a little bit buzzkill. I feel like everybody don't you've been a bus. All right. Here's the voice kill the name of you death. Mothers, vibrant. No, it's the name of what happened to your dog. You kill. What do you get? I told Allison as I tell all of the experts on the Bamako you are going to be interrupted in far more immature ways that you're probably used to in this. So please try to grab a hold of your train of thought of its. Someone good at sex. What what does it? What does it mean to be good at sex? What what? So people often want to hear like technique or positions or toys that they can buy that make them better. But I think the truth is that it's a little bit more esatern stuff. It's like curiosity and Pathy and communication and experience. Right. Actually, that's framework CeCe. I writing that I'm working on a new book. But yeah, Oso experience helps I think experience helpful.

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"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

09:36 min | 3 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

"Folks, it's a very special off schedule episode of the hand discussion series live from the San Francisco sketch fest decided when I do these festivals. I'll just give you a little extra bonus episode. And so that's just what I'm doing. And something that you need to hear about it's out of the five good how to fuck consensually and how to fuck. Well, had a please your lover how to peg your lover a fistula lover that might come up to. I don't mean to be vulgar. But vulgarity is the topic of this episode Allison moon, the author of girl. Sex went to one is our expert, and she sits cool, open minded, good spirited, fun and filthy expert of the loved baking arts, and specifically how to make love to women in a way that is, you know, cool, and the king of cool is on this podcast or comedic guests. And you can learn. Mr. cool himself, Michael Ian, black apart entre. La and tasha muse round out our comedic panelists. It was a very very fun show and informative and dirty and educational, and I just think you're gonna love it. Hey, come see me live in February. I'm going to be in the Cayman Islands of the caboose festival. I'll be in Cleveland with Natasha zero at hilarity on February the twenty eighth I do believe, and I'm also going to the Wheeler opera house in Aspen on the twenty second for part of that Aspen comedy festival in March. We're coming to Brooklyn New York to the bell house me and the tasha. And as always we record. How tall live the second Wednesday of every month at the upright citizens brigade theatre on Wednesday Wednesday second Wednesday of the month. Eight PM you should come taping. So listen even fucking wrong. Your partner told me they say, you're selfish imbed. You don't know how to communicate and they really really really want to peg you. So listen and learn. The how all this gushing series. Academia. Laughed Lert Besser. Excetera phone call. Discussion series with your host Moshe casher. We're live from the San Francisco sketch fest for another installation of the hound tall discussion series say hi, everybody. Tonight. How exciting it is. We're going to be talking about how to be good at sex. And luckily, we have an expert on that very topic. Put your hands together for the author of girl sex one one Alison moon. Ladies and gentlemen, say she comes to the stage. Please you could sit right here. Alison, please help me. Welcome our comedic panelists tonight apart unsure let Natasha muse Andy Ken Laird, Michael, Ian, balk laid is a dead on say every single one of as they make their lovely ways onto the stage to say hi to talk about sex. Here we go this'll be fun. Everybody's having a wonderful time. And he's taking a long time to get to his. So were you like, Andy? Hi, everybody. Natasha. How are you doing really? Well, how are you got so excited felt like everyone was excited to hear my first name, and everyone was really disappointed to hear my last name. Feels totally internal. They have that. They're like we. Oh, you mean because of my wife is that what you're referencing. That was the joke. Yeah. I got a good joke, and I didn't grab it. And that's my fault, actually, Natasha muses here. Michael, Ian, black. That's Michael, Ian, black Michael you cited to figure out how to be good at sex. Finally. Yeah. I mean, I've been married for twenty years. And this would be very helpful for me if I still had sex. Well, you're not the fuck God that our next panelist is it's Andy Kinley, ladies and gentlemen. Hey. And that's now your wife told me. Shoot. Go. With your white. Right from the get-go. That's in the shoes. Apart? Not sure let's here. Hi there. Boorda? When I when when you read the mail saying would you like to be on the how to be good as sex panel? What was your reaction? I didn't for this. That's right. Honestly, I watched your tape. It was a credible. I won't let me tell you. I'll start this off with a bit of confession about my own ignorance, I I wanted to because the last year we had a I thought ISIS was the was the topic and things got a little bit politically fraught, and and then the year before that it was protests on the day of the first women's March. And and I was like this year. I told David Owen the founder of the festival is like this year. I wanted to be like just fun and just non-political just something that's not fraud. And all and then I was like I I was reading I read some article about a bay area authors. And I was like oh sacks. That'll be fun. That's not political at all. And then I started reading your book, this is the most politically fraught topic. How did I not know that we're like literally in the year of this politically fraught sexuality in a good way? But also, I was reading through it. And I realized about emailed Allison and a panic. I realized about fifty pages in this book is a book about like girls have sex with girls. And I was like I didn't realize that it's called girl. Sex one one is the name of the book. How what up man I am too at a book called girl? Sex want to want to believe, it's probably be. Allison mood. Thank you for joining us. Yeah. Yeah. Actually, my only one star review on Amazon is actually a guy saying, I didn't know this was about girls with girls, and that's fair. And I didn't know at that time you were going to be on my show or I wouldn't have left that review. I apologized. Allison, you talked me off the ledge on this 'cause I panicked a little bit. Because I was like, you know, I should've I should've booked only girls that I don't know what I was thinking. I was having a little bit of a straight white male panic, and which is really it's actually been a pretty difficult year for us and. And you said I thought this was interesting and then reading your book, which is fantastic, by the way, I recommend everybody. Get it is that a lot of the people that read this book are actually straight men that are trying to learn something from that book. And honestly, it's not I it felt I mean, I'm very good at sex. So I didn't have anything to learn. It felt like yeah. Anyone could read from this book? Anyone could learn from this book and anyone hopefully can learn from this conversation today. So sweet, thank you. Why why let me ask you right off the top y sex. Why do why do you we all have sex? Why didn't even speaking or? Yeah. No. Yeah. Why fuck? No. What I meant. Like why why did you decide to dedicate your life to sex education share? Yeah. I think a lot of sex educators have a similar story of we were just that the precocious kids who all their friends came to for advice growing up at various stages. My father was a nurse. And so he taught us the right words to use for the different parts. And so I was a kindergartner in Catholic school teaching every. The word scrotum involve. So you are a popular kid very in demand. Yeah. One of the priests perks up somebody say screwed up interested. But how did you make the transition from being like the most popular dirty foul mouth kid to a person that is teaching America and the world about sex and sexuality? Well, I think as I kind of started doing this more often, I realized how few places there are for people to speak candidly about sexuality as a Dulce like if you were lucky enough to get sex education in school, which a lot of us weren't. So you you may have gotten like the how not to knock somebody out are getting knocked up conversation if you were lucky, but in terms of talking about pleasure in terms of talking about like, why won't my wife sleep with me anymore or communication or any of the stuff? There's not a whole lot of venues to discuss that. And so I realized that there was actually room in the market for people like us to talk about pleasure. John about desire doc about communication skills and non traditional relationships structures to be able to just speak. To peers and discuss grownup stuff when you talk about it like that. I just get so jealous of all the people that grew up not being told about sex because I had the absolute opposite experience. My mom was like this like deaf feminist Berkeley hippie who like would like sit us down and show us her vibrator growing up like I mean, I would I would have loved for her to be a little bit more parochial and ashamed of sex and sexual my mom, man. She's deaf. And had a Hitachi magic wand, I know the brand name the vibrator, and I also know the sound they make an have since I was a very young boy because she had no relationship to the concept of sound. So anyway.

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"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

12:03 min | 3 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

"You're a booster. Okay. So I think I've asked you all the questions that I wanted to. But I wanna know what what do you think? Like, what do you think the power of Disneyland is why do you think it the way that it did it is because of the sincerity of the happiest place on earth is the rides is the intellectual property. What do you think why do you look Disneyland so much? I I s he answers audience questions. I'm gonna come up and get some questions from you in a second as well. So raise your hand three-dimensional storytelling in and we're all do you get that? Or you have something all around you. And you you hear it see it, and you smell it, and you touch it. And it's just a real thing and the transport you to somewhere else and tells you compelling story for two or three or five minutes, and it's and it's it's more real, you know, this is vented its belief. You know, if you use real materials and use iron instead of plastic and you build things that are believable. Puts you in a different mindset, and you can transport yourself to the Caribbean or two main street or do, you know, whatever it is kind of interesting that he create. Unlike that answer, good answer. And it's interesting because did you have something on that? It's a good answer. Because it's like you're saying they created Disneyland. There was no sort of corollary to it at least in America. There's no there's no comparison, he basically invented the modern amusement park and yet the amusement park. Does. There aren't a lot of music perks really Meerer that kind of experience most amusement parks about extreme rides. And like you just go buy a big thing of like caramel corn? And then puke it up on the creepiest roller coaster, like why do you think people don't wanna adventures for why? Well, but I mean, like really extreme like six flags type of place. Why do you think is it that no one's been able to or why aren't there more places like that? I mean, if you think about what the places that are like that are there their colonial Williamsburg there. Henry Ford Deerfield village Santa land. Well, I mean, they're place yet, just reopening Santillan. It's like. Hang open athletic gymnasium. I don't understand that. At all. I mean, I don't understand that at all either say to be fair. Going in the Bubby ride. Now you bicycle your way down the track in the gym drives an hour in the mountains to go to gymnasium. I'll tell you who does stick long rolly Crump does with his buddy Klondike that dorito inventor. Do you know anything about children's fair? Yeah, you're right. Kurt was fucking funny. Funny names. Anything about children's fairyland and Oakland's even inspiration to because that's where I went when I was a kid as a young ferry. We had my birthday parties there as a little kid. Plastic. Yeah. It's a whole thing. That's based on like fairytales, and they will give you a key. And you put it into a lock and you turn the key. And then there's a recording of a story, and and they're still open. Yeah. But was it an inspiration business very much inspiration? So wall went there any like it so much hired away their their director at work for Disneyland. And she was there for like twenty years. It's also where he saw the car appel about no anti car. And that's how we hired this company up in Mountain View to do all the other other ride vehicles. Aero engineering is the company that made everything for the park. And so you could just buy off the shelf monorail above into the Monterey. But you can't buy off the shelf, Mr. lover about the towed car. I can't wait is this that you're doing your one man show girl going into the future. It's so this outfit of Mountainview made made these vehicle actually speaking above gir- burning man and the monorail. Visit true story, I think three years ago at burning man someone brought a monorail car, and they drove through the front gate, and I climbed I got the climb into it. And it's like it was like a decommissioned monorail that he purchased on the private market. Do you know anything about people being able to buy monorail cars was just a big auction of eight million dollars worth of Disneyland stuff that was taken out of the park somehow? Style way bucket. Oh, it was stolen stuff. Are there any questions from the audience front? I've heard a lot of stories about Disney jail. And I wanted to know if you had anything to say about that and also whether or not it was designed by Bob her. Steve probably been Halford. Disney jail. Have you ever been? No, do you know anything about it? Chris. Well, I have a friend that collects vintage clothing, and she owned a security jacket from the sixties and she wore it to the park, which is a big. No, no. And she was stopped and taken away and told that she needed to give it back. Oh, it's a Disney security jackets. Oh, wow. And they said, you know, this is property have to give it back, and she didn't want to get back in the and they threaten to call the PD, and and she gave it to them. But they don't they don't have a holding cell. They just have a security rest area a folk of the incarcerated for Swayze. We what about all these secrets of Disneyland. That people always talk about what are those secrets gee with their secret sauce. Ac- Brighty Turkey legs, Email, right? Oh my God writing. That's a rumor. That movie because it's way easier to get your hands on fresh cock e turkeys, America. It is wanted die. What's that wanted die? Seidl their World Health Day mental Health Day, by the way, everybody. There is a trait. I mean, the Lilly Belle train the train KOMO. So there's a there's a little luxuriance fake Victorian train car that you can ride. And if you get there early in the Astro nice, let ya, oh that's cool in the strain car, and there's like secret like buildings, and aren't there's also tunnels running underneath everything. Right. Those are Cape tunnels. That's only people with only in Florida why? Because of the lot of the here. Florida or apparently emptied from below. They're called utility doors. Fucking Florida man, of course over here. What's the deal with the secret? The restaurant that supreme court justices and other famous people get to go to I was there a couple of weeks ago club thirty three pirates and. I mean, it it got a big remodel it kind of feels like a. Like is if a fine historic hotel kept evolving like what it would look like today. But you know, they put a little three three on the coffee. That was weird on the foam of the coffee at the little. And then if you match them up, it's eight. Hells Angels or something like no hail. Nazi thing. I know that. Yeah. Definitely they used to love saying, that's what little. The restroom. There was little rolls of cotton. They were four how do you get into club thirty three like if I wanted to go. How would I practice typically UV via member? Yeah. Who's paying tens of thousands of dollars to be a member? But you know, the membership is always closed every ten years will open up for a while. So it costs tens of thousands of dollars. And you can't just do it willy nilly. You have to be they have to allow you. Yes. They're not accepting applications. I wasn't asking personally just trying to show you. Show you. Are there any other going here? Do you have any background on hidden Mickey's? And when they kind of came into presence in the park, it makes these are actually there's a bar in Silverlake the actually watch out for those. It's really intense. In the eighties. I did actually read about that. But it was like plates. I think there was a play place. It was the first one, and you know, just kind of cute little thing. Imagine here. People throw in. There's a cute little people Jin near. I was like Chris losses. Damn. Just three three circle. You know, you see it in the in the pavement, sometimes it and railings and cute. Feel like Christmas secret pick that is the most negative you've been to. Everything taught me about fucking Nikki's fuck out of here with bro. Mickens grow cute. It's cute. Another question here. How do you feel about Star Wars land being attached to Disneyland? I was real real worried. I realized that Preservationists I got I got really anxious, you know. But then I gotta give him a lot of credit 'cause they did a really nice job putting the train back. And and they added a few extra things, and it feels I don't know how they made it seem bigger because they trunk it by about a third, but the river seems bigger teams like it spreads out. I mean, what was it? Well, I mean, they took up the top of the rivers of America, and they took out the horsey area. I don't really know as much about this. I'm like clo- and stuff like. But like what what land? What does it taken over sort of paranormal? Series. Dog. Okay. Teen fourteen acres of land which was like a costume shop. What do they call it where they put the horse before they could bring him corral stables workshop area, float storage, and all that gut bulldozed into dirt. And like almost done. It's opening in the summer. The they're going to have to big attractions, and then a they're going to serve liquor for the first time in Disneyland really Cali. That special bar that great, right? Can't can't yet or. Is it true? That people have been decapitated on the thunder mountain. Thunder mountain. Oh. Under mountain, but at club thirty three there's a ritual that I participated. There have been some accidents. There's a whole Zine from the nineties called Disneyland Babylon, which is exclusively dedicated to horrible crimes and and. And what we need. Can you tell us any like what some juicy a story? One is the carousel of progress where you know, the circular theater spend, I know another circular theater, and you know, sometimes you get to get stuck in the little between area and get squished. Hostess young young lady. Hostess was she worked there? Yeah. She worked there and she didn't step out of the way quickly enough. And she got squished. Made it part of the ride. That's what that tyrod is singing about squishy, Trish. Miss tryst pirate. I don't have morality, but I love chocolate money. I was curious about the New Orleans square everywhere else. I haven't been in a while. But I remember like fantasy land cartoon land or something New Orleans seems weirdly specific where that came. Wall. Having achieved the so much could says well being well.

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"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

06:02 min | 3 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

"Hey, Kevin getaway here come on. Come on over. I loved it. Anyway, I don't know what the Rowley head really Trump is sort of sorry to my mom knew someone named Fonda Dix. Really Crump and fun. Burlesque dancer. You ever heard of puns or? Primes onto discs. My brotherhood part of them did. Well, this is my brother had classmate named fat Kwach. Quat and Brent wind Bach new classmate named literally name kiddie porn. Really important. Yeah. It was tied name, and it was kiddie porn and intense. Anyway, back to roll econ crumples the studio and he had a boring job in between or something. They they Bill in this Bill in the space between between cells, and he was an animator like it. And when you are named rolly Crump, do you have to give a job interview at an animation studio or do they hire you? Your name's what? Yeah, you could start. Twirly mustache when you got the what do they call really mustache Mizzou's? That's right. His job. And so he was trying wanted to get out of it. So apparently anybody that wanted to put a little art show up in the library. And so walk into the library and saw his his crazy art show. Gimme that guy. And so he brought him over to the park. And he he helped us a major designer of it's a small world and all kinds of stuff. He's having a show on Saturday that oh he's still around Rowley still around. He's still rolling in bugger. We're going to do a show on Saturday Broglie girl. The satellite. Lille hamburger. Kerr crump. Settlers question question. That's how you do podcast interviewing right as you say questioned, and then you pose the question already doing that. Right. Wow. You're acting like a real Rowley clump right now. I've been busy. Disneyland. The you didn't answer what's your favorite. Right. You know? I don't know that I would have appreciated it as much as I do. Now. Almost everybody I interviewed for this put seems to have worked on it small world and appreciating each one of their talents as much as I do every artists that I just think that peak of Disneyland all worked on small world. And so I really I really love it. I think it's great. I wonder what the wonder if people are more because I feel like everyone's more cynical now because of the internet and also the melting ice caps and also the end of the world and pending and stuff I wonder if people are like less into it's a small world, like if you're just like here people in the cars, like get fucked or whatever go, it's such a sincere ri- if you've been on Naveh, Kurt. Yeah. They have the Florida version though, they don't do. It's totally different. It's real. It's all it's all just math and. Mostly man, I'll tell you. What do I is killer mosquitoes? Oh, actually, we shouldn't make fun of Florida. All right. Right to Florida. This is gonna come out like a month to anyway. Whatever this been a lot of fun awkward moments, Chris, but here's one here's one that. I'll put you. What's the worst right at Disney in your opinion? The worst. Gee whiz. Rolley? Well, ask them to cut off his tongue. Right. Land getting in. I don't I don't particularly care waiting in line to be frisked when I go Disneyland. There's a cop out. But okay. What about you? What do you think? It's not there anymore, but the Smith family Robinson house pretty suck pretty hard. Well, how do you feel about the Tarzan? I don't care about that either. What's what's up with? It giant tree is a was a three for the for the Swiss family Robinson. Oh, and then they made a Tarzan while they wanted to upgrade they want to update a little bit. Closer Robinson, just kind of outdated. Let's do Tarzan baby. No right to it. You just walk the ride. Threw it walk around. I imagine nation for him. I have to do his work because I'm a young woman. Steve Jewish but. That's something. It's cool as a woman of the folk of the folks of the female persuasion. See, what's your least favorite, right? Probably bobbing for apples and Mr. toad spit bucket. Bobbing for Apple's part of all the right? They don't do that. Remember that was a thing bobbing for apples. And I do remember so goes. I hall of presidents. Florida. They had one in the we have one president ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Geez. Christmas throwing down the gauntlet right now. Same Florida, mother fucker. That's bullshit. Kurt used a visit. Loved epcot. I thought it was a real place. You don't like Epcot. Why are you oughta curl? What do you? What do you not like about con? I like to other places are cool. What do you think of the Lou? You're

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"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

09:35 min | 3 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

"Fuckers. No, I love Disneyland. I go with my friend. And who is telling Steve is sixty years old. We get high go. Whoa, cool. Yeah. Scandalous her my sister. Yeah. It's a yearly thing where did you find? This is this your mom. It's not my mom. It's like, so casual you know, that you have those kids used to call their mama their first name like the next level of that is like this is my buddy. This lady I go to. This one lady that I smoke weed with and we Disney also she gave birth to me and shit. Chris Chris Nichols. Ladies and gentlemen, the expert of all things southern California in Los Angeles. Thanks for being back on the show, and you just wrote a book on Disneyland. So I guess it's not even a there's no point in asking you what your relationship with Disneyland. Is you love it? I love it. I I was trying to remember my my early times there, you know. And I didn't really have a lot of specific memories about being a little kid. And then I found pictures of myself and all these places, and I found like we are off brand mascot. So I got to take pictures with like the the bad cat from Pinocchio. You know, they made a cost of the cat from Pinocchio. So and I never seen skull rock but picture myself at skull rock, so I guess they did. And so it made it made an impression on young on young baby. Chris, and I still love it so much do they still do knock off a mascot? So like if they run out of talent. I mean, if you're newly hired or something you have to like go into like bad cat Pinocchio for a while. They have it. They have a day. I understand where they bring out the the retired mask. Oh my God. That's the most depressing thing. This is crippled mascots wanting around Merlin from the sword in the stone comes out once a year that I actually do feel like I remember our shipping down Chippendale. Those are those are those aren't second straight. Are they harass me at breakfast for a good hour recently? So they're still there. Oh, yeah. Go ahead. The breakfast character buffet where you get the waffles. Look like Mickey Mouse, like wonderful experience as a kid as a child. I didn't brush my hair at all like. Like. Filthy. I didn't like to bay like it was a very big fight. And I had with this one lady that you smoke weed with. She's cool. She's cool. She like raising me. I lived with her and her husband. Oh, you call your dad. Her husband. Hey, mom's husband, can you drop me at soccer practice, so Chippendale. I don't know if it was chip. I don't know if it was Dale never get. Yeah. It's one of these Lexus. Galore brothers. No one knows. Jason. And chip or down come over today while I'm eating breakfast. I was like six and my parents were like holy shit. Chippendale are here. Like, we gotta take the roof store. Buoying out over the attach just going. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Jay, cool. Don't be door. It's chip. And Dale or Dale. Is one cool. One of them's cool one of them as a leather jacket and the other one's like a dork with a Hawaiian shirt, isn't that. Right. I. When is mama and one's like Joe. Yeah. What did you just ask me? If you're thinking about the chip how fucking dare you dude kind of fucking loser. Do you think I am? Go ahead. Brighty? So we were all opposing really excited, really nervous. 'cause Chipper Dale were there. They're all huddled around me and two four the flash Munaf chip or Dale like took a piece of my hair and the picture is like him holding up my hair going. In the phone. Put it because I had a Disney scrapbook whereas getting autographs and pictures, so we had to put this like humiliate. I'll bet cannot be in the training. His knee land you ever see a kid with fucked up hair. Like, you got a comment on that ship. Shave hygiene. Did it? Shame you into bathing. Yeah. A little bit. Then Chippendale did their job. The what those guys what they are. They really were rescue Rangers curve, a couple of people very cool Brighty that is how old were you? As like six is horrifying. I went bowling when I was like six, and I scored a thirteen that's bad and the guy behind the counter goes would happen to you drop the ball on your head, and it was so humiliating. I almost cry on my it was my whole family's death. So nobody heard it. It was just me. And with the bully. Better next time. Nobody I combed my hair. Did he laugh at himself or did? He just like let it be kind of an angry out is a good question. Was he enjoying it? Or just trying to be totally cruel to me. I don't remember it Chris. Let's let's go. Let's how Disneyland star you wrote a book on it. First of all how did that come together? Well, I did a tour along time ago for friends, and so I I knew a friend that had been crazy collection of stuff. So I collect during I like digging through stuff, and then all this old old old photos and old pictures of these places I had never seen before and heard about wrote the little guidebook to my friends through and then I've been doing say buildings for for a teenager. And what we discussed on the less puck on here. Pitcher on here. Yeah. Yeah. So I I like for those of you that don't know 'cause we're gonna haven't heard that episode. Chris very involved in saving the sort of iconic buildings of Los Angeles architecture, right? Mitch entry modern stuff. Fifty commercial hamburger stands and driving theaters and junk like that anyway, and you know, in this kind of fits into that world, you know, and so I always loved it. And then I been reading about history and architecture in LA, and then I got this call from tasha, and they said, hey, do you know, anybody that would be good for this project tonight? Immediately said, yes, I do and I spent two years working on it. We'll the books beautiful, and it also shows pick a lot of pictures of old Disneyland. But it also tells the story of correct, yeah. Yeah. I went to seventy different collections to find all this stuff. It stuff from the company archives and stuff from every great photojournalists that that went there in National Geographic in life magazine. And all these great classic golden age of photo journalism, and it's just beautiful. He did a really great job there. They're perfectionist Germans. So it's just really. Beautiful. Oh, we're back to raw doll. I guess. Okay. Yeah. They make great peach now. Okay. So let's start at the beginning. How did Disneyland come to be where we at Disney wise at this point, the let's say the years before Disneyland became an idea is Disney, a huge company already comes here with no money, and he lost his one thing he hit invented Oswald the lucky rabbit and off that and so he comes to live with uncle and his back room in Los feel. It is and starts a studio in the garage, you know, with with Spratt bullet and determination. Build a little studio. And then he invents Mickey Mouse. And of course, then of course, the Bill to studio and it's doing great. And then about fifteen years later, he's having a premier for Snow White over there in the miracle mile area at this great old movie theater. That's now replicated at California adventure. The it's called the Carthy circle. And along the traffic island the strip on the way to the theater, he built something called dwarf land. Like nineteen thirties thing like I woke twenty nineteen look door and everybody left up people like like like the seven doors, and he built a little cottages and little things were they actually little people that he had hired. They look in the pictures. I gotta say that sounds awesome. There is have you seen the vice device piece about the little person theme park in China. There is actually there's some little some some amusement park up in the mountains in China that all these little people with different kinds of dwarfism are there like it's kind of it's like simultaneously, very awful, obviously. But also kind of cool because they have their own little community where they're all living together. And it's super everybody's super feeling normative. And like so anyway, check out vice it's really cool. It's edgy journalism. It's like journalism, but in a different kind of like warlike on drugs way. Okay. They curse. Easily offended. I wouldn't go to that low. Yeah. Don't do it. No. It's on the edge for sure. Not like tonight's squeaky clean. Disneyland. Puckett's? Let's talk about the holocaust Chris now. Okay. So. Yeah. One of those all year long to build one of those come down and see the doors wiggle around and do their little thing. It was originally called dwarf d land.

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"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

06:20 min | 3 years ago

"moshe" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

"Folks. It's another month. It's twenty nineteen. I'm very excited to bring this episode. But before I do let me tell you about my upcoming live standup comedy dates San Francisco sketch fest. I am coming your way on Friday, January the twenty fifth Natasha Lazaro, and I will be at the marines memorial theatre in San Francisco, Friday, ten pm. We would love you to come. It'll be a big fun theater show then on the twenty six hundred alive hound tall podcast taping. So you can come see your favorite podcast live. The topic is how to be good at sex with Michael, Ian, black and he can lower Natasha muse Aparna non Churla and our guest Alison moon who wrote a really exciting book on sax. We're gonna discuss fisting. Then I ran comic is coming to cobb's comedy club on that evening that Saturday seven thirty also should be a lot of fun and Washington DC. I'm coming your way the last weekend in. January into the first weekend in February. And I am recording a live album of all crowd work. It's going to be a very fun exciting concept album. So come be a part of history. There's some other upcoming dates February fifteenth and sixteenth. I'm in the Cayman Islands at the Kabu came announce festival, but I doubt you're listening and the Cayman Islands, but if you're going come see me, I'll be an Aspen Colorado that we were opera house on the twenty second of February. There's other stuff coming up go to my website Moshe, Castro dot com. This week. We are discussing the happiest place on earth. Disneyland all of its secrets, it's architectural weirdnesses. And the man that is our expert this month. Well, he couldn't be a better expert on this topic. He just wrote the book on the subject, you may remember him from the beauty of LA episode. This guy loves LA. He loves kitsch. He is an adorable lover of all things odd about Southern Cal. -fornia are committed. Guests curb Ron Oehler Brady Elliott, Steve AG. It's a fun episode about a fun place. So stripe in let's go on haunted mansion ride into the dark angels. I know Daniels. I think it's of Disneyland. The how all this. In series. Academia. Learn besser. Cetera. Discussion series with your host Moshe casher. To our guests everyone. He is our expert are Disney, Dr Mr Chris Nichols. From Los Angeles magazine, put your hands together for him as he comes to the stage. And also are comedic guests. Brady Elliott, Steve AG and Kurt Ron Oehler. Here. They come here is Chris that's Chris people plotting because it takes a little while to get from the green room to hear. But oh, there's that beautiful book that you can't see if you're listening to the podcast. Hi, everyone. And welcome welcome. Welcome kurt. There's broad overweight. That's Kurt listen to that voice. What do you think? Pretty cool voice. Yeah. That is what I heard. I heard cool. It you said Kurt when I asked you to be on the podcast. You had some really aggressive words to say about Disney. What are your feelings about Disney and Disneyland you know, what I take it all back. They don't even know. I just think I think ABC's a great part of Disney. And I just want you know, that nothing bad to say about dizzy, I might have said it was started by an anti Semite. But you know, we'll find out if that's true or not I've heard that. And I'm interested to know Moshe is that true. Well, as the Jew on the panel, I can say I will say this as a Jew. I don't know about Disney, and we will find out soon, but as do many of your childhood heroes. You like you like, oh what a lovely person. Then you like do a Wikipedia. Search like raw doll supported the holocaust. Why is that true? It's really a fun. Or is that really true? Well, he didn't support the holocaust started it. He more than supported it. He undergrad that's real chocolate military. That was several Tena offensive and confusing doll buff. Yeah. Right. No Iran book. But what's anyway? Rundell was a had some anti-semitism issues that is that is true. That is true. The giant peach was actually a metaphor for clearing. The Jews supply. Plot. But Steve you are a very much pro Disneyland lover is that right? What's your experience? I grew up in southern California. I grew up in riverside about an hour away. That's the g by the way, everybody. This is voice from now on if you're listening. This is Steve Agee's voice voice. Thanks, much nicer skirt. I spent all my birthdays at Disneyland. Really? And all my friends. So I was there multiple times a year you spent all your birthdays growing up. Yeah. Yeah. Until what age when did you stop? Last year. Probably around twelve or thirteen. Oh, Where'd you became a man you? Everything we re contextualised within the framework of Judaism tonight that sort of. I met a narrative of tonight show. Yes. And Brighty Brady Elliott, ladies and gentlemen there. She is. Thank you. I I asked Chris is there a comedian that you know, that's like a real Disney land free straight freak for the land. And you the first name came to mind. Why is it is it true? Is it sweet? It's a little sweetness little sour. If you guys know what I mean? Okay. Guys what she says. If you know what? I mean, you fucking you cheer mother fuckers.

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