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"new york mag" Discussed on Channel 33
"A good question. Until i think the person who everyone is looking at right now is with james. The attorney general. Who of course you know. Cheap how brain andrew. Cuomo down over the last week or so with the publication of that report she was andrew komo's hand picked Attorney general ran on her own but one with his support and were she to jump in the race. I think she would give hokkaido of very hard time. Choubey the first black female governor at any st jude have a lot of support in new york city where most democratic primary voters live to spec to do very well with unions is very popular risks. Very well with communities of color so she i think is most people are looking at to challenge cocoa. It has very good chance of beating. Her should jane's not run for one reason or another. i think. then it's a little bit. Who knows then. You could have any number of candidates jumping ed Bill blasios may run a number of state lawmakers members of congress Folks like that build a blase. Oh running for governor. I saw i saw a poll today and it was like minus thirty in would be interested in supporting. Not interested in supporting. But i guess you're running for president exactly you. You stole the words out of my mouth. I mean it's not. It's not less likely than that. Somehow this is extensively media podcast in my co host. David shoemaker and. I have been talking a lot about chris cuomo's role in the andrew. Cuomo scandal chris cuomo of course primetime host on cnn. What what did you make of all of that. We heard a little bit of. It was awesome emails or at least one email in latisha james's report. What you think of. Chris cuomo's role in this whole scandal. You know i mean Look i mean obviously like blood is thicker than water as we know right and and brothers are are close in. It's hard to turn your back on your family. I mean what happened there so it just seems like so beyond inappropriate that the have the host of a cable network news show.
"new york mag" Discussed on Channel 33
"The the trooper the story the trooper. I mean i think that a lot of them thought you know some of these women's accusations were unfair that these interactions were ambiguous. That you know the that that they had a story to tell. But i think that trooper really shook a lot of that to the core really surprise. A lot of them frankly And you know like it's a really place to work. I think Andrew cuomo sort of inner circle and people of fall in fall out of it and then get back into it and fall out of it again with with some regularity And i think in the end there you know. I think people wanted to sort of see it through to the end but everyone's very aware the fact that the end was coming up pretty soon. Did you have a sense of how. Joe biden calling on andrew cuomo to resign. Andrew cuomo a democratic party guy. If there ever was one how that landed in albany honestly. I don't think it landed much at all. I think was going to do what he was going to do. and and the the sort of state assembly these you know local lawmaker of mattered. A lot more to andrew cuomo than joe biden. Think back in march. I mean ninety. Eight percent ninety nine percent of the democrat establishment called for him to resign that both senators from new york. Chuck schumer and kristen. Gillibrand call to resign. You know almost every member of the congressional delegation calling into resign Elect leaders up and down the st caller enters. Ainun care at all for any of that And so then you added the few that were remaining. Joe biden a couple were members of congress. you know the head of the state democratic party and he still didn't move. I mean i think andrew cuomo is going to do what was best for andrew cuomo andrew kuan to do this whole time and joe biden state. Democrats national democrats be damped and it seems like a key figure. Was carl sti my saying his name right speaker of the new york state assembly hasty hasty. Yeah carl yeah hey see. I mean that was. He was on a matter. Where the joe biden because that was where the impeachment is going to begin The the state senate Year new york the upper chamber. They were already very anti cuomo. I mean it was hard to find state senators who supported him. The assembly is a much bigger body. I think there was a lot news a lot. More sort of touch and go there. And i think cuomo thought that if he could just at least keep a majority all the republicans obviously were against and wanted him to be impeached. Because you can keep a majority of democrats From from joining them that maybe he would have shot. They're you know. They didn't want to do impeachment with republican votes. Kinda thing and in the end. You know carl hasty pretty much never went quite as far as some other Politicians in the state. But you know also communicated that andrew cuomo time is up who were his democratic allies. That were left at this point. Andrew cuomo's yeah to march right because schumer and jilib ran were out in march so did he have democratic allies and all in new york state but by the end he didn't no one was really publicly. Coming out in favour of andrew cuomo. I mean you had you had a few people who were sort of saying well. We need to see the evidence enough. I'm in the assembly or from state. Senate i'm going to be wearing whittling. His impeachment But i you know i. I can't say one thing or the other. But i don't think you met anyone who's going to defend them. I mean for a while. They were prominent members of the black community hispanic community communities of color. Here new york who really did rise to aside back when these allegations first sort of were aired the beginning of the year By the end. Though yeah i mean you know you. You wanted to be friends with andrew cuomo you know. Get a dog kind of thing so now it's just over a year ago. He was being hailed as a corona virus hero. He gets paid millions of dollars to write this self aggrandizing book now that you can see the full arc or i guess most of the arguments because back and runs for something again. How do you look at this last year. In the life of andrew cuomo. Wow that's a great question I mean he was writing a high for so.
Tracey "Africa" Norman reflects on the start of her legendary modeling career
"Something that i think is so interesting and special about. Your story is the number of times throughout history that someone has been outed and lost everything. We don't know their name. History doesn't remember them. Are you surprised how well known. Your story is and has become from the very beginning. I've been shocked about it. And the interest that has grown to wanting to know my story in the beginning. It's been overwhelming but i'm kind of Not getting used to it. But it's still surprises me. I mean i have a long list of reasons for why i think your story is special and why still telling it but i just wonder how do you think about your impact and why it matters. I because of A lot of the girls like me or now in front of the cameras. Like on television and writing singing and modeling. And they've all congratulating me by being the first but to be clear. I never identify with transgender. The term always identified as being a woman. I say yes so. I i i mean i understand the reasons why they are advertising that they're transgender in my generation. I couldn't oh so you're saying that back then you could not use the word but you're not saying that you don't identify as trans now. Is that correct yeah. I don't i identify as trans. Always have done a bite as a lot of being a woman. Oh i see. It was new york mag and The london times and mary cliff south africa That put the word trans and attached it to my name. I i mean. I am publicity for it and the interest that it that it drummed up but i made that very clear in every interview that i never identified as trans but as far as getting interest that it drunk i totally get that allow because i consider you an icon and trans history. And so i've actually never heard that you don't identify as being a part of the trans community. Yeah i mean. I i understand where you're coming from so i mean i don't have the people using it. I'm just saying me personally. I've never identified with the word tran or or being tran. I guess because of the time difference. And and i didn't grow up around gay people. I only had women around me still being shy child. I mimic my so after women. I've watched how they talk converse with each other having wall cavity that you know. I was just enthralled wink. Femininity of of a woman. And that's what i wanted to be. Oh i see so when you were outed. I believe it was was it. One thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred seventy nine. Yeah it was a time for acid magazi- route so your outed in your professional life so then also transferred over into your personal life as well my in my professional life the date in my personal life not per se because Not my mother was always there. I've been her her oldest daughter since i was born. She always knew that she had a special child. She was mind. Remind me of that. In fact our conversation would either be in the car or we're walking the dog together or meeting at the dinner table laughing and joking. She would just stop and periodically. Tell me her words would be tracy you born before your time and all of those years. I never understood what that meant. Until until i was reached out for my story and when clairol's me to another three year contract then i realized what my mother meant by that because by that time the other trend girl were out in themselves and the reason. Why because that prevented anybody to have a secret hanging over their head. Which i did so that gave someone power over me.
"new york mag" Discussed on Zealot
"Flook. So. He's like then met he's obviously medicating them. Like. That I mean, obviously, I wouldn't want to see that video but it doesn't like I've I wasn't trying to find that video but yes, I was like I wonder if he's like website still exists or anything obviously. But But yeah that that you can imagine that what it looks like that video of like a kind of drugged up like with. Giving them and just they just become zombies. I think a lot of these stories end up that way we used that with kind of hair of people not really show where they are anymore. I mean. Absolutely, they cut article ends when Claudia leaves the group, but there's a few articles about. What's happened since Lawrence Isabella Felicia, moved to New Jersey to an old friend Scott Mollahs House. and. Larry Ages ago it helped Melissa drinking. So Malakand of felt indebted to him and is a story in New York magazine about it, and again he gets all these equipment and he's trying to renovate this house that he's just staying in. It's not even his house. And from the New York Mag Story, it says a dispute between Muller and ray around Halloween in two thousand, nineteen There was a dispute when Ray dug a hole in the front yard and dropped Mullah's voting twitch. FELICIA and Isabela. Go out there and they spray paint the fucking burt and put blow up dinosaurs in it and they say, Oh, we made a funny thing for the kids for Halloween. Darn sleds Larry Stay at your house. Yes, unless it's like, you know you trying to lose some sort of income unless you trying to like a money pit situation then yeah. Let him go but. It's just bizarre comes down to the narcissism I. Think as well was just kind of idea that. Like we all We all have someone family who thinks that they can renovate things and they can't. But this is like, and if you don't know if that person, it's you it's you. Yes. Stop knockout walls. Yeah just kind of idea that like no, he'll love it. He'll love it when I do this or like put the it'll be funny. Just a constant state of knowing of thinking that he knows best. So because Ryan because Larry in Mullah had arguments. Larry are poisoning me.
"new york mag" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"These stories the way that I get into them. But I knew that I could send Alex this guy and then she would get it immediately. So I'm like settling in again to work this morning. I'm settling in, you know, open up the old emails and Jason sending me first thing there's another chapter last money. Minute long goes to dive into and I can't stop. It's like once you get into it's just you gotta know more, it's terrible. I only had one rant but I think by the time this comes out, I will be proven right? So I'd like to go on record right now, the story has turned to stake, my claim that what everyone will know to be true, by the time this is released that the Hawaiian yoga hiker story bullshit, okay show. This is the woman who listened to a voice in her head that told her to go hiking in Maui, believe it was okay. And she walked in on a trail parked her car left. Her phone had no water had no food set off on a hike. And in her own words about three miles into the trail got off the trail to go to sleep. And when she woke up, she was disoriented and became lost in the jungle for seventeen days, and she was rescued by a helicopter that just so happen at the last minute to pass over waterfall where she was camping out and see her waving and rescued her after seventeen days, it's become an international story. I have an unerring six cents for these things. And the minute I saw this story, I said bullshit, once I started reading the story it became so obvious. Okay. It's all right there in the detail once you learn that you get to the part of story that says, one hour after her parents posted a fifty thousand dollar reward for her rescue. She was rescued doesn't make any sense does not add a k I don't understand how you go to sleep after a three hour hike in the middle of the day. And then wake up and not know where you are. I mean, you went to sleep you sleep for three hours and end up somewhere else. You're on the same log you lay down. On. Is it really that hard to get reoriented not buying the story, and I trust in three weeks time this will be redundant because, yes, she will have turned out to be a milkshake duck and milkshake wife milkshake wife. Yes. Alex educate Chris has to the wife mean okay, the wife phenomenon. It's like where do you start with the why did you hear of cliff wife yesterday? No cliff wife is actually useful to explain what we were trying to talk about before. That's a really good of what we're talking about actually how he started talking about this guy so cliff life. It's become a me on Twitter, but this YouTubers wife fell down. I'm putting I'm doing Hawaii. I believe his wife fell down a cliff, which was ten feet things you kind of rolls and tumbles and hill. More than this. And they right after they posted this tearful YouTube video all about, you know, living life and every day could be your last and Twitter, Rocha them, because basically, she felt ten feet dude. She's okay me and she didn't break any bones probably hurt. Pretty bad. Think that was the extent of it. And so everyone starts talking about cliff life. Because if you recall recalled curvy wife thick wife, like what was that two years ago? Now that was the guy who posted the praises of his curvy wife, who was Instagram. Bikini model non curvy some virtue. Virtue of loving the curvaceous woman. Yeah. Yeah. Like this essay about how he's a Saint for loving his white, conventionally attractive beautiful wive hero. Cliff wife is a good example. What we're talking about. Because it's two people who at least one of which takes themselves extremely seriously and puts themselves out there in a way that the internet both giveth and taketh away. It's so weird. Because on the one hand the internet, elevates so much stuff that doesn't deserve to get any amplify whatsoever. But on the other hand, it also unerringly pierces the bubble of things that need their bubbles pierced. The internet is hardly on airing does find this random stuff that has no reason to be known. But because this video is so ridiculous. It becomes known and gets punctured. Yes. Many other things that don't deserve to get punctured puncture, and yeah. So New York MAG wrote this, a brief guide to white guys. Somebody on Twitter posted my wife tumbled. Nole people were doing hilarious tweets with the tweets are good. Replacing song lyrics with things about your wife tumbling down. My gimme a cliff wife and free muscle tone from a mid size, knoll full viral thing. Have you seen? Don't Email my wife got? Oh oh yeah, that's a good one. This photo this has been floating around forever. This photo of someone spray painted, don't Email, my wife in bed on someone's garage door? So I had an internet only moment where I only retroactively was reminded of the perfect meal to us in a situation that had previously occurred to me online. So I think it was also in the cut had renewed. My awareness of the sir. This is a Wendy's meme are you familiar with that one, Chris? Yeah. So that's one where someone is typically ding overly seriously about something, the internet, and is typically punctured by someone simply re tweeting, tagging, sir, this is a Wendy's and I recently. This thing occur where that would have been the perfect rejoinder, but I didn't have it at the time. But since it was published an article now can't use it because then right now being, you know, I'm only using it because they reminded there's got to be a German word for that. You mean like, wishing that you could or you know, when the, the right mean for a situation presents itself army late. Freud me even Friday. Yes. A brief guide to wife guy really good. Read this, this guy, he made headlines again, when he posted a pregnancy announcement referring to his wife, as a sacred vessel carrying his seed also gamer, elf life guy is a favorite of mine, too. I love him. I didn't even dive into that. Or there's the guy the ELO hell Twitter account. I remember that one a few years, is that. Oh, that was when Twitter comic L hell made a name for herself, as a female internet. Comedian racking up twenty four thousand followers, her humor was a litany of Twee and predictable jokes that routinely wound up on lists. Like thirty of the funniest women, you should be following on Twitter and the twentieth. Funny tweets from women this week except as was later revealed by O hell, the person behind the tweets wasn't fact, a man pretending to be his wife online. I remain, she knew about the bit was aware he'd used her likeness for the accounts, avatar, the also in the same breath, announced that she was divorcing. Yeah, I knew about it. And I like life guy. This is what the internet gives us. Well, then let me be the first to say. Thank you. All right. Chris, what will you be taking us out with? So until next week if we're ever gonna get to anything like that. You told me that mean girl says is possible. We gotta listen to our hearts and to each other. And when faced with the swell of a wave of toxic media stomping stopping..
"new york mag" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat
"That's what the transgender issue is right now for them. So more seventy two years old. He recently told a Christian radio stay. Nation quote. I am seriously considering it that's in regards to running for Senate. Moore said insisting without evidence that the seat had been quote stolen from him. And now, why would he even consider it? Well, it turns out. He's polling pretty good. A Mason Dixon poll released this past week asked four hundred GOP voters if the twenty twenty Republican primary for Alabama's US Senate seat were held today. For whom would you've haute. Moore was the runaway choice in a field of six named candidates. He got twenty seven percent nine points higher than second place. Which is this dude named MO Brooks. A sitting congressman more has nearly universal name recognition for these voters. Analii twenty nine percent Holden unfavorable opinion of the dude. So there you go the democrat former prosecutor who targeted now this is this is Doug Jones. Of course, he's a democrat and a former prosecutor who targeted the KKK has low ratings in the state the same show the same poll shows him with just forty five percent of voters approving of his performance and fifty percent determined to replace him with a Republican in Alabama's. So who knows ROY Moore will ride again to the polls. I share that. Does best headline that I've read that sums this up perfectly is from the New York MAG. And it says why Ella bama's or trying it again, try it again. And why when show with such a charming guy is that the theocrat that is ROY Moore the bane of my existence, even despite all the sexual misconduct stuff. That's just one layer on this on this crap cake. This dude is of course, he fought to keep the ten commandments in the courtroom. He has been just hugely problem. He's been a massive problem when it comes to criminal Justice reform, it's been a massive hindrance to civil rights of all walks of life. I mean, he is just a horrible horrible person. And if you've ever met, a judge, they really are they the the they all have a Jesus complex elva God complex. I mean, that's what would lead you to want to become a judge and he'd take. Great joy in destroying lives of the people that enter his courtroom. So just imagine or did enter his courtroom before. He was disbarred. So just imagine how much joy he could have in ruining the lives of everyone in Alabama, ROY Moore, absolutely horrible. And of course, as soon as rand Paul decided to support him and endorse him Rampaul was dead to me because there is nothing libertarian about a theocrat. So that's basically that. So that's kind of a fun little side story might he may be back. And indeed, it is say if you if you want to an example of a good judge watch the documentary legend of cocaine island, very good judge in there. Really what happens there? He just he makes the right call I won't spoil the documentary, but you actually, go judges can be can be good. Let's everyone do cocaine. I think that's great. All right. Well, let's move onto Warren p. Here mostly war, Donald Trump again, the man who ran as an anti interventionalist. He promised to end wars in the Middle East. He. Kinda lied a little bit on then. I'm just going to say he kind of lied a little bit on that. What happened? So President Trump vetoed. A bipartisan resolution on Tuesday that would have forced in end to American military involvement in Saudi Arabia's civil war in Yemen rejected an appeal by lawmakers to his own deeply rooted instrument instincts to withdraw the United States from the bloody foreign conflict the Saudis still have us around. You know, we are wrapped around their finger that is dipped in oil..
"new york mag" Discussed on Night Call
"Nights. Hello twenty nine teen. Of the starter pack. We've been doing that we cast for about a year almo- almost a year. It's going to be are they in February the long Easter in history, we should create that wishlist not on Amazon, but on another platform of our choosing. So you can send us present. Just to go behind the curtain a little bit. It has been like a very long time since we've said done and done a podcast. I miss you guys of the miracle banking episodes. So thanks for all of your fund feedback, especially for our holiday specials and various night. Call museum episodes and whatnot. Those were really fun to do. So glad everybody liked them to. Hey, speak. Yeah. Of night museum and lock near that kind of inspired. It. We're going to talk about black mirrors new interactive episode and bird box Vander snatched bird box. Somebody made the joke on Twitter that that's the guy plays doctor strange and someone also made the joke that both of them sound like Victorian names for female genitalia. Bandra snap and bird box. There is something very like unplaced hilarious about the name bird box. And I kept like searching for a joke about it. Because it just sounds like a fake name. Let's talk about that because. Yeah. Okay. So what Emily was talking about was that there was a conspiracy possibly true that net flicks. With seating some fake memes about bird box astroturf ING astroturf. Ing bird box memes to get the bird box memes ago in and they share did get go. They did get going did. And now they're just real now, they're real. And so there was an article, you know, as this sort of became a debate. But there was an article on the daily dot that kind of followed up with it. And like, I guess talked to people at net who denied that they had been astroturf, Ian that said that all of the viral content was real and the the person who had originally kind of floated the idea that these were fake accounts that were at least seeding the bird box memes. Deleted. Their post. Because the people who are being accused of having fake accounts were coming back because they were getting flooded with mentions and said, you know, I'm real person. I'm just like, you know, I don't I'm just new to Twitter, but I liked bird box. Whatever leave me alone. Right. I I just created my account two weeks ago, specifically just to treat bird box content. But how dare you as one that aren't unit was very compelling because these were all the mostly teenage looking avatars with like fifteen followers who just created accounts and everything was bird box me that then received lots and lots of re tweets and likes a suspicious. Sure, I mean, maxed read my colleague, New York MAG. He had very recently published an article around Christmas on kind of the idea of of fakery on the internet in general, and how the fate of it. Well, the that everything is fake. But also that nobody accepts it anything is real anymore. So everything is defacto fake. Like, we're already at the mercy of the robots I put that in quotes. But like, you know, the idea that not even a person online like you have to verify that you're human every step of the way to do anything on the internet anymore. The idea of being a real person on YouTube, for example, it's more probable that that an editor is bought on YouTube than an actual person. So like we spend more time trying to prove that we're people than. Yeah. You've all said the other way around lost my innocence about people on the internet like being who they say they are. Yeah. I think right. Like most people are who they say they are and are like presenting themselves somewhat accurately, but some. People just are not some people use internet to be scammers. So so here's like the thing that I I'm still skeptical about the Netflix thing because the other thing that happened with bird box bird boxes, just like bird box the movie itself. I mean, I don't know. If you guys watched it at all, it is it is dumb as hell. A really dislike this movie, but it's also just like boring and just kind of it's technically not a quiet place rip off..
"new york mag" Discussed on Keep It!
"All new episode of keep it, y'all elope. Hi, hi, congrats on the coal bear situation. Was he a doll a great human being? He seems like he knows everything which I love he was obsessed with the movie network. Like, I am. And here's my question. What did he say my name? And Karen, or did you say that you'll have to find out on say damn it won't you? I was wondering what order he said the men. Just. Is it? Okay. Joe? Is Louis going to murder me? Shoot out in the Davidson, I tell I and not by Stephen we're both men who mispronounce her last name. So I relate to him on another level. How do you say what did you say your last name? I savor tell just because everybody gets is that, but it's actually vernal why your actual last name is vertigo CARA, quiet. Just like you let Chrissy Tyke and situa-. Oh, right. Yes. And Arianna is her lesson just grant, it's some it's not it's not I think personal. I think we all say Arianna. And it's it's aria. What's another way to Hannah area? Something like that. Well, deli 'Grande. We're not seeing right? We'll also like reenter. Right. They'll say real mad. That's been totally lost her her Caribbean. Friends say her name, and you're like, that's that's how it goes. Or would. And when she's in like an interview like it's funny like someone will just be saying Ryota Ryota. And there was one was used. Talking about Assad. When you listen to reenter saw unlike just saying your real name. And we can't hear it through whatever magic. But guess I was on the Kobe show airs Thursday we're supposed to air Monday. But Bryan Cranston wants to talk. He's a good talker. Though. He does also here's my question does then Stephen put on a different suit the one he will wear Thursday. So that the episode masters up or no, oh, I don't know because that's that takes some planning. Wow. I guess I'll win wear different suits. Are. You would think he would since it's like day after day after day Muslims just wear the same suit again Thursday could be could be CV magic, right anyway, I love this biz y'all last week we talked about Priyanka Chopra and her wedding. And we missed I know. Because this was published literally after we recorded the cut wrote a article about how they Sadako was a scammer a global scam artists who married Jonas brother for her own gain. It was written by author Mariah Smith. Yeah. That feels I mean, listen, it was a mess. Did you read it? I I did I read it in like couldn't really unders I read it quickly. And like didn't really understand what I was reading when it was happening. But the thing that stood out was, of course, was like Priyanka Chopra is incredibly fitness, which is like what we had been talking about before. And like, listen, the Jonas brothers are also famous, but the idea that lot royalties the idea that if she were going to if she were going to like pick some American due to quote unquote scam. She would do better than Joe Jonas to me. Yeah. Or next Nick Joan which see I don't even know which wanted to marry Jonas. Seem to me like shoot aim higher because she herself is incredibly successful and wealthy and famous that like she could have she could have aimed higher. Yeah. Look and A-List movie star or something. Yeah. As opposed to the star of kingdom, whatever that was. Yeah. It was it was scam..
"new york mag" Discussed on Adlandia
"Homepage experience like slacken a Gration with the embarrass right? Yeah. So you can actually talk to them and find out what they're thinking about certain things that are happening. I'm personally just such a fan of that. Because in my own life lurking in our editorial slack channels is like is just yeah. I it's so phenomenal. And we wanted to bring a piece of that experience to our audience and people seem to really love it also a time where there's some distrust of media rate thing showing your work a little bit. And I think helping our audiences understand what goes into what we do. Due proving out of why we do have the authority that we have with our audiences is powerful. What are some of the partnerships that you've executed or are working towards executing that demonstrate where the businesses headed? Well, so one partner that we work within a lot of ways Amazon, right? This strategist, which is a truly aditorial products. But you know, it's largely in affiliate revenue business, which is fascinating. Because we're we're suddenly in the commerce business. Yeah. We've done a lot of internal technology work to produce. Really interesting and useful insights around purchase behavior, people everything. And then actually we're able to take those insights to our clients and help them build better econ experiences or content experiences around their objectives. What are your thoughts on the status of? As media channel. Does that affect the decisions that you're making on the business side? And what would your advice be to buyers in the market who are, you know, deciding whether or not that's a channel they wanna think about in their media plans twenty nineteen I do think it should continue to be an important piece of media plan is a great brand play. And I think sometimes in the marketing mix, some advertisers have moved too far too far down the funnel. Yeah. And you're not gonna see the impact of that right away. Right. But if you're if you really like being strategic about your marketing makes you need the lower funnel. And you also knew the upper funnel. We agree with that. Totally a hundred percent agree. You know, it's it's not digital all the time. It's definitely not print all the time. But it's where those things and how you use those things and the content right, obviously matters. The people, you know, print subscribers they really love those publication. Yes. Right. And they they are in engaged audience. It's a pleasure. It's a treat have huddle up with your favorite magazine their digital brands that, you know, not to mention a way suitcases DT brands who are coming out with their own publication. Yes. I think there's a reason why so many of businesses still go to the New York Times still go to New York MAG to create an impact right to make a statement, and to really create sort of a clear concise communication that's going to get a tension in a way that digital. I just don't think has the ability to do. So I am all in on print. Yeah. It is. It's a high impact medium period. Yeah. I totally agree. Pam, what would you kill? What would you buy? And then what would you do yourself? What would you? What would you kill some of the self reporting? Fake stuff. What would you buy for both buy and build? I've been thinking a lot about products these days, bringing new exciting experiences Terada Ince's. How can we develop products like physical? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The cut has done these t shirts Lobb ration- with Amazon..
"new york mag" Discussed on Adlandia
"But the messaging marketing is really goes hand in hand, especially because the subscription goes across all our brands, which is a great value and part of the theory is that because there is really tight DNA around dollar Browns and the subject matter and focus is different, you know, as between vulture, the cut intelligence, etc. But the sensibility is quite tightly similar, and so if you are adulterer reader of ultra user, you're likely reading about politics somewhere, or you're likely reading about a technology in new ideas somewhere, and you're probably gonna love Intelligencer. And if you're not then kind of tightening to our consumers the connection among all our Browns. I think helps spring value to them and introduce them to more opportunities to engage with us and engage with these brands that they will likely really enjoy New York media, and is a pretty unknown brand you say New York MAG and people are like, oh, yeah. Okay. Course. Right. Are you thinking about New York media kind of that brand coming out more? Or is it stay in the background is just kind of more of a business brand. And you let the kind of individual publications shine through. So that is our corporate name. It was frankly somewhat of an accidental corporate name which didn't really matter for a while. Right. It really it almost doesn't matter in less. It needs to I think from a business perspective. And it depends on where you're taking it. Yeah. And then how you're thinking about it. Well, we did have some conversation around our digital subscription. What do you call the thing? If a vulture which now has a pretty loyal and independent of New York. Irc MAG audience to introduce them to this subscription. What do you call it? And what we decided is to call it the New York subscription. I love that. I think it's right. And think it's at has again, it's that lens. Right. So I think for now New York media will stay kind of corporate and not really consumer facing brand. But New York is very much consumer facing Brown. So that's the way retreat it have you acquired any brands. There's really been you've built those Benner Ganic. Yeah. We did acquire split sider, which is a comedy focused site and really had a passionate fan base in the comedy community. And we incorporated that into vulture and kind of made it the heart of the comedy vertical within vulture so many of these individual brands have followings, right? They have these communities in one of the things that I've enjoyed watching the brand do particularly New York MAG. And the cut is the ability to reach the community offline around things like fashion week and some of the events that you curious, I think there's this expectation that sort of you get this insider perspective when you're hanging out with New York MAG and the guy can you talk about that sort of online offline aspect of your business. Look, we are trying to engage our audience, and sort of be that trusted thart heated. Give friend for our audiences as much as we can be and deepen connections one way to deepen connection and have a tangible relationship with a publishing Brown is through print is not the only way, but you know, in an ephemeral world to have like a thing that you kind of snuggle up with and enjoy is actually pretty powerful. But another form of tangible connection is around events. We just did a culture festival in LA a couple of weeks ago, which, you know, something like over ten thousand people come to and the programming of ultra festival is designed toward the vulture voice. And it's a little bit like witty and quirky and interesting, and we got stars of the vulture universe to come and interact with the audience in bringing the cut to we have a co production with Gimblett media now for the cuts podcast, the cut on Tuesdays, which there too. It's like, okay. How can we deepen our relationship with our audience and be more of a habit for you and be your partner for your life for.
"new york mag" Discussed on Adlandia
"Certainly I think for legacy print publishers that that we were very gung-ho about that. That anything on the one hand. There was opportunities serve our audience. Yeah. Even more and then on the other hand, the business model encouraged national coverage so digitally in advertising base model. Typically, local is is a tough tough business a tough business. Right. So an even when we started a grub street, which was more little and its coverage because it was more service news around New York restaurant scene. And then vulture what we quickly found was that, you know, I sort of the same resources that you could talk about something with more local interest. You could talk about at the time gossip girl or madman something like that and reach an enormous really engaged audience and find new audiences. So that was a pretty exciting discovery for us. And we just kept kind of growing growing and building on that. Yeah. Has that impacted the voice of New York magazine, the need to go Nash? National do find yourselves appealing to audience beyond New York. Do you find that? That's changed the way you cover news or politics or style, or you still feel that you have a specific lens at which you're covering things. That's a great question. I think our voice is everything like differentiation in the digital world. I think is everything. And so we try really hard to stay specific and true to that voice. Yes. And you know, that that's how we build real loyalty in connection with our audience. I think just going scale for the sake of scale is not to a winning game. You really mean you do need to chief scale. But you also needle a loyal engaged audience. And to do that your brand has to means something and continue to means something overtime. There does need to be. I think voice into sensibility. And at least in our case, we're very very focused on that. And kind of think of that as our core asset. From which the business follows people that are in the kind of cultural, no like Saturday Night Live ring you guys up in their skits. And it's this hilarious thing about was cool barrel. Yeah. News on Saturday live. I think happened a couple of times where like if you didn't read it in Volker than you, don't like if it's not in vulture than doesn't exist or something like that, you know, something to that effect and think it's funny because at the end of the day as a New Yorker as New Yorkers, we know the SNL is like kind of this it is the New York lens. But everyone in the world is watching very very similar to that. Yeah. That's a great analogy, actually. And it's funny because I also think there's this halo of that brand. But then there's a core that voice in that perspective that no matter where you are. It's not about geography, it's about mindset in mentality our audience, I we try to understand our audience really well, and they it's sort of a sacred offic. Right yet is and the voice is also is is not New York, the places New York, the idea of sort of sophisticated smart witty empathetic, and that's what we're going for. And there are a lot of. People who are really hungry for that right now in particular, but over years as well. Yeah. So with a further push into digital, you know, obviously, you've launched podcast. Now, you are moving had on shoes days you also implemented a paywall in front of your content. So there's a lot of change in use of technology to obviously build community. But now also recognize the premium nature, assuming which is why you have the pay wall of the content that you're producing can you talk about some of those changes that you're making as we move into twenty nineteen that the marketplace needs to be aware of and sort of new platforms and y the pay wall. So our digital subscription, which we launched actually this week, which is exciting grants. Thank you. And on the tech side, we largely built it ourselves. We have a custom content management system that we developed ourselves that we actually license and partner with other pub. Ishers on as well. And then we've built our subscription capabilities into that. And it's an exciting next step for our business. It's been a year. Now that we've been seriously working on implementing the people not not even from the perspective..
"new york mag" Discussed on Adlandia
"We are back in the studio with Pam Wasserstein CEO of New York media vulture, the cut New York magazine. What other brands intelligence are the strategist you guys have so many amazing brands, welcome Pam. Thank you so much happy to be here guys or so happy to have you Laura's calling in from jersey. Hi, everyone. So Pam before we get into the business. We want to talk about how you came to be CEO of the business. Well, I definitely did not start my career in media at all. I was a corporate lawyer of for several years, and then I worked in private equity on the investment side, totally different world, very very different than will. So for me. I wanted to do something more entrepreneurial something more creative. I ended up working Tribeca film was you know, Tribeca film festival and a bunch of other things and I ended up. Leading corporate development there stayed for about five years. And then I came over New York media originally as head of strategy and then moving into the CEO position. So what was the kind of for you the thought process or the kind of passion that drove you into like? Yep. This this feels right? This is right. I always loved media passionate about media. But I was neither journalist nor in advertising salesperson and back in the day that was sort of where the opportunities were in the industry one of those paths. Typically, right. So I think what changed for me was that the industry changed, and then the business changed. And so suddenly there were a much bigger set. And frankly for me more interesting set of problems and opportunities to start to dig into. So you know, you suddenly are thinking about an a lot of them tied to the future broadly lead yet, what is the future of marketing, what is the future? Of content consumption monetization business models. Yeah. For sure New York was such an incredible brand that was still fresh in vibrant and had a lot of I think opportunity in the digital world. Yeah. And a really loyal kind of core audience that we could build on a mainstay. I mean, so I would say like a New York Post and York magazine any you can walk into a New Yorkers home and you'll see both of those publications. It's a mainstay. Yeah. And part of the opportunity for our business, right? Was moving from that kind of traditional in print. We're sort of four hundred thousand circulation and forty percent New York DNA. Right. So does tend to be more regional and then digitally. We're like forty five million monthly unique on our own operated sites, and quite national and even international what we're able to do. When the internet arrived just kind of take that voice in already which was always through the fifty year history of New York magazine sort of ambitious and not really tied or limited to the geography always sort of try me lead a cultural conversation. But now there's so many new opportunities to achieve that one of the things that you are obviously known for very well as covering things that are central to New York, right? But understandably the scale, and, you know, reach forty five million people with information that obviously goes beyond what's happening within New York City. What was sort of the reason to move into things like the strategists or intelligence, or like, what were the insights that said, hey, we need to expand beyond covering or talking about things just happening specific to New York. So that kind of strategic push toward truly national coverage has been. In a long time coming of spend probably twelve years now since we first started one of where we are verticals are are digital brands, which was first scrub street, which covers restaurants and food and Volterra came pretty quickly after that, which covers culture and entertainment several legacy print publishers. I think we're more hesitant to publish digitally because concerned about cannibalization of the print model and so forth. We didn't really have that concern. Yeah. Yeah. For us. It was like, oh, we, you know, our audience loves our cultural coverage, we can do so much more of it. You know in this environment and serve our audience better and more with our sensibility. Take that lens and kinda mix it with internet voice and optimized for digital audiences. So it was relatively early..
"new york mag" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior
"Hi, I'm Sarah cancer. I'm a journalist and scholar and the author of the book the view from fiber country. I'm Andrea Chalupa, a writer, journalist and filmmaker business gas let nation where podcast covering corruption in the Trump administration and the rise of a thorn hairiness around the world. And today, we have a rare guest appearance by hope we have some hope on the show this week. I'm so the Blue Wave continues, and I'm still on the Blue Wave steroids, which is really funny. They're talking about how the media because maybe because many independent class aren't going to be impacted by this far-right takeover directly anyway, economically. Their communities are on the front lines of the hatred that spending power under this whole Trump rise of Trump, but they called the election too early by saying, oh, the Blue Wave didn't show up. Not only did it show up, but it's still going. So check out this beautiful thing. So from from the Washington Post Democrats. Appeared poised to pick up between thirty five and forty seats in the house. Once the last races are tallied that would represent the biggest democratic gain in the house since the post Watergate election of nineteen seventy four even Josh Barro a business columnist from New York MAG wrote, we haven't processed the magnitude of the political shift in Texas. It's not just Bego coming close. It's the house races Dem's picking up fourteen seats in the state legislature close down ballot statewide races Dem's only need to gain a little more ground in Texas to win there. So again, what we saw in the Twenty-eight midterms was an incredible important shift moving the ball further down the field so to speak to use a football metaphor, which I don't often do. But these extreme times, they will we're getting closer. We're building infrastructure. We're building a foundation that we're going to continue to build on and benefit for racist to come. Now. Let's look at the Senate. According to rep Eric swallow for the Senate Republicans had the best Senate map and a hundred years thirty five seats up for reelection in two thousand eighteen twenty-six held by Democrats. This is me talking now for this was like taking candy from baby which they probably literally did on the border when they had children kidnapped from their families next up in twenty twenty Republicans will have to defend twenty two seats compared to just twelve held by Democrats. So we have them in the crosshairs four twenty twenty the Senate could be ours. We work hard enough. Now. Keep in mind, Paul Ryan has gone Bob Goodlatte whose own son spoke out against them. Do not both my dad. Bob Goodlatte was the Representative who tried to get rid of ethics watchdog in the house and spun it as some great Orwellian thing improve government. No that was a horror show, and he tried to do that. Jason shabas. Thank God is gone were Bacher Putin's congressman was defeated at never thought that could ever happen. There's he's he's held that seat. Scott Walker was defeat. It'd governor Wisconsin his own terrible voting rules making it harder to call. A recount kept him from calling recount. That's just beautiful Justice. Now, Susan Collins of Maine is next and Steve king. We we can get them this time around. We nearly got Steve king this time. So let's finish them off in twenty twenty by keeping the house taking the Senate and the White House if we continue to work hard, and we're smart we can soon be under one party rule again, and that will be the party of far more progressive Democratic Party. And that is when the real work begins because climate change is coming for us. So another thing we can celebrate Jeff flake lived up to his name as a flaky Senator pretending to care, but then voting for Trump's agenda anyway voting for Cavanaugh, even after an emotional confrontation, by for survivors, pleading with him, not to Jeff flake will be out of the Senate, come January. I mean, he chose not to run. Because of course, he's a coward and democrat Kirsten cinema will take his place a woman with moral, courage. Reg- that is incredible. And that is hard work that did that. And we will have to continue to work hard. We want to continue a these amazing victories another Bluewave miracle. Mike espey a democrat could pull a Doug Jones in Mississippi. There's a video of his Republican challengers Cindy, Hyde Smith saying if he invited me to a public hanging..
"new york mag" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"It's in work out. But I mean, like every time he said that he heard from a friend. It's like that was the good album to hook up to know that that is like you're Pavlov's that sets a mood time, like you went album. We have to listen to Adele, twenty one, and you're like, you don't want to take a quick shower, got track. Track off hand job too. Don't you. That's like someone. Yeah, wanting to get blown to like blue by Joni like, yes, put on put on the Angelo. Anything else? I masturbate to Bosch the show I watch it. I just need to have, you know. Smooth sounds on. Sounds of him driving around LA. Right? Here's a sexy question music or no music during the sexy time. Oh, I've done either. I love. I love a good little sound soundtrack. I almost never listened to music like there's something about there's music on in the house, but like there's there's such an artifice like sex, especially in a long term relationship doesn't have quite a bit of our way, but like there's such a, I've always felt so self conscious about the vibe of like picking a playlist anytime. I would read New York MAG sex diary or something like real thing of someone being like all they always had sex. This arm. Album. You like to your phone and like cast it to your apple TV like all the songs a little too, like base heavy or like I just also the intensity of can creep up on you. Like I remember my ex-boyfriend like the second or third time we like had sex like one plus one by beyond saying which is about being eternally in love and having like true ground swell, like love Ming, and she's like, what did you want her whole beyond thing? You might to shuffle in like like one of your own, like voice memos like good bit voice over audition from your voice memo. Just being like, whatever. Like trying. It's a footwell. Oh my foot. Well, it said that they were looking for naturalistic, but then the guy they went with, I mean, this guy's theater train. I mean, he's booming here like in some way, but that's not to say that you have experience of course blast in the classical music so that the. You're out of my own private. We're going to get back to what you said Boeing about in the special. It's revealed that during during me time as you, you had to block out. The sounds of the children who went to the elementary school that you live literally store. Yes, that's a horrifying thing. Yeah. So I mean, either guys living Laingsburg Nile ingredient. Okay. So it's the school on metropolitan and Leonard? Sure. It's like it's like it's a great school and like something I forgot what the bid is that most people that know schools in the suburbs, there is grass, and there are like things to climb on and fields like city schools are just like sound bath. It's ashphalt and like cage. Yeah, traffic right there. So the sound was that much and the kids didn't have anything to do except scream run around in a circle. Yeah, exactly. Just screaming each other and like I was writing at home alone and constantly procrastinating and like ten feet away and was always, I don't talk about this as much in the bit, but I like I, I like at some point all these people that have come out as like dark perverts in a way. I don't wanna misuse the term pervert bricks. Perversion implies a certain norm. Course I have come out is like, oh, something graduated to like sexual assault or like desribed. Ask other people at some point..
"new york mag" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"Temperature lower, so you get cooled off and so that. Is why babies fall asleep when they're hot. I am the same and adults. I remember I used to have a science tutor who came over and junior high, and I didn't get five minutes into any of those lessons because we'd sit in the bedroom and the sun will be the perfect time of day. And it was always like right on my bed. And just, yeah, in win. Also, sites are boring when I was in to your high. Well, yeah, that's a problem. Yeah. But yeah, that was the first time I had heard an explanation, which totally makes sense totally. But it's like, but I like to sleep in a cold environment. So I don't know what that says about me weirdo. And also I'm thinking now about how like the temperature drops. But if I'm too hot at night is when I have nightmares, totally like I will hundred million percent have a bad dream if I'm wearing sweat shirt or if they're too many blankets, wow, violent, the bad dreams, my God, her faira. Yes, bad it is he under also cool environment. I wanted to. Tuck this article I read in New York MAG, and it was about Penn Gillette who I love, who is half of Penn and teller and he's and Penn and teller have Vegas magic show, which should see some feel like Tele really got the shooting in this day. No, I think it is so fun because he probably likes that. Yeah, but I'm thinking about all the other jobs that pen gets. Yeah, but maybe that's the whole point that he didn't want that. Okay, that's great. Then it's such a great gimmick. Okay. And that is name is teller? Oh my God. I just realized that, well, you know, I am about last name. Is that his real name? Yeah, I think so, too. Of course it is, of course, well, or if it's nice, still funny just first name because Penn Jillette that's just I name Penn and teller. Oh, oh, my. God now. Okay. What got a crack, what it is. I is Steve Lou. Yeah, you're right. It must be as I his first name unless they just want like, yeah, look it up at all. In the meantime, the article was great because pen, first of all is always entertaining, and he's very smart and one thing that he said stuck out to me because I know you like magic bit, and I thought that you would find this interesting. He was sort of going through why they chose to do their act. The way they do, which is to sort of like it's a wink like they, they treat the audience, the audiences, smart enough to grasp what's going on. They don't pretend like it's. What do you call it? Like truly magic yet? Yeah, yeah, they know that it's yeah. And sometimes they'll even explain some things that they do and they were pointing out that you on one hand, you have David Copperfield, who is this guy who's like this is truly magic and gets to him..
"new york mag" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"They'd just means they weren't a good fit like I love an for you. I wouldn't date in you. Love Nick for me. You wouldn't date Nick, you know. And I always whenever I hear my friends talking about like, oh, you and this person, this person you're on relationships, I'm like, yeah, but you would never date our guys because they're not a right fit for you. You know, like you would never have worked out with with our guys like our guys worked for us. So there's someone else for you, you know. I guess when you are hunger games, style, deigning, you have to be savage. She was painting with broad strokes. So then apparently it got to the point where she was having them do feats of strength. They were doing sprints pushups. She said in some people stuck around to do this. Yeah, a bunch of guys leave because they were in Noida, but few of them stayed. They have. They didn't save. She actually wound up with anybody though, but other reasons she eliminated people were if they had a beer belly had a long beard if they were wearing khakis if they're wearing Tom's which I like TOMS. Yeah, no, problema Tom's. And if you're a smoker or an alcoholic, so New York MAG out talking to some of the guys and they said most of them did have a sense of humor about it. One guy said, if anything she seemed more forward than most women you'd find on a dating site. But one salty guy said, I'm not a therapist, but I think this woman is completely narcissistic. Borderline delusion completely. Vein and just shallow human being. That only cares about getting more attention for herself fair. I mean, she's an Instagram model so and they knew that going into it. So really coulda deduce those things anyway. Really information you just discovered, but I feel bad for her. Apparently she started losing a bunch of followers because they were all mad at her stunned and now her Instagram on private, so come out of hiding girl. Okay. Yeah, that's funny. I like that. Yeah, so I think she's kind of a hero. I don't know. I mean, obviously she was being savage, but it's it's an intriguing to meet someone. Yeah, anyway, you want to know what I bring. Yes, I bring New York Times. This is not go by Maya. Salaam. She writes study finds that for only daters women peak eighteen while men peak fifty. This is crazy so that you feel like you peaked at eighteen dating wise dating. Definitely not meter. Absolutely. Not even close p twenty two New York. Well, excise always peaking. This is from a new study about online dating published in the journal of science advances in it. Researchers studied the desireability of male female users based on how many messages to these two hundred users. All of whom were seeking opposite sex partners got over one month on a quote, popular free online dating service, but they won't say which one. And if those sending the messages were desirable based on the same criteria. So the researchers determined that while men sexual desire ability piece, it fifty women starts hide eighteen and then falls from there, so okay. But let me let me get into this a little bit more. So the age grading for women definitely surprised us. This is old. They quoted is Elizabeth brew an associate professor of sociology at the university of Michigan. She's the author of the study. She says both in terms of the fact that it's steadily declined from the time. Women were eighteen to the time. They were sixty five and also how steep it was. She said, the study reserve. Colts eco data shared by the dating be meth. Okay. Cubit in two thousand ten in which service found that men from ages twenty to thirty focus almost entirely women who are younger than them, and this is the reasoning that they think they think it's like kind of like a caveman mentality persists..
"new york mag" Discussed on Newsmakers
"I mean, the top prospects in the game guy, they obviously liked a lot and they gave him Guerrero number twenty, seven. Now you got this really weird situation where to hall of fame type dudes have the same number. It's crazy. Yeah, it is. It does feel like a little lack of foresight had at least consider the possibility. I understand like Mike trust twenty-seven, maybe get into, but you didn't quite know. It's all like he was tearing it up that first year, like, I'm sure I, I like the idea of Ladd looking that might trout that first year of like what you gave this Trump my number. So obviously you see what he turned into is weird thing because you know, it feels that they should have seen that coming somewhat. I think teams are usually pretty conservative about this. Even the idea like the cardinals were wary of giving out Jim it. It's number for a long time and so they Mark requires they didn't give out for a long time they have now. So you know, you see, generally I'm surprised it went in if there's any doubt at all. I mean, there's a lot of numbers. If there's any doubt at all, just hold off on that number. I don't think you have to to push it so quickly hard good stuff as always from her front will lead. You can find him Emma com. New York MAG. SI's is the will lead show. You can find him pretty much everywhere on the internet. Just go on the internet and you will see, we'll Leach. You're writing something. So thanks for joining us buddy. I've in your computer right now. Thanks. All right, Richard. What he watching tonight we watch this week Mariners as all week. I got the Oakland Athletics all week versus the Mariners versus the Astros. I just wanna reinforce the as much fun to watch his. I think they are absolutely a couple of good pitching matchups tonight to Graham Jacob degrom. Aforementioned Jacob degrom Cy Young candidate with a six, seven record opposing Luis Severino in the Bronx? A makeup game there between the Mets and Yankees and later ten. Ten tonight giants? Dodgers Madison Bumgarner versus Clayton Kershaw. You could do worse. You could do a lot worse than that. So that's what I'll be better than that. Absolutely. All right. And it gets no better than the morning lineup. Podcasts might thanks to Richard Justice will Leach and dura producer. Marissa's Morris. We'll be back on Wednesday. Have a great day. Everybody..
Travis Scott Releases Statement on Cutting Amanda Lepore from 'Astroworld' Cover Art
"I thought I was like, we don't pander in facts. We pandering gossip, which is really the currency of the modern age. What's the word on the street, the word on the street is this amend of the poor. If you remember recently came out with them in warr. I believe it was in the last five years. And in that memoir she alleges that she either had a tryst with Kanye west or a affair with Connie west. Now, both of those words are very loaded. So I'm using one or the other. I don't want to say that it is like confirmed an affair or confirmed just a one off trust, but a lot of reports back in the day were circulating after she came out with this memoir and she was like, yeah, I hooked up with Konia west, blah, blah, blah. Of course, Connie west did not comment on this and the bulk of the news media round. It was insane. Transsexual Amanda. Lepore lying about Kanye west debt it up. But you know, I gotta say the New York, our world, which Connie wants to be a part of so bad. So bad loves Amanda. Lepore they live for me. I was gonna say, like the Konya gays and like the mayoral report fans. Yeah, it's close. It's one flat circle and the people that are. Zest with Amanda Lepore and her, you know, fashion aesthetic and people who like Connie west in the fashion world is literally have lots of people. And so it would make sense to me that they were running or are running in very similar circles. Because once you've gone to so many club nights and art scenes and fashion openings like you start meeting or seeing within, like, you know, New York MAGS, this is what happened in New York this week, ground up start seeing like the same cast of characters on you at this point. Like whether we like it or not is very high, like echelon and celebrity culture nowadays and like the circles they run, but we do. He is. Yeah, that stature. So we have to talk about in like that and it just it's just so you know, who's running around with of course, and it makes on test. If Amanda Lepore is telling the truth. And again, like I don't want to verify alleged rumors, but it was in her memoir and I really don't think that's something someone just makes up. However, I. I was reading some fashion, New Yorker t. on Twitter, which again is all alleged and it's messy bottoms trying to get back at each other for things that happened at the magilla archive like five years ago, but. So people were like, maybe it wasn't Trump is Scott that removed Amanda Lepore from the cover in was KANU west or Kim that asked Connie to remove mandala from the cover. And now do I think that is a reach? Absolutely. And do I believe anything that has to come up with the Kardashians? No. But does that kind of cross a few diagrams? I've been seeing recently just in the general cultural consciousness? Yes. And I can't dock Smith sources, but we won't. But when I think of a, he that alleges some things, yeah, we'll only want to say is, you know, since when is the person who claims to be with celebrity does also celebrity, they're not lying about that was the neat. I was saying, what are you saying right now? It's like respecting in tongues to me. There. Like you're trying not yet suit and I get it but like, jeez, and we're trying to be created statement, took me down. I wasn't expecting well. Yeah. Also, this is no people never end. Yeah, I was going to say, we're going down a dangerous road. We don't need to, but I will say that if you think Amanda Lepore sleeping with Kanye west is the craziest thing you've ever heard, then you've really never been to New York and you'd really never met men that sleep with trans women. So anyways, that is that's how that I also want to kind of talk about. Another interesting celebrity byline. I read this week, so Chloe merits famous for being a meme of about. I know torso in long legs. Falesa game on. He's on the internet or has corrupted my mind. I'm just in a, I bought that just feed information to and they're like, is this car? And I'm like. Yes, I think longer existed than celebrity stratosphere..
"new york mag" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"David SIMS. This is blank check with day. Great about photography director of massive successor on their careers and giving a series blank checks, make whatever crazy passion products they want. And sometimes those checks clear and sometimes they. They storm maybe. Okay. They freeze over. Get electrocuted. Huge triggering. Macer is on the films of angrily. It's called broke Bodman, Kim. Sure, rolls off the tongue or it's fun because our guests never know what the podcast is called. Yes, and this is my conditional favourite of his films. Yeah, it's up there for me. It is my favorite of his films that doesn't star a marvel superhero. Right? That just features textually. Yeah. It's called the ice storm. This is probably the second best. Fantastic for movie ever made had that. I was just going to say it was the best one. Incredible. I know you're not incredible. So. I like the incredible 's. Okay. It's just like the crazy the most Randy in of all of them. So I like that movie, fine. I mean, look at this point we dug into, we've we raked over these coals. We do 'em we came to no conclusions. Photography is confusing because he is a perplexing public figures a textual Gordian on. That's what are your Bank check bingos I'm trying to reestablish the terms. I want people to get big bingo scores. But this is the ice storm is nineteen Ninety-seven masterpiece. It's fantastic movie. It's a phenomenal film and represents an interesting point has career. Okay. I would argue go on. It's it's not a Dow's first American film really fully American. Yeah, right. It's also the first film he wanted to make after the father nece best trilogy. Oh, interesting. Got hired essentially, to make sense and sensibility. Yeah. So he had this one already cooking. Look, this movie opened some doors for him. He was able to make this movie because some doors that were opened by his previous work, but our guest on the show today, this movie was a big door opener for her. Smoothie changed my life man as movie fucking change. Your life played this movie with candles. Your life. I gave you set of headphones. Listened to the ice into the ice of just just the audio. You're sad, oboe some some, some mournful flutes. Hi guys, you know, that is it's the mother blankets for cell host of Nikoil Emily sheet as back in the studio. Hello. Thank you for having me back. I feel like I was just on but, but not really not in podcast time in real time, it's fifteen minutes since the last episode you record it. Yeah. But look at your Wikipedia about six months. Oh yeah. The guys, Wikipedia. This is like a relatively new discovery for me. You didn't create this. Neither did really no. Spent y'all your your spare time that you have. Greeting Wickham pedia about your own podcast. No, it's incredible. It's my first Wikipedia page and I'm aware page that I'm aware of base on it, but I want to. I don't wanna do something this petty, and yet I do want to have the picture replaced. Ooh. Do you have you want? Or is that a Steph photo that I just got from New York MAG? My my, my place of employees and I, I feel like it would be a more appropriate picture to have on. 'cause I look great podcast ready and the picture. Whereas that one I'm like on vacation in Berlin, and I look really chill, and that's like not my pocket. So it's more that the new picture is so app for the entry rather than the old picture is like, I have like there's your own. All the time that I hate. It was a Twitter, avatar, Twitter, Twitter, avatar. I've been meaning to change it for a long time because my hair hasn't looked like that for over a year. But yeah, whatever. It's fine also this, some of our guests on the show have said that their Wicky entries for the blank check with yard better than their own professional like bio. It's love to love to know what that's like. Add love to have my. Oh, you mean like a.