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Economy bigger priority than punishing Russia: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 14 hrs ago

Economy bigger priority than punishing Russia: AP-NORC poll

"A poll suggests Americans are becoming less supportive of punishing Russia for the Ukraine invasion if the U.S. economy suffers as a result The president is heading home from Asia where he again pushed for allies to make Russia pay a price for the war World has to deal with it And we are And while broad support for American sanctions has not faltered there is a shift in prioritizing them over the domestic economy In AP norc center for public affairs research poll finds 51% of Americans want the focus on limiting economic damage 45% say the priority should be sanctioning Russia as effectively as possible Those numbers were exactly reversed last month and the shift reflects rising anxiety over inflation and other challenges at home Sagar Meghani Washington

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More turn to UK food banks as food and fuel bills soar

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 17 hrs ago

More turn to UK food banks as food and fuel bills soar

"In Britain more are turning to food banks as food and fuel bills saw For many struggling families older people and the homeless one food hub in East London has been a lifeline since the COVID-19 pandemic hit Britain volunteers have been collecting surplus groceries from stores and distributing them to people who can't afford to buy food while the virus threat has now faded the need for food banks in Britain has soared Skyrocketing energy and food bills are pushing millions into financial hardship the cost of food and fuel has risen sharply too with inflation reaching 9% in April the highest in 40 years Charles De Ledesma London

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 AP-NORC poll: Economy grows as priority on Russia response

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 22 hrs ago

AP-NORC poll: Economy grows as priority on Russia response

"Americans rising anxiety about the economy is replacing sanctions against Russia as a top priority I'm Jennifer King with an AP report According to a new poll by The Associated Press and the nor center for public affairs research 51% of U.S. adults say the nation's priority should be limiting damage to the U.S. economy while 45% say effective sanctions against Russia are more important That's down from April when 55% said punishing Russia for invading Ukraine was the top priority so while the pole finds that broad support for Ukraine and U.S. sanctions has not faltered the balance of opinion on prioritizing sanctions over the economy has shifted 54% of Americans disapprove of Biden's handling of the U.S. relationship with Russia while 45% approve figures

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US births rose last year but still less than before pandemic

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

US births rose last year but still less than before pandemic

"The birth rate in the United States remains well below the rates from before the pandemic The birth rate in 2020 was its lowest in nearly 50 years It went up by 1% in 2021 still below pre-pandemic numbers The lead author of a CDC report on births in 2021 says much of the increase was among older mothers and women who postpone pregnancy plans because of the uncertainty surrounding the early days of the pandemic with the largest increase 5% among women in their late 30s There were nearly 3.7 million births last year up about 100,000 from 2020 The rates rose for both Hispanic and white women but fell for Asian black Native American and Alaska native women I'm Tim McGuire

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Arizona's Gubernatorial Candidate Karrin Taylor-Robson on Inflation

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:17 min | 1 d ago

Arizona's Gubernatorial Candidate Karrin Taylor-Robson on Inflation

"About inflation as well. Huge issue here in Arizona, rents are going up. You said 40% year over year. Year over year in the class C apartments, which are the lowest priced apartment rents. That's always the bell weather. And when those prices start coming up, people are getting priced out of any type of housing. And on the single-family homes, we have about two weeks supply in the Phoenix market. So it is a seller's market right now. And that's why prices are going up the way they are. And, you know, I am a free market capitalist. This is about supply and demand. We have more people moving to Arizona and we can't deliver fast enough to the market because it's not just the rising prices or part of the reason that we're having the rising prices is we can't get the supplies. You can't get Windows. You can't get toilets. You can't, you know, our home builders could sell more houses, but they can't build them. Not only can they not get supplies, but they don't have the workers to build the houses. So it's quite a conundrum. And it's going to take a while to work itself out. And then you add on top of that, inflation. And energy prices, which is leading to the inability to have a functioning supply chain. It's a mess. And I lay the blame right at the feet of Joe Biden in this administration. And Phoenix, you could say with groceries and gas, rent, I mean, it's 40 to 45% more expensive this year than last year. And

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Biden says monkeypox cases something to "be concerned about"

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Biden says monkeypox cases something to "be concerned about"

"President Biden is trying to ease fears about recent cases of monkeypox The disease is rarely identified outside Africa but as a Friday there were 80 cases worldwide including at least two in the U.S. and a presumptive case being investigated in South Florida Yesterday the president said the virus is something to be concerned about as today in Tokyo whether he sees the need for strict quarantine measures I just don't think it rises to the level of the kind of concern that existed with COVID-19 The president says the smallpox vaccine works for monkeypox too but does the U.S. have enough on hand to handle a monkeypox spread I think we do have enough to deal with the likelihood of the problem Sagar Meghani Washington

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Beijing extends work-from-home order as COVID-19 cases rise

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Beijing extends work-from-home order as COVID-19 cases rise

"Beijing has extended orders for workers and students to stay home and ordered additional mass testing as cases of COVID-19 again rise in the Chinese capital Numerous residential compounds in Beijing have restricted movement in and out although conditions remain far less severe than in Shanghai where millions of citizens have been under varying degrees of lockdown for two months Beijing has reported an uptick in cases to 99 rising from a previous daily average of around 50 Meanwhile Shanghai is reported the 480,000 people are still confined to their homes I'm Charles De

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At least 1 killed, 23 hurt in rare northern Michigan tornado

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

At least 1 killed, 23 hurt in rare northern Michigan tornado

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting at least one person is dead 23 injured in a northern Michigan tornado It's very windy It's the start of one It is one A rare tornado ripped through Gaylord Michigan Friday leaving a path of destruction in which at least one person was killed and at least 23 were injured Gaylord is a city of about 4200 people roughly 230 miles northwest of Detroit Rose Oh my God Things are fine Multiple homes and businesses were damaged Video posted on social media showed extensive damage along Gaylord's Main Street Jim keysor a Gaylord based meteorologist with the national weather service said extreme winds are rare in that part of Michigan because the Great Lakes normally suck energy out of such storms I'm Mike Gracia

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Sen. Josh Hawley Fights Energy Secretary Over Rising Gas Prices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 4 d ago

Sen. Josh Hawley Fights Energy Secretary Over Rising Gas Prices

"The energy secretary, Jennifer grantham, tried to claim that none of the Democrat policies have contributed to the gas price crisis we're in. None of the Biden policy she claimed had anything to do with the price of gasoline. You got to hear this. This is classic stuff. And this is why I love somebody like senator Josh hawley. A fighter, a bruiser, he's sharp elbow, takes no prisoners. He's the kind of warrior we're going to need if we have a chance of saving our country. Listen to this exchange between senator Josh hawley and the energy secretary yesterday on Capitol Hill. Coming out of COVID. So what explains the increase between January and August? Coming out of COVID coming out of COVID, there was an increase in demand because people were driving again. When there was no demand, the prices dropped. That is a basic law of economics. The price is dropping. I have to say, madam secretary with all due respect, your answers are insulting. And they are insulting to the people of Missouri who are looking for action. Now, you said two months ago, your department was on war footing. What are you doing to bring down the price of gasoline, which has been going up consistently since you took office? The price of gasoline is derived from the price of oil, the price of oil is at a $110 a barrel. What are you doing? Sir, if you could let me finish.

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 More Americans apply for jobless benefits last week

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 d ago

More Americans apply for jobless benefits last week

"The number of Americans collecting unemployment benefits has reached a 53 year low The Labor Department reports 1 million 317,000 people receive jobless benefits during the week ending May 7th That's the fewest since December 27th 1969 Applications for unemployment rose by 21,000 last week to 218,000 Weekly unemployment applications have been consistently below the pre-pandemic level of 225,000 for most of this year even as the overall economy contracted in the first quarter and

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Michele Bachmann Explains the Extreme Dangers to America's Sovereignty

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:11 min | 6 d ago

Michele Bachmann Explains the Extreme Dangers to America's Sovereignty

"Now. The dean of the Robertson school of government for regent university and she is my guest. Michelle bachmann, welcome. Thank you so much and also a longtime friend to Eric my taxes. Honored to think so. I have to say, you have been in public life for a long time. You get in the weeds on this stuff. I just, I can't bear sometimes to look at it. What I have been hearing from you and others regarding this issue, it seems like a kind of madness. Somebody must be making it up. It can't be true. Tell us what is going on. Well, that is the biggest problem right now because people can't believe that this could be possible. But then just say to yourself, what have we lived through for the last two and a half years where Congress didn't vote on mask mandate. Congress did vote on lockdowns. Conference Congress didn't vote on suspending rent for rent control issues. They didn't vote mandate vaccines. None of those votes were taken. It was all under the auspices of emergency powers that the Biden administration, whether it was Rachel walensky at the Centers for Disease Control or Doctor Fauci or doctor burps. Pronouncements were made. It was just a press release or a press conference, and we were all told, oh, this is law. We were told that we had to comply as though it was law. When it wasn't long, it was emergency action. So what's happening? I set that up because what's happening is that level of rising authoritarianism and a denial of our civil liberties, the last two years in America by American health officials, that level of authoritarianism, decision making, under the Biden amendments, if they pass a Geneva Switzerland May 22nd to 28th, would transfer American sovereignty and the sovereignty all nations over the world over our healthcare decisions from our nation over to the director general of the World Health Organization. That's

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Blaze Media: U.S. Households Are Spending $5,000 a Year on Gas

Mark Levin

01:01 min | 6 d ago

Blaze Media: U.S. Households Are Spending $5,000 a Year on Gas

"American households are spending $5000 a year on gas As prices rise and economic woes worsen this is blaze media as well Your Denny research concluded that Americans are paying considerably more at the pump this year gee we didn't know They estimate Americans were spending a mere $2800 last year Now you're spending $5000 Actually I'm surprised at it won't be it isn't more And it will be more It's going to be a lot more And they even point out when you look at inflation and so forth despite the consumer price index surging by 8.3 in April A massive technology sell off retail sales rose 8.2% That's going to come to an end too Because that's what happens in the course of a recession that could actually be worse than

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Will the 2024 Republican Presidential Field Be Trump vs Everybody?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:37 min | 6 d ago

Will the 2024 Republican Presidential Field Be Trump vs Everybody?

"No, I want to turn to The Washington Post column I have up this morning over at the landing page. Trump hovers, but the numbers of his likely rival grows. I divide would be 2024 people into three bags, ultra maga, maga light, and everybody else. And a few candidates like Ron DeSantis, Tom cotton, Mike Pompeo, Rick Scott, Tim Scott, Ted Cruz. They can do all three of those groups. What do you think about my general categories? Those are people like youngkin and Nikki Haley. And everybody else, Chris Christie, who's coming up next hour and Mike Pence and people like that. Fair enough tax hominy, taxonomy. I think it's a useful text on me. I kind of look at the erasers divided into two candidates or two groups. One is Trump than everybody. Everybody is. Yes, that's true. And so so much rise on what president Trump decides to do in 2024. I think he's leaning toward running at the moment, but that could change. If his president Trump, he likes to change his mind, I am provided. But I think it's important for the other candidates you mentioned here not to be deterred by the prospect of a Trump candidacy. If you really believe that this is your moment, the calling to call has arrived and that you can offer the country a successful presidency, you should run and you should be prepared to run against Donald Trump.

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Retail sales rise 0.9% in April as consumers show resilience

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Retail sales rise 0.9% in April as consumers show resilience

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Who Is the Front Runner in the PA Senate Primary?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:23 min | Last week

Who Is the Front Runner in the PA Senate Primary?

"Is Dave McCormick going to be able to win with a closing kick tomorrow in the Pennsylvania GOP Senate primary as I have judged him the only Republican capable of beating John fetterman in the fall. Well, you're right. He is the only candidate to beat fetterman in the poll. I don't know, did you see yesterday to John fetterman have stroke? I did. I saw this morning his comments that he's fully recovered and no mental damage. And that is good news. Yeah, I chatted with, yeah, he's fine. But anyways, so I had thought all along that McCormick would pull it out, even when Trump endorsed Oz, even when Trump came in and held his rally, which had less than a thousand people at it. And but then he went scorched earth on McCormick. And when he went scorched earth on the cormick, Oz rally was used that as an ad in the net drove up McCormick's negatives, which he had barely any that made Barnett run and she rose up last week, like an insurgent candidate tends to do, but I think she peaked Wednesday and started to fall under the scrutiny.

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Buttigieg sends $5B to cities for safety as road deaths soar

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Buttigieg sends $5B to cities for safety as road deaths soar

"The the the the bike bike bike bike did did did did that that that that inspiration inspiration inspiration inspiration is is is is sending sending sending sending cities cities cities cities billions billions billions billions of of of of dollars dollars dollars dollars in in in in aid aid aid aid to to to to deal deal deal deal with with with with soaring soaring soaring soaring traffic traffic traffic traffic deaths deaths deaths deaths figures figures figures figures being being being being released released released released this this this this week week week week are are are are expected expected expected expected to to to to show show show show another another another another big big big big jump jump jump jump in in in in traffic traffic traffic traffic deaths deaths deaths deaths through through through through last last last last year year year year a a a a trend trend trend trend that that that that began began began began with with with with the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic they they they they had had had had dropped dropped dropped dropped three three three three straight straight straight straight years years years years before before before before that that that that deaths deaths deaths deaths among among among among pedestrians pedestrians pedestrians pedestrians and and and and cyclists cyclists cyclists cyclists have have have have been been been been rising rising rising rising faster faster faster faster than than than than those those those those within within within within vehicles vehicles vehicles vehicles the the the the administration administration administration administration is is is is steering steering steering steering five five five five billion billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars dollars to to to to cities cities cities cities and and and and localities localities localities localities that that that that pledge pledge pledge pledge to to to to promote promote promote promote safety safety safety safety on on on on roads roads roads roads for for for for all all all all users users users users three three three three things things things things like like like like rumble rumble rumble rumble strips strips strips strips to to to to slow slow slow slow down down down down traffic traffic traffic traffic bike bike bike bike paths paths paths paths and and and and wider wider wider wider sidewalks sidewalks sidewalks sidewalks saga saga saga saga remained remained remained remained Ghani Ghani Ghani Ghani Washington Washington Washington Washington

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The Federalist: Corporate Media Celebrates Rise of Transgenders Craze

Mark Levin

01:48 min | Last week

The Federalist: Corporate Media Celebrates Rise of Transgenders Craze

"There's a piece in the federalist Which seems to have gone all George McGovern when it comes to foreign policy I can't control it you know it's the way it is Corporate media celebrates the exponential rise of transgender craze that helped create the very good article by Casey chalk Which came out today Now here's the thing I discussed this at some level The other night And what I said is the media are not just the mouthpieces Of the American Marxist movements The media are part of it The media are immersed in it Most of these people graduated from the same schools as the politicians that they like In other words the same indoctrination not the same exact schools and talking about the same Ideological type of education So some of them went into media some of them went into politics some of them went into the bureaucracy Some of them went into teaching and on and on and on And so there's a very good piece because what Casey points out is that all of a sudden we have this huge rise In people who identify as transgender according to a Gallup poll released earlier this year The percentage of American adults self identifying as something other than heterosexual has increased to 7.1% Double the percentage from 2012 when Gallup first measured their statistics Almost 21% of Generation Z young adults born between 1997 and 2003 Identify as LGBT

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Andy Posner: Nominal Wage Increases Aren't Helping Rising Costs

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | Last week

Andy Posner: Nominal Wage Increases Aren't Helping Rising Costs

"But on the other front there's not much else Andy going in a great direction here We've got the producer price index exploding you know producers and wholesalers paying more for inputs before they produce outputs You've got labor for labor force participation going down And most devastating of all something you've commented on I follow you on social media Is the decreasing power of your earnings Andy you might be getting a nominal raise in your paycheck but your paycheck ain't going as far anymore as it was in the Trump administration No not at all A simple way to think about it is if inflation is 8% so if you had a $100 there it's worth $8 less you're now down to $92 but you got a 5% raise so you go up to $97 Well you're still $3 short So for Biden to be out there talking about how their wages are increasing What he's talking about is nominal wages which is the number on your paycheck which everybody loves to see that get bigger But the problem is if you go to the gas station or you go to the grocery store all of a sudden you realize that even though the number was bigger you're able to buy less And that's really what we're experiencing in America right now And by the way you mentioned the unemployment rate going down Which is good But the unemployment rate will go down automatically if labor participation decreases Nobody has to get shot If there's fewer people in the labor force unemployment will go down We're still not even where we were on the number of jobs We're not where we're going into the pandemic There are still fewer jobs than when the pandemic started So this administration is truly a failure in every respect economically And just about every other respect but we're talking about the economy so limited to that

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"p. rose" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

07:38 min | 3 months ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"Hey, what's up with Emily? And everyone knows how important music is in my life. Probably the only thing I put above that is my health. And that is why I live by advance a health. Music is always changing. Why has it our healthcare model changed in a century? Well, now it has with live. Live as a healthcare practice that provides complete women's health and wellness. It's all in one place, from primary care to mental health, so important. And gynecology to obstetrics live understands these are all connected and important to you. With live, you'll have a care team that works together with you to personalize a wellness plan around your distinct knees and goals. They're innovative care model puts you at the center. Making it so easy to start out healthy and stay that way. So how does live work? Leave is a membership based practice in the heart of D.C. that prioritizes your experience. 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What question would you most like answered? Oh my goodness. Does everyone always say like, what happens after you die? Yeah, pretty much. But it is kind of. I don't want to know. I don't want to know. What question do you most not want answered? I don't want to know what happens when you die. Jesus. I mean, I'm petrified of death at awful. I don't want it to happen. Dip is unacceptable. It is an unacceptable premise because it's accepting the absence of something. You can not accept the absence of an experience. Do you know what I mean? I can accept it's going to rain. Oh, I have to accept the fact that I will not have the capabilities to accept anything anymore. It's like a freaking paradox. Like, what are you talking about? I think it would be worse to be told because I don't think anything happens. I think maybe something happens with the energy in your body because I was raised by hippies. You know, that goes somewhere, but you're not like, you know, able to do anything with it. It's probably like the end of 2001 space on a seal or something. But if I knew what happened after death, I would be such a shit human now. I'd be like, oh, fuck it. Oh, I can kick it. And oh, what am I trying to be a good person here? Oh, God. No, whatever. I'm trying to think of things I genuinely want to know. I would like to know where eels come from. Do you know about eels? Tell me. I mean, look, I read a headline. I didn't read the whole article, but I've read something like rumor has it. Eels, no one knows where they go. They don't know where they come from. They don't know that they bring what do you mean? What do you mean? They don't know. Where the Frick, these eels are going. Okay, I'm Googling this shit right now. Where do eels come? It's literally no one knows. Okay, hold on. Check it out. Honestly. Listen, the new scientist, you're absolutely right. How a baby eels made, we still don't know. So let me ask you this. You don't know want to know what happens with death because you don't want death to happen and you're annoyed by that. But you're not annoyed by eels, you would like to know where they come from. So are you quite conditional about the magic that you want an answer for? Yeah, basically. You know what? And even in saying that I want to know what eels come from, I don't. I honestly, you know what? If you go to secrets of cake, keeping it for a reason. We don't need to know everything. Look, there must be some mystery left in this world. Embrace the unknown for God's sake. I wish I knew what I should not want to know. Do you know what I mean? Yeah, and just exert and just go out. Which must have been basically everybody in the dark ages. It's like, oh my God, yeah. What is that white light in the sky? I'll never know what that thing at night is the big round silver thing. Bizarre. Don't need to know. It's on a need to know basis. And honey, you are not on the list. You are not on the list. But no, yeah, I think that knowing what happens after you die. It sucks. It sucks. I don't know that it would make now any better that's the only thing. I don't think it was. I don't think it would change, because we can't stop. I'd rather know how to stop. The dying thing. Oh, God that'd be brilliant. I would even take knowing how to stop worrying about dying thing. That's good. Because to worry about something that is not in your control is irrational, and that's the worst thing about being human and being capable of understanding your own death. We've been cursed with the ability to know that we will one day die. And it's like, it can be a kind of galvanizing energy. Well, I was going to say, I would be extremely unmotivated. If I didn't worry about death so much, that's true. That's so freaking true. Actually, you know what? That's a really good point. Death. The great motivator. Momentum all right. Get off your ass, bitch. Exactly. Okay, slightly more in the here and now, but also to do with death, what would be your last meal? Thank you so much for asking. Yes, I welcome. I think about this often because mainly I got really obsessed with the last meals of serial killers on death row for a while. You know, my son was also very interested in that. It's usually fried chicken. If I were on family feuds, that would be number one that I would make everybody say. Always fried chicken. All I think often the default meal if you don't ask is something is like a roast beef dinner or something. I think Ted Bundy didn't eat his or something like that. I don't know. I need to stop reading about this kind of stuff. One guy just chose one single P, that's weird. I mean, that's the most annoying. How can you be annoying all the way up to? I think you can. Yeah, one pee. So wait, do you then compare what you would like to.

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"p. rose" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

05:29 min | 3 months ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"All right, angel, I'm gonna crack on. Okay. First question. When and where were you happiest? I don't know many of your other guests have difficulty like identifying when they are happy. I feel like happiness is like that thing. For me, that happens peripherally, where it's like, oh, oh, yeah. And you kind of watch it kind of past you by. And I'm the worst at living in the moment. That concept doesn't exist for me. It's like, every moment is either near future or just recent past. There is nothing about living in the moment. Or I'm trying to get away from it. Maybe stuck in the moment. I want to get away from that. Let that be the past. This now has got to be the past, really fucking fast. Really, really fast. So then I can dwell on it. I love dwelling. I live on the part. I dwell in the past. It's my House is my home and a mortgage in it. But there are very rare moments where I'm very calm and aware of my surroundings and where I'm just being happy and relaxed. I think the last time I happened was it was locked down last year. I came back from London to New Zealand to watch the world in I suppose, you know, figure out what I'm going to do with my life. I don't have a family home in New Zealand or anything. But my nan does. And so I live with my man when I go back to New Zealand. So I live with her for quite a few months. And it was just me and her. And it wasn't hints, but there was an afternoon where I was like, in her backyard. And it was sunny, which is the best nanny, but she was like, I'll put the hammer cut for your rows, and she made me sit in the hammock and she furnishes me with all this stuff. And then she brought over a radio that was like, it was like a crank radio. A crank radio that was a crank radio, which is also a torch. Oh, it's an emergency. It's emergency. And if in radio, nothing. Great. That's the happiest I've been in so long in a hammock with a crank radio. Yeah. Playing like seals and crofts. I've got the taste of like a 60 year old man when it comes to music. It's that kind of era like yacht rock, you know? Yeah, Kenny Loggins, all that Michael McDonald. Oh my God, give me some Michael McDonald. Give me some little rubber band or something, you know, I'm honestly the oldest person alive and my body currently. I think it's that feeling very safe, relaxed. And I don't know if I'm very much an extrovert, but I love that feeling of having someone in the other room posturing. I love that feeling. I love that too. I think that goes back to childhood. I really do. The complete safety. Because it was before we knew that there was absolutely nothing they could do to stop the apocalypse if it were to happen. But when you're a child, you think that they could. Exactly. The sound of a radio playing in a different room as well. And like the sound of someone just doing chores. Tinkering away is so lovely. No, I agree. You know, it's so funny, my dad had some depression later in his life. And when I asked him what he did to combat it, he said, well, you know, the first thing I do in the morning is go downstairs and put the radio on and then go back upstairs so I can hear it from upstairs. And it sort of broke my heart, but I actually do it now even when I'm not depressed. It's the idea that there is proof of life somewhere in the house. Totally, I listen to New Zealand radio in London, and I feel immediately just calm because it reminds me of my nan's house and when my granddad passed away. Her sister was like, keep the radio on. She was just like, put the radio on all the time. It's going to feel like someone's in the house. And she just did it. I think it's really interesting. That idea of quite literally tuning into a frequency to go okay, I can sort of be there and it becomes a companion. It becomes a tether to reality totally. It's pure comfort. It's really interesting. I rely on my kitchen radio. Yeah, it's like the thing of like looking at the moon and then someone else looking at the same moon as white people watch television and why people go to the cinema and why people listen to that shared experience. It's not the same if you put a playlist on. It's like there's something so specific and weirdly unifying about that, isn't it? Completely. So maybe it's about the creation of community because we're also bleeding isolated. I think so. There's things that make us feel even in our isolation. You're still alone when the radius on, but you're also not. It's a feeling of going, oh my God, I'm alive at the same time as you. That always blows my mind sometimes, you know? And I'm like, it's kind of incredible when you look around anyone, everyone, you're like, oh my God, we're alive at the same time. What are the odds? What are the chances? What are the chances that we are alive at the same time? I love somebody did the liberties and so I like, you know, I always get gutted. Because there's been so many people and human history and the universe. It is bizarre that you and I are alive at the same time. It's a very cool astonishing thing. I don't think people realize. I know. You have, I mean, this is an insult, but I think that you have quite a lot of stone thoughts completely sober. You function at a really stoned level of thinking. A lot of the time, it's so true. And it's one of the things I love most about you because like you're not smoking weed when we're working and having these conversations. I'm not. No, no, no. But with the backdrop, you know, watching the present moment go by as if it were a barge on a river whilst listening to Michael McDonald. Well, marveling that you're alive at the same time as all the people on that barge. I fucking love you. Oh my God. Don't do drugs kids just be stoned sober, you know? Just do a lot of overthinking..

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"p. rose" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

04:50 min | 7 months ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"So the pacing faster. And it's like well you know because you're dealing with two thousand five storytelling versus storytelling in the seventies and the eighties. So it's going to be different. Now and into jesse's you know doctor who fans are used to new companions having to learn about the tartus that there's always that moment where the new companion walks in like you know so it's not you know we. It's something we're used to. We're not that's not. That's not drugging down the story. All right all right. So i'm gonna yeah. Nine hundred. Ten vials of anti plastic race says unanimous from all of us all right so we did get some listener email. so jesse. Did you want to read the long or the short one. I have both of them up. But i have not clicked on either one see are too so you tell me which one you want me to read. Well you probably would like to read holly so go ahead and read holidays and our read days which is considerably longer but okay good all right so you want to read highly. I i will go all. Hey holly off rose. How can i say the return of the entrepreneur and the doctor love how i got introduced to rose in our life. Jackie what to say about. Jackie concern yet. Mom yet. Not afraid to flirt with the doctor. Glad this wasn't a reoccurring thing during rtd's run though spite meanness and getting slapped by the mother's companion quickly takes its place. Rtd's another issues just saying yes. The doctor being the smartest person the room than overlooking the obvious with the london. I being the base for the ententes had me chuckling. Mickey being a victim of the otani was a bit humorous at first but then almost dangerous the ending with rose helping with knocking the anti plastic into the Conscious was the right touch. A great start with many more great episodes and characters to come of wrap it up here holly from wisconsin..

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"p. rose" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

03:52 min | 7 months ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"No no no just having them talk about that and second time yet so she was very sweet. I have a little bit of a naughty. Stephen bannon story But i'll tell you guys. But i didn't want to tell her because it's just kind of it's. She doesn't know how weird i am. But when chris and i went to south africa and we went and we went to some city My my friends shelly said. So are you guys gonna play some city and like kind of became this like like a innuendo so like every day. She was there or she would like. Send me like a picture. Stephen him with a question mark like rain some city yet so now for me and my friends shelly. That's like if she goes on a date with somebody. It's like so digitally something you know. That's our sounds like an inside joke. I so wanted elber enough. And i'm like this is not the time but i bet she would love that. I bet you guess what story because you cannot watch the not gonna play some video and not come away. Just only seeing st demand that he's highlight of that video that absolutely all right so for anyone wondering if we're going to get back to dr who look at their. Don't worry i just would like. I would just like to mention jesse brought up marine not me. We did and fair point. And and you know if it's zan and jesse who knows where it's gonna go right for charles as his hands full driving the bus this time. Well you know tonight. For one to digress. Now and then just a little bit actually slim. So don't think you have a monopoly on having really extended aggressions okay you know. We've we've kind of quartered the market. I'd like to thank good boy. Wouldn't drinks all right so here episode time for tonight. I just want to say i'm trying to behave. 'cause i'm at your house. Well that's okay. We don't we don't want you to behave. 'cause it's it's much more fun when you don't and we fill your houses. We aim to behave here on next ops everywhere in the fridge whenever i want to hear on Next up absolutely fantastic raid the fridge. You know just leave your dirty socks on the floor. It's it's cool. It's right that's cool. We might beat up on the sofa. There you go. We don't care so hearing episode two forty five you guys. We are going to be discussing. Yes another revisited commentary. But this one. This was a very special one. Because we're going to be discussing. Rose the very first episode of the modern era of doctor. Who and this is one that i definitely wanted to be a part of because off tons you guys time. Someone zanu favorite monster on doctor who. Oh yeah so who better to join us right for this. So last time we talked about this story was way back episode twenty one of next everywhere from april one hundred fifteen so like over six years ago almost six and a half years ago. I guess now so. Please forgive us. If we're repeating ourselves right you know. And i think six and a half year gap. I think we're good on that. I think so too. It's okay it's okay if we do if nothing else may might be worth. Go back and listen to that episode since he if we actually say the exact same things or not it would be. I think it'd be a little interesting anyway. So this story. Like i said it it into reintroduced dr who and for me. This is obviously a very big deal because being classic who fan zan. I'm sure you being a classic who fan you are excited about this when it came out way back in the day order..

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"p. rose" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

Other People's Shoes

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

"And let me tell you maybe twenty twenty one needs to be your blooming moments. Let that be your challenge. This week is how can you bloom. And how can you grow where you're planning to let me know how that goes you. You can reach out to us. Of course it oh. Ps podcast dot com right. There just hit that connection. Let me know what you do. Hit me up on. Instagram hit me up on facebook twitter. I don't care. I want to know if you took this challenge seriously. And if you're really gonna blossom and grow into the rose that you were created to be because we all have this fragrant see about us. It's up to us whether we want a stink. We want to smell. So i'm just saying let them be your lesson this week and again. Just remember this when you walk in other people's shoes you really do get a different perspective on life. One rain again one more time guys stay tuned till next week when we walk in other people's shoes you so much for joining us in other people's shoes as you know i'm your host hosting matthews. Wanna thank bring one more time for coming on. Isn't she just amazing. And if you're wondering more about her book please right now. Go checkout folks that i love. Podcast dot com. You can't miss it and telling you cover gonna grab you. It's going to entice you might even caused you to pick it up and maybe read it so if you want to know more about that of course checkout our show notes we've course list olive rina's information in our show notes of how you can get in touch with her and how you can get yourself a copy of her book and if you want to hear more about what she's doing please jump over to youtube and just search raina rose tv. You can find her there over on youtube. Pretty cool stuff speaking of cool stuff. I wanted to give you a little sneak. Peek of next week's episode. In fact here it is now and we printed money. You know we did well but then we lost everything when the market crashed. Because i did not listen to my mentors. And i was squatting in a household literally homeless house with my dog and then i get a call that my little brother stuck a gun can kill themselves so i lost a lot with my life in my thought process and whatnot and fill abandoned and luckily somebody handed me a book by andy andrews travelers gift and kids the business parallel the andrews christian comedian fantastic book and it just really started applying those principles so that is right next week. We're going to be sitting down with the one. The only scott ferguson. And let me tell you next week is going to be your time to shine. You're going to hear more about that next week. What that means until you right now. You think will scott ferguson. Long enough you're going to just shine. It's just going to happen. I know guarantee may pending but but anyway join us next week as we sit down as i said with scott ferguson but until then just know this. I really want to connect with you. So how can you do that. There's really two best ways to do that if you wanna drop us a line in on our connections. Ups podcasts dot com. Click on connections. Drop me a little note in there. If you don't like to write things which. I get it from time to time. We don't want to write things. Doubt me little voice memo or voice message you can do that also straight from west website oprah's podcast dot com an until then remember this. Remember when you walk in other people's shoes you really do get a different perspective on life. Join me right back here next week as we walk in other people's shoes..

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"p. rose" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

Other People's Shoes

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

"Know them now and pay more attention. But i wasn't paying attention to that as a kid. I was always paying attention to how they made me feel what they said. What we talked about. I think the reason why asked that question is because right. Now i'm in the series of you. See me now. The flip side of that right is somebody's like well. Are we talking about you. Neil are we talking about how we see you know. No we're talking about your of my guess. Hopefully this idea like again if we were to to bump into each other maybe on first class plane ride or you know maybe in this private jet. I don't know how i got on the private jet. Maybe because it's awesome. Because i can't even imagine being on a private jet and like i don't even have a concept of that. I couldn't either when i i. I actually put this on a vision board like five five years before i got the job had and i was just like you know this stuff works. I'm going to go back and look private jets and yachts and all this stuff on the vision board like whatever if this works. I'm going to put it all up there. And you know i didn't own the things like i was kinda thinking in my mind but i got to be paid to flam private jets all the time and go to chose all the stuff that i like. Got to live vicariously this billionaire life. And so you know it's funny you say how would i get on it and it's like we never know how god works even the most. We might consider shallow dreams. Like god's i care about the things you care about and i'm going to have a packaging experience that it's be awesome. Well i keep hoping you know. North season tickets to show up in my mailbox. Or maybe even fedex to me but you know as of yet maybe there's facility. Who knows but. I go box seats to go. Tommy my numbers on the website. I see that. Because i think so. Many times as people write music people or me as a person us a person we see somebody would look at them and we immediately do usually in my mind one of two things we start judging or we start trying to figure out who they are like who they are really like this person like you were talking about their energy as some even say. I don't know if you but but this this kind of how they are their countenance their body language. All the stuff. Like i spend most of my days on a telephone and so i'm hearing somebody's voice and based on their voice based on what they're telling me i'm making judgments and assessments on what they're telling me and so that's why for me being actually visually being able to see somebody and of course in this pandemic post pre whatever we are who knows i think to me finally seeing somebody for who they really are is been such a value to me in trying to learn that and discern that and figure that out. So that's why asset questions so interesting you say that because you know as i talked about you could really think many different things to me based on my clothing and shoes and things i have a friend who is she does all the cooling for tv shows and she also a style consultant and she says that statistically people will some new up in four seconds before even looking at your face so they will look at your shoes. Your close your jewelry. Whatever you have on before they've even got in your face four seconds. They made an assumption about you. Know how much money you make what you do in life. How competent you are all kinds of which may or may not be true on some people you know. There's a reason we God's given us a a mind that can process analyze but it is interesting that because within four seconds before even looking at someone's face and we made some sort of a judgment and it doesn't mean we can't go back and say maybe my judgments wrong but we do. We make those judgments this just human so. Have you ever see yourself doing that. Because i'm wondering about this like for me when i meet people for the first time. This is what i noticed. I noticed two things. First thing on notices is so you hit as you said you know you. Don sure is second thing i was look at. Actually it's usually flip-flopped. I look at your shoes. I get your eyes. And i don't know why do that and i think well before your show. Yeah i did. And i think part of it so let me restate that. I think part of the reason why started doing that. I was obsessed and still am. I think everyone on the planet pricey in this movie but shawshank redemption towards the end of the movie. If you haven't seen that many record for you. I don't know how you haven't seen it but you're probably under iraq summer but towards the end of the movie the main character andy to frame is walking through. You know the prison as he's getting ready escape and he's wearing the warden shoes and he showed him up real nice and polish them all nice and pretty and nobody notices his shoes. Morgan freeman is actually narrating that scene. And he goes. I mean really. How often do you pay attention to a man shoes the minute i heard that i'm like you know what life declaration. I'm gonna pay attention to people's shoes. And that was way before the podcast like way before i even know was inspired by my wife to start the podcast and sue me. There's value in seeing somebody shoes. Little did i know what it was gonna obviously blossom into so i was wondering if you've ever really noticed anyone shoes that's all you notice people's shoes you got shoes or shoes i again. I like fashion. So i noticed a little bit of everything particularly particularly there somewhere. I grew up in a british school. So there's somewhere still like trump say in american lists. Yeah like literally. I usually say literally like just not thinking but anyway it particularly if someone has really really cares about their like he can tell them put it together and they didn't just throw on sweats in the house. That's when i'm probably more prone to really look at shoes. you know they. They spent time putting this together. And i want to recognize the art which they made in their health. I think that's fun and at the same time sometimes. I like to go out in the house in some tennis shoes and a hat. Yeah i we could talk shoes all day. So i'm curious about this for you and i don't know i don't know if this is a true statement or not because i don't know i don't know you. We don't know each other but i'm just curious about this from a standpoint who or what has robbed you of your identity robbed me. Yes correct rob you of your identity. Well you know. I'd say probably the only person who could truly rob me by my identity would be me myself. You know so growing up in brunei so my my dad was a pilot on these private jets when i was a kid and he flew for the sultan of brunei which before bill gates. This sultan of brunei was the richest man in the world. And so i actually went to the international school on the other side of the world princesses and the cool thing was Although the princesses traveled with two bodyguards at peace there wasn't this huge distinction between like she was a princess and this person is indian persons asian in that percents white in their muslim christian. In there it was all very celebrated in this international school. Your differences and had kind of outdated late eighties clothes and it had like my pink skirt with black polka dots and leggings and socks. Like probably two pairs three pairs of socks and so nobody else had that but it was cool because that was me and i was from where i was from it and then i moved back to orange county california. And if you've ever seen that show like orange county housewives or anything like that is you fit into this tiny mold that everybody else. We all look the same. We listened to say music. And it was actually. It was shoes. If you're not wearing congress. He can't senate arledge table for the first time in my life differences were not celebrated. They were actually ostracized for having any differences. And i had never experienced that in trying to fit into that. You know when i was a kid and the molded had were these chemicals in these kind of shoes. You know actually did go out and get those like those blue fans with the on your show with stripe utah and because there was a lot of surfers skaters in the school. And i think.

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"p. rose" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

Other People's Shoes

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

"Welcome into other people's shoes if you're hearing this on march seventeenth. I just wanna tell you right now. I hope you're wearing green. Because i'm gonna virtually pinch you if you are not because i'm gonna pinch you awake today. Because don't we pinch ourselves like sometimes. We're like dreaming. Am i not dreaming and we kinda pinch ourselves so think about it like that that were pinching ourselves awake today because today's guest i is going to wake us up to a new reality of what we need to. Maybe walk into an embrace so help me welcome in my guess she. She travels the world. It's kind like carmen sandiego. So let's go back in time. Just a bit pbs. I remember this. This helped me with my geography growing up like where in the world is carmen sandiego. The rock capella group saying that. So for copyright reasons. I can't play their music. Fixed that by the way but how many welcome in. She sometimes in flagstaff sometimes. She's in la sometime. She's in borneo. Sometimes she's in. Who knows where but today we found her. I think in la but help me welcome in my guess. Raina rose raina. Are you today. Neil it's such a joy to be here. It's just such an honor talking to you the little bit of time. We've chatted before the show or just a standup guy and they really honored to be here chatting with you. Thank you so much for having me on you. Welcome and i know you're not wearing red today. Which i'm kind of excited about because i forgot to tell you this. Maybe but i'm not not a huge fan of read. I don't know why but i think it probably stems from days so you know twenty year plus years ago. I'm holding that grudge. Still like our high school rival were red and black. I start liking college teams. Like didn't this. Carolina team Chapel hill and they're they're sort of rivals. I don't know if you can really call him. That is north carolina state which they're also read and so when i think of red i don't think passion i m roses so you got that part good but i just yeah. I have a problem with red. So thanks for not wearing red today. We'll green because they knew we. We would be airing. I didn't know it would be airing on saint patrick's day you know something in me must have known deep down. You're like i'm not gonna wear red for neil. I'm gonna. I'm just i don't know anyway so getting into this. I know you are like just like i said at the onset right carmen. Senior kind of everywhere. But where are you today so today. I'm in los angeles california. Yeah i live my actually physical addresses flagstaff arizona in the mountains there But you're right. I have been especially for the last six years prior to this. I was working on private jet and literally had one client who lived in many places around the world and so i would be on the aircraft travelling to who knows where for five months. Come home for six weeks and be out again for five months all over the world so it to be an only two places feels very settled for me. I gotta be honest. That probably helps you with the time zone. Difference too. 'cause i know typically arizona maybe like an hour ahead and you know. La's on that pacific time. Which i'm a big fan of because that's right so that's awesome and pretty good mentally with time zones but also on an iphone. At least they have the world clock on there so had you know everywhere from moscow to uk in singapore. just for. when. I need those times. I can just pull them up quick reference. That's fun stuff. So my favorite question that i like to lead off with. Is this if if it's too weird. I'm sorry but we know it right and i know you normally do you have a show and we'll get into that a little bit later but you've probably been interviewed on a number of shows as well but i guarantee this. No one has asked you this question. Are you ready. What style of shoe do you like to wear. You know. Actually listen to some of your shows before. And i which are amazing by the way so your listeners are can tell incredible broom listening to the past episodes Really enjoyed those and You know. I just lake the answering wary live. It's like all over the place my shoes. That's one of the reasons. Actually i love. Traveling is because i'm a total fashiony. Set and i love that in one place like women so cal. It's like you know vans and a rainbow sandals at you know but sometimes some wedges from wearing a cute dress and such a fashion woman that you could see me one day think. I'm kind of a skater. Check or something with my fans you know jeans and whatnot. And the next thing just this prec- girl in high heel wedges in a pretty dress and a flower in your hair you used it. It varies so much. And i like that. We're gonna what we're trying to you down to two location wise today. What shoes can we. Can we try to get into today today today. Think we trying to go barefoot. Okay right. that's dangerous so we're not in an shoes though. That's the sad you know. Some people don't have shoes that's straight. There are people have countries shoes one of the We were talking earlier about the mortgages. I work with in russia in one of the girls who now works for the orphanage. she was the orphan and The guy who runs orphans tree for russia she. He's a lot older now. She says. I remember him putting the first pair of shoes or hat on my feet and so he's crazy. 'cause she's only in her thirties and she can remember this man. George steiner putting the very first parachute real shoes. She had honor vade powerful. And i think there's so much power in shoes you know past episodes we've had samaritan's feet on where they're shoeing kids You know around the world providing shoes for people. We've we've had other guests on talking about how people don't wear shoes in how shoes are. Are this precious item. That that you and i am speaking. Maybe for you a little bit but we take for granted because we can go down to. I know payless. You know. I is an existence anymore but we could go down to a department store and pick up a pair of shoes and it's no big thing but for other people in other countries it's a big thing and so i think people forget that sometimes it's nice to have that reminder definitely for sure so speaking of you can we talk about you for a sec. Good with that all right perfect so if someone were to look at you right and meet you would think the first thing someone would notice just by looking at you. Usually we will notice is close air pretty brilliant color of blue and so and especially now that we're masks these days. That's about the only thing you can see anyway. So usually people notice my eyes in the on. How beautiful is it really blue eyes on. So let's use it. I think people will comment by noticing. What's the first thing you usually notice about people you know i probably noticed in. This isn't a physical thing that they're kind of energy their mood if they're kind of slum since sad or really excited about or or kind of overdoing it like You know when someone's like maybe really broken on the inside but kinda acting really happy really notice people's energy and i think i've been in. I think we all have you know we've been on all these different parts of the spectrum of most of us have experienced some touch of like being pretty depressed in apathetic. Not knowing what to do. I think a lot of people are experiencing that right now Hopefully by the time this airs were post pandemic. But you know the statistics. Say we won't be you know Feeling stock depressed and so.

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"p. rose" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

Other People's Shoes

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

"Hey is tim young in a building. Tell me i feel missing. I'm so excited to be here right now. Inviting you to pop. Gospel speaks radio our online weightless. Thanks i to take the time to tell you. A little bit about us. Provide you with their mission and our values k. P. t. s. radio is a listener supported platform created to inspire a worldwide audiences to abide connect and shared the gospel as a diverse community of speakers and artists. We are committed to delivering off into content that cultivates growth in relationships purpose and the word of god. Our values and t. s. radio value service and providing opportunities for messages of christ to have access to large audiences is our aid to present provoking perspectives. Real life experiences wisdom and knowledge music conversation. If you are answers at one of the apart of us please. Contact info at top. Gospel speaks dot com. That's beautiful pop. Gospel speaks dot com. Please tony right now. you'll hear something. Amazing podcast speaks dot com. I'm tim young. And i'm so happy and excited to smear there took over..

"p. rose" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"p. rose" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Tell me bit about the bam's did you got together. It is kind of in different parts The first part was about six years ago. Now I knew from high school in welland here at notre dame and we jammed one time and then we didn't jam ever again a year later when we were when i was in college with this guy matt lee jammed another time and we form the ban. Optima original demos. I had laying around at some song covers. But dan and that matt in one of my my josh program schools at mohawk college and we kinda just both came to conclusion. We were really boards jamming jazz. So i asked him if you want to jam rock and roll in one of the practice rooms at school and then yeah we plans zeppelin and a bunch of other stuff. They just drops the is from niagara as well. He was from saint catherine's so that's pretty close to And i invited him to come jam because we jammed every weekend. I believe it was And then we finished Writing a song with him he came down here. We are now today. Rockland raines studied college. Music theory what. yup those. It was jazz contemporary jazz pacific jazz program. Jalen as jack to andy. Thomas bit more about your background. Like how did you happen upon Interest in music studying at university at college. I've grown. i've grown up with music whole life like my parents are heavily involved music. Do like my barons of a wedding cover band and my dad was music. Teacher author of the high school here in welland other ones. And my mom. A lot of theater broadway with her two sisters as well. I would attend a lot of these shows. And i play piano since i was like four And my brother played guitar. And then i started playing drums around Chinese old and kind of been my collie. He's got a pretty obvious. Go back as well in. My old man was musician in cover bands. Not and actually. I was supposed to be a drummer. But and i went to. The music store from a first drum teacher was sick. So he's like he's like guitar or bass Definitely not picking base. So i says yeah. Give me a guitar. i'll try this out. So yeah the rest is history. That took me a while to get good but once Put some years into it. Starts day off. Yeah in manhattan. Mad was playing for two years when i met him but he was better than half the guitar players. I knew his ear. Quick you had a late introduction into music. Yeah yeah a lot of his younger. I i play hoppy year. Gave it up for like. I don't now eight years picking up again when i was a teenager and then dropped out so you started with gaz to view. What made you move to rock like. What about rock. Shawna either rock program. So is there a rock program. Always iraq tra is just said that she said that. We'll what puts you in the rocks face. Like why do you. Why the rock sharma What it draws you a lot hong. Yeah i liked the vibe of it just speaks to us. I guess I don't really know just Free to i dunno it just nice to create in that realm in hit hard. I guess i don't really. I don't really know why just naturally gravitated that way. Nothing be pulling up to gibson's bias and having a good night in greg. It's rocker e-ever champ. I just grew up all around it. Like when i was a little kid. Everywhere i go in the car the rock and roll on my house rock and roll on the radio or whatever i just love i started to love to play and created. Saw always around it. I i wasn't around. But i i hadn't introduction at a very strict a bergen donoso was allowed in country in our big But i remember. I was based in apartment at basement party and they put on led zeppelin and i was in. Was it gonna put this you at the drummer if you were to choose to mentor under jonah neil perch. Our teeth knew who would you pack. Gregoire if i was to get a thought by any them. Yeah know i got to go with neil bedroom just insane. It's ninety recipe selected. That guy really inspired me as well as drummer just because he put a lot of color to drums like. It's not just with him. It's beyond just like a drum beat leg peace with that guy's crazy that can really open might by brain without a to construct drum lines. I got the guys in animal lies drum solar. Like they're like i. Have you ever seen a picture of the drum kit. He had a oriole pitcher like from on top. It's insane. Three sixty is insane What musical influences bands you guys follow of get a feel trauma. It turns up in revived the rose music. Is there any chance at significantly. Stand out for you. I have my favorites service of billy. Talent skinner psalm. Forty one by the choices man. I I definitely think we all agree on april one comment. I was gonna say that. I can see that new music man. The glorious signs are one of our new bands that we like a lot like phenomenal. Live to the great show in their. Songwriting is amazing. Yeah i think for me personally. I really like green bay a lot to say people. Will you started up on the classic chaplain in venezuelan. But then. I'm on a huge nineties. Kick right now so love soundgarden in and stuff like that so.

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"p. rose" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"p. rose" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

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"p. rose" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"I saw red. Burt playing with the blue bird flu from branch to branch. Spring air. All around me. Look to my right. And i see a river a smile. I looked my life. I'll start to quiver for awhile and the rain over the next day and behind struggle is a story. Continue to look at the view. I felt easing. I felt compassion. And i long to be the bluebird flying very freely. Despite the rain i want to soar. Want him to soar into the promise of tomorrow. Sunrise wings textured with joy and knowledge unknown territory territory seeks my landing. I stay busy. Dreaming till i pray for the reality one i- kaleidoscope. I'm sorry one i- kaleidoscopic dream the other filled with lightning grey with yellow and red trim. Yeah that's what. I'd like to be looking like if i was him. The bird that flies ever so freely. Just like the red and the bluebirds in front of me and neil is to say despite the son of rain to blue bird and the real red bird. They both flew away. You still. there are good now. Tom smile baby. Listen i want to say a big shoutout to erica. Rose a big big shadow. And i want to turn a leash down. Which is there are no coincidences. I put a leash on purpose and my listeners will understand. So there's this woman. And i've always known about her because of alicia keys. I'm a hardcore true stance lisa keys fan as well as a madonna fan. And you know this. We know this. We've talked about this. Wendy williams too but when williams is a singer alicia keys tapped into alicia keys. Became zeitgeist for me on a soul level emotional level that madonna never tapped into until i was really aware. Does that make sense. Alicia keys has a best friend. I don't know if they're still best friends. or not. my my hope and my sumptious that they are because if they weren't my god get them back together but alicia keys is best friend with rows. They knew each other before she became as big superstar. She's traveled with a leash. She's been leashes role dog from day. One and i mean that with respect i word but with respect and eric of you listening to this i pray you do and i hope leash those two. They're like sisters. And i pray that still the case in my fucking business. I don't care. I love you alicia. And i'm loving you even more. Erica rose so erica. Has her own instagram. Obviously like everyone else. And it's just. It's funny to see erica rose. That's on the diary of alicia keys. Dvd to the erika rose now. And i'm in more with her now. She's so much more aware and spiritual and conscious and and she's such a leader and it's nice to see her. Life turned right because fame affects people in the people that are close to them. But i don't know what it is about. Erica rose speaking to my soul and her daily chronicles instagram. The words that she speaks and the piece that i feel when she speaks them. When i'm done because she really inspired today's episode. She really did. And i just want to throw him out roses to you l. Don't get emotional. You silly boy all so stupid. i'm so stupid. Thank you erica. You know we talked about privately and it means the world to me so thank you. I hope you listen to this. God bless you muster okay. That's here we're keep going because you know it's all about smiling and i want to end this on a positive note. First of all on music hills. I haven't really turned to music too too much. And i was gonna say play a couple of songs that i want you to listen to. But if there's any song. I want you to listen to lately. Everyone is alicia keys way to they see your smile because when this is all done and over with coloured pandemic all this negative energy in the world when this episode has done i'll be smiling because our release it to you and it's off my chest eric. I hope you're listening. lisa. I hope you listen. Everybody look in the mirror until you so if you love yourself tell yourself that you're worth it and way to they see us an easier too small for yourself because i'm smiling for me. Do they see you smell. I need you to hold onto everything you foundation need you to pray a little bit more. Call your parents tell match. Love them and i'm really really stay with me i. Let's continue to be happy together. Happiness is a state of mind as we get older that were kind of it's cheesy. I like to save more content fulfilled. But this is their here. We go poetry music. Alicia keys this podcast. Life has been therapy. And i hope that hungary that i feel better after i had sand publish and i pray you do to come back to los announce for the next episode stay safe. Thank you for your time. Don blessing dorigo stand brooklyn..

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"p. rose" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"To the lounge. how we doing. How are we feeling how what are we. What are we craving right now. And what do we want from the future that everyone is learning from the past. Now everyone is coming to the future. But if you hate me you can kiss my ass. Turn my mic up. Baby turned to music down and not everyone can come into the future. Not everyone that's here is built to last and so with that lyric said i think about in my built to last are we built last. And and if i'm built to last hammami am i maintain myself. How am i maintain my self to last. My past doesn't define me. But if i don't be aware of it and if i don't honor and and evolve from it then i'm fucked a choice that i make doesn't define me but a damn short test my own character and it makes me realize wait a minute. Where are you at them. What led to this. How did we get what was a in before we got to see. Where are you emotionally emotionally. I feel like shit. But i'm not depressed. I'm not broken. i'm just sat. Does that make sense. Like i'm just a little sad. My spirit is. My energy is a little sad. I know when i'm depressed. This ain't it just sat. But when i look towards the future i get excited i almost shuttered. Sierra misty eyed. But i get excited. Because i know that i have the tools to manage and i am a light and if i don't fucking stay with that thought and if i don't act on that thought continuously because you have to practice which preach right so you can be the life i say on the late so i could be the late from my mom could be the life of my dad. I could be the light for my friends. I could be the light for the ones that matter. Or maybe i could be the life for someone around. The world is probably follow me on instagram. And they admire me because maybe they see themselves in me so they listen to this podcast and they say fuck. I don't know this boy from a hole in the wall. But i like this guy i hear myself in this guy and i i wanna keep listening because this guy and i we connect in a way. That means a lot to me. That's wealth to me. That's my wealth purposes. But i know my purpose is to uplift and inspire and be creative and being artist and express push boundaries push boundaries of myself but i also got a now my next goal has artisan and his human not even as artists as a human. There's just really be continue to be the best version. A man that i can be a lesser mistakes less mistakes more growth but also less ego and selfishness. I feel like my ego and my selfishness crept in this year thinking or speaking before. I thought sometimes. Hey just trying to be the best that i can be because my future is going to be prosperous. My future sees book. Publishing's my future scenes me taking my life to another level. My future sees me. Hopefully one day getting married. My future sees me being spiritually inclined. My future sees me taking on different things and creating memories moments and being a better version of myself but in this moment i have to recognize that sad. I'm a little down. We have to learn how to manage that whether you're whether you're outlets therapy whether you're outlet is talking to a best friend whether you're outlet is dance whether you're outlet is boxing whether you're outlet is hopefully it's not drugs hopefully you can step away from that and we can talk about that another episode. It's coming soon. I'm going to have a nice devoted episode into substance abuse. And i'm going to be very transparent about mine. It's coming soon. It's coming soon. Because i'm not ashamed. You understand what the fuck i'm telling you. I'm not ashamed. No it's not about that. It's about recognizing my own growth and not going back to that. So it's we're good over here. But i need to be open about that because everything has purpose and i'd like to live on my purpose. My dream in the futures to buy a house have a small house but with big property have a mini farm. I wanna chicken. I want animals. Oh my dog. My cat my little baby goat. I want my from my husband. I wanna be a father. I wanna have great credit. Continue to have regretted. I wanna i wanna. I'm still working on my credit. But that's that's my own business not yours. But i also wanna be more giving them this selfish and i also wanna travel more trying to speak all this existence being a great uncle to harry and vicki's son future son or future daughter. Having holiday parties wants this. Kobe thing is over and i just wanted to be more in tune with god. I want to be in more into with self care. I want to continue to be a leader. But i want to continue to be less of me and more of others and i think i've been in service to others this year. I'm not going to sell myself. Short again don't cry for me. Argentina but i just i want to continue to change. I want to end today's day. Feeling going to bed tonight with a smile and feeling proud of my work today and feeling proud of the day. that's where it all starts starts now guys ladies and gentlemen iraq when we come back. I want to end this episode with a couple of songs. That i want you to listen to some of my personal favorites right now and i really do hope that you're listening. And i hope that we're connecting on some level. I don't have the answers. I don't even have all the answers for myself. But i just feel like i'm a better manner manager of it. All i can navigate better so kudos to myself kudos to you and come on back to the mount. Let's go into the future baby general.

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"p. rose" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"Can i say thank you. Thank you for listening. Bangladesh france may. And i also see the united states. There's so many people in the us that are listening to me right now. A lot of you are my friends. And i know that i feel and i know who you are. Sometimes by cd analytics. It'll break down the town in the state year. And so some of you. I'm like oh my baby's listening to me for instance massachusetts. I see springfield holyoke. Ludlow north hampton belcher town north adams in the munson hampton. East long metal. Chicopee palmer rambo chestnut hill gardner and boston. A big shots in my state massachusetts were holding me down of big shots to texas dallas. Dallas baby san antonio spring. See you guys like it. Breaks this down. I see all the states. Connecticut holds me down. Connecticut holds me down. I love you thank you baby. Thank you my babies. I see new jersey. Hoboken clifton newark. I see wait a minute. I lost my chart comeback late. Because i want to give you your props. And i wanna say thank you so hold on this matter it so just listen to the music motherfucker new york. Let's go to new york. I seen nyc so the city holds me like a motherfucker. A see the bronx senator reach farming. Ville i see central square but the most that. I'm excited about this birthplace. And it's in the mother fucking blood you understand. What the fuck i'm telling you. A mother breeze father breathes it. It's brooklyn new york brooklyn. I brooklyn forever. A see apple podcasts spotify anchor. I see antenna pod. Thank you anti pod listeners. Thank you bullhorn listeners. Thank you overcast listeners. I love you. i don't know you. But i love you because you're putting up with me right now. You still listening and we've connected somehow. And god bless you. Could you reach out to me on instagram. Could you tell me how am i doing my god. I'll tell you. What writing is my goal to for expression i love to write a law allows of journal. I'm a poet a writer. I'm artists i will die on that first puerto rican. I still and i haven't written as much lately. I thought that recently in these times in my life. I would have thought that i would have busted out that pen and paper more but i've actually been focusing more on my podcast and just reading a little bit here and there and just not watching any tv and kind of breaking out of that little bit just kind of being in my own feelings and sitting in my stillness and sitting in my regret sitting in my pain sitting my bad decisions sitting in my glory to but really focusing on the bat and how can you make the bad better. Because i've made a couple mistakes along the road. Well not a couple. But i made a mistake along the road that is impactful and people's feelings and impact for my structure and impactful on on Sonic the hedgehog who i love so much and sonic is my everything saw. I got a you know. He'll but i also got to deal with something that's lingering in the big play and that is without being too honest. That's something just more important. And i don't want to say that in a rude way. That's not that whatever. I deal with afterwards isn't important it means the world to me but I'm dealing with something else right now and Once i am given permission to speak on it i promise you. We will connect on a whole different vibe. But don't cry for me. Tina because it's not my time to go. It's your time to go and so when we come back we're going to spend some love. And and this was some positivity and some light.

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"p. rose" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"As i was talking about social media you think that you know people people think that they know you based on social media is the illusion of bliss as noted Well i got that phrase from alicia keys. One of her best songs ever alumina bliss. Check it up. The social media is that and it becomes that and if we're not really paying attention you know it's all it's all one filter you know we i i i know i present to you. I want you to see you know we do. And then we modify it and we make it pretty and sometimes strolling as the demise of it all because you see everyone living these wonderful lives and doing these wonderful things and your friends are all buying houses celebrating life going on all these trips. Check making another check on their passport. You know what. I'm saying like at home working and grinding and you haven't done any of that and that can be that can be not so good feeling you got to be a strong person though and know that at least i know in time everything has its place with me. I've learned but have also learned that if i don't make changes within myself that those blessings don't start to come you block your blessings. I know i blocked minds many of years. And i gotta do a lot of work on myself. Still my best friend told me you're not surviving anymore. You're now living. And i see that any of this year and for the first time i actually agree with enough for the first time but i actually agree with that statement. And it's been my mantra is to live like i'm living not live like i'm just surviving. I'm not just surviving. I am okay. But i also can't book a trip to mexico right now if i wanted to. Do you know what i'm saying. It's that type of thing. And i hate that. We should all be able to have that. I mean i'm going to be honest in this cobra world. Stay the fuck home. But do you understand what i'm trying to tell you. Got addicted again to social media and sometimes we just need to learn. When the put that fucking phone mound. Put the fucking phone down. And obviously i implore you to keep your phone on while you're listening to this however you listen to it because that's how we communicate right but when you're not listening to this and you're done paying your bills and you're done spending time with your beloved put your fucking phone down. See i'm a loner at heart. I'm by myself here all day. He's at work or whatever my family's busy the point is is that there's so many things that go on around this that have beauty and intent and knowledge and being aware is so important yesterday for example. I'll share with you. I went down to the. I live by by the connecticut. River actually live. I guess you can say on the connecticut river but not really. Because i'm i can just literally step out the back door downstairs and walked down the hill. I'm right up the riverbank in any case it was beautiful. There's trees and leaves everywhere and it was gray and there was hints of blue with pink. Sky you understand what i'm telling you. There was colors that meshed but they was so subtle and soul. Beautiful demanded your attention it. It commanded to be recognized and it also commanded for you to be still with yourself. And i did that for a little wire today. I climbed up on this tree. That's fallen down but it's still high up in the sense because it's angled probably about sixty degrees but it's leaning on another tree but i climbed on it's a fix tree. I'm a boy. We like to climb and still be boys right. I love that about it though. I love that that i can still do that. And i still get the excitement. I got when i was ten. It's fabulous. i never wanna lose that. But i sat there and i just i took several pictures and the napa. My fucking fall now smoked my blunt and i thought and i looked and i smelled breathed i at peace and it was beautiful. I have a right there in my backyard. Okay it's not really my backyard but so it's there and it's accessible and it's part of the self care it's part of finding things that make you smile doing things that kinda give you some peace in a moment. Even if it's just for fucking twenty minutes give yourself that fucking time. You deserve it mother fucker. Hello one life one body one mind. I can't tell you what's due spiritually religiously. I don't even like that word religion. That's your choice. But if i can offer a little bit of this for self care take time. Go to your favorite place. Take a thirty minute drive. You have to get to that place. Go spend some time there. Think look around. Bring your pen and paper. Write something down reflect. I asked myself a lot of tough questions sitting on that tree. Where where are you at now. Carlos and i honestly the only answer was i don't know right now because i feel like my spirit is a little broken. No i feel like my spirit is broken. No my spirit's not broken. Let me rephrase that. Let me think for once. My spirit's not broken. Because i'm obviously i'm strong enough to be able to do this and my resiliency has definitely been My biggest asset this past two weeks. My faith has been tested. But that's not god's fault changes have been happening and also receiving other things that have just been a challenging so out of all of these months in this whole twenty twenty year. I felt like i was like i was in control and i had it and here we go. I'm in december fifth. And i don't feel like i have it now and that's okay because i didn't i didn't lose anything that's gonna kill me doesn't kill. You makes you stronger but it really has. It feels like someone put the brakes and said hey buddy before this year's over do a self check in and hey by the way these things are going to happen and you need to deal with them and you need to be a man you need to be fucking and put on your man pants and deal. And how are you gonna deal and so when we come back. I'm going to tell you how. I've been dealing. I hope this is making sense teen. I hope you can identify god. Bless you if you can if you've tapped out. I'm sorry maybe this episodes not for you but you're still here come back to the lounge peace and love my babies you looking back to the now. It's meet carlos elite those kalita scholastica hinted at the story. Kenya equally. Mahinda puerto rico. Long john material. I see you. I see a lot of people. Before i get into this next section. I see a lot of you from bangladesh bangladesh and india. I also see columbia. I see france and the united kingdom. I also see canada. Who are you. And.

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"p. rose" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"And some cheerleaders to you. Know ma'am let's be honest and let's let's let's get down this look. I'm in a weird space right now. Personally i just feel like for me. Where do i start with this. It's interesting because this year has been so tough for everybody. I know everybody's combatting a different story. And i know everybody is affected by two thousand twenty and some which way shape or another yes and so i wrote this year out feeling pretty optimistic and feeling untouchable and feeling really good. Because i was putting in the work to myself. I was putting in the work into my responsibilities. And i i was in a really good space. I still don't get me wrong. Let's look at the big picture. I feel like i'm doing great overall but i don't feel like i'm where media was even a month ago in terms of sense of self but we'll get into that part now so with that said this year has been ebbs and flows of testing who i am and things that's who i am a lost four people at the beginning of the year. And i'm gonna finish saying. Let me before i even get into that story. Don't cry firming. Argentina by the end of this episode is not about that. Excuse me it's not about that. But i'm i'm being transparent with you know what i mean. I'm blessed. I have great parents. I've met i know my blessings don't cry from argentina but let's talk so i lost four people before covert even was a thing and that was between mid january and february and the february and it was devastating to lose four people that you love so much three of them. You see all the time every day. Monday to friday and one of them being practically like your brother someone you love so much and then it became a thing of okay well and you know that broke me for about a couple of days when i still you know that i missed them so much. I miss my beloved so much. But i kept going. You know what i mean. I think of myself as a strong person. I think i am Sometimes stronger than other times. I think this episode of similar strength. But let's stay on track so the year kept going and then and then i fell in love you know. And then i met the man of my. That's according james. The the man that i know was meant to be. Do you know what i mean. And the love that. I've prayed for the love that my spirit needs my physicality on this planet needs the love that for once my parents will look over and be like my. Our son is okay. He's okay 'cause our son has him before. Anyone has me but to know that you know if anything happened. Our son is okay And then i fell in love and then overcame came and then staying indoors became a thing and social distancing and staying home and the effects of that i think god i you know i think god he was here for all that and even still. Now you know. It's just like i think because i don't know about could've done all that maybe a curve. You don't have a choice right. But i couldn't see it now a different way without my love not being there that whole time. He's a great human being a great father and a wonderful son. He so there's that right and then there was this whole racial climate and protesting and brianna taylor. George floyd out. The list goes on for so many years but this was the year we we started to take our power back and you know the election and making our voices heard and really ignited a freedom fighter meat. But i have to say by the time i was done with all those protests. By the time we were you know was several months pass. I was beat. I was mentally drained. That whole family in that battle became draining. And i felt like i had no place to complain because there's men and women that have been doing this for decades. They're not tired. They're still fighting. Look john lewis. Look at all of my wonderful. Plus trans leaders look at all of our wonderful black leaders. Look at my parents. They're still fighting the fight. So it's just like i don't have a right to complain. Drain me out and being on social media for so march. And i mean i was off social media for seven months and then once my birthday came on me thirteen and then that was in the middle of the riots and the protesting. I was addicted again. I became addicted again and social media. Drains your mental. And if you're not if you don't have the tools to handle self mental. Social media can break. Does that make sense. So i got caught up in that mix you know instead of just letting my body just moved to the news i love this remix and that became draining. It's time consuming and it's someone said someone said on tv. I don't remember who it was but sometimes you don't have to fight the fight so doggedly you do at certain moments but the truth is there and sometimes you just have to let the truth. Play out so. I don't know like it just drained me. The summer passed and then the fall came. I started my new career path. And then i also started podcasting which became a blessing in the skies. And i don't know like. I guess up until last month in my mind i thought everything was going great and there's been a little struggles here and there's nothing to say that i haven't had my hurdles. Nothing is ever peachy keen you know. It's it's gotta be a little tormented so we can continue to learn and i feel like i got stagnant. I feel like i became stagnant. And where i was or where i thought i was or why thought i am and wasn't really receiving anymore or willing to receive more gems so that i can be introspective so that i can really reflect more and ask questions and really get into where am i right now and my happy is everything. Okay with me right now. Am i happy my love. Life is happy with my parents and my happy with career and my happy with what i'm doing home all day long other than working and just podcasting am i happy. Where am i. Where am i because i knew where i was at the beginning of the year. And maybe midway. But i really don't know where i'm at right now. I kind of have an idea but the scope is different now. So that's what i hope to. Or that's what i'm trying to convey in this particular episode is that is important. You know i can sit here and podcast. Every day about nostalgia. Eighties and grammy awards and madonna and invite my friends over via online and have interviews. But sometimes it's good to just check in for like i haven't done that here and just even being able to talk about it feels like therapy and when we come back to low ses. Now i'm going to answer that question. The where am i where are you who am i. And who the fuck are you man. Come on back but back to the lounge.

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"p. rose" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"On the streets on the buildings mellowing clouds from rather than a die. One day with the rainbow on the horizon flowers restore the landscape. Don't force it with ease. okay perfect personalities. Everyone wasn't built tough. They learned self.

"p. rose" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"p. rose" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"My name. Is carlos rios. Welcome back to low ses. Now i'm your host los. I want to throw a big shots of busta rhymes and q tip. This has been one of my favorite songs this year. It's called don't go. All rights reserved to the record company. But we've come back to low ses now. I'm so excited. Listen lows love of south and there are days where the ebbs and flows of. The love of oneself can really. Well just do that at in flow and so on today's episode i wanna talk about my ebbs and flows recently in Kind of really be honest with myself and just do a self check in. That's something that probably should be done privately. But i talk a lot about mental health. When i i live in my truth and i mean. I'm feeling really introspective. Right now so. I'm hoping that maybe ten of you will connect and think about where you're at and so that's the goal right. There's a whole world but if you just touch person and you can make a difference. That's exciting and not maybe not exciting. But that's important. I'll say that. So it's all about the self check in today. And i would love to hear your feedback on the podcast and just in general. If you're a constant listener please let me know how. how am i doing. what are you like. what don't you like. what are your favorite episodes. Reach out to me. I am dying to hear feedback. Please also don't forget to review and you know. Leave some love out in the reviews for me. But give me your feedback. I primarily use instagram. And you can find me at los lounge underscore podcast reach out to me there or my personal instagram. Which is carlos and remember. My name does start with a k. Carlos under in two thousand twenty. Actually i don't even know if that's the right one Just so many things in my mind but just reach out to me. Leave me a message. You can even leave a message here on the app on the anchor app. Or what have you. I want to thank everybody. Listening on pod. Being bullhorn podcasts attic. Maybe you're dialing and you're listening over the phone. Maybe you have apple or spotify or google. Podcasts maybe you have overcast. Were cast or whatever format you're listening to thank. You appreciate your time. And i promise. I'll be as honest. And i'll make it worth your while as as i've always done darling anyways come on back to the knowledge and let's talk short mind trigger-happy.

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