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"oliver friends" Discussed on On Shuffle

On Shuffle

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on On Shuffle

"And now we're gonna actually the in the in the form of abby because time You know assad. From being like you know this nebulous concept on the show is represented on screen. As like you know a little game thingy clicker. Yeah it's a it's represented as a tv wrote like that you can rewind and skip for one point held by a little girl right like by the. Yeah yeah toyota. Yes yeah. I mean like i do get that like i. Time is supposed to be represented as this like constant equal equal and opposite reaction and turning it bureaucratic is like funny for like two episodes. Like it's very. But i mean like these are things that like. That's like i'd be like. I was charmed by the british was what i was talking about earlier is like hitchhikers guide to the galaxy. Does stuff like this better. Maybe you you know there are things that have done this better but it is cool. You know even even episodes of like star trek the next generation. That don't do it that well do it. Better than loki does frankly but i think the thing about tenant to me right is it at least like again. If you're introducing time travel is essential thing they need you need to have tension intention comes from the fact that the characters going okay. There's some time bullshit going on in this story and that's annoying. Or how are we going to overcome this. Because time is such an insubstantial and yet ubiquitous thing. Ray that's hard to get a handle on both conceptually and then literally. I think tenant is at least good at again. Making it feel like a dramatically potent force in a story whereas loki treats it like a christmas present. And i don't know. I think a lot like I remember years ago on the website. I wrote about the anime series. The melancholy of our racism. You which has really controversial arc in the second season called the endless eight where the animators and this is like not netflix style. Dump all episodes at once every week for a summer they aired an episode that was basically the same episode as the previous week but again and like reanimated. All the voice lines taken again. And you just have like week-to-week people watching the show going like wait but this episode that aired last week but also there are differences and it turns out to be some time travel bullshit. It's like the characters are basically stuck in a time loop right like one of the characters is playing godlike har- he is a god and she's obnoxious and she's unwitting about her own powers and she's basically caught herself in oliver friends in replaying their high school summer vacation or i forget what grade is but like their summer vacation over and over again until the character's realize what's going on eight weeks of re- like in real time realize what's going on and break out of the loop and to me like yeah. That was probably really annoying. If you watched that show for eight weeks in real time as a viewer and w- it would it's this bullshit. Why are they doing this to me. But it sort of gets to the idea of like. That's that's the dramatic stuff you can do with time. If you're gonna to do time hijinks right is. It shouldn't be that fun. It shouldn't be as fun and kind of trivial as loki makes it out to be h should be like haro. He's ismia or like tenant where it's just like. This sucks like how logistically like they focus a lot on tenant and like you need to change how you think right. I'm like dad. That should be the challenge for the characters but also as a viewer like. What are the puzzles that you can sort of introduced to me as a viewer..

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"oliver friends" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

"Don't tell people on twitter. Okay okay mom all right. So i'm not gonna nice people like garissa or marisa. I'm not going to troll. Kirkman on twitter. But i am going to say that on fills high recommendation and urging. I started trying to watch invincible this weekend. Oh yeah how. It's that i didn't like it. And i don't know if it's because it's animated and because right now. The only animated jam. I was rick and morty or c. n. We're liking the animated harley quinn series. Really he is hilarious and foul mouth and it's the girl from big bang. Oh i didn't watch big bang so oh but like the the actresses great She actually did are really cool. I think it was netflix. Hulu Like serious called the flight attendant She's a really really great actress. N like animated harley quinn. Who is snarky and can swear and it like it's better than birds of prey. It's better than yeah. It's it's probably some of the best harlequin out there. Okay so that doesn't really take us into housewives but it takes us in housewives. Have you seen the trailer for the new suicide squad i had. I think it actually looks good. But i am going to be one of those horrible people that oliver friends are going to hate on and say i didn't dislike the the suicide squad that was released a few years ago. I actually really kind of enjoyed it. i i didn't dislike it for the reasons that other people disliked it. I really really hated the affects the special effects surrounding in chanteuse and kind of that whole storyline but i liked the comedy that they added later on after Deadpool did so well they. They went back and reshot a bunch of scenes to kind of insert any. I didn't realize that Yeah because deadpool got an r rating and was you know had a bunch of dick and fart jokes. So they wouldn't add a bunch of you know crime jokes which were super funny. I liked them. But i do. I understand people's issue with it. You absolutely can see the you can kinda tell the difference. You know the shots that were just sort of edited in afterwards they. They sort of don't fit with the movie. But yeah. I like the original. I don't think that i am going to like the suicide squad riley..

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"oliver friends" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"She has four big sisters and they were all raised by their mom. Geneva reed who had her first baby when she was fifteen years old geneva and her children lived in a bad area it was dangerous they lived in poverty and it just wasn't a good place to live so geneva decided to move her family to dupage county which is west of chicago when sandra was nine years old back in the nineties when they moved there do page was only four percent black. It was a very quiet place uncomfortable. When sanger was around ten years old is she was always in church. The family attended the dupage. African methodist episcopal church. By the time. Sandra was thirteen years old. She was in the choir singing her little sold out. She was said to have such a great sense of humor. Her male friend from church named robert would tell silly grows teenage boy type of jokes all the time which she thought was hilarious. She attended willowbrook high school in villa park illinois graduated in two thousand five a teacher at the predominantly white school said. Sandy was super spunky. She was not going to let a single person run over her and she was going to tell you how it was coming from a white teacher. She said most of the white teachers weren't used to the way. Sandy was so outspoken. And feisty and this mainly white school sandra became a member of so many extra curricular activities. She was in the foreign language. Honor society. She was the only black cheerleader on the cheerleading squad and she joined the school and she played the trombone when she graduated. She received a marching band scholarship to prairie view and unm eighty in texas. The ban was called marching storm and the marching band was known for their amazing drumline while she was in texas attending prairie view. She was a sigma gamma rose. Sorority sister which is a historically black sorority. Oliver friends said she was such a strong woman. She confided in a few of them that she had epilepsy but they said she never complained or crowd about it for three years. She was a counselor in the summertime along with being in the marching band she also spent her freetown being a part of a senior citizens advocacy group. She got into counseling by assisting levonne moseley. He worked at prairie view with students from underprivileged families. Who had problems adapting to college. Levine was taken aback by sander's skill for counseling. Lavar turned into one of her greatest friends supporters and her mentor and two thousand nine. She got her degree. And what some call. Agriculture perry am calls it animal. Science after she graduated with her degree she went back to live in illinois. Because there wasn't much to offer in terms of jobs at that time with that degree that she had sourcing from the nation dot com unemployment that year dire for everyone. The recession badly hurt young college graduates but black grads had it worse especially black. Women are more than twice as likely to be unemployed. Men overall in twenty ten one in five african americans who just finished college couldn't get a job.

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"oliver friends" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

Pod Dirty to Me

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

"But what i what i take hormones. It's cushioning but so with our little like injection in your ass. You showed us that one time. Yeah the pallet every four remember. We're here feel. Like i had a hysterectomy when i was thirty five so tobel and they only have one ovary so to balance it out later in life when you get older. You don't go through menopause. They put to stroke in your body because women's bodies automatically going to produce a lot of estrogen so now it it makes you gives you energy makes you keeps your sex. Drive way up and burns fat yeah and it. Just dissolves little little over long red bull stuck with a permanent. Like a baby viagra. Really people who still have their ovaries you could do. You could take testosterone. You can get testosterone cream. Yeah you can get a shot in your right kelly. Oh i've done. That wants good memories sean. I don't i don't think of other forget fucking elephant when it comes. Avi remember about me. I still smell those city. Wash my face to face motorboat incident. It's in the beer eighteen. It's all in the same after the accident. We did quick questions everything that was a. That was a nice buzz night. It was funny to be conservative about in terms. Like your little pussy like get in there. Oh yeah you you did more of that titties. Yeah well then. Unfortunately my celibacy forbade me from motor motor-boating. You missed out. I saw i was like man. I wish i think. I've got motivated by my friends than by any man i've ever been with. She's got the best tits to boot lebron's have already looked at them and yeah let me try it later. Please take them under big shirts. So i don't distract all of the attention from the room. I'd not even a fraction. My friends were destruct. This smaller no allow. That don't do he's tall. Oliver friends will come up and hug and they're all resting their faces in their heads. Like on five nine and they're all like five three five of the best. It's not resting bitch face right boyfriends on board so their boyfriends don't even consider the fact that i'm buyer that they're by and so they come up literally like nestle their head between my boobs and they're like this the best i've ever experienced in my shaun's head exploded. I've got two inches right now. This is a solid two inch direction. You hard each each boob is like a baby's head the are like the right. It's unfortunate and now fortunate when you wake up and some that you have a nipple that's close to your finishing you're like i don't know what to do just licking down down down on lincoln. I just sleep in a random room of guys and be like. I don't wanna wear bras no more volunteers to hold these mother like dan. This free labor that you can just like snag at any point in time. That is free labor episode. Where shaw as the dream. We're just checking to look at nepal's like camera. It's like oh yeah. Snarf went off. My bucket list. Wouldn't be able to tell the difference anyway just tamra acting as two different people. Yeah that's so this age thing to get back. Yeah we we got a couple of minutes off topic there who what about what about our neighbours son. That kept finding you in bars for years older than you got. Gotta have you on more go ahead. I mean this kid is. He's gorge a couple years older than her and and he grew up. I used to babysit at me. You know what i mean and now he's this seriously hot individual and i see him all over the place in constantly hit me thirty now never thought about doing it. Just cms because babysitting him. Okay i mean that's what he was a monster he's buying now damian child one of the worst kids ever and it was twenty six years ago. Hey all those years you were a little shit. I'm gonna punish you got bad. Which makes them probably that good right. It's always the crazy ones obvious. Little friends with his with his mother. There's no way she never has to know. When i was thinking i was sixteen. My mom had this friend that had the hots for me and my aunt was staying with us for a little while. And i just came home from like soccer practice night. He came as i. Hey everybody went upstairs and my aunt later that night we were having dinner. And she's like your mom's friend of fucking disgusting. I was like what so you fucking ran by. She's like i don't fucking carey's underage. I would drop down the floor. Your fucking kitchenaid strata. What did your mom do. She's like i deem in order to say fun to this so you can't say what did you do after that exactly. I didn't hear all she wasn't attractive. So we know it was literally literally like the next day or as you guys say aunt and a you in there. So where are you from maine. Oh yeah got it forgot to tell you. The pieces are coming together. Nope no Shrinkage i did have a really big crush on my neighbor across issues. Pretty hot than he's ever offered a fuck me on my kitchen. Florida harris. Yeah yeah total milk. Yeah it's mean she would erect your world and sixteen year old boy. Who knows nothing about any by. Yeah so fun.

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"oliver friends" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on WTVN

"With you today? Yes, he was getting into the thick of the music. I think so Big, big game last night. We're going to talk a little bit bad about Welcome to what matters with Mindy Makayla Sunday afternoon. We're glad to be here with you so fun to be here every single Sunday from 4 to 6 P.m. Right here on 6 10 W T v N. We have, like an abundance of things to talk about today, Michaela, But it seems like we say that every single Sunday because we planned this to our show for six of the days that come before Sunday were always planning are always thinking about the latest and greatest in what's happening, and it is going to be a great show today. Lots coming up. But first, let's get some kudos. Producer Emily Taylor's trying to place the music Columbus crew. We're going to talk about it here in a little bit big game last night, so congratulations, guys. Did you watch Monday? I did not get an opportunity to watch, but I didn't have to, because everybody kept posting so many things, and everyone was so excited. The entire city of Columbus and beyond was wearing yellow and black, like all weekend long and they should be they haven't won the championship since 2008 right after I moved to town, Marcus and I were discussing last night is when they want. It's been a long time, So we have an insider that has some good information that's going to call us here in a little bit. Yeah, we talked to him and if you were at the game because they did have some fans there It wasn't obviously they couldn't fill the state him. But they did have some fans there. So if you were there and experienced it all all in the glory Give us a call at 6148219886 s. Oh, Speaking of things experienced distanced. We saw Santa today. How'd you do that? We drove up. It was a standard drive through. Do they have seen Is that tomorrow? And how can kids go up and sit on Santa's lap? I don't know. We've been here locally. Obviously they are another part of the country because that's one of the hot topics that we're going to talk about. This was a very bad Santa. Bad Santa. I'm not sure we went to Heritage Golf Club to see Santa and to grab pancakes and sausages to go for my eight year old in my 10 year old and it was it was a different experience. Then anything else I've ever seen with Santa in the last 10 years what the boys think of it. They thought it was good, but it just felt fast. And it felt like it wasn't necessarily enough. They actually hopped out. We thought we were totally gonna drive through. They hopped out of the car, put on their masks and walked into kind of this entryway. And there was Santa and Mrs Claus and they looked wonderful. Mrs. Claus had on a plastic mask. You know, plastic shield and Santa was just like, Come here, boys. You're fine. You're good. Keep on your mask, but come here and It was different in it. I kind of was a little sad when I walked away. If I'm really being honest, I was a little sad. I don't blame you. But it's Ah, I think that if my kids were at that age where they could still go and sit on Santa's lap, and if there was Local place that allowed it, I wouldn't hesitate. I'd let my kids go sit on Santa's lap. Yeah, he wasn't. He wasn't taken lap guys today, so and I walked out and you're just it feels like This. That seasonal moment is stolen a little bit Sure, it's hard. It's just hope. Santa doesn't get Cove it. Could you imagine if Santa gets covert, there'll be no Christmas presents. So what will happen to the North Pole on delivering all those good? Christian asked if Santa could get covert today, that was the conversation. What do you tell Christian Santa's magic? Santa can't get covered? That's probably true. Yes, he has that. Sprinkle dust. You know that. Magic done. Unless if one of you gets melody, and then Santa might get Cove in, so just don't get melting. And hopefully Santa will have his dust That makes the reindeer fly right And make sure that he stays covert free. You know, you did a drive by Santa visit. Driving was a big issue in my household this week. Why? Because at 18 years old my daughter can me finally Yep. Got her license. So you're looking at me like with him out with a mouth wide open it. I go ahead and say it. Yeah, you would have thought that my daughter won the lottery or something Major, because We didn't even get out of the place and she was texting. Everyone put it all over her social media platforms. And she was so happy Instagram official because I think that you know, Oliver friends would always make fun of her in the jokingly way because you know, she was the only 18 year old without her license. But even the guy that gave her the test Okay. He even has a son. That's 18. He didn't get his license till 18 either. There are more and more parents waiting. First and foremost, there's just way too many car accidents by 16 Year olds. Teenage car accidents are so on the rise. Maybe it's just because the way teenagers are maybe it's because of cell phones. Who knows, But I was said, and you know this McHale I have said over and over. That's as a parent. That's one of my best decisions I've ever made in. If I had to do it again, I would make sure Tyler and Cameron both waited until they were 18 to get their license and I probably saved lives. Without allowing them on the road. Never know, but I'm guessing so it's funny because I know yes. You firmly believe that I read an article recently. Not allowing today not allowing to drive enables kids..

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"oliver friends" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

Zero Credit(s)

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

"At this Ford in my life. John I am not listening to the radio. Because I'm still driving my scientists which I, why would I say that I'm driving my Si- on C. C. and I have my ipod plugged into my my radio. So I have no need to listen to the radio ever again. Yeah. You are still driving your scientists which I can't imagine for any reason would meet an unfortunate end in the near future I I don't even know why he would say that. I'm just saying it's always good advice to remember turn around don't drown. That's weird that you would say that that's literally what they say on the signs up here the place I live. Now I mean we're on the same couch. Yet we're on the same couch in the same place both of us live in the same city that we won't say by name right and we'll net never will, and then as soon as we move, we will immediately say the place that we live because millions of people there and also Docs Oliver Friends. Yes. We will make the doctors that's what that means right right. John you know I. I'm really enjoyed this conversation but like do you have any questions to ask me? About lyme disease now? No. Not that. The. Frayed freight. So I've been taking notes on this this episode. Are your notes. Did you not are you not taking accurate notes yet? It appears as though I stopped taking accurate notes at this point. Okay well, Do you have any questions for me about taking on a second job? Oh. Yeah. This bullshit. Yeah do you think you? Let me before before you start. Just when I. Just WanNa Dude SVN question that I will completely not understand for thirty minutes and then when it's time to move on I, summarize entire conversation as though I understood it the entire time. Yeah let me let me ask you a question. Let's say. That I have a job that makes me so miserable. Okay. Let's say that let's say that I am currently working a job that is I don't realize this at the time, but probably the most miserable will ever be terrible. Terrible job I will move onto a pretty. I could move onto pretty bad job that sucks but does not suck as bad as this. Job Does. Not Going to ask you in a hundred thousand different ways. Is it wrong to get a second job? Oh, you mean, like you light broaden your horizons. Here I WANNA like Broaden Myer is getting a second job also at some point I'm a universal basic income. I think there's a strange argument y'all. Here's how I meant to pose the question to you. Do you think people deserve things as long as they worked forty hours a week you know a belief that I have will continue to have. A I think if you want to broaden your horizons, people can do whatever they want. Now I sure wish I remember what the Hell I was talking about when I started asking these questions because I have. No idea what this potential second job I could take his but let's just say I. Don't know being a bartender. Is it was. Is. Is. Because I remember we talked before this and you mentioned maybe taking on a second job but for social reasons not because you need the money. Yes I actually now in the moment labral membrane that when I asked you this, you know moments ago. That I was actually considering becoming a bartender for a period of time. So see people and not have the same amount of psychic strain that I was having. So you kind of want that summer job feeling where you don't have any of the responsibilities or mess him up potentials. For your real job that you. You could have like a Freebie job tending bar. Yeah because this is a point of both of our lives were both far enough in our professional careers that I can say, yes, there is a significant difference between a job that you can have in the service industry or a job that you can have a white collar industry and one of them like quote unquote means lower than the other. and. That's of course, an opinion I'll continue to have in no way. Will we both continue down a professional path and realized that the work we do is probably more worthless than working at a bar or restaurant right because when you work one of those. service industry or retail jobs. There's kind of an air where it's like you're not gonNA stick around forever and so like the bonds with people you make aren't really that important they get you through like the shift or whatever but it's not as though you're being attached at the hip to the rest of your lives. Yeah. It would be nice to have a degree of disposability to a part of my life. Yeah, and that's what I really loved. I worked a summer job. Once at a place, we will never name A, but then we'll continue to talk about at late. Where it was Kinda like Henry we don't know anything about you and my response. Yeah. That's by fucking design I am not GonNa be here for the rest of my life. Yeah it's crazy. That you worked in that large chain bookstore and we would not mentioned the name of it. You know moments ago. Yeah, I. It's Crazy Bookstore stuff. Here's how you steal from books a million. Oh, please. I don't think they're in business in the future. They might not be, but this is probably why they're scattered their security scanners only scanned for the barcodes that we put on books and we only put bar codes on the teen section in the comic. Section. ONEIDAS for some reason risk management decided that those two categories of books were the most likely to be stolen. So literally, every other product in book in the store would not set off the scanner's. So if you wanted to steal like a hundred copies of raw, the Robert Galbraith novel from JK. Rollings who we recently learned is JK rollings, the CUCKOO's conundrum whatever the dumb fuck it's called. You could do that probably with ease right and here's exactly how you do it because the store actually has to interesting John and I meant to say entrances they're. That the main entrance, of course as the scanner and the camera looking at it but the second entrance was the cafe entrance. So you just go through the shelves pick up like a couple of books that made you want to steal, bring them over the cafe. Sit Down read for like twenty minutes. People are GonNa Forget your they're they're gonNA forget those aren't your books and then when no one's looking just walk out that cafe insurance with all those spokesman now that really beats my old stealing for books a million strategy. L.. What did you do sometimes of books a million has overstocked books or clearance books that they WANNA get rid of they'll put them in racks outside..

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"oliver friends" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Yeah, Yes. So we had a list of at least the key cities London, Rome in Paris. We knew we had to be for the dance. Wass Priorities Priorities priorities. You know, there's that did genetic one everything? No, No, my friend Kim. Oh, a brunette, A blonde and a redhead, actually, 19 and you were Well, we were reliable. I'm just saying that the no towns were changed when you left You just gonna be honest. I know. I know all the stories. Laurie, I've known you 30 years almost. I know. I know that we're one week away from an anniversary. We added to the reality American girls. Dahlia. Okay, loose and easy, And we're just like we are. And with the tagline I'm so lucky. I only had crabs once. That's right anyway. So the noon Okay. So the house was I watched last week. Ramona's birthday party. First of all, I have so much secondhand. The Bears are on you. Each birthday party where she waxes about it. How about Oliver friends? That all kind of looked like the same lady borrowed the same plastic surgery? Oh, and a good friend and I did not meet you threw Sonja. You were my friend first. I mean, It was so dumb, but I loved Leo and Sonia and the Countess in Dorinda. Oh, yeah. It was just and that other lady was name. No one knows with longer hair. Elsie police police, But no, it was when when will you escape? It was just pure madness. They're watching so messy. I loved it 30 to succeed something year old people on their seventh drink. That's where we start. Yeah, it's pretty much I mean, in a dancing on and breaking the glass. He danced around like autumn in and they had like one of the centerpiece. Things was set on this tray with glass in the middle. And she just that. Oh, did before they're 700. Dorinda stepped on the glass. And then Sonia had to take her to the hospital in a cab. Oh, God. Okay, But what did you love about it? Well, I just I guess I felt like it was back because we've seen Ramona's She's a birthday party. Every year. It always happens on the show Women who's always It's always she gives the same dumb speech. He always talks about her 50 good friends, and I mean, it's just like that's a lot of friends the he is A dinosaur in her own way, And I mean the best possible way. She looks fantastic. Yeah, she looks fantastic. But there's something about her. That's very desperate, Desperate, so very, very desperate. And you see, and you think Oh, please don't let me ever be like that. But who I tell you? I know you are. You always know I will. Whether I like it or not, So I don't know, I guess And I just like, did you know what I think you know, with Ramo? I mean, Sonia story line, I think. That is a very relatable storyline right now, just in that he financial pressure that she has of having a A place to town home that she could afford when she was rich and married and now she's not that anymore and her in, you know, and she's renting another place because she keeps trying to save her realistic because it's her one. A nest egg, So she's trying to rent it out. So you feel her anxiety financially, which is something you never feel any shows? Yes, he has their lifestyles of the rich, the famous So you feel that? Yeah, and it was really I would agree that right now is probably resonating with a lot of people in these, you know, Hard times, and it's all wrapped in this just Beautiful mill. You're nobody familiar package of these ladies Because, you know, I I'm a loyal his wife fan. I mean, not the fringe ones, which I called Put a Dallas and Potomac potato. Tell me, Tell me Tell me that Anyway, but the New York and barely hills. I'm Howard Court when they're going to do Ah Housewife re union in person six feet apart on Long Island next week, and Tinsley's goingto flying as a guest. And then there are these will really have to yell. I'm worried about Doreen Da's makeup on her neck because she really has the vocal chord string when she yells. Oh, she's an ugly yeller, and now they're really going to yell at each other. You know it's a reunion, but they're going to be even further apart. Maybe they'll give in Mike's well, They always have mikes that maybe they make him up so they can someone allowed it to each other. Get a megaphone. Yeah, something so Kensi will be there the lead That's the 1st 1 that they want are doing. A person. I do not know. I haven't heard about Beverly Hills. If they film that in person. Maybe they did. I don't know. But I know these things. New Jersey housewife is starting filming. They're going to do everything outside with social distancing that starting a pretty soon and then one of the people from O. C. Housewives has Cove it Shannon Oh, Shannon, but during her daughter's Yep, But that's going all right. There's your house way something. Okay? That is your update When we come back, we got a little I mean, when Justin Bieber's giving marital advice, you guys Whoa! Nothing but good times getting up with Jason and Alexis. I don't want to sit in that waiting room too long, because what's gonna happen is I'm going to start wandering as I do. I'm going to start looking at the other cars. And I'm gonna walk out of there with a new car, different fears at the dealership because I go to get my whatever done and I'm sitting there. You know, It was just like, okay, I'll wait. That's fine. And I'm worried that I'm going to eat too many snacks. I'm gonna walk around and get a bigger, nicer car just like cheese. It's there who? Oh, I could get back any pop I want. Are you kidding?.

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"oliver friends" Discussed on The Coaches Corner

The Coaches Corner

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on The Coaches Corner

"And as amazing question. The. And and I really ask anyone who's listening to take a few minutes into a bit of introspection, because obviously if it's subconscious, it's hidden, so we kind of have to make a conscious effort to dig up dirt, but a very big one is. Is success associated with any kind of pain because? Are Wired to avoid pain. It's just a survival mechanism, so for example. Maybe you had super successful parents, but they gotta voice when they got super successful. So now we have this image in our mind that if we reach the same level of success, something bad is going to happen. Though maybe we'll lose some friends, and actually it's a very common struggle for entrpreneurs when Oliver Friends most of your friends or employed when we reached that level of freedom or I have income sometimes, they get a bit jealous, because maybe they would want the same, but they aren't in a situation where they can do it so. So we have all of these things playing in your mind. Where okay if I get successful, maybe my family will break out maybe I'll. I might lose some friends. The maybe everyone is going to think that I'm eric or a Sassy which is not the case and we really don't want to go. Their brains are wired not to go there I love the everything you're saying which is why I love. This conversation is something that I've either been through I felt and I guess. I just kind of figured out because remember going out for dinner is when I started doing really well and I was just like. I felt I didn't I wasn't paying because I wanted to I just felt bad or people are gonNA. Think I'm I'm I'm like I paid for everything, and eventually I had resentment, and I never wanted go out because now people just expect me to pay. But I had this shame or guilt. That was doing better than everyone was leaving behind. And Jealousy and envy, and all that came so. When you're actually, let's back up just for a second because someone listening going to be like. Oh well. Ns has figured out and she's just the queen of manifestation. Where did all of this stuff? Because I know we talked a little bit about our similarity with with depression and going through that sort of arc phase where? Was the most beautiful thing for me. It was the most beautiful thing My life changed after that that that night of intense depression. And you can share similar stories. Let's just talk with them for second. Yeah thank for bringing this up because it is so important, so and I can relate to what he said because I. Have One friend WHO's a manifest manifestation manifestation massive story. She doesn't have a facebook page doesn't have a website. She has clients I don't know. How does it and I wasn't like that and actually before the impulse intimidator I was working in Switzerland's big banks. Because I went to the best universities. Everything was great on the outside, except for depression coming for the fifth time as the four fifth times weren't enough and I crashed. I couldn't even get out of bed so I dropped most of my courses, but I had this one thing that said well. I've been well between the depressions so. Point of me knows how to be well I. Just have to go to the bottom of like the root cause of the problem and get rid of it so actually. The depression was one of the best things that ever happened to me because I knew that I never wanted to go back there anytime and actually I realized while I was working in finance that even though I had an amazing boss in an. An amazing office, and a very cozy future waiting for me in Switzerland I mean you can make ten twelve easy with the education. I had I just feel trapped in that office? That was not my definition of three of them were heading the life I wanted. And what if I had kids and I would have to choose between my family life for my career, and the depression actually gave me this amazing. Kind of benchmark of I, will never go back to anything that can make me feel bad and being in office was one of these things so actually when I pivoted to. Having coaching business even though the beginnings hard I mean I didn't make any money for the first three or four months, and then I would do five six hundred bucks human there for another bunch of months, but I. Just wasn't willing to go back to the office I had to make it work you. We talked earlier about. Burning the boats and to me. I made a little bit of cash here and there until they said never again kind of like you stated I wrote it down never ever again, blah, Blah Blah Blah and everything shifted like everything shifted after that because all of my energy, all of my focus on one thing and I would die to accomplish one thing, and it's a very common trend from people who succeed everyone else has a plan B. Plan. C. Half in half out and. Maybe that's my way of living. Life is not the only way, but I have yet to see someone who's half in half out. Creator manifest the success that they say they want. If you really want it, you're all in, so you? All in the depression kicked you into a another year. And you said enough is enough I will never ever. Go back there, even if after live in a cardboard box. or on my mom's couch, never going back and obviously it was a lake changing decision so through that. Did you have imposter syndrome when you?.

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"oliver friends" Discussed on TV Literate

TV Literate

12:03 min | 2 years ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on TV Literate

"I think this season is the season that has had the strongest women in it But yeah and rose really didn't take bullshit from the dudes like exactly I. It was awesome to see at because this the screw episodes starts with Jeffrey proposing to Vara and Gary. I being like no. We're not we're not there yet And then Jeffrey throwing a fit and saying okay. Well then I guess the relationships over because if you feel passionate about enough about what about if you feel passionate enough to propose to somebody the why not just give the whole relationship if they say now right and so. I had texted you and I was like. Hey how long have they been in a relationship and the Internet did not know but I went on read it. Yeah because I have to and I asked and they had only been in relationship for five months. Yes so imagine that someone proposing to you five months in and you were. You have not seen each other. In Person. You have not lived together. You have not had a whirlwind romance. You've just had internet dating and also you just found out. This man was a drug dealer and went to prison for dealing drugs and that he had been really shady about his past like. Yeah I'M GONNA say no. I don't care how much I love you I. That's not a responsible situation to be and to get engaged after just a few months of knowing this guy and then finding out that you don't know him at all you need to know him longer to get engaged to him know one good night does not make a whole relationship fixed leg does because she was having a nice time at the hotel report report. That's what I call. The resort SPA resort for sport. I like it the little resort. Spa thing She was having a nice time and she was like working with them and China until like feel him out again and that's reasonable and then he's like oh we've had a good day or two. Let's get married. Bouts get married no need to take a little bit slower but then yeah. I just think that Jeffries reaction to various egg. No just says so much about these character. He was just a complete asshole to her and Like the next day or a couple of days later. I don't really know the time line. Exactly they he was going back to the airport to go home and He was just like yeah by. I'm never coming back again or like I think. Far You had said next time you come. We'll do that and he was like. Why would I come back and actually like I've been in long distance relationships multiple long distance relationships throughout my life because I moved places stuff and I have well? That's why but for the moment your internationally? I have not moved to see or be with someone until I have met them in person at least three times for multiple. Yeah definitely like that's reasonable. Yeah you don't. It's not like choosing the person you're going to be with. It takes longer than one interaction together. Basically because city will change occasion. Yeah exactly it's that's it's thirty to be a lot more a lot more of foundation that before you can commit to someone anyway. I Hate Geoffrey. Geoffrey he's just a piece of poop Vara deserves Ama- Dancy man given her a nice fancy life so she can just turn live her best life because she's a GPS. I mean she speaks English as a second language and let him down gently for his marriage proposal. Yeah she she was so nice. She's very not yet instead of she didn't say no. That's so much progress from. Hey I didn't know you were a criminal to will you marry me? Yes yeah Geoffrey Geoffrey is trash and he is an idiot. He's he's a fart man. His proposal was some bullshit too. Because like Oh you've accepted me for me. All right so who? Who Do you WanNa talk about next? Let's do let's do David. Lana okay. It feels like stay in that side of the world right now. Yes yeah we will stay over in Eastern Europe and talk about Dan. Dana David in Lana read both names together and it came up. Dan Rolling necessarily yes. Dan I ship it so hard So David decides that he is going to take an eight hour car trip eight hours on not good roads to go to this. I guess. Small City and Ukraine where he has an address from a couple years ago from Lana and he's going to go see if it's her in eight hour like and even his friend who he had met before was like don't do that like the roads are horrible. You can't do that and so it ended up taking him thirteen hours to drive yet as he got any flat. Ya Fat Tire set the program. And then he and then he gets there. He goes to the apartment and this like man opens the door and has like I have no idea who you're talking about they are my OTP. I would just like to say I love I love that was like so just like ready to. Yeah he was like No. I don't know her but like all right you want to be friends. What are you doing in Russia? You Wanna a beer. Whatever I love him he was awesome. I kept them up again and then he went to Ukraine again. I I I have haven't in my notes literally. When is this Guy GonNa Learn? Like what is he going to realize that this is not then? It worked out for him because she showed up. I know she. It's just like the biggest plot. Twist of all was that she actually showed up in the end like the eighth time they tried to get together. She finally shows up who shit. Holy Shit I okay. But before that part him and his Pi that he hired Yes holy Shit. Him like arguing through the translator when he was in the states. And she's like I think this man's very stupid yes shoot. Just didn't have time for his shit. She's like this guy needs help. How long are you going to lie to yourself? She said to him. Yeah it's it's it's bad and yet Lana was real fucking worked out. Well I I don't know how much it's GonNa work out. GonNa Lana Israel. So that's there's that I wonder if she really is who she is. Yeah who knows I mean maybe I can. I can see like Lana being real. But it hasn't been who he's been talking to and like you know like some big thing where like a guy uses girls pictures that he knows and like you know. I could definitely see up in that or something like that. I don't know we'll or her showing up and being like Hey Cool you WanNa meet me but you do know that you've just been talking to me on like a phone sex website. Basically like this is you're paying me. Yes yes yeah. I think that's most likely what it is. I can't wait until we get our first one on one solo film with Lana. I know I'm so excited. I'm so excited to hear Lana Story. I almost GONNA text today and be like should we record at like eleven? Pm on Sunday but the episode like two hours long so it would be like yes. Monday one which would be fine with me honestly with my weirdest schedule. So Well I've been waking up earlier and earlier some about to meet in the middle again Hell yes I'm ready Anything else I think. That's it for knob really excited. I think next week episode. Next week's episode is going to be a lot about David. Lana a lot about Lisa. So I'm sure we'll have a lot to say about both of them next next week. Okay yes okay. So I wanNA save and rose for last because I think that will be the most satisfying ending. Yes I agree. So let's do Stephanie Erica. Because there's a lot to talk about with Stepney and Erica to Shit Stephanie. And Erica my first line of my notes is just wow. I Hate Stephanie. Now yes she really and I think I mentioned that last week like the first few episodes she seems so normal and just like a nice. You know Kinda shy girl and then it comes out that she's nuts. Yeah like okay. The first thing that happens I think in the part in the first episode of this week is That she takes Erica on date. Gets there like a little crown and then decides that? She's going to confront her about nap on her phone dinner. Yes yeah There's a dating APP on her phone and Erica even explained that she used it for like networking. I'm wondering if it was just like bumble. Yeah exactly which is not exclusively for dating And she explained it and was like not defensive about it at all so like I thought that her explanation for why the thing was on the phone like if if I asked somebody if I asked a boyfriend if the answer they gave me like I would be satisfied with that But she just it just spiraled. Yeah it's just stemming from Stephanie not having any trust in anyone really insecure to Okay so then. After that was they went to the party. Yes with all of Erica's friends. Because Erica wanted Stephanie and meet Oliver Friends. It's nice and Erica. Then decides to start asking like questions to the friends asking about like what their history with. Erica has been romantic leader. Who's in love with her? Yeah and it's like to not not not really anything you need to talk like. It's just not really a cool way to meet people for the first time. Be Like Hey have you fucked. My girlfriend know and like adults. She wanted to be with those people in her town that she has hooked up with and she would be with them. Because that's a hell of a lot easier for her to be with them than it would be for her to be with you so I don't really understand why she's wearing about it either. I did have a moment of wavering. On My Standing of Erica. Because I was very know rubbed the wrong way that up until now we hadn't known that she hadn't come out to her parents yet. Yeah Yeah I yeah because that will it was talked about that. Stephanie had come out to her parents. That was a big thing that being brought up but it was never mentioned until like episode. Seven or eight that Erica hadn't come out to her parents either but she did come out to her parents and we talk about how amazing it was like. Oh we're just like jokes. Yeah he was just like okay. So do you want and potatoes? Yeah it was. It was so good like that is it was just really nice to see such a positive light coming out story on TV because everyone deserves that Yeah and it made me very proud of Erica. And her family Yes and made like her again because of was like she's just like during the formality of essentially because her mom's like moms always know I mean..

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"oliver friends" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

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"oliver friends" Discussed on Reality Bites - 90 Day Fianc?

Reality Bites - 90 Day Fianc?

10:38 min | 2 years ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on Reality Bites - 90 Day Fianc?

"Points that out she gets called a gold digger right and I think she's also said that he specifically told her. Don't bring anything so she's feeling like look okay. At least if I had my own stuff I wouldn't have to worry so much shopping. I still WANNA go shopping. But it wouldn't be to the extent of I lead close because you told me to leave all my clothes over there but yeah I mean in another couple who has to be getting to the deadline. Just Take Louis C.. Coming up on time whether or not they're going to get married and or go their separate ways so the way things left off last night and not feeling so great but every every time the new episodes starts back on good terms again and everything's fine fight toward the end again exactly all right so here we are speaking of you know if she were if anywhere golddigger she'd be going after someone like Michael. We have Michael Giuliana on their wedding. Day where yes. It does appear that Michael's ex wife Sarah is going to officiate a assault. So those kind of cool kind of weird but query weird but hey they seem like one of those families that anything kind of goes I guess. In the last episode we saw this friendship ship forming between Sarah Juliana Juliana. Who again someone? We have many questions about more after this episode so her family obviously obviously knew it was her wedding day. There's no way they didn't know because she kept bringing up like I was hoping to hear from them. I was hoping to hear from them. So the family new in the family didn't reach out to her and ask. Ah She's getting ready and now she's putting on her wedding dress. She is talking about how it's supposed to be such a happy day but it also makes her sad because she wants her mom there but then she said that she didn't uneven here from her mom and I'm very curious. What the actual dynamics of their relationship are you know? We don't hear much talk about how. Oh you know. I talked to my sister all the time in Brazil Brazil or to my family and she hasn't had any communication with them since she's been in the United States exactly so do they know specifically the today was I would like to assume. Yes yes she has told them like. Hey My wedding date is June thirteenth Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. But do we know that. And so if her family is as poor as she says they are like do they have cell cell phones. Exactly and why can't she just call them. I mean I know you probably would appreciate them calling you. You know you left your you bought your car before you left. Yeah so you can't call your sister facetime Hummer and be like. Hey It's my waiting day. Yeah we're here. How's mom can't tell I just I'm so every time she talks about her family? I'm like okay well. is she on good terms with them. She says she wants her mom there or she not on good terms with them which is why aren't reaching out to her on their wedding on her wedding day do they even know. Oh it's her wedding day. I mean that's exactly my thought process the entire time I saw them on. Screen was okay. What is the dynamic? Because you're making it seem like Oh your family has just shunned you. Because you're marrying this rich sky member refusing to reach out to you and congratulate you. Yeah it's very weird So odd but somehow her friends knew about her wedding date and you know one flew from Milan in Italy which is awesome and the other one flew from Brazil. Assuming she's she's from Brazil So she had two friends that were helping her get ready and helping her get dressed and then in writing and again why you would play this video for her right before. She's about to walk down the aisle. Like you know it's GonNa make her emotional. It's a video. Montage of Oliver Friends. Sang congratulations -gratulations. And how happy they are for her. Something is just not enough. I don't know what it is so I thought we were going to get to actually see the wedding but apparently TLC is going to drag this out another week. And we're not actually going to see. Juliana walked down the aisle until next week so all we got to see this week was her getting ready but at least we got to see her in her wedding dress and it would appear that at least one of these couples will make it to the altar. Okay moving onto Michael Angela Angeles back in Nigeria. Trying to find out why Michael's k one visa got denied now in her mind. She thinks it's because everything is all right by the Web's Yup Yup. She pays her taxes taxes. It is her right to bring her Julian fiance to the United States. Okay before we actually jump into the family dinner last night. What was on Angeles Chelsea? I was wondering the same thing those marks couldn't tell if it was like typically like Henna Tattoos. Maybe she got her so I'm watching it. I'm so distracted by these weird appeared this weird pattern on her chest now. Obviously it has something to do with her making reference to her track marks. What I think is that she did some type of laser procedure trying to like smooth out her upper chest area and then it was? Maybe it was a mild burns from a laser treatments. She covers covers it up like a makeup on other occasions. I think she probably had the treatment done right before she left a come to Nigeria. And I think that if I'm correct she she did some sort of treatment to the deck lodge that it would take maybe a day or two before you started to see the side effects or the the after after effects of getting the treatment done and so somebody on twitter was like. Oh that's a from the buttocks and I'm like no no. No no Bo talks does not leave that weird eared pattern on like that it was it was very distracting. And if anybody knows what she had done and what would leave that on her. What is that Nigeria Black Panther? I'm just GONNA go ahead and go all out and some sort of war pain now. Obviously from something that she had done in. But I can't figure out what she did now she and Michael Head to the consulate because she is just gonNA walk in and try to get some answers because well she's an American in this or right to just go to the American embassy and be like hey without an appointment of McKay one visas walking into try to figure. This out is very interesting that she said when she went to the jury in the American Museum Nigeria. They're very much like what do you want. A is an emergency. I don't think it is. We're going to give you an email. You can't yeah come in with seemed like a very interesting kind of differs Magin. It's just purely a security thing. Maybe it's different everywhere but you would think that there would be some sort of general general protocol general question. Well then this is the person that you would need to if you aren't American. It's not as if you know she's an American citizen. It'd be like okay so next thing you know. They are going to dinner at Michael's Uncle's house before they get there. They have to stop. Because Mama wants a micro now I will say hey. I understood Angela. Being a little bit like every time these gifts keep getting bigger and bigger and bigger but again it's such an interesting staying juxtaposition between a woman who just got Bo talks in some sort of whatever treatment. She had done on her chest and getting her nails done and it has now been Nigeria. Three times hi. This is going to be there for a couple of weeks. She said so where Angela gets. This money is still the perhaps the biggest mystery of this entire show and mind you. She's saying hotel in Lagos for the entire two weeks. She's there even though it's less expensive than a hotel room in and say New York City. It's still inexpensive. It can't be two weeks hotels a lot. I will say though. She looked out because she got that microwave for really a good price. I looked it up so so they say go to like a store because Michael says that Mama wants microwave and Angela agrees okay fine. We'll we'll get the microwave for your mom but no more like spring the stuff on me. We got plenty of expenses between the two of us. We gotta take care of two. They pull up to this so I guess in Nigeria Syria Battle Store Angel Tells Latronic store. That kind of specializing latronic. It was more like if you're familiar with kind of the northeast Bodega where they just kind of sell. 'em stuff everything randomly including microwaves and like look like kids toys for cattle go. Yeah it was just everything so they find the microwave and the guy says it's thirty five thousand Nira. I don't even know what the Nigerian owner Jerry Curtsy and Michael said that that's the equivalent one of about ninety five American dollar eighty six dollars as of today but I but how impressed that Michael did that conversion so quickly impressed. That was quick. uh-huh because I'm good I have to Google everything so so Angeles says that's too much in the states. We only pay fifty dollars for microwave like this and then Michael Out of nowhere is like oh well. We have to get a gift for my uncle's wife too because she's hosting us and like angle. You could tell him that moment was like. I can't believe you're doing this. Great now putting me in this position with the cameras rolling like I would have been really annoyed by that to us but also shouldn't you know by your third trip over there. What's kind of customary? As far as oh I'm supposed to bring a hostess gift for the Ankles Wife who's preparing this meal for us. It's not uncommon even in the United United States. And a lot of people. If you go to like someone's house for a dinner party or something a lot of people yeah exactly something to bring a bottle of wine or to ask if there's something I can bring or whatever so it's not like it's totally out of the Realm Alberto well here in America. We just go to people's houses we do but there are cases. We have to do stuff like that. We have to bring something as a silvery SPEC and so you would think that she would know like you said by this point should take some. Maybe not microwave for Michael's mom not for the the kettle too so that was going to be another like ten thousand awesome. So you're looking at like forty five to fifty thousand Nigerian dollars. Basically you're in Nira Nara. Nara whatever it was so angel- whips out this wad out of cash from her raw has got fifteen thousand. That's all I got and the guys like all right and just fifteen thousand. which how much is that in American dollars so that would have been about thirty dollars do the conversion so we know for sure? Fifteen thousand Nigerian Nara as forty Bucks Tux. So she wound up getting the microwave and the cuddle for forty bucks a group you. I mean. That was very impressed bargaining and the only thing I can imagine is that if he didn't take the fifteen in two thousand Nara he's getting nothing and forty dollars got to be better than zero dollars them. Sure you know the free advertising to sell another microwave for real though very random now. His store is on the map. Right right still is the GO-TO spot for latronic. So they show up at Michael's Uncle's house else with the microwave with the electric kettle. And next thing you know Michael's aunt is like Angela. Join me in the Kitchen Angela. Who says she doesn't Cook at all in informed that owner? No you are now the newest wife in.

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"oliver friends" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:34 min | 3 years ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"But this gal she is so ignorant and blind that it makes me wonder how in the world anybody could vote for until I start thinking. Okay. Just stop. She got elected because they want her in there being this way, they want her to be another chink in the armor. And and just like this gal from the Muslim gal from Minnesota. They. They're gonna they're gonna use people like this in in the media is gonna flock to that. And the media's to focus on that. And there's going to be so many young lineal out here that it taught us communism. They're gonna buy off on it. And that is what is scary. And then add to that. This this attitude that if you confront somebody on their views as as onerous as they might be that you are a racist. You are a homophobe you are a massage as you are anti Islam. Islam. You are anti it. Right. I mean, this is part of the deep state globalist syndicates playbook that they put these people out there. And if you like a Alexandria Casio Cortez came out he's in Austin, Texas this morning, and she states that capitalism is quote an irredeemable system and quote. Now anyone who criticizes her while? You're anti woman yard, you're anti Hispanic. You are anti whatever, you know. I I mean, this is this is crazy. And in fact, one of the huge ways, you mentioned ways in which the syndicate beats a country down in the sovereignty down in the populace down in the middle class down one of the best ways, they do that is destroying borders. And that's what they're focused on and one of my big concerns, Craig, and you can tell me if I'm wrong in this. I believe Donald Trump wants to do the right thing and has done the right thing in many respects on the other hand, I believe there are people around the president that are giving him and blocking information from coming to him. And and giving him bad information, which is leading to some of these issues like him signing the immigration Bill. Well, it's he's got people on your staff that some of them should should really be able to control some of the things he says and puts on Twitter that is counterproductive himself in the foot a lot sometimes won't during the election. I was telling my wife we on a cruise headed toward Hawaii. And we're watching it on the cruise ship on the TV. And I said, you know, I said he doesn't know when to shut up, and that's a fallacy. He's got at the same time. He's got people. Giving him bad advice are steered him in the wrong direction or worse. Not supporting him when he's going in the right direction, and you know, to to seal off the border that is a military operation. It falls under his purview. If he wants to build a wall out of whatever he can legally do that is present United States commander in chief of the armed forces. Congress has no say so on it other than where the money comes from wealth. The money's already budgeted the military. He can use it any way what she can transfer from one budget to another budget. He could you know? You could say, okay, I'm not going to build one more aircraft carrier until US Border sealed. A number to use the money for that. And we talked about this last time, I was on you know, as much money as we spend on other programs. We could have built a the great wall of China down there. And you know, we see this stuff going on where we're getting all of these immigrants come across the border. What that's doing that's flooding us with what the Democrats the left-wingers want, and that is more votes because they want to pass in each state one at a time. Legal immigrant can vote. That's why no voter ID when you come in. If you come in you get to vote. Well, then they best people from poll to poll to vote over and over. We saw that at all do through the Obama an election, and then so we're seeing on stuff and no one's doing anything about it. And then you have people that are seen as the right like the coke brothers that are pushing for open borders because it means cheap labor. I mean, they're just they're just as complicit in this. Right. And you know, I don't know what the answer is anymore. I don't know if there is an answer I suggest everybody to start preparing themselves for the worst and educate your neighbors educate, your family, even get the young kids like said, something like an kids that are clueless about this. I've got a granddaughter. She's she's going to be a democrat because that's Oliver friends are in high school, and you know, we got to educate these kids, and that that's where we're like go back on the educational system. When the Steph Deanna. Start taking over the curriculum of the classrooms and the history of changing they start leaving entire parts out. Or maybe only putting one page where the should have been a whole chapter. That's what happens in new parents. Do we don't do anything. We don't go to school. We don't talk to the teachers. We don't check out the school books, and I say, we I'm not including myself because I have gone down there and done that I've gone through the history books at my my kids came home with when they were still here. And I've seen the difference between the history books today, and they were ten fifteen twenty years ago. I one of the best US history books. I ever saw was the ROTC manual on the United States history from seventeen seventy to fifty six and all of that was that was factual history that you go anywhere checking it happened. The way it was written down since then we've had wigs exactly what Russia did and that was called revisionist history. So we take the history. We don't like, and we just don't. Rented anymore. I went to talk to one of the history teachers in high school that my daughter is going to and I said, what do you get your history books? She's we go to the book fair. Okay. Took out the books. We get to pick up notebook. Oh, really? I said what publishers? Do you get these books jersey named them all and they're all every single one was in New York City publisher that that you know, socialist, they don't publish type deal, and I know because I wrote for some of these guys on on military history. And I finally got it. I got that stuff published because it did step on their toes. Politically. But she said I said, so whoever puts these history books on the table. Let's say there's five different history books. You get to pick one for your class. And that's the only five you've got right? She said, yeah, I said they'll come from the same place, Craig I'd like to thank you for everything you have done are doing, and we'll do and that's the power of your books. The Medusa file.

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"oliver friends" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on KTRH

"We'd like to invite Oliver friends and all of our guests to come to the Texas expo join with us as we spread the knowledge spread the word. And frankly, also celebrate the community of the Texas oil patch. Well, and to be honest with John course, you will find show magazine. Gene and indoor patch out there too. So we definitely want to encourage you to go with us because it's always a great great time for networking and opportunity, something that's really strange as you know. We're getting ready to start taking some phone calls here. We've got a quite a few lined up ready to talk to you. So I'm pretty excited about that. Because you know, leading up to this we've been on the air for three years, John and for three years, we have just had an onslaught of emails, and and inquiries from Facebook just trying to get information. And it just seems it's so limited. So this was just a natural progression. And I'm glad we kind of have partnered with the right people to get information out there. Not news more important than the one to one dialogue of American citizen to American citizen done in a world of free speech where all all parties are respected their listen to. But we will be presenting here today to delivers into callers that come in are the science, and the facts that should be underline the policies that may or may not be put into place in the near future. And I will say that those policies that we're seeing currently in Washington DC, and there were seen in some other states are something that every American should be opening their eyes and taking a very close look at because the decisions that we make within this next election cycle can either make or break the economy United States of America in the future. And you know, what John I'm very concerned too. Because there is so much information out there that is such is so negative against the industry and a lot of it is not backed by any kind of science. It's scare tactic. It's scare tactics. It's. It's just things that are they'll take a small percentage of what is really based on science and just completely blow it up into being something completely different. And so I hope today within the show we get some really good calls. I do want to cover you. And I if it doesn't come up with one of our callers, the green new deal that's been proposed on the table because I think it's important to start really showing the community. We are really not prepared to go off the grid in any way. We go off the grid. We basically will die. We're not there yet. We may at some point. And I don't want to seem like a drama Queen the truth of the matter is it's the truth. We still need oil and gas, and I'll give you an example today is an amazingly cold day. And we are so nice and warm in our homes, and we are driving our cars to the grocery store, and we are enjoying the luxuries that oil and gas provides to us, and I am not going to part with my makeup. No way. No. Quaker not going off the grid. We wanna take our first caller. Our first caller is David Blackman, the editor of shell magazine. So David welcome to the show. Are y'all doing today? We're doing great. I'm so glad you called in. Because I had a feeling you were going to call in you. And I had a discussion yesterday about all these different topics that are coming up. And I'm like, you know, you need to call in and start asking, John Tara. But I am going to say that we're going to come up on a heartbreak here soon. So I'm going to have to cut you off midway into your sentence. But I just wanted to get you. I wanted to make you aware of that. Tell you what let me just start by welcoming John to the show. I can do this. It's there's nobody better more knowledgeable about this industry. So he's the perfect guy to be doing this. Now, John tell me how how back how far back do you and David go? Well, David has been a voice for oil and gas for for many years, and frankly, I've always admired his incredibly skilful writing talents an editorial talents, and he's been able to successfully transfer that the past several years. To his social media voice. And in that social media voice. I like to follow them closely because he is an extremely timely conservative voice. That speaks the truth to power. And that is one of the most impressive things that I think he can say about a journalist. Well, I.

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"oliver friends" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:14 min | 3 years ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Beer. Revenue. Here's expensive beer. Here's one that. I fall into a trap all the time. When I did sports. It is referring to grow women as girls. So when I would say the girls team plays tonight. I would get Email after his degree. Dad the women's team? It's not that girl. Disagree. Okay. Agree. All right. Hold on. I'm going to weigh in on this. That's ridiculous. Okay. Let me tell you why. Because we always call it. The boys team we call we call. It we referred. Our guys is boy. Hey, boys. Hey, guys. College basketball and women's college basketball, boys. College basketball and girls comes best, right? No, okay. If you're talking about in a college then. Yeah. Should be men's and women's WMBA. Yeah. But I'm talking about like in terms of if I say, hey, girls. Let's go over here. Yes daughters. Yes. It's not to say we I would say guys girls got it's near changeable. We're not thinking. Oh, look there will be the girls. That's not what we're thinking. When we say once a month for everything is being sex, my wife and Oliver friends get together. What do they call it? They call it girls. Yes. Yeah. Because we cannot if I if I'm walking down the hall, I call it the hen house, I stayed. They say he's out with the boys. My wife says that all the things that the boys I'm telling you what they now. Raising your voice. Who appointed Tony the Bassett or? Have you guys? Don't listen to these take his ball and go home. Tony being the ambassador for women can theory into. Into this little scarf, Brian boys. I need to tell you what the girl told me the same thing. That's why I never say girls always say, ladies that way. You can you can be talking about a younger female talking about your mom and all her girlfriends say ladies at work, and it works for me because my wife is is really big on women's rights and all this stuff. And I have to be careful what I say and do in the house. I don't want. It's safe to say. Yeah. So what if it's guys what do you say? As well. Okay. I would say with the fellas. Watching going on in the spot, and that's a place in our office in the back. Right. And I would say if there's two of the sales women that are late in their walking back and somebody's on the phone saying where are they say the girls are on their way, the girls are headed that way. There's two of them. I would say that innocently. But right what maybe one of the women in that group. It's like a dog whistle to them. Did he just hold this girl? So there late. So we're back to the first one. No, it's the state, isn't it this, isn't it? This the context. Okay. Because to your point you would say, okay. You would never say the two salesgirls are in the spot room or whatever never say that. Okay. You would say the sales, ladies or the account executives or you just call him account executive. But then you might say, but the girls are headed that way. So the context of the two statements are totally different right? One would be if you said salesgirls that is sexist, right? Okay. What did she do? What did she's twenty two? What does she want? She's if she's an account executive. She's approach is just define it like this. If she's willing to get out of bed and go to school or work when it's below zero. She's a woman. But here's the thing. Same with boys and men as broadcasters. I want to put this on the table as broadcasters and do sports for twelve years. I will tell you in in Leland. You did sports. Also, you cannot refer no to the women's game as the girls team. You can that's that's where it's not negotiable. This sometimes you can't even refer to it as the women's team. What differentiates some of them will say it is just the name of the teams. Right. What about lady cards or lady Kato? No, no. Is bad. I don't know. I don't know. I know it is I have I have a friend. I have a friend who I don't want to say, I don't want to say the particular entity. But it was a college basketball setting and she played for that team. And she quit because the coach would not allow them to be referred to as the lady, whatever. Right. Why? And it was it was absolutely a sexist thing six she was like she thought it was sexist to call them, the lady, whatever's I'm not gonna say that I'm not gonna say the college, and I'm not going to say the person. But I'm just telling you, she quit because she was like ion she said that was just ridiculous. That's no lady, that's my point guard. No, my friend quit because she thought it was too politically, correct. Yeah. Sure. That's ridiculous. That is all right last one. This one really pisses me off I'm on the side of the Dwight used to do this to me. And I literally almost would punch him in the face. Dwight with sexist would prefer when men were referred to watching their own kids as babysitting. Dave would say this every once in a while to David weekend. It's my family. Okay. I don't recall ever say. Oh, yes. You were obviously. But yes, when men with their kids, I'm babysitting again that will that's like a knife to a woman. That's hilarious. All right. I love it. Okay. When we continue. I want to see if any of you guys are willing to try the new KFC Cheeto sandwich. So it's a chicken with a bunch of Cheetos stuffed into we'll have that a wrap things up for black guy chicken. I'm not going to say, no to chicken. But when you put Cheetos in it. I'm staying out of that one. Yeah. All right. We'll continue this twisted Kobe's in the house. Tony, Tony Bonetti, Dave Jennings. I'm Leland Conway, NewsRadio play WHAT. Let me tell you about my friends at Allen electric. They are awesome. They're the only electrical services that will allow to come in my home, and we've had them out to do several jobs, whereas they're super and they're so responsive to you call you got a problem with my electric, they come right.

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"oliver friends" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

11:52 min | 3 years ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This is Red Eye Radio all across America, eight six six ninety redeye he is Eric Harley, and I'm Gary McNamara while so much going on. But finally just just to conclude the story on Jill Abramson, the former New York Times editor. And the book that she is writing merchants of truth and talking about the the fake news doesn't say fake news. But in essence says in the headlines, they're using opinion. It's not a new story. It's an it's an opinion and in the actual stories in the New York Times in the Washington Post its opinion that folks is a definition of fake news. When you claim that you're doing fact, but you're doing opinion that is the definition of fake news. And I just thought it's fast any with the media going nuts about every time. Trump says he's saying there's fake news. He wants to get rid of the free press. Well, then you have Jill Abramson, former editor of the New York Times come out use different language, but say the exact same thing. It's fake news. Is her outrage, right? You know? That's that's the. The reality was it. Who was who was the the left is that said. Oliver friends shut the door turned off its mooring doubt. I think it was Maureen Dowd Oliver friends on the left if there's negative. This was back in two thousand sixteen. There's anything negative circulating about Hillary. They just draw the curtains shut the door turn the TV off. Right. They said we had the sand approach. And you can kind of feel that going on here. And yeah, there's a book attached to it. But and we always point that out that there is a book that stood. But remember. The the book biased Bernard Gobert, you know, when when the revelation came to him. Through somebody who was basically just a viewer a contract with high tractor work. Right. And he said, you know, and so he pointed out the the bias. And then he went back and Bernard Goldberg. He kind of reviewed that situation said. Wow. You know, what you're right in the way, it was written. And so what she's doing here? She's pointing this out in the way, and she didn't slam the the the newspaper on everything. But she hits the biggest point what is a newspaper. If it does not have credibility. Look, if you want to have a website, and it's nothing, but opinion, that's one thing. You're free to do that. But it was. It was something that was being called being paraded as journalists and still is today, but the bias you don't have to the one thing. I guess would that would maybe. I don't it doesn't defeat her point. Because this is just I guess further evidence of it somebody who was there and led that paper for years. She was there for what three four two thousand eleven to twenty fourteen. Yeah. So you know, when when you know, somebody that's in on the inside that was there and running that paper. And looking at what's going on? Now. My question would be okay. But what would our incentive be to make these points? You know what I mean? Look New York Times has a very liberal following no news there. She points that out. There's biased everywhere she points that out. That's not news. Except for the fact that it's somebody from the inside confirming it some some some key points here as as we mentioned earlier, she said the talking about the new editor and said that publicly the new editor new not at a new editor didn't want the times to be the opposition party. But his news page news pages were unmistakably anti-trump Abramson rights. Adding the believes the same is true of the Washington Post some headlines contain raw opinion, as it some stories that were labeled as news analysis. What's more? She said citing legendary twentieth century publisher Adolph folks, the more anti-trump the times was perceived to be the more was mistrusted for being bias oaks vowed to cover the news without fear of favor. Sodden like an impossible promise in such a polarized environment. Abram? Described a generational split at the times younger staffers. Many of them in digital jobs favoring an unrestrained assault on the presidency. The more quote woke staff thought that the urgent times called for urgent measures the dangers of Trump's presidency. Obliviated the old standard. She writes Trump claims he is keeping the failing times in business an obvious exaggeration. But the former editor acknowledges, by the way, I'm reading Howard Kurtz here. The former editor acknowledges a Trump bump that saw digital subscriptions in his first six months in office jump by six hundred thousand to two million given its liberal audience. There was an implicit financial reward for the times in running lots of Trump's stories almost all of them negative. They drove big traffic numbers. And despite the blip of cancellations after the election inflated subscription orders to levels, no one inflated. Subscription orders to levels, no one anticipated. That's a quote from her from her particular book. And so what they're saying is look, we're not gonna run new stories. We're we're we're gonna we're gonna run fake news. We're going to pretend they're new stories, but we're gonna make them Pinon. Right. Because we know people will buy it. Yeah. We're not. We're not attempting to sell journalism anymore were were selling opinion. But under the guise of being a new story. And that's the difference. We have no problem with opinionated people. We are our shows opinion. We don't claim that we are doing the same thing that the Wall Street Journal is doing outside of their opinion page, we're not covering the news. We're giving opinion on the news where you get into fake news territory is number one where you don't use your there are two things were you don't use journalistic standards. Were you don't where where you are consistently wrong in using source? And get the story actually wrong, and you continue on that same method of using sources and getting stories that are wrong. The other is when you purposely white a story and get the facts wrong in the story or you cherry pick the facts to lead in a certain direction. And that's where you start getting into opinion where you start cherry picking the facts in order to come to the conclusion that your original narrative of your newspaper is Trump is bad. Therefore any story. We right. We cherry pick the facts in order to get to a particular conclusion that fits our overall narrative. Right. And that is what fake news is when you claim that you're writing news, but you're actually writing opinion. And so that's what she I. I know she's using different words, but she's doing the exact same thing that the journalists are the that the mainstream media I won't say journalists that the mainstream media is claiming is an attack on the first amendment is an attack on the media. When Trump comes out and says fake news. It's. Wrong. It's wrong. It's wrong. Here's Jill Abramson, editor of the New York Times. Former editor in the exact same thing that Trump is I in different words, Johnny worm wrong. Well, and and we've always talked about the fact that look they're capable of doing true journalists. They all are. They choose not to do it. You know, she points out the the the incentive as subscriptions on the digital level of gone up substantially since he's become president. Okay. Great. But you have to ask yourself long term. What would you want? Now, they have a very liberal following. By would like to have a following on both sides. I would like if if I'm someone who's running an organization like this saying, you know, of course, with print going away, slowly, but surely. At at some point in the future. You're looking to build that that online following. And they're charging. So you're going have to offer something that is real that people believe is it enough just to offer this because think about this. What does it say somewhere two million subscribers of? And so, and I thought that number I didn't know what how many they had. But I thought that number was pretty low. I mean, I would think they would have more, you know, maybe maybe twice as much right? But the point being is if those numbers are good while Trump is president. What do you do after Trump is president? He's not going to be president forever. He's got six more years. Tops. Well, and you can you can make the point that you for example, overall in a newspaper if you look at it people just don't want the news. They want the sports they want everything they wanna put it that. Yeah. They they want opinion. They want news. They want sports. They went under they want everything that a newspaper offers sure even a digital subscription when you have Trump elected, and it goes up almost thirty percent, right. Those thirty percent of your digital subscribers are looking for what just Trump news. All right because they weren't with you before. Right. There are only with you when you became anti-trump. Right. So do they stay when Trump has gone, right? What do you do? Because what do you how do you build? Well, then again, if you're feature, but if you're looking at the New York Times saying we gotta worry about today. We can't worry about tomorrow. But I we need the money today. Sure. No. I think that's exactly what you're looking at is the immediate dollar, and we'll worry about that tomorrow. What do we do? But what do how did you build that credibility again? I mean, what if the president comes out at some point? He does declassified the information that the that that is related to this whole Muller thing, and it shows at this entire thing was a setup. It shows that the former administration was doing this and it started out as political opposition research. And then they took it and used it illegally. Imagine something like that. And we've talked about it. Well, as as you've seen a couple of some few publications. I believe national be one of them saying that the new information coming out, especially the last couple of days with gowdy and everything else, you know. They're saying it leaves in the direction that the whole insurance plan was the dossier. Right. And over the break. I mean, they basically got confirmation that it was one of McCain's people that turn the dossier over I don't know that that was that was more confirmation than than it was news new. It was known as widely known or believed. But imagine that it goes to that level. Imagine that the president lays it out and says, you know, what it's time the American people saw all of this. And that's exactly what we find. If you're a news organization that has been, you know, carrying this over and over and.

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"oliver friends" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

14:20 min | 3 years ago

"oliver friends" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Awesome. What's going on? Finally, just just to conclude the story on Jill Abramson, the former New York Times editor and the book that she is writing merchants of truth and talking about the the fake news doesn't say fake news. But in essence says in the headlines, they're using opinion. It's not a new story. It's an it's an opinion and in the actual stories in the New York Times in the Washington Post its opinion that folks is a definition of fake news. When you claim that you're doing fact, but you're doing opinion that is the definition of fake news. And I just thought it's fascinating with the media going nuts about every time. Trump says it saying there's fake news. He wants to get rid of the free press. Well, then you have Joa Abramson former editor of the New York Times come out use different language, but say the exact same thing. It's fake news is their outrage. Right. You know? That's that's the. The reality was it. Who who was the the leftists that said? Oliver friends shut the door. Turn off a teaser. I think it was Maureen Dowd Oliver friends on the left at there's negative. This is back in two thousand sixteen. If there's anything negative circulating about Hillary. They just draw the curtains shut the door turned the TV off, right? Basically had the sand approach, and you can kind of feel that going on here. And yeah, there's a book attached to it. But and we always, you know, point that out that there is a book attached to it. But remember. The book biased Bernard Goldberg, you know, when when the revelation came to him. Through somebody who was basically just a viewer contract tractor work. All right. And he said, you know, and so he pointed out the bias. And then he went back and Bernard Goldberg. He kind of reviewed that situation said. Wow. You know, what you're right in the way, it was written. And so what she's doing here? She's pointing this out in the way, and she didn't slam the the the newspaper on everything. But she hits the biggest point what is the newspaper. If it does not have credibility. Look, if you want to have a website, and it's nothing, but opinion, that's one thing. You're free to do that. But it was. It was something that was being called being paraded as journalists and still is today, but the bias you don't have to the one thing. I guess would that would maybe. I don't it doesn't defeat her point. Because this is just I guess further evidence of it somebody who was there and let that paper for years. She was there for what three four years two thousand eleven to two thousand fourteen. Yeah. So you know, when when you know, somebody that's in on the inside that was there and running that paper. And looking at what's going on? Now. My question would be okay. But what would our incentive be to make these points? You know what I mean? Look. Four times as a very liberal following no news there. She points that out. There's bias everywhere. He points that out. That's not news. Except for the fact that it's somebody from the inside confirming it some some some key points here as as we mentioned earlier, she said the talk about the new editor and said that publicly the new editor new not new didn't want the times to be the opposition party. But his news page news pages were unmistakably anti-trump Abramson rights, adding that she believes the same is true of the Washington Post some headlines contain raw opinion as did some stories that were labeled as news Alice's. What's more? She said citing legendary twentieth century publisher Adolph, folks, the more anti-trump the times was perceived to be the more was mistrusted for being bias to cover. The news without fear of favor. Sodden like an impossible promise in such a polarized environment. Abramson described a generational split at the time. Younger staffers, many of them in digital jobs favoring an unrestrained assault on the presidency. The more quote woke staff thought that the urgent times called for urgent measures the dangers of Trump's presidency. Obliviated the old standard. She writes Trump claims he is keeping the failing times in business an obvious exaggeration. But the former editor acknowledges, by the way, I'm reading Howard Kurtz here. The former editor acknowledges a Trump bump that saw digital subscriptions. It has first six months in office jump by six hundred thousand two million given its liberal audience. There was an implicit financial reward for the times in running lots of Trump's stories almost all of them negative. They drove big traffic numbers. And despite the blip of cancellations after the election inflated subscription orders to levels, no-one inflated subscription orders to levels. No one anticipated. It's a quote from her from her particular book. And so what they're saying is look we're not going to run new stories. We're we're we're gonna we're gonna run fake news. We're going to pretend they're new stories, but we're gonna make them Pinon because we know people will buy it. We're not we're not attempting to sell journalism anymore. We're we're selling opinion. But under the guise of being a new story. And that's the difference. We have no problem with opinionated people. We are our show is opinion. We don't claim that we are doing the same thing that the Wall Street Journal is doing outside of their opinion page, right? We're not covering the news. We're giving opinion on the news where you get into fake news territory is number one where you don't use Durra two things where you don't use journalistic standards. Were you don't where where you are consistently wrong in using sources and get the story actually wrong, and you. You continue on that same method of using sources and getting stories that are wrong. The other is when you purposely write a story and get the facts wrong in the story or you cherry pick the facts to lead in a certain direction. And that's where you start getting into opinion where you start cherry picking the facts in order to come to the conclusion that your original narrative of your newspaper is Trump is bad. Therefore any story, right? We cherry pick the facts in order to get to a particular conclusion that fits our overall narrative. Right. And that's is what fake news is when you claim that you're writing news, but you're actually writing opinion. And so that's what she I. I know she's using different words, but she's doing the exact same thing that the journalists the that the mainstream media I won't say journalists that the mainstream media is claiming is an attack on the first amendment is an attack on the media. When Trump comes out and says fake news. It's wrong. It's wrong. It's wrong. Here's Jill Abramson, editor of the New York Times. Former editor stating the exact same thing that Trump is just in different words. Tell me where I'm wrong. Well, and and we've always talked about the fact that look they're capable of doing true journalists, they all are. They choose not to do it. You know, she points out the the the incentive as subscriptions on the digital level of gone up substantially since he's become president. Okay. Great. But you have to ask yourself long term. What would you want? Now, they have a very liberal following. I would like to have a following on both sides. I would like if I'm someone who's running an organization like this saying, you know, of course, with print going away, slowly, but surely. At some point in the future. You're looking to build that that online following. And they're charging. So you're going to have to offer something that is real that people believe. Is it enough just to offer this because think about this? What does it say somewhere two million subscribers? And I thought that number. I didn't know what how many they had. But I thought that number was pretty low. I mean, I would think they would have more, you know, maybe maybe twice as much right? But the point being is if those numbers are good while Trump is president. What do you do after Trump is president? He's not going to be president forever. He's got six more years. Tops. Well, and you can you can make the point that you're for example, overall in a newspaper if you look at it people just don't want the news. They want the sports they want everything they do want to put it. Yeah. They they want opinion. They want news. They want sports. They went under they want everything that a newspaper offers Cher even a digital subscription when you have Trump elected. And it goes up almost thirty percent, right. Those thirty percent of your digital subscribers are looking for what just Trump news because they weren't with you before right there only with you when you became anti-trump. Right. So do they stay when Trump has gone, right? What do you do? Because what do you how do you build? Well, then again, if you're, but if you're looking at the New York Times saying we gotta worry about today. We can't worry about tomorrow. But I I it we need the money today. Sure. No. I think that's exactly what what they're looking at is the immediate dollar, and we'll worry about that tomorrow. What do we do? But what do how do you build that credibility again? I mean, what if the president comes out at some point? He does declassified the information that the that that is related to this whole Muller thing, and it shows at this entire thing was a setup. It shows that the former administration was doing this and it started out as political opposition research. And then they took it and used it illegally. Imagine something like that. And we've talked about it. Well, as as you've seen a couple of some of few publications, I believe national be one of them saying that the new information coming out, especially the last couple of days with gowdy and everything else. You know, they're saying it leaves in the direction that the whole insurance plan was the dossier. Right. And over the break. I mean, they basically got confirmation that it was one McCain's people that turn the dossier over I don't know that that was that was more confirmation than than it was news new because it was known as widely known or believed. But imagine that it goes to that level. Imagine that the president lays it out and says, you know, what it's time the American people saw all of this. And that's exactly what we find. If you're a news organization that has been, you know, carrying this over and over and over and over and over again what she's pointing out here is is this lack of credibility. And when you lose that it goes away. Let me ask you. I mean, it goes in it doesn't come back. I I believe that part of the response will be well, wait a minute when you were running the New York Times, it was also fake news. By. Oh, yeah. Unless you're fourteen right? But it has changed because of Trump. Yes, it's become something different. Look the bias is one thing and we've seen that for a long time, and it was around long before Trump. But when you have exactly what she's pointing out here. This activism, not just bias. It's activism. Right. And she's saying it talking about the activism of the the woke. Yes. The the an uses the term woke. But isn't it fascinating? That for all the outrage of the media of Trump's Saint fake news. And it's attack on the first amendment. And it's not true. It's false. It's false. It's false. It's false. And the former editor of the New York Times the bastion of liberal thought. Yes. The gospel of of of democrat current of current events were they go to the former editor saying, hey, Washington Post in us. Hey, fake news. Right. Right. Well, because the left has been especially over the past few days, the Washington Post and the the the piece by Mitt Romney. As if the Washington, and I don't know this. But I have to believe it reeks of something someone in the newsroom going. Hey, we've got a very prominent former candidate for president of the United States prominence Republican going against the route going against the Republican president. Ooh. This is good. Not knowing full. Well, what the conservatives have thought about Mitt Romney for a long time. You know? And the point is is that they thought that was a hit piece. No, if you wanna talk about somebody just shedding the light on it. Look at this piece when she says she was their leading this paper for three years at least. And she's saying it was fake news. That's a big deal because it's not as she points out. Just the times it's the post, and of course, we can throw in however, many others. I.

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"All across America. Eight six six ninety redeye he is Eric Harley, and I'm Gary McNamara while so much going on. Finally, just just to conclude destroy on Jill Abramson, the former New York Times editor and the book that she is writing merchants of truth and talking about the the fake news doesn't say fake news. But in essence says in the headlines, they're using opinion. It's not a new story. It's an it's an opinion and in the actual stories in the New York Times in the Washington Post its opinion that folks is a definition of fake news. When you claim that you're doing fact, but you're doing opinion that is the definition of fake news. And I just thought it's fast with the media going nuts about every time. Trump says, hey, saying there's fake news. He wants to get rid of the free press. Well, then you have Jill Abramson, former editor of the New York Times come out use different language, but say the exact same thing. It's fake news is our outrage. You know? That's that's the. The reality was it. Was who was the the leftists? That said Oliver friends shut the door turn off a cheesy. Maureen doubt, I think it was Maureen Dowd Oliver friends on the left at there's negative. This is back in two thousand sixteen. If there's anything negative circulating about Hillary. They just draw the curtains shut the door turned the TV off, right? Basically had the sand approach, and you can kind of feel that going on here. And yeah, there's a book attached to it. But and we always point that out that there is a book attached to it. But remember the the book biased Bernard Gobert? You know, when when the revelation came to him through somebody who was basically just a viewer a contract with high tractor work. All right. And he said, you know, and so he pointed out the the bias. And then he went back and Bernard Goldberg. He kind of reviewed that situation said. Wow. You know, what you're right in the way, it was written. And so what she's doing here? She's pointing this out in the way, and she didn't slam the the the newspaper on everything. But she hits the biggest point what is a newspaper. If it does not have credibility. Look, if you want to have a website, and it's nothing, but opinion, that's one thing. You're free to do that. But it was. It was something that was being the called being paraded as journalists and still is today, but the bias you don't have to. But the one thing I guess would that would maybe. I don't it doesn't defeat her point. Because this is just. I guess further evidence of it somebody who was there and let that paper for years. She was there for what three four two thousand eleven to two thousand fourteen. Yeah. So you know, when when you know, somebody that's on the inside that was there and running that paper and looking at what's going on. Now. My question would be okay. But what would our incentive be to make these points? You know what I mean? Look your times has a very liberal following no news there. She points that out. There's bias everywhere points that out. That's not news. Except for the fact that it's somebody from the inside confirming it some some some key points here as as we mentioned earlier, she said the talked about the new editor and said that publicly the new editor new not new editor didn't want the times to be the opposition party. But his news page news pages were unmistakably anti-trump Abramson rights, adding the cheap believes the same is true of the Washington Post some headlines contain raw Indian as it some stories that were labeled as news analysis. What's more? She said citing legendary twentieth century publisher Adolph, folks, the more anti-trump the times was perceived to be the more was mistrusted for being bias, oats vow to cover. The news without fear of favor. Sodden like an impossible promise in such a polarized environment. Abram? Simpson described a generational split at the times younger staffers. Many of them in digital jobs favoring an unrestrained assault on the presidency. The more quote woke staff thought that the urgent times called for urgent measures the dangers of Trump's presidency obliviated, the old standards. She writes Trump claims he is keeping the failing times in business an obvious exaggeration. But the former editor acknowledges, by the way, I'm reading Howard Kurtz here. The former editor acknowledges a Trump bump that saw digital subscriptions in his first six months in office jump by six hundred thousand to two million given its liberal audience. There was an implicit financial reward for the times in running lots of Trump's stories almost all of them negative. They drove big traffic numbers. And despite the blip of cancellations after the election inflated subscription orders to levels, no one inflated. Subscription orders to levels, no one anticipated. That's a quote from her from her particular book. And so what they're saying is look, we're not gonna run news stories. We're we're we're gonna we're gonna run fake news. We're gonna pretend they're new stories, but we're gonna make them Pinon. Right. Because we know people will buy it. Yeah. We're not sell. We're not attempting to sell journalism anymore were were selling opinion. But under the guise of being a new story. And that's the difference. We have no problem with opinionated people. We are our show shows opinion, we don't claim that we are doing the same thing that the Wall Street Journal is doing outside of their opinion page, right? We're not covering the news. We're giving opinion on the news where you get into fake news territory is number one where you don't use Durra two things were you don't use journalistic standards. Were you don't where where you are consistently wrong in using source? And get the story actually wrong, and you continue on that same method of using sources and getting stories that are wrong. The other is when you purposely write a story and get the facts wrong in the story or you cherry pick the facts to lead in a certain direction. And that's where you start getting into opinion where you start cherry picking the facts in order to come to the conclusion that your original narrative of your newspaper is Trump is bad. Therefore any story. We right. We cherry pick the facts in order to get to a particular conclusion that fits our overall narrative. Right. And that's is what fake news is when you claim that you're writing news, but you're actually writing opinion. And so that's what she I. I know she's using different words, but she's doing the exact same thing that the journalists are the that the mainstream media I won't say journalists that the mainstream media is claiming is an attack on the first amendment is an attack on the media. When Trump comes out and says fake news. It's. Wrong. It's wrong. It's wrong. Here's Jill Abramson, editor of the New York Times. Former editor stating the exact same thing that Trump is. In different words, Johnny I'm wrong. Well, and we've always talked about the fact that look they're capable of doing true journalists. They all are. They choose not to do it. You know, she points out the the the incentive as subscriptions on the digital level have gone up substantially since he's become president. Okay. Great. But you have to ask yourself long term. What would you want? Now, they have a very liberal following. I would like to have a following on both sides. I would like to if if I'm someone who's running an organization like this saying, you know, of course, with print going away, slowly, but surely. At at at some point in the future. You're looking to build that that online following. And they're charging. So you're gonna have to offer something that is real that people believe. Is it enough just to offer this because think about this? What does it say somewhere two million subscribers? And I thought that number. I didn't know what how many they had right? I thought that number was pretty low. I mean, I would think they would have more. You know, maybe maybe twice as much right? But the point being is if those numbers are good while Trump is president. What do you do after Trump is president? He's not going to be president forever. He's got six more years tops. Well, and you can you can make the point that for example, overall in a newspaper if you look at it people just don't want the news. They want the sports they want everything they do want put it that. Yeah. They want opinion. They want news. They want sports. They went under they want everything that a newspaper offers sure even a digital subscription when you have Trump elected, and it goes up almost thirty percent, right. Those thirty percent of your digital subscribers are looking for what just Trump news. All right because they weren't with you before they're only with you when you became anti-trump. Right. So do they stay when Trump has gone, right? What do you do? Because what are you? How do you build? Well, then again, if you're feature, but if you're looking at the New York Times saying we gotta worry about today. We can't worry about tomorrow. But I we need the money today. Sure. No. I think that's exactly what what they're looking at is the immediate dollar, and we'll worry about that tomorrow. What do we do? But what do how do you build that credibility again? I mean, what if the president comes out at some point? He does declassify information that the that that is related to this whole Muller thing, and it shows at this entire thing was a setup. It shows that the former administration was doing this and it started out as political opposition research. And then they took it and used it illegally. Imagine something like that. And we've talked about it. Well, as as you've seen a couple of some of you publications, I believe national re one of them saying that the new information coming out, you know, especially the last couple of days with gowdy and everything else, you know, they're saying it leaves in the direction that the whole insurance plan was the dossier. Right. And over the break. I mean, they basically got confirmation that it was one McCain's people that turn the dossier over I don't know that that was that was more confirmation than than it was news new. It was known as widely known or believed. But imagine that it goes to that level. Imagine that the president lays it out and says, you know, what it's time the American people saw all of this. And that's exactly what we find. If you're a news organization that has been, you know, carrying this over and over and over and over and over again what she's pointing out here is is this lack of credibility. And when you lose that it goes away. Let me ask you. I mean, he goes in. It doesn't come back. I I believe that part of the response will be we'll wait a minute when you were running the New York Times. It was also fake news. By. Oh, yeah. Unless you're fourteen right? But it has changed because of Trump. Yes, it's become something different. Look the bias is one thing and we've seen that for a long time, and it was around long before Trump. But when you have exactly what she's pointing out here. This activism, not just bias. It's activism. Right. And she's saying it talking about the activism of the younger the woke. Yes. The and uses the term woke. But isn't it fascinating?.

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