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"mrs sarah" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:07 min | 7 months ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Geologically attached to euro. Well we'll see if the he reciprocates with that philosophy. What are some of the pitfalls matthew and any lingering questions so there will be many lingering questions the british parliament first of all is going to have to vote on this thing and that's supposed to happen on december thirtieth even if it does pass though the toxic politics around brexit are just not going to disappear. There were already expressions of disappointment today. In scotland for example the first minister nicholas sturgeon said that this is a bad deal for the fishing industry in scotland. She said that the uk government broke. Its promises here and that we're going to learn more about how that is going to play out in this deal. She said also menacingly for british politics. That scotland has the right to choose. Its own future as an independent country. Another quick example from ireland. This is a country that stood to lose a lot if there was a no deal. Brexit scenario ireland's part of the eu it also shares a land border with northern ireland. Which is part of the uk. The irish prime minister today. Micheal martin called this new trade deal the least bad version of brexit possible so damning with some faint praise there the was matthew bell. Thank you very much and america christmas. Same to you marco. Thanks the pandemic has messed up a lot of holiday traditions. All over the globe and yet there's a calendar and the season is upon us. So how are people everywhere. Still trying to get into the spirit of things three of our foreign correspondents or with us to talk about this lemon. Do in athens. Hey mike jorges. Valencia is in mexico city. Hey horry hello. Greetings and ariel sharon in tel aviv. Hi marco hi everybody so hey let me start with you. I see the local government in mexico. City implemented its highest level of restrictions this week for the pandemic. What is the government telling people. And what do we know about the infection rate yet marco so this is going to undoubtedly be a a muted holiday season here in mexico and really just to summarize what the government here and the largest metro area that the country has home to more than twenty million people. The government is telling people stay home. Don't go out if you don't have to And and in fact. The government has been hinting at this all month. The the pilgrimage to the virgin of guadalupe pilgrimage in the middle of december that tens of thousands of people from a bunch of countries in latin america go to that was canceled. They allowed to get even close to that church and the police hadn't certain neighborhoods all month. Been going around playing a recording telling people to stay in their. No that is select colonia decrease stable thing cast i said solo mrs sarah to tomasco police saying Stay home if you have any type of symptoms called this number now. Mexico is a very big country. It's almost half the size of the united states. So there are going to vary depending on where you are but here. In mexico city. The infection rate has roared back up this month and the government sends out text messages regularly to people even giving them the percentage of the occupancy rate of of hospitals and message that i got yesterday was saying we are at capacity. Please stay home. Well i real- you're in tel aviv. Just down the road from the site. Christians recognize on christmas bethlehem most israeli citizens of celebrate hanukkah. Which last week. What was hannukah like this year walmart. Go like every jewish holiday this year. Hanukkah was a little different having said that unlike what jorges just described. Many businesses year have remained open during the holiday except for restaurants bars in gyms so israel as we're able to get their holiday shopping done and with a number of cases in israel rising like mexico. Officials are talking about another nationwide lockdown. Perhaps in the coming weeks you know. Hannukah's usually celebrated through large events and festivals for the entire family. Obviously that wasn't the case this year. But i did join one of the few candlelight ings i was able to find. It was organized by the hubbard movement outside of a mall in give time a suburb of tel aviv. Babo.

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

06:14 min | 11 months ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on WDRC

"Want to email it's talk at Lars Larson dot com. One of the one of the jobs that I have the most admiration for is the person who has to represent or gets the pleasure of representing, depending on how the day is going that day. The president of the United States and over the years I've known a few of them, but one of them That I've never met in person, but I really admired the way she handled the job is Sarah Huckabee Sanders Mrs Sarah Huckabee. Sanders, formerly of the White House, and her new book is called speaking for myself, Faith, Freedom and the Fight of our Lives Inside the Trump, White House, Mrs Sanders or Sarah, Welcome back. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for having me. It's great to be with you. And I appreciate you taking the time for us to have a little visit. Well, before we talk about the book, What was it like doing this from 17 2017 to 2019 and being on the hot seat or hot podium every single day. You know, there were certainly difficult days and days that had some pretty big challenges in front of them. But all in all, I actually love my job I loved Working for President Trump. I liked the colleagues and the people that I got to work with, and I think we were able to accomplish a lot both in my 2.5 years at the White House and watching the president continued to build on that. His full four years and some really proud to have served in the administration and the work that we did. Now let me ask you this so in previous administrations, and I've watched a lot of presidential briefings those briefings Only became. I think, with the advent of cable television, they became something that got actually covered and transmitted out the American public Before that period of time, reporters would go there. Ask questions. It wasn't live on television on a routine basis, but it but it became live and maybe a couple of decades ago. And you have to stand up behind that podium and be prepared to answer just about anything that may come up and you have a kind of a hostile room full of reporters unless you want to describe them otherwise. No, I think that's a pretty accurate description of some other words, but if I used those would probably get me in trouble with Well, what was that, like knowing that you have to be able to stand up there and whatever they bring up and probably some uncomfortable subjects, even subjects where when you sat down with the president, you said, Mr President, they're going to want to know your answer on X wires, E and he you would have to be capable of of accurately describing his position because then if he says something different, the press these days will have a field day with that well, Sarah said this, but Donald Trump said this two hours later at a public event. That has to be a tough a tough spot to be in it. I think the best way T describe. It is kind of like walking a tight rope is high as you can get it with no net underneath you. So you know that your words are being picked apart at every turn. You have to be extremely careful. You also want to make sure you're providing good information to the American people getting the president's message out there while at the same time, you know, not crashing the economy or starting a war with another country or losing your job because you missed So there's always a life on the line when you step into the ribs, and that's why it was such an honor to have that position that the president had confidence in me to carry his message to the world for the better part of two years and again. I love doing it, but it was certainly came with a lot of stress. Onda lot of challenges to live up to the expectation of delivering for the president of the United States. I'm talking to Sarah Huckabee Sanders, whose Ah book most recent book, The Brand, New One is speaking for myself, Faith, Freedom and the Fight of our Lives Inside the Trump White House. Well, let me ask you about that, but I know you can't probably talk about some conversations you've had with the president. But was there ever a single day where you came off the podium, went back into your office and then got a call into the Oval. Some other part of the White House to be told by the president. You didn't accurately characterized what I was what I was trying to get across I occasionally there There may be an answer that the president Prefered me say it a different way or answer differently. That of course happened because when you're speaking on someone else's behalf, you're never going to be perfectly in sync. As much as I've spent time with the president was very close. There were gonna be moments where he would have said it in a different way. But by and large, the president was very happy with the job that I did regularly praised me for those moments. And I write about quite a few of those times in the book of the president, loving the back and for loving when I was tough and fought back on his behalf, so Good certainly far outweighed the moments where I think you would have preferred if I said something a little bit differently. A CZ you left the White House. The president described Sarah Huckabee Sanders, as irreplaceable. A warrior and a very special person with extraordinary talents has done an incredible job. Now we're used to politicians saying polite things even when they might choose to say otherwise. But I think the president there This president has been very honest with the American public, and I've always told my audience I support Donald Trump did when he was one of the I think he was down to 12. By the time I did my endorsement of him as a number for the nomination, and then I endorsed him for election and I also always told my audience I would tell them if I disagreed with him and I have disagreed with him from time to time. Were there times where you had to say to the president. Mr President. I'm your professional communicator. I think we should say it this way. Absolutely. And there were moments where he listened in moments where he didn't. But at the end of the day, you know, And one thing I remind people is that in that role as the press secretary, no one had elected me to anything. They had elected Donald Trump because they believed in him and his message in his agenda, and my job was to communicate. His message in his agenda to the rest of the country..

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on Throughline

"Maybe it was hitting the big time that encouraged the friend to formalize his following to incorporate so to speak the society establishes itself as an official religious group in seventeen eighty three. They were the society of universal friends and as per usual the more legit you get the more shade you get thrown and once she's in Philadelphia. That's where we begin to see evidence of of real pushback against her. There are people who write into newspapers and magazines complaining about this woman. She's a fraud that she the blasphemer you know. Who are these crazy people? Coming into our city there are now in this city. A number of the disciples of a certain Jemima Wilkinson a native of Rhode Island. A person who professes that she is. Jesus Christ come again. In the flesh a second time without sin unto salvation though it should be noted that her followers do not admit she is a woman and they therefore of consequence deny her name and appeared to resent it as an affront when she called Jemima Wilkinson and declare in the most solemn manner that they know. No such person during one public sermon. An angry heckler confronted. The friend had on yet at one point. Somebody asked what are you what are you? This is actually where she's asked pointblank if she's male or female and she replied. There is nothing indecent or improper in my dress or appearance. I am not accountable to mortals. I am that I am. They don't understand that aspect dinner so it's I think it's just a. It's a lack of understanding ignorance and leads to a really negative reaction. It reaches quite crescendo. Ultimately they're even accused of attempted murder. Pennsylvania Gazette April fourth. Seventeen eighty seven observing a piece in your last paper relative to a pre concerted plan by a number of Jemima Wilkinson deluded followers of murdering Mrs Sarah Wilson in January. Last too many already have fallen victims. Be reason of their opposition to the cause and interest of Jemima Wilkinson..

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast

Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast

"Podcast. If you are regular listener you probably know that. We started out with very old newspaper clippings with crimes that are very similar to the one that we just covered however today we are going to start out with one from nineteen ninety eight and it is about Phil Hartmann. We will move back in time and cover other crimes that are similar to this. So the May twenty-ninth nine hundred ninety eight just happened. Wife reportedly kills actor Phil Hartman. This is from Hollywood. It just doesn't Make Sense said actor Steve Gutenberg Who Like The and pee wee. Herman got his show. Business break with the Los Angeles Comedy Troupe. The groundlings whenever I saw Phil and his wife they were always happy. Both of them were always giving kind any of the other. Details are none of my business. Phil Hartmann joined the Saturday night. Live cast in nineteen eighty six that then included Jon Lovitz. Dennis Miller and Dana Carvey in his eight seasons. He didn't impersonations of upwards of seventy famous people. Including Ed McMahon. Bill Clinton Jimmy Swaggart Phil Donahue and Frank Sinatra Phil Hartman's. Death is the latest in a string of tragedies to strike Saturday night live alumni. John Belushi. Who went from the original nineteen seventy five cast to stardom in movies? Such as animal house died of a drug overdose at the age of thirty three in nineteen. Eighty two GILDA radner. A fellow cast member died of ovarian cancer in nineteen eighty nine at age. Forty two Chris Farley who appeared on the show in the nineteen nineties and in the movie Tommy boy died of a drug overdose in December at age. Thirty three several years ago after he left a sketch comedy show. Brynn Hartman said we have more of a normal lifestyle now. Phil was blessed with a tremendous gift for creating characters that made people laugh said donal Heimer West. Coast President of NBC. But more importantly everyone who had the pleasure of working with Phil knows that he was a man of tremendous warmth a true professional and a loyal friend. Who will be deeply missed born Philip Edward Hartman in Ontario Canada Hartman was one in a line of Canadian born Comedians to find success in the United States including the late John Candy and SNL veteran. Dan ackroyd unlike them Phil. Hartmann grew up in America. I in Connecticut then in southern California at Westchester High School on Los Angeles Westside. He was the class clown already doing impersonations of John Wayne Jack Benny and Lyndon Johnson after high school. He studied art and wound up in graphic design. Doing album covers for rock bands. Drawn to stand up comedy Phil Apartment in Nineteen. Seventy five joined the groundlings in Los Angeles. The next one is back almost one hundred years ago April Twenty Eighth Nineteen Twenty seven and it is Hollywood. California wife kills movie actor mate as climax to wild. Jin Party breaking under hours of continual questioning. Mrs Sarah. Carrick film double confessed to police here Wednesday night that she shot and killed her husband. Tom Carrick motion picture. Actor of Western rolls. Her confession mumbled and partly incoherent claimed that revolver she had in her hand was discharged accidentally. When Mrs Anita Isabelle a member of the alleged drinking party in character department attempted to wrest the gun from her hands shot during the Party. Mrs Carrick was booked on a charge of suspicion of murder and four other parties to the shooting were held as material witnesses. Carrick former cowboy of Wyoming was shot to death Wednesday morning during what police termed one of Hollywood's wildest and loudest parties. All those held confessed drinking and understand Back then prohibition was going on it was from nineteen twenty to nineteen thirty. Three and drinking alcohol was illegal. So all of these people confess to drinking and it says in the I will continue in the paper it says and it was not until fourteen hours after the slaying that statements could be obtained from any of them. Mrs Carrick herself did not know. Her husband was dead until police broke the news to her hours after she had been arrested. She admitted however she had gone after a gun to shoot him when she found him in a bedroom with another woman of the party she asserted the gun was discharged accidentally when Mrs Anita Isabel attempted to take it from her in addition to Mrs Carrick those held were Henry and Anita is a bill and Iris Burns all motion picture. Extra workers and Joe Hunt Ms Burns was the alleged recipient of the advances said to have induced the shooting. The next one is actor slaves wife then kill self and this is August six nine thousand nine hundred twenty eight Hollywood California a fifteen year old Vaudeville partnership between husband and wife was broken here today as a tragedy which police called a case of murder and attempted suicide. Jack would vaudeville tricks shoot artist shot and killed his wife. Mrs Nelly would with the rifle he used on the stage. He then turned the gun upon himself. Physician said he probably would not recover a daughter of MRS would by a former marriage witnessed the shooting. Police were told that dissension arose between the partners after the woods had left the vaudeville circuits and attained only moderate success in motion pictures here and I think that is the well. The here's the last. One is a weird one to June sixteenth. Nineteen twenty nine wife. Kills actor fails at suicide? When Frank Helms? Twenty nine retired song and dance man told his wife former Vaudeville Trooper. He would have to sell her trained pony for funds. She shot and killed him at their cottage home near here today then. She leaned over his body and whispered goodbye old. Boy I'm going with you and pulled the trigger of the gun. Placed NEAR HER HEART. It was empty. She surrendered to officers was held on a murder charge. And that's it for today. Please remember to hit subscribed so that you don't miss any episodes it's free to subscribe And please do remember to give us a good review if they have it in your heart to do so I would appreciate it and as always please be safe..

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on Ace and TJ

Ace and TJ

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on Ace and TJ

"Around the week girl but it just seems I get it if if the age thing comes into play and she decides you know what we've been together for awhile and it wasn't as bad as it is now since you know we're aging together and he's aging a lot more than I am. That's one thing but then to go out and say he's cheap and now that that's one of these cases where if this happened in your neighborhood on facebook you'd be calling this couple white trash but it's rich and famous couple right and so it's just T- and say he's not saying anything so far so I hate to throw him in that but if she went on facebook living down the street from you talking about things like this you'd be like redneck. You're exactly because she looks terrible when she starts bringing other things into play in other than which you start talking about money. He doesn't spend money on me. That makes her look bad and a lot of women. Because you know I've noticed I don't know if anybody else has a Lotta Times. Women are competitive with each other. No in a lot of women may look at that and go. Well you know. He's got money but the fact that he's not spending it on you means that he'd unbeliev. You're worth yeah. So the right woman comes along he would feel like she's worth it to spend money. I can hear woman saying that I guess your fault honey. If I were him the first thing I would do is given a lavish gift to the next woman. Here's Al Pacino. And his new girlfriend putting up in our brand new Maserati I would write interface. Never comment on it just just swamp her with beautiful gifts that people see up. How many women would love to be bought flowers all the time? Yeah I A lot. He only bought me flowers. Well he then bring you flowers anymore. he will love Song You will good luck to him. Hats off to them out there. All our best I think Al Pacino is going to be fine We have A story that needs to be related to all of us about the two biggest hastened. Tj Show fans out there today their names. Mr and Mrs Sarah Riggins coming up next. Every weekday morning at seven eight and nine eastern Regan's hosts out get the latest from going on around the world live on the act. J. Show on the half available at I tunes and Google play more. Act J. coming up always TJ show graphics and web designer done by Alpha lab designs looking for spectacular email design at TJ Dot Com web design menus marketing materials brochures flyers social media ads and more design at TJ DOT com. If you are wanting to lose weight and you want to do it the healthy way. Then there's a product that you need to look into. You need to look into it very seriously. It's called CAL. Turn you take At night that's when I take it so that proves that it's not a stimulant of any kind. It's not GonNa mess with your medications. Take all your medications like you normally do. But CALVERTON is Collagen that we lose overtime. 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The question is which one's more insulting that's entertaining guarantee they're both insulting Okay Yesterday was a huge day on the show Ace announced that He had gotten down on one knee in New York City and proposed to his longtime girlfriend. Amanda she said Yes then helped him up accurate so it was all the talk of Of of the country history and the biggest talk was between Regan's mom and dad did they hear it or they just heard it in. They had so many other questions about it. My mom heard it. My Dad had just flown in from. He was in Los Angeles for a couple of days so they were in the car together for some reason maybe get lunch and they call while my mom calls and as soon as I picked I go hello and I hear my dad and put it on speaker man. Put It on speaker. I don't like talking on Speaker Speaker Nance so. They put me on Speaker. After fumbling with their Bluetooth which is another five minutes finally get connected. Hey Hey Hey. Hey what are you doing? What are you doing nothing? I'm just hanging out? Your mom told me as got engaged by. Yeah had they were in New York? They got engaged. It's true yeah yeah I didn't say anything. I guess. He was looking to expand. I didn't say anything. Yeah so yeah. They got engaged. Yeah Yeah they live. Together right yeah. Yep Yep Yep all right okay. Good he happy. He's happy I think so. Yeah I would imagine these pretty happy. Yeah absolutely absolutely I mean. This is literally the conflict absolutely that absolutely and my mom and what about SAS? What about her? She broke up with her boyfriend right now. And Yeah Yeah because what happened. I I don't know mom they. It wasn't working out and they they broke up. Oh God this is it for her. Things are ruined my dad. What I don't what do you want to know? Dad No nothing nothing. I'm Joe I'm listening okay. You're chiming in every two seconds. Guttural sound okay so good I was just curious about. Ace was like why? Don't you call him and we can expedite this process. I'll give you a phone number. He probably won't listen very wrapped up in the show. Now and it's because my mom listens. My Dad's always travel so she released the stories to him. He's not confident about the details. So then he wants confirmation for me so they asked about setting they ask about all the all the time. Yeah we are Her new all my children absolutely. Isn't that the soap that she loved? Who's all my children? Yeah but he is of the belief that she's not necessarily relaying the information to him correctly yes so they get the car to get things like. Let's just call them and then she calls me and then he gets upset. That's not on speaker. She complains that she doesn't like talking on speakerphone. For whatever reason and then it's just bickering and then I tried to answer their questions so but told him was. Hey if you didn't hear as announced on the radio that he got engaged and he thinks that information may be incorrect. Yeah but would he ever say get him get him on the horn or get him on the blower hard give them. Yeah give them a shout get him on the horn absolutely. They're our biggest fans. It's adorable but after the show's have I don't know. Do you guys want to sit around and talk about the show with other people? My head is POW. Would with your painter Gazon Yeah. I would absolutely conduct coming up on now. Trending with Regan's man. People are disturbed this morning talk recounting some childhood trauma and it's the top turning item on twitter this morning. We'll get to it in less than ten minutes. And now Trenton. When you WANNA do anytime remember you can stream the Tj show replay all day every weekday after the show or download the show with the TJ show on demand stay connected funny on the ACC TJ APP available at itunes play.

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

14:11 min | 1 year ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on Forever35

"Our guest today. Today is each Joma Alonzo. Welcome Joma Hi. We're so glad to have you here. Joma allu- is a Seattle based writer speaker and Internet yeller. Her work on social issues such as race gender has been published in the Guardian the stranger Washington Post Elle magazine. NBC News News and more and Her New York Times bestselling first book. So you want to talk about race was released in January. Two thousand eighteen with seal press. Joma was named one of the most influential people in Seattle by Seattle magazine. One of the fifty most influential women in Seattle by Seattle met one of the roots hundred most influential Americans twenty seventeen nineteen and twenty eighteen and is the recipient recipient of the feminist humanist award twenty eighteen by the American Humanist Association the Media Justice Award by the Gender Justice this league and the two thousand eighteen. Aubrey Davis Visionary Leadership Award by the Equal Opportunity Institute and we are so excited to have her here ear to talk about her book and about Self Care and yeah So let's let's get into it Can Can we start Each homered just for listeners. Who aren't familiar with your book? Can you endure night both. Read it can you tell us Kind of tell us generally about what it is and also kind of what your experience has been since publishing it. Obviously it's a New York Times bestseller which is amazing I'd love to hear just kind of what right it has been like since it came out for you. Sure I'm the book is called C.. WanNa talk about race. So it's it's it's pretty self explanatory planetary. It's a kind of guidebook on helping with your conversations on issues of racism in America. It's really designed nine to kind of help. People get past some of the stumbling blocks that frequently Canidu- conversations on race and for your every day life in work at home in your community to really get past those initial conflicts and into really find areas for change range. So each chapter tackles issues or questions that People Kinda stumble upon regularly talking about issues of race the book. It came out in January of last year. And it's been amazing. It's been really well received. It's been used in in colleges across the country work shops across the country. It's been mason to hear from people about the difference. It's made in their life and it's definitely a book that keeps going. It's been interesting to watch this steady use and you know over the last almost two years now how and to see it. Still be relevant and something that people are still recommending to each other and to see it really improving not only relationships let's but in actual situations that are impacting people of color across the country and even outside of the United States. And we should say that it came Out in the paperback edition in September. And you you wrote a new introduction for the paperback which I thought was a preface For for the paperback that I thought was interesting Were you kind of talk about some of the I guess some of the things that you sort of wish. You would disgust in the original edition Can you talk about a little bit about how you came to those realizations. I guess. Certainly I mean I think this is something that faces every writer. Where is the things you right? Stay static even the raiders grow and change and an often we grow and change because of what we right and so writing a book on recently. I book you. Even the process of talking about the book and traveling in hearing from people added to what I felt like. I wish I had this. I wish I could have included this. It changed it added nuance to my own ideas. He is of what I'd I'd written and Ching and use also showed some areas where you know could have done more Or better and they think any brighter always thinks they could do more and I think any topic we write about. We could write multiple books about but you luckily when you have a paperback you get to at least give voice least to some of that instead of just carrying it with you and so it was really nice to have the opportunity to talk about what I would like to include things. I learned that you know my own privilege had kind of stopped me from realizing raising of just care that I could have taken in some areas of the book especially daily Issues facing people of Color. That aren't lack. That's my own lived experience Ryan But also things that I just didn't realize needed to be explained as explicitly as they did and so seeing it And then getting another Chanson very grateful that it sold well enough to. Do you know to be able to have a paperback edition. So that I could at least include some of those things and talk about it and people know that I- side and you know I'm not the last person to write a book about race and certainly not I and it's always important. I think think for us to recognize what more we can do and what could happen next. And what ask about cultural appropriation because we talk a ton about self care on this podcast and self care practices and I think a lot of what we're seeing in self care right now kind of is there is a lot of cultural appropriation going on and so I was wondering if you could kind of speak about how we can bring more awareness to the ways in which a lot of self care practices especially you know things that white women are doing our coach cultural appropriation. Yes certainly I would say that you know hard what I I I think we should look at is a lot of the idea of self care as it is. Popularized wigs was well within white supremacy by the idea to have this luxury time. Where you can set everything side is something that many people of colored never get to two and I would say especially women of color and so a lot of detractors? That are often adopted are not Mrs Sarah what we would call self care her but our survival by a lot of practices other cultures have come up with to get by to live or something that are you know survival. For communities communal practices religious practices very important practices are treated as luxury items as retreats for white the people and it's important to recognize why that's problematic and it's not problematic that anybody would would want some luxury in their life. It is problematic to sink that you can take something that was created for survivor. Where for community eighty or you know to hold an oppressed people together and not take any of the struggle not to anything to you? Reconcile your part in that oppression and that's really where we're the issue wise for. I think a lot of people. It's not that people want to practice yoga or you know. Go on a sweat or do any of these things. It's the fact that these things are since they are part of a culture that is being told they don't have a right to themselves and these things were created to balance you. You know in to fight off sloop. Russian that white culture has perpetrated and or have been held onto inspite of oppression of white culture. And so then to have people who don't have to face any of that who we'd these things for that purpose to say. Oh that's nice. I want some of that without also so thinking what can I do to ease the burden that I'm imposing upon this culture Or what can I do to make sure that whatever prophets Sweden eight from this actually goes to the culture that created maintains its is in itself just more colonialism white supremacy. And so I think for me. The focus is not necessarily on the act itself but in the imbalance behind it by the problem is the symptom is cultural appropriation. Russian raped power imbalance ends up looking like true appropriate. And what I would love. People to look at is the power imbalance to look at where the problem lies. What makes it cultural appropriation? Asian and tackle back so tackle eraser and our cultures you know tackle The way in which capitalism cuts communities of color out of any profits from their own creations. Tackle the Exploitation of communities of colored sat tackle the censoring of Whiteness in media And pop culture all of these things that make cultural appropriation that give teeth. Those are the things I would like people to focus on where oftentimes ends up happening. Instead is something that rise still with inwards premacy which is people WANNA list of. What can I do if I can't you know if I can't do yoga if I can't you no dress up like a Gisha if I can't do all these things what can I do and really what people are asking is this? How can operate the same way? I always have without feeling bad and instead if you you know people talk about how much they appreciate and love other cultures. New Celebrating other cultures was celebrating other cultures needs looking towards sustainment of that culture her and showing appreciation for what was given by trying to not be a burden and to lift any burden that you've placed and that's really what I want. People people start focusing on. Yeah I mean kind of along those lines. I love all the actionable suggestions you have in your book for how people can fight systemic racism. Right you can try. You can try to link to the stomach effects of racism whenever you talk about racism Can you you can talk a little bit more about that and explain why this is so important. I'm it's an order for a couple of reasons. One is that what people of color are are suffering from is not the sentiments the lack of love for White people right and a lot of times. We like to keep discussions on race and racism. Awesome in the hearts you know feelings and love in Area and what will it really is is system systemic oppression. It's Tau those opinions and feelings could be manipulated by the system or the power that our systems give those feelings so I could walk in the street and people can think whatever they want with me and I'm fine with what does bother me. Is that if they decide to act on it and they'd said outcome feelings about me because the color of my skin our entire air system our employment system our government our media will line up behind that action to make it more powerful and that's really what impacts the lives of people of Color and so when we're talking about issues of race it's important to recognize a that it's oftentimes is more effective to get people to see why something is a problem that they're doing if they see how her playing into something more systemic but also because that's really where the pain lies for people of Color and people of color don't feel heard when all the here is. I'm sorry if you felt bad when I did this because it's not not saying. I felt that you know if I get talk to her in a meeting by a white man. It's not just that it's rude to be talked over. It's because it plays into the general erasure and subjugation. That black women face in workplaces across the country right it reinforces that pattern and it's part of a long trail of events to harm and it doesn't exist from its own and so we need to tie to these larger issues a because that's where the real issue is. That's what people of color are talking about winter talking about these situations but also because people need to understand the full weight of what they're doing and they need to also know but it's the systems they need to attack and that when they fail to look at their actions. They are supporting oppressive assistance. It's not just a made a mistake or I did what I would do with anyone else it is. I supported a longstanding harmful racist system. So you know I am example. I think using the book Lucas. If you make a joke about people of color being late in the office we are actually doing is not just making a joke. You are up hoping a stereotype. Oh type that makes people was likely to be hired for jobs and that because we have racist systems that allow all black people to be judged in mass That you know are fever. Negative stereotypes that want to find reasons to hold old white employees above employees of color. Then you what you're saying is no longer just a joke and the harm that that brunt of that that joke fields which is not just the by person you're talking about but every black person an officer black person who would work in. That office is larger richer than just a few words. And that's really why we have these conversations and I think that's why it's important. I think everyone should know especially white people. You should know the broader impact of what they're doing because people of color are meant to feel that every single day we feel the full weight of racist actions agents. That's why we spent so much time focusing on things like microaggressions because there's nothing micro about that because they play into a large system that is crushing people..

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"So I don't know if that had anything to do with it. I don't know to be honest with you. I don't I don't know. know. I I think. think that there's a good villain is always an easier sell on a fight to. I think the fact that he's not likeable, and I'm not crazy about him either. But I do think he deserves that shot, but I like tomorrow a lot more as a person I really like him, but Koby being kind of a dick or a villain. Certainly does not hurt sell the fight, you know, but I think for you it works out. Well, either way, and I think the I don't think Colby will fight you before he fights Kamara or tyrant for the next five is going to be a title shot. If he's gonna fight. Yeah. I heard there was rumor that he was gonna fight till in London. And I don't think that's going to happen. I think Mazda got that one. So at the time when I was looking for a fight that fight was like out there. You know, the the information was out there on social media Cobra coffee kings, fight kill mountain, blah, blah, blah or sitting for it. So might mantle everybody's just going up. So, but that's not happening Mazda dog. I think taking over that. So yeah, I don't think Colby. I mean. And it's understandable. I mean, you're supposed to be fighting for the town. I'm not gonna find anybody to fight for the title told me. I was no fight. You know? So that's understandable one. He's he's gonna wait. I believe the fight for that title. Yeah. Why why didn't I because I think you against San pods? Nubia will be an incredible fight. What happened with that? Did he does not want to go? Does he hurt? No, I I really don't understand. What was going on the we were talking back with the coaches and everything, and and I just believe he just didn't wanna fight. I think he's finding RDA. Now. That's the guy. He wanted to fight. You don't wanna fight me. It looked like for for a little while there that it was going to happen. And I was preparing for that was probably we were on vacation Christmas vacation. We're actually went the wildlands. I was training. On vacation. And and then the fight ended up happening. So which is okay, I'm coming into this camp in already in check. Now, it might have been on that vacation. And this is coming from MRs, Sarah, my wife, you made a nervous don't play catch. What you nephew don't do that you and Chris wideman were you know, what I'm talking about. It wasn't that far a throw. Oh, my. Oh, the throwing the baby now. But it was it was funny. You guys are aesthetical. You gotta dangerous realize wonderboy if they have a family reunion. How dangerous his family is not just with his father is alone. Is a scary individual. Yes. But you know, him one the boy. Boy could take out a whole bar now. Then you pick your they're related to the wineman. That's right. You know, not only that his other sister is married to call those Machado of the famous Machado clan. I mean that is I mean holy shit. Man. You guys have all the bases covered. You guys got the karate. Call those brings into ju jitsu jujitsu master Wiedeman with the wrestling and look at you guys. I'm just thinking about its crows a plan from the get-go. Plan. They weren't playing marriages..

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"Chelsea Gilmore says this that is all university is for teaching disappoint. I totally agree. I was looking. I was thinking about school and my daughter's, you know, with math and all of these different course, where can I was like, you know what school really is less about the information you receive, especially in this day and age where you have like calculators and spell check and all of these things. Of course, those are important tools to have, but I think school more than. Anything about discipline. If you have disciplined, new can manifest any vision that God has given you, but it requires discipline. And that's honestly back to meeting carbs, like a fulltime job sometimes buckle down because like I cannot afford to indulge in everything that I want to do when I know that there are things that I need to do. I don't get up and go to orange there because I have a great time running and being out of breath and just lend my knees while apart I go because there is a discipline attached to me doing something that I don't wanna do because the end result is what I do desire in so disciplines everything. I thought that was a word be question. Johnson says, books, videos are literally changing my life got exposed me to pastor. Stare at the perfect time. There is nothing like problem solving yourself through your healing with some with some what guidance, but not solely relying on a mentor. Thank you. Pastor db for challenge me. Come on somebody at pastor DP you. There are several several channels of resource. Okay, so here's the thing. This shine goes. His father helped me received his supplant in diligence. Let me tell you something so I not lost weight. Like recently I've lost about twenty pounds, but before this I had lost fifty pounds before I went from being like one ninety five to one forty and when I was losing weight when I was like one ninety, I'd never had any fitness goals in my life. I'm not an athlete like me in running have never happened before, but when I was losing weight for the first time I literally would be on the treadmill praying. NG like not joking, like praying that I will get through. Like I helped me to love my body guy Helme to take care of my body guy, give me discipline helped me to not give up and I, I would literally chug through the thirty minutes that I was on any lived through prayer and the more that I prayed for discipline, like a really ended up getting it. So like you gonna braver discipline. But like if you really start praying for like, literally, when you go to like guy, I want you to Utah. Being related with God, guy can really mess around and be your best friend. God. I really wanna eat this fly, but this is not good for me and I have a goal and I literally need your wisdom in your discipline in your strength to resist it because it we cannot resist something as small as something we want to eat or something as small as social media been. How do we have the discipline to run multimillion dollar organizations or the discipline of breaking generational cars or the. Disciplined to be in a loving, fulfilling fruitful marriage if we don't have the discipline guard tongue. So literally praying for discipline. It's been amazing for me. Johnson Kim's, it pastor db is you pastor Damon, bully this, Damon. Bully thing has become a thing. I have a snack for demon bullying that I wanna share with you guys. That's all I'm gonna share with you, but come on pastor DB. There's a new word attached to my name. Okay. So that was my first question. I have second question. Hi MRs. Sarah, may God continue to bless you, honor you, improper. You. I wanted to ask you something. How did you know what you're calling was? Was it related to your job, and how did you know you were walking in purpose? So my calling have anything to do with any of my calling to do with one of my jobs, but all of my jobs up until that point had been random project manager for my dad's entertainment company. I was an office manager for the United States Air Force before. Then I was like a receptionist for a weapons defense company like..

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"He goes into these towns at talks to people who are openly hostile to him, and often times wins the moreover, and it's really, really hard to for democrat to win a statewide office in Texas. It has not happened in a long time, and it has it has a chance to happen now, but I would be I still would be surprised if he won. I'm glad he pulled that out because been some. This has been a fascinating election sums of electron campaigning because as a thing last week, I think the Cruz campaign campaigns cow posted on social media. A picture of this Beppo cowards in a punk bands. He was two pieces of and. I was gonna say. Punk band. A little bit of facial hair. I'm like, Ted Cruz is just the most boring person alive in comparison. This period where he was killing people in San Francisco when he was zodiac killer. Just really, really think that me MRs Sarah. That bringing this back to Wilby care about in terms of like net neutrality, which one of my pet issues. Ted Cruz. The Senator in question had one of the best quotes from two thousand fourteen about trial denied. Ooh, it's being dear to my heart. This is a tweet. I'm going to read it net. Neutrality is ObamaCare for the internet. Again, one of those tickets, everything wrong at once. Then incredibly popular. You look at the public mobilization for it every time it's threatened. And if you position that neutrality that way, people would be like, oh, really the difference? It's much easier to explain healthcare as you know, then. And also the telcos that'd be pointed out earlier in the program, have enormous lobbying budget and can force way. But I just, you know, Ted Cruz for what are we thinking about him politically outside of tech inside a tech is wrong on child. Then also wrong. Now on social media regulations. Advertently. We made an argument a couple of weeks ago for net neutrality when the Santa Clara fire department point out the Verizon, throbbing, Chris communication. In California history, that data rates down to zero contract and it was a contractual mess. But the way it can easily be packaged and reported to public is along the lines of look telcos. Ken, decide the interest of public safety more than your fire departments or your police departments can do you really want taxpayers to pay that much more money during emergencies, because telcos view and opportunity for profit like that is that that's that's what comes out of there. But that wasn't actually a net neutrality issue per se, they, they folded, the contract will rules. And so Verizon, I think, has Leonard with big face to work there as I have no particular love for the company because they bought AOL whatever. But but I saw a lot of stuff that that was an issue when it wasn't. It was universal throttling throttled just one service that would be an interesting violation. Do I think Verizon's unlimited plans are weird? Yes. Is a dumped three different unlimited plans. Sure, yes, cetera, et cetera. With unlimited. Kobe. Is it would not be that hard to make to to say. This is what happened in the Senate clarifiers. The fire department could not get access to data when they needed it to coordinate critical lifesaving firefighting. You don't want telcos gouging you at a time like this and under the law as it stands now they can do. Did is they basically handed weapons to anyone who wants to regulate telcos and make and make cases for here are here are how they should behave in times of national emergency. Here's how they should behave in and declared emergency. Here's how they should behave at this point has been pretty good about looking down companies, whether they let. Nine. Eleven Civis trope on one. Sorry. Really does apply to somebody else in the American. That's not meant to be a joke. I'm just no, No, no, no, no, no. no, no. Certainly. I mean, it's getting used to the American system of putting months before days which seems completely. One of the things that surprised me about that that whole story was that there is that the fire department had to buy a commercial data service.

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Why they fought we're taking a look at the events in the decisions that led up step by step to the american revolution and to the war for independence and part of what needs to be understood is that our forefathers in the north american colonies were different from their english cousins partially because they so clearly understood the value of money now the english also understood money i mean remember napoleon wants supposedly referred to england as a nation of shopkeepers and meant that very derisively but in america it was different because in england you could be a very popular person you could have a lot of prestige if you had the right background the right family background if you have the right noble title it didn't matter if you were deeply in debt in fact parliament and the government wa was full of all kinds of aristocratic sites who would squandered family fortunes and had no money but america was all about money you could come to america like george washington's family did about one hundred years before this time and not have a lot of money and earn some and become a leading family everything was based upon money it was a much more open society and as a result people spoke about money far more openly there was considered to be nothing disgraceful about understanding the value of money what's interesting when you look at newspaper accounts of weddings and this really absolutely knocked me out there is one elizabeth stiff of virginia for instance who is a bride who was described as quote a very amiable lady with a fortune of a thousand pounds sterling that's what the wedding announcement stipulated can you imagine someone doing that today these these folks were not embarrassed to talk about money as a motivation for people and as a reflection of their hard work march fifteenth seventeen seventy one the virginia gazette announced yesterday was married in henrico mr william cada third son of mr john carter age twentythree to mrs sarah ellison relict that means widow of mr gerald ellison aged eighty five a sprightly old tit with three thousand pounds fortune pretty clear motivation their money mattered and that's why because of the recognition of money representing what people worked hard for what they save for what they built for and representing a family's future.

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Is coming up at three now back to michael medved at age sixty am the answer why they fought we're taking a look at the events in the decisions that led up step by step to the american revolution and to the war for independence and part of what needs to be understood is that our forefathers in the north american colonies were different from their english cousins partially because they so clearly understood the value of money now the english also understood money i mean remember napoleon one supposedly referred to england as a nation of shopkeepers and meant that very derisively but in america it was different because england you could be a very popular person you could have a lot of prestige if you had the right background the right family background if you have the right noble title it didn't matter if you were deeply in debt in fact parliament and the government wa was full of all kinds of aristocratic sites who had squandered family fortunes and had no money but america was all about money you could come to america like george washington's family did about one hundred years before this time and not have a lot of money and earn some and become a leading family everything was based upon money it was a much more open society and as a result people spoke about money far more openly there was considered to be nothing disgraceful about understanding the value of money what's interesting is when you look at newspaper accounts of weddings and this really absolutely knocked me out there is one elizabeth stiff of virginia for instance who is a bride who was described as quote a very amiable lady with a fortune of a thousand pounds sterling that's what the wedding announcement stipulated can you imagine someone doing that today these these folks were not embarrassed to talk about money as a motivation for people and as a reflection of their hard work march fifteenth seventeen seventy one the virginia gazette announced yesterday was married in henrico mr william cada third son of mr john carter age twentythree to mrs sarah era ellison relict that means widow of mr gerald ellison aged eighty five a sprightly old tit with three pows pounds fortune yeah this is pretty clear motivation their money mattered and that's why because of the recognition of money representing what people worked hard for what they save for what they built for and representing family's future.

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Why they fought we're taking a look at the events and the decisions that led up step by step to the american revolution and to the war for independence and part of what needs to be understood is that our forefathers in the north american colonies were different from their english cousins partially because they so clearly understood the value of money now the english also understood money i mean remember napoleon wants supposedly referred to england as a nation of shopkeepers and meant that very derisively but in america it was different because in england you could be a very popular person you could have a lot of prestige if you had the right background the right family background if you had the right noble title it didn't matter if you were deeply in debt in fact parliament and the government wa was full of all kinds of aristocratic sites who had squandered family fortunes and had no money but america was all about money you could come to america like george washington's family did about one hundred years before this time and not have a lot of money and earn some and become a leading family everything was based upon money it was a much more open society and as a result people spoke about money far more openly there was considered to be nothing disgraceful about understanding the value of money what's interesting is when you look at newspaper accounts of weddings and this really absolutely knocked me out there is one elizabeth stiff of virginia for instance who is a bride who was described as quote a very amiable lady with a fortune of one thousand pounds sterling that's what the wedding announcement stipulated q imagine someone doing that today these these folks were not embarrassed to talk about money as a motivation for people and as a reflection of their hard work march fifteenth seventeen seventy one the virginia gazette announced yesterday was married in henrico mr william cada third son of mr john carter age twentythree to mrs sarah era ellison relict that means widow of mr gerald ellison aged eighty five a sprightly old tit with three thousand pounds fortune yeah it's pretty clear motivation their money mattered and that's why because of the recognition of money representing what people worked hard for what they save for what they built for.

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Dot com you can get your mom freshly dipped strawberries starting nineteen ninety nine plus shipping and handling and look you could double the berries for digital ten bucks cheapskate so get her double the berries this way when you go over and see you can shove half of them in your fat face won't care berries dot com code you have see very important because we don't want some other scum getting credit absolutely going to click on the mike in the parietal mike and put you do it for me a mac we don't get paid a lot of money for this gig and then we're on our way out if we don't start bringing the dollars and that's what dana has said why no mrs what mrs sarah is getting for mother's day due to mrs sarah being my wife yes my mother no she passed berries dot com code code ufc coaching like your six year old daughter doing the school play smile pick up the flower wave at the wizard i'm gonna take a leak what do you think that jimmy let's just do it to get punk helmets no sheri's berries are literally my favorite snack i'm not just saying that because we sponsor over the read is oh i do enjoy them a whole lot yeah yeah they're delicious tasty strawberries so i'm rational lucy berries gonna get that for her then i'm gonna get lucky think so i still a lot of guys after a while they get bored of being with their wife not you not this guy.

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Of oil walmart up now by five point one percent west texas intermediate crude up two point six percent took fifty eighty seven a barrel brent crude is at 15th six fifty three by one point three percent the euro has strengthened after catalonia's presidents stepped back from declaring immediate independence from spain the dollar weakened against most major currencies as president trump's feud with senator bob corker clouded the future for his muchheralded tax reform certainly a lot of questions in washington about the odds of tax reform thomas diagnosis is equity strategist at ubs asset management well i th i think it constructive portfolio base on the valuation or kindu x tax cuts if here solely relying on that then you're you're making a vat on alert maybe a level of expertise that most people don't have because i think the the direction this can go we'll we'll be determined by things that are hard to predict airline stocks flying higher today jumping for the second time in a week after american airlines group cited unexpected strengthened ticket prices and united continental holding shored up its financial outlook united continental up now by four point six percent american airlines higher by four point six press that was well s p up four power by two tenths of one percent the dow up fifty six up three tenths of one percent nasdaq up one tenth of one percent gold is 12 eighty fifty the ounce up four tenths of one percent i'm charlie pellett that's a bloomberg business flash appreciated charlie pellett you're listening to bloomberg markets and this is pulled back yeah technology are facing some calls for taxes to be collected in the uk and also all sorts of new regulations as it relates to the issues of fake news in beyond mrs sarah frier joins us right now for the first time how congratulations circular last said oh sandy sara this this these issues at the heart of silicon valley's is sort of libertarian notion that yellow pay their taxes but they really want to sort of be above government they want to be a source of sort of.

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of a you know a well after that for a lot of virgin from the process had to say something beyond condolences suggestion that gun laws a haven't worked to reduce crime swiss of chicago choose said before might be the fault of the people of chicago not the concept cells and ask for gun policy she noting that it's premature to talk about policy she said there will be time to discuss policy and gun control i don't want to create laws that will not stop the actual shootings and also just noted that this is of course an ongoing investigation so much to still be known about that shooting incident that we do know that this is the largest mass shooting in us history and president trump has in the past before he was a candidate for president talked about you know having more sensible gun laws regarding assault weapons in particular uh uh at moment so one wonders if you might take a different stance in office and then we see that reflected a gun stocks today with the expectation people run by certain kinds of conseco any guns whatsoever which has been through in the past when these events happen unfortunately we've seen this out play before if you well we also do want to point out that it to forty five p m wall street time there will be moment of silence on the bat white house south lawn the president will be there with first lady melania trump 245 on the white house south london we will of course take you there when that does occur and one worth noting to that there are about thirty thousand gun deaths in america every year and the most of them are don't look like this but that this is a thing that certainly captures our attention a first would such a whole mess tragedy like this happens but you know ninety other people will likely be killed today gun violence across soon and save some in lots of other situations are the movement of this kind of attention and certainly won't get the kind of tension of mrs sarah huckabee sanders also taking some questions.

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2

LA Talk Radio Channel 2

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2

"Want to definitely for you are wrong lane another great it was love liberal so wonderful fell meles and german mrs sarah cars nick mattiello bring all the lauren laura come on over here come on over here switched these were laura mere thorough pour me please thank you mayor we actually had a character name sara and then an actor name sarah cell we'd get confused oh my god i got a good lori oh my god this is lauren early at welcome lord him out here oh my god lauren oh my is i know it sounds like i'm just saying the same thing but up to we had such a talent did cast look lorn even in casting we're laura oh my god it was like yeah amazing you know and you don't want people what people have this talent that some would kind of say is a natural talent to do whatever it is that you do whenever it is that you love doing people wonder you know like what what's your story what is your backstory did allows you to be able to bring your character that real on the screen would it has to be something to give it to give it to my fence move as tone what is it that make slower and be able to come on screen in then transform into this amazing character everyone has to believe it because there's just how incredible you were stunned yes as i doubt yes okay keep government i mean i grew up on the east coast and the oldest out of three children so i've always play you know more of a a mother figure you know right um and i feel like that is what my character was very relatable tsunamis she is the one to keep her husband his friend here in check and i'm in the reasonable person outright yes and which is.

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"mrs sarah" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

03:02 min | 4 years ago

"mrs sarah" Discussed on KKAT

"Independent in thoughts and punk rock in life is the chad benson show president certainly felt that anthony's comments were inappropriate for a person in that position she not us to our spanish rigging listeners out there that you are joining us on the jet benson show skirmishes out that was ten days ten days wasn't two weeks you couldn't make it two weeks you could not make it two weeks two weeks fourteen day man think about this for a second look how long the likes of i dunno michael flynn i think he lasted what four weeks three weeks right paribas six months longtime or there sean spicy spicer's in ho scare much not so much john kelly new white house chief of staff sogeti here i don't want you round i think you're joke you're a loose cannon and there's no credibility that you offer this administration or anything at all to the american people he didn't want to burden general kelly also with that line of succession died general kelly has the fourth already and to operate within the white house in all staff will report must respect map rpi the march was gone like that think about that guy what around but two weeks two weeks everybody had something to say about the merge everybody had some the somewhere to chime in susan collins talked about over the weekend the president certainly has the right to choose from every once but i certainly hope that is new communications director strikes the different tone benny has sent his first week on the job yeah well you don't have to worry about that as mrs sarah huckabee sanders juan de as lopez tells us here but he does not have a role at this time now trump administration and we put out a satan earlier announcing that and i don't have much of what else is there to save with your two weeks even packets boxes because it was poor management poor management no this wasn't a brilliant idea to get rid of rights prediced inge in and you know sean spicer spicer said look if you or the man you're right i'm the man i run everything it's my ship i'm the dude who does it all i am this a buck stops with me i'm the greatest of all time did you read my book greatest book ever wrote the bible actually to tie every you know this this stuff you get then you don't.

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