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Fresh update on "pleasants" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pleasants" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Traffic. Now the forecast looks like another pleasant day so far, Lauren. It's going to be a beautiful afternoon until the clouds roll in and we're starting to see them push in from the west to the east right now. We'll continue to see some cloud cover throughout the late afternoon, and then also even a little bit of rain coming later on tonight into the overnight until then enjoy it low 80s today. And listen, if you're headed to the Nats game, nothing to worry about. I mean, I know first pitch here is in about 25 minutes. But again, nothing to worry about that game should be fine getting in. Tomorrow, Tuesday. Lots of rain, rain showers coming through our way. We are looking at on and off showers with temperatures in the 70s low to mid 70s for tomorrow and Tuesday, so it's going to be a little cool as well. But by the time we get into Wednesday, temperatures are going to be back in the low 80s, plenty of sunshine on Wednesday with some afternoon thunderstorms. 79 right now in Washington, Leesburg down

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So What Has Meghan McCain Actually Done?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:35 min | 6 d ago

So What Has Meghan McCain Actually Done?

"McCain is a very mean, very unhappy, very mean spirited person, and I knew this working I didn't work directly with her at Fox, but I heard the stories. It's just not she's not a very pleasant person. And that comes across on TV. You saw that. Remember when remember when she was on what the view with the squawking magpies? She's not a very sympathetic character. And the reason why is, what is she done? Aside from being the offspring of the late senator John McCain, what has she done? I don't think she's done that much. She got married to Ben Dominique, who is the, what the founder of the federalist or one of those conservative things. And I got a lot of blowback because I called her in my peace grace maker. I called her misses dominance. I didn't call her mega McCain. I was just trying to be polite and cordial. Oof. Misses Dominic. So anyway, you have Carrie Lake and she's out there saying that she put a stake through the heart of the McCain machine. What is she talking about there? Well, she's talking about the establishment. She's talking about these establishment Republicans, who hate conservatives, and every time they get elected, they turn their backs on conservatives. But they embrace conservatives during the election cycle because the establishment guys can't get elected without our votes. That's what Kerry Lake was trying to say.

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More on the Legacy of Vin Skully

The Officer Tatum Show

01:12 min | Last week

More on the Legacy of Vin Skully

"But until then I want to play a Montage that continues to speak of the legacy of Vince Scully. Hi everybody in a very pleasant opening day. It's goosebump time. Here in Dodger Stadium. Vin Scully was the greatest broadcaster in baseball that there ever was. Maybe the greatest sports broadcaster. There ever was. One strike away. Sandy into his wind up. I've been around a lot of professional athletes and a lot of broadcasters over the years. One guy who I was in awe of has Vince Scully. In a year that has been so improbable, the impossible has happened. There was just something to the tone of Vince voice. That, you know, it was exciting. Behind the back. Here comes 9 in the match winning. Exciting and yet soothing. Perhaps the most beautiful and dramatic moment in the history of sports. Let there be a prayer for every life. And wherever you are, maybe you in silent tribute to camp and I can also say a prayer for his well-being.

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Breaking: Schumer, Manchin Announce Deal on Energy Bill

Mark Levin

01:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Breaking: Schumer, Manchin Announce Deal on Energy Bill

"Well we have some breaking news and it's not pleasant Manchin and Schumer announced deal that includes energy and taxes This is breaking now This is their build back better Miniseries Joe Manchin and Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer writes Politico reached a deal on a bill that includes energy and tax policy Look out America A turnaround after the two deadlocked earlier this month and talks on Democrats marquee party line agenda In a joint statement the two Democrats said the legislation will be on the Senate floor next week Next week today's Wednesday next week it's going to affect your lives in a significant way and you don't have the foggiest idea what's in it in either do I And when the media interprets it for us it'll give it a biased interpretation and it will not include all the little stuff that's included in these bills This is how this government functions now It includes roughly $370 billion in energy and climate spending More spending on top of the other spending

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'Liberal Misery' Author Eddie Scarry on the Unhappy Nature of Leftists

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

'Liberal Misery' Author Eddie Scarry on the Unhappy Nature of Leftists

"Right now is Eddie's scary. He's author of a new book liberal misery. How the hateful left sucks joy out of everything and everyone. Getting straight to the point by Eddie scary, Eddie, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, happy to be here. So basically, I mean, I haven't read the book, but the summary seems that explains what drives America's left to be such a wet blanket. Liberals Democrats and leftist tendency to zealously spread discomfort and misery has been somewhat of a mystery. You even say that conservatives are showing to be have better mental health and liberals. So if I could just cut straight to the chase, if you're dealing with depression and you're a liberal, stop being a liberal and become a conservative. Is that about right? I think that's a question for a doctor, but I will say yes, as you said, this whole concept of liberal misery and liberal anger and bitterness that was something that I think me and I'm sure you and every one of your listeners and viewers have experienced and I would say experienced to some degree for quite some time, but when I really started to notice it was in 2020. I live in Washington, D.C., so it's all liberals all the time. Most of the people I associate with are just going to happen to be liberal. But I noticed that in that year it was just becoming very, very obvious that there was something wrong here and I felt that the politics and the bad nature of the whole thing was only coming from one side. And I kept asking myself, why are liberals so miserable? Why do I keep having these even just normal stuff? What should be normal pleasant social interactions if the pandemic came up if any of the Black Lives Matter stuff came up if the campaign came up and discussion suddenly it's an all out war with these people and I kept thinking, why is this? What is this anger about? So

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Mark Brnovich's Reaction to Lawsuit for Checking Citizenship to Vote

Mark Levin

01:46 min | Last month

Mark Brnovich's Reaction to Lawsuit for Checking Citizenship to Vote

"Mark apparently among other things when your state asks for people to prove their citizenship when they vote you've offended the United States Department of Justice the civil rights division and apparently you have violated the federal Civil Rights Act What's going on there Well great one Thank you for having me on again And thank you for the kind words and this is just the exhibit a of the hypocrisy and just the craziness of the times we're living in Arizona passed a common sense election integrity measure that basically says if you want to vote to presidential elections you have to prove your U.S. citizen and that if you want to be if you want to get a mail in ballot if you want to be the permanent early voting list you have to prove you're a citizen The Biden administration threatened to sue us I sent them a very pleasant response Basically saying bring it on I guess it's another round of brunovic V Biden And so last week they sued us And so they soon as they basically are saying that Arizona law that requires you to prove that you're a citizen if you want to vote in a presidential election or a mail in ballot is illegal And that's the Biden administration's position And so you know Mark I have said that the Biden administration I don't mean to laugh But it's really crazy to think that they don't want Arizona to review citizenship with the polls But meanwhile their Department of Justice is running license plate at school board meetings and they're letting literally millions 3 million people so far illegally enter our country It's just absurd and crazy I'm losing adjectives to describe what's going on in this country and just the shredding of U.S. Constitution in the past year and a half

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Boris Johnson Announces Resignation as UK Prime Minister

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:56 sec | Last month

Boris Johnson Announces Resignation as UK Prime Minister

"Boris Johnson. Over in old blighty. The green and pleasant land. Home of bands such as the clash and Joy Division. And the who, of course. While Hugh, he's going. Boris Johnson is going. Boris Johnson, he's the prime minister of Great Britain. He looks like a hobo. Stuffed into a $5000 suit. And he's going to resign today. He's had something like 50 is producer Dwayne around. No, he's gone. Everybody's gone. I'm abandoned. Here, much like, much like Boris Johnson. I think something in the area of 50 of various ministers and functionaries in the party have just cashed in their chips. They've resigned. Because Boris Johnson Boris Johnson is wounded and bleeding, he is the wildebeest on the veldt.

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3 killed when Amtrak train hits truck, derails in Missouri

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

3 killed when Amtrak train hits truck, derails in Missouri

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting fatalities are reported in an Amtrak train collision and derailment The Missouri highway patrol says three people were killed in the derailment of an Amtrak passenger train that collided with a dump truck Monday afternoon The collision occurred near menden Missouri about 84 miles northeast of Kansas City Amtrak said the Southwest chief was carrying about 243 passengers and 12 crew members passengers on the train included high school students from pleasant ridge high school in eastern Kansas who were headed to the future business leaders of America conference in Chicago superintendent Tim bay told the Kansas City star I'm Mike Gracia

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Why Do People Feel They're Alone?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:04 min | 2 months ago

Why Do People Feel They're Alone?

"You know, people stopped me. And invariably, not always, but in this invariably mean always, I guess so, it means no variation. So virtually all the time I say, would you like would you like a selfie would you like a picture? Yes, they do, and it's a lovely moment. One of the most common comments that I received from strangers is that I give them some peace and I give them some courage and hope and the very meaningful to me and why do I tell you this? Because I analyze everything. That's my nature. And I ask, why do I do that? Not for everybody. Of course, but for those many who have that reaction, so it's an interesting question. How does one give another peace courage, et cetera? So I think a big part of it is that people think they're alone. And that's easy to think if you believe in the American belief system, the American Trinity, as I call it, E pluribus Unum, liberty, and in God we trust. Especially if you believe in in God we trust you really do feel alone in many cases, not in all. If you remember of a religious community, a presume you don't feel alone, but nevertheless, at your place of work, where many people have to hide who they are, what they believe in order to stay employed in some cases, and certainly in order to have a relatively pleasant experience at work.

Fliers, subway riders shed masks: 'Feel free to burn them'

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Fliers, subway riders shed masks: 'Feel free to burn them'

"Many many many many travelers travelers travelers travelers now now now now get get get get to to to to decide decide decide decide whether whether whether whether they they they they want want want want to to to to wear wear wear wear a a a a mask mask mask mask after after after after a a a a federal federal federal federal judge judge judge judge struck struck struck struck down down down down and and and and national national national national mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate on on on on airplanes airplanes airplanes airplanes land land land land to to to to mass mass mass mass transit transit transit transit at at at at a a a a Florida Florida Florida Florida airport airport airport airport Christina Christina Christina Christina Costigan Costigan Costigan Costigan said said said said it's it's it's it's about about about about time time time time I I I I just just just just don't don't don't don't like like like like wearing wearing wearing wearing a a a a mask mask mask mask and and and and I'm I'm I'm I'm happy happy happy happy about about about about it it it it Amtrak Amtrak Amtrak Amtrak says says says says masks masks masks masks are are are are now now now now optional optional optional optional damn damn damn damn climate climate climate climate was was was was happy happy happy happy to to to to teach teach teach teach he he he he is is is is in in in in New New New New York York York York more more more pleasant pleasant pleasant New New New Jersey Jersey Jersey transit transit transit rider rider rider Maranda Maranda Maranda Kharadi Kharadi Kharadi respects respects respects that that that but but but I'm I'm I'm gonna gonna gonna keep keep keep it it it online online online and and and traveling traveling traveling as as as will will will March March March at at at Chandler Chandler Chandler in in in Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta I I I safe safe safe as as as possible possible possible the the the rules rules rules now now now differ differ differ by by by city city city and and and mode mode mode of of of transit transit transit many many many major major major airlines airlines airlines airports airports airports and and and transit transit transit systems systems systems say say say masks masks masks are are are optional optional optional as as as do do do uber uber uber and and and lift lift lift New New New York York York City City City is is is still still still requiring requiring requiring them them them at at at airports airports airports and and and on on on public public public transit transit transit Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington

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Sen. Marsha Blackburn: KBJ Didn't Say She Starts With the Constitution

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 4 months ago

Sen. Marsha Blackburn: KBJ Didn't Say She Starts With the Constitution

"Because they want to know where she is on court packing what her judicial philosophy is They want to know why she tried to overrule a law that Congress should pass that said the law was unreviewable but she reviewed it anyway she put in a nationwide injunction on president Trump's immigration policy She was overturned by the by the D.C. circuit a liberal circuit That's how far to the left and how progressive that she is And as you said she is well educated She is pleasant She is conversant good temperament but she is so liberal You know one of the things to me that was a telltale In her opening statement and this is how I closed out my comments which ended our Republican side of the questioning I read her opening statement back to her For your she said is she a decision And she begins from a neutral position And then she reviews the facts of the case She looks at precedent And then she makes a decision consistent with her oath of office And I read that back to her and I said what you left out is the constitution That is where your decision making process should begin Is with the truth The United States

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Hong Kong's COVID toll leads some to eco-friendlier coffins

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Hong Kong's COVID toll leads some to eco-friendlier coffins

"Hong Kong's deadliest corona virus outbreak is cost about six thousand lives this year and the city is now running out of conference the conference typically are wood or wood substitutes and there is a scramble to keep up with demand Albert Cole with the non profit funeral advisory group forget the not says some families are using eco conference they feel a little bit shameful to use it so called pay by cascade they fear that this is not it's not it's not respectful to the to Debbie loved ones co says the idea is to offer a more pleasant fare well without the fear of death we have over forty different designs covering different religions hobbies and also you know the color can be can be full of French Hong Kong is reported about two hundred corona virus deaths daily on average over the past week space constraints there make cremation a common burial practice I bet Donahue

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Sean Feucht: We Don't Get to Redefine God's Terms

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 5 months ago

Sean Feucht: We Don't Get to Redefine God's Terms

"Anybody from the beginning of time till now knows the difference between men and women. But you're right. There is such rebellion against God and God's order. I actually think that this has been happening for a long time that you saw this to some extent, you saw this with the end of representational art in cubism and this kind of stuff. There was something going on that was deeper than just we're doing new things with art. It was kind of ultimately aimed at reality, which is what God has created for us. And so now we're at a point though where it's not just a handful of intellectuals. It's the whole world is being bludgeoned into buying into this madness. So as a father, what do you what do you say? What do we do about it? You know, yesterday, I was like, I was thinking about this. I actually wrote an op-ed on both of these situations with the swimmer and with, you know, what is a woman? I'll probably be releasing it later today. But I was like thinking, how do we combat this, you know? And then I got my kids together and I'm like, okay, here we go. We're going to learn Roman's 12 two. Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. And I just begin to teach them and I said, listen, there are people in this world that think that they can rewrite the lines, the boundaries. David says in the book of songs, the boundary lines have fallen in pleasant places for me. Surely I have a delightful inheritance. You have a generation that's revolting against the boundary lines that God is drawn. You don't get to redefine what marriage is. You don't get to redefine what a woman is. You don't get to you actually don't get to. It's like these are terms that God has put into place. He's created and we don't get to redefine them. And so I feel like a big part of us fighting back, I know it might sound cheesy to some people, but it's like teaching our kids the Bible, teaching our kids first, teaching our kids, reminding our kids what the truth

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How Can Americans Ride the Momentum of the Canadian Truckers?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 6 months ago

How Can Americans Ride the Momentum of the Canadian Truckers?

"The problem we have in America and we were talking scheming before the show about how do we pass a ride on this great idea of the Canadians and do this here in America, and the problem is a we're always too busy, be the Supreme Court screwed us by shutting down the vax mandate. So not enough people are losing their jobs and usually for the right to come out and protest like this. We have to be extra mad. You know, there was a point in time like the Tea Party was an example of kind of pleasant protesting and upbeat protesting in an angry way. But what can we do to kind of do a similar move to show our government that we're going to not going to take it either? Well, I do think that you need that to follow along with this. So take a best lessons learned best practices in terms of all of this. So when it comes to peaceful nonviolent civil disobedience and whether that means, you know, just throw you remember we had those Trump truck rallies all throughout the country. The boat rounds the boat rallies that were going on as well. I don't know if boat rallies really lend themselves very well to winter. You know, but I think that, you know, take that same kind of idea. You just throw an American flag on your vehicle, you throw some of it, you know, if you're a trucker out there, you throw it in American flag on your rig, you mock up a sign and the mandates and literally just drive around honking, you pick whether it's your just the local town or you do it like a flash mob kind of thing. Stay in your vehicle. So that's key. Stay in the vehicles. Don't engage if people come out to protest, if people come to get aggressive, you know, you just engage. You don't engage. You keep on driving, keep on honking. That really has been the thing that has become most powerful in all of these areas. And so when I hear people say, oh, let's go to the Super Bowl. Let's go to Washington, D.C.. First of all, if you're going to block the LA freeway, I don't necessarily know that anyone would notice a difference, right? How would you get there?

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Justin Trudeau: Open-Minded Liberal or Third World Dictator?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 6 months ago

Justin Trudeau: Open-Minded Liberal or Third World Dictator?

"Canada has always had this kind of very pleasant atmosphere of living of existing as neighbors to one another, a very peaceful people, one might call it. A very agreeable people as well. But Canada is also this very interesting example in Trudeau is a great embodiment of it of where liberalism takes you. So Trudeau has been an advocate of decriminalizing almost all drugs, but an advocate of the transgender movement. Oh, you just must tolerate them. We are told. We must just accept it. But at the back end of every liberal movement or the liberalization of people is the inevitable clenched fist that is going to terrorize you. You see Trudeau positions himself to the people of Canada as a tolerant, almost a 1970s hippie who went too far north in Woodstock and somehow stumbled into the lands of Canada and he's never left. He positions himself as someone who says, we are an accepting open minded people. I could play tape after tape after tape after tape of Trudeau saying we as Canadians are values or open mindedness and global thinking. But almost immediately, when their power is threatened, or when they see an opening, they go from someone who is allegedly very tolerant and very open minded to a third world dictator. Saying that we're going to shut down the entire country. We are going to arrest pastors. We are going to do whatever it takes. To stop the spread of the invisible virus.

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YouTube Removes John Ondrasik's Song Critical About Joe Biden's Handling of Afghanistan

The Dan Bongino Show

01:19 min | 7 months ago

YouTube Removes John Ondrasik's Song Critical About Joe Biden's Handling of Afghanistan

"But did you catch the story this week as well about the guy from 5 for fighting You know John and Jurassic really good guy Remember that band 5 for fighting they were very popular Well John had a new song out about the debacle in Afghanistan which wasn't pleasant to Joe Biden but wasn't meant to be a political song It was song about not leaving our people behind the song was called blood on my hands So you know YouTube because they of course it was not perceived to be a good moment for you if you don't celebrate the dear leader Joe Biden on YouTube YouTube banjo They banned John's song They took it down Now they've since reinstated it but don't worry folks YouTube said it was just that accident Weird how these accidents only happen to conservatives And almost never ever happened to lives Isn't that crazy Isn't that weird In some limited circles we call that a clue that something's wrong that these accidents with dreaded air quotes never happened to liberals only to conservative content But we took over John an email me and told me about the problem I said John we will get your account verified on rumble immediately which we did and his video blew up over on rumble showing you that the speech suppression game they're playing Can't work and won't work because it can't possibly work Speech like water always finds a way to get through Always Always

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President Vladimir Putin's influence on everyday life in Russia is spreading  to fashion

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

President Vladimir Putin's influence on everyday life in Russia is spreading to fashion

"President president Vladimir Vladimir Putin's Putin's influence influence on on everyday everyday life life in in Russia Russia is is spreading spreading to to fashion fashion with with the the launch launch of of the the first first potent potent branded branded clothing clothing store store the the potent potent team team store store is is run run by by the the federal federal ministry ministry of of industries industries and and trade trade in in is is that that Moscow's Moscow's main main International International Airport Airport the the clothing clothing has has the the colors colors of of the the white white blue blue and and red red Russian Russian tricolour tricolour flag flag with with the the logo logo Putin Putin team team Russia Russia because because they they did did that that because because the the general general director director of of the the brand brand Dimitri Dimitri Shishkin Shishkin says says he he has has been been given given the the green green light light to to launch launch the the project project by by the the Russian Russian president president himself himself what what was was up up with with a a shiny shiny and and he he says says every every detail detail every every textile textile was was calibrated calibrated and and honed honed only only when when we we were were one one hundred hundred percent percent convinced convinced that that we we could could create create a a high high quality quality product product we we launched launched the the opening opening of of the the retail retail chain chain Alexander Alexander unless unless you you have have was was one one of of the the first first customers customers he he bought bought a a red red baseball baseball cap cap with with Russia's Russia's coat coat of of arms arms at at the the navy navy hoodie hoodie he he says says the the clothes clothes are are good good and and the the ambiance ambiance is is very very pleasant pleasant adding adding new new rules rules you you lose lose a a job job he he said said I I love love Russia Russia and and respect respect the the president president I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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Why You Shouldn't Date People From the Opposite Party

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Why You Shouldn't Date People From the Opposite Party

"Here. I do not think you should date people from the opposite party. I don't. I don't think you should try to build a life with people that don't share your worldview. I'm not saying you shouldn't be nice to them and you shouldn't be pleasant, but I also don't think you should date for the sake of dating. I think you should date with the intent to marry. And if you have an initial kind of encounter, like, oh yeah, I believe in open borders. There is no God. I believe pleasure over virtue. I think the constitution is evil and we live on stolen land. Yeah, great. Let's go get dinner sometime. I don't really understand kind of what the path forward is

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Radical Self Belief - The Mojo Maker© Podcast

05:19 min | 9 months ago

Snippet with Julia Newbould

"Another thing is that even if you're not in your 40s or 50s, you much younger, you've probably still got money that you don't think you have because if you've got a super fun and you've got insurance to that super fund, which typically people do, you've got a couple of $100,000 there. So there is a meaningful amount that everybody's leaving, but you know you've got to figure out what it is that makes you take and what you want to leave behind. I mean, personally, I love the arts and I have had a lot of pleasure going to theater and concerts and so on. So when I really thought about what I wanted as my legacy, I want to help someone perform in the odds that probably wouldn't get a chance before. And it's very complex to set it up and you really think about what how would I pick that person, you know, after I'm dead, who would choose that person and you know I had to think about, well, which of my friends would be good to put in those positions and you know, that's the kind of fun part of it. I think the thought that we're going to die, that's not a fun part. But you've got something positive to leave behind. That can be very, very pleasant. And I think that that has actually made me feel less afraid to die, knowing that there's something that I will leave behind. It's so interesting the word mortality. I mean, I lost my father a couple of months ago. My mom's 81. So once you get to a phase where you start losing your parents, then you start thinking about what's next. And also when we talk about legacy, we're not just talking about when we pass on. I know a lot of CEOs and business founders and people they're trying to bring their children through their leaders inside the corporation legacy is not just, I guess you're well on testimony. It's also if you founded a business or you've got something going, what happens with all that vision and creativity and culture that you're trying to create. So there are many footprints that we leave as individuals. And I just wanted to say I love the fact that you found who would be if the executioner of your will who would have the charter of putting up this fund and finding those people, you found that a fun thing that bought light to what would normally be a discussion and a thought process, most people just don't want to go to. Yeah. And I think that bringing up the discussion that's really difficult. And I think it was this time last year I was talking to a lawyer and we were talking about wills and he said, now he's a good time. You know, the families get together for Christmas. You know, when everyone's together, talk about your will and your parents will and what they expect and what a siblings maybe you eat expect to do for your parents and so on. And what you expect for your children as well. So depending on what stage of life you're at, it's a good time when the families together to bring things out in the open. Because there's so many things with wheels. You know, if you have more than one child and you don't want to split things evenly or even if you do, you know, the kid's going to say bit so and so got something more when I was alive when you know it's a very complex area and can cause so much family problems. And I think getting yourself right in your own ground and energy is the most important thing. But you know, why do you think that we have money in itself as a topic? The other thing about this is a lot of people feel they don't have enough. So once you start looking at what do I need to retire with so my legacy after work, let alone what do I need to pass over? Is that if he actually front you from a lot of people because there was a thing going around Instagram that said, if you retire with a $1 million, you know, you have to live off 33,000 a year, so to speak. But a lot of people can't even imagine retiring with a $1 million at the moment. And so there's a lot of fear around not having enough right now, let alone set sparks a lot of triggers in people that what if I'm not wealthy enough? How do we know our idea of wealth and how can we be comfortable with what we have now in order to do the next step of planning? How do you help that discussion with your read is even? I think all of it, you know, whether it's your will or whether you've got enough money. To be discussed. And I think it's the way that it comes up in conversation. And so for myself, I read a book a couple of years ago with Kate McCallum a financial adviser. It's called the joy of money. And basically, we looked at money as it's not a discrete topic. You don't talk about money as separate to the rest of your life. It's the enabler for what you want to do in life. So can you afford the holiday break it down? You know, what do I need to leave each week? It's hard to talk about the future without looking at what you have now and is that enough is that satisfying is that giving you pleasure? Can you turn that down and swap work for life after you get retirement age? It's a difficult topic. And I think there's so much going around about how much you do need in retirement. And you know that $1 million figure. Yes, you know, you're living off 33,000 a year, but that's if you don't draw down on the capital. And at some point, maybe you will draw down on the capital. You know, that's what most people will do. But you've got to look at it and figure out what would you do if that was all you had. If you had 33,000, how would you make up the shortfall if you're going to have a shortfall in your life and think about alternatives? You know, retirement now isn't just shut the door on your job and you walk away. You might do something part time. You might do the same job part time. You might change careers.

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"pleasants" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"pleasants" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

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"pleasants" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"pleasants" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"The toe in the but i guess all right where we add here anal swabs required starting a cotton swab three to five centimeters which is one point two to two inches into the anus and then gently rotating at a video posted online. Oh my god. I need to see this video By state back newspaper times. Zang when hong of sean hospital and shanghai said that such swabs could be useful and help minimize the risk of a relapse after recovery. There may be traces of the coronavirus detected in the abdominal cavity feces and intestines zang was quoted saying last week beijing city officials said that anal swabs were taken for more than a thousand teachers. Staffers in students awed at a primary school illegal in the city after an infection had been found their nose in i mean. Could you imagine if that happened here in the united states the outrage shoved. What my kids -at's budget kid. Kindergarteners first graders. Bending over taking swabs up their tiny little poopers additional testing using anal. Swabs can pick up infections that other tests miss as virus traces and fecal samples or anal swabs could remain detectable for long long after then samples taken from upper respiratory tracts. Okay the doctor. Who was interviewed said that such samples were only necessary for key groups. Little kids such as those under quarantine stool tests may be more than respiratory tests. And why can't people just take a shit and provide the poop sample. Why don't we have to go up the ass with a swab to scrape out shit. A stool tests may be more effective than respiratory tests and identifying in nineteen infections in children and infants they carry a higher viral load in their stool than adults users of china's we bow. It's twitter like social media. Platform reacted to the method with a mix of mirth and and horror. I'm so lucky. I returned to china. Earlier what user wrote low harm but extreme humiliation. Another person said i've done to anal swabs. Every time i did one i had to do a throat swab. Afterwards i was so scared the nurse would forget to use a new swab one they. Yeah that's what. China is dealing with right now. Oh i hope those swabs come to the us all right Second story we have for you now. This one comes from the uk. We really need like a uk intro british jingle or something because we read so many stories on that godforsaken country to starving children who were allegedly forced to eat. Stray dogs to survive have been rescued from their cockroach infested home. Why did they just eat. The cockroaches already cockroaches before dog. I think depends how they're prepared. I guess this all went down in the ukraine. Why thought the mother looked familiar. He was on that episode of ninety day. Fiance no wondered. She didn't want him to come visit her house. It's filthy take a look at the chapter artwork. You can get an idea. There's i mean this is like a horror. House neglected four-year-old masha in her two year. Old brother were found surrounded by piles of trash and take it away by police officers after they raided the filthy flat in the city of kharkov in northeast ukraine their mother. Lilia gra ninko. Johnny is said to have killed stray dogs in the area and use their meat to feed the starving children. You might say she's a monster but she's poor. She's trying to do the best for her kids. She's providing something for kids to eat and also helping control. The pet population strays are Overrunning the area. The children were reportedly surrounded by their own excrement after their toilet. Broke at the rat infested home. Cockroaches would drop from the ceiling. Be children who allegedly never went outside can respect that also live with their grandmother whose name has not been disclosed. Women reportedly stuff their home with waste from trash bins which they collected for years. Leaving the flat infested with rats and cockroaches cockroaches fall down from the ceiling in there and the stench makes you wretch with disgust. A neighbor said toilet in the flat out of order and water supply was cut off long ago for unpaid bills. How do you boil dog meet with a water or heat. Rinca was arrested. After police received a call from d'ici nuke them bill imagine how rubbery dog meat would be in the microwave. Ab the gas was still on and she fried up. The puppies ida grenada was arrested. After police received a call from neighbors and rated the family home. The mom now faces five years in prison volunteer. Give guinea zohrab who filmed the police. Operation said the mom grandmother and the children relieved themselves right on the floor. The whole house is at toilet. A video shows officers making their way through mountains of rubbish before carrying the youngsters away while their mom is hurt expressing discontent about the situation. That.

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"pleasants" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"pleasants" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

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"pleasants" Discussed on Mysteries, Myths

Mysteries, Myths

12:30 min | 2 years ago

"pleasants" Discussed on Mysteries, Myths

"Was We help them tell their story and they are also part of the book and the book is called Right on right on by the community writers I saw the video and office without Borders was really instrumental and Helping publish it. The the video of the after party was really striking. It seemed to me as though those writers were from their voice for the first time table. About what kind of reaction. You got that right We did a book launching Party at the Library and we gave the writers an opportunity to talk. And it's actually up on Video if anyone wants to go and watch our book launching. It's at Boston neighborhood network and you can type in Willie's web and you can see that book launching. But they were so thrilled to be you know people always talk about becoming authors and they have this work that they tend to put away and never do anything with it so this was the opportunity to get it done and we were the force behind getting it done. You must be very proud of that. Yes yes they were. I have people now waiting for the book. Signing what's your next project going to do now I thought about it on my way here today. I said what 'cause see I'm always afraid to say what I will do because it will come true so I'm thinking that I am going to take one of the stories and I'm going to make it into film. Great that's Great. That's a new avenue. Yes yes and it will happen. I'm kinda learn some of this about you have have had a very tragic experience in being de Housed. We just up to that for the moment. How is going to Orient you in terms of what you do next We recently in July the fourth. We had a fire and due to fireworks. Believe it or not and we would just placed. And it's amazing how you see people and you become homeless. It's it's like not by choice but then you think about all the people that it has happened to an and for me it really took me back to kind of Really understanding of how it felt to be home homeless in I kind of walked around in a daze afterwards kind of detached not knowing what what snacks is like I you know. I don't know it's crazy is crazy. It's trauma yes. It's a trauma that we go through sometimes and we don't realize that we are in trauma and so I found myself trying to For time to get back to June win and finish in that project was was really. Good for You know finish in the book and getting it published kind of grounded me a little bit for. When do you think you'll be back home? We probably won't be back home until the end of this year. The end of this year than a year moral yes more than a year. Will that find? Its way into writing. Do probably so I get so many stories. I get every I wrote my sister. Appoint her and her husband dealing with being a grandparent. Speaking of that. Can you give us another phone? Oh let me see. I like this one. This one A great porn if I could write agreed poem I will compose versus to be remembered long. After I'm gone. I wouldn't mentally walkie over beaches. I felt like cotton beneath your feet. Use words that. Stop judgmental thoughts. One that prejudge women and men because of their sex and color of Skin F. I could write a great poem. I would evoke emotions that paint black images in your mom make you colorblind their power. No were would float into depth. Giving them the gift here. My special form of free thoughts captured the ones that got locked out. Catch them before they fall through the cracks. I you know there are so many that I like in particular but You just go you and you're a rhyming poet which unusual for the Ama. That's what I hear. I every time I took a class and she say don't rhyme don't rhyme. I said I don't how not arrive? That's how it comes to me comes to me that way. So this is my poem. Can I read it please? I think I wrote it and he yeah I was trying to not rhyme and I said I don't know how to Jews. I really don't know how to do that so I said okay. I'm GONNA try so. This is my poem a talent of rhyme setting in solitude trying to change a talent with this poem. I decided to turn off my rhyme. Hot hard holding back a Gif Rwu from God. A reality change left. A Diane Distinction felt like a popsicle pop without its pop. So you're going to. I don't know how to do that. You've had so many facets to your life and one of them has to do with the jump start program. Are you still involved with that or not? Jumpstart full The seniors they canceled the program. Which is a sad day in history for me because I think Seniors Teaching. Our young children is the best way because we are young kids. Teaching young kids is hard because we know what manners and what it looks like and they tend to respect you because when I go into a class and I'm talking to the young kids the first thing they have to say to me. It's me as Willie. You have to show me that respect and we know no foolishness you know and they loved it Miss Willie and I loved talking to them and being with them because I could teach them how to write sound out words to play and when they take out of school. It's GonNa be very difficult and there's no substitute for sees no subsitute no substitute so yeah. They took that procam program away and but they still have jump. Start with the college students so they still do. Yeah they still do it with the college students and you also have some sort of affiliation with seniors on the move. Yes there's a program call seniors on the move and it's a group of and the secretary and War I get hooked winked into these things We do we meet the third Monday at the Ymca who sponsor is about seventy or eighty of us. And I do activity. I do my cross because of my activity director by license. I know I think my jack-of-all-trades out. Yeah but your master while I do these programs with them. We do cognitive Search words and I do questions and answer is in now. I got a little game going. And we get out gift certificates you know and then we have speaker who superman talk about their health. You know black high blood pressure how to take that. We talk about wheels and trust. We have a speaker come in and helps them with that and we also play Bingo on occasions and we do. We have dinner. We have dinner. We have lunch. Bore them We have lunch And we have grown from about thirty people to about ninety. We are overcrowded. The Room because they are seniors out there that need to have something to do. Yeah they need to get out of the House and we're living longer. That's that's the luck of the spectrum. I mean from children to seniors one one further thing. What about you? Massar Boston? The the program there. That's nice she actually Ashley. I will be teaching again at UMASS. I call it my storyteller not which I created this course and I'll be over there again this year For the spring semester. And I take my short stories of other people short stories and we read them and we discussed I read them to them they. Let's sit back. And they listen and We discuss we discuss the character. We discussed their life and how it evolve around the story and I had one year. This lady said to me I read the story about my mom and it was a true story in the book. It's you just never know. Is that the one where you're writing. Yes summarize that a little bit further my mom. My mom was sick and she was writing to the hospital. She I wanted to go to new Bedford to pay parking ticket. And she didn't want to stay home. She wants to come with me so she was in the car and she was throwing up and she was faint in. I'm slapping her and trying to keep her conscious and I drive down to the hospital. We finally get to New Bedford and we check her into the hospital and they will just searching you know looking all over her and I'm not realizing that when seniors check in a hospital that they do a check on foot for elderly abuse and I got home that night and I was telling my sister. I'm like you know what they would check in. The hospital really does a good job they would check in her and making sure she was all right and then finally on on me. Oh my God I might have gone to jail. Thank my mother was dock skiing. 'cause I was slapping her trying to keep pro. They would've put me in Chalabi. You don't abuse your. Your mother was a force of Nature. She was she. I had the privilege of meeting her on several occasions just to raise as many children. She did yeah she was her strength but yes she passed away a couple of years ago. So we miss her dearly sure. I'm sure what's on what's on the docket for you. Next if I lift anything out that you WANNA talk about I don't think we I think we've probably covered it all. I'm sure there's something we missing i. I'm so pleased that you were able to make this. It's it's been a delight not to have you here but to know you and through these we come a long way together. We have. Yeah I I'm GONNA try your method. Oh God give me. This really has the phrase that I've incorporated into my life and US right from the very beginning and I think we all have in our author go. But it's you just never know having no and that's a wonderful outlook makes you want to try everything. Yes Oh thank you so much for being here and thank you. Joyce for having loved it. If you like this podcast please download and subscribe. It's free and you'll find it on your favorite directory such as Apple. Google stitcher tuning in more to learn more about me and my books. Go TO JOYCE WALSH DOT.

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"pleasants" Discussed on Mysteries, Myths

Mysteries, Myths

12:41 min | 2 years ago

"pleasants" Discussed on Mysteries, Myths

"I'm going to direct you to the show notes to this podcast to see her extensive bio because we won't be able to cover everything in one gulp. Welcome Willie thank you for having me pleasure. We did not plan this but it just so happens that this is black history month and it ties into what I hope will be the beginning of our conversation about something that you experienced growing up in Alabama. And would you tell us about that? Really Oh when I was Twelve years so I had a great opportunity to meet Martin. Luther King I we were protesting. And I'm this is Alabama. This is back in the sixties early sixties. I was twelve and He came to town and we were sitting there and I had an opportunity to do a short film that of this perfect event and Had opportunity to a film of of my conversation about the story and how it evolved and it actually got shown on Roxbury film fest. What town was this in? Alabama really York Alabama whereas at relation to Birmingham or it's west West probably twenty six miles out of Mississippi wrong Rural Very Rural. It's still is still is not much change in the south of small towns but at that time There were certain places that we were told that we were protesting against there are certain stores which we really made an impact in that town. We really put a lot of big stores out of business because we decided we were not shot there and just as I think as time go on we find that kids young children kids are kind of the people who are leading it because at that time we were young. Our parents will work in the ones that could but the kids were really out the demonstrating. What was your impression of Martin Luther King Junior? It was bigger than life. He was really bigger than life. And at twelve everything. She's bigger than life. Where did you see him was it? It was a small church. We gathered in a small church. That was we're you've got all your information that's where things kinda trickled in through was the churches in He actually Came to speak and I was upfront. Criss Cross applesauce. Did you know who he was? Not At first. But then somebody said who he was. You Know Martin Luther King is he out. Wow and we selling those spiritual songs wing GonNa live new buddy turn around a lot of bringing back memories but then fast forward many years to Massachusetts to use oppo. And we'll we'll talk about that but it did something at the State House. Thank brought everything. Full Circle Tillis yes. I had an opportunity to Be One of the speakers at one of the Mine Luther King Breakfast and I had a chance to do my poem that I wrote about. Just so you know. It's a celebration for the key. Martin Luther King that is he was a man of dignity character emphasis which made people take notice. Even the press has writing had wisdom of insights defending our civil rights. His speeches inspired a world to age. What blacks no long Federal Shane? I want you to know lead. This was done from memory reading that. Just that was How did you become a poet? How did you get from that twelve year? Old Child through the years and it's only within recent years that you've been running correct. Yeah yes within the last. I think fifteen years. I've really been writing poetry. I love poetry of always love hearing it. I always wanted to be an actress. And you get the chance. I got a chance I did. I did but Poetry something that kind of stuck with me and I said I wanNA leave this Earth doing what I love and I prayed a lot and I asked God to guide me into what my passion was and I one day all these poems and all this writing it just kind of my head was about to explode and I started writing and I kept looking at. Who wrote this no wrote keeping me was this. Fd retired that you had the time to Jesse Retie. Just be full. I retire. I was so frustrated at my job that I took early retirement. I just they had to be more to life than a nine to five and I was able to retire early from the state and start doing things I love. I started acting. I took some acting classes. I did some piano. I did everything that I thought I really wanted to do. And I got opportunity. I just say lot I WANNA get in apply so he I found play A ten minute play. I was the head person and how it works. I said Lord I just WANNA I WANNA be in a major film and here comes. Here comes the boom. Do you remember when you first found your voice and people listen to you. Oh you know Joyce Yeah I think I did. I witnessed this but you in you ensure mental and because when I wrote my first book and I landed with Alberta and met you and Pat I was just writing poetry. And you say we'll you cherie you should really recite that and I go. Yeah you know I think I should. And then I went to Bunker Hill. They had to open mic. And I said you know so I'm GonNa try and my signed kept saying mom you just can't read it you got to recite it and I said Oh. Okay you gotta remember your stuff so I did and And it flows so much better because it comes from the heart. Do you remember being at the cranberry festival and you read in front of Children? And that's why I heard you. It was magnetic. Yeah they have one particular girl little girl she was about. I guess about ten. She came up to me and a whole bunch of other kids were there and she said You what's your book about and I do poetry legitimate. What book is this? It was make truth that happened. That was your first book. No my ain't that the truth with Mike I but this was the second one the cranberry fast and she said I said I got a point for you. I got one for you. I said my name. Call me by my name. It's always say I'm not a WWL am not a B. So when you see me call me by my name. I'm not ashamed. It's always my name. And she stood there and she said Oh my God that's me that's me so she. She went to her aunt and she said to her. You got to buy that book for me. You got to buy. And then she brings three other kids over and she said. Can you do that poem I watched you and I watched them and they were riveted on you? It was unbelievable. One girl followed me around like every event I went to. She said she said she kept coming. She goes I know you know you and then she would bring three other. People were to hear me recite the she said. How do you do that? How do you make people have cheese? When and how did you get from that then to your own cable? Tv Show Boston neighborhood network. We I have been looking for interviews like you know when you're author you always looking for interviews your always looking for people to Promote your book and I said. You know some. I went down to Fairhaven I've gone to new Bedford for interviews of gone down on the Cape for interview. So I'm like this is kind of fun. I like this so when I went to Boston neighborhood. They will often a class. I said you know I bet I could do this. And sure enough. I became a producer and I host. My own show called Willy's Web I love it. It's better for a couple of years now. Hasn't it eight years? Well Tom go fast. Yeah does are you doing this season as well yes? I am starting up. In February February. The twenty fifth will my first show and we are doing it on. A white privilege You did that once before I had a lady come in. She wrote a book on White Privilege. And and I want to also Taylor back on That the black ish shoes in Races and because I think people just need to hear it especially young black kids definitely in history. You have to hear the history. He we went to the Martin Luther King Breakfast breakfast again this year and yes I did. Did you speak there? I spoke Lashio. Oh I did it last year but not this year. I just went and enjoy myself. But how did you get into the radio show Be An also has a radio It's on tight it's FM one. O Two point nine. Fm and my show is called the village so you take a class and you can be a DJ. So I thought about that's cool. I'll do a half an hour. Dj and me and my sister out pulled their Mana course. I pulled my solicitous how many I have eight and I pulled them in all the time. Give us the title of each of your books. And I'M GONNA ask you why you started with that. The first book I wrote is. Ain't that the truth and that one's was my ray hazy crazy working experience. I wrote about everybody at my job. So the second one is make a habit. And they're all short stories and poetry and my third book stretching the truth on another one or no what we what I decided to do. Was Shoe Help other writers promote their work and we did an anthology with other writers. Because I said you can write any you can write. A store will help you write your story and for people who were interested in doing their own story. I was able to help them. And we published and this was because of the library the library. The library Uppance Corner Library and we of the friends up the corner and we actually was able to get a grant from the citywide friends. Who helped us out in publishing the cost of publishing it and it's a fundraiser. We use it as a fundraiser. For the Li- library because I'm not I'm the president of the friends and out of air time I'm not able to. I'm not that person to go out and get a lot of grant money and you know do fundraising but I thought this would be a great opportunity to do a two full. It helps the community. Tell the story and we get an opportunity to use it as a fundraiser. As I recall there was a a another group that participated in this besides the workshop. And Yeah about that group too. There was a group called beef. It it's at the Boston home. 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"pleasants" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

Bitches on Comics

12:26 min | 2 years ago

"pleasants" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

"The grapplers so the grapplers are a super team that that has almost no reason for existing literally earlier in the circus. They were in the circus and other wrestlers. There's Oh yeah yeah. Yeah Wrestler Wrestler. Wow I'd go to that show. They end up in prison. For whatever reason Wakes up with pound cakes. Who is one of my favorites pound cake says rise and shine sugar pie not times over and then I believe if that is screaming? Mimi's get out of that bunk. You're coming with us. She goes. Who are you? What are you what what's going on? Can the questions doll face when the grapplers poplars tell you to move you move. Let's and she's like saying it is I when I first saw Sarah today about Dassler and said Oh my God. It's so sexual because I did not realize how horny this novel this. Oh yeah and we should also know. It's just one issue out of the series the dowager series is not even on marvel unlimited. This is part of our plead to get it on limited. This series is great so pancakes start just dragging her. And then there's screaming Mimi who later on becomes songbird and the thunderbolts. And she's a really God She gets so interesting as lovers screaming Mimi she basically. Oh Yeah No. She's amazing so how cake says keep your trap shut about you and we'll snap a wishbone. Then this other lady says beside you'll need your strength for your initiation and uh-huh well what she's like. Wait my ears perked now and then my favorite screaming mimi quote pancakes told you to shut up. Shut up uh-huh so then their initiation is to throw dassler on the floor in front of a woman who is is on the table. She sitting in a chair. That is on a table so these are the people who like rule the prison after dark. Yeah like during the day it belongs to the guards but and at night. This prison is wrestlemainia. Oh Wow and then like I've got roaches and my cell tougher than she and the other one says but she is cute. Doesn't I liked. Oh yes I love this coming because my favorite so Titania is the person who's sitting on the table. Titania like everybody kneel down. I am the UH-HUH I am in control here. So pound cake sleep starts pulling her hair dassler's pulling dollars his hair and like slapping her in the face and stuff and I'm just like am and so then they get in this fight and they're battling and they're like go cry to your daddy issues like I haven't cried my daddy a long time and then they trade some like shitty remarks doesn't girl now and dancers can kick. I think pancakes and the face hurdles to kick people in the face which secondary mutant power our secondary mutation. Right there cakes. My only weakness wanted to trade punches. Cream puff fine with me says pound kings. Well I gotTa unbelievable and then the screaming Mimi. Pops Lakes really unbelievable stands like she's about. Okay so let me disagree dazzling on her stomach with leg her by a little bit in the air screaming. Mimi is literally standing over her. Like ready to like drop up on and I'm just like and then streaming media is holding you three have been having all the finish with the screaming Mimi special and it's like that is a whole different thing than I thought you could put in and and then they just scream at each other. That's all but in my mind goes a different. It's remarkable it's remarkable. So they think I think the guards and guard show up. Whatever she she finished her off with the screaming Mimi special? So it's all over. Everyone is satisfied. Go back to their bones. Yeah so then. She goes back to the trial the next day right and her lawyer is like all right. Well here's some things you you should know who among you is appear of this one o'clock what do you mean he's like. Can you shoot light Chinoy. I know you can't who's the has any right to judge her. How do you know what limits? She has really actually kind of amazing. Yeah Yeah it's seventy one being kind of like there is no jury of her peers essentially which was a black panther platform back in the day it was basically like you can't keep he putting like black people on trial because we're all in front of white jury so this is like the mutant version of that lake twenty years later Axel uh-huh so it's very interesting the trick goes out and goes back and it's like not guilty guilty. Hugs her lawyer and then like the and he kisses her yeah and and then the prosecutor comes over. And it's like I believed in you. It's so weird too because in my head cannon is being like I could go back and other plans tonight in this issue exist for no reason there. No nothing to tie it to past or future issue the grapplers again outside of songbird. Yeah you you do but like you know not much Titania of course as a fairly recurring villain well pancakes it pound cakes show up again later. I don't remember exactly where but I do know that. None of these characters are done but they are not not very grapplers comic. It was bad marvel. Hit US UP A why. Don't you just let us is right. The grapplers comic because I would rate this shoot out of this coming. This comic is so essential it is everything I think I ever needed out of a comic because I read this as a kid and then I grew up and I read it again and was like well that really you connect dots for me. Turn out to me as the cover. fens everybody up pretty intense. It makes them all look pretty girly or whatever. Oh Yeah and then inside the early shaved. Yeah it's it's it's enjoyable just came about I'm GonNa Finish her off with the screaming Mimi special the dirtiest thing I've ever heard pillow talk like that's something that leg people say to you after hours for sure.

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"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"Your children and Fallon's, and it's a complete Coster, and it's really hard to navigate and people change over time and counseling across has been amazing. And I don't know that I would say it's the only reason that we're together because I don't know that you think that, but it has been great to go every week or every other week in have like a. Checkpoint in a neutral space with notice actions because we're spending time investing in our relationship, and it's happening. So I applaud paying for being so public about it. And I think that they're doing what's back to their relationship. And there's no need to judge the alive. Judged. I just said that would it be for me. But I said, I'm great I'm happy that it works for her Ashton. I'm calling from Utah. I never called him before. And this is the first time I ever felt the need to chime in. I'm about a week behind. I just listen arguing over whether or not it's okay for pink. And Carey Hart, the there'd be spending five years that was not the not the architect. People hear what they wanna hear. How would you figured that out that what she's about to agree with you? Let's go for a second. I have to I'm happily agree with I feel like you do have to have a graduating point when you're in therapy. Or at least the point where you realize you can work through your issues by yourself or have company mechanisms where you can work together as a couple, and you have to go for seventeen years, you're constantly butting band aid on your problems. And you're not really it doesn't seem like you're working through them. So why keep on trying the relationships me that third? Party kind of relationship with that. But if it's working for them, and they're happy and keeping them together for their kids more power to them. And just to reiterate, I was not judging her for doing it. It just made me think about myself. And would I be happy doing that? I don't wanna give my name, but I'm calling from San Francisco in response to the pink and her husband going to couples counseling for seventeen full years. And sorry Peres. I do agree with Booker, whatever it takes you have to remember that pink and her husband got together. So long ago when they were both so young that maybe the only way they know how to communicate with each other's through this therapist. I know some people just aren't very good at expressing themselves in private without arguing. And maybe this is the only way it works for them. What the show thanks guys under seven to one one one eight five would love to hear from you guys. And what do you have to add? Well, I have to that. If you like. Our show you're going to.

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03:51 min | 3 years ago

"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"I don't know if she's that hot in person or what's done to that cover. But that cover shot is fricken. I think minimal was done to it. What I loved is that you know, she is not does not look how she used to look. She looks like a mob. Now, she is. But she's still looks really hot. And you could tell she over the weekend. She posted something about eating ice cream. You could tell she eats ice cream and works out and has active and just is a normal. She's still not normal on my bitch. I wish I scream look that good on me. It doesn't tell me something briefly about game of thrones. You watch a lot of people are very upset. I think a lot of people need to get a life. The outrage that than areas. Well, I don't want to spoil it for people that haven't watched it yet. They would have watched it by now spoil it. I wanna hear who's denarius which ones Canarias is the mother of dragons Emilia Clarke, she's the mother of dragons and what she do. She torched king's landing. I have no idea. What that means? She got on her dragon and she burnt down the entire town. And why is that a big deal because they surrendered and they gave up they bowed down to the Queen. And she was so mad about what their leader had done that she said screw. And she torched the whole place anyhow this. She get the throne. Now is that what's happening? Well, we're the one more episode left. I doubt it she's probably going to get killed next week. That's what they're setting it up for writing the season, isn't really that. Great because there's three books of five, and they got ahead of the books, and they're not as creative whoever's writing the show as the actual whatever that guy's name is towards our Martin or something like that guy is brilliant genius writer, and these guys are just kind of deciding what to do. And it's just not as good. I don't like how they're wrapping this up. It seems very cheap to me. I'm not loving the ending. That's all bummer Morris. More TV news briefly Steve Harvey lost to TV shows in a week. Both poor thing. He's down to what five Idaho, both from NBC. They just did not want to work with him. They cancelled his daytime talk show, and then they straight up fired him on the evening talent show little big shots. Like, America's got talent for kids and replaced him with Melissa at. Carthy? Ouch. Ouch. Ouch. Ouch. And finally, Adele may not be giving people what they expect from her. She possibly jokingly, but maybe not said that her next album is going to be a dance record. Cool, which I think she's joking. But I kinda would love it. If it was, you know, I interviewed Sam Smith once and he said he'd never do that. Then I interviewed him a few weeks ago. And he's kind of changed his stance at the key loves, George, Michael and really respects careers like that of people that have done different things. So he changed his tune a little bit. I wouldn't be surprised. If Adele did something different. Why not you know? She's she's single. She's going to be partying, and she's happy. And she's got a new dude. She's out there. Banging, you know, maybe she will do a dad song wouldn't shock me. Cool. Let's take some calls. I am calling. I didn't even finish the podcast yet. But I just got to the part where you're talking about Inc therapy. And Brad like Booker head completely disagree with you for somebody who has really been in the girl various here really Chipper ever been in love, my husband, and I have been in couple of Kathleen, even before we were engaged this to deal when communication they only drama those been almost in years off and on we go sometime her to your straight. And then we take a break or whatever. And then you act, you know, you kids in the equation and people have different parenting filed, and you're dealing with all these different stresses from work, and parents, and and family and.

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02:53 min | 3 years ago

"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"He didn't like all the security. I also over the weekend Moluccas shared. We've talked about this before I think because he did this in the past with this aunt on Sunday on mother's day. Milona shared this photo of him, celebrating his mom on social media. He's very popular international singer. He's not Madonna's song mitigating if you don't know them, which Wendy Williams did not know him on her show last, and I'm like, she's really plugged in. Yeah. I'm like, oh my God. I need to be doing her job with you. We need to be doing your. Job anyways. At least, I know Houma. Luma is. Yeah. You don't know. James Charles is. But you know, him a Luma is no I don't care who James Charles's. It don't don't confuse the two. I don't care who he is. But I care about the drama as I said earlier, anyway, he's he shared this photo of him kissing his mother passionately on the lips and caressing her face while doing so why is it passionately while the way he's holding her ahead? How about staying very intimately? Okay. My mom is a kisser. And if you paused any picture, if you post any moment that anybody does anyway that you want, and you present it in the way that you want it presented as in that picture as. Passionately that. Maybe people will be dumb enough to say that is weird. That's kind of whatever it's a positive moment. He's just kissing his mom mom, squeezing his mom's face, whatever. I mean, that's very normal for a lot of people. I think it's weird and kinda creepy myself. And I hate when my mom does it. I wouldn't put up with somebody saying it was a passionate moment. We spoke about this. I think going spoke about the aunt, right? Yeah. I just wanted to. I don't think we've reiterate, I don't think I mentioned this at that point. Because at that point. It was more of just like the shock of what happened to me. But I've been seeing on social media a lot of people saying that it's a cultural thing maybe in Colombia because that's not what I I didn't grow up in Columbia. But in the Cuban culture, that's not a common thing. Okay. To kiss your mom like that. That is not common just had to say that also totally wacky. I saw this article which I'm gonna post later posted it yet. I'll send it to you. 'cause you would get a good laugh kids. These days highschool students seriously are choosing colleges based on which ones would be better for their Instagram feed. Like people saying on the record. Oh, I don't wanna go to a school in Minnesota. 'cause it's going to be cold and snowing and bad. Instead, I want to go to school in Arizona. That's the world that we live in. Yup. Yup. But to dopes are going to be run of the world at about twenty years, so funny Tyra banks made news last week. She was on the cover of the Sports Illustrated issue..

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"Exactly. I mean, she was a willing participant in exactly. And the reason the reason for the differences MTV hired her four the horrible behavior. And right, even they have allied where they're like, you know, what this behaviors to horrible got to go now. Wendy Williams is husband is asking for spousal and child support. Her son is almost nineteen years old. It should be noted. He's asking for child. Onto more wacky news Kardashian by association black China over the weekend pulled a knife out on her hairdresser allegedly. According to reports over a dispute about money, and then I asked is somebody who does this a bad mother? And then some people are saying, you're so judgmental. You're so critical. She needs mental she needs help. And then I said first of all how presumptuous of you. I think you need to go outside and get some air. I really do that you're sitting at home and having arguments with people about stupid shit like this. It's my job comical now. It's not your jobs to report you don't have to sit there and talk to trolls online about their opinions about stupid shit. Well, anyways, I think it is. I I think it is insulting to people that do have mental health issues to just assume. Room who has mental health issues. I'm not tough like China. No people set this one person said she does clearly that's a sign of mental illness that she's behaving that way. And I said, no, it could just be as simple as she's modeling the behavior that she saw from her mother growing up not everybody that makes dumb decisions is suffering from mental illness or mental health issues. Right. Let me tell everybody about truecar using truecar helps people buy new and used cars now. Everybody knows that..

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"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"The Milano G in response to the Georgia abortion law wants to start this campaign a boycott of sex a hashtag sex strike. And surprisingly, it's I think it maybe backfired because a lot of people were saying, you know, we should not show men or teach. Men are trained men or whatever you wanna call it that sexism, the reward many women love sex, and what about lesbians or same sex people. Or what about this diminishing, all men everything? She said was stupid just dumb. I think people can speak for themselves, and especially when it comes to their bodies. And what they want to do with it. When you start telling her suggesting what people start doing an telling people what they should do with their bodies. They too are dumb. I appreciate the intention. I appreciate the attention to. But what she ultimately said it came off as dumb the thing about the sex strike that just doesn't make sense to me is first of all she's not taking into account that there are so many women that are in support of this abortion law in Georgia, and those women are more likely than not married to men who share similar thoughts. On the subject. I don't know. I think the thing was misguided. I wouldn't even call it dumb. But I love Alyssa Milano. And I love that. She is actively trying to create positive change repeatedly. I feel like she's got a future in politics. I would vote for her because I don't think she's dumb. Good for you in other news. That's wacky. I love wacky news khloe Kardashian was banned or has been for a while from attending the met gala because she's considered to feed list. Kris jenner. The mother went and KENDALL Jenner way and Kylie Jenner wet and Kim Kardashian wet the only two that didn't go our Courtney and Chloe if I'm Kim or Kylie or KENDALL or heck even Chris. Well, first of all what I don't understand is why do understand. I'm like, why don't they take her as a plus one? Well, there could be many reasons I even plus one needs to get approved. So you can't just take anybody. They need to be approved. And Secondly, she would probably not want to go as a plus one because she'd have to eat humble crow because she'd need to be somebody's plus one, and I'm sure she wants to get her own invite. So the sisters clearly have no issue going even though they're sisters. Not welcome. And I think the reason for that is as simple as if I'm Kim. I would tell khloe listen, you're not invited. Now. But that doesn't mean that in two or three years time, you can't be, you know, Kim Kardashian herself was not invited for the longest time. Not welcome not allowed to go. And now she's not only going now, she's on the cover of vogue magazine as well. So I guess that's the thought if I'm Kim. It's like you can do it too baby. Anything can happen. Whether it's true. Let me tell you something if all of a sudden, right? I guarantee you if all of a sudden khloe Kardashian starts dating Drake. And that only starts dating Drake then has a baby with drink or sex tape or no tests, baby. Let's go baby. I would go sex tape. I don't think that'll do it. I don't think that's enough. You don't think that'd be enough for her L not to go to the mat gala maybe to get talked about but not to go to the momentum Allah. That's where Kim Kardashian started it from. Yes. But then it took many years. It took a long time took a lot of rappers and basketball players to get. I bet if clothe let's take each to BangsaMoro rappers. Not a strike like you said that not just anybody. It has to be great right clubbing needs to sink her claws into any can't be just dating. She needs to have his babe. So do you think there's animosity in the house because of this do you think chloe's a little butthurt that she's not going and she's a little upset that her sisters? Go anyhow, or do you think she just gets into business, and she's not the hot thing and just thankful that three of the other sisters actually are the hot thing..

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"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"Once we should remind people her name. We're we're talking about constants. Yeah. We talked about her years ago. I love her. I thought she did a tremendous job. And I just watched that crazy rich Asians on a flight back from Kabo. And it's fantastic. I mean, I loved that movie. And she made it she stole it. She's a great actor. But as I've always said actors are crazy people. Most of them are nuts, and she's a little nuts too. She doesn't understand what she's doing in the moment. I agree with you. I think she'll regret it someday. When the role stop coming in because I tell you what if I was thinking about hiring her today, and it was between somebody else and her, and it was really really close. And after watching what she just spent on a great show, a hit show for no reason, and how ungrateful she is. I wouldn't hire her. I would go with someone else. I think this is the beginning of the end for her when you start doing things like that. You start thinking you're bigger than the vehicles that propelled you into your fame. That's when you've got trouble on your hands. And she's got trouble on Hanley because he could've thought all of this privately. She could've just thought and try to get out of her contract that she took it public to. What bothers me is. I know nothing about her literally nothing about her except for that. I really love her on that show. And I caught her at one movie where I thought she was phenomenal. That's what I know of Constance Wu now, I know this. And now what I thought of her is kind of knocked down a couple of levels. And she was already really up there for me. And I just don't get her thinking there. She just wasn't thinking. I mean, I think he clearly was thinking because it wasn't just one tweet. It was she did it multiple tweets and directly replying to people add on Instagram. It wasn't just one media. But you know, what I always say, they're crazy. That'd be actors are crazy people. They don't they don't think straight. Once you get a taste of it. You. Start getting a God complex. And you think that you're better than you are bigger than the show that you're on it does things to you. And I get it. But she needs to get it to she needs to get very quickly and really put a great apology out there. Now, a good one. We'll see try to. I don't think that was sounds like she's skirted up pleasant. Honestly, honestly, honestly, there are things everyone can do to help protect their sexual health talk to a healthcare provider and find out about HIV prevention options because honestly, our health is worth protecting find out more at get honest about HIV dot com, unless.

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"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"Are a sitcom actor it's not a season by season renewal. It's rare that you do once he's at a time. If I was one of her colleagues, not just one of the actors, but what if her colleagues a writer on the show or a grip alighting person a makeup person, the one thing she said. Repeatedly the one word. She must've used it four times in her statement. She said it was pleasant that everybody was pleasant to work with and that it was easy. If I'm a fellow actor and that bits called me pleasant. I would lose my mind. So if I was describing working with you, I would say it's a pleasant. I would fuck fuck it. I would I would not want to speak to you. Hold on you to write that down. Say you know, they are perfect the utmost professionals they are to be around. They are like family three things that instantly came to the top of my mind, but to call these people repeatedly like I'm looking at it. Now, I was thinking at least three four I would lose. My don't fuck and call me pleasant. My thoughts on this whole thing is fire the bitch fire, if she does not want to be on this show and straight up recast her have somebody played that role and make another actor's dream come true, don't quote force her to work against her will. And also, by the way, some people were criticizing me saying that I should not call a a woman and be a woman of color and ingrate to those people say she's a fucking in. Great. Okay. She's not just an ingrate. She's a miserable ingrate. She's a disrespectful in great. And I could say this with authority because I am an actor as well. I went to acting school actively audition. I wanna be acting, and let me tell you something I made a video about this last year on my personal YouTube channel upper as Hilton where I and all right. So maybe I'm heated, but. I think I'll give her this one free path. I think she's just so lucky right now. She's in it. She's in the hot moment of her career. And sometimes it can be hard to be objective. Although why I did what I did. It was different reason. So this does bring a parallel to me, you know, many years ago. I was blessed enough to be on TV consistently. I was hosting the bad Girls Club reunion specials, and a lot of people think I was fired from that job. I was not fired from that job. I was hosting that around the time that I decided, you know, what I don't want to give people nasty nicknames anymore. I don't wanna doodo penises on photos or coke Boogers. I want to grow up. I wanna be more positive. I can still be sassy and fun. But I don't have to do things how I was doing it. And at the time, I didn't feel comfortable continuing on in my role hosting those reunion specials. 'cause I thought it was really violent, and I didn't want to be a part of that anymore. Now, I regret it. It's one of the biggest regrets of my career real down in the in the moment. I felt fine about my decision. And I thought that it was all the right reasons why I was quitting. But now like you idiot, if you wanna be doing more TV, you have to be doing more TV, and you may think that you know, it's too violent or whatever. But people are watching it and people are enjoying it be thankful for the paycheck. So for me, it's one of my biggest regrets and she's in that hot streak of her career. So she's not objective. I think ultimately if she does get fired from this, which I think she showed she will end up regretting it in the future. This is the beginning of the end of her career. I watch fresh off the boat years ago. I told you about the show on this show. She's the star of the show in my mind. I told you how hot I thought she was. And she was the reason that I want. I only met once we should remind people her name. We're we're talking about constants. Yeah. We talked about her years ago. I love her. I thought she did a tremendous job..

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"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"That's eight six six the number four D herbs. All right Constance. Woo whom last year. I would say had a bit of upgrade from just being a successful. The actress to also being a successful film. Actress she starred in Craig. Easy, rich, Asians, which was that big worldwide hit well over the weekend. She was trending because after it was announced that fresh off the boat her sitcom on ABC got renewed for another season. She lost it and in a series of tweets and on Instagram across multiple platforms complained. She said, this sucks and would somebody said what you're talking about the renewal the show. This is great. She said, no it isn't. And she even wet so far as to on Instagram the show shared that. It was renewed the exciting news and she commented on that post from the show on Instagram a negative statement about the renewal alternately she dated a why? I apologize. But attempted to explain herself. And what she did was she explained that. Because the show got renewed she wouldn't be able to do another acting role another opportunity that she was really excited about and let let me tell you something. Well, first of all, she's an actress on his successful sitcom, this is my dream as an actor. It should be anyone's three mismatch actor to be honest successful smell, they pay forever. That is my dream and they are under contract. Okay. You signed multi-year deals when you.

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"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"So just sending her all the best sending also good vibes to the entire Braxton family, the niece of Toni Braxton and her sisters this. Twenty four year olds named Lauren. Braxton passed away of heart issues. Nothing Il, no shadiness, no drugs or murder or anything really truly like that and taymor Braxton Toni Braxton sister, she's also a singer. And she's a reality TV star tame are publicly said, and it may have happened already. The niece was having her burial her funeral. And tame our said that she did not want to go. She didn't have time for it. She claimed that nobody in her family had ever died before she's in her forties. And she says this is the first death in her family, and she did not want to go to the funeral for a variety of reasons. And a lot of people came down really hard on her saying, she's selfish and calling her awful names, the person's dead. It's not like the person's going to give a damn if you're there or not, well, I could understand I don't agree with them calling her selfish. But I do understand. And why some people feel that in some people said that because it's not about the person who died it's about all of the family. That's behind. It's about the niece's. Parents. It's about all the other family. That's grieving and some people find it healing to be comforted by loved ones, and to be around others that you know, and care about that are going through the same thing. I think everybody grieves differently, and if she doesn't want to attend if this will make if it'll if it will be traumatic for her. Why should she be forced to go? If it would not be healthy for her mental health. Why why why do they care if she's there or not, you know, there's a large family? There's a ton of Braxton's. I think it's absolutely stupid for to comment on how someone chooses to mourn. I think the person is quite capable of deciding how they want to mourn if they want to go to a funeral go to the funeral. If you don't think you can take it don't go to the funeral. It's none of our business. So people should pipe down. As my opinion. Well, there's tons more drama to get to. But at least in your is. This person is a real celebrity Constance Wu from fresh off the boat. I love that show too. She was trending over the weekend. And I'll explain why. And we'll get into the story coming up in just a minute. But as I mentioned at the start of today's podcast, I'm focused on losing weight for the summer. And I think a lot of people are and let me tell you something. My friends you could have up to twenty five pounds of toxic junk from fried and processed foods and pollutants. You're taking in that you shouldn't our friends at deer ABS dot com are making it easier than ever to look better feel better..

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04:03 min | 3 years ago

"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"So I just said I'd rather stay home. I went to Disney on Saturday. So I got up early Saturday morning. And did that that was some fun, and oh that is fun. Yeah. That was good. But the park is packed are getting ready for Star Wars. There are two weeks away from the launch of that. Did you do that thing that I told you I told you to get the Disney max pass we looked it up because you get the app. Right. You get the app, but the max pass even with the max pass. We were there at noon all of the fast passes did not take effect to eight PM. That's how busy the park was it's because Star Wars is launching next week. And I think a lot of the passes like mine expired this weekend. You have to be gone like a reserved list to get into the park for the summer that help pack. They are because of this. But it was crazy. It was just a zoo out there there were too many people, and you know, I hate to many people, but we're there for a few hours did a few rides had some food. It was fun last night watch game of thrones. All right. Well, we'll get to game of thrones later, I have scheduled because I have this gin gang to me Jekyll and Hyde because I'm a bit like Madonna, but I'm more of a people pleaser I still like to do what makes me happy. So I'm going to talk about whatever I want to talk about even if it's something that might make people uncomfortable. Happy I need to start off by just expressing that. I was so sad. Get again to see another school shooting here in Colorado, and the image of these young young kids, not even high school students, like even younger running out of the school. Just broke me that did not happen when I was growing up or you this whole school shooting thing got me thinking of another story that I read recently. A man was wasted at this bar in Texas. He got so drunk he left. He went to another bar came back to that first bar and the bartender kept serving him, and then he left and he killed eight people after leaving the bar. And now the bartender who served him five drinks was arrested. Do you think that stupid you? Okay. Let's do you think that bartenders should have been arrested when I gotta keep tabs on every single person. There's probably five or six bartenders of the bar. I gotta sit there and monitor how drunk everyone is. I have no idea how everyone is not a clue before. Okay. You're to give me your answer. But I did not know this. Maybe I did know it, but it is a law that you're not allowed to legally serve somebody that you know, is to is overly drunk a good law and the bartender knew that because she even while that guy was there texted a colleague telling him she thinks that he's too drunk and. He was talking weird stuff. And well, there's a different story. I mean, if you knowingly engaged with someone saying that this person's had too much to drink, and you give them more drinks. Well, you should be liable. I think all right, but I'm not saying every bartender has to be liable for every person that drinks at a bar. I mean, jeez. Every time somebody gets a DUI. What are we going to blame the bartenders? You gotta be able to monitor yourself a little. But I think this story is a good reminder though, for bartenders that you really shouldn't serve people that are shit faced drunk. Okay. Yeah. That is a good law. I'm glad it exists. Okay. Anyways. I I'm not Madonna. So I'm not going to talk about the abortion law in Georgia. I will keep my thoughts to myself. Okay. But I do want to talk about social media and mention that I made a video on my YouTube channel about all of the beauty vlogger drama because normally I would probably start here. But you're probably clueless. You have you have no idea who James Charles is. Right. Not a clue exactly. So I feel like having a conversation with Booker about beauty. You're using good judgment. I love you drop. Gate or whatever it's being called. We all come here for drama. We all come here for the celebrities..

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"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"pleasants" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"Raise the Perez Hilton the HP. Hey, guys. Welcome to the PHP on Booker. He's peres. What's doing? I have so much to get to today, and I had a wonderful and exhausting weekend. And we as well, I went to this fashion Nova party last week, which was spun I went with the intention of seeing Cardi B perform, but I got there at eight thirty the party started eight, and I was advised to get there early because it was gonna be a shit show. And it was when I got there at eight thirty and I asked somebody what time Cardi was supposed to perform at. They said eleven I'm like, oh, please. That means not going on till midnight at one. I stayed for about an hour went by myself. So I didn't have to feel like I needed to entertain somebody and then left, but that was fun to go. And it's fun to take your photo. And be silly. I even worse than lipstick and made me happy. And then this weekend threw me as birthday party, and that was fun, especially because it was not at my house. Nice gut. No, clean up. Yup. I'm not a fan of that. And then Sunday. Oh my God. It's going to be a mess this coming weekend. But next year, you may have gone have you ever been to the renaissance fair? I have not not here. Oh my gosh. I went for the first time ever on Sunday with my family at I loved it. I would have probably loved it even more. If I was having a cheat day, but I took my food with me, and I was focused on grinding. 'cause I'm getting my bikini body ready as I mentioned the start of the show. But the thing that's the most. If I was going to cheat day, it was calling my name. There was this stand that was selling chocolate dipped strawberries, wrapped in bacon, you're gone. It. Sounds disgusting. It sounds amazing to me. Well, of course, the bacon needs to be crispy and made just perfect. It's not and it's disgusting. But if it's really good bacon. Could just write that. Oh my God. I need to have that sometime, but the kids loved it because I thought, you know, I didn't know what to expect. It never been before. I thought it was Maine. Only for adults if they had a lot of rides my kids went wild on this thing where the got inside of a ball. And then they put him on water. And they went running in the water. You love it because there's beer and wine everywhere to in the big piece of Turkey the big Turkey stick. How have you been doing anything fun anything exciting? I'll let me see Friday bailed on our on it. I was gonna ask you. I you know, what? I'd seen enough Instagram video. And I realized that I'd pretty much seen the show between watching the billboard awards, the Coachella performance and everything on Instagram from two shows of Arianna here in LA already. I felt that I'd been.

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