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Judds asks court to seal report of death investigation

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 d ago

Judds asks court to seal report of death investigation

"The family of country singer Naomi Judd filed a court petition to seal police reports and recordings made during the investigation into her death Naomi Judd died in April at her home in Tennessee daughter Ashley Judd has previously said her mother killed herself Because we don't want it to be a part of the gossip economy I will share with you that she used a weapon Judd says her mother was lost to the disease of mental illness Our mother couldn't hang on until she was inducted into the Hall of Fame By her peers I mean that is the level of catastrophe of what was going on inside of her The Judd family says records contain video and audio interviews with relatives in the immediate aftermath of Naomi Judd's death and releasing those details would inflict significant trauma and irreparable harm I'm Ed Donahue

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Joni Mitchell, 78, graces stage after nearly 2 decades away

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Joni Mitchell, 78, graces stage after nearly 2 decades away

"A big surprise for music fans over the weekend don't it always seem to go that you don't know what you've got till it's gone it takes you could be forgiven for thinking that Joni Mitchell had done her last performance She had suffered an aneurysm back in 2015 and has had some health issues since It's believed her last full show was in late 2002 but there she was taking part in a full length concert Sunday at the Newport folk festival in Rhode Island The Boston Globe report she joined brandy Carlisle and other artists including wynonna Judd and Marcus mumford doing a 13 song set She even played an electric guitar solo After their rendition of both sides now Carlyle fought back tears and asked the audience did the world just stop I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Verdugo twice rallies Red Sox for 6-5 win over Yankees

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Verdugo twice rallies Red Sox for 6-5 win over Yankees

"Alex verdugo hit a two out two run single in the tenth inning as the Red Sox raced a two run deficit to walk off with a 6 5 win over the rival Yankees Boston rookie Jeter downs first major league hit played ghost runner Jaron Duran to make it 5 four and put runners on first and second setting the stage for verdugo's heroics Just to keep fighting back and forth man it was one of those games where it just it felt like it needed to be us Aaron Judd and Anthony Rizzo hit back to back RBI doubles in the top of the tenth to make it 5 three Gethin cool ball Boston

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Naomi Judd celebrated at 'River of Time' memorial service

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Naomi Judd celebrated at 'River of Time' memorial service

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Ashley Judd talks about mental health after mother's death

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Ashley Judd talks about mental health after mother's death

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Naomi Judd, of Grammy-winning duo The Judds, dies at 76

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Naomi Judd, of Grammy-winning duo The Judds, dies at 76

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"  judd" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

05:06 min | 9 months ago

" judd" Discussed on Doughboys

"Ate both. That's great. Those are stressful day, a big slab of cake. Gotta do it sometimes. I'm a big cake guy. By hoping is I used to, I used to get a big piece of chocolate cake and then a big can of whipped cream, douse it, drown it in whipped cream. I mean, that's the best being an adult. Is that you really shouldn't do that anymore. I'm furious. I'm not allowed to. I'm furious that it's wrong. 'cause you have the freedom to do it. You like, you can just go to like I would just go to the grocery store and get a slice they have individual slices of cake. I'll just get that sometimes. And I'm like, I can do this. I have the money. I have the freedom. And I'm going to feel like shit later. I did it arouse during the pandemic. I had a day of crazy stress. I bought 5 different slices of the cheapest Ralph's cake. The lemon cake, the chocolate cake. The red velvet cake, the finale cake. I just sat there with a fork, went from one to the other to the other, 8, probably 70% of it. And then just like passed out in a sugar coma with some regret, but not much regret. I did test myself in the pandemic. One of my worst days of just stress eating was I ate a pint of Haagen dazs ice cream. And then I started a second one and finished the second one and I realized I had never hit two full pints in a row. Two pointer. And that was bottom. That was bothering. That I realized was going to lead to some heart problems. So I didn't do it again. I do think that a two pint a day could just kill me at this point. I think two pints could just take me down. You know, you know, you know my issue, jud, I'm a cake fan as well, and then there's so much cake verse. The cake first pie wars got to end. I like both of them. It's a reverse alien versus predator whoever wins we win. We like them both. Doesn't have any contest. I feel like so many people were like, oh, cake. I'm like, you like cake. You just do it. It's great. I sound so good. I'm okay. I'm okay, when I go into like a deli and they have like 7 layer like the craziest heights of a chocolate cake. You know, I love it. I like a vanilla lemon cake with those little like white chocolate leaves in it. Oh yeah. Oh yes. So Ben, Jewish, you like a slice of chocolate. Jewish deli fantastic. Yeah, that's a lot of fun. I don't go into Jewish deli. My uncle. And queens, I think I've been trained on just all that food. Wow, they're all. I'm a big, I'm a big birthday flavor guy. If you ever had that big slice of birthday cake, I'll do that sometimes. That's not my favorite flavor. That is amazing. There's ice creams with that flavor. Yeah. I'll do it, but pure chocolate, chocolate, chocolate, vanilla ice cream on top. Rick, I think, just likes to say he likes birthday flavor, which is a weird, annoying thing to say. I do. Because what is birthday flavor really? It's just like white cake with a lot of sprinkles. Yeah. Which I mean. Yeah. Sugar sugar. Well, I'm gonna go eat right now. I'm trying to think of doing this podcast. What if it leads to a healthier and unhealthy meal? Like just talking about all this. Will I feel like, man, you should eat healthy after all that? Or will I go, let's go down a dark cave right now. I think it will only lead to bad things. It's just a ladder, yeah. Unfortunately. Thank you so much for making time for us before you go. What we like to do on the show is give a closing thought and a fork score for the chain. So you want to give us a closing thought on this week's changing whammy burger and then a rating from zero to 5 forks. Zero to 5 forks, I will say, recently, upon ordering it into my office, I have reignited my love affair with umami burger. I hadn't had it in a while. I loved it. It's impossible product. And I've been having it. At least once a week. I'm gonna give it a four and a half out of 5 for a date lunchtime, order for me. Pure satisfaction. Now, is most of that for the chocolate shake? Maybe. But still, I'm always happy when I'm done and I have convinced myself it's all healthy. Wow. Four forks two times very good score from our guests, Judd Apatow, jud thanks so much for joining us and you'd like to plug it this time. I like to plug just kindness just the world in kind to each other. You know, that's my plug. I love that. There you go. Spread some of that around. And you know what? I think it's going to start here with doughboys. I think people will hear this. And Yellowstone, and the new season of Yellowstone. I mean, I'm not a part of it, but man, it is, I think it's the best season so far. Wow. Check it out. If you can't be nice, watch Yellowstone. Yeah..

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"  judd" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

07:23 min | 9 months ago

" judd" Discussed on Doughboys

"November 22nd, 2020 one is from. So it just got played. All right. So they may have fallen off and found another podcast by this point. Oh, a 100%, yeah. Yeah. Well, maybe they've been running. Listen to some far right podcast. So this will someday be as well. Will opportunistically try to take a hard right turn at some point. Probably boost our Patreon numbers. It's inevitable. But before we do that, Mitch that drop was all about your love for your cats, Wally and Irma are guest today. Also a cat guy will get into that. A writer director and producer whose films include the 40 year old virgin, train wreck, and the king of Staten Island, and Netflix's love, featuring her own Mike Mitchell. Judd Apatow. Hi, Judd. So happy to be here. I'm so ill right now. I've had the fever, I've ended up flew three times in 6 weeks, not COVID, we don't think. I could do one of those people that the tests don't read it. You know? Maybe my system's different. But I literally is the third time in 6 weeks I've had like fever chills, no explanation. Had a blood test. They see nothing or maybe I'm just crazy. Have you seen Aaron Rodgers at all lately? Were you in the vicinity of Aaron Rodgers? Well, the thing about Aaron Rodgers is, I remember he was on Pete host podcast and he told a story about seeing aliens. And I somehow feel it's all connected. I feel like it's all connected to his worldview. Yes, I can see that. There's definitely some crossover. You don't know what you believe. You don't know what to believe. That's all, right? It's like an X files situation. Well, one of the cool that is crazy to me that he saw aliens, Aaron Rodgers? I don't know, go hunt down the old, you made a weird podcast, he had a full alien story. Now that I don't believe that kind of a thing, I think, even our government has said, we don't know what some of these things are. There's a lot where they're like hundreds of sightings from fighter pilots. So why would we not believe him? Yes, it's true. We were talking about the pills, the tic tacs wiks that everyone had seen to seem. Seemed to see the white little bit. What did you say? The tic tacs, the little white tic tac chips. You don't know how the white tic tac ships? No, I thought you were saying, I think it was trying to say TikTok and getting it wrong. Tic tacs, what are they? What the hell are you like alien tiktoks? No, I'm saying there's the tic tac ships, like the white judgment. Like the ships are shaped. They have the same form factor as a tic tac. Got it. Yes. Yes. Yeah. Which really isn't that technically advanced when you think about it. No. No. Just as a shape. Is that the most aerodynamic shape? It doesn't seem like it doesn't seem. It doesn't seem like one. Maybe they're much less technologically advanced than us. They just get here. They're impressed by our fighter jets. They know how to get here, but really shitty equipment. Yeah. There's a scenario where I could be a God to these people. I'm so intelligent. Next level intelligence compared to the tic tac people. I'm glad to be here even in a ill state I passed out, and then I was like, should I cancel? A lot of canceling discussion. I moved it from earlier today to late and then I said, you know what? I'm gonna roll with I'm sick attitude. Wow. And just be real with you. I'm gonna be real with you guys. Judd, that feeling of canceling hours before the show, I think it's something every guest goes through. Something that happens on this pod. And then you get the sunk cost fallacy, if I already ate the meal, so I might as well talk about it. I think also I just will say that also you could be feeling sick because of the pod. That's another possibility. That's true. That's happened. Because now you know when you do podcasts, you're up late that night thinking what did I say, will it end my career? Sure. We got little joke out of context in 8 years when I get hired on some network show, take me down. So I'm scared. I've given myself a 7 second delay, because I can say anything. I might say some really pretty terrible things that are gonna hurt whole communities and my whole career. You know what? Where truth tellers, we're going to leave it all in, unless you say not to, but we're going to leave it all in and let people hear the truth. That's the worst call. That's what it's called. Yeah, I think guys it should. You know, that whole thing that I said, I mean, is there any way you could lose it? The thing where I thought I talked about how Epstein is kind of a cool guy, even though he's done a lot of bad stuff but he's so cool. I mean that whole section about my temple. I mean, I said something about my rabbi that I think might come across from. And we're confidently saying you should keep it and see why and I don't have to worry about the career thing. We're fine. We're fine. You got patriots. Doesn't matter. Doesn't matter. Patreon. That's all that yeah. If that goes we're in trouble, but that's the only thing we. But Judd, I gotta tell you, just Nick listing off your credits. I was a late bloomer. And I lost my virginity. Just shortly before 40 year old version came out, which was the biggest relief ever for me because it made me make me cool. But it was about to be released and I was so thrilled that I was no longer a virgin because I just felt like I was going to live with those jokes for so long. And then the movie was hilarious when I saw it. Well, you could have views that you could be like, hey, you see that movie? I'm like the guy. I'm all clean. I'm all clean. You know, the ending where she didn't mind, but you shouldn't mind either. I remember when we were working on that movie and we were trying to figure out how Katherine keener would react when she found out. And then we realized, oh, she would just go, oh, that's better. 'cause who really wants a filthy penis? A filthy, really overused because you would be kinda happy that you weren't gonna get a venereal disease or something. Yeah. I think the opposite of that, you wouldn't love. You know what I mean? Like a guy who was like a player or something like that. A pua fan likes a pickup artist. Which I know you, I know you live by that code, Nick, so I don't want to yeah, that's kind of my religion. I got anywhere for me. I tried on my wife. She was just none of it works. Yeah. No, not at all. What are you doing? Those scarves away. I can't make any of that work in the house at all. Hey, hey, what are you doing? It all comes across creepy, even as a married person. I'm creepy on all advances. Nick is constantly you're negging Natalie constantly, right, Nick. Yeah. She makes me back, so it's just like she just happens. Rightfully so..

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Shooter Kills 4 People, Including Infant, in Florida

Glenn Beck

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Shooter Kills 4 People, Including Infant, in Florida

"Scene after the shooting of Lakeland, Florida early today. County Sheriff Grady Judd. We discovered a man, a woman and an infant in the mother's arms, all shot to death. We went to the house directly behind. And found another lady shot to death. Judge says an 11 year old girl was found with multiple gunshot wounds and is hospitalized. The shooter who was dressed in full body armor, was shot and injured after a gun battle with deputies. Judd says the man told them he was on meth before he was taken to a hospital where he tried to take a gun from a police officer.

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The Judds, Ray Charles Among Country Music HOF Inductees

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

The Judds, Ray Charles Among Country Music HOF Inductees

"The country music hall of fame has announced its new class of inductees marches are a letter with the latest the Country Music Association has announced Ray Charles and the jobs are among those who will be inducted into the hall of fame next year and he bears will be the first drummer to be inducted and Pete Drake will be the first pedal steel guitarist be inducted Charles was a knowledge for the impact that his modern sounds in country and western music album made in nineteen sixty two Naomi Judd of the Judds says she's in disbelief Secombe hyper vigilant look over my shoulder and thank well what are they gonna kick us out did that really happen do we do really do all that

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Voice From My Past (MM #3798)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Voice From My Past (MM #3798)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, they say that voices from your past can haunt. You had a voice from my past come back but it wasn't haunting. The other day. I was walking through the internet looking at an international website. That tells you all the albums that were released in Europe. And one of the album's was something I saw. And I know that's interesting. It was a live album from The Judds recorded in nineteen, eighty-five. It was a live radio broadcast. I thought to myself, I went to MC The Judds concert back in. Nineteen eighty-five in Norfolk, Virginia, when I was just a baby DJ, and I wonder if it was my concert. I think it's my concert. I wonder if I'm on there. I wonder if you can hear the MCB Club member the radio broadcast. It was broadcast live on country stations, Across America. Lo and behold, I find a clip of the first song called, one way rider on YouTube and well, the voice didn't sound quite familiar, but it was a twenty-three-year-old. Kevin has a baby DJ live on stage in throwing The Judds. The excitement. I felt realizing that something I did so many years ago that I'd totally forgotten had come back, isn't it? Funny how voices can haunt you? But not be haunting dead.

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Voice From My Past (MM #3798)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Voice From My Past (MM #3798)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, they say that voices from your past can haunt. You had a voice from my past come back but it wasn't haunting. The other day. I was walking through the internet looking at an international website. That tells you all the albums that were released in Europe. And one of the album's was something I saw. And I know that's interesting. It was a live album from The Judds recorded in nineteen, eighty-five. It was a live radio broadcast. I thought to myself, I went to MC The Judds concert back in. Nineteen eighty-five in Norfolk, Virginia, when I was just a baby DJ, and I wonder if it was my concert. I think it's my concert. I wonder if I'm on there. I wonder if you can hear the MCB Club member the radio broadcast. It was broadcast live on country stations, Across America. Lo and behold, I find a clip of the first song called, one way rider on YouTube and well, the voice didn't sound quite familiar, but it was a twenty-three-year-old. Kevin has a baby DJ live on stage in throwing The Judds. The excitement. I felt realizing that something I did so many years ago that I'd totally forgotten had come back, isn't it? Funny how voices can haunt you? But not be haunting dead.

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Ashley Judd Walks Again Long After Shattering Leg in Africa

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Ashley Judd Walks Again Long After Shattering Leg in Africa

"Actor Ashley Judd is walking in the Swiss Alps six months after she shattered her leg in Africa I'm marquees are loaded with the latest Ashley Judd writes on Instagram she was able to walk up hill in the Swiss National Park on uneven surfaces for an hour judge says her medical team expected her to be able to move her foot in a year but she had movement after four months in February Judd was on a research trip in a Congolese rainforest when she tripped over a log and shattered her tibia she spent five hours on the forest floor biting a stick and pain and Judd nearly lost her leg now John says her leg will never be the same but she and her legs are buddies

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How to Reverse Engineer Success with Social Psychologist Ron Friedman

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:25 min | 1 year ago

How to Reverse Engineer Success with Social Psychologist Ron Friedman

"Let's talk about that. Reverse engineering because you are a psychologist you study top performance in you. Discover something that you really weren't expecting through that process. I'd love to hear more. Yeah what i discovered. Is that most of the people have gone to the top of their profession. They're not relying on talent. They're not relying on practice. In fact there's a problem with the formula that practice will get you to the top and that problem is that you can't practice an idea you've never considered and so the best ideas don't come through hours and hours of practice. They come by looking at what the best in the field or doing and then working backward to figure out how they did it and that turns out to be a remarkably common approach among top performers. So how would you. Ron define reverse engineering. I mean i think a lot of our listeners. Understand it as a general term but like what is your definition. My definition is finding the best in a field and then working backward to figure out how they did it now. In silicon valley the idea of reverse engineering is very well known. It's how he the personal computer and laptops and even the iphone but what most people realize is that reverse engineering is also how stephen king and malcolm glide well learned to write and how painters like claude monet and pablo picasso learned to paint and even how judd appetite learn to write comedy reverse engineering turns out to be far more common than anyone realized.

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"  judd" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

03:03 min | 1 year ago

" judd" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Know you've always got to focus on those countries as well as south africa which we've talked about a then i would do a couple of things i look for where the countries where transformation is possible where an extra you know effort by the. Us could make a huge difference. And i think that. Certainly been in the case of sudan. And i think there's a new opportunity in tanzania given the change in leadership the previous president who sent me a sulu. Hassan replaced was a kobe. Denial essentially an anti truth there. That's an opportunity. And then i would say davis think about you know big priorities in africa which is sort of dealing with the economy and thinking about the continental free trade area agreement which has real potential to create one of the largest trading box in the world. How do we really support that. How do we think about As i said climate change But then working to make sure that our engagement is not just about. Who's in the penalty box and who is on a pedestal. That's been a recipe for failure. Every single time we lift people up and then we regret that. Repealing the penalty box that we actually really need for partners. So when i guess my advice would be deal with countries because we have business with them that we have to get things done and we're not afraid to say when things going wrong and we're delighted when we can say things are going right at least consistent with shared interest And then think about where our partners globally that could be helpful because africa's part of the world and the world is part of africa by the way that was what john f. kennedy said in nineteen sixty one and sometimes. I think we still don't do that. So those are a couple. I think ways that we should be thinking about that. I mean more from. Csis me on it as we develop this podcast. 'cause that's impart we're thinking out loud to kind of give those those very tangible concrete insights but we do have to break some bad habits on. Us policy we obviously have to be very respectful of our presidents time. But we could do a lot of this at different levels. We could be tapping into our civil society. We could be working with partners. Not just in europe and i think we can turn a corner to have a more affirmative and more productive and constructive relationship. That's a great place to close for. Today judd thanks to you and nicole for creating this new podcast forty nine and thank you for joining me today to talk about it. It's my pleasure. Thank you the law fair. Podcast is produced in cooperation with the brookings institution. Please rate the podcast. Share it widely on social media in recommend it to one friend and remember you can get ed free episodes of this l'affaire podcast by supporting off air at petri on dot com slash. L'affaire this episode is edited and produced by gen paci. Howl.

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Our Voting Rights Are Under Attack

Our Body Politic

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Our Voting Rights Are Under Attack

"The house of representatives has voted to set up a select committee to investigate the insurrection of january sixth despite efforts to invite republicans to participate in an investigation. Gop leaders are still calling it. A partisan effort and most voted against it. My next guest has spent the last few months exploring this and the issue of voting rights have become so politicized judd leg is the author of the daily newsletter popular information in the last few weeks. He's done some impressive. Investigative work digging into the companies that donate to legislators who didn't vote to certify president. Biden's win back. in january. Judd has years of experience observing politics. He was a research director. For hillary clinton's presidential campaign and worked at the center for american progress where he founded the news site think progress. Welcome to our body politic judd. Thanks for having me. So we're coming up on six months anniversary of the insurrection at the capitol. How do you feel the media is doing in terms of framing. What needs to be talked about. I don't think were doing that. Well i would say none of the members of congress or members of the senate who voted to overture. The election day have really expressed any remorse. And i don't think that there's been any real consequences yet so it in my view we are letting it slip into the rear view mirror without appreciating how close the country tape that day to completely falling apart.

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"  judd" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

02:32 min | 1 year ago

" judd" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"I support every any voice. That's gonna come into the process. That's my campaign finance reform so what we campaign finance reform look like. Then we'd do. We think there's too much money in politics or not enough for what. Yeah no absolutely. I mean look i know. Where do i look. I'm i'm standing as i said. Gosh i feel like. I'm jumping around a little bit because i don't want to contradict myself I want to win that. Okay well listen. At least you're at least you're honest about it. I want to win. So i'm i'm a hypocrite in the degree that right now. The war is so intense. I wanna win and whatever superpac there. Whatever gets us there. I think the left wants to win. And you guys have really been showing us that. It's not politics as usual. Were war or ten. Show that now. I'm okay with the war that's all on. We're gonna keep rotating power and that is secure. If i didn't think power is gonna keep rotating. I wouldn't so i'm okay with it but in the long run i would like to see all campaign campaign finance limited and i'd like to see done publicly and only recorded forum and that's kind of what represent us says it'd be interesting to keep drawing back. The influence of money. Well i will. I will both give a laugh a little bit. Because that's the funny position in a way. But i'll give you mad props or at least be honest about the fact that what you want. What you think will improve our our country limiting campaign finance and making it public and ending gerrymandering. Those things are absolutely necessary. And i totally agree with you. And i'll give you big props for at least being frank and honest enough to say but not right now. Because i want to win. I so it's good for you. I appreciate that type of honesty and hypocrisy. i want. Tell people to check out on thirteen and a half reasons not to be a liberal and how to enlighten others. Even if you don't agree maybe they'll be some ways that maybe you can sit in there. You read the book and you think okay. At least i can see what the arguments going to be. So i can prepare my response to it because judd has given some folks on his side of the aisle arguments to make and ways to have discussions with their liberal family. And i like to know if my mom's going to read this. Because i'm certain she will. I'm certain she would it. I would like to know what arguments she's going to be coming. We with and so. I think you should check it out if you are a conservative..

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"  judd" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

08:17 min | 1 year ago

" judd" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"I think we started seeing each other around politic long time ago i don't take it personally but my take is. My original show is conservatively unplugged. It was like a lighthearted take on the daily show and we pitched it all around. Hollywood and people like this is great. There's a lot of people out there but there's no way people are going to watch a republican show. Republicans and i went to the republicans. I said hey. This is us making fun of ourselves like no way. We're not gonna do that. So i just don't think that country exists and i don't think it's personal as the system rolls who you're gonna win your points of view you're going to alienate the base where we're gonna take you out during the midterms is gonna flip over empower power. Same thing's going to happen at the end. It's historically written in the books guys like you. And i are at this time in history when it's really big tech and social media have grabbed these issues. So what can i say to this issue. It's politics as usual but it is a major issue. We're talking about constitutionally shifting more power the government which conservatives are always gonna stand against. Are there any things that your party says or does right now that make you concerned at all that they might not win back certain things that might not win certain races in the midterms that they could have one. Have they done a different way. For example i'll give shit to my own party. I agreed with abigail span burger back in the day. If we hung tight to de-fund the police that we would end up losing a lot of seats. And perhaps we did because of the defunding police argument. I love my team but part of loving my favorite team is criticizing them when they play a bad game. So are there ways that you can look at the republican party right now and say if we don't get together on this particular issue or in this state or in this area we're going to end up not picking up the house. Come the midterms well. There's a lot i mean. There's a lot of contention over a lot of different areas. So i think i would. I would answer that more difficult for me. You know i. I'll tell you why kind of checked the bar smarter to know what. But you're smart enough to know what's plays to to american audiences right booklets sale so i know what will work. And what won't i assume or believe. So what does the party not doing right. Maybe what is the problem party. what what what. What if anything do you think. I list several things. Perhaps if i were being interviewed come to your show you can ask me this that the democrats i think need to do better at what do republicans need to do better at if they wanna win if they want to unseat raphael warnock in twenty two if they want to win the open seat here in north carolina in twenty two. What republicans have to make sure they don't screw up. I mean i appreciate the question almost puts it like am. I aware of every issue in every state but i would say more so man in this battle. I think it's going to be. It's going to be a real battle. Anything that panders to the concept. The big trap for us has been racism. Big trap i think we have to continue to pivotal. You're going to say. I'm not answering your question but i think we have to pivot away from race and we have to not embrace it. I think we have to not legitimize a lot of the claims going around the. How do you think you'd be legitimate. Maybe we're missing is showing people that we really are we. We liberated the slaves as as trump said. Juneteenth is really about what our vision is for america. We really care more about the middle class. This these things probably incense you because you won't agree. No i'm not. I heard talk to the middle of americans say you know the problem. The only problem. I have with that is the fact that you believe you know what i would think because i what's valid that's about. I don't know what. I actually don't know that i disagree with that. I think and i'm not going to say you didn't answer the question because she very well you very much. Did you said that you think that. Republicans need to do a better job of not validating democrats arguments about race. And sure i mean. I'm not a republican. I can't interest leading and focusing on care. Here's what here's one thing. I've always said it to my my democrat. Friends go we care. We both care we care. We're carrying country. We aren't compassionate conscious carrying country capitalistic as well as throwing in there which is imbued with so much amazing freedom. There's an amazing book that i quoted my article. I just don't have right in front of me. But they said if you take us fifty years ago to now we're absolutely we're absolutely winning the game evolving as a culture. But you know. I try to focus on the positivity of here. It is enlightenment now. The case for reasons science humanism progress as we care more about humanity. We're apt to mistake the harms around us. For signs of how low the world is sunk rather than how high our standards have risen an meyrick lacey takeover live and gratitude. Trust the divine for everything. There is a season be patient. And i think that you and i are in a game of bombast game. How much do i want my immune system and my mind and my business and my family talking about politics. I don't my dad's said this. He said something beautifully said. Hey son if government's really working left or right. You're not going to hear about it that much and i think we've lost that you know but you and i we want to hear about it because we want to keep these on the surface. I'm just trying to. I'm gonna look extremely hard right to you. Because i'm trying to poke holes in the negative parts of the liberal thought balloon. You're trying to poke holes in the negative parts of the conservative thought balloon that maybe unconscious to the refinements of care and that's a tragedy but unfortunately as warriors unite can't go out after the rugby game and have a beard but maybe today we did listen and i think one of the things you agree with that people who can't see us because they can only hear us. I can tell you both jackson. I have smiled throughout this entire discussion. So we're not arguing with each other out of out of anger. We are certainly disagreeing but not being disagreeable at any point not do think that most people should try a little harder to do that in the future. I also point out one thing that you said earlier in the show when you when we were talking about the structure of our government and you said that you were talking about how it takes a long time to turn the ship and you did say whether you meant to or not You said that neither party is going to make huge drastic changes and be able to destroy anything in this country because of our system. And so i would just argue that all of us all of us not talking specifically just you judd. But to everyone we've got to do a better job of remembering that and not screaming that the sky is falling every time we disagree with someone and i think that both sides could probably do that better. I have a whole bunch of questions from a from listeners. Who knew this was going to be a really good and exciting show. We probably can't get too many of them now. Because i've run mound mouth a lot this time but travis from reno you should conservative still back our department of justice and other law enforcement institutions. You know it's really scary. It's not as evident to the left. I think we've got a greater problem travis. And the problem is is that it seems like the elites left and right are untouchable so winded hillary get persecuted. When did trump get persecuted. Let's look at everybody. Let's look was the d. o. J. weaponized in ads on record muller were their politics and our justice system justices no longer fully blind so as we were talking about the three branches of our government. I hope that both left and right put in more scrutiny of de-politicising justice..

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"  judd" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

05:46 min | 1 year ago

" judd" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"And i do want to see people leading to the middle. And putting america's consensus i but the problem is clay. We have less consensus then used to be. There is a group in the middle of america. And larry elder said this he said. Hey if you're if you feel like you're party left you said you didn't leave the party left. It's it's been so polarized really tough for you to answer the question. Though i mean i just wanna know could you say okay. Do something in exchange for something else. And that's my boy. People should be doing this. I agree with you. People should be doing logical trade-offs. Okay so joe manchin offers. I mean this. This sort of blew my mind this morning. Because i when i heard that stacey abrams had supported joe mansions compromise to the voter. Id bill. I was not paying attention to the news yesterday for obvious reasons. I just learned this morning. That stacey abrams herself came out in support. Joe mansions compromise or at least said that she would back it But immediately republicans and mitch mcconnell and roy blunt called it the stacey abrams of voter rights package and they said they would not vote for it and second democrats are like stacey. Abrams are now with a nationwide voter. Id requirement because. That's what's joe mentioned. Bill purging the voter rolls and a nationwide voter. Id requirement which democrats have been screaming against four years voter id but joe mansions compromise allows for a nationwide voter id package in exchange for ending gerrymandering and mandating early access to voting. It is almost a bill that i'm pretty willing to be moderate on some of these things but it's almost a bill that i thought damn purging voter rolls allowing voter i d. That's a lot to swallow. But he got democrats to swallow and republicans won't do that. I'm like you'll never get voter. Id laws nationwide any other way. Why not take it. Why can't people compromise. if democrat. joe manchin can bring the democrats to the table on this. Why can't he get ten republicans to say. Okay we'll vote with an awesome okay. Well what did he actually say so he said. Here's what mcconnell said senate. Democrats seem to have reached a so-called compromise election takeover among themselves in reality. The plan endorsed by. Abrams is no compromise. Is still subverts. The first amendment supercharge cancel culture and the less name and shame campaign model. it takes redistricting away from state. Legislators in hands it over to computers. It's still retains s ones rotten corn saw on the fundamental idea. That states not the federal government should decide how to run their own elections. They don't we don't want to federalize but look or sound. It sounds to me like you're looking for things to disagree with instead of looking for things to agree with customers because you just said a minute ago you mentioned that particular organization where identified three major problems and one of them which i think we agree on. What's partisan gerrymandering right. This bill would do. I think that voter. Id is something that we should require. Nationwide no but would i give it in order to get rid of partisan gerrymandering fuck. Yes sorry for cussing bleep out of you to absolutely. I'd give it in order to get rid of partisan gerrymandering that is sort of how politics used to work. It certainly worked that way between tip o'neill and ronald reagan. It even work that way at times between newt. Gingrich and bill clinton i mean even they got stuff done. I mean holy crap. Imagine that but why is it that the perfect becomes the enemy of the good for both parties. But in this particular instance it sounds like the perfect becomes the enemy of the good for mitch. Mcconnell is he afraid perhaps that if he allows the actually votes for voter id. He won't have anything to bitch about anymore. I mean you're getting a huge piece of what you said you wanted for years. And the actual president elect is probably the issue. I mean you just said newt. Gringrich in tip o'neill nancy pelosi is a very difficult character to make peace in our nation. I mean you have to look a little bit further into the party structure. It's very it's war for her. I think she is there rhinos. She's the guy. No i'm just asking about this senate thing how did we i mean that's that is the okay. So we've poxy absolutism and then like distracting from the actual argument with me. You are talking about a senate no. Yeah but i'm talking about a senate bill. I'm talking about joe. Manchin i'm talking about mitch. Mcconnell us one on fs one which is senate one so nancy pelosi involved with that if they pass it then we can have the argument. Have me on your show. If they pass it in the senate and nancy pelosi it up. Then i'll be happy to tell you right now. I'm talking about but i agree. I mean listen. Why do we have to the systems worked for so long. it didn't work during covert mail in ballots. As far as we're concerned it opened up a lot of weakness the system right now. What what is misdoing. He's pushing back for more refinements. This is politics so if we were on the show in two weeks there might be another modern resolution. We'll see your reacting to the middle of the political process which we both know is extreme in bombastic. I'll tell you something. I've learned clay and you've been doing this. I don't know seven years. Probably similar kind of conversion time..

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"  judd" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

07:39 min | 1 year ago

" judd" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"If people are trying to be moderate are they going to automatically be demonized as radicals by the other side no matter what. The analysis of the left is that the six percent of your party that is the hard progressive left has a disproportionate amount of influences in alienating. As far as i've done my research about twenty six percent of your party with their policies so there's definitely a crisis in the democratic left as there is a crisis but a smaller one in the conservative right with those that are aligned with trump. I'm gonna political room for fifteen years. And cheney might not call it a smaller. But i'll feed your point because you you criticize a little spearhead of of that problem for us and i'm gonna say for us because i'm aligned i'm aligned. I like trump dishonest as gnome. I like i think pompeo it'd be a great great leader but there is a real issue of who's in charge of the democrat party for us and we see that alienating so it's hard to trust that joe's a moderate and i will say i know his whole. I know his whole we talking about here. Joe biden item. I know i know his history. And i agree that you put him in office because you thought he was actually less hard left progressive and representing more of america. But he's pretty weak. We're not seeing. You've never had a president saying i'm gonna get in trouble. I'm gonna get in trouble. I'm going to get in trouble. He's not in his power. The way trump was just on an external of view. Just being an american citizen doesn't seem to me that in his administration that he's absolutely in charge so it feels like elements that aren't aligned. Your core base have a lot of influence. Things i've seen joe do is destroy jobs. I seen him accommodate china. I seen him back often. Iran deal in the first hundred and one hundred sixty days that he's been in office. You've seen that. That's what he said. Come on one twentieth. But he's setting that tone. Let me just finish is what he did with guns in was very aggressive this earth. He's only been president january. What do you do with critical race. Serious deferent- a run and climate is being accommodate climates. The biggest burn of money we can. We can take on right now. We set it on the side. Do you notice you guys. Let go of climate for a while. Because you couldn't have. Climate through paris accord it became a political tool it. Look i love. I love nature but we need to fix it in a rational. We don't need to destroy oil jobs and gut energy independence. It took a seventy six years to get to energy independent. So i'm not seeing a rational president from a right leaning point of view and i liked this conversation klay. I'm not here to get in your face. Or i want to hear what you have to say because we're unhappy to well. I mean i'm wondering as i hear you say these things if we're not at a place where maybe at some point. We all have to just accept. We're going to be unhappy and going to disagree with a president. If they aren't in our party i mean i i hear the things that you're saying and i recognize that they are not. I mean the nice thing about this country is we do have checks and balances do have a system in place where not only are there three separate branches but even within one of those branches there are two separate houses that things have to go through both of them and in one of those houses you have to get sixty percent of our system is set up in such a way that it is really tough to get things passed. It's not as simple as joe biden being president and saying. Here's what i wanna do. And simply because they they happen to have a majority in the legislative branch. Things get passed anything that gets passed including most of the stuff in his first one hundred however many days. We're at now head to pass his desk through the house through the senate where it had to get more than sixty votes with a few exceptions and then had to be signed by him. We're not talking about some sort of dictatorship where he is in control of everything or where alexandria across cortes corey buscher in control of everything. We're talking about a system that was set up to make it deliberative and that every law that gets passed has to have some sort of like can't just be enacted without any deliberation and yes when donald trump was president and republicans controlled both the house and the senate that made my stomach turn a lot because there were things that i really didn't agree with but it was difficult for me as per just me to say well this is absolutely anathema to what everybody in the country wants because at the end of the day they controlled that republicans control the house and the senate because they were voted for and i criticize my own party often for not making stronger arguments. Is it not possible that maybe republicans didn't win. Some of these elections because of their arguments weren't strong enough sure. Of course there's a system but since you're talking about the system. I think a really important thing for us to know why you think you know. Even though we have these three branches there over three hundred pieces of legislation that were by passed by both parties. That went to harry. Reid and ansi pelosi desk. During the obama years the process called black hold they were just killed right so you can use executive orders. You can black hole bills and you can shut down the process. You're right you're absolutely right. And i think mayor garland would be the person who could tell us most about that because republicans have done it too and you agree with that. Yeah i would absolutely room. And that's what i'm saying is we are going to be as not to mess up your themed. Show this'll be. Maybe we can't get along the more work buddy. I was a lifelong liberal. I was a socialist in a matter. Of fact i everybody socialist win. They're in their teens and twenties. It's quite right until they like trump kidding right now. look tax. Tab top tax bracket are in california nationally. Now between is saying california. Most people i've i've been told by so many of them other conservative friends that california the liberal hellhole. And everybody's leaving. Why are you still there. Why haven't you left yet. I surf that easy. Well i'm gonna beaches georgia and florida have beaches to south carolina. I don't have swell. I listen. I will say i'm already. I'm moving. we're talking about moving. Six months a year to another place. And i go there and i'm like oh california's amazing. So you know the bottom line. My uncle said something great. He was head vice president vice president of merrill lynch for forty two years and he says you know no matter who's in party. He goes taxes. Go up and say we'll just work harder. That's the american way. So you know you just gotta work harder during the thing. That what we're going in i look back. This is a perfect point. Pivot point for this. The supply side economics background. I'm i'm gonna top five institutional real estate firm. I open my own firm. I've been in the real estate. Markets will in time and you know the the nation shifts between supply-side and.

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"  judd" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

09:32 min | 1 year ago

" judd" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"Trouble and fraud in the election but at the same time not widespread trouble and fraud not enough fraud to have changed the outcome of the election and this is why we have an electoral college. But why do we want to get rid of this. Let me ask you another. I don't think that's why we haven't electoral college. It's why we have votes than we have. Vote counter originally colleges also to spread the vote as well as protect people from right but it but then have anything to do with fraud so fraud itself. If so question is a great break ties. It made it harder to steal the vote that in also spreads the vote across the nation. Not you're not gonna get me to disagree with the electoral college. I'm again against my disagree on my. Yeah go ahead. no i was just saying. That's something that bill barr himself said. Trump's attorney general who democrats demonized and hated for a long time and. I'm saying. I didn't really like himself. But he himself said. There was evidence of some mismanagement. Some some evidence of fraud but there was not enough to have changed the outcome of this election and it was not widespread. There was no evidence of widespread fraud in the election. And anytime i hear. Democrats be willing to speak out against democrats. I listen a little bit more carefully. Because i want to say i want to know. Okay why did they. Why did they step out and have the to speak out against their own party. When does note nothing to help them. It's one of the reasons that i think. Joe manchin has had found success in getting some people on both sides to listen to him but when bill barr steps out and says no. I'm sorry the guy who gave them a job. Who if he were to win. I would keep my job His wrong there hasn't been widespread. Fraud what motivation does somebody like that. Have to say something like that. I can understand even the most insane idea that yes there are some democrats who hated donald trump. So much that they were they would do anything in the world to make sure he lost. But bill barr didn't have that motivation diddy brimingham but that was given the information at the time. I mean there's a north carolina judge it just went through thousands of ballots. Say these look photocopied and is making enquiries in north carolina right now and then democrats are grabbing and say oh well let's try to flip it over. Let's try to flip it over. Let's try start flipping states over to biden. I mean so. Even democrats are acknowledging fraud by saying that. Oh okay you want to audit. Let's audience so bill boiled saying let the on it because they don't believe there was fraud. You're talking to somebody who's north carolina. So i know what happened. America will choose stability over justice at times. We are very fragile. Nation the democrat the people in the supreme court that you just mentioned that have been protecting the boat. It's perfect it's particularly not something that's handled by the supreme court. They don't wanna get involved in an issue of federalism. That's gonna change if hr one goes through sr one now that they're trying to push through but look at what who do we save in the crash you know. We didn't say bear stearns right. We saved goldman sachs. We went for stability. Our nation was on the edge of actually revolution at this. We got serious russ and so you know. Bill barr came out the time. There's not enough information at that point but information continues to come out and it needs to be for guys like me other people down the street. Your neighbors a half of us wanna to know that we're absolutely absolutely clear. Just like when gay marriage went through. That was a major law concerns. Like oh it's legislatively clear. God bless all gay marriage. Let's who cares now. The issue is not that. I am not talking about physician. Don't him like that's exactly what they said. And if they had there would not have been further cases involving it but to your point about stability so it sounds like i let me follow that argument with you for a minute. America chooses stability over. What was it again. America chooses not to ability over the over justice stability over justice in certain situations maybe in times of crisis us crash in two thousand eight as an example but but wouldn't stability have been sticking with the same administration that was already in power if they were gonna choose. Stability would not be the way to choose stability get sounds like america may have chosen stability and may have chosen that perhaps joe biden was more stable than donald trump was if they had chosen stability. If you're to make your argument true they would have. You would have to be saying that. Donald trump one 'cause keeping the same administration would be the stability right. I think i think that's sharp shooter in a black and white ideological fallacy. Because you're taking part of the statement and saying that no the stability was to keep our nation intellectual bright. I mean all the ap called early called this election for biden and then everybody else jumped on and called it for biden because the way that the votes they're song barbara is or did those votes come in because they were some weird stuff happening klay komo. We shut down. There was fires i mean. They're they're sprinklers. There was people pulling out ballots and remember. Here's the thing to remember the rationalist me. Just get your heart on this. One is when bush gore when december twenty six. I mean that was just a handful of votes less than a thousand votes. If you look at state by state this this was like sixty thousand votes man. This was not a huge amount of votes before. And then there were the sudden spikes. I went. I went through this. There were thirty anomaly. Anomalies to the voting process. That all happened within the same forty eight hours. That had never been broken before. Statistically there were aberrations so that actually happened. You were a lot of your opinions. You can't say that. Thirty thirty statistical norms were all broken because mail in ballots and kovin. So there's okay. That was a unique situation. Let's just vet. That doesn't mean i'm a seditionists. In two thousand sixteen there were just as many people who hated donald trump as they were in two thousand twenty and there were probably more people who hated hillary clinton in two thousand sixteen than certainly than hated. Joe biden was was the same sort of fraud in the election in two thousand sixteen. Well that's what we've talked about this baby what. We're so focused on systemic racism. Racism which i again you have every you say that you can see exactly where the fraud was in two thousand twenty like you know in places to go recount etc where we're was there that similar sort of evidence in two thousand sixteen fraud or did he just said. I was in two thousand sixteen in ohio and suddenly buses predominantly ethnic americans. Arrive and fifteen of us had gone to door knocks. So we set up our chairs and we sat there and we watched people brought in by organized. Just rotating in idealists. People voting multiple times going to other tables. I mean this ohio in two thousand sixteen in dublin. Yeah i've seen that was will so my question is why didn't republicans go after the fraud. Then why weren't they upset about it. Then if there was fraud in two thousand sixteen if you saw it in ohio then in two thousand sixteen why not go after it or was it because okay we won this one so we don't care about it i mean. Is it possible. The democrats don't care about fraud now because they happen to win so they don't care about it. I think you're putting out a moral high ground argument. I just gave that right. I think there's something there's nothing broken in the ethics so the conservative right on some kind of selfish blind agenda trump was phenomenon for this country and he had like three hundred. Seventy eight positive achievements they get buried under the things that happened in trade. The things that happened in employment the things that happened with the defense there are a lot of very positive things happening that we're changing politics as usual. It's possible that feeling about him. Being a racist so it is impossible. Did a lot of great things that conservatives really like. Listen at the end of the day as i said earlier elections have consequences and no i didn't agree with donald trump on a whole ton of his policies right and it's positions. I also didn't agree. With george w bush on his policies and positions. And i certainly don't expect you or other conservatives to agree with obama or president biden but these are the things that happen right when someone gets into office especially if they have control of all three of both houses of the legislature and the white house. Is it possible though that someone could be a very very good president to you and to other conservatives but still have satisfied more than fifty percent of the population statistically. There's no other american presidency that would fall into that category..

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Maltin On Movies

05:10 min | 1 year ago

" judd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"And you you'd be have to quarantine for two weeks and then you would go to the set and wear your masks every second. You weren't shooting every second that you were like on camera doing your thing and then you go back to the hotel. And i thought that just seems funny and it seems like it would give a nervous breakdown. Isolated like that. So the idea was you know. Could you make a movie during the pandemic that was safe because have small casts and you'd have two sets the hotel and the sound stage. So that's what we just did. I was very happy to get through it all with no positive cases the entire time you know all the rules and it worked and it is about isolation and the way we all felt this year so i thought what am i going to write. It does mobile to about something from the past. I can't really write about life as if it's normal because that normal right now and that didn't seem to work. But i could write about what's happening right this second and so it was a weird swing to go. Let's just jump into it and make fun of this as it's happening and i think it came out really well certainly was inspired by a lot of people like christopher guest and eugene levy and shits creek and and a certain tone of warm comedy corky comedy certainly tropic thunder. Whose other movie that ben made. I thought about Your wild doing this. And i'm excited for people to see it. I tried to think of the movie as something you would give people at the end of the pandemic as some sort of sorry. Sorry we all went through this. Let's laugh about it. It was such an air. And here's a little weird joke gift at the end that it's it's funny because as you're describing it some people tried to make whether it was. Tv shows movies about the pandemic as we're living it and they were serious. So there was a zombie Nobody wanted that. We don't need you to tell us what were living. Because we're already living at but funny is something we only. The catharsis is something we all need and being able to say..

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"  judd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

03:38 min | 1 year ago

" judd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"And every once in a while i'll lose that tens of minutes and i'll go. Yeah it's probably better. There's an entirely different version of the producers that brooks had to put together. I don't know if he did it personally. I suspect he did for the days of network television screenings of films like that. There was some amount the hall. Springtime filler. thing is out of the you know we. We just interviewed. Jim brooks and i got to tell them how much i love. The critic chose ever and it made him happy to hear that. Because i apparently he doesn't hear very often a real jammed like some people have sniffed out. There is a lot of clips on youtube of it. I don't know if the whole show is streaming somewhere right now. Dvd's but it was so funny. They worked so hard on it. You know as mike reason al. Jean round show created that show and you know the writers. Everybody is the laboratory in the room When i was there and ken. Keeler and steve tompkins and patrick verona. I mean everybody went through there a lot of the simpsons world and it wasn't as commercials simpson's because it was about a critic. I guess the idea is that the critic was adopted but jewish with very waspy rich parents degrees in new york and they made the whole look almost like a new yorker cover or cartoon is beautiful. How they did it. And that's where. I learned how to write because after the best seller show. I had a job half the week at the critic and half the week in the larry sanders show. I was learning to different. Schools of comedy Also very similar and getting to spend time watching. James brooks give us. Which really was how i learned a lot about. Writing was when people would pitch him stories the questions. He asked the feedback. He gave the notes at the table. So that was a really important experience for me. Well see that's so fascinating to me that there is a there is a through line. It's not always identifiable and it's not always a salad sometimes. It's a little amorphous but James brooks who started out In the era of traditional tv situation comedies the back end of i love lucy and an and that era and then goes on to do the mary. Tyler moore show which is a quiet revolution in itself and all of its offshoots and then you come into his orbit and and learn from him. He's not a overtly trying to teach you but by giving you those insights he is. And now you are passing that along to another generation to amy schumer to pete davidson to donald molina. Don with girls. That was a huge that that show was a big deal in lena coming forward and having you on her arm you know it was really cool. never think about him. All the time and cameron crowe was another kiss and there was a big inspiration..

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"  judd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

03:35 min | 1 year ago

" judd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"We were next to shows with laugh tracks. And i think other than the bernie mac show and the wonder years a really weren't shows in that era half hours that We're single camera. So we were making the type of show that we wanted to see. And i think television did ultimately move in at direction but at the time it just didn't fit in and it was really fun because we were so sad. We thought how can we make your show where we could use. Most of the people from three on jason segel and martin did a did one. And samm levine and busy phillips and we we had plans for everyone from freaks and geeks to succumb through it but we also had an episode. That was all about. Adam sandler performing stand up at the college. There was One with a few with. Kevin hart is the religious college students and we had will ferrell played a meth addict. Who would write your papers for fifty bucks at amy. Poehler is in the way on the floor so there were so many funny people on that show. It's just a strange Strange production again heartbreaking when it ends we love making it so much. But i'm too. I it was it was ahead of its time and i remember sake my periods and i always joke that whatever we love goes away just immediately. What has kiss adapter. even at the time. I said it's this show is too smart. It's too smart and go but again looking back because because my dad is my dad on. I pay attention to casts into actors. I love following careers so when people say to me. When's the first time you saw charlie hunnam or you saw these different. I go well. Hello and of course freaks and geeks talk about one jeopardy in a million years. Everyone from show has gone on and done so. Mina sam levine. Is my adopted brother. He's my father's favorite child. Look i'm surprised. I even get to live here but i mean just so many brilliant people that you have worked with continually one of those strange things because what happened with that show was there was no head of nbc when we were casting it so when we when we were doing that there was more business minded person who who was above the head of nbc. But they had a programming job was open in that short period. The person was the business had. I'm sure he thought he was creative. He's the one who said it on the casting sessions and he had no sense that he was supposed to interfere. You know most of those executives especially at that time thought like well. I'll approve some of their cast and i won't approve and they've never realized that if you don't let us show writer have their casting. You've already ruined the show. You can't like win half those battles or even two thirds of those battles you have to let people have a vision and so he disapproved everybody and that was a big reason why the show was great..

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"  judd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:30 min | 1 year ago

" judd" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Imdb and look up is the photo. That is her main photo. I think she's probably seven laughing so hard. Because i started my dad you have to understand. I'm pretty sure she's not seven anymore. And if you scroll let me give you both of your daughters a beautiful but you're scrolling. It's like and just the next picture. Like oh there she is. There's ours. But i love it just made me laugh to see this first photo. Pop up this gorgeous little with blonde ringlets aisling and standing there. Looks like shirley temple. She back that i would just tire into a chair and not feeder for a few hours. I knew she'd get talkative because he was hungry. And then i if we get through this. Then i'll feed you and i don't know that's legal anymore. I don't think you're allowed to do that. Children but that was my approach. Times have changed. But you don't have to. it's fine. They belong to you. It's okay ah speaking of the the the female half of population one of the things that you did for me. And i'm sure you did it for a lot of other guys too. Is you took a more open fair. Even-handed approach to how guys deal with women in your in your movies and your comedies. I mean you talked openly about your fondness for penis jokes and there's a look at people you'll hear one hundred or maybe a hundred and fifty but you also didn't follow a path that other people were doing what we what we think is raunchy comedy And and It's why forty year old virgin remains such a brilliant film because it's it's the kind of thing where it has all the stuff that you would think. The conversations that that the stereotypical conversations that you think would be there but then there's also this other side where you go no actually. It's not just this. It's not just that. It's a and i will tell you that my husband and i say almost all the Anything anything from the the boobs felt like bag sand gets mentioned at least once once a day. You know high. No you're gay. That's also assault on one. Never a bad time to throw that into a conversation about a. But i i i feel like i feel like it works so well because it's not just obvious. Well i think that what i learned from my wife leslie was that most of the parts were women. Were terrible especially when we first met in the in the nineties. And i was.

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Emily Ratajkowski Wants You to Feel Sorry for Megan Fox

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Emily Ratajkowski Wants You to Feel Sorry for Megan Fox

"Instead nowadays, we have to hear from that. Excuse me, that asshole model Emily radha gaski and she has to tell Amy Schumer who she keeps around as her ugly friend. You know how pretty girls do that? How horribly Amy, Emily Reddick, you felt how horribly Megan Fox was treated in the film. This is 40. Why? Because Judd at the tower, the director had the goal to cast her as the piece of ass that gets oval by some boys. Meanwhile, that's what Megan Fox seems comfortable doing if you've ever seen her risque pictures or her Instagram posts or everywhere she's been the last few months with her new boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly. She's dressed in clothes that barely fit her tits are constantly out. She sucks his black painted tongue in public. They were vials of each other's blood around their necks. This is a mother of three children and she's carrying on as this as if she had a child at 15 and lost her youth. Bullshit. Her youth was spent looking hot and desirable in multi-million dollar pictures like transformers and others. And she knows this.

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"  judd" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

09:01 min | 1 year ago

" judd" Discussed on Hard Factor

"I was a sergeant with the mother. I'm sorry with the sister. The guy who was elderly. Because i was a young sergeant so elderly could have been anything over fifty at the time gray hair and the yes and and the guy pulled a handgun and told them to leave so the deputy call for me. The deputy retired out of the military so he been to war before he told me he was actually older than i was more experienced retired marine said. Look i think this person is just mad. Just mad with a sister. I think you. And i can talk him down us in wall okay. That sounds cool to me. You i write for. We walk around the edge of his house and he set in on the front porch. Will you know what he put that pistol away but he got him a dadgum rifle. Spotted shoot laddis. Well i could hear the bullets. Flying past me and through the trees grew bro. She pep at that so we ran and the good news was he. Missed flow parameter set. And why we're waiting for swat. Will he continued to shoot at us. So this same. Deputy that i was telling you about the other story about the negotiator. He's coming to help set of parameters. And i'm telling him do not approach from the south cleaner with us lives up from the south and the guy starts shooting at him and you hear him the thinking the same guy you here. Hey let me make this stuff up. So anyway we got him out of the way for he got shot full of holes and then the swat team came and finally the guy came out of the house and charged at the swat team with a gun shooting at us and of course that was the end we we bought him for much. You could read a newspaper through cheese in that in that kind of a situation maybe The other officer was correct. At the time he was so mad he was just good to go out. No matter what what he determined he had reached age in a judge in life he was He was a veteran of of world. War two or the korean war. I can't remember which one and he had you know after we find out later. He shot his gun. A lot shot at people was control and he was not going to the hospital. He wasn't getting help. He was done and do suicide by cop. Unfortunately he thought it of wedding I'm glad he missed demystify. Cloudy miss to glad You mentioned you're elected which you are just anyone run against you at this point because it seems like a foolish well today you know. I say my prayers. I think the people polk county as well. I was just elected for the fifth term. The i share in one hundred sixty year. History to get elected for five terms and i was elected wishing gold six shooter or something very which was political year so if anyone was gonna draw opposition you would've thought it was last year so i'm grateful but i i work. I work hard every day. Know but the excitement of this is after all these years. I still wake up most mornings before. The alarm goes off to come to work to a christian community. You don't campaigned us. We'd vote for sure. But i think that's interesting. I feel like you're you're branded justice Transcends partisan right or partisanship. I young people just know that you're gonna take justice very seriously and you're going to execute that justice In a way that's fair and that's a that's exciting to me as a guy that loves justice. Not as much as you. You're passionate but man. Well you know. I i i meet with the democrats. I meet with republicans. Sometimes democrats disagree with me sometimes. Republicans disagree with me but none of them can disagree. That i don't always operate in their best interest. Because you know what we're all americans you know. We're all good people we. We've let this republican democrat way out of control and that's unfortunate all's people have a right to be. What do they want to be. And people have a right to have opinions. And you know just because your opinion doesn't coincide with my opinion doesn't mean we're supposed to put a hate on each other and the reality of it is there. There is no difference in a republican sheriff or democrat sheriff or an independent reshare for a nonpartisan share. If they're doing the job the right way it's just how they get elected and that varies across the nation. But i can tell you. I love all the people. I'm not mad at the crops. You know they you know they do. The wrong thing is just business when lock them up you know so at the end of the day. That's that's what. I think my success historically when you get elected sheriff the first time that's the pinnacle of you popularity and it starts to dwindle over time because after all your deputies are writing tickets arresting people reply being property and putting people out of their homes up. That's not popular thing. But what i'll have found is it's the way you do it and the way you're sensitive and if you have to put somebody out of their home on a quarter try to help them find another place. Compassion has to help but also the press conferences can't hurt helped the media the press conferences and social media helped. Because they see me they see my heart the true me. I like to cut up and laugh and have a good time. I wanna send a message that i'm here to protect you. I'm here to protect everybody. But i'm not putting up with any foolishness. I'm thinking all those to enforce the law. I swore an oath on a bible to uphold the constitution and the laws of the united states and florida. And the most people that end in your community obey the law. And they're the ones we're supposed to pay attention to. They're the ones you know we're supposed to protect and the criminals the thugs you know. They don't wanna go by the law the not jail for rape taxicab to the jail. Scott red blue light. Sola what you said about a couple of minutes ago about like the democrats republicans and stuff. We might clip that down. Because that's the whole point. Hard factor too is. We're not we're not partisan but went instead of cleaning cleaning up the streets. It's with dick jokes insulting people some similar hard factor in the whole county. Sheriff tried not to take it too seriously right in the morning right. Sheriff do you ever give a like they do in the movies. Like when there's a bad guy out there that like the your deputies to collar the ever like slam like an eighteen year old bottle of scotch on the table and be like first person the collar this guy gets this eighteen year. Bounty bounty system for national bounty system thought of that That that may give me a new idea. Usually why wilson guys we need this guy. Jail real betis dangerous. So y'all go home to you find it and usually you know That works because sometimes about two or three days and when they get sleepy they get more determined. Jimmy knapp sheer avendano. What's what's west. Got me thinking about the fugitive. The movie the fugitive great movie. Great movie and i'm thinking about. Is there like any kind of sick detective work. That comes to mind or really interesting clues. That may have solved a crime. When's the last time you arrested a one armed man. Yeah it was. What's the coolest investigation you guys ever went through over there. you know. There's a lot of cool investigations and a lot of them are tied to dna. Now right. which is the last cool. Yeah well the thing about it is. We had a murder that was years old. We knew who did it at the time but we absolutely could not prove it. Because we didn't have dna so years later we were able to submit and this has happened on several occasions. Dna and the labs were able to say. Hey here's the guy who who committed your cry so.

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"  judd" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

07:14 min | 1 year ago

" judd" Discussed on Hard Factor

"The special greatest jet interview. They're taking care of the babies but you're about to hear what full hour will full our full. Our great john. He does not disappoint. He's a quote machine interesting fellow he basically was It was like a live press conference just for us. Great job press conference and it was awesome. Yeah so i guess without further do. Here's the grady judd interview. Welcome to the show legendary florida. Sheriff from polk. County grady judd. Thank you sheriff judd for joining us today. We really appreciate you taking the time. Well certainly my honor to be with you today. How are you all doing very great. Pretty get better now have share very very excited. We told you a little bit before we started rolling here but this show has been running for about three years. We've been covering a florida man news every single friday during that time. Needless to say our audience is seen and heard a lot of your work From that time period and for the folks at home Grady judd has worked his way up to this position of sheriff polk county after joining the sheriff's office in nineteen seventy two as their youngest employees of all time if wikipedia is telling the truth. Is that true. sheriff. Yes i was four years old at. That's when you got your first caller. Yes well that's i mean it's impressive talk about florida men and you know all all ranges of florida men on on every friday show and you have you were born in florida. Join the sheriff's office that long ago and the now work your way up to sheriff i mean you. You're you are like the florida man really on. I can't think of many others top that. What's next because we allowed to talk about what you were doing last weekend. Well i i you know i like it when people say nice things about me she on your head were you a dc last week Last week i was in dc. I am the past president of major county sheriff's of america. And we're working on this police reform package we sheriff bob gualtieri and i worked with house speaker sprouse and the to create a state system and now we were there last week meeting with three of our. Us senators. senator troy scott and senator booker. And also lindsey graham senator lindsey graham giving our input because the house version of this police reform was just some rid really crazy off the wall stuff. That's not acceptable Most people i would say ninety nine point nine percent of the cops and certainly not the senate so the is working on the versions because every one agrees that some police agencies in this nation the police before some police agencies are on the cutting edge but unfortunately the media has taken individual bad events or individual bad agencies that don't follow practices best practices and extrapolated that to lead people to believe that all police are bad. All police are violent and and and is just a false narrative also. They're not oh okay so the end of the day. We're trying to push back against that. Say look there's eight hundred thousand cops you know there someplace there. Some agency that recruited the wrong way higher. The wrong way didn't tried Retain their own people when they do something stupid. That's not decorative of all eight hundred thousand of us. Sure it's a big issue in. It's obviously going to take some time to negotiate all that because it's been going on let me ask you. How did you see how big the lifts were and lindsey graham shoes. Does he have like. Did you notice how many inches he was packing. The lifts guy. He was actually sitting down at the time. But stand up. Settle to leave and he won't ever be Nba star pokes that little guy. Well sheriff john one of the Most recent events we covered From your handiwork. Down in polk county was operation Dirty water and so wanted to give you a chance to see. You know your thoughts on that since that's a fresh one An international organized crime ring essentially So wanted to hear you know you you sort of break down how to how do what do you think about that. And are you seeing more crime of that of that style. We talked about it on the show a couple of weeks ago. What do you know the national media wants to ignore. The what i call the ten thousand pound red elephant in the room and that's drug trafficking and drug abuse and what is occurring the border right now contrary to what the politicians tell you is a crisis and let me underscore is a crisis and not only is it a crisis with the people flooding across the border but we know that the organiz drug smugglers are pushing through a group of people and why border patrols tangled up within their driving large amounts of methamphetamine and other drugs across the border. We see fifty million dollars worth of math. That came in liquid form in five gallon buckets across the border and this drug went to atlanta. We were working an undercover operation in central florida. This particular crime group wanted opened up a pipeline into central florida. We work with department of homeland security. Vhs and as a result of that we're able to bust up this operation but that was the mistake coming into paul county a we we were on them like a jcp. The landing spot was was their fatal flaw. Now what are the one of the women was a believe like a resin. Opole county right. They're using her. so what. what was the situation. What was she like living in a normal house but she had like a ten lamborghinis out front like was real. Flashy like you know. It wasn't near that impressive. This lady that delivered the drudge to us the first delivery right she came out of atlanta. She had been released from federal prison for doing a ten year stretch. For what dealing in math like mac at wasn't rehabilitated. I guess she was still on probation delivered. The drives you know. We didn't know who she was.

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Interview With Emily Atkin, Founder of Heated

The Digiday Podcast

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Emily Atkin, Founder of Heated

"Thanks so much for being on today. Emily thanks for having me so you ventured out to sub stack It was about a year and a half ago now. is that right. yeah. I started early. September twenty nineteen what appealed to you about joining sub stack at that point because it was a rather new platform right. It was new. A lot of people thought i was being stupid. I mean i was quitting a pretty established job at a magazine. Things you know from the outside seem to be going well and you know they were i just. I had ambitions to do things that were i guess. More me so But yeah it was certainly knew there was not a lot of there is not a lot of role models to look at in this space but fortunately i had one who was judd leg of the newsletter popular information which is still a really popular newsletter. He encouraged me to do it. and so i did. That's awesome. i guess making that leap. Did you have the idea for heated kind of rolling around in your mind for a while before you knew what platform you would take it to. Or i guess how did you get your idea that you're willing to leave your job for. I definitely did not have the idea beforehand. I sort of had the idea that i wanted to do something different. Or i was at the place in my job at the time. I was working at the new republic where i wanted to make a move And i didn't know exactly what that move would be. And i just started considering my options looking at job openings and nothing was really speaking to me. Even the good jobs that i felt. Maybe i had a chance to get. I started thinking to myself. Well is that really what i want. and meanwhile i had judd in my other ear saying you should start a newsletter. You could start your own thing and more and more as i weighed my options that that seemed like that was what made me the most excited honestly. I was trying to trust what what just felt like. Even if it was the riskiest thing like what would be the funnest thing. What would be the mc brought me the most joy and sort of sense of purpose. And that's where the idea came from the create. Anything what would i create. And and that's where the idea for heated came from.

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Border Patrol Union Frustrated With Biden Administration

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Border Patrol Union Frustrated With Biden Administration

"Head of the Border Patrol agents. Union, says members air frustrated by what they see as a lack of consequences for crossing the border illegally. Brandon Judd also says they're calling for more judges to be stationed at the border and says it would weed out the bad actors.

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2 Central Florida jail employees arrested for illegally giving inmate contraband to distribute

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

2 Central Florida jail employees arrested for illegally giving inmate contraband to distribute

"Have been filed against two former civilian employees at the Polk County Jail in Frost proof, the sheriff's office says Austin Guy and Katherine Krawczynski have been arrested on charges that they conspired with an inmate to bring in contraband, including smokeless tobacco, cigarettes and possibly a cell phone into the jail. Sheriff Grady Judd says this had the potential to develop into a very dangerous situation. When they get these folks on the hook like this. Oh, Herbert, Herbert, people people demanded demanded anything anything he he could could ask ask for for gun. gun. Comes Comes next next knives knives next, next, and and that's that's what's what's dangerous dangerous inmate inmate Herbert Herbert Williams Williams is is accused accused of of selling selling the the contraband. contraband. Other Other jail inmates. The

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Dallas-area man arrested in relation to Jan. 6 Washington, DC riots

WBAP Morning News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas-area man arrested in relation to Jan. 6 Washington, DC riots

"Carrollton Man is the most recent North Texan to be charged for an alleged involvement in the January six breach of the U. S Capitol building. Warning to the FBI David Lee Judd is charged with civil disorder and evading officers. FBI Special Agent Matthew Discern, No says the Dallas office expects to make more arrests related to that riot. We are investigating the crimes that as we collect evidence about what specific federal crimes were violated, clearly, in addition to that, we're looking for funding or other mitigating things like flex cuffs and bear spray. Don't judge. The rest was the 20th made by the FBI's Dallas office investigation in January six.

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"  judd" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

05:52 min | 1 year ago

" judd" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Welcome to why we work with your host. Brian veep as he speaks to people. Like you from all over the world as we together dive deeper into our motivations struggles joys seemingly missteps hopes warnings and advice. Which would be an encouragement to us all to get up. Get going and keep on. Working working stopped working his good. Now here's your host to why we were trying. I'm brian be and this is why we work today. The great pleasure. Speaking with chris judd. Chris is the account manager at 'em kel corporation in canada where his company.

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"  judd" Discussed on Unpack The Pursuit

Unpack The Pursuit

07:23 min | 2 years ago

" judd" Discussed on Unpack The Pursuit

"Today we're talking about the power of influential storytelling and how a knack for storytelling led to entrepreneurs to carve a path of influence storytelling is often seen as a vulnerable Pursuit. I frequent a monthly storytelling event here in Nashville, and I can't tell you the number of times. I've heard. I wish could do that. I hope by the end of conversation you feel empowered enough to say I can because you can we're going to unpack this today with Stephanie Judd and experience speaker facilitator and Coach who specializes in the tools and skills of influence. She and her partner care Davidson founded wolf and Heron on the believes that with a bit of intentionality anyone can lead through inspiration and convene powerfully as a founder of will at Wolf & Harrison. She helps people understand and develop the tools and skills of influence through an active workshops speaking and one-on-one coaching. I know first-hand how passionate she is about her work. So I'm really excited to have her on here today and let's get the ball rolling Stephanie. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks for having me. I'm super excited to be here. You found it both in Herrin with your partner Caira what company do and what inspired you to found wolf and Aaron fundamentally wrong. We are students of influence. We are fascinated by what it takes to change the way that people think an act and when we were in our early and mid careers as wage, You know Professionals in the workplace. We felt like I think a lot of people feel in their twenties and early thirties that we didn't have the platform to make the difference that we wanted to make money and it was not until we actually this is where Kara and I overlapped we overlapped in a change management consulting firm Ware, but we were essentially doing was professional change change creating change organizationally and we were working with Executives and big companies to implement strategic change across the board and it was in that experience that Kara and I actually felt like you know what we're learning all of these really interesting skills around what it takes to change the way that people think in Acts. Why can't these skills also be accessible to the twenty and thirty-somethings that wish they had they could have more of an impact that was part of the Genesis of wolf in hell. And it's it seems to be where we constantly come back to is this finding this way that we can lead through influence lead through inspiring others rather than relying on our Authority or expertise to give us credibility and it's through that through studying that we've become really interested in what we do frankly. Now, what we do is offer a special development. We offer coaching we offer all kinds of services that help people figure out how they can be compelling inspirational leaders. I love that because I'm very passionate about I've spoken to on this point in past podcast episodes, but I used to work for an equity crowdfunding platforms. We were helping entrepreneurs raise capital from the crowd and what I loved about working for that company was that we were cowering entrepreneurs to do what they already can do but need like the toolbox and resources to do. I love that you are empowering people by offering those resources because people have it within them. Restriction to make things happen, but sometimes they don't have the tool box to do it. Yeah, I find it. I mean it's fascinating. I think when we first started we were thinking about early in mid-career professionals who are kind of career-oriented and working a big companies. But the more that we've been working the more we find ourselves falling into the entrepreneurial universe as well very often some of the things that we talk about are straight-up imposter syndrome, you know, just developing confidence in order to show up and say, you know what I can be here. deserve to be her I am somebody that's worthy of this and that interestingly does play into how influential you can be in the long run off. You make your first impression and how powerfully you can communicate your message. Yes, there's lots of parallels. So I hear you. I don't want to get too off track already. We just started but imposter syndrome is something I feel so passionate about talking about because we all feel that and there are CEOs of giant companies feeling that in their seats right now. And so I think it's such an interesting topic to talk about wage. Too many solo entrepreneurs on unpack the pursuit in past that you're the first with a partner in crime Kara. So, how is your partnership relationship impacted your business? Yeah. Great question. When can I talk about our partnership? We think about it in two Dimensions. We think about it from a practical perspective and from this emotional spiritual perspective and I think when you ask the question, how is the partnership impacted the business where I go? First is we would never be a business if we hadn't first been a partnership Kara and I were solopreneurs when we started our own businesses, but we were already friends and colleagues professional colleagues from our past. So we were leaning on each other for emotional support in the process of building building the business the businesses that we reached out to build solar Partnerships really hard. We are both very social creatures. We really wanted and needed accountability and simultaneously emotional support and so khong We decided to go into business as a partnership. There was a very practical perspective of we had to develop an operating agreement and we had to sign legal documents and we had to entwine our lives in a way that was so significant that there that we knew that we were both in with both feet. And I think prior to that in our Solar partnership involved in Devers there had always been well, I'll try this, but maybe I'll try that but maybe I'll try this other thing and the fact that we were now so fully committed to each other also committed us to the business in a way that was a very symbolic in a lot of ways. So that was that the Genesis, you know, our partnership. The Genesis of partnership is also the Genesis of the business, but now when I think about, you know, four years later, we're still in operation and we're still doing what we do and from a practical perspective the fact that we have to defend or decisions to each other the fact that we have to communicate with each other the fact that we have to log Crack what we've done and then tell each other what we've done it just practically makes us more rigorous about how we operate our business and that's really powerful and then simultaneously we're friends. Is hard and and so just being just being there for each other is so important for us that you know, I think again, we would not be a business if she didn't have each other. Yeah. I can't imagine going into business with someone that wasn't a friend of mine. Like I feel like would need to have that emotional connection, but the caveat to that is I also am fearful of going into business with a friend and so I love that you brought up the operational agreement because holy crap, that's so important because I think people have the misconception that if you go into business with a friend or a family member that you don't need those kind of legal documents. Do you need them even more? You know that even need to have that barrier and I'm talking as if I know like have no idea but like I feel like that would be true and so yep. I'm.

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" judd" Discussed on WSB-AM

"So here we go, Judd Hickinbotham. The co anchor of Atlanta's morning news with Scott Slade a great guy. Really nice guy this or that this will test your knowledge of judge Higginbotham. We'll start with you. Becky, I asked Judd this or that question, Judd, Hickinbotham coffee or tea what a judge say coffee. You're becky. Coffee, Judd, Hickinbotham coffee, or tea, I will take coffee leave. Well, if you say sweet tea, not coffee, I enjoy coffee. I don't know I've become a connoisseur working in the morning. So I I like the taste. Yeah. You work morning news. You have to do coffee. Right. So Becky gets appoint point very simple. Cindy, I asked Judd who's about six with six by the way, if you didn't know beach house or mountain cabin beach house or mountain cabin for Judd. Bathhouse Jody beach house ouster mountain cabin beach house. No doubt about it. And I and I love the mountains, but beach houses, just relaxing. It's fantastic. All right. More tied one to one this or that with the Judd Higginbotham spring or fall, what does he prefer spring or fall, Becky? I'm okay spring. Jody Springer fall. I have thought very hard about this one. I'm going to go spring. I love and I just love baseball season. Yeah. I love Warwick. I would have gotten that one wrong. I would judge it looks like a fog. I to me, you know, he goes the beard out. He wears the the flannel shirts, but you got the point. Becky, I Sydney need this the tide of this or that with WBZ news anchor Judd, Hickinbotham, convertible or s UV Judd, Hickinbotham, convertible or SUV. Well, very tall. I'm gonna say issue. That's that seems like a Smart Choice. Six foot six Judd, Judd SUV or convertible, my friend. I'll go convertible convertible. I miss my which is an SUV. But I I hired on it. Yes. Oh, man. Yeah. Exactly. But I I just I love the the.

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