14 Burst results for "Nylon Magazine"

"nylon magazine" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"nylon magazine" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

"Now i just want a out about pathological liars because diapers to the fact that we all that we lit up when you said pathological and had examples ready. Yeah let's die together. Hi and welcome to taking out a podcast. That is 'gate-keeping drake from the lesbian community. You're welcome i'm caroline. Bear she a. I'm melody cumali. And today we're taking out with writers. Zoe whittall about the queer lick community. And i'm just gonna go ahead and say we can keep drake from that too okay. He doesn't belong. No skram couple of announcements we are still hosting these alward. Watch parties at henrietta hudson's every friday so do check those out. Come see us there. We're having the time of our lives. Also if you could please rate and review us on apple podcast five stars. If you're nasty a little blurb of a review goes a long way and really helps people find us and we're just trying to collect queers for our advancement of the gay agenda. Help us out joined the army. Yes and you know. We've taken a some some big strides in terms of advancing the agenda for our community. I would say that our rosie episode got a lot of straits into the fold. We had a lot of straight people listening. Yeah if you came back for another episode if you want us to even think of considering you as an ally you better rate us five stars and review we also wanna thank everybody for all of your kind words We had a lot of people saying that they were crying. Tears of joy for us while listening to the rosiak. It means a lot. We felt the love. We felt the support especially for everyone. Who was there from the star and knows everything that went into this wild wild journey to get to our convoy with ro our new. Bff it happened. Where do we go from here. I'm excited to find out. Isn't it crazy that now. I'm gonna throw people with rosie o'donnell on record from rosie o'donnell oh to row guys row. You're on that kind of back to normal business melody. What's the thing you did this week. Hands down has to be getting a over to our astrology and tarot session a few days ago. I think nothing is clearer than astrology. Lately and i've always you know we hear joking about being capricorn but like i don't actually know that much and what i do know is like probably false because it's all from mean pages and actually i talked to this astrologer about how much they hate mean pages and actually. I was at the beach the next day with david odyssey. He's a journalist performer. He is also an astrologer for nylon magazine. And he said the same thing he says he actually mutes people on instagram. Who post anything from these mean pages. He says they're false. There's so much more nuance to it. And i learned that in my session. I booked to this with her name. Is kristen rand. You can find her on instagram at goodrich momma. She has the best energy at anyone ever. I originally met her years back at a comedy festival. She is so good at terro. She really tells a story with it everything. She told me about my char and things. I like might not connect with when it comes to capricorn. She was telling me all this before. I could even tell her you know she would just like read. My chart speak for ten minutes and kind of stop and be like how does that resonate..

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"nylon magazine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:35 min | 3 months ago

"nylon magazine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"A tick but So around the same time. Nineteen debut album comes out and she does. A tour called an evening with adele begin may two thousand eight and ended in june two thousand nine fairly successful tour Did did really well however She cancelled a lot of the two thousand eight. Us dates on tour to be with her former boyfriend In june two thousand nine issue of nylon magazine. She said quote. I'm like. I can't believe i did that. It seems so ungrateful. I was drinking far too much and that was kind of the basis for my of my relationship with this boy. I couldn't bear to be without him so i was like well. I'll just cancel my stuff. Then i'll cancel my world tour to be with this guy who's sh nineteen something. Nineteen you get love struck and it gets in the way apparently but it. It almost killed her. Us success it was. It was so devastating to what how successful she has been since then in the. Us did it. Could've it could've absolutely crippled that. But she had a very successful appearance on saturday night. Live in late two thousand eight and it gave her a huge boost highest ratings for the show in seventeen years the two thousand nine grammy awards. She went awards for best new artist and best female pop vocal performance for nineteen and best won awards. Not grammy's but at one awards for the best jazz album as well It went to number four in the states number one in the uk and in the highest. Accolade that you can imagine at the time. According to beyond say she said it influenced her next album so that has to be high praise right because who runs the world girls exactly but we aren't here to talk about nineteen though are we so do want to say though. Del obviously went on after this to be very successful. I think cover her. Success is before we jump back into twenty one quick. They're quite extensive. Oh yes she sold over one hundred and twenty million records white Making her one of the best selling musicians of all time depending on the numbers ego with it is somewhat. It'd definitely top twenty. It's somewhere between seventeen and eleven. She's one fifteen grammy awards. She's one nine brit awards fifteen. She wanted academy award a golden globe and brit award for the single of the year for the theme song to the james bond film sky fall which he co wrote and performed billboard ours artist of the year in twenty eleven twenty twelve. Am to two thousand sixteen. She was named songwriter of the year by the british academy of songwriters composers and authors twice in two thousand twelve in two thousand sixteen twenty twelve. She was listed as number five on. Vh one's one hundred greatest women in music and time magazine named her one of the most influential women in the work world in twenty twenty one and observed twenty twelve and twenty sixteen. That's insane that is bonkers and this is i mean you got to remember too. She's not thirty. Yes she's she's it at issue just now thirty. I think she's just this year turning thirty. That's insane eight. No so she's thirty. Three thirty three zero. Sorry but still. Yeah good lord. She still got forty years. Forty solid years left rate. Turn out some records. That's nutsy have more about no. Let's go and let's talk about. This album does twenty one. Yeah released on january twenty fourth twenty eleven as defined as a sleeper hit Because apparently the record company that She was with xl which was an independent record label which they basking in the cash. I'm sure Had fairly modest expectations for the record. That statement alone is a bit surprising because last album won grammys. Yeah sold several million copies. Like i mentioned and she was poised for really great things so they call it a sleeper. I copied this next part directly from the internet. Because when i read it i was shocked. I mean i knew it was a mega hit. But i had no idea really. Just how big it really was. So this next part. It topped record charts in more than thirty countries and became the world's best selling album of the year for both twenty eleven and twenty twelve helping revitalize the lagging sales of the global music industry in the united kingdom. It is the best selling album the twenty first century the second best selling album of all time and the best selling album by a solo artist of all time while it's twenty three week tenure atop the uk album charts is the longest by female solo artist in the united states. The album helped position for twenty four weeks longer than any other album. Since nineteen eighty five and the longest by a female solo artist in billboard two hundred history it was certified diamond by the recording industry association of america indicating ten million units recorded sold in the us in addition three of the five singles released in its promotion rolling in the deep. Someone like you and set fire to the rain. Became international number one songs while rumor has it charted in the top twenty in countries across europe north america with sales of over thirty one million copies worldwide. Twenty one is the best selling album of the twenty first century and one of the best selling homes of all time. Oh yeah i mean. Take a moment to digest that for a second. This record is more or less credited for saving the music industry for the time being at least Before the ubiquitous -ness of streaming and the availability of free music on youtube. The industry was suffering. You know suffering for names and quality and she provided both People seem to think that this was the harbinger of things to come. statements like this seem to indicate that thought process there are two approaches to the To the business of being noticed by today's record buying public the first revolves around oodles of hype and ever more preposterous wardrobe selections. The second requires the confidence to let your music do the talking amazingly given preconceived notions about america's supposed preference for style over substance. It is the second of these two sales techniques which appear to be working better or this one. Twenty-one appealed to baby boomers nostalgic for etta james carole king and dusty in memphis. It also appealed to teen struggling with the first thing of heartbreak hipsters. Who missed amy. Wine-house traditionalist weary of synthesizers and vocal effects and non pop fans who simply found it refreshing to hear a singer belt out her blues with conviction by singing. Almost exclusively about relationship gone wrong. Adele made songs that anyone could identify with. Twenty one wasn't niche marketed. Who was made for everyone. And everyone listened. Oh yeah a lot of people. Consider this album to be the beginning of the paid digital music era Because before this you could buy digital music but most people were just bootlegging it. Most people were getting it off napster and Like lime wire and illegal websites and things like that. This is kind of the turning point for that because it is still a little bit like you said it's a little bit before streaming. It's not quite there yet but this was one of the first albums to do phenomenally well with online digital only sales and obviously they were physical versions of this album as well but it did amazingly. Well yeah did then. I agree that all of those things are true. But i feel like unfortunately i don't think it lasted no because right now ten years after its release. Everything is niche marketed. Now and music for the most part and there are some exceptions is just as boring as it was before adele came on the scene and i would like to think that i speak for a lot of people when i say. When is your next record coming out because i think that's severely lacking right now. Is someone with that power like to to kinda take the music industry by.

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"nylon magazine" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

06:46 min | 4 months ago

"nylon magazine" Discussed on Gun Talk

"When you're looking for a holster it can be dizzying. Array of choices will today on the show. We've got chad to scientists from santa's holsters. I mean they actually have five thousand different models of holsters. But he's going to help us. Sort it out. Hey welcome in a gun talk nation. Today we've got mr chad to santa's chad to santa's gun hide gun leather. I don't know what you know. Yeah works yeah. So i have a question for you right off the bat which is going to jump right into it. We were talking about weird guns. That people want holsters for or an aunt. It does it sort of seems to like ebb and flow over the years of like. And you said there's one recently that all the sudden people were asking for every single show without fail. I always get somebody coming up to me and ask me to make a whole further nineteen. Oh eight you're nineteen o eight. This is the precursor to the nineteen. Eleven john browning gun because you know everybody's carrying nine thousand nine hundred around. Of course i mean it makes sense. It's small it's compact. It's whatever we want. I mean well and probably i guess those guys and maybe perhaps owners of other guns. I mean hard to find a holster for maybe absolutely so i mean you guys make you make holsters you make stuff. You make leather stuff you make belts. What else do you guys make. So i mean we make a wide variety. We have the main the main things we make are made. I'll be there weather kodak's Swayed laurie also have a nylon products. i mean we make holsters belts and we make it. You know we have the The police duty self so we make handcuffed pouches shine holders glove pouches everything that you think you can think of. We make i make. I make pockets. I make things to hold things pretty much stuff to hold our stuff. Anything that you need to put on your belt. We have yeah pretty much. Yeah it is kind of wild When you think about like law enforcement there belts. I i sometimes look and go god. They have a lot of stuff on absolutely there are local so for my local county they required The cops the cops to hold three extra magazines so we then but they're also they also have zero room so we had to. I mean there's only so many inches belt so we had to redesign the magazine pouch in order for them to carry that extra the extra magazine. Yeah because you've got a taser you've got handcuffs you've got a light you've got everything and at some point. They were just running out of room. Yeah she's them. And you think about concealed guy. No and i'll admit to it and i know other guys out there like this when you you carry all day and a lot of times you feel like man kind of good good to get this thing off and put it away even if it's if if it is not a bad setup if you've got a good belt and a good holster which makes a big difference but even you know you're wearing it for twelve hours you like. Oh get home and like ready to take this off. I can't imagine for those guys on a shift of ten twelve hours. And you're on okay. Let me take off this twenty five pounds of easily enough. Yeah no and then you like as as you take off the gun and then you just you probably take off the belt. Yeah so what makes what do people need to look for in holsters because god there's so many different holster companies so many different styles of holsters. And we we often joke that. If you carry you end up with a box of holsters absolutely you looking for the perfect thing. And that's the that's the one thing that every gun owner knows is the fact that they have you know for each one gun. They'll have a giant box of holsters just in their closet. Yes i tried it for a week. It didn't like it and then they just they moved on to the next one. Yeah hey for me. I got hold factory fault on. I'm scared but there's so many things to look for it's really it's it comes down to personal preferences but there's gotta be a couple of things that are like no goes a couple things that we see out there in the world of holsters that you go this is this is no good this particular feature or thing that it does or doesn't do i mean there's so i mean there's so many things that i know that i see my brother sees that we like we'll take a f- take a photo we'll take. We'll see a photo that they use for reagan article in there like you just see like the worst nylon magazine thing that ever that ever existed. I and i don't want to disparage like other companies on anybody but just in general for instance holsters that don't cover the trigger guard. Cover the trigger well to me. That's just like a no no kind of like rule number one of a holster most there. There's certain things like for all of our wholesalers. We don't care. We don't cover the magazine release because there's just enough sometimes. There's just enough pressure. Maybe it's hurting. You're turning moving. You're saying you cover it or you don't come. We do not cover it okay. Just because we don't want the material to be squashing them the magazines or to release it. We don't want that. Yeah the worst thing is like you sit down and all sending your mag pops out like all right. Well now i gotta deal with that. That's that's a good point and that's that comes from experience absolutely no. We've we've seen we've seen enough and there's there's so many little things that i know Back so my dad started the company back in nineteen seventy two. The first thing he did was instead of using cotton red which was the prevailing us. For in holzer's he switched to nylon thread which was much stronger and instantly became probably within a few years. That insult became like the industry standard. Really yeah so you know. There's there's a little things you got to look for in terms of like the make quality but once again it's every single person's gonna have their own like oh they design their. They'll deal with the fact that you know the on the kayak set edges sharp. I'll have to deal with it. There's and there's preferences certainly One thing that i've seen on either very thin it'll even happen on kodak's very thin codex or or certain types of leather is when you draw the gun holster closes on itself especially on like an inside the waistband situation which can be. I mean somewhere between kind of annoying and really problematic because you can't holster the gun with one hand. Yeah i mean that's why a lot of good weather hoses you'll see you have a memory band top to keep it open Almost codex shouldn't collapse..

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"nylon magazine" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"nylon magazine" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Talking to our listeners. I'm social media right now. Twitter and book face and tube of use, And there will be an after show today is to join me on social media now that the pandemic is over music festivals or coming back. Which means we're just weeks away for some liberal blogger publishing a viral article at Huffingtonpost or Slater Salon or Mother Jones. What's another website? That jackass is? Look at you know, one of those websites is going to write an article about why white girls wearing Native American headbands that arcade fire concert is toxic, type it up Publishing. It goes viral. Why it's problematic when white girls dressed like Japanese, Hera's you girls and attend Lollapalooza wherever they're going to go monorail. I know it sounds stupid, but it's pretty much happened every year for the past decade and a half right up until the pandemic When festivals like Bonnaroo and Coachella and Lollapalooza were canceled. Could you imagine? Being upset because someone you've never met before chose to wear feathers to Iraq Concert. That's the world that you live in. How do I know that we have climbed? The hierarchy of needs is a society because people have this toe worry about. That's how I know. This is a real thing that used to happen a lot before Cove it before the Communist virus. Now it's back. They have a word for it to cultural appropriation. We we we've pull over. Pull over the called Paul. Our the Cultural appropriation place. We're coming after you. Excuse me, sir, are you Ah Are you wearing a sombrero on sink out of my own? Yeah, that's problematic. You can't do that. It's never not Everyone is buying this fake victim of nonsense. Some people don't actually believe that other people's clothing effects them that much. In fact, sometimes wisdom comes from unexpected places. Very rarely. Do you expect pop stars to understand more about culture and politics than the overpaid pundits that you see on cable news channels, but it's been known to happen. Highly example just published a report explaining how someone for pop culture that everybody listening to me is probably heard of before in America has probably has just schooled the media on an indisputable fact. Here's the fact. Cultural appropriation and cultural appreciate appreciation are not the same thing. You know, recently said that when Stefani what squints to find his boyfriend's name, he's on him. X factor. The voice He's on the lake chosen Blake Shelton. Thank you very much. Blake Shelton's girlfriend for those you country music fans who are confused right now. Gwen Stefani was an alternative rock star in the nineties, She was in a scar band. And then, of course, she became a pop star and did hip hop music with for al and stuff. And so these attacks against Gwen Stefani or actually not knew about 15 years ago before anybody talked about micro aggressions and cultural appropriation. It was the same year that the TV show the office heir to an episode called Diversity, Day and Way Long Before Black Lives Matter existed. Comedian Margaret Show published an article accusing Gwen Stefani of cultural Appropriation. Mark Mark. It shows career. It kind of fizzled and then dwindle. You know, it's just like funny Asian girl. Let's give her a sitcom, and then the sitcom sucked. So after people realize she wasn't funny, she had to figure out something else to do so she became a Far left nut job, basically, and now it turns out 15. Years later, Gwen Stefani has just decided to defend herself against Margaret Cho's article, her article unleashed a wave of disapproval. Meaning it's this isn't the first time Stefani's fielded criticism for her entertainment decisions. The blowback came from a couple things she wears a Hindu dot on her forehead. When she performed sometimes, and she also had something called a dance troupe before Japanese American backup dancers called the Hera Juku girls, and they toured around with her and they did music videos and merchandise in action figures. This was very upsetting to people that don't have real problems to worry about. Time magazine called it extremely racist. That was back in 2014 and Nylon magazine did a hit piece on it, and so on and so forth, and about each other liberal news rags that you don't read all were very upset by the fact that Gwen Stefani Liked having Japanese backup dancers. That was a really big deal. Now Gwen Stefani actually defended herself. She says her her fascination with all things Japanese. Came from her father back in the 19 seventies, Your dad would go on business trips to Japan and he would come home with Japanese stuff. And you know this fascination stock with her and motivated her to Ah, Make it a part of her performance years later. When she went on tour with no doubt during her solo album, So the conversation for really stop right there. Some woman was a fan of Japan and decided to appreciate Japanese culture in her art music. Unfortunately, the conversation does not stop right there. The artist motives should matter, but they don't Gwen Stefani's love of Japan and its culture love. She reiterates in the lyrics of one of her songs. Harajuku. Girls get wicked style and I don't listen to this music. I was just reading about it, she explains. The whole reason she's doing this is she's a fan of the culture, right? So the song is weird, but it isn't a mockery of Japanese culture. It's in a pre appreciation for it. So this is the point that Gwen Stefani's made this week in the news media. She says, appropriation in appreciation or different. Paired with cultural. It's a loaded term. It's one that Americans were obsessed with race love to use as an.

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"nylon magazine" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"nylon magazine" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"nylon magazine" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast

Sexy Unique Podcast

02:54 min | 8 months ago

"nylon magazine" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast

"Used as, dented and then use the Senate is true, and then presented presented as true, but presented as being like something so horrible and awful like you can't even like talk to someone about it's like fuck you fuck all of our literally the antithesis of rock and roll. Not rockers, that's not rock to me. Yeah being in rock and roll is like being open-minded and like accepting. All differences that's what I think rock and roll is and same. I can small-minded pea brains homophobic transphobic races and pig brain. That's all we're going to say about that long. Stay tuned. We have a great bonus episode where we discuss Sister Wives. So yeah just subscribe to the patreon so you can get a little load of that wage. Yeah, I get a hot load of Our Sister Wives discussion by going to patreon.com sexy unique podcast home. And yeah follow Alara Lars Marie valkaria Cario subscribe to the Pod. You know, what if you haven't rated the Pod give up Stars we deserve it. That'd be really nice. That'd be all we had a we had a great we had a shout out last week and nylon magazine as one of the best comedy podcasts of 20 21 off. My name wasn't my mom says I true but I still feel like I was part of it and I was excited carry-out guys wouldn't be what I was I was amazing. How long was you were assault you were a little bit salty. We have a boat music with I wasn't so I get it. It's it's it's it's your your child you start it. So I guess but I was just honestly I was just happy that the team was being recognized and I was happy for you and we were in really good company. So it was it was fun. It was hot. It was cool off and it bodes well for a great future and you're my number one hilarious guests. Thank you. I'm honored. I love you. Love you. And so glad that we get to go on this rollicking journey together on this rock and roll Journey on this rock and roll and it's crazy how strong Rock Falls am asking us for a chance to laugh with the Kerry O'Donnell Al's am asking for guys. Stay safe, or the art life Perfect Dark late and see you soon. 11:00 night..

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"nylon magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

Filipina on the Rise

04:46 min | 8 months ago

"nylon magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

"And i've always just had that creative. You know bug inside of me and wanting to to to make beautiful images and i feel like magazines where the ones that were really making those beautiful fantastical images. So as i was you know growing up and thinking more about what i wanna do. I knew i wanted to be a writer. But i didn't really focus on exactly what kind of writer and it wasn't until i went on a field trip to nylon magazine when i was a junior in college. I was seventeen years old. Probably that i really was like. Oh this is. This is an actual thing that i could do like. I could work at a magazine. I had no idea that was even possible. Because again a lot of what i grew up with and a lot of the messaging that i grew up with was your parents sacrificed everything to be here. You should pick a stable career. And you know pursue the american dream whatever that means and i think that watching my brothers pursue what their dreams were and they were not in the traditional against so called stable jobs of medicine or engineering or anything. Like that and my second older brother carl. He's actually. He was a tv producer and he pursued you know. Television is one of the hardest industries ever and so he produced A lot of shows for the animal planet and discovery and he worked there for a decade and ended up switching careers and becoming a computer engineer. And you know So he ended up going into engineering but different kind of engineering. And i think that watching others really pursue what they wanted to do because they were afforded that opportunity by growing up here in new york city. I think that is empowered. Me to also pursue what i wanted and you know magazines were were really just a way for me to escape. I always loved dressing up as a kid like whether it was when. I was like five years old and i love the spice girls. I would wear my hair like baby size. I would buy the platform sneakers. I would wear the little crop tops every time. I had a new idol. I would dress like them and just love. That like creat- creative expression. So i feel like fashion was like a really easy segway romy to to really pursue that creativity that i had just like waiting to come out. So yeah. that's that's how i got into magazines. My question for you is. Was there ever a time where you didn't feel supported in the path that you're choosing to take on because especially in the filipino community. And the.

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"nylon magazine" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club

Masters Podcast Club

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"nylon magazine" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club

"Why not see. If i can help ten thousand maybe ten million guys on a day if they have the same resource that i'm sharing here and i've just i've always been that way. You know if. I know something if i have something that could help someone to offer it. It's not hurting me. Anything it's helping you know. And so that's sort of the men's room came from our just put a whole bunch of things that barbara should know and could provide for their customers will just our listeners. Know is not just everyday guy who is coming to your website. For information you're also been an onsite grooming expert at ditties annual fourth of july white party for jordan celebrity golf tournaments. You know so. You've been featured in men's health details nylon magazine. The style network. Mtv martha stewart living radio. So it's obviously is expanded. You really built this brand in such a. I mean ten years is pretty short. Yes it is which is kind of interesting because a lot of young people in the industry. Oh they want to do it in a year with within a year. They want to have their name famous in the lights. And and doing ditties hair right. Exactly yeah and i think you know what was able to keep me at peace with Leaving banking business to doing what. I'm currently doing now. Is that when you do something you love. The money will come and when you're passionate about it opportunities will find you and i think that i didn't go out at all with this vision of where i was going to be. That house even going to be craig the barber or anything of that nature. I just went into just really cher and really be passionate about something that i wanted to do. And you know one of the biggest challenges that i had. When i left the banking business to become a barber at one point in time i really struggled with people asking me. Oh what do you do. I struggle with that. Because i grew up all my life. All you have to go to school. You have to be this dr lori this blah blah blah. You have to be successful in xyz and along the line there was never any category of. Oh you should be this barber or you should be this hairstyles. You should be whoever and so in my mind. I was somewhat ashamed. That i left this corporate world title to become what people would look at it as this lowly barbara so to speak and so for a long time. I said that People would ask me. Who what i did and i would just kind of casually salema barbara and before you know what my wife noticed that i was a little bit ashamed about it or just really embarrassed about. Because then the next person's reaction would be. Oh okay so what we have for dinner tonight. You know it was nothing else and so my wife decided this to help me and say slap you know not only that but she would help me in the conversation say. Oh he's a banker turn barber and that created such an amazing conversation about following a dream of following a passionate and so when i saw that i said oh man i could share this i can share this and i have the confidence in telling people that you know. What don't be afraid to follow your dreams. Follow your passions. And so that's what i've been able to keep in my heart and with that. These opportunities have come my way with the ability to continue to share a little momentum. I need to share. Who i am and why i am interested in what you were talking about how i mean as human beings. We are so multifaceted right. You and i had a thirty minute conversation before..

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"nylon magazine" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"nylon magazine" Discussed on Daily Pop

"The sex. And the city reboot plus. Do you remember this iconic look from brittany and just guess what. It's been twenty years since we saw that and it got us thinking. What would life be like if these two stayed together. We're going to have some fun. Next shady he is now at. It wasn't my idea. Welcome back daily pod. Hollywood minute is starting out with some breaking news. And it's sadness today. Siegfried fishbachur up. The legendary duo siegfried and roy has died. After battling pancreatic cancer siegfried. And roy. Where las vegas legends and had been audience for fifty years with their magic acts. Roy died last. May from covid. Nineteen siegfried was eighty. One years old. Sarah jessica parker is clearing the air about sex and the city show for those wondering. If they're going to recast. Kim control samantha have no fear s j. p. says they are not looking to create a force character the new series called and just like that will instead look at new characters. Okay there's more announcements to be made. Perhaps there should be an insecure crossover Hbo has announced that season. Five of insecure will be its last co creator and star isa ray think. The show's audience for its tremendous support. A lot of fans are super sad to see this. Show go away just in. What do you think about ending. are you sad. You know what. I'm happy that they they're ending on a high note but i'm also happy that they're leaving the door open. This show could come back before in five years down the road and catch up with all these cast members and audiences would be here for it. So i don't think it's going to be the last okay. Yeah it's so huge and so popular wouldn't be surprised as well that comes back in another way. Okay time for pop of love okay. Can you believe it's been twenty years and just brady may pop culture history and their matching outfits at the american music awards at it has been like the top couples halloween costume ever since then Nylon magazine posted this photo of the nostalgic moment in brittany sister. Jamie lynn commented. my parents. divorce is hard by the way. I know the person who had this made his name. Is eric rudy. He was the stylus on this. And i know in his mind he was like. We're gonna make history. We're gonna wear this. Those were not supposed to be the costumes at night l. Really that was not part of the plan. He probably got little champagne. Had like rica idea. Got a seamstress and made these himself amazing they really are amazing like they don't even look dated to me for some reason like i feel denim always makes a revival and still that had. I don't know i just i. I will before the hat. The hat could go the rest. Okay but got us wandering lead would be like these to actually stayed a couple okay. So we're gonna throw out some scenarios and let me know if you could see this ever happening. I could use them. Having a bunch of kids like bradley angelina did just to not like as many. I think they'd have to kids. If they stay together i agree. I go to and just for the record of these ever did stay together. I think it would have been the most hot mess of a relationship in the whole entire world. Would they grew.

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"nylon magazine" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"nylon magazine" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Lifetime. Then jason momoa is revealing. Why her absolute. He is absolutely terrified of his wife. Elizabeth we have lots to discuss when we come back donnels. Megan fox is calling her romance with machine gun. Kelly a once in a lifetime thing and says their intensity is so powerful. She has no choice but to surrender to it. Wow months nylon magazine. Megan also reveals that she never tries to control him instead. It's more what he looks to me to avoid his own self destructive tendencies and. That's where i'm useful. Because on his own and left to his own devices. I don't know how much interest he was in caring for himself. Oh by god sessions. Mary fitted nancy of these two. Jesus very involved okay. Let's not forget she's still technically married. You're the shady shadiest tree in the forest. Just wanted to make sure we cleared the air so for the full conversation whenever i'm not there but the force field i feel between the two is morning. I'm enjoying christmas day yesterday. Don't you worry security. it's okay. I will say. I like a complicated man because it's never boring. I don't light when that person wants to bring the chaos into our relationship. And i will say reading between the lines because i did not coming down on megan fox at all because i think a lot of people have been this person and probably still this person. We like a man would complications so people can tell us. He's such a better person whenever he's with you you make him the man he supposed to be you save. We love to save. Oh how much pressure. Though saving i really. I'm not into the complicated. I want somebody just normal and nice and helps me make coffee in the morning. I can't deal with all that. I'm just too old jordan's tacos for you. Yesterday they look delicious cooks every night. I know that's amazing. So here's the thing. I have a friend who always wanted to date the kind of guy that you felt like you had to save. And you've eventually get sick of that pattern right out of it. Yeah you grew out of it. It's fun at first. Because you're right. There's like a rewarding kind of mothering. Feeling about that like you can really brought this out in this person and you've really improved their life but after a while it gets drainings the person is like how she's saying would be self destructive on his own with her there. I mean i wish them all the best that definitely sounds like a fiery hot love that they have going on but if he doesn't he doesn't look a little bit she will get sick of that. I think it will implode. Would you say what's your friend's name clarisa. She's now she's happily married thousand. I won't call out our business but but yeah. I think that you do that for a while. And then after a while. You're kind of like you know what i once. When i don't have to take care of all the time so let's not even forget. I mean she has three children of her own. So i think right now that they're in a really good balance and i think they really were meant to be together and they love each other and what you said. Chris i think is one hundred percent correct like that is a lustful dynamic these. You're having a lot of fun right now. But i think he probably is at the end of the day. He's like you know in designer clothes going to every single he's not like this like grungy rockstars like a few years ago like he's kind of drinking that kool aid right now and stable. Sex is not fun. Say no one likes stable saying okay. Well do wish the mob the best okay. So don't jason mauer's looks deceive you the cash. Just a big ole softy. In the december issue of men's health out november twenty four. Th game of thrones star and midst. Lisa bonet is the queen of his universe. Says i may look big and tough. But i'm not cow drago. I'm not even the king of my own house. I'm absolutely terrified of life. Jason goes on to gush about lisa throughout the entire interview It's true though what did run the house. Women run the house one hundred percent. No matter what i feel like. Men are always scared by their women. They're always like wondering if they're going to be upset about something at least a good man if he's not concerned about his woman or how she feels at all. Then he's kind of an asshole anyway. So i like that. He said this. I think this is very accurate. Probably the one hundred percent. I think that women are geniuses when they can tap into that superpower of making a man think they know what they want. You know what i mean. Like for instance. Did this whole thing which i admire you for where you were like. I'm just waiting for shannon to go pick out a suv. Meanwhile you had already in his ass told him what color trim and model to get. He did a great job and he did a great job because you made him think he knew would suv. Wanted you know israel. He did it all on his I take no credit for it. He did a great job. But that's what i wish i had. I don't have that. Because i am not a lady but women are really good at doing that. And it's like when they figure it out when they figure out that men are really simple. We're such a simple species that all you gotta do is try to jeddah triggers. And we're going to marry you're in a relationship. Are you the man of the household or not depends on what that other person needs. Because i don't need to fill it in my relationships..

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Megan Fox Says She and Machine Gun Kelly Have a 'Once in a Lifetime' Connection of 'Mythic Proportions'

Daily Pop

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Megan Fox Says She and Machine Gun Kelly Have a 'Once in a Lifetime' Connection of 'Mythic Proportions'

"Megan fox is calling her romance with machine gun. Kelly a once in a lifetime thing and says their intensity is so powerful. She has no choice but to surrender to it. Wow months nylon magazine. Megan also reveals that she never tries to control him instead. It's more what he looks to me to avoid his own self destructive tendencies and. That's where i'm useful. Because on his own and left to his own devices. I don't know how much interest he was in caring for himself.

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"nylon magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"nylon magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Fair. We were so buzz that native remember Completely different stories. And then we meet this group of random stayed strangers and we are on top. I'll say the food building in those metal tables sited rained or something thing. And we're damn mean Dani. Trying to make sense of our D A very different story was really did happen that night. Right there. That's where we literally dead. Run up to try to catch Daniel Tucker and we missed it the whole concert way. Don't just miss anything. We missed the entire performance by here, so people were walking back. And then we just I don't know. We said Let's all sing Delta Dawn because we know that you got up on the tables and we're screaming at Ah, but very well. I'm sure our mind way were fantastic. But it was so funny tagging the next scene and we didn't know we didn't. Yes, we didn't know Miley. Really? No, it's very memories. They're like conversations. Very different recollection. You just reverse it. And you both will have a different member eyes. Nice here. Danny's voice. Yeah, really. He doesn't miss the fair. He doesn't miss us. No, I know anyone hate to dog about Dallas waves. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah, He's very happy. Okay? You know, I'm feeling bad for Is and feeling just some sympathy for my for my For my Lily Reinhardt, please Betty on Riverdale, because they have been They've gone back to Phil mean because Riverdale shut down mid stream right in mid march, like every other show, But you know, Riverdale is on the CW. They do 20 to 24 episodes. I mean, they are like old school television. Noah's farce in 10 18 hour days every day, so Vin Diesel roll kind six days around, and she and Cole Sprouse, who plays Jughead broke up and he took an instagram last week to just say, basically promote her no movie that Netflix or something, but basically just say we broke up in January, and then we really broke up in March. So it just totally I know he dumped her, right. So she went back to the set. All of them have gone back out of the set and on and they worked together. Yes, and a for the odd go quarantined. Weeks, and she giving an interview to Nylon magazine, she said. I genuinely feel like a prisoner going back to work because they cannot leave Canada. That doesn't feel good. You can't go home for Thanksgiving. You can't visit your family. No one can come visit you unless you quarantine for two weeks. It just feels bleeped. Yeah, I'm lucky, but it's like I just need to keep going. I need to keep going. And then she talked about We're going to look so different. We stopped during the prom episodes have to fit back in their prom dress. Five months later, we're all going to be tan and maybe a little bit thicker. I know I am. And she's and she's gotta work with their ex boyfriend and watch and they have Betty and Jughead are involved on Riverdale. So they're in a relationship. Yes, so she's going to really have to put Oliver Queen skill to be taken to task by because she says, I feel like a prisoner. Was there been outraged about? No, I don't understand her. I think No, She's got a contract, and if they resume production, you have to go. You have to follow. All of this is anybody films anything is going to be because she has to be around the guy. She's crazy for her first major love. He's young. And I love Lisa lose weight to fit back into the old clothes for five months ago that stress would be something and then really not to be enabled, because she's only like 22. I think she's 24 0. She's 25 Camilla Mendez, who plays Veronica. She was on with Ryan and Kelly. But it was like an interview from like, two months ago, and she said when they resume filming after they finished this episode, I guess it's the prom episode It's going to the show is going to age. Forward five years. Okay, So we're all going to be playing our relay jizz instead of high school. Oh, wow. That'd be a relief. Yeah, not to look. Do you like the time? Jump idea? Oh, yeah, I'm fine with it. I think the way Yeah, I am. I just I've I've flipping love that show. I know you do over Dale. But I I feel for them doing could be so hard to go back and pretend news in time in this time and with your ex boyfriend who you were crazy for for years. Yes, Julia and the Cove it on top because she could normally like if she didn't have to film for a few days, she just get on home, Talley or wherever she is based, You know nobody but no, no. Now you're trapped. Well, that's what's happening in the embassy. That's what's happened in the hockey. That's what's happening in everyone's life. But yeah, and I just feel for him because I think it be so hard to work with someone you were so crazy for. I know someone else. I think that we're going to feel for and I think all three of us, I think, Holly, you watch this is Thea Paris Hilton documentary called. This is Paris And it comes on be on YouTube. September 14th Watch Ali totally and She, You know, we love we've loved her, and we'd love to poke fun at her. Also, we've jumped vote. That's but after you watch any little trailer of this or or any of the interview she's giving about what she divulge is in this documentary. Your heart is really going to break for her because We do know. Last week she, her parents, and she said I was a wild teenager. I would think out of the Waldorf. They lived in New York and go downtown to parties and drink and my parents were at their wit and kept sending me. The different, you know, boarding schools, situations but finally, like the fifth time that she broke The curfew or whatever the rules were the center to Provo, Utah, and I have a friend who always used to be there. For some reason, there's Utah has a lot of like, very strict boarding school. Military camping schools. Yeah, they're their time out there. Well, there's a lot of reasons. Some of them are the rules are a little lax out there. And, yeah, so there's a lot of there was Tom. There was a treatment retreat that, like Lindsay Lohan went T talking about like specific Early for high school Junior high where you send your in the kids away, too. To be brother pin lt could be broken basically till blank them and.

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"nylon magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"nylon magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Anyone hate to talk about Dallas wives? Yeah, yeah, yeah, He's very happy. Okay? You know, I'm feeling bad for is I'm feeling just some sympathy for mate for my Shut down mid stream right in mid march, like every other show, But you know, Riverdale is on the CW. They do 20 to 24 episodes. I mean, they are like old school television show is first in 18 hour days every day, seven days a roll kind six days around, and she and Cole Sprouse, who plays Jughead broke up, and he took an instagram last week to just say, basically promote her no movie that Netflix or something, but basically just say we broke up in January, and then we really broke up in March. So it just totally. I know he dumped her right, so she went back to the set. All of them have gone back to the set, and Andre worked together. Yes, and a for the odd go quarantine two weeks and she is giving an interview to Nylon magazine, she said. I genuinely feel like a prisoner. By going back to work because they cannot leave Canada. That doesn't feel good. You can't go home for Thanksgiving. You can't visit your family. No one can come visit you unless you quarantine for two weeks. It just feels bleeped. Well, I'm lucky, but it's like I just need to keep going. I need to keep going. And then she talked about. We're going to look so different. We stopped during the prom episode. He and Jughead are involved on Riverdale. So they're in a relationship. Yes. Oh, she's going to really have to put all of the action skill to be taken to task by because she says, I feel like a prisoner. Was there been outraged about? No, I don't understand her. I think. No, She's got a contract, and if they resume production, you have to go. You have to follow. All of this is anybody films anything is going to be because she has to be around the guy. She's crazy for her first major love. He's young. And I love this to lose weight to fit back into the old clothes for five months ago, that stress would be something and then really not to be enabled, because she's only like 22. I think she's 24 0. She's 25 Camilla Mendez, who plays Veronica. She was on with Ryan and Kelly. But it was like an interview from like, two months ago, and she said when they resume filming after they finished this episode, I guess it's the prom episode It's going to the show is going to age. Forward five years. Okay, So we're all going to be playing our relay jizz instead of high school. Oh, wow. That'll be a relief. Yeah, not to look. Do you like the time? Jump idea? Oh, yeah, I'm fine with it. I think the way Yeah, I am. I just I've I've flipping love that show. I know you do over Dale. But I I feel further. Do you think you'd be so hard to go back and pretty news in time in this time and with your ex boyfriend who you were crazy for for years. Yes, Julia and the Cove it on top because she could normally like if she didn't have to film for a few days, she just get on home, Talley or wherever she is based, You know nobody but no, no. Now you're trapped. Well, that's what's happening in the embassy. That's what's happened in the hockey. That's what's happening in everyone's life. But yeah, and I just feel for him because I think it be so hard to work with someone you were so crazy for. I know someone else They think that we're going to feel for And I think all three of us, I think, Holly, you watch. This is thie. Paris Hilton documentary called. This is Paris And it comes on be on YouTube. September 14th, Charlie totally and She, You know, we love we've loved her, and we'd love to poke fun at her. Also, we've jumped vote, but after you watch any little trailer of this or or any of the interview she's giving about what she divulge is in this documentary. Your heart is really going to break for her because We do know. Last week she, her parents, and she said I was a wild teenager. I would think out of the Waldorf. They lived in New York and go downtown to parties and drink and my parents were at their wit and kept sending me. Two different, you know, boarding schools, situations, but finally, like the fifth time that she broke The curfew or whatever the rules were the center to Provo, Utah, and I have a friend who always used to be there. For some reason, there's Utah has a lot of like, very strict boarding school. Military camp being schools. Yeah, they're their time out there. Well, there's a lot of reasons. Some of them are the rules are a little lax out there. And, yeah, so there's a lot of there was Tom. There was a treatment retreat that, like Lindsay Lohan went Teo was talking about like specific. Plea for high school Junior high where you send your in the kids away, too. To be brother pin lt could be broken basically blank.

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"nylon magazine" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show

The Chenese Lewis Show

13:29 min | 2 years ago

"nylon magazine" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show

"Today we have a very special guest. Leah V is an international social media influence or with over a a million views combined and a new author of unashamed musings a fat black Muslim she plays many roles as an educator her public speaker plus size model recipient of numerous awards and as an activist who's been featured by Buzzfeed Yahu Sibi S CBC Huffington Post Seventeen magazine and the New York Times in addition to land the national and international features. She's worked on projects with Adidas Polaroid Refinery Twenty Nine and Nylon magazine and we're so excited to speak with her today less welcome. Lia The show now we had some technical difficulties a little earlier but hopefully we can get her on the line clear. We have so much to talk about including her new new book. That's coming out very soon so we're going to try and see if we can get Leah on the line again. This is a live extremes so sometimes there's some glitches but always great content so I know as soon as she gets on the line is going to be an awesome interview so again. Leah's book is Unashamed Musings of a fat black Muslim and she is a published Arthur with a book deal so this is a very exciting for her and her brand and she do. You have a lot of exciting things going on that. WE'RE GONNA learn about today just going to get. You're a few minutes to call back in and while we are waiting for her. Make sure you're following this shows social media pages as I said we're on facebook twitter and instagram and we are on all of the podcasting APPs subscribe and rate on the podcasting APPS and when you subscribe you get a notification Asian every time there's a new show so you never miss an episode you might miss it with social media because of the Algorithm sometimes things is coming. Your news feeds and sometimes it doesn't but subscribing you get the notification right to your phone all right. I think we are ready to go. Leah Yeah all right so we are. We are back and we are excited to have Leah on the show. She has a lot of exciting things going on how you doing today Leeann. I'm doing that uh-huh so were you confident growing up. was that something you have to grow into as an adult yeah. I think that's something that I have to grow into as an adult when I was younger growing up in traits I was always always fide and also Muslim Islam- time where Muslims weren't really in the media like that nobody knew what was going on with my my job and so I very much but so self esteem issues and I did it the issues that last offer all types of things like this order and I'm self paid of my black my brown skin and it's something that doesn't have to go into as I've gotten older and kind of explore what is to be at that blockbuster living in America and how did being Muslim specifically play a role in your life where that will give you more more obstacles versus being Christian in America yeah so unfortunately right now. We're aware aware of marginalized. People are being attacked. not just most but typically the media has straight. US and be either TRUECAR's Chicago things easier terrorists or you are an oppressed Mormon and so the media constantly portray that you don't really get that big of a push of negativities with Christianity as much as you do bomb. I'm in the new and so allows the girl comes to me and thinks that I am those stereotypes and it's really difficult. Sometimes you're like we're all different on moving like less and less Malpensa Games but difficult thing of America and not even just America abroad as well 'cause like in Paris. They have her job banned for teeny band so yeah and you mentioned you're originally from Detroit now now. What made you relocate to New York. Was it for your career. Yes so Detroit is a very interesting place going to a lot of change in right now. I think that when the black when are black mayor you know he got arrested and tried indicted all those things you've been doing and we had a white mare take place and now we're seeing a lot of different changes not necessarily to the African American community there and the culture that it's so rich in Detroit I think the media again is portraying destroy to be like oh it's on the come up come up for certain kinds of people and and so black artists until I can no longer drive in Detroit and so I came to because it so effortlessly Elizabeth diverse here they also have infrastructure for what I do. and I've met turn our leaving her for like six months but I've met so many people that were never had access to Detroit so it was mostly for my brand. My brand my business. So how did you discover the plus science community initially and get get active so it was through Instagram as usual all kinds of identities English. I like that and my friend I had already had facebook. My friends like girl. You need to get on instagram. 'cause it's no it's stuff on there. I'm like I have facebook so oh I don't feel like I need that for and this was in two thousand what and team and finally got instagram and I tell the pond on behalf of five models and like my whole world chain we I've seen I picture like plus. I've black woman eh his killing it with Esi golden who actually got to meet this year in person. I've been a big fan of heard so many years and she's lobbied walk. This journey and from the Plus is vital Hashtag. I usually like following auto pounders activeness loggers influencers and they they hey drew showed me how to love your body loves about your now as you could have when he used to have back in the day and that honestly my so. Oh many possibilities of what it is to be fat black and Muslim in America and how to live my best life now. Did you have any obstacles trying to get sure branch off the ground as a model and blogger while being someone who dresses modestly. Oh Yeah for sure I still I I still come across those issues on even when when I get the game but it's definitely been a whirlwind of no because people unfortunately they can't see her what they're already doing. What's already popular and right now. We see I'm not furnish ain't nobody who does this but we see right now. It's like the set sail and I WANNA post Ludhiana pulse movies and I come in like hey. I'm a modest models. I'm also awesome. Here's the second team and so if I had a lot of old promotions put my own money into trying to do photo shoots in five years and sometimes just like your pool are seen and can I help you by you know allowing free tickets this right here in New York City. It's always always every day but anyway and so I came across a lot of people were like you'll never make it because you can't model allows right. You can't do Bikini. You can't do all this stuff you have when you're in your short get walker heels so oh you can't and I and I just kept making my own table goes along. These and people started with have respected that I would that break from own those and I guess companies and brands are seeing like Dang well okay. She got following seriously legend best in in her and so I'm so I'm so shocked. I'd get like a GIG or commercial. I'm like Oh wow you know it's amazing. I'm so humble by those experiences because because like I'm the only like visibly you know fat plus I so do you think your activism differs from the mainstream body positively or you think it's all the same I do think that course mccourty overlaps as you have the plus size models don't really do a activism they kinda showed their bodies and like I forums right there are other people who are just like accepting summer just like straight into positive were they might not need beat mainstream. There's so many different overlapping levels of the body positive I think what I personally table is another level of religion and finally that sometimes Mris and the movement so I wouldn't say I totally different because there are aspects I think that are really showing right now comes to wjr religion spirituality and culture now you are a new author your book unashamed musings of a fat Ed Black Muslims. It's coming out very soon and I tell us. Why did you even decide to write a book. Wow so yes. I'm very scared but I actually wrote. I'm before August social media stuff remodeling modeling going up like that for my faith. I've been a writer for a very long time and I found killing for my trauma and writing stories and and so it's actually my fourth book and support the first one you published and the reason why I wrote this memoir because honestly i. I wish my mom was very very mentally. Ill and the things we need our kids where I have to like this for many years. My father other would never ever this year and our you know role. I have two masters degrees but I was living in the House that I didn't really know that well. The luck turned out yeah okay situation but I was tired of people telling me what I couldn't use rational watch the and I- I angrily wrote this book and I saw my trauma and stories and my into into this looking three months and yeah ah turnout and so they liked it and they want to sell it so I am so did you have any reservations ends about revealing all of these personal things about your life to the world. Did you fear you. Were going to be judged yeah. You're and I'm GONNA be judged. I just actually talked to my agent in my sister. I'm like visit mistake. I don't want this anymore. Like this is something that I don't I don't like I don't think you can ever prepare when I wrote it. I never thought it was gonNA tells us that's number one because the publishing industry so hard to get into like Dave Dave because hundreds and thousands of every year as I never thought I was going to get a book deal and so right now. It's just like we have have to see what's going to happen with it because like all my business in there and a lot of people are gonNA be battling Moscow. The numbers are probably going to be angry and but end of the day these are my truth and if you if you let them get prominent that's amazing who don't. I can't make everyone like what I say. if you're comfortable by the book which allows you people are gonna be very uncomfortable businesses and there that's very raw and gritty that a lot of talk about a loud so. I think it's necessary..

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