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Fresh update on "pepe" discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

01:27 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pepe" discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Live is lost thirty four pm every day and if alive fund show show i see the clips. We used to watch every day but now We always have these data meetings that happen. You know what. I mean so many meet. It is in the meeting block. That is big meeting time. Four o'clock prime-time dump. He's got soccer on a lot lately. Gay the main tv over. Isn't that interesting. That is interesting. I realized that. Because i go on my office things i have to go talk to somebody. Okay come out. The boys have concocted some sort of agenda against somebody or some sorta narrative is happening. I lately i've been coming out here. Soccer tv one sayers tv at the bottom. We got everybody else. Kind of muted. Don't we don't want to hear we got time for and it's because we have the greatest soccer better on planet earth to give the guy you know his tool so he can go to work the beautiful game. You've got to study my friend. We'll say the game sticks. It is eight. Oh yeah. I played it guys. What's that takes. you can't. it's no. I do not only to bet on bet on good by the way you also bet on football games. Those games distinct to dj. What's that there's like defense. That's why you like soccer. The bills and colts went under last weekend was at a bad game now. There's a lot of bad decisions. Go to pay in mexico pepper. What's going on on on an fucking feel good friday. Hell yes you buddy. Hey come with that thought how you doing so you should probably respond now now now dan thank you again more dan pepe sorry there was something said okay for something that could potentially happen. That's a hundred percent on me peppy. As now you're full. Probably.

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Section 230: A Key Legal Shield For Facebook

The Vergecast

08:46 min | Last month

Section 230: A Key Legal Shield For Facebook

"I can't have all three of you on without talking about two thirty. Which i've been instructed by producers to always explain what is two thirty a lot it says in it platforms are not liable for three users. Publish is very simple. You can just go read it yourself. Please god gracia employees. There's a lot of noise about two thirty in the world right now. there's a defense authorization act. That trump is. Insistent includes a repeal of two thirty. if or he's going to veto it. It appears that congress pass it with veto. proof majority is. It's a big deal at the same time. I mentioned this every time you're on. Joe biden stated position onto thirty as we should repeal it and he actually said it again last week in an interview. How does that play into these actions against face because of the conservative bias argument really ladders into. We're gonna take thirty away from you unless you change your moderation system into the way that we want it to. It's not really about taking thirty away but if you think that the game is to punish facebook or it's too big. It's hard to see how you would both revolt. You would take away because face to powerful and you'd go break them up like i don't. I don't quite see how those connect with adam curious. If you have a point of view. I mean biden. James argument is interesting. Because it's basically the opposite of trump's which is the problem with two thirty is that it means facebook doesn't have an incentive to moderate and dot actually feels like it plays in kind of okay like one of his tech advisers. Wrote this piece earlier this week that was section to thirty harms our kids because it means these giant platforms are allowing horrible stuff. I mean there were a lot of problems with it. But if the argument is section two thirty. Let's facebook do bad things and also they're powerful and they're doing bad things because of that. Those two things don't necessarily feel like they're in conflict. It's we need to take thirty away from facebook so that platforms will have an incentive to not let our kids see terrible things online and also facebook's too big and we break them up because they're also hurting our kids through dark patterns or advertising or whatever what do you think i mean the the two issues of run in parallel. If i didn't give you the two big tech policy issues of the year it's moderation in its scale and size and competition and trust and it seems like there's a convergence right inside of facebook. Yeah charlie wars a really good piece. Thursday in the new york times about the biden administration's relationship with facebook during the campaign. And this is a time when you would have assumed like maybe it would have gotten a little better because they were just talking all the time and instead it seems it just got much worse and a lot of his top. Staffers just became convinced that facebook was so tied to this posture of neutrality. That it was always going to have a disproportionate advantage for republicans who are gonna use it to spread and then you know various awful things and so on one hand. It isn't as if we've got a real policy proposal from joe biden on how to build a better internet right like most of what he has said has just repeal it but on the other hand Do i think it will be a priority for him. Well it sort of seems like it will be right lake with the. There's there is a political desire to see this happen. I think on both sides. The question is whether he can find any common ground with republicans. I just wonder if you break up the companies and you have multiple social platforms and they have different. Moderation standards doesn't that solve your two-thirty problem. Right that you're matt. How they moderate because you could just leave and go to another one that there's more to your liking it solve the conservative version of it. Which is these companies are censoring us. It doesn't solve the liberal version of it which is these companies are allowing bad actors to put up horrible misinformation or two again. I keep coming back to this op-ed about two thirty because it was so so bad. It was like the problem with this. Is that youtube allows videos of pepe pig with knives and like i can't convey. How bizarre was suggesting the should be able to sue you too because it has child inappropriate videos but that aside the argument is more that there are these shadowy networks of people who are trading horrible stuff. And letting your kids see horrible stuff and those things. They're not quite tied to like the size of a platform like a lot of the to thirty arguments. That come from. The left are based on really small sites like revenge porn sites. So i think it's much less of an issue. I do think there is. This is a place. We sort of see a combat like an overlap from the antitrust case and the two thirty eight where like so you were talking about the conservative case against two thirty but i think i don't think having different platforms really solves it like you can't just go to parlor and say it's fine now because i'm on parlor because what you immediately see is parlors a much smaller audience and so the fact that you've had to leave facebook and go to parlor means fewer people are hearing your ideas like it's just it's just straightforwardly true and this goes back to what we see in the in the antitrust cases which is that they say. Look anyone who's offering directly competitive service to facebook. Facebook doesn't let them have this. Api access it can't spread as well through the platform and then eventually it can't gain users dies and so if i'm out here trying to share my pepe pig knife artwork. The you know suddenly having if i if i have to go to some weird forum and everyone is literally like literally everyone in the world is on facebook because that's where human beings go now like i. I don't know there is something weird about it. I don't know of making the like having the government mandates standards or doing it through whatever we are process were using to change to thirty. Makes it better. But there is like a real algorithm Speech control issue kind of at the heart of it and there's something that none of these platforms have really try which is giving the users more control right like in chris. This is the thing that i want to see. People try is like let. Let me decide if i wanna see politics and my feet if i want to see nudity in feet if i wanna see curse words maybe i wanna see hate speech at my feed. Give it all to me. That is what parliament. You're just you're know there's a difference between not moderating at all and allowing me to choose what i want from a platform and that's you would you'd build this kind of goes to api's interoperability you. Would you would allow a variety of clients to flourish. This clients would have all kinds of different tools and they would all come back to some central system. Although that's pretty at odds with how people have been pressuring facebook to moderate. Which is the problem is that people are seeking out antitax groups or they're seeking out q. And on groups and the thing we have to do is get those things off the platform altogether. I think i. I do think there's just a real. I connect us that we talk about all the time which hilariously in this context is much more straightforward. Which isn't that neutrality. Which either we're going to tell the. Isp's exactly what to do. We're going to regulate them tightly. And say this is how you treat the bits or we're gonna find a way to make much more broadband competition happen so that people can leave and soon as there's a little competition all the espy's do the right thing. We see that pattern over and over again. It's a little trickier with free speech on social platforms network effects. But i just come back to that framework all the time of if we add more competition into the system. Isn't it natural that all the people who work at instagram at an independent instagram will say well. We're not gonna make the same mistakes twice. We're going to build a user facing moderation tool or we're going to build client access allows third parties to build kid-friendly instagram. So we don't have to do it and it's also not our sponsors ability. I have no idea but is like a hypothetical that is much more interesting to me than ted cruz. writing facebook's content moderation policies. Okay last question. Casey what what happens next well there. Some of us were asking yesterday. Is facebook gonna try to file a motion to dismiss this case and that is apparently still being discussed as a recording. This the suit has been live for barely twenty four hours so i think facebook is still considering its options but also laid out their case. So you know there's already been some discovery that has happened. And i imagine this will now move into a secondary phase when i talked to the google folks about what they were expecting from their antitrust lawsuit. They said it'll take like maybe twelve months to twelve twelve to eighteen months to play out And i'm expecting it'll be at least that long hair. Well it's going to be a fun year.

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Drake is selling a scented candle that smells like... Drake

Murph and Mac

03:23 min | Last month

Drake is selling a scented candle that smells like... Drake

"Candles that Drake is selling. I'll do what I heard. This is surely something else, didn't you? I only the rapper has released a line of scented candles. Okay, so that's I mean, that's your this is Polly Mac turf. Now you're your candle guy on the candle enthusiast. I had one girl last night. Did you know that then then guess what? Hey, Liz, Christmas present for Polly Mac. A scented candle quote. Which quote actually smells like Drake. Of course. I don't know why anybody would want that says here, the $80 Candle $80 on now come to do he's taking tips from Gene Simmons of the point. I've got a June 78 quote. Smooth, musk, fragrant dude, that's normally that's gross. A smut must. I don't want us Kaemi less came and worse, they would must Don't want the musk of a drink in my house, and it says it is an interpretation of his beautiful self extroverted. Imagine, like the balls on you to sit in a conference room somewhere and go like you know what they were saying that the world needs a scented candle like smoke before details. This is how he feels. He smells okay, Musk. My God. Amber's only hope That means this is grossing me out. Cashmere. Just Kashmir smell no suede sweats place way. It's not a bad smell and Belle and velvet and velvet. This is nonsense. Yes, it is. For now, we need to. By the end of this show the end of this week. We need to devise their own scented candles. And what? What we each smell like truly him. You know, Like for me, It's not that hard paper. Yeah, dude. Hash oil resin. Holy mackerel fragrance filled by water, water. Actually, cannabis and one was the worst smell in the world that combines patchouli cannabis and Frank Pepe's sausages tunes. I'll Buy that candle. That's what I'm talking about me. There's like a Febreze him too, because you gotta kill the smell. You don't mean like that dead for breeze. But you tried to kill the stench and by the way, and with hints of for Breeze is what you say they were with Holly Mac Muskie. Truly ham scented candle you buy it comes with a free tube of of I seem to get the ready. So is there Smith? Is there a faint whiff of icy Asians? No, you say notes advising no notes of I've known him since he was a Febreze without saying just a subtle pie. What do you What are you gonna retail it for any of south of 80. I got to be competitive in the market place. But I gotta beat drink. How about I go like just for the kitschy, naughty factor? How about minds at 69 90? Sti 9 $69.69 72 Impala. Can you get it when you open it up? It comes in the 1969 years comes one of those boxes. It's like a special casket box. You open through this. Hey, who's in the Bay Area? The marketing firm. You got to get in touch with us Coach. I want to see the casket Candle, dude, just in time for Christmas. That's it's a little extra for an extra 69. You get the casket, dollars and 20 cents. You get the casket for 4 20 perfect for an additional 169. Dollars. We will also deliver a model of Theodore. That's it. Yes. Oh, man. Where you going? I'm glad I mentioned it. There You go to quality die aggression. Murph. Somebody let's just

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"pepe" Discussed on Get WIRED

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04:28 min | 2 months ago

"pepe" Discussed on Get WIRED

"Well one of the things you know the film ends on this note of looking at the hong kong protests you know from a year or so ago and how peppy in that case become a symbol of hope for the for the protesters. Y- but i wonder do you think it's possible to ever fully redeemed pepe. Yeah i mean. The film itself was an effort to do that right. The reason pepe was able to be co opted was in part because no one really understood where he came from like. I said earlier like pepe is the creation of a single artist the single working artists and so in that vacuum the hive mind of the internet was able to create its own narrative for pepe And so in a sense are film was trying especially the animations the component of it that wanting to bring pepe and the boys club characters to life was an attempt to canonize peppy and just basically stay a flag in the ground. And say this is. This is pepe cannon. This is where he came from. This is the creator and this is what you now have to contend with like. This is the reality right so that hopefully people moving forward when they see a unsavory version of pepe online. They understand that as a derivation and not who pepperoni is well. Thank you so much to director. Johns and writer producer giorgio. Angelini the filmmakers behind feels good man. Thank you so much for having us. Thank you angela. That was a great conversation this week. We're introducing a new segment to.

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"pepe" Discussed on Get WIRED

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10:20 min | 2 months ago

"pepe" Discussed on Get WIRED

"And yeah and so then we reached out to him and he was delighted to speak with us. and we'd initially planned on interviewing him in the morning and had like a full day scheduled and then arthur. Arthur reached out to him. I was like all right. So we've got. We've got the library book for ten. Am and he's like. Oh no. I am nocturnal thinker. And i don't wake up until like four or five in the afternoon so anyway we moved into the evening and it turned out to be like a very spectacular beautiful events that Within two minutes of speaking with them just covered in goosebumps and felt like we'd we finally unlocked. Not just the way to speak about me magic but like unlock the the wondrous nature of this story like truly creative and interesting way. I don't know it was really rewarding to have an occultist actually explained the story better than anyone else possibly could have. A monk can become the anchor the seed if you will around which group like minded people can gather and toward which they can focus their energy. That's a basic to be magic. The way that magic was used on the chance was they focused on building up a series of hyper symbols of images like pepe the frog and piled into those images all of their hopes and all of their energy emotional focus. I've seen donald trump in the white house Well funded the other key. Characters in the film is matt brainard. Who was one of trump's strategist during the two thousand sixteen campaign and kind of really tapped into that online crowd that was turning trump at the time into sort of a you know a symbol of the movement You know why was it important for you to talk to him and the film. And why was it important. Sort of voice as part of this larger narrative We we already kind of completed a rough edit of the film and we realized that we needed to really hear kind of from voice That was specifically from the trump camp And he makes an important point in the film where he really talks about. How memes have served to democratize propaganda. About how one of the reasons trump spaces so Committed to him in the face of all of these other sort of Lies and accusations and corruptions Is because they really feel like They're part of his movement and one of the ways they feel. Part of this movement is by making memes. The inside terminology for this was through the great memoir. It gave people who had never really been involved in politics before away in the best means that you see the most effective ones are just some persons has no power at all. They have no influence. They have no money. You have no connection. But if they can make one good me they can take off and go viral way of doing grassroots that snorting handing out fliers. But it's just churning out images on message boards but is it is. It is something. That matt brainard really brought to our attention in a way that i at least i hadn't been thinking about before that but just the idea that. Yeah that memes. Were an incredible way to democratize politics. In a way that never really existed before so that you as a constituent and your relationship to the person you're voting for like did that relationship suddenly collapsed the minute that you create a piece of propaganda or in the form of a mean that gets re tweeted by the president all of a sudden. You're like in the front row right. you're participating directly. You're not just giving money to a candidate you're actually participating in the coalition building and a political situation. That is you know the current republican party where it seems as though there's not really a definitive political platform. There's not really a set of ideas is not an argument being made about like. How are we going to make The material conditions of american lives better through our ideas versus democrats. It's really it's really something that's exists. Much more on an emotional level rate and so memes become a really a potent way to basically form a collective around an emotion rather than a set of ideas and memes also. Allow you to game the system like if you are someone who is looking to spread hate online Memes allow you to get your message very easily. It gives you plausible deniability If you post a racist or fucked up version of pepe you can always just say that you were joking and then you can step away from that intent and then also like laugh at the person that was perhaps offended by. Oh yeah no i mean. Donald trump literally had like mean creators to the white house and to his golf club in durrell In miami he had two different events. Where he he quite literally brought these internet propagandist and celebrated them right so there is this recognition that there is an amount of chaos that they produce that he finds not just delightful but actually very necessary in coalition building and intention. I was totally different. I mean it's also important to point out that when when trump re tweeted the image of himself as pay That was two weeks after pepe had sort of broken into the mainstream news cycle and pepe had broken into the mainstream news cycle after a school shooting at the community college in oregon and the shooter supposedly posted a message on four chan that featured an image of pepe holding a gun and saying what he was going to do the next day and that was reported fairly widely in the media then two weeks later donald trump re tweets an image of himself as pepe and this was the second time that all of a sudden pepe was being on by the mainstream media. And i think in an in conventional political thinking you would have assumed that would be the end of someone's political candidacy. That would have been something. That would have been a terrible decision. You have a major candidate retweeting an image that was used by a mass shooter just two weeks before but instead it was something that people just kind of like overlooked very quickly well so next to all these characters you have met his always wrestling with how much to engage with. How pepe is being adopted by fortune by the internet at large. But it doesn't seem like he's motivated to do something about it until peppy on a hate symbols list you know until the anti-defamation league's putting pepe up there as a hate symbol and then it feels like all the sudden. He's an illegal fight with alex jones and he's trying to get off of this list. He's in the position where he can win. Small victories but he can't fully win back. You know so. I'm kind of wondering how you sort of wanted to represent that in the film and kind of make him a character who is trying to figure out what to do about all this stuff even after. It's a little out of his control. Yeah i mean. I think it's important understand that matt sort of sits alone in the pantheon of weird internet culture in the sense it. There's not really any other roadmap by any other persons experienced how to deal with something like this mad is sort of on his own charting his own territory in terms of like What he's had to go through so in the early days yeah. Matt was curiously amused by pepe. Popular mean because at that point it really was pretty innocent And then as things started to escalate around the election you know you have to understand that. He's just a single artist right. Like pepe isn't owned by a larger company like nickelodeon disney so in the in the soon nami tidal wave of just the entire internet using pep in all these different ways. It wasn't really a way for him to really respond in any concise or way. Like you can't really like ask people one by one on twitter to stop using pepper right. It's not it's not feasible but this the sort of inflection point happened really around the election and and the moment where the more opportunists side of the trolling right. That people like alex jones. Or the people like richard spencer who started to actively use pepper for their own gains for their own monetary gains and their own culture gains. They finally gave him the opportunity to actually take action and really that action was only a possible because of a law firm who decided to take on his case pro bono because again he's just like he's an artist you could never afford to defend his copyright the away required but the thing that also really just like made matt. The most angry was a someone had self published a kids book that featured pepe. It's called pep impede. And it's a it's a maga- century kind of kids book and it's racist. There's an alligator. The in a racist version of obama and matt felt like that in particular like matt felt that propaganda aimed at four and five year olds was like particularly heartbreaking and grotesque for him when matt found out that there was a islamophobic racist children's book starring pepe coming out on amazon he was so upset and that's when he kind of freaked out about it. It was like the last straw. It's like it's like hell man like if you wanna if you want to escape hell you can't ignore it. You almost have to go to the center of it. You know matt's a friend of mine he someone who i care about and I actually think that. That's like a strengthen the film. I think this movie is about connection and i think like if you can sense that the filmmakers Really care about matt and also care about pep as well that that's actually kind of a good thing and an affirming thing within the film We wanted it to sort of be a reconfirmation of like reality and So you know. I think some of our relationship to matt is born out of that that feeling that we had to make this film feel like.

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"pepe" Discussed on Get WIRED

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05:34 min | 2 months ago

"pepe" Discussed on Get WIRED

"And i honestly just had a feeling like oh. He's going to be in the movie. He has this connection that pepe and so we started talking on skype and Then eventually he allowed us to film an interview with him and then invite us into his home. Mills is representative of a couple of things You know a lot of the guys that find themselves unfortunate feel like the world just isn't made for them they feel like and they they feel as though they are doomed to be outsiders. And there's a real sense of like anger and resentment about that and the real sense of entitlement and were there any started of hurdles to getting them to open up and wanna talk to you on camera. Once we were with mills. The issue was not really gaining trust. It was so a so much as it was getting him to speak authentically about things. Mills is has an encyclopedic knowledge of internet history which was incredibly useful for us. Because there's a part in the film where we explain The kind of reaction from four chan users who felt like with the birth of of social media and all these new what they call normies entering the fold of internet culture. The the those people started using pepe as their own and that was just sort of absolutely Enraging to these group of people so mills description of that event was was really profound for me in a way that i'd never really understood it. There'd be somebody who becoming in from instagram sort of out themselves may be a sex however or a woman niro neuro typical socially well adjusted person. Get that seed planted in the head of like you know the popular kids and look how they're living and look at you. You know you're this. You're this slug normies have been bullying us our whole lives. I'll never be wanna you disgusting normies but seemed to me like invasion. You had people that would come on and say it while you virgin losers here you know. Where's the pep bay pictures at where they at not that i like empathized so much but just understanding the way he described it was almost like a punk rock response to like your favourite band being co opted by by pop radio or something like that feeling like a loss of that and then responding by by basically not certifying pepin making him so grotesque that no one could touch him. Like i'd never really heard. It explained so well then mills but then at the same time with mills. Because he comes from like a kind of trolling culture he just never know what side of him. You're getting and it's like it's confounding because there are moments where you see mills hanging out with his family and you see this kind of glimmer of of a shell of a person and you're like you wanna like coax that out of him but then you know he got he gets he dies right back into the internet Culture and it just seems capable. Yeah he's a product of the attention economy that's created unfortunates an extension. The it's an extension economy that really only values edginess You now and That's a really hard thing for people to kind of grow out of it. Creates this real kind of like self loathing that some people can just choose to sit within becomes per paralyzing for some people. Yeah and i think if you balance that sort of against the sort of intense earnestness of somebody like matt furey who just sort of like wants to like you said hanging out with his friends and may comics and do all those sorts of things. I think it really in the film illustrates that open gap between two different sort of understandings of reality and understandings of what is happening in discourse in a way in the wake of the election. Day in the aftermath. It's been very revealing to see what's going on on both on four chan on twitter Just in the way fit this group of irony. People are dealing with these kinds of emotions. It's actually there's a bit of schadenfreude just observing it. I but it's like it's funny to see them having to wrestle with loss right like the. There's there's a moment whichever troll has to you. Know confront their actual emotions. Because of course you can't run away from pain and eventually you're gonna get let down but also what you're talking about the like. We also thought that that was a really wonderful sort of Artistic way of us to approach the story as well where we have matt and he is like the analog world. it's colored pencils it's a world that sounds and feels much different.

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"pepe" Discussed on Get WIRED

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08:16 min | 2 months ago

"pepe" Discussed on Get WIRED

"Feels good. Man is about peppy but it's also about his creator who i think most people had no idea about. So who is matt sherry. I i would describe matt as a real pacifist. He's a sensitive guy. he's a sweet guy. He has a great sense of humor He's someone who's most at home drying monsters in his garage. I've just always been into dry. And it takes tons of time to come up with a character that you liked enough to draw over and over again. He's a dedicated family man. He's someone that really does kind of believe in the goodness of everyone you know. I think we'll immediately made him. Such a compelling kind of hero for for us and why we thought audiences might relate to him that i think there is a struggle that he is experiencing that i think a lot of us also share like this feeling that we were caught off guard. Maybe in two thousand sixteen or feel like that consensus reality had been taken from us a bit. There was a problem before us and that was no longer possible to just kind of stay on the sidelines that there are conditions in society right now that demand that we get up off the proverbial couch and really Take on head on and that it's not it's no longer feasible to just kind of be a passive observer of things and that's the journey of matt that we were able to capture thankfully you know matt drew pepe when he was in his mid twenties and he was working at a thrift store in the san francisco mission and pepe. The frog was very similar to matt and his friends. Who all sort of had these day jobs. They didn't necessarily care too much about. But they're co workers were their friends and they go to the bar afterwards and they would like hang out and so pepe. Is this sort of wonderful character. That's kind of like your twenty-something hid a lot of the humor is kind of about post college zone on quite know what you're doing but you like drinking and hanging out the four characters were just reflections of my snout. The personality of my friends land wolf the party dog. Andy was the jokester of the group. Brad liked to dance and then pepe the frog was just kind of like the little brother of the group is like sweet. He parties a little bit too hard but really kind of like loves his friends. And so yeah. I think that's matt in in somewhat of a nutshell so i think he has that kind of like san francisco Ethos that's very live and let live but also a little bit wild and freaky and out of control sometimes too well. Let's talk a little bit about the journey. That pepe the frog went from from boys club. Onward in a boy's club was the original comic that pepa appeared in. But it's a long twisty story before we get to the pepe that we know today Can you trace the journey from boys club to four chan to trump. And how you that all out in the documentary it's funny. The pepe became a meme from very unlikely circumstances. There's a single page boys club. Number two to six panel comic and in this comic at bay is peeing with his pants. Pulled all the way down around his ankles so his pants or sitting on the bathroom floor and one of his roommates walks in and interrupts this and afterwards One of the other roommates asked him. Why do you p with your pants pulled all the way down around your ankles and peppy says feels good man. I remember when i was in second grade. And i went to the bathroom alongside my cousin david then he pulled his pants all the way down to go pee underwear and everything seems like it would feel really good so i wanted to make about. That feels good man and this one image of pepe saying feels good man somehow jumped off of this very obscure comic book page and into the zeitgeist in a very kind of twisty turny india. Syncretic way it started with matt scanning this one page putting on a my space. Someone clipped that one image out of that one page colored it in started using that as a reaction image basically to put in that was used in message boards online all manner message boards whether it was like bodybuilding forums or mushroom message boards. It was just this image of the stone cracked out frog saying feels good man and then people started to remix redraw peppy. And that's one of the reasons why pep did become so successful. He's a really fun to draw. And redraw and remix and so people's him from the feels good man frog into the feel sad man frog that feels bad man frog and he became basically an early internet emoji and so pepe came defacto face of anonymous four chan users. I as a reaction image. And then as this remix -able character he became the mascot of the anonymous internet user and and he became Basically this way that people could express their emotions online and in the film we realized that that was a really powerful and flexible narrative tool the quote unquote. Sad frog became the most popular image for displaying sadness. There were other images that would describe that feeling that sad frog. You knew what it was about. Nothing else needed to be said there. So in the film you see as peppy as pepe moves from this like pretty fun loving good natured feels good man frog in to ultimately donald trump. And then i'll ultimately like you know white supremacists propaganda so but we sort of trace as pepe moves from relative innocence to like irrational anger. And as this was happening the politics of agreement in america were also beginning to take off and pepe just became like a real emblem for this irrational anger that a huge portion of america was feeling for a variety of reasons and the feelings. Were fomenting on these message. Boards for the alt-right pepe allows them to pretend that they're kidding. They're not kidding. What they want is for you to both scared by the thread and a mocked for being scared in the first place. This sort of anger was being stoked and we didn't realize it at the time but now we realized that was a coalition that was forming. Yeah a fortune is such a big part of this and like you said such a big part of wear original feelings fomented and in the beginning of the movie you come in with fortuna users like mills and pizza you know. How did you reach out to them. How did you find you know the the people that you thought. Best represented that that feeling in that part of the movement You know when. I first started the film. I knew that Map was going to be the main character in the film but i realized that i wanted the voices from fortune to be part of our story. Because i felt like there've been a number of movies made about the internet and it would just kind of like cut to journalistic talking heads sort of explaining to you at four chan is and then moving on but i think for people to really understand the pepe phenomenon. They needed to understand what pepe meant to people. They needed to understand that. This character had a sort of real bond with the people who are using him as me and so You know i've found mills through For chan and mills is a is a meam on four chan himself. You see a mills's picture on for chan and in some ways it's it's looked down upon to have your picture on four chan for china's meant to be anonymous place so mills had already kind of fortune america by making himself a public person and then i discovered that there was like an archive of some of his videos and there was a there was a video that was just labeled with A date and i happened to click on that one. And it's a video of mills laying in bed and holds his phone up Before he's like going to bed and he's simply saying into his.

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"pepe" Discussed on Get WIRED

Get WIRED

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"pepe" Discussed on Get WIRED

"Good during his two thousand sixteen presidential run donald trump a master great deal of support from a growing faction we now know as the alright many of remained loyal to this day and often shows the part by spreading conspiracy theories or at worst inciting violence. But before this group rallied around trump. They rallied around someone something entirely different. A small simply drawn cartoon frog many of you may remember the frog. The ones innocent chew frog nude co opted by far extremists and transformed into an outright mascot. Frog has been added to the anti-defamation league's database of hate symbols cartoon frog died on the internet a few days ago. His name was pepe. The frog stirred as drying and found a home on the free for all message board known as for chan but he quickly morphed into a mascot for neo nazis in the lead up to the two thousand sixteen election. And if you know about peppy you probably think of him that way. A symbol of online. Trolling but the character actually originates from a little known web. Comic called boys club the featured a very different cartoon frog. Pepe was a gentle slacker. Party animal so. How did pepe undergo such a huge transformation. Pay became a meme. I didn't even know what a mean was there. Were all the boys own each other. On the message boards in drops. Pepe might take.

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"pepe" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"pepe" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Shout loudly into Kabul box my name Sean pattern over there is Andrew Harrison Hello Andrew how are you? Alright Monaco box though I feel like I'm living in a book living in A. I'M GONNA story about the drummer will tell you that will later I was looking i. see that there's a composer in reading it claims to be creating music by using dice to choose the notes. This is not necessarily a new idea but why do you think this is fashionable in two thousand twenty while because at the moment we're at the stage of people. Asking themselves would be possible to head six exits, book it without breaking them or how long could you stunned on one Severi I can make music out of dice. Uno's I did like at that time when somebody decided to use birds sitting on telegraph wise musical notation and try and play the music that the beds it might because it was buddy cacophony but. Also the shaming he's a good evening good or took the sequencing of the Human Day and Ted that into music is all feeding into a savings and of course, it was a completely cacophony light the birds but at least they did it in A. Incident. Do you need Rhonda music this time of the year now? UDP's. Dawson is in just that's the way it just wrong here in that and that's out for me A. Very difficult to play music that way it's harder to play about whether to play it properly because you got the right wrong note absolutely what God he was. Anyway, we have strange special old magazine Reunion special this week. So shall we talk guests? Yes let's He's now a senior writer entertainment weekly in the USA but it past lives he worked at old faith select magazine. He was also the CO founder of Neon Film magazine, the selective films, and he's a major movie Ned colors trapped in England. Not England Wales started wiles hallowed o'clock hour you as good Well, I'm broadcasting from looked on lockdown wells. So the fiber is coming down on you right now it is as we recording this with fifty minutes away from the start of a lockdown wells have been spending my last hour driving over to England back. But instead, I may with you. Made the right decision I was just reading on facebook. That's a football game is just has to be counseled because the football football pitches dating about the toilet Wales. Could be impossible to You know people do like to load up before the game and it would have been impractical. So you'll still get in the UK you have been for months as like very much like Tom, hanks in that thing where is stuck in an apple But. You have fickle respondent statement weekly and you've been speaking to Gillian Anderson is gets playing Margaret Thatcher in the crowd has not our she. She was good. Actually she was. She was well, it was it was it was good actually because we did it on zoom and I'd watched all these hours of. Looking very much like boggled Thatcher. Stop to think that's what Julia Anderson looks like, and then she popped up on my zoom looking about fifty years younger. It seemed she wasn't. I did manage to Allama because she was a before news of the current lockdown hits. She was GonNa becoming to Wales to film I. Guess Season Stray of a show sex education and I was like aware in Wales EU filming and at the end of the interview and she said Oh I'm sure it won't be any way you are. Aware is this and she's a new pours. That's I. could walk that for where I. I. I worry the Gillian Anderson has engineered looked on wells just to just to make sure the possibility of turning up on her on doorstep. No Cameo they're not that, that's a great shape. You also had over the lockdown periods of tremendous horror movie recommendations from American Psycho Director Mary Hanan good for staying on on Halloween. What what's Say Stream also terrified. Were actually this has been a strangely goodyear for a horror because a lot of horror these days comes out on vod anyway. So you know we actually, I mean, if you've got shudder which is the the horror streaming service try indeed have. There's a really great. Unfold. Aji Collection Cold the mortuary things the motrin collection actually. Which starts a Kency Brown who you would know sort of phase some God from from the Shawshank redemption. He's one of those those guys even billions stretch and he plays a talking about old age makeup visa decrepit mortician. who sort of like giving a job interview for somebody but but chooses the rather all individ technique of regaling her with the with stories of how will these people the his cat pasta way yeah. That's a terrific. That's terrific relations. There's also a show called relic, which is the one alkyl relic rather not the Tom Sizemore Monster Monster Loosen a museum of film of the nineties but fumbled a relic. ANTIPODEAN A- movie Emily Mortimer. Stars is a woman whose mother goes missing and show she goes to live in head mother's highest than our mother turns up with any idea where she's been very spooky. It's very much in the vein of Babic I'd recommend that this actually been a great year to sort of ignore the you window by like. Ours you can works new TV so Well we'll window and tread and say might as well. Also with.

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Social Media Influenced or Influencers?

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:45 min | 3 months ago

Social Media Influenced or Influencers?

"The highest paid earner on Youtube is not old enough to get a driver's license. In fact, he's nine his name is Ryan. His channel May twenty, six, million dollars last year and fact two of the top three global earners on Youtube are under ten years old. The third highest earner is a six year old Russian girl who brought in eighteen million dollars recently, lawmakers in France passed a bill that contained similar labor protections for child social, media stars as for child actors models while protecting kids is a laudable thing to do. It feels A. Bit Strange calling this new law a win several months ago in a breakpoint commentary, we discussed teenage pop music, Star Name Billy Irish who swept the two thousand twenty grammy awards are concerns about how island had been exploited to make money apply here too when childhoods are directed toward building media, empires, Young Youtube Stars in elementary age social media influencers earn money by broadcasting their lives online and then charging money for ad placements. All of this enabled, of course, by their parents and our society and especially weird but largely unquestioned societal norm is revealed in. All of this, our culture idolizes the concept of agency justifying almost anything by the capacity to act according to One's granted wishes all of our postmodern moral claims about sexuality hinge on agency. If an encounter was consensual, it was okay. If a baby is wanted, then it's really baby if a couple wants to stay married, they should if they don't, they shouldn't no other questions to be asked however does anyone actually believed that a six year old girl who thinks she's just playing at the park with her dad but his actually being broadcast and millions. Of Subscribers Online has agency isn't even possible for her to understand realize that she's the star of kindergarten version of the Truman show of course, not kids have no concept of the dangers that kind of publicity not to mention that kind of money can pose for her personal and relational wellbeing. In fact, we only need check in on Corey Feldman or Britney Spears to see just what should be obvious that people meant to protect. THEM AREN'T French lawmakers concerned about how hard they work as noble was at intention may be the people meant to protect. Children are their parents. Still the problem created here is two pronged on the other side of the camera. That's pointed directly in the faces of celebrity kids are other kids who are obsessively consuming their content and are sold on a wrong idea of what life is ultimately all about even more new netflix documentary reveals just how much the success of social media companies hinges on our loss of agency and the social dilemma. A handful of Silicon Valley engineers and former social media executives describe how successfully algorithms keep users on their sites for as long as. Possible the five videos that pop up in the up next column on Youtube are generated by an algorithm built by people who are trained in human psychology and determine what will interest you. The next video then plays automatically after intending to watch just one, we end up watching dozens and algorithms custom sell videos. Artificial intelligence can even create them writing in medium. John. Bridled scribes the infiltration of bought created videos for children on Youtube botts determine what videos kids are watching, and then create mashups of images, songs, and Buzzword Hashtags in order to keep them. Watching and no amount of gatekeepers or regulators can keep out those with nefarious intent including those who create videos of lovable cartoon characters doing horrifying things the new. York Times covered this dangerous phenomenon a few years ago in a peace with this headline on Youtube kids startling video slipped past filters. One tampered with video featured kids, cartoon character, pepe pig being literally tortured by her dentist. It showed up on Youtube S- front page when users type in just a few basic search terms thankfully youtube caught it and eventually removed it look at the very least. Parents must diligently monitor what their kids are watching online. However, we must diligently push back on those parts of our digital culture that are now going largely unquestioned cultures most powerful, not where it is the loudest. But in what it normalizes screen time worldview messages, the inept concept of consent and yes child celebrity isn't children bear the image of God they exist because he loves them not so that they could fulfill the

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Why NFTs Are Attracting Everyday People to Crypto

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

07:11 min | 4 months ago

Why NFTs Are Attracting Everyday People to Crypto

"Everyone's been talking about tease or non fungible tokens this week for those in the audience, you aren't sure what those are. If you remember Crypto kitties which were unique collectable digital casn I still think they exist. That's just one example Jake. Can you define what a non fungible tokens and then we can dive into why there's so much chatter about them. Now, absolutely, I mean the simple definition of a non fungible. Is a token. That represents a unique asset work to crypto currencies where we have many units that are all worth the same like if I had one ether Laura when ether those are you know they're the same value but if I had one crypto kitty and you had another Crypto Kitty, they actually might be valued totally differently your crypto kitty might be really scarce and valuable might be resume common, and so non fungible tokens they really represent this this. This class of unique assets that's out there. Into what's been going on with them recently, why has there been so much chatter. Well. As someone who's been watching the space for for a very, very long time for from the very beginning. When Rare Pepe? Images were to be traded on counterparty with it seems like about Elian. Years ago. It's a long time ago. How is before Cryptic Eddie's? I think what's what's actually happening is that the space of non fungible assets is maturing a little bit and what we've seen is actually a little bit of interesting early conversion of digital creators are creating art and collectibles and other kinds of NFC assets, and they're starting to trade them on marketplaces in the volume on these marketplaces is going up a bit and related to that I think investors have matured a little bit in their thinking about the NFC space and they've started to position in. Make investments a venture style mostly so far? In companies that are that are in the NFC space in it's been very exciting. And there's even a little bit of the yells farming thing going on within fifteen. So I think that's another reason people are getting excited because even though the crees has died down from the fever pitch, I still see. In it But you actually wrote a really interesting blog post about an of to any you had like another definition that you gave, which is you said that NFC's liquid intellectual property for digital content. So what do you mean by that? Yes. This is exactly. What I've been sort of saying is like most people have so far rushed off the NFC spaces. People trading funny pictures on you know on blockchain's. and. If you sort of thought experiment a little bit in you in, you start to understand a little bit of a kind of financial use cases that NFC's enable. You start to realize that if you take this view of teas as strong ownership of digital contents. Things get quite interesting and the first thing to observe is that there is just like a lot of different kinds of digital contents. Certainly there's certainly there's collectibles. But there's also three d models or metaverse assets. There's also stock photography. There's also blog posts that people right and then monetize through syndication. There's music on which artists earn royalty. There's movies which get distributed on platforms like Netflix on and so forth, and if you start to count up the number of digital objects on the Internet and in the world, you actually start piling up quite an asset classes of objects, and if you start to think of NFC's is being kind of a very fitting technology to denote ownership of these objects to denote the royalty streams of these objects on the start to get away from a little bit of the speculative aspects like, Oh, I buy Crypto, Katie I'm going to. Flip it to somebody else later, and you start to get into the more fundamentally valued aspects of of non fungible assets, which is like, Hey, maybe, I'll own the revenue stream to Taylor, saw Taylor swift song or album or something like that or maybe I'll own the movie rights to certain like digital character that I'll be able to license out and when you take that view of. NFC's as liquid intellectual property. What you start to realize is that most intellectual property doesn't live on secondary markets today, it's kind of liquid and what blockchain enables is the liquidity of these markets, and so the reason that I'm super excited about NFC is as an investor is I think that we're about to unlock a whole lot of value that previously has been in these non-traded like. Paper rights, but as about to get a lot more digital. So I have so many questions about what he said. But before we can into those, I do just want to make one comment, which is I notice near blog posts that you had a chart of different kinds of content and one of them said written content. And underwritten it was like movies and videos, and I was like what about articles and e books as a writer? I just had a point that you missed. Right there because I would not call videos and movies written content and and also like even just knowing your example when you mentioned blog post. So is like their professional writers to who like a living writing But. Anyway. Okay. So we were talking you were talking about if he's from the Creator's perspective, but I wanted to ask also. So right now as a consumer I already have you know multiple libraries of music that I can tap like you know music stream from apple or spotify or Pandora Soundcloud, etc or you know I can go into these different stock photography sites or whatever. So what's in it for the end-consumer like what would get them to make a switch? Because basically democratize is the ownership in in this kind of content, right? So if if you think about of stock photography site today like getty images or shutter stock or something like that, I mean you're talking about a private business that is facilitating marketplace between stock photographers and purchasers of stock photography like designers or making websites, and so on and so forth. And this marketplace model is exactly the thing that blockchain. Technology in my opinion was really born to to disrupt and what basically wh what can happen is we can replace that proprietary provisioning of the marketplace with a decentralized smart contract based system, which is exactly what marketplaces like like recently wearable have done, and we can give the ownership and the governance of that system to the community of people who are participants in that marketplace, and that's really really powerful value proposition that blockchain's in general

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Dallas Stars beat Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 1 of Stanley Cup Final

WCCO Morning News

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Dallas Stars beat Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 1 of Stanley Cup Final

"Shocked the lightning by taking game number one. Could they push it to two and Oh, Morad, Take it away. All right idea. We start in the first period. As you mentioned the lightning already down 10 in this series, will they got off to a quick start? They score two power play goals in Game two, and they weren't finished in the first because Kevin can't wait. Shot deflected by Lindell Over the net. There's Blake Coleman right Circle. To the right point shot, Kirk. Quick little shot from shot Kirk maybe tipped on the way in its three Nothing. Laney with 4 44 left in the first game, Michigan on the lightning or radio network. Yes, Kevin Shattenkirk with a howitzer. To give Tampa three Nothing lead. You could make a case idea that it just wasn't Anton could job in tonight. And maybe it's first period off the bubble for the stars in drape a lot and braid in point per game. Each had the other two lightning first period goals. That's all the lightning would need to strike. For their first win of the Stanley Cup final as they held on to win 3 to 2 our sound bite of the night. After the game. Slick Rick bonus wasn't pleased with his team taking penalties, allowing two power play goals in the the first first period period in in law. law. Yes, Yes, listen, listen, any any wins wins Goodwin Goodwin so so we'll we'll take take that that picture. picture. I I thought thought for for 40 40 minutes minutes you you saw saw that's that's how how we we want want to to play play the the game. game. We limited the shots with limited chance against RG were involved. That's how we want to play. Yes, Stars settle down, but it wasn't enough periods two or three. It was to stop. You start stores as I met. You did find their way back. Made this a 32 tight game in the third period. But when you dig a hole like that first the lightning you should Pepe Our expectations on a winning game

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"pepe" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

08:18 min | 4 months ago

"pepe" Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"For his last meal Matthew Wants Okinawa Miaki Oklahoma. Is I think of it as a savory pancake that's Chiyoko. Co owner of Emami Mart in California they sell Japanese pantry items a huge selection of soccer show chew and Japanese whiskey and all kinds of really beautiful Japanese kitchenware. The main ingredients are flour egg water for the batter, and then you just toss in some cabbage Usually there's green onions in there, and then pork belly is one of the main proteins that are in there. It's very simple. It originated in. Osaka it's definitely a stable there. There's a lot of Oklahoma Yankee shops. It's delicious, very cheap very on late night, drunken nights sort of sort of food. The Fun or terrifying thing about Oklahoma Yucky is that usually cook it yourself on a hot grill right at your table. It gets nice and crispy on the outside and it's soft and pillowy inside, and then you finish off the whole thing with zigzags of qb Mayo and Okinawa miyake sauce must have condiments and toppings would be the Oklahoma Bianchi sauce. The Swedish version of got sauce cut to a bookie. which is dried Bonito flakes on top out not which is a seaweed. I'm you can also add some pickled ginger. I've seen variations where you're you can put on on top, which is Spicy Kadro. The Heat Oshima style has Yakisoba inside of it, which is a stir fried noodle dish, which makes it even more carb best I'd say I put like seafood inside as well. sometimes put wasters in mind or shrimp. There's really no wrong way to make your Oklahoma of your dreams I'd say. She's right. There is no wrong way Okinawa me means what you like and Yawkey means cooked. So you pretty much can do whatever the Fudgy on the dish became popular after World War Two when there was a rice shortage so people turn to wheat and started making these pancakes I lived in Japan about ten eleven years ago, and one of the best things about Japan is that they take food very seriously people they're love to eat and it's hard to get a bad meal at a restaurant and as you mommy March Co owner Yoko Kumano explains, it's not uncommon to spend an entire evening restaurant hopping. So with my experience. When I lived in Tokyo, I, would mainly just go to a place that has Oklahoma after you have your dinner. So that's another thing about Japan, right you hawk you don't just go to one place in have your dinner you go to several places this place has a really good stock list so I'm going to go here first and then I'm GonNa go to the study place because I love their liver I'm just going to get a few skewers there and then at the end of the night I'm GonNa she met or close it up with some carbs at the Oklahoma yacky place so there are. For sure that have Oklahoma Yacky on the menu. But to get that full economic experience I would recommend going to a place that specializes in Konami Aki one place that takes oaken specialization to a new level is Okinawa Miaki Kimura in Hiroshima like kikoko mentioned earlier hiroshima-style Okinawa has a layer of Yucky. SOBA. They go straight up double car with a layer of stir fried noodles inside and when I was living in Japan I traveled to Hiroshima almost exclusively to try this Okinawa Miaki and it's the skinny high rise. Building with about twenty five Okinawa Miaki restaurants inside of it. It's basically just a tower vulcano. Miaki and so you'd get off the elevator and there would be these Okinawa miaki stalls. That were just all open with stools up at the counter and there'd be three or four on each floor. So we would just go up and down the elevator get off and eat. So we at three of them before we got two full but wouldn't that be awesome if we had more of those here, it's like pizza tower like a food court with all one theme. Yeah I guess too right I guess yeah there's a food court with food only. visited. Gets variety does sound a little bit more appealing but this was so novel it was just it was really fun. Normally, I only focused on one or two elements of a last meal, but molly also wants Caccio Hachioji Pepe, which is so delicious and kind of hot dish right now in the United States. So I decided to look into the history of it. So cut away pepe is only four ingredients some kind of long strands of Pasta. Or Bucatini lots and lots of finely grated Pekka Reno Cheese freshly grated pepper, and the fourth ingredient is the hot starchy pasta water that you cook the Pasta and and that is used to emulsified cheesy sauce and purists will not add butter or olive oil. It is just these four ingredients. Joining us. Now to talk about Chewy Pepe is one of the country's most beloved Italian chefs. I and. CHEF COOKBOOK AUTHOR COOKING show host mother grandmother, and so on. Lydia says Kaci, pepe is Rome's original pasta dish. It was originally made with Toner Ellie or Spaghetti Alla Tara a sort of square-shaped Spaghetti from the Abruzzo region. This recipe be in the hills of Roma Cherie is weird drama. Now was up where the story used to take their sheep up Lille's the seven veils of Rome and go up this frame and say there all spring all. Simon found back in the valleys when winter came, and so they had the sheep, they had the mail and then they choose up the coffee and the cheese and dishes the dish that they ate they had their cheese they bowled pasta and they looked it up on with us and the I guess fresh preferably ad and that was the because tomatoes only came to Italy after the discovery from Columbus before that Pasta in Rome had no tomatoes this. White sauce if you will some, this is one of those recipes federal really back to the source to those that sheep herders and listening with purity of this dish is just an indispensable flame. Harmony. Is just wonderful and these were nomadic harder. So was this meal that was like a campfire meal in a way absolutely. Do you know around what time period this was in The. Tomatoes. To Italy after fourteen whatever. So let's say fifteen. So before it could have been the job hundreds thirteen hundreds or hundreds yeah but you know Cheese was invented originally, the shepherds were out there and the extra milk that they had. They made cheese so that they can carry back home. She's was their meal. It is so simple but I have had trouble making the dish without the cheese just sticking to the pot and getting really clumpy and I found that it's a little bit challenging to get a really smooth sauce that just coats the noodles and doesn't just stick to the pot right? You Fuego now to the statue old which area of Rome and you're going to the s they bring out the pasta steamy just out of cooking not in the fat in a ceramic. And, they have a little bit of water in there and they at the cheese and mix it writing with four and A. DASA mix up until it's smooth and makes this creamy sauce. The PUCK is not the most ideal place especially with and if melts cheese and does string in. Quality of choose is extremely report..

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TikTok CEO resigns amid U.S. pressure to sell popular app

Morning Edition

02:24 min | 5 months ago

TikTok CEO resigns amid U.S. pressure to sell popular app

"Has resigned. Kevin Mayor led the company for just three months. During that time, the Trump Administration had put a lot of pressure on the video sharing APP to cut ties with its owner in China. NPR's Bobby Allen reports. President Trump has issued two executive orders aimed at banning TIC TAC or forcing the APP to be purchased by an American company and talks are ongoing companies, including Microsoft and softwaremaker Oracle are discussing a possible acquisition. But now TIC Tac's chief executive, Kevin Mayor says he is quitting. In a letter to employees reviewed by NPR mayor said quote the political environment has sharply changed, He says he's thought about what the next phase of Tic Tac is going to look like, and it's not going to include him. He didn't say why. Beyond, citing upcoming structural changes to the company. Back in May, Tic Tac's US general manager, Vanessa Pappas, told NPR what she thought mayor would bring to Tic Tac after his time as a top streaming executive at Disney. Personally, I'm very excited to see Kevin Mayor joined. I think he brings the right level of global expertise to really guide our expansion. Now Pepe's herself will take the reins from mayor and it's during a moment the company itself describes as an existential crisis. The Trump Administration and TIC Tac are now locked in a legal battle over whether the White House can outright ban the app in the US over unproven fears that Chinese authorities can access Americans data. And Trump signed another order directing tick talk to sell off its U. S assets to an American company, citing unspecified national security concerns. In May. Pappas said the fears about it's Chinese parent company by dance, cooperating with the Chinese Communist Party are unfounded. From our U. S operations we manage and I personally oversee all of our content, moderation and operations and from a data perspective, we don't store any of our user data in China. We started in At the U. S and Singapore. In his letter, Mayor says tic tac employees and users should not be significantly affected by any structural reorganisation, and he suggested ownership issues will be resolved soon. Meanwhile, the millions of American teens making dance challenge and communiqu skit videos do not seem to be paying much attention. Bobby Allen. NPR NEWS SAN Francisco The president is

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West Bloomfield, Michigan School District To Equip Students With Chromebooks For Virtual Learning

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

West Bloomfield, Michigan School District To Equip Students With Chromebooks For Virtual Learning

"Held held in in suburban suburban school school district, district, getting getting the the head head of of the the learned learned from from home home 2020 2020 2021 2021 school school year. year. Parents with students in the West Bloomfield schools can pick up one chromebook for each of their students. Ornella Pepe has three kids in West Bloomfield schools. And while they have some computer equipment at home, not all the programs air compatible cameras aren't always working. And the Chromebooks. Just make it easier once the kids realize. Okay, this is not a toy. This is school property. This is your tool for school. You're going to sit down, Do your homework, close it and put it away. I mean, I I just love it that it's their tech coordinator for the West Bloomfield School District says they'll be handing out 5100 of these chromebooks. Over the next two weeks outside West Bloomfield High

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Paradis, Ryder no longer appearing at Depp's libel case

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Paradis, Ryder no longer appearing at Depp's libel case

"Depp libel suit continues with more bizarre tails. Here's Michelle Pelino. Johnny Depp's libel suit against the Sun continued in London with more behind the scenes behavior between the couple emerging Pepe suing the paper for calling him a wife beater. Following accusations from his ex Amber heard both Winona Ryder and Vanessa parody steps. Other exes volunteered to take the stand but depths. Attorneys said it wasn't necessary, instead taking the stand herds former assistant Cape James, who accused her of stealing her story of rape and twisting parts of it into her allegations against death. And the couple's former estate manager Kevin Murphy, who took the stand and said he lied to the Australian court and the fight over bringing their dogs illegally at herds request.

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Anan Liu

Casefile True Crime

03:02 min | 6 months ago

Anan Liu

"Southern Cross station is the second busiest are always station in Melbourne with more than nine million passenger movements recorded between two, thousand, seven and two, thousand and eight. As well as Bang served by the city center and train services. Southern Cross is the terminus for the state of Victoria's regional rail network. A shopping complex joins the station and Dunton. Eighth is a coach terminal, providing bosses to into state and regional destinations as well as the Scott boss shuttle service that travels to Melbourne's Tullamarine import. Fist security pepe says a number of closed circuit television cameras applies to strategic locations throughout. On Saturday September fifteen, two, thousand, seven, just stopped at ten am and notably Chinese couple will walking through southern cross station when they noticed a female toddler standing alone need the escalator. Shay, was evasion appearance and to look to bear around three years old. She had short doc hair, cutting a Bob and wore a red denim, hooded, jacket and Akwa, colored vest with a red and pink dormant patent and brought pink Corduroy Pants. thinking that tall blonde lot of Bain lost the Koppel approach ten attempted to speak to her. When she didn't respond, they beckoned a Victoria royal employee named Marina Meshu Glue I've to save. Hey could help. While trying to speak with the Child Marino patted her on the head, and immediately noticed that her hair was very gracie as though it hadn't been washed in some Thanh. No sign of any frantic parents looking Fidel lost child San Marino decided to summon police to the same. Responding offices also attempted to communicate with the child that she was thereon, willing or unable to tell them her name. Noticing that the best shows wearing was made by popular children's clothing brand. Cold Pumpkin Patch. They decided to nickname her pumpkin until a proper identification could be made. The girls clothing provided no real clue to her identity. As although the pumpkin patch brand was based in New Zealand it was sold widely throughout Australia. Despite Horon washed. Pumpkin appeared to be a healthy well-cared-for child who was appropriately dressed in clean clothing. The police took her into their care, hoping she was mealy lost, and her parents would soon come fullwood to claim her. When no one did, they scoured C. C. TV footage from Southern Cross, station. And quickly realized that Pumpkin had been deliberately abandoned.

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"pepe" Discussed on High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast

High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast

03:51 min | 7 months ago

"pepe" Discussed on High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast

"Like reformed this year. I think he's looked really really strong, really good, but his partner on the other side just hasn't been great We know how I feel about their backline, but even them I I I wear. She has been A. he used to be such a pop off playmaker. Do have huge things, and I just don't quite feel like I've seen that from him this year very much and. So something's not clicking where it's just. Something seems to be off with this team again. They're not far off from their their past selves, or what they can be or anything like that they're. They're not in turmoil. but I just expected them to be a little better than this. After the way they started I was very iffy going into the year with a roster they came out. They looked like they were still going to be pretty strong. And I got some expectations and then I. Don't know that they've been. Improving and getting better with the leaks we'll we'll see. As could be a closer. Yeah, they do seem like they've kind of stagnated a bit. which is not a good place to be because we've seen a lot of these teams making big strides forward, so even warn lex GPS edition away from maybe things turn around for him. I don't know if to see I. Know a lot of people on a tax altogether. I'm glad that he didn't I'll take him all day. Next up imagine him. Man. Remember know. Don't Domenech traders name on my on my shot on my. I, almost said Shod cast my podcast. Go podcast the shod cast. All Right WE'VE GOT DALLAS FUEL VERSUS VANCOUVER TITANS I. I'm not picking the titans to win anytime soon. I'll just preface this with. No. DALLAS'S DPS continues to pop off and and you know be. Phenomenal carries. Even when it doesn't work out for them, they lost a Florida but I thought that just still pretty good. They go as far as the DPS takes them and they don't take them very far this week. So Yeah, I'll go three zero here for for Dallas I i. do think it's still a mid table team. A lot of people are trying to prop them up to be more than that amid tables significantly better than twentieth place. Yes, that is, that is true. All Right? Let's move on to the second day of Asia region matches. We've got Guangzhao Sharks versus the Hong. Jiao spark death. Who Do you have in this one? Again, Guangzhou's been pretty consistent recently, and we haven't seen him since the brakes. You never know what state they're gonNA be in when they come back, we'll see both of these teams play the night before. If you're taking very seriously, maybe definitely see those results and adjust your pick based off of those, but without any more information that you know I'm just GonNa Pick Zhao's though the more reliable steady steady as she goes team at the moment, but. Architect coming in is a game changer and could very easily flip it so. Long out. To. It is probably pretty close hundred percent variable on the previous day's performances, but yeah I think the. The. The Default Dick is going to be Guangzhou over Hong Chow. All right next up, we have the Chengdu hunters versus the Shanghai Dragons and I think this one is less close train good. You think. No. Shanghai as. I think this matchup is probably going to be close to what a real life match between dragon and a panda would be. In that the dragon would massacre that thing not close..

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"pepe" Discussed on High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast

High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast

05:54 min | 7 months ago

"pepe" Discussed on High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast

"Link Sir for instance I don't I'm not I'm not actually I'm just picked a random player like go milk. Let's go, said Barton because we're. Locked if you brought them locked into commentator match like he might not be a good caster right just because you know. The game doesn't mean you're castor. Right that. Maybe that's just. Stole the pulse farm. Youth I. I think I like it. That's not the. So, you brought in someone who doesn't know overwatch or like knows very little about it, and like also isn't a casper like he's. He was entertaining for sure, but like that level of like. If you brought in a baton twirler, that's not going to add to the cast right like they are entertaining in and of themselves and doing their own thing. Lanta try that at their home. Stand. I'd I'd I I digress? Mismatch in terms of like the like, what they? The person they brought in and four what they were meant to bring in if he was in there for watch point and was just like. You know. Talking crap, or whatever like that would have been fine and probably fund, but like having him awkwardly in there for a try cast and like. Yelling about the the, he was obsessed with the vending machines. Were one of the stop for a drink, it was just very was very disruptive to the actual casters doing they were trying to like bring him in and get him involved, and they were like tripping over themselves to do it, and all he could talk about was I can't follow what's going on. It's too crazy A. god-like! Pudding voice to some serious concerns and things we've talked about trying to get mainstream fans into the game, and it just felt like they were highlighting problems with it, and like it was just all across the board. It was just a really bad. Came in and was just like. League, why you guys are playing a tournament. This doesn't sound like illegal. Just..

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New beginnings

Monocle 24: The Menu

07:55 min | 8 months ago

New beginnings

"There aren't many corners in the world to lift that would still hold culinary secrets. Recipes undiscovered by the white world but Indonesia is one such country with plenty of great food still waiting to gain global attention. All three shifts. Lara has now released a book. That's a great introduction to what intonation food is all about coconut and Somebo recipes from Indonesian. Kitchen he's out now and I met Larry to find out more. My experience of Indonesian cuisine rowing up in Sydney Australia. I felt really surrounded by Indonesian food and pots of the cultural growing up. Sorry Books Timoti Indonesia. It felt that Indonesian food culture with something that many Australians Newell they would know what nause glorious wars or Saute or or renting those kind of dishes but very familiar to millions because so many. Australians visit Bali in Indonesia on Holiday. But you know going. Further afield feather travel away from Indonesia. I realized that people don't really know understand those flavors and I do think for people here in the UK. Where where? I'm based in London? I think that there is an Indonesian community here. But there's an absence of the many restaurants. I grew up with growing up in Sydney so I think in the way that Indian cuisine and Indian restaurants in London bountiful. You'll find the same kind of thing in Sydney but here in London. I think they may be one to Indonesia and restaurants scattered across London. So I don't think has had a presence or had its moments in English food culture yet and I think that's because the community Indonesia community in England is so small. Indonesia was called Nice by the Dutch. So if you go to Holland there's a huge volume Indonesian restaurants. There that here in England you just say it and I think that might be why those flavors and those dishes on so well nine. He'll now how would you introduce Indonesian cooking to sedan? What have we been missing out on? So the Indonesian table is a really exciting ones than me and at the center of every Indonesian table is some ball which is a hot fiery Sheely that Indonesians will have at least one or two SOM- balls present at every dinner table at or at every meal time and they will eat a little bit of Samba with every bite of food. So it kind of seasons a meal in the same way that we would season food with solden pepe in the West. Almost you kind of have to think of it like that. The law so have rice or rices eating with every meal and in fact almost half. A plateful of rice will be on every Indonesian plate in Indonesia of say that if they have not eaten rice they have not eaten. So it's a really important part of their diet and also they'll be career poke which is an. Indonesian cracker is meant to stimulate the appetite. So it's kind of similar to a prone cracker there are so many different types of flavors whether they're prone or garlic squid but usually flavored with some sort of Emami element and that will always kind of convincing meal the cracking the crunching of the crew crackers but within the spice paste in the flavorings of Indonesian cuisine. You'll find garlic. Shallots Chili lemongrass gallon. Gal Jinja Cafe Lime Leaf lovely bowed punchy flavors and you'll often find those kind of mixed together in curry's with coconut milk. Call Stir fried with noodles or rice so Indonesia have a wonderful way of borrowing from other cultures and interpreting those ingredients into their own dishes so Indonesia was a huge trade route for thousand plus years. So you'll find a lot of influence of Indian spices saute was influenced by Middle Eastern kebabs noodles in soy sauce. Came from the Chinese and the Indonesian reformed. Soy Sauce added palm sugar and coconut sugar to it and created this luscious thick sweet soya sauce known as catch manus. So when you think of Indonesian food. It's very very diverse. There are six populated islands of the seventeen thousand that make up the archipelago and within each province in region. You will find different flavor profiles depending on what the external influences wherein who might have traded through that area historically so in your book. You've got a recipes. I'm wondering Helpers Arby's recipes did you have too much research to collect all these. It was a huge amount of research for me particularly because I grew up in Australia so while I grew up with Indonesian flavors. Thanks to my grandmother Paul. He lived with us for a few years. When I was little I had very strong food memories of her cooking for us when we were children. Beautiful Big platters of Bala knees chicken or heard nause goering or she'd make these lovely spiced lakes called who I peace get which kind of grilled under the oven each lay with grilled fragrant with cardamom and Ginger and cinnamon and so on. But as an adult. I moved to London nine years ago. And I was craving those flavors again so to me. The cookbook really was reconnecting with my grandmother's recipes. You know she passed away seventeen years ago. So the Cookbook. Almost started out really as a means for me to really get to know her again through her food and so. I spent quite a lot of time. Sticking with family members and extended relatives tried to kind of uncover my grandmother's recipes and what came out of that was my grandmother. Had written a couple of recipe books collected all of her recipes and these notebooks which is very rare in Indonesia because recipes are usually passed down verbally between the generations. So that was this remarkable discovery. That really kind of was the foundation of the cookbook that to me. I wanted to garner to Indonesian soil and research. There and I also wanted to share in the book. Not only my grandmother's recipes family recipes in the foods in memories that I grew up with but I also wanted to give the broader archipelago a voice and I wanted to meet locals from different parts of Indonesia Sumatra Java Bali Sulawesi and so on and meet with those locals and learn their family recipes recipes. That had belonged to their grandmother isn't so on so I spend a Lotta time traveling across Indonesia following my nose meeting a taxi driver. Who would tell me that? He's mother was a fantastic cook then. The next day I'd be in his village grinding a spice paste with his mother and learning their family recipes and it was a really remarkable experience so I spent about six months in Indonesia about two years ago collecting about three hundred recipes and then brought those recipes back to my kitchen in London and started whistling them down based on what local produce was available here in London. Things that we could actually recreated domestic kitchen and testing all those recipes and what came out of that other recipes in the book which are a collection of both my grandmothers recipes but also the recipes of these generous locals who were really so proud to share their family recipe with me. I feel it covers a lot of Indonesia but it really only scratches the surface because Indonesia is broad and diverse and food is central to everything.

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Why not Fandom? The Random Dude Josh

The Fandom Podcast

05:36 min | 8 months ago

Why not Fandom? The Random Dude Josh

"Josh what is your Phantom five all right so we're GONNA kick this off with just indie comics in general and the reason why I've selected. That is one. We don't have to worry about continuity within Deco X. because any book it's creating its own universe so what about like the walking dead that had what three hundred ish episodes or issues that was released. I mean they create their own continuity right the the do they do so. But if you compare it to say and I'm going to reference the big to DC and marvel where there's always continuity issues across the board and you don't necessarily have to do that Just some of the books that I've been geeking out over lately Morgan's organs. Which did you ever watch the movie inside out? Yes yeah the Pixar movie about all the all the emotions. Yes so that taking that concept. Except it's the organs within Morgan. They have their own personality. Now I will note. This is not necessarily a kid from the book. While you have Brian the brain and pepe the I'll I'll just let your mind. Yeah another a couple of easy to it yes exactly yes But it's it's hilarious absolutely hilarious. You've got Franklin and ghost who you know these two characters again out so much kid-friendly one but The Creator who has created this universe. Gary Gun has these amazing characters with amazing writing and with this universe. He's also created the war war coins combat UNICORNS for higher and that's awesome combat UNICORNS for higher. I mean who doesn't want fighting UNICORNS and the fact that he's got all these books. Yeah he's he's well all these together so it's fantastic but he's kind of his own comic universe with this he has and it. It's absolutely amazing. Absolutely amazing at you know. There's their studios like upshots studios. Who have just recently come out with a whole new line of books. And it's not your stereotypical Superhero Bucks. So so if somebody is used to reading the stereotypical superhero books now. What would be a good indicator comic for them to bridge them over into the world of India because Indy Comics are great? Because there's no one telling you what you can and can't have but that also means that there are things that people who've who've just read the big two publishers. Their entire lives are not going to be prepared for to see on the on the pages of their comic book. Is there something that you would recommend? Jump from Marvel and DC. I mean one of the big ones just comes to mind spun off yeah the Todd McFarlane Yep which his kickstarter I don't know if you've noticed He's doing a kickstarter right. Now for the seven inch figure like our revised version of what he made back in ninety five in the first two days made over a million dollars on kickstarter. It's kind of Nice to have the celebrity that todd McFarlane has to promote things like that. Yeah well instead of going to retailers for this he's making this specifically for the consumer so some years ago I was able to ask Stan Lee in. He would work with a modern artist. What artist would he want to write the story for Spiderman for asked Specifically Spiderman? Because that's right right now and his response was todd McFarlane so so I mean yeah it was a Stanley Todd McFarlane story would probably be kinda crazy but the yeah but I mean just those sorts of things but I guess going back to the question on a bloodshot by which I mean. They're just released. The movie with Vin diesel playing and because of the current cove nineteen lockdown. They made it available online. So the studio upshot. They put all their comics online They've got one where it's called the resistance which really made things real because a virus play the earth and out of it came people with superpowers. Signed me in little ironic. Well are you saying that? Are you breaking some news here? That people are getting superpowers from this. I'm guessing not but I can neither confirm nor deny this all

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How Canadas sex work laws put lives at risk

The Big Story

08:03 min | 1 year ago

How Canadas sex work laws put lives at risk

"Me what went through your mind when you saw the coverage about the murder of Quebec city sex worker Maryland Leveque You know to be honest. I avoided reading about it for a few days. I knew that it was going to be painful to engage with and so I took a couple of days to just ready myself off To read the coverage And then when I did of course it was it was a I was very upset. I was upset at such disregard for sex workers lives and just the incredibly gross incompetence that went into her murder like all of the different factors played into that. Yeah it was really painful. Yeah the idea that his they're like we're going to allow him to meet his sexual need for like killing his partner. You know brutally and in terms of like the the media media reaction and the response to it. You know you've been you've been you've really interesting history of activism you co founded the migrant sex worker project sex workers. There's project I'm you've done a lot of harm reduction to like. What did you see sort of missing from the conversations around sex worker safety kind of sprung out of the smarter and the way that people responded the to it? Yeah I mean one of the wild things for me is that you know the government in two thousand fourteen under Harper introduced series of antisemitic legislation. And one of the things things they did was they criminalized the sharing of information between sex workers. You know what the criminalization of sex work does is it. Basically prevents experts from sharing information including about men who've been harassing abusive or even violent. And so they criminalized that information but then they it was unbelievable to me that they would prevent sex workers from from sharing information with each other but then they wouldn't even give sex workers the the information they have that they had sent a killer to them. Yeah so they could have the notified them. Could've way way first of all it never should have happened in the first place. I mean there were so many steps at which this tragedy could have been prevented and I think that's one of the reasons that is a tragedy is how completely preventable. It was at at so many different stages but to send a killer out into the community to access the community of sex workers without notifying them and then that means means that no sex workers were given informed consent so they could make their own decision but whether they would want to see a killer and no doubt Maryland Leveque would not have wanted to had she known that about him but she was not given that opportunity to make a decision for herself. And let's let's back up a little bit since you brought up the changes changes in two thousand fourteen. You know So essentially the Steven Harper's conservative government said Let's like not allow. Let's make get a legal to advertise and to buy sex. Where does that leave a sex worker? You know how are you like. Would they do that to any other. I no not make your business more. Not GonNa let you advertise them. We're not gonNA actually let anyone buy from you. So what does that do how does that. How does that impact a sex worker safety? Well you know what happens with sex. The sex worker laws That were introduced in two thousand fourteen is that they're similar to but slightly worse than the laws that had been in place as before while we're those those laws were introduced under Mulroney in the eighties and those criminalised essentially everything around the sex industry. So you know it criminalizes. The sex workers working together criminalizes sex workers advertising it criminalizes sex workers ability to screen clients. It criminalizes their ability to hire anyone to work with them. as safety security or any other form of support it criminalizes even housing sex workers Because then if you take rent money from a sex worker that scene as matere really benefiting from sets work so it basically just creates a situation of total structural isolation for sex workers and that is the most dangerous thing for any any community. Isolation is always tied to threats to people's human rights to violence And so that the impact on sex workers is just that they're not able to work under conditions that they choose. They're not able to decide how they work. They have to be always working to evade law enforcement. And I mean working with migrant sex workers must be really interesting and the compounding issue on on this front right. You know. You're already isolated if you come from somewhere else and you're really just trying to make money to maybe sent home or and also like in the media coverage to. This is a beautiful white woman who was murdered as well you know. That's a factor right that like. I don't know Bill Blair you know who is the minister of safety community safety like. Would he be at the Mike You. You know with such aggressive questions to if it wasn't migrant worker necessarily and I mean what if question off because we have the answer to that which is that migrant. Sex workers have died since the introduction of of the act the protection of communities and Exploited Persons Act or pepe so Evelyn Boom and take a studio was murdered in southern Ontario. Tammy Lee was murdered in southern Antero and no none of these politicians were anywhere to be seen and we issued press releases. And you know I'm a part of a coalition that is fighting continually early for the rights of migrant workers and we don't see any of this concern for their deaths and there should be an inquiry into all of the violence that has occurred to the sex workers after the introduction of a law that the Harper government claimed would protect them. And so now I'm going to ask you about a moment in the House of Commons that Kind of conflicts fleet some of these issues right so we had a conservative. M P in Arnold pherson respond to question and the House of Commons from an DP appea- MP Laurel Collins. I also asked the honorable member if he considers the Harper government's decision to implement bill thirty six which criminalized the work environments the establishment. So sex workers go to to feel safe that criminalized their ability to hire security if he acknowledges that this is a factor in this death and many others and he said I just respond onto that by asking them honorable member across way if it's a area of work that she is considered and if that is an appropriate You know with a certain tone I mean. And I'm I'm sort of you know everyone has perceptions and listen to you know hear things a certain way but it was a bit of in that adversarial environment comments like I would like to ask the member of she's ever considered sex work and then launching into kind of a You know we who women and do not want to choose this. This is something that they are traffic into. This is something that we have to work hard to and in Canada prostitution in Canada is inherently. What did you think when you heard those comments knowing some of these complexities but also these very different things that are going on at this type of work and this kind of expectation? Then I think you're hitting at something when you mentioned that there was something about the tone because I was shocked when I saw the comments. I thought he was incredibly disrespectful. Respectful but what I think we all picked up was that he came across like a man who is being challenged by an intelligent and capable woman and who panicked and responded with cheap sheep sexism and I think that's actually very familiar. Feeling like a Lotta women saw that and we're like wait a second and then he followed that up with the completion of sex trafficking but just a slow that down and look at the first part of that yeah MP Collins was doing her job by asking the Conservatives a good question did did they consult with sex workers when they drafted the legislation that re criminalized sex work in two thousand fourteen. We should all be asking that question but instead of answering honestly vierzon dodges dodges the question by essentially trying to slut shame. MP Collins and asking she's ever done sex work. The problem I see is that isn't that it shameful to do sex work. It's is that he's asking the question to try to embarrass her and to not challenging him or his party right so he's actually trying to use sexism

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11 Trivia Questions on The 90s

Trivia With Budds

05:55 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on The 90s

"All right guys today. We have an episode all about one of my favorite decades. The nineteen nineties. You're GonNa have fun playing along with these questions and again cantons in Australia in here if you are a child of the eighties or the nineties or even the two thousand. We're going to dive into eleven questions on the nineties right now. Here we go all right here. We go with some Trivia on the ninety S. Here's question number one. What was the name of the Butler on the fresh Prince of bel-air question issue number one? What was the name of the Butler on the fresh Prince of bel-air that's question question number? Two what brand of Giga pet sold over seventy six million units starting in nineteen ninety seven. What brand of GIG PAT sold over seventy six million units? Starting back in Nineteen ninety-seven question number three on the cartoon. Hey Arnold in. What tape is Arnold's head often referred to on the Nick Toon? Hey Arnold in what shape is Arnold's head often referred to. That's question number. Three question number four. What group had the hit nineteen ninety song? Let's talk about sex. What group pedal hit one thousand nine hundred song? Let's talk about sex question for question. Five Yo play made a very popular brand of yogurt based on what colorful kids. Cereal of the nineties. Yo Playmate a Popular Yogurt based on what serial of the nineties. That's question number number five six more questions left in this quiz on the most radical decade of all the Nineteen Ninety S. Here's number six. What nineteen ninety-four movie use the tagline? Get ready for rush hour. Get ready for rush hour question number seven what year did Goldeneye 007 get released in the US. For nintendo sixty four. What year did Goldeneye come out on the Nintendo sixty four four number seven number eight? A Children's book was released in one thousand nine hundred eighty two called the blank cheese man man and other fairly stupid tales fill in that blank the blank cheese nanny nine hundred ninety two. That's question number eight. What book was that number? Nine is a fifty fifty question who won super bowl. Twenty nine in one thousand nine hundred ninety six was at the San Francisco Forty niners or the chargers. Here's one super bowl twenty nine and nineteen ninety-six. The forty niners or the chargers question number ten Dan. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of what other ninety song question of ten. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of what other ninety ninety s Song Question Number Ten and question number eleven for two points. What was the four word word name of a famous mounted talking fish? You could buy off your TV in the nineties will confer four words here four a multiple talking fish you you buy off your TV in the nineties. That is the end of your quiz on the nineties for today's episode Checkout Ogle Pogo Brewing in San Gabriel California tons of Great Beers here to try tons of great beers on tap in tons of great beards to take home one of my favorite places to grab a beer. Oh go pogo brewing. San Gabriel California. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers to the questions on the ninety S. We're back with the answers to nineties he's Trivia. Let's see how you did. Question number one we have the name of the Butler and the fresh Prince of bel-air which of course was Jeffrey. He was kind of a smart Aleck character on the fresh prince. Jeffrey on the fresh prince number two. What brand of Giga pet sold over seventy six million units starting in one thousand seven? That was Tamagotchi Tamagotchi number three on the cartoon. Hey Arnold and what shape is Arnold's head often referred to football it is a football shaped head. Football head is actually the last line of these shows intro. If you've seen number four what group had hit nineteen ninety song. Let's talk about sex. That was salt in pepe. Common table condiments. You might find at a restaurant or diner number five Yo. Oh play made a very popular brand of yogurt based on the colorful cereal tricks in the Nineties Tricks Yogurt which I imagine was also just for kids number six. What nineteen ninety-four movie used the tagline? Get ready for rush hour. That was speed my wife was like. Is it rush hour when I was quizzing. Her and she goes is it. Is it rush hour and I was like no. It's it's not rush hour. Because that's in the tagline. Although the movie came out like five years later four years later ninety eight. I think three years later whenever that was ninety. Six to ninety eight two years later. Oh my number. One Thousand Ninety four is when speed it came out so it was five years later now for years like Oh my God numbers Goldeneye double o seven get released in the US for Nintendo sixty four. That was back in nineteen ninety seven ninety seven the year the Goldeneye the game that changed the world number. Eight of Children's book was released in one thousand nine hundred called the blank cheese man and other fairly stupa tails. It was the stinky cheese man. The stinky cheese man. I've read that to my daughter before in modern times number. Nine one super bowl. Twenty nine and nineteen ninety-six. It was the the forty niners. The forty niners and number ten. The Weird Al Song Amish Paradise was a parody of song that would be gangster's paradise by coolio he was not happy with parody from an interview. I saw back in the day and number eleven for two points. The talking forward fish that mounted and would sing to you. I believe he bought it off. TV was called big mouth. Billy elite Bass Big Mouth Billy Bass so there you go. You learn some stuff or reminisced about the nineties on

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It's Sundance Time Again

The Frame

06:03 min | 1 year ago

It's Sundance Time Again

"Welcome to the frame. I'm Steven Cuevas in for John Horn. But he's actually sitting right here beside me because by the time you hear this. He'll be at the Sundance Film Festival. John Thanks for taking time before you pack your bags my pleasure. I love the fact that I'm here but I'm not here John. There are dozens of feature films film screened at Sundance. Of course tell me about some of this year's most anticipated entries. I'M GONNA lean towards documentaries if you look at the movies that are nominated for the documentary feature academy me where this year three of them premiered at Sundance a year ago. American factory honey land and edge of democracy. And if you look at the very first night at the Sundance Dance Film Festival. There are new documentaries from producers. You might have heard of Barack and Michelle Obama. They've called Crip camp which is about the disability rights movement. There's another documentary about Taylor swift and about why. She is becoming a little bit more political and that's just in one theater in one night. Well one of the documentary entries premiering at Sundance that I wanted to ask you about It's when it's trying a lot of controversy and that's the Kirby Dick and amy during documentary on the record. It focuses on the sexual assault allegations against hip hop mogul Russell Simmons. The film was being executive. Co produced by Oprah Winfrey set to be released on Apple. TV then Winfrey suddenly. He withdrew support and some say. It was under pressure from Russell Simmons. She denies this and says it's because of questions arising from one of the alleged victims. What's to become come of this documentary on the record? Well it is going to show at the festival I mean I think there is the question whether or not Sundance was going to pull it The fact that Oprah Winfrey withdrew her support that apple. TV Hit pause in. The documentary is very unusual. And Kirby and amy have said listen. We think we've made a really good good film. We don't understand what they are complaining about. All of the edits and suggestions up until the time. The picture was locked where minor little things it does feel feel like Russell. Simmons complained to Oprah about the documentary. It's unclear if Oprah thought it was unfair or that featured one woman story over others the Booze GonNa show but for a film to go to the festival with this much. Uncertainty is highly unusual. Yeah not to get too far afield on this but I wonder if Oprah pulling away from this the project could somehow damage her own brand in this in this era of me too. Well I think she has said that. She believes the women who are accusing Russell Simmons of sexual assault and harassment. So I don't think she's saying I am not believing them anymore. I think she has to her. Mind legitimate questions about the documentary. Yeah it is important that she is on board or not on board because her producing does suggest that there is a level of quality ability and credibility to it and the fact that she's leaving it does ultimately damage. I think the standing of the film Another film to ask you about. Was this four part documentary. On Hillary Clinton Clinton. It'll be available on Hulu. She will also be attending Sundance for the first time to do promotion for this film. What you know about it and you know any any buzz around it? I guess I know a fair amount about it I'm GONNA be doing. QNA With Hillary Clinton at the festival is a four part series. That has a behind the scenes footage of her running against against Donald Trump. But it's really about her political career and about how things stand today so words at all. Hillary is a participant in this documentary. It s you said she'll be at the festival and she'll be talking with me. She says a lot of the documentary. I hope she says even more when we sit down to have a conversation. There's one other film I wanted to ask you about. And that's a a little film called feels good man and it's an indie production looking at the rise of of this comic pepe the frog that was actually created by L. A. based cartoonist and it sort of became an emblem for the outright. Who took this image and kind of started using it for antisemitic means racists memes all kinds of really nasty stuff? What do you know about the film and Are you going to see it? Yeah I'm definitely going to see. The artist is named fury. And it's about how something something becomes an icon for hate. And how the artist behind that I contract reclaim it and I think if you look more broadly at a lot of the documentaries that are playing the festival a lot of them are about what's going on in the world right now. There's a new documentary about the kids who survived the park. Land shooting about what they're doing to fight against against Gun. Violence US kids. I think that there's another documentary called early. Bird it's about the helicopter news pilot Zoey Tur and about what her works has about the tabloid of news and the Oj. Trial Voice State is a documentary about seventeen year. Old Boys a thousand from Texas says who join up to build a representative government from the ground up so wherever you look Especially in documentaries. There are a lot of films about the current state of the country. And what we might do to fix it. And what are some of the feature films. You're looking forward to checking out. I know that things that are kind of top of our sundance card include downhill. This is a remake of the movie force majeure a Foreign Language move from a couple years ago it stars. Julia Louis Dreyfuss Will Ferrell. It's made by nat facts and Jim Rash. Who did a movie called called way way back not that long ago Vigo Mortenson who is one of my favorite actors hell yeah written directed stars in a movie called following that I think is partially in Spanish? So there's nothing Vigo can't do. There's an Anthony Hopkins movie based on a play called the father. There's a movie about Gloria Steinem in many different iterations directed by Julie. Taymor you might know her from the Lion King. You know the other thing that we should talk about our number of movies that are going to sundance that are looking Ford distribution and one of the things that a lot of people forget is that Sundance is not only a film festival. It's a film market and it'll be really interesting to see given how a poorly some of the movies from last year as well at the Box Office if the checkbooks will be open s much as they were a year ago.

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"pepe" Discussed on The Frazley Report - Your Weekly World of Warcraft News

The Frazley Report - Your Weekly World of Warcraft News

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"pepe" Discussed on The Frazley Report - Your Weekly World of Warcraft News

"Welcome to the Fresno Report Ashort News report by me. The awesome about the world of warcraft so winter veil the Potus and twitter's aflutter people chirping about the great part of the winter. Paper cost him. That was mentioned butchered. Balk at this year's winter veil festivities except pay missing has isolated point tell. The Post by blizzard was edited. Only mention the new sleigh they ride or grammar and iron forge being the journals. I am with Mike you to the ground and all matters to do with our beloved world I interview some of the Burgeon Esther off to see what is the matter better. Maybe I can find out what happened with two wings and a prayer to eluned for the ability to find the information I seek. Let's head off the storm and city Yes Darwin in city. I love the city. Hey they're up there in the tree. He come down here excellent. Do you know what happened to great by the winter paper. Really that is quite fascinating. So your friend over their nose. Thank you greetings. Your friend over there says you know what happened to great prepay. Wow I had no idea that that settled for the matter of why they didn't show thank you for your time now to return to the studio. It is so cold out here so I'm satisfied others seems great for the winter. Pay Pay won't be so for this winter veil but I think it's time for a song maybe just maybe this can bring about the magic of winter veil. It works in hallmark movies. Where are you and survey? Why can't died? I find you. I am changing Rearranging ranging does that mean winter sale arranges to.

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WoW: Where are you Pepe?

The Frazley Report - Your Weekly World of Warcraft News

01:19 min | 1 year ago

WoW: Where are you Pepe?

"Welcome to the Fresno Report Ashort News report by me. The awesome about the world of warcraft so winter veil the Potus and twitter's aflutter people chirping about the great part of the winter. Paper cost him. That was mentioned butchered. Balk at this year's winter veil festivities except pay missing has isolated point tell. The Post by blizzard was edited. Only mention the new sleigh they ride or grammar and iron forge being the journals. I am with Mike you to the ground and all matters to do with our beloved world I interview some of the Burgeon Esther off to see what is the matter better. Maybe I can find out what happened with two wings and a prayer to eluned for the ability to find the information I seek. Let's head off the storm and city Yes Darwin in city. I love the city. Hey they're up there in the tree. He come down here excellent. Do you know what happened to great by the winter paper. Really that is quite fascinating. So your friend over their nose. Thank you greetings. Your friend over there says you know what happened to great prepay. Wow I had no idea that that settled for the matter of why they didn't

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Arsenal vs. West Ham score: Gunners snap winless streak as Pepe, Aubameyang deliver

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Arsenal vs. West Ham score: Gunners snap winless streak as Pepe, Aubameyang deliver

"Arsenal snaps a nine game winless streak coming back for a one goal deficit be western United three to one as a gunner score three goals in nine minutes the gunners now move up tonight in the premier league table behind Sheffield United with twenty two

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Bra Fitting with Kimmay Caldwell

Natch Beaut

10:29 min | 1 year ago

Bra Fitting with Kimmay Caldwell

"Past thirteen years I have been officer I have fit people say women usually but it's people really need for a Bra Sizes Double H U N Cup I've seen a lot of naked people and I honestly the reason I stayed in it so long because it changed my life and then I realized I could change other people's lives doing stuff so for example I just like Gabriel was an actress when I was going to school I had a really bad image of my body I was like welcome to the club yeah I think that for me for me personally I don't really healthy able bodied but I was just like comparing it to like perfect looking images in magazines like airbrushed so I was so you know going through school and needed to get some money so this my friend was like Oh there's this bra shop opening up and I'll pay more than the eight dollars an hour that are making four selling shoes and she said skipped his ten and I was like I'm going to be rich this is our the American dream is alive this is also a million years ago but either way my first week is abroad oh I saw actual naked human bodies and I saw stretch marks in late just like my body and I also saw people after mastectomies in surgery I saw people pregnant I saw people after pregnancy is all supermodels I saw old women young women like everything you can imagine I was like Oh this is what bodies look like God it so I started being more thankful for my own body and then realized I can help other people do the same thing in the fitting room because every single person that came in there was but this this looks gross and I was like listen I didn't even notice that sounds like God I see what a we hate ourselves a little it honestly that's true a little bit everybody has the I'm not enough shame is a shame and I hate it and that's an issue is all about okay we aligned itself talk it out get it out push it out okay I like the push it out push it real good uh-huh oh did you see them on the billboard awards Salton I heard about it was it was heavy misinformation misinformation was it also vacation Oh you weren't watching missy Elliott was missy Elliott there do it was en vaux check they didn't really get their moment like they came out like joined in on a song and I was like can we hear free your mind would that be okay but they didn't but anyway sawn pepe they're flourishing in two thousand eighteen happy I'm very happy about their happy spend Ella you wanna come in and get your off in baby come on in let's deal at yes so I was totally excited to match you guys yeah because my life was forever changed win Kamei Komo came over to my New York City apartment now maybe four to five years ago well I have a confession to tell you a little bit about that four to five years she came over and purged all of my brassieres and told me that I'm wearing the absolute wrong side is that I had no idea about actually won this like prize at a seminar that you hosted I won like a raffle so that's how I got the hookup I want her yes and I didn't know that I was hoarding all of my Musical Theater Show Buzz because to Gabrielle that I was gonna use them again which I never did and there's a pile I mean I it's a picture with Veronica's my cat sitting all over like the twenty maybe bras she was like Nope Nope Nope nope I'm just telling you now Jack Yeah be prepared I'm pretty healthy in terms of like throwing out things that don't serve you anymore four but that's a semi new development in my adult life and it comes it's party adulthood nobody tells you you're going to throw your shit out yeah we're taught to be consumed immersed and be superficial and care about material objects so you buy things and then they don't serve you anymore and you don't want to get rid of them because of guilt I don't know what but I had a woman come over here and go through my closet and it was so enlightening and it did it hurt oh honey hurt she wouldn't she goes she'd hold as you go keep or get rid of it I go Cape and she go bitch you a four these she's isn't as good as the other one and you're right and I didn't miss anything she made me rid of honey throw out my shit I'm fine with it happened daddy I'm excited for you also I will tell you a lot of people hold onto old bras like gabby was saying like because they feel like they're going to wear them again it's like another time in their life they were reminds them of I actually had for a long time that was I remember wearing that when I went on a date with my house then or whatever and I'm like what the single souvenir terrible and speaking of like husbands and partners and whatever I sort of think of people who hold onto bad ause as like a bad boyfriend so it's like you know he was he used to be real cute and super supportive yeah and now like we're just not a good fit anymore and he's a little worn out and I'm not really supportive anymore and I lost you anymore I have yet he and you're not serving you're not worth it for me anymore and I feel about bras feel about men like I want a really supportive and attractive looking Bra I wanted to support an attractive looking man so like I don't WanNa man that's like really good looking but not very supportive and he also don't want to really support Brosnan last as long as men so I think you gotta you gotTa get rid of them every once in a while because baby now we got bad bras that's what we need to do for the intro this baby now back anyway I just make everything song Well where should we start so where should we start okay you're the profession another disclaimer that like this we would this is happening live I've not I know I know nothing about your boss is what you've been wearing nothing about your I n people can you kind of take a guess just checking out my flat chest I can but we discuss that the jumps that you're wearing right now is like you know oversize of the tops look I don't know but for some double ds under your so I was Gonna say I I have a game for US play okay what and I have a new bra it's amazing size do you think I'm wearing and I know the view is at home can't see me but you can go to my site and you can see me and guests to okay a safe thirty four C Gabby doing take a guess Boura little bit I just remember what I thought was extremely off so I use myself as an example all the time this is a thirty two double D look if I was a betting woman I don't really but if I was a betting woman every in the thousands of people that I fit for bras when they come in there wearing a cup size too small in a band is too big almost every time and believe it or not because of how sister sizing works a thirty four sees the same cup size volume which was your guest as a thirty two D. and so if we I was off I have I have a very sneaking suspicion that mine is Brown okay so the thing is here so what we're GonNa today I'm going to go through the war without you for civil talk about duty styles fit you anymore the good match for you still is he still like part of your life you want him in it and will also measure you and kind of see what you're starting point bra sizes with me and discuss what the heck that even means for the viewers readers list listeners hey yeah baby for all three for you people listening to us right now I'll give you some information like how you can find your own and then I don't have any new bras for you try and because I didn't know what size rights but we were going have you would be in information we go we go to macy's or something and then I try them on look at me and poke me and Chet yeah well get real fussy in there with you yeah basically I semi recently went through I think even this is probably after the first time you were in la I went through and got rid of and Ghassem New Bras and got some fancy like Ikea's little sectional thing so it won't be as bad as it would have been a few months ago radio there's this one bra that I wear and it does not fit me hasn't lie get it I get it listen datings hard I get it is worth only Kathy does she knows the transformative power getting a Bra that fits ditching the bad brush she gets that she knows she's been there she's a transformed woman I also like really appreciate you using the under neutral pronouns I feel like I should on that up of the top reason I was thinking women bras but you're right everyone needs and bras don't care who you are Oh they're just trying to help yeah so yes to that feeling is if you like the whole reason I even work with bras now is because this is a huge disclaimer I don't actually care era yeah whoa it's really because this part of the body is where your heart is right so if this if there's any kind of discomfort like bronchials me or shame the other two bigger to smaller copier whatever or my husband hates them or there's any confusion like what burroughs is do I even wear this I hope you at home can understand what's going on here I'm like caving because there's all this sort of shame and confusion and discomfort in lifted and understood and oh my goodness 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"pepe" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"pepe" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"You know it doesn't wear on my soul pepe. The PIG Fuckin- pepe the pig dropped banger pimp the pick them obviously pepe pick them them pepper pig them. I I was what to say just like them with children then but no. I don't have children on I'm shelter. I know all about pepper. Pick peg kind of them. We really should not be the reason we have away in but it gives Elliott who launched launched dropped their first is pepe pig. She pepper pick identifies a girl. Yes yes sure about that. Yes yes I looked at fully looked at he launched her debut album which is called my first album honestly iconic title. I can't believe no one thought of this yet my I album by pepe pig sixteen tracks including the hit single Bing Bang Zoo and song such as expert daddy pig which I've heard it's incredible Rainbow Rainbow in balloon right expert daddy because the only one that I listened about how daddy can make anything's engineer yeah. Daddy's an engineer. Daddy can do whatever he fucking expert and that's great. That's a really nice thing to say about your Father Sir. ooh I can't believe it took pepe peg pepe the pig peg fifteen years releasing album the public bangers. Everyone's like Riano like drop album pepe PAPPA. Where's the album has been busy? She makes a T._v.. Show so pepe peppis album came out on the same day as alias album..

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Paula Abdul Will Close Out The 2019 Billboard Music Awards

Ben Maller

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Paula Abdul Will Close Out The 2019 Billboard Music Awards

"Paula Abdul is going to perform medley biggest hits at the billboard music awards from NBC. Paula take the stage at the billboard music awards. Former medley biggest hits the annual throwback moment that they have in the show this year marks the thirtieth year since she debuted with forever your girl that album hit number one on the billboard charts, sixty four weeks. It was there took it that long to get to the top. What they got there. You go back to that same year the eighty nine ninety she had four never want songs. First time debut album accomplished that feat in ninety one her album. Spellbound also hit number one two more hot one hundred songs. She's been around for what twenty thirty years how long avenue. Well, what was just read the date? What was her first album eighty nine is that? Yeah. I guess. Yes. She was a choreographer for Janet Jackson and a lot of other artists, and that's she's very much like jaylo. She started as a dancer, and then became a singer later on so on J lo kind of followed in in policy footsteps for short. Yeah. She has had six number one songs. Eight top. Tens bashed year's throwback moment. Was a performance by some Pepe like that. Pretty good. Tom. I'm excited for the billboard awards this year. I think it's gonna be fun. And who's the host is it Clarkson, Kelly Clarkson, right? Let's see selene Dion twenty seventeen got the rain. My heart will go on the Titanic. So. Yeah. Kelly Clarkson is going to host the show Wednesday may first at eight pm on NBC from Las

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"pepe" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"pepe" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Eddie pepe tone on twitter it's just as name f p p i t o n the either website is the same eddie pepe tone dot com and you could check out his one man show with probably has about five hundred men in it i'm going to guess one man show eddie pepe tone in the end of days it's a one man show about the apocalypse in la after the apocalypse of having in la in the end of days at the lyric theatre wednesday this wednesday night and thursday the tenth at ten o'clock then o'clock thoroughly entertained there is no walking out without having a great time tickets proudly resents dot com slash eddie proudly resents dot com slash eddie okay any pepito this exciting thanks guys i really had a good time it was very fun and i learned things next time see how you know i don't really learn things but i say i learned things you learned it did you retain it different episode let's say you wanted to keeps going let's say you wanted to no longer have headphones get all tangled up what do you do you plug the thing into this thing that you showed me that i'm going to try that you guys if you learn something or if you just liked this episode make sure that you share it make sure that you're subscribed and if you find a comment place to comment we'd love to hear.

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"pepe" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"pepe" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"You're watching epa pig you know the british tv show it's about a cartoon pig and her family if they do be careful because pepe is a symbol of thug life at least the chinese government's sure thinks so china is banning pepe pig from social media arguing that she promotes a gangster lifestyle according to the tech website gizmodo the kids show i started airing in china in twenty fifteen but at some point last year young adults started coopting the innocent family cartoon as a symbol of subversion even getting tattoos of pepe pig espy news reports orion that roughly translates to get your pepe pig pat shout out to your frat recently went viral on social media and the chinese government won't stand for it any longer but while pepe is being banned from social media the streets have china are filled with pepe pig merchandise with everything from temporary tattoos goes to watch getting swept up by teenagers and young adults of sesto with pepe pig now this is similar to the chinese government's crackdown on winnie the pooh in twenty thirteen after chinese president xi jinping was unfavourably compared to the rolley polley cartoon character in a viral photo where he was walking next to president obama china even went so far as to ban the word disney for some time a new program at the university of texas counseling and mental health center treats masculinity as a mental health issue according to a new program.

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"pepe" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"pepe" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"There's an awful bike in this week's six about kita kita genyk dot org so pepe pig it was announced this morning has been banned on one of the largest video streaming sites in china do rin now pepe pig to understand pepe pigs had thirty billion views in china alone the entire kids programming is the largest one of the largest single growth areas for the entire video industry in china people at the bbc making fortunes by selling kid's programs to the chinese because it brings a bit of western culture and also it helps you manage kids people put their kids in front of this programming i think gives him a broader perspective than than kids who just brought up in china and chinese content but the problem is is the chinese decided to ban it thinking the pig was a negative influence on pigs on pigs pigs on kids but the the real issue came out is is not just on the kids that they're worried about it's on this generation of what they call chinese slackers it's kind of the younger part of the chinese population young adults who are looking at pepe pig and using it as a kind of anti communist party idea the reason getting pepe pig tattoos which is really quite bizarre so what pepe pig do with apple well i'm sure apple because every bloody child i've met over the last fifteen years has grown up with pepe pig parents every person who's come to stay with me in the cayman islands or spain have brought their ipad along and pepe pig has been the parents when the when the other parents are having a glass of wine with their friends so they basically stuck pepe pig in front of their kids for hours and hours on end now if that same thing is happening in china we know what the adults do here it's an ipad they put it on an i.

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"pepe" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"pepe" Discussed on WLAC

"British scouting the number of pepe pig references that slew has to make in every ah in every broadcast contractually obligated obviously to least mentioned pepe ones but this is the second of the day no this will be the third well yet i had one yesterday so through three in the last two days now i'd like to go back to the transcripts because i believe this would be the third time british yes i believe it was the third time lucky it's as it is my favorite kids show prod the fifth time off air do i like uh blaze in the monster machines sure i do sure and maybe that would make more sense that we're on the blaze show hanshin sure however pepe pig uh momma pig big george was always ever others ought not agree characters uh on there uh so i i do like to hit the pepe pick every once in awhile okay laura not necessarily the time right for my children to be making life altering decisions for that are permanent for example even something fundamental as belief in god who can theoretically be reversed if they wish later on in life i hope that doesn't happen and we it's one of the most important things probably the most important thing we're trying to teach our children about but if one of my kids decides later on he wants to reverse that that will be reversible for them the idea that that while my kid is begging me to watch pepe pig or blaze in the monster machines ten wale see.

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"pepe" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"pepe" Discussed on WLAC

"British scouting the number of pepe pig references that slew has to make in every ah in every broadcast contractually obligated obviously to least mentioned pepe ones but this is the second of the day no this will be the third well yet i had one yesterday so through three in the last two days now i'd like to go back to the transcripts because i believe this would be the third time british yes i believe it was the third time lucky it's as it is my favorite kids show prod the fifth time off air do i like uh blaze in the monster machines sure i do sure and maybe that would make more sense that we're on the blaze show hanshin sure however pepe pig uh momma pig big george was always ever others ought not agree characters uh on there uh so i i do like to hit the pepe pick every once in awhile okay laura not necessarily the time right for my children to be making life altering decisions for that are permanent for example even something fundamental as belief in god who can theoretically be reversed if they wish later on in life i hope that doesn't happen and we it's one of the most important things probably the most important thing we're trying to teach our children about but if one of my kids decides later on he wants to reverse that that will be reversible for them the idea that that while my kid is begging me to watch pepe pig or blaze in the monster machines ten wale see.

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"pepe" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"pepe" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Can you put your kids in front of and just walk away there's no brand anymore and in this this thing like you know for example a one of my favorite programs i brought up before up pepe pick up gives us a little english pig and generate a lot of those twisted pepe pigs to a lot of it is to it because it's very crude animation so people recreate the animation and are able to have pepe pig do all sorts of terrible things um and you know youtube has billions of vehicles they're going through their treated with algorithms they do the i honestly think they do the best that they can to try to get these things to be right but what they find is weird things get popular and weird things get clicked don in the algorithm says kids like them and then the become more more popular now because of this pushback youtube as really now crackdown over the past month and tried to get rid of these but it's an impossible program how can you possibly eliminate them people knows and you're the same videos under different names from hundreds of different users there's no way some of these some of these accounts had millions and millions of subscribers subscribers and they were just you know violent videos with kids in them kids bloodied faces because they would get hit and it was all acting was they'll of these kids weren't necessarily actually being hurt thank god but what is that an end so you know there have been reports of people who believe that this is conditioning from weirdo adults it's uh it's it's trying to get them to look at these things because it pleases the adults and you see adults in the comments you know cheering the sauna making all sorts of creepy comments at night and and this is a kids program so it's easy you basically can't right i mean obviously as parents we would also back and say it's a terrible idea to sit your kid in front of a an ipad and have them click around while you're not standing right behind them right we all know the vets bad we all the reality of the world is sometimes the kitchen's on fire uh some time there is an emergency sometimes you're on the phone.

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