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9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial
"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused
Inside Look at World’s First 3D-Printed Rocket
"Now to our series the new space race in our exclusive inside. Look at something that could revolutionize space travel. It's the world's first three d. printed rocket. Here's jacob board. It wants took thousands of american engineers more than a decade to get something into space. Now this company says it's huge three d. printers can make a rocket in two months. Maybe less we have a fourth generation printer if you haven't talked about publicly yet but it's ten times faster printing than this so instead of building a rocket few slides in sixty days. It'll take six days. Not only can the company make the big parts of a rocket like a nosecone but they can also make all the intricate components of the engines to one zero. The first launch plan for twenty twenty. Two relativity rockets is like a lower budget competitor to spacex carrying satellites for nasa the department of defense and a half dozen private companies at about a quarter of competing launch prices. But with one point three billion in funding it doesn't exactly feel low budget clients. I'm assuming are going to pay you enough to somehow make this all work more than enough to justify it. We make twelve million dollars launch from the customers. We signed up. We've signed up more launches than any other company in history before flying. Ellis doesn't just want to make deliveries into orbit though. I want to put a million people in mars. How far out into space do you think a commercial space industry can take it. It's really about the time line. And i think i liked it very much to back when we found founded the new world with christopher columbus. Yes certainly it'll be government. I dislike the new world was and then it'll transform into commercial. Ancient ambitions built on new
Raiders Rule Josh Jacobs out for Sunday's Game vs. Steelers
"All right. Big news involving the raiders. Jon gruden announced running back. Josh jacobs out for the game against dealers. Not that big of a shock okay. He's got a toe injury. It could linger. You need to make sure this is okay and take care of it kenyan. Drake was signed for this reason. And i mean drake is going to have to go up against this incredibly tough defense. I wonder is the number going to jump. maybe not. it's six and a half already. It's still six and a half and now now it's it's jus to the steelers now it's one fourteen at fan duel. It's six and a half miles one. Fourteen six and a half plus one. Oh six on the
QB Debate Continues as No. 13 Florida Routs USF 42-20
"Thirteenth ranked Florida use outstanding play from two quarterbacks to defeat South Florida forty two to twenty starter Emory Jones ran for one score and threw a touchdown pass to Xavier Henderson for another Gator backup quarterback Anthony Richardson threw two touchdown passes to Jacob Copeland and scampered eighty yards for another score Jones was happy that both excelled we just go with the flow every week and every job go slow and the my columns and write my lover and you gotta be ready to go out there and L. savings opportunity south Florida's jaren Mangham provided the brightest moments for bulls fans on touchdown runs of one and three yards I'm Tom Aikens
Biden Visits All Three Attack Sites on 20th Anniversary of 9/11
"Been a day of remembrance as the nation and the world mark the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks in their wake nearly three thousand dead on that day many more related illnesses and deaths in the months and years that followed at adjust ended twenty year war with all its associated national divisions and challenges. Npr's amy held reports for the twentieth year families remembered loved ones lost alongside countless moments in your city. My brother tj hargrave who. We continue to miss an love every day. The world is the lesser place without him in shanksville pennsylvania. My cousin debbie jacobs welsh and at the pentagon defense secretary lloyd austin guardians of our ideals as well as our security because we cannot have one without the other president biden visiting all three sites of the attacks. That's burke. The warriors recently seem to an end in afghanistan where the taliban who gave shelter to the terrorists rule. Again amy held. Npr news president biden and president harris concluded their day with a wreath links ceremony at the pentagon where one hundred eighty four people were killed. Many more injured twenty years ago. The president also visited new york city and shanksville today to honor the nine eleven victims. He told reporters at the memorial for victims of flight. Ninety three moreover ruin. they're also incredibly difficult. People were affected is a breeze back. You got the phone. Call the president plans to spend the rest of the weekend in wilmington
America Marks the 20th Anniversary of 9/11
"Us is marking the twentieth anniversary of the september eleven terror attacks that left nearly three thousand people dead sparked a just ended twenty year war and change the nation npr's. Amy held reports for the twentieth year. Families remembered loved ones lost alongside moments in your city. My brother tj hargrave who. We continue to miss an love every day. The world is the lesser place without him in shanksville pennsylvania. My cousin debbie jacobs welsh and at the pentagon defense secretary lloyd austin guardians of our ideals as well as our security because we cannot have one without the other president biden visiting all three sites of the attacks. That's burke. The warriors recently seen to an end in afghanistan where the taliban who gave shelter to the terrorists rule. Again
Joc Pederson Gets Key Hit As Braves Beat Nationals in 10
"The brace pulled out a seven six win over the nationals on jock Peterson's walk off single in the bottom of the tenth have been suing the bag great just get a good pitch that I could put a swing swing on and put the barrel on it and it was a came out successful in that that's huge Stephen Vogt hit two solo homers for Atlanta which took two of three in the series Freddie Freeman Adam duvall and Jorge Soler also went deep as the Braves extended their division lead to three and a half games over the Phillies with the Mets five games back in the NL east Washington led five four after Luis Garcia's eighth inning Homer then tied at six six one lane Thomas tripled and scored in the ninth Jacob Webb retired the side in order in the tenth to earn the win I'm Dave Ferrie
Learn the History of Jacobson v. Massachusetts
"Case in the case, known as Jacobson vs Massachusetts. Jacobson. His lawyers argued that the Cambridge vaccination order was a violation of the 14th amendment rights. Which forbade the state from depriving any person of life, liberty or property without due process of law. Question then was whether the right to refuse vaccination was among those protected. Of the personal liberties, the Supreme Court rejected Jacobs argument and doubt the anti vaccination movement is stinging loss. Writing for the majority Justice John Marshall Harlan acknowledge the fundamental importance of personal freedom. But also recognize that rights of the individual in respect of his liberty may at times under the pressure of great dangers. Be subjected to such restraint to be enforced by reasonable regulation, says the safety of the general public main demand. This decision established what became known as the reasonableness test. The government had the authority to pass laws that restricted individual liberty if those restrictions, including the punishment for violating them were found by the court to be reasonable means for achieving a public good. Bottom line. There had to be some kind of real and substantial connection between the law itself and legitimate purposes. The Jacobson decision provided a powerful controversial president. To the extent of government authority in the early 20th century. In 1922, the Supreme Court heard another vaccination case, this time concerning a Texas student named Rosalind sucked, who was barred from attending public school because her parents refused to have her vaccinating. Zach's lawyers argue the school district ordinance requiring proof of vaccination denied her equal protection of laws. Under the 14th amendment. The court disagreed. Justice BRANDEIS wrote in the unanimous decision long before the suit was instituted, and they cite Jacobson vs
Why America Needs to Make Masculinity Great Again
"We have this generation of young men that are lost and our society has become so hyper feminized so designed around the preference of women and boss babe and women in leadership. We shouldn't be surprised that our society feel so incredibly chaotic. The masculine and the feminine both need each other but also the feminine. They have certain urges and they have certain desires that the corporate world is not going to be able to satisfy. I read the store. i'm trying to find. I don't know if it was political or not. But it was one of the new congresswomen who just got elected and she says. I just got elected to congress. I'm freezing my eggs. Because i could do that later. What an awful example. The sunday young women. Honestly it's terrible. I'm freezing my eggs. Yeah rear matters more than having children really. You sound enjoyable. Sarah jacobs sarah jacobs she. I saw that and the real question is do they identify as men and women like what. How do we actually even know what identifies as what and we are seeing this generation of lost men because at every single every time they turn the corner they are emasculated and they are told that they must feel ashamed for things they cannot change. And i don't know if you've seen some of these men. And i put that in quotes at some of these colleges. I mean to say that they are feminine looking would be an understatement muscle mass as disappearing and by the way. This is not some sort of like eerie connor. Get the story of how testosterone rates are down to saas thrown rates and men are down like sixty percent in the western world. Six the west is that right. Is that right. Yup only the west which is interesting andrew. Can you can you can you mentioned some of the stats and the story. I don't. I don't subscribe to the wall street. Journal says from one thousand nine hundred ninety two thousand sixteen to stop levels have declined an adolescent and young adult according to results presented at the twenty twenty american urological association virtual
Blue Jays Riding High Entering Big Series in New York
"Hello welcome test episode. One hundred fifty one of section one thirty eight. I'm your host mark collie as always joined by my co host pricing and jacob and we couldn't be talking about better series for the toronto blue jays. Sweep the oakland athletics. How are you guys. Great to be here. What a weekend. Pretty much topped off by amazing. An amazing comeback. Twice on friday and saturday and sunday just pretty much complete games from the jays great performances from both starting pitching the offense back. I mean i guess we were right. It took caceres against the orioles to get the bats going a good home featuring a couple comebacks once again and as predicted the j. Sweep the as and somehow or you know somewhat back in it in the wild card race so here we go. Yeah person you were right all along driven i they would take two of three and even i thought that was overly optimistic. I wasn't too certain that that would happen. But bluejays sweep. It's kind of insane that we're at this point in the season and they have some tiny shred of hope that people are hanging onto and got to be honest. I'm kind of getting back into it. The how are you jacob. I am beyond shocked about what the heck happened this weekend. I'll take it. i mean this was. It's definitely making things a little more interesting and now this new york series is very very interesting. I think it's three games. Bluejays are three games back. The yankees are excuse. Me four games but still you could be within bar you could take the yankees or overtake them. If you win but one thing i will say. Give a quick shout out. I am three. And since i've been allowed to watch the games at work so for those of you. Who are betting on games. I will be watching every time. I show up so little thing there but yeah anyways overall very very good series offense. I mean you look at these games. I think there was maybe fifty runs between the two teams in the three games. It's ridiculous and you know what it's making september a whole lot more interesting for this
Arizona Man Who Wore Horns in Riot Pleads Guilty to Felony
"One of the more visible participants in the January six mob that stormed the U. S. capitol has pleaded guilty to a felony you may remember Jacob chancellor he was the much photographed shirtless man wearing face paint and a furry hats with horns he was among the first riders to stream into the capital growing up the crowd with a bull horn the Arizona man calls himself a Q. anon Shaiman though his attorney says he since repudiated the movement he was seen in the Senate chamber with a flag pole topped with a spear profanely referring to then vice president Mike pence as a traitor he was arrested nearly eight months ago and has been jailed ever since he entered his guilty plea after being found by a judge to be mentally competent prosecutors say sentencing guidelines suggest forty one to fifty one months in prison changelly is among roughly six hundred charged in the riot fifty others have pleaded guilty mostly to misdemeanors only one to a felony I'm Ben Thomas
Colts' Carson Wentz, Ryan Kelly, Zach Pascal Placed on Reserve/COVID-19 List
"Carson Wentz, wide receiver Zach Pasco and Senator Ryan Kelly have all been placed on the Covid list and will miss the next five days of practice after being deemed close contacts of someone who has covid 19, meaning all three players are unvaccinated Wentz just returned to the practice field after missing close to a month. With a foot injury, meaning Jacob season will get first team reps this week under center for Indianapolis.
Food for the Poor Is Feeding Starving Families
"It's time right now to do a little bit of god stuff we. I have been show blessed by an audience that has donated over one hundred and thirty two thousand dollars to our food for the poor campaign to help children and families devastated by the seven point two magnitude earthquake in haiti over the weekend. We're closing in on one hundred and forty thousand dollars in donations. We always end strong with these campaigns. You did it again. This show is the standard bear. This show is at the top of the heap and collectively. My colleagues and i have raised well over four hundred thousand dollars so that we can rush food and medicine and water. We got problems all over. You know we can't solve all the world's problems we can't solve all the country's problems but when you have a path to help somebody. I hope you take it. I want you to hear from paul jacobs. Paul jacobs from food for the poor. Who assures us that the money that is being donated by this audience is being rushed to haiti through the contacts. They've made over there with their thirty five years. Working on the island have more than a dozen food centers run by community leaders across the country. That are helping the poor. Get into a far-reaching areas so they win you give right now. Clint that help eighty banner. Your guest is going into the hands. In resourcing pastors in local ministries community partners. That have been vetted for thirty five years. That are going to do the best work and have the most impact.
Indianapolis Colts' T.Y. Hilton to Miss Start of Season
"T Y. Hilton expected to miss the start of the regular season after re aggravating a neck injury. At practice last week earlier on ESPN radio are Courtney Cronin in Shape Peppler. The Colts need to let go stage their locker room like they need to take a page out of the Baltimore Orioles and what they did there in breaking a 19 game losing streak because it just feels like injury after injury for them Now, next on the list is T Y Hilton, who's got a back problem. They don't know the diagnosis with That, But I know Courtney, you've got some more insight as to what the deal is with T Y Hilton in Indianapolis. Yeah, Apparently he was injured in practice on Wednesday. This didn't come from the preseason game that they just played on Friday. That happened early, and then he came back out and he was able to finish practice. But now we find out Shea that he has a back and a neck injury and he's out indefinitely and that comes on the heels. And, like 24 hours, they find out that and then Sam Ehlinger, the backup quarterback as a knee injuries out for 4 to 6 weeks. I think that this Indianapolis team for all the steps forward that they were able to take in the last few weeks, getting Carson Wentz back at practice, the good at least, you know, positive news that they got with Quentin Nelson, who had the same foot injury that Carson once has. That it's not going to be the end of his season, either, And then they're dealt this blow the big one here, though, as I look at all of these injuries and trying to figure out which is the worst one is probably Ehlinger because you don't know when Carson once is really going to be ready to play. Is it going to be weak? One? They haven't put that timetable on him. Yet. That is still two weeks away. Your backup quarterback right now is Jacob Eason like it was supposed to be Ehlinger. But now he's out 4 to 6 weeks. That's something that I don't think is a should give them any confidence. That's a Big below Hilton, Like many
Thomas Jacobs Discusses His Experience on 'The Bachelorette' and 'Paradise'
"Well let's get right into it so thomas right now. We're watching paradise i al. How was your experience on paradise first experience on the bachelor magnate. You can't even compare that. Two and i know a lot of people just watching that first episode. They're like wow. It seems pretty similar. As far as what i was walking into however just the energy just the overall atmosphere and just people's outlook towards really being there to find love and really being able to grow as themselves and as a collective community that wasn't energy that i wouldn't trade the world on which one. Which were you discussing. Paradise prepared is and with. That said i mean you can't have one. Without the other is a reciprocating forest with everything that i went through on the bachelorette and everything that happened. In mexico in those relations relationships i had with the guys and also being able to dive deeper and the relationship with myself all that lead into paradise and all that lead into a place where i am so thankful and so grateful to be able to have been a part of it all and thomas like what are you tribute because i mean. We recently saw you walk onto the beach. All these guys are talking trash just like they were on the bachelorette season like what in your own words. What you tribute that to are the justices are they. Are they just haters. what they're haters. I mean if you're going to have people like login. Valvano worked up to some sort of emotion. Something had to trigger that. It did something just law physics optics knocking on emotional about force leading into it. I feel like although i do have responsibility. And get those wheels ternan with anything that gains momentum it can take a life of its own and i think what. Everyone's historically is the situation that i'm all did. Normally they wouldn't really be biggest situation. It's but with some different emotions that her different underlying factors. It definitely escalated.
Conservative hoaxers face $5.1M fine for election robocalls
"Two conservative hoaxers are facing a record fine for allegedly making illegal robo calls connected to the twenty twenty election the proposed fine from the Federal Communications Commission for Jacob wall Jack Burkman and Berkman's lobbying firm is more than five million dollars they already face criminal charges in several states of organizing eighty five thousand robo calls that falsely warned people in predominately black areas information gleaned from mail in ballots could lead to their arrest debt collection and forced back the nation this could be the largest fine for violating the telephone consumer protection act Berkman calls the proposed find sad both men say the Biden ministration is looking to distract from the U. S. pull out of Afghanistan and other woes Michigan's Attorney General says the massive fine reflects the seriousness of the allegations I met Donahue
Conservative Hoaxers Face $5.1M Fine for Election Robocalls
"A pair of conservative hoaxers for their alleged illegal robocalls to people ahead of the 2020 election. Jacob Wall and Jack Burkman are looking at the largest ever find under the telephone Consumer Protection Act for tens of thousands of robocalls made two people predominantly in black neighborhoods in Ohio. And other states. And two congressmen who made a secret trip to
"r. jacob" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Of silly i have. I have friends that. I like seeing my friends but i like a person who has to kind of talk myself into going to a party. I'm and not. Just try and leave instantly when i get there so like someone might wanna talk to you. I've maybe am. I know that they won't wanna talk to so. I have to allow for the possibility that someone may want to talk to me really had to work at a leaving party. Almost instantaneous but i you know. I'm i'm really grateful that i was able to do these voice jobs from home. Yeah your voice. Acting is fun. Well we we were. Were on something together for a minute. I got fired for you. Got fires which i thought. I didn't understand that but at any i'd you know i don't want to insult the person that got the job after but i didn't but whatever i you know a lot of decisions are made and i don't understand your voice. Acting voice acting is fun. That's so fun. One of the things that i can't like the two things i do that i can't believe are cartoon voices and game show host. I've gotten paid to do both of those things and never let just seems like a like a like a racket like i'm tricking. Someone you know. I love doing voices for animated shows so much and someone asked me recently. Why and i was like. I don't know why. I just love it fun And so yeah the you know. I'm very lucky with like invincible. And these other jobs. I hope i keep getting to do more and more of it. 'cause i i really love it. Yeah well what do you i mean what. What's your dream. You know arc from here going on well you know. I directed a short film which was scripted. but i think i'd like to directive film a scripted film And acting wise. I think it's been fun to do. A bunch of different genres in the last couple of years things that seemed to surprise people like being in these fear street horror movies. You know people have really associated me with comedy And it wasn't what. I started out doing so any time. I get to do something that feels like different unexpected as an actor. I think i'm enjoying that And but then again. I love comedy so it's like who would want to not do comedy career opportunity so i think it's kinda worked out well for me that i i've gotten to do so. Many different types of things between writing directing things acting in different sorts of things so if i can sustain that it feels like i've always sort of being challenged in some way that's good and what about outside of work i mean. Is there anything you know house by the beach. Learn a hot air balloon. Something like that. You know i actually. We did an episode of my podcasts. With this woman named margaret worth. I'm she and her twin sister. This place called the institute for figuring which is based here in l. a. And they're the project they're most known for is the hyperbolic crocheted coral reef and so there. There's these hyperbolic shapes in geometry that this woman whose name i now can't remember realize that you could best demonstrate visualized by crocheting them Even better than like computer imagery and so it started this whole thing of crocheting. Hyperbolic geometric shapes. And then someone realized. Oh you know these. Also kind of resemble coral reef creatures and so margaret and her twin sister created this project where they were crocheting coral reefs and then people around the world also started crocheting..
"r. jacob" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Really good as it is. Yeah and the cast was so talented to that. Was like an amazing thing to discover as we shot the pilot and the first season just how funny everybody was and so we all loved the show of like. Why is it anyway. What's really good So we all. We would like on thursday night eight pm. We'd still be there shooting because of our hours and they would have to pry us out of our trailers. because we'd be trying to watch the show live on tv airing so no i think we all we all loved the show. Yeah and when it when it goes away are ye. i mean. are you committed to being here and living here then or do you go back to new york or it know it was such a big deal to move here that i sort of felt. I'm here now But i like. I said i've had the ability to go back and still work in new york and do a play or shoot a movie or something so i don't feel like i haven't spent any time any york in the last ten years it's just for chunks of time but do are you. Do you like living here or would you prefer to be there. I like la. I i'm not. I don't feeling conflict about living in l. a. But then i also really enjoy it when i'm in new york so i don't know i haven't i haven't really had that like i gotta move back and maybe that's because like every year every two years i've gotten to work there and so i've i've felt like i've still been around. Yeah yeah i. I mean i'll get those opportunities to hopefully more now i mean but 'cause like when we're doing the conan showed there wasn't like a lot of time to be an outside gigs But yeah but i would definitely get like i did an episode of Jim gaffe again show and here for about a week..
"r. jacob" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"Check out when we were at largo finishing up the conan. Show planning until me that he thinks it may have been the last place joan rivers on stage. She was there for. I think maybe jen kirkman show. Somebody's show and she said they were hanging around backstage. She said she said this is the best part she said. This will always be the best part is the sitting and i. I can absolutely understand that because it is. It's just like like i. When i first got the conan show and i would And i was newly married to. In fact i wasn't even married when i got it. I was engaged and then we got married. But i would come home and i would just be spent like i couldn't even i would have nothing left for my you know my then. You know newlywed bride. Because i just. I'm with literally some of the funniest people on earth like. They're paid to be funny and they're all day being funny with them. And when when we went back to doing the show. And i got to go to largo and again it was like oh my god finally get to go be with these people and i it really does spoil you for you know just like regular funny people just to go where it's like you know like a family thing and it's like there's like these are pretty funny and you don't wanna be addict but sometimes it's like you're.
"r. jacob" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
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"r. jacob" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"You're listening to the three questions. And i am talking today to a just a wonderful Talented very funny actress and alive. I mean your your credits. Now are like producer director earthmover. I know time changer. But it's gillian jacobs. Hi how good. It's so good to see you good to see you. It's been a long time. Yeah and you're there. I you can't see it at out in podcasting rural but you are surrounded by where you have a packing blanket behind you. Cow showbiz people. Welcome to hollywood. And this you probably had the setup for all covert right. Oh yes i've spent. I don't want to calculate how many hours i have spent this tiny space in a closet or is in. Yeah yeah now ashes close or is it just an extra closet that has been given up to two interviews. You know it's to the point where when my mother came to visit. I told her she wasn't allowed to bring anything that needed to be hung because she couldn't get so there's clothing behind these packing blankets but it's pretty inaccessible. Well that's great well. Congratulations hit really adapted. You really adapted how has your covert then if you have. You have you done. I mean we're yes wrapped at home by yourself. I mean you know well. I actually have my own podcasts. That i've been doing from a home. So that's been a new thing in my life and it's called tech related right. Yeah yeah so. I you know why make it easy on myself. Show to co host a podcast. Where in which. I interview people who work in stem background or education in anything related to stem. And so i have to quickly try and cram some research before these interviews with these brilliant accomplished people. But it's also a fun thing. I get to learn a little about a lot of different areas in the world of stem. I mean why. How did that happen. Why did why did you were you tired of being on hold tech support and decided i'm gonna learn..
NFL Preseason: Indianapolis Colts' Jacob Eason Outshines Sam Ehlinger Win Over Carolina Panthers
"The final. Preseason game of this weekend was in indianapolis. The colts they beat the panthers twenty one to eighteen one more. Exciting games of the entire sleet we had. Pj walker formerly of the xfl re looked really good for the carolina. Panthers i mean really good. He was ten twenty. One hundred. Sixty one yards touched out a really explosive athlete. That was moving very fast. He can throw on. The run was ripping throws up the sidelines and again a great backup who could see a lot of time. Depending on what. Sam darnold does but good backup to have cuba hubbard. He'd a huge run after escaping from the pile. He can be a really nice complement to christian. Mccaffrey for carolina. If he does what he did at oklahoma state you tears marsal marshalls kind of show a little bit of what he can do. The y rec- route. Lsu who some thought. He would be a first round pick but he was second round. Pick he had three receptions for eighty yards Takeaway from this game as jacob and he looked pretty solid and the colts are going with jacob and sam etlinger two quarterbacks with a lot of experience but easing looks like the more superior quarterback he he was fifteen to twenty one hundred eighty three yards another again. Another guy with some really impressive throws a all lot of dimes this weekend but he had some really impressive throws down the field. Sam longer was ten fifteen fifty five yards. He interception but offers a little bit more of that mobility aspect to his game. So it'll be interesting to see how that battle plays out but reports coming out this week or that went his injury return. Does luke
"r. jacob" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"r. jacob" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Getting to the truth. In this art. I am your host rob lee and today's guest is noted content creator. Ricky jacobs. Walk them to the podcast. Thank you brother thank you. I'm happy to be humble idiot. Snot enough of it. So thank you. So yeah i see right now. You're you're in your like in some ways. I'll say this is in your creative space right now for some of the content or putting out there. I'm in my office. And i'm drinking i. I mean i'm envious. I like coffee. Or what have you. Because i was dragging and now i feel like i'm you turn the scotch and a little bit but so i came across you share slate in how instagram. We'll do that thing of you might know this person. You might not that person and just like following people. Don't say who's got good content here and i just started going through your page and i'm like okay. That's that's cool. Let's see what's what's more let me slide into the dmz hit this dude. Let me see what's good so see that you're doing good work. You're doing like really interesting stuff since like ovid's happening but if you will describe your word to the audience that may be uninitiated. Okay so i started really Taken more of initiative to Create more tap into you know just kind of finding my place you know in in an art room so you will I always been a creator But you know as you just kinda mentioned. Cove it since the breakout. I think that could a lotta people enough in space where we were. Just kinda more In tune with our like interior so to speak To the point where it's like we were digging and pulling from ourselves more than ever. And i'm only speaking from you know a creative point of view Now i'm sure other people who don't have hobbies that going crazy and just trying to figure out were they could do with their time but You know naturally As you know like we we. We have these things that we like to do. So i have a podcast Colleagues were friends with Like yourself The plan and a goal was to interview different. Creatives that Baltimore-based n baltimore natives as well bona raised and started at park has on a lot of people. Don't know i started a podcast in two thousand nineteen but the idea was different Benin was self explanatory. As far as it was it was initially initially was supposed to be a podcast with me and my friends and we were going to drink and just talk about whatever we wanted to talk about and You know shutout bravo shout in. I'm not throwing him under the bus but we shot the first episode at his crib. And i felt this nigga was to engage so like you know. Don't record enough. Oh good. Because i was drinking so sometimes don't i'm drinking. I'm not the productivity level is as far as like me being intuitive in the moment i know that the episode was shit. I went back home. Listen to it was a yo. We aren't talking about a damn thing i put on you know But the concept was a dope idea. You know what. I mean name the way i was branding it in all of that so i i just a lot of personal things was happening anyway so i took a break. Here comes two thousand twenty and this is actually before the pandemic I was talking about redoing rebranding podcasts and everything but i just didn't i didn't know where to record. You know what i mean. You know you you know the podcast and journalists will like you gotta space where you wanna record it and you know all those things. Intangible was that you know a makes a defend pockets. Yeah it could be one of those things where you know said it'd before we got started doing it. As long as i have over the years you just start accruing and you figure out what works for you so i have like. I am in my opinion. Have maybe three four different setups. I have low tier mobile. I have the home studio. I have a more of a combination between the two. I had had a birthday last week. My girl got beat has really don't mixer and and and it's like the mixer that you can take phone calls and everything and his mobile and i'm like oh this is this is crazy. This is a whole new world and then having that that background not to go away from the point. You're getting that background in it. You can flex but you're right when cove it hit the space dollars recording this particular podcast and it was a comedy club and things closed so because you know you wanna meet people you to be face to face and you get a different reaction when you face to face with somebody you know certain things translate a little different zoom is has gotten better over the time but at the very beginning it was as you probably paying for the premium to right. Because you've got a nice background. Oh i'll put that in a green screen. See a big. This is what i guess she do. Yeah no absolutely and but i was tweeting You know i wanted. I wanna i wanna reback this the pocket so Shutout to my guy. 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"r. jacob" Discussed on True Consequences
"And making people feel comfortable around him. Shortly after things started happening to jacob it was stuff weird stuff what happened like sunflower seed shells in his bed his crib. You know he was getting hurt all of a sudden for unexplainable reasons that wasn't he was terrified. Fight he was scared was holding on. You wouldn't wanna let me go. And i didn't understand why at all it was nightmare. You know.
"r. jacob" Discussed on True Consequences
"Thank you much. and. I hope that you are inspired to sign the petition to share and to reach out to the district attorney and ask them to reopen jacob's case. All of this is going to help. Put the pressure on the that is needed to get him to act so once again. I am so grateful for you. Thank you for listening to jacob story and thank you for fighting for justice until next time stay safe. Why don't we start with you telling me about jacob which you remember i just remember. He was funny. He liked to laugh. Pull jordan michael silverware flail and the is silly boy is really smart. Being baby is so smart like ridiculous little late that lived in the apartment. Billy enough your member but we take a walk every day and we would pray for god to help defeat us. Take a walk around. There was food on the door. Every type she would. Plus you plus. We got everything everything you want x. All the way down to the beef. He's everything we needed. Wasn't that fake and got put her. There are angel really aired or. She came out of nowhere. There was one lady put food on our door weasel this way until my life basically because tell me lies they were lies. He would tell me stuff to make me question. You're in like he's calling behind your back. And isn't that. I look the phone bill and sure enough on there but i didn't know he was using it to try to get me away from him. He was a pro at making itself. Look good.
"r. jacob" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Although the veracity of her story was challenged for decades are storyteller of the day is now recognized as the true author of her work. We're talking about harriet jacobs. Harriet jacobs was born in eighteen. Thirteen endan north carolina to delilah and daniel jacobs. Both her mother and father were enslaved. Her grandmother had been emancipated by her former enslavers. When harry it was six her mother died and she was left in the care of her enslavers. Margaret horn blow margaret taught her to read and write an uncommon practice for the time but when harriet was twelve her fortune changed. Margaret passed away and instead of emancipating. Harriet bequeath. terry her three-year-old niece. mary matilda nor calm. Harriet subsequently moved into the nor com household. A family that did not share margaret's relatively more progressive views within three years. Though harry it was just a young teenager she had become the sexual fixation of mary's father. Dr james nor com. His sexual harassment was unrelenting and he refused to allow harry to marry. It was then. Harriet made a calculated decision. She decided to return the advances of another white man. A local lawyer by the name of samuel treadwell sawyer. She hoped that bearing the children of a different white man with spur her master into a rage her goal was to drive doctor nor com to sell her. Her plan did not succeed after bearing two of sawyers children dr nor com punished. Harriet by sending her to do backbreaking labor on his plantation while they're harriet. She fled to her grandmother's house and hit an crawlspace. Harriet remained in hiding at her grandmother's for seven years. During this time she revised her plan. Harriet wrote letters to dr nor com falsely claiming. She described to the north. This time around. She hoped dr nor comet sell her children to their father. Eventually this plan came to fruition and sawyer bought both of his children back from dr nor com soon after sawyer was elected to the house of representatives and moved with the children to washington. Dc desperate to reunite with her children. Harriet to fled north while searching for her children. Harriet found work. As a nurse. Made for the abolitionist. Nathaniel parker willis and his wife cordelia willis dr nor com continued to pursue harriet and. She was frequently forced to go into hiding often relocating between boston and new york eventually in one thousand fifty two the willis family was able to bhai harriet freedom during her time in the north. Harriet became involved with a feminist abolitionist group. It was there that she met. Amy post amy taken with harriet. Personal journey recommended that she read a book about her life. Harry agreed and decided to write her autobiography. Under the pen name brent. Her book called incidents in the life of a slave girl was published in eighteen. Sixty one with the rise of the american civil war. The book quickly faded from public discourse and remained relatively unknown for the rest of heriot's. Its lifetime harry. It was eventually reunited with her daughter. Louisa during the civil war. Harriet worked to aid former slaves who arrived as refugees in washington. Dc dedication to the recently emancipated community. Brought harriet back to the south in eighteen sixty five. Harriet and louisa settled in savannah georgia to continue relief efforts but due to persistent racial persecution forced to flee north once more this time harriet settled in cambridge massachusetts or she opened a boarding house. Not much is known about the final chapters of harry. It's life but we do know that she eventually returned to washington. Dc with her daughter. It was there that harriet died in eighteen. Ninety seven she was eighty four years old. It wasn't until the feminist movements of the nineteen sixties and seventies that incidents reappeared. Initially it sparked controversy. The books editor lydia. Marie child was a white woman. Common thought at the time was the autobiography was actually a novel written by child in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty seven historian. Jean fagin yellen corrected that narrative with her annotated edition of incidents yellen lays bare at the true identity of the author and the limited role child played in publishing the original manuscript at long last. Harry its name was attached to her work. Her role as auto biographer transformed. The significance of the taxed inherits writings. She describes her state of mind. She rejected the advances of dr nor calm in favor of sam sawyer. She explicitly discusses using her sexuality. As a tool to manipulate the white men who sought to further subjugate her harry it also acknowledges the judgement she received as a woman with two children born out of wedlock in her book. She argues that it is cruel to prescribe nineteenth century. Morality onto enslaved women as their fundamental rights had already been so profoundly violated incidents in the life of a slave girl remains one of the most important books of its kind. It is the only first hand account of the life of an enslaved woman at the time and gives unmatched insight into harry. It's perspective as she fought against forces of sexual and racial oppression in doing so. The autobiography occupies a unique space in both african american and feminist literature
"r. jacob" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Make no mistake this is the box sixteen show former CIA analyst yes nothing is is crazy these days as the calls to D. phoned the cops now you may be thinking but come on they can't really mean the fund the cops they can't really mean and that's just that's a shame I mean anybody know they were given the cops in the movies the purge was not supposed to be a projection it was not supposed to be a documentary of the future and anyone who has seen it's it's pretty good for what it is it's low budget but does progress pretty well and they made a whole bunch of spin offs of it but it's about a society where they allow all crime to be condensed into one twenty four hour period anything goes including murder I never has to stay locked in their homes and try to stay alive through the night and this is how they control crime so it's all all that violence is focused now it's a obviously dystopian concept but makes for pretty compelling viewing and what we see here are people telling you that you don't need cops here's what I was getting to this before but then I got into my comparison on the van Johnson's widow and A. R. Jacob Frey goes through the he's like an amount the from the nineteen fifties on the horse back in Quebec was speaking he doesn't sound like that at all I need to stop and I just want to do my French peer accent for some reason today but mayor Jacob Frey was a you know he's in the heart of all this stuff because he's trying so he's trying so hard to try and be on the good side of the protesters you know he's one of the guys one through he's an ally that's a true he's an ally well here's what happened when he was at a protest and he said look guys I mean come on D. phoned the police and we all know that's crazy right nope they do nothing so here's what they did when he said that he didn't think that was a good idea play clip three shame.
"r. jacob" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"They see it cannot continue this way. No serious person who's in their twenties thinks that there's going to be Medicare or social security for them. You're paying into a forced ponzi scheme. It's worse than a Ponzi scheme. Because you know there's a gun at your in your ribs so everybody should be willing to talk about this absolutely and and and the the point you're really making also is that people have becomes dependent on this. This is what the welfare state does. It's like narcotics that once you get on it it's like oh my gosh. I couldn't live without it. I think of all the people that will die lined the streets if we were to abolish these programs so the the concept is always well no. Let's reform it. Let's reform at it as you point. Asked me if you look at the national debt twenty three trillion dollars that does not include the unfunded liabilities. And so you've got a huge amount of money that young people are on the hook for. But everybody's got this mindset mindset of all my Gosh we're now we're on. This era was political heroin. We can't get off it. We'll nonsense you have to get off it if you're going to establish a healthy society. There's there's no other way in the best way to do it. It's likely hair was. I don't know if that's the best way on heroin. But the best way to do is like cigarette. Smoking go cold Turkey. They just repeal these programs and then you believe in freedom lot of seniors. Don't even need the money Dave. They're very wealthy people so they would do very well without social social security there are people who genuinely need help. Okay now. Children have a lot more money at their disposal. They're keeping all their tax money. Funding this program. You don't have to pay this huge social security bureaucracy. Anymore of church groups now have more money community groups have more money. But that's where we need to rely on on the yeah on the concept of voluntary charity and another point you raise is very interesting about the the drug issue in this debate has been going on in a larger. Sense in the Libertarian. Turn Movement for a long time is should we settle for legalizing marijuana well. Milton Friedman the Libertarian Nobel Prize. Winning economists he was dealing with occupational the patient licensor and arguing why it should be abolished. And he said you know I can deal with a focus on like hairdressers or shoeshine people. Oh but instead I'm going to take the toughest case. And he took the case of doctors to why we need to abolish occupational license. You're for doctors. Because he said if people how can understand the toughest case everything falls into place and so that essays in his book the capitalism and freedom. Well that's what we gotta do with drugs. It's not enough to to legalize marijuana. You GotTa legalize heroin. Cocaine maps opioids every single substance based on freedom. Because it's none of the government's business what people put into their mouths and because this war is so destructive to of our liberties it is the most racially bigoted government programs that segregation and it needs to go entirely not just with marijuana with all drugs so when we make that case then I think people are able able to better understand where we libertarians are. Coming from it's not that we're saying. Hey we hope everybody goes out and takes drugs. We're talking about what does it mean to live in a free society. No you're you're absolutely right and the truth is that you know it's like we. We've had heroin heroin because that that might be the example. I maybe I'm wrong about this but I think that's about as destructive a`drug as is out there. It's certainly up there like heroines. Really really bad drug that you can. It's very addictive and you could die from it and it destroys people's lives. Well we heroin has been incredibly illegal with outrageously stiff penalties for like forty years at this point and look at it. It's killing tens of thousands of Americans a year as we speak. They're getting on the black market. They're getting all all of these things it's like the this obviously doesn't solve the problem. The problem isn't the substance people. It's not like me were you or someone like I have the great wife in a beautiful one year old daughter. It's not like if I if I encounter a substance I'M GONNA go. Oh I'm going to go through my life away now because of this substance. The problem is human human despair and the the place that somebody's in when they become an addict and getting addicted and like Oh. There's all these deeper psychological issues and you don't treat that by threatening to throw someone in a cage for thirty years and then of course there's the as you point out the black market problems it creates all of this crime. It's really it's really something that like You know a hundred years later. Americans still haven't learned the lesson from prohibition even though when we speak of the Prohibition of alcohol pretty much everybody's together going like. Oh Yeah. That doesn't work. That was a really stupid thing to do that. Led to the rise of Al Capone. And all of this gang violence but nowadays and and and trump will still go. You know there's all of these All of this crime and these these gangs and the drugs that come over from the southern border. And it's like yeah you're right. That is a legitimate problem. But here's the problem no matter what the government and mandates out of Washington DC. There is demand for these drugs. That's something that exists. It's whether we like it if I could wave a magic wand and there was no demand for feting now I would do that that would that would be great but you can't none of us. Can people want these drugs. And I don't I don't know exactly I mean I. I don't know exactly the perspective of somebody who's he's like affecting all addict but the people are at a place in their life where they want it. That's the reality on the ground and we can either try to deal with that in in a responsible way or we can just have swat teams come in and and give you know an avenue for the worst members of society these gangs to to make a a bunch of money because there is this demand that exists. It's so obvious just repeal the whole war on drugs been a failure on every level. Then God bless you for saying it well and you would get rid of the drug lords and drug gangs and drug cartels immediately. I mean this is somewhat ironic. is they spend all this money. Prosecuting these people all they send them away for hundreds of years and there's quickly replaced by ten more gangs and cartels the but if you legalized drugs. Those people go out of business overnight if you want them to put them out of business. There's only one way to do it. And that's your legalization. Because they can't compete in illegal market they can only compete in a black market. So who would be selling take drugs. Who would be selling the heroin cocaine pharmacies would pharmaceuticals would and by the way a drug addict within beginning? Good solid drugs drugs. Instead of these corrupted drugs that are killing them and then we treat drug addiction as you said in the private sector. That's that's where it should be treated. That's that's the humane thing where you've got alcoholics anonymous narcotics Rehab groups therapy counseling all the things that people can do right now because if if they go start talking about their addiction they might be talking to a narc and so if you bring it out into the open and you say we're going to treat these problems in the private sector. We're we're going to remove the criminal justice sector then you start getting peace and harmony in that society. You still have to figure out. Why is this such a drug addicted society? I think it goes back to our original discussion at the beginning of the hour that we live in a very dysfunctional society. Be If you look at the Soviet Union. The rates of alcoholism Kahal is enormous. And I think that's that's where the despair comes in that when you live in a socialist country and tightly controlled company company country. You get this sense of despair and depression but if you have a free society. There's an excitement. There's dynamism people are looking at life with some join in wonder and I think drug addiction would plummet as we start. Loosening the screws up that the feds have been tightening and start moving toward a society of of Liberty Peace Prosperity and harmony. No I I completely agree with you and I think it's also tied to the bigger picture of what we were discussing before where you know. Sometimes Libertarians Science and and people in the objective EST and the in the liberty world. They have this dynamic between collectivism and individualism. which can be misleading leading? Sometimes because really what it's about is about force verse volunteerism and whether you have voluntary collective organizations there's nothing wrong with that but the our problem with the state is that it's a collective organization based on initiating violence against peaceful people forcing people into this collective and as we were mentioning before what they do. Is They destroy. All of these other collectives the the the sense of community church family all of these other things suffer offer when the state gets bigger and bigger and bigger and people. You know. There's this natural thing where you kind of the beauty of freedom is that as you were saying before so if you're if there's not social security and instead we're trusting young people and giving them the freedom to to hope that they'll take care of their parents when they're an older older age will now all of these incentives kind of line up. It's like well you WanNa take really good care of your kids and you want to be really loving to them and you WANNA be a part of a church and you want to be a part of the community because you need it in your own self interest and this this helps cohesiveness and I think when the state comes in it destroys so many of these institutions it destroys our common culture. It destroys our common traditions. It destroys churches communities all of these things. And when you destroy all these things my guesses that Ah this also leads to human despair and the rise in things like addiction. So I think it's really all related and I mean like you were saying about Alcoholism in the Soviet the Union. It makes perfect sense to me. Of course if you don't have any if you don't have these these a voluntary institutions then then yet human beings were or not made to be isolated. We're not made to be without family and community. I think that's an absolutely fascinating insight and I think you're right on I mean I think you're really onto something here that that with this massive state involvement in people's lives they crowd out the the the values that most of us hold dear the Compassionate. There's a cynicism that start setting in. Why should I help? That person. Government's already doing it or. Why should I donate donate to that university? The government's already doing and and then the more money. The government takes from US indirectly through inflation with the Federal Reserve or directly with taxes. It gives us less opportunity to do the right thing. So there's a crowd out these values and they suppress these values. I totally I agree with you. I I think that's the fascinating you'd site that you just made I guys. Let's take a quick second and thank our sponsor for today's show which is flagging anthem. Flag and anthem is.
"r. jacob" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Well it's interesting. You mentioned Ron Paul. Because Ron is one of my real life heroes in the freedom movement I went up when he ran for president in two thousand eight. I went up to New Hampshire and actually went door to door knocking on doors and dropping literature off on his behalf breath and then I gave two speeches during his campaign. And and you know I've listened to Ron. Give a Lotta talks. But I don't remember specifically Vermeille things he says. All I know is that when he starts talking my heart starts thumping a little bit harder because he he talks about liberty and you can tell that the the libertarianism just exudes through him so as part of my campaign launched. A new book called my passion for Liberty which details how. I discovered libertarianism. What are the core principles libertarianism? It tells people why Libertarianism as the really only practical solution to the crises Democrats and Republicans Force It on our nation and and it was a big honor that Ron has written the introduction to that book and that book. My Passion for liberty is available on Amazon. Well it's it's that's great and a highly recommend people go Go grab that and read it. It's like so many people that I know in the Liberty Movement like myself of course Tom. Woods Scott Horton so so many really passionate. Libertarians are very excited. About the fact that you're running for president and so much of that is because since Ron Paul we just haven't had a true passionate hardcore libertarian running talking about these ideas you've had some people who are okay on certain issues. Some people who lean libertarian in in in certain issues but not in others. But it's just so great to have somebody up there who's like no. I'm bringing the whole package. The whole philosophy. This is the way to go and it is the the truth. Is that liberty it throughout human history. Really right the struggle between tyranny and lie and liberty has been the greatest struggle so many of our problems problems are just due to the fact that the state is interfering in every aspect of of human affairs particularly in two thousand nine hundred and soon to be two thousand twenty honey United States of America. Oh you're absolutely right. I mean you know. We're living in really a very dysfunctional society. And when President Trump says that he wants to make America great again he just doesn't understand that you cannot have a great nation unless you have a free nation and and so. That's our first challenge. We'd Libertarians. No we don't live in a free country. The state is is everywhere controls every aspects of our lives. It takes sorry money and forces us to be good carrying with it puts us in jail for ingesting. The wrong substance it's it regulates the most minute aspects of our lives. It has has engaged in these foreign wars and assassinations and torture of for at least the last three or four decades and so so you know we ended up with this society where everything's messed up. Healthcare's messed up so scared. He's messed up. Everything is messed up and people are starting to sense that. There's something wrong in this society. You got suicide rates. Soaring you've got people unexplained committing unexplainable acts of violence got massive said drug addiction. I suggest that all of this is rooted in what you just said that the state is intervening in our lives and people falsely believe it's freedom so if they start listening to US Libertarians. And I think a lot of people are because they're figuring out something's wrong with this society and we libertarians. Know what's wrong society. They've destroyed our freedom. And but if we regain our freedom that's the road to peace prosperity Liberty Harmony and and and morality. That's the only key is how do we achieve that free society. And that's what comes with ideas running for office and as you say educating meeting people who want to be educated on what is it really mean to be free if I had my druthers fire. Were accorded the honor of this nomination. The Libertarian Party nomination I would my request would be to have every American family debating two things. What does it really mean to be free? What is a free society really mean and then number two what? What is the role of government in a free society and I think if people were debating discussing that issue we'd be doing some making some real progress toward achieving a free society side? Yeah it seems like the question of what the proper role of government ought to be never even really comes up in the national conversation to use a term that I'm not particularly fond of but nobody ever in search that except Ron Paul really was the only one I could think of. But you're absolutely really right in the fact that the what what we do have going for us is that people on a very deep level I think perhaps even on a spiritual level people sense that something something is wrong in this nation and that's why so many people are flocking to the populist left the Ao sees the Bernie Sanders the populist populist right kind of Donald Trump Steve Bannon because they do say these things like make America great again and this corruption they do. It seems like people do sense that that the country is is more dysfunctional. More polarized than than people can really remember it being in recent history and I would agree with you that it seems teams that this coincides with the government getting bigger and bigger and bigger and. I don't think that's a coincidence. I mean people have very different views. You know throughout our society incredibly different views but they don't feel a need to like fight a culture war. I've used this example before on the show but like I'm a Jewish Jewish person. I live in New York City. I can go outside and stick my hand in the air and a Muslim guy. WHO's driving a yellow cab will pick me up and drive me the home and I give him some money and he says thank you God bless and I say thank you sir have a good night and and we move now? We have very different views like really really the fundamental different views about the world. And I'm sure if we sat down and went through every interview he has never review. I have. There's a lot of conflict there but it's we're operating in the marketplace marketplace. I WANNA ride home. He wants money we were we cooperate and we work together. We don't need to fight a culture war but when the war is over who takes control control of the state and then rules over the rest of us then. It's almost like the only the only option you have is to be at each other's throats and I think that's what you see with the you. No Trump Hillary and now trump verse whoever the terrible Democrat. He'll be running against welby well right and I don't think it is a coincidence that you have this ever tightening. Screw that the federal government's tightening on people and all of this functionality in society. And you know you've got these two major parties and the mainstream press and they themselves act like there's this huge differences between the party philosophical differences and so forth. There's actually no difference at all between the two major parties not philosophically. They're on the same page in their battle is over. Who's going to get to control it over over the next four years who's going to get the point? The bureaucrats and the diplomats and who's going to get the largest in the defense contractors and so forth but notice that in terms of structure in system they both believe in things like social security Medicare Medicaid of foreign interventionism the national security establishment the drug war. You know the Federal Reserve we could go on and on and so their battles really over. Who's going to get to control it? It's IT'S A. It's a case of musical chairs. We Libertarians. You're coming in saying look. That is your problem. You've got a bad system here. What we libertarians? Libertarian called the welfare state and the warfare state. And that if you want a prospering harmonious society the kind of society. You're talking about like when you get into the cab with this. This this Muslim drivers we can have that kind of life internationally. You bring all the troops home from everywhere you stop them from killing people intervening in the affairs of other countries. I will guarantee you that is an you unleash the private sector you lift all the embargoes all the sanctions. All the trade wars. And and you just unleash the private sector bring the federal government sector home restore a limited government republic which was the founding governmental system of our country. which is the opposite of a national security state the private sector it our our biggest best diplomats in the world the world allows American can tourists? They love American businessmen they love American trade groups cultural groups than it. Once you unleash the private sector to interact with the people of the world you're talking about that kind of harmony that you have with your taxi driver friend now does that mean that there's GonNa be no more conflicts and wars around around the world of course not but what it does is. It doesn't embroil the American people in all of these conflicts around the world so sometimes when we talk about bringing the the Troops Home Democrats Republicans say Oh. That's isolationism. Well that's ridiculous because if you're unleashing the private sector to interact with the people of the world that's the the exact opposite of isolationism. So we went to rain in the government unleash the private sector. They WANNA do the exact opposite they wanNA unleash. The troops the Pentagon head-on the CIA the NSA and then wall in the American people with sanctions embargoes on the like. That's the root cause of this problem. The second part of the route is a lot of Americans don't realize that this is not freedom. They've been indoctrinated with the fact that they live in a free society. My favorite quote. What is a quote by Johann Gerda? It's perfectly encapsulates. The plight of the American people it says non are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe. They're free now if people can break through that. And that's what we've broken through. And so if we libertarians can breakthrough anybody can break through. And I figured figured that if I broke through because I used to believe I lived in a free country. But once people achieve that breakthrough Dave. Then we've got a shot at achieving a free society. The problem today is while people know. There's something wrong. They don't know what it is because they still believing that all this welfare warfare state and this tightening the the screws that the federal government is doing on the American populace is the opposite of freedom. Yeah I mean I think that's exactly right and it's funny to hear you know because I remember you know Ron Paul getting labeled with the term isolationist and it's really just so absurd. It's almost something it's like out of a cartoon. Soon the idea that you would say like if somebody was proposing like you lived in a house and someone was proposing. I think we should You know invade the House next to us and shoot it up a bunch of people and you said. I don't think we should do that and they went so you never want to interact with anybody. You're just an isolation and you're like well I'm not saying we shouldn't maybe go over over for dinner or invite them over. I'm saying like let's not murder innocent people yet. This is well. I guess you just don't want to interact with people at all I. It's really just absurd word but that is the world that we live in and I I guess to me personally. There's no more important issues than than the wars I mean in in the philosophical abstract. There's nothing worse that the state does then commit mass murder. I mean I I dislike just about every government program but if there's one that involves killing a lot of innocent people that's gotta be the worst one and were in in the current real world situation that we're in we're involved in the two longest wars in American history Plus about four other ones that that trump inherited from Obama and his continued to fight. Not One of them has one ounce of success. It's been nothing but a disaster disaster. I mean look like there are been some wars in the past where they get really really bloody but you could maybe argue..
"r. jacob" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Enemy is look if he were funding right now. Everything one of these problems are government being way too big. Okay welcome everybody This is a very special. I show episode of part of the problem. It's we're making history for our podcast because this is the first time that I've ever had a guest on the show who is currently running for president of the United States of America. I did have one guest once who has run for president previously and of course that was the Great Ron Paul. Aw and so it's fitting that the The guest I have on now is picking up that that mantle and of course it is Jacob Hornberger. Who's gotten so many any of us so excited about the twenty twenty race? Thank you so much for coming on Mr Hornberger. You kidding. At thanks her mind. Dave I gotTa tell you how I know about you. Oh please let me know. Well I was thinking pork fast last summer and so arrived earlier before my talk with scheduled and it turns out they had me sandwiched between two of your talks middle so I started listening to you talk and I had never heard of. You didn't know about you. I was like bold over because I was expecting a standard reform. Kind of talk that you hear about in the Libertarian Movement. Sometimes so I turn under the guy to me and I said wow this guy is really hard core and he says that date. That's days fit. He really is hard core. Well well thank you that. That means a lot to me and I'll tell you the reason I'm hardcore libertarian. Is Because I was a child of the Ron Paul campaigns. That's how I got into the the Libertarian Movement. Men and I'm one of the things that excites me most about you running for president on the LP ticket is that I think we could create a lot more children of Jacob a porn burger campaigns. And really that's what it's all about. I know that's what everything you've been doing has has been about for for decades. It's educating people convincing people that Liberty Liberty is the way to go and I feel like there's no better way to do that than to have somebody who's passionate who's unapologetic uncompromising and really believes in inhuman.
"r. jacob" Discussed on Homophilia
"So hey we're back okay. We start talking during the break everything we were saying. It was too brilliant record. I don't even remember what my point was August. I I just I just love the the I love being included in this story of yours because you are so right that sis gay men think that translates has nothing to do with us and I think I think I can speak for both of us when I say that that has nothing to do with not wanting to be included in connected connected to our trans or non binary brothers sisters but I think I think it's a little bit of this. It's the gay male version of white guilt of feeling like we're the ones we've had easiest. Yeah forget our our story like you know it's not about us. Do you know what I mean right and I guess to me what what gets. It's glazed over in that. Understanding things is is the real gender trauma that that I would argue like ninety seven to ninety nine percent of six gay men. I know have absolutely right like we were all like at some point or another. We were all traumatized by being understood as feminine. I'm in a world where that was a dark. was sort of a scarlet letter or or or a sparkly pink letter on our on our chest And thank don't think I really don't think I think one of the biggest ways in which the gay movement has failed Gay People and gay men specifically is that we have not address that right. We address it implicitly sometimes but it's not addressed explicitly in the ways that it needs to be right like we do not have a healing practice disc on mass that our community uses for all of us to get over that right like I think that that you know we party it away and we get a bunch of ABS so that we can compensate for all of our gender trauma and you know we have a lot a lot like we have a lot of sex to try and like cover it up but like none of those things. He'll if you're not going to actually talk about they can all be part of it right right like taking care of your body can be part of healing. Your gender trauma like having great sex can be part of healing your gender trauma. But not if you're you're using those things to cover to cover over rather than to expose understand it And it's really frustrating to me because I feel like it really. You know a it spiritually sad but be it really sucks up my dating life Because like if I feel like if gay men were able to if more of us and I feel casing us right again because like I still have that layer in my cake Like if more of us were able to to name an owner femininity And really and and what I mean by that is not just to think. About how feminine do I WanNa be now right because that's like saying oh like how do I want to express myself. Now that I've been fully traumatizing. These ways and limited knitted in these ways. But how was I when I was a kid. That's what I want. People to always reflect on his. Like who were you when you were four. Like and I don't know Oh if a lot of us even spend time remembering that because it can be painful but but I feel like a lot of the clean they know when they were four like of course they wanted twirl in a two two. And I'm like right and I'm like at. What point did you give that up? At what point did we decide like. y'All have to give that up forever or at least I can and only do that like in a bar maybe or like at burning man or whatever right like that's so sad that we can't just wear fluffy things and frilly things is that we have that were so alienated from our own gender that we don't even remember that it's what we wanted. Yeah and that was an experience that I really had like the first first time in my adult life. When I went to the dollar store I was like twenty one twenty? I was like twenty nineteen as my freshman year in college was nineteen. The old firm agreed and I remember I went to the dollar store and bought nail Polish like for the first time myself and then painted my own nails all my own. You know in my dorm room and I had this moment and what I told myself time. Like I'm just doing this as an experiment Just like see how it feels and then the moment I like once I looked at my hands I had this morning whereas like Holy Shit. I wanted to do this so bad when I was a kid. I had forgotten how badly I wanted to do it because I had to put that away. In order in order to cope with a world where all transcend minniti is is met with abuse right like or neglect which is just another form of abuse And so I really want gay men to be like Yo. We all are are really reeling. From from shame around our femininity from shame and trauma around our gender Anita create intentional spaces to heal from that and like and we definitely need to cut this whole over man. Just like you bullshit. 'cause like being a gay man means being a different kind of man right it means it means having a manhood that is much more nuanced and complex I mean I would argue. All manhood is more nuanced and complex. Because I also don't think that this ends with gay men I think that a lot of straight men A lot of straight six guys who supposedly have the most boring gender on the planet unlike your gender is not boring. The idea that your gender is boring is actually misogyny to. It's a different iteration of it right like saying that like that. That manhood is the stable. The thing that is unquestioned and has no nuance like that is part of the patriarchal project to say that manhood is overly simple and that men have no layers of wanting power or whatever the fuck you know like Manas coated as like that is in and of itself part of gender oppression like I think it's so vital that all men in our culture have space to heal from gender-based trauma. Everyone has it. It's just a question of what degree Which is why which is why like you know? I don't I feel like you know. Part of the whole non binary mantras. I'm not a man or woman and and you know you're supposed to sort of like it's a neat thing but I'm kind of like yeah like I don't feel like a man anymore four but but I know what it was to be a man to be understood as a man or at least to be on track to become a man right like I know with with the indoctrination program is like I know what the hazing is like. I know what the I know that fraternity because I rushed it and then I and then I deactivated. You know what I mean but but I know how bad it is and I know that all of you are hurting and I know that we gotta talk about it and it's and it's you know it's it's just. It's a lot of unfinished work. Yeah Yeah what. What does that intentional space? Look like to you. I mean my fantasy is that like I. I wish I've I've loved ones. Who are in recovery and have like you know like narcotics anonymous alcoholics anonymous? You know and and I've seen sort of how that program that there's you know that there's this program and this National Infrastructure Lecture everywhere you go. There's a meeting you know and I'm kind of like I wish we had meetings for like gender healing. You know like I wish that that were part of our practice as a culture right that like you know in like in the like in random churches and mosques and synagogues and like community centers in Lions Club. Whatever right like across the country people are walking? Hi I'm Evan and I have Gender Trauma Hi Evan. Yeah you know so And that's that's the dream for this book. That's the dream for like my work in my career is I I want to. I want right to sort of be a bait and switch right like this book is a bait and switch and a lot of ways because the trick is people come in thinking. Oh I'M GONNA learn about this non binary thing and learn in about Jacob's tender and then they leave being like what the fuck do I know about my own Because I I don't think we create intentional space for that reflection and and I think that so many of our cultures problems and so many of our world's problems are related to that right. Like if I mean when I think about like my sort of eco-feminists imperative hurt even right because there are days where I'm like I'm just doing this trans stuff and like queer stuff like am I doing enough to combat climate change you know and then because that's the pressing fucking thing like we have a doomsday mistake over our heads and I'm like am I going to be remembered in history like as someone who like was part of fighting that or as part of the problem and I'm like no no no like mine. Strategy part of my strategy is like the reason people abuse our planet is because they have been abused. The reason people are bad to our planet is because they are traumatized right like all of these executives is all these billionaires who are overwhelmingly men who were overwhelmingly like you know mass presenting they have all been put in these cages emotionally. They have no ability to cope with their trauma. They have no ability ready to identify like all the things that were taken from them. And they're miserable and if we can do like this mass gender healing where where men are able to finally take time to unpack their shed right like. I think that that makes it a lot easier to stop hurting our planet. It makes it because because then people will be like Oh. I was competing because I felt like I needed to get my father's love or whatever right like when I think of I feel like behind every fucking like you know like like giant giant corporate enterprise ruining the rainforest or whatever is like some traumatized little boy who was not enough for their dad. You know what I mean. Yeah and I'm like dude like I get that you have your shit but you gotTa stop ruining the planet and the process like we really got. He'll summer this also like you know like speaking of our fucking president right exist like you see it so clearly right. He's the little boy. His little boys are traumatized. All right and I don't say little boy like diminish I say little boy to actually elevate right because like I think like like that the trauma that boys encounter is real and deep and fundamental and scarring and it stays with you and so people were walking around with this gender. PTSD and they're ruining the world because of it. So I'm like I feel like this is environmentalist activism. You know like I feel like we are. It's all part the thing I mean you talk about the sort of you know. Gender Trauma Healing Workshops meetings. Whatever you call it As a fantasy but I mean I I. I do know someone who'd be a great leader for such a workshop. I mean I guess that you're in but it's already happening you leading one right now. Well Yeah I think You know when I think about something like that. It's something that no one person can do alone right. It's like a thing they would have to have like a mass group of people to help with. Because I've done community organizing like I I you know I I was a big phase of my life and I know how much work that is and I know how hard it it's like. Seo going but I do think that there will be there will be time and space to create some of those things And I don't know you know for me it's like I just. I'm just trying to figure out the order of operations right of like okay. Do I need like because like I published my book and I'm like okay. I guess any probably write a second one now because I really liked writing the first one and then I'm also working on adopting my book into a TV show. That would be like. Oh the one of the first. TV SHOWS LIKE CENTER LIKE AGE gender non conforming but like you know Harry non androgynous gender non conforming person percents You know at at the core of a show and like that in and of itself. We'll probably do a lot of good like political labor cultural work but then also like I would love to start these healing circles..
"r. jacob" Discussed on Homophilia
"We are here with Jacob. Tobia who I mean. Let's just work through some of his. We have beef apparent. But we've just nine we already have. Yeah I'm already mad at you. Tell us why. So so on the lovely table slash desk that is in front of us in the recording studio their signatures of many people who have been here and done done interviews and grace this table with their presence and very prominently in rather large Lettering is a signature from Jennifer Aniston. Yeah and the last. Last time I was in here I was talking to cameras Bozo and I spent a very long time or at least in my head spin a very long time talking about the fact that Jennifer Aniston had been here and sat in presumptively that very chair and then at the end of our interview after we had finished recording. The News is broken to me that that is fake and I just signed out that you are the one who faked that enormous very legible. White Ledger is dotted with hearts. Jennifer Aniston signature is is not authentic. That was in Makati. I watched him do it. I love that you thought that Jen would sign her name so clearly. Like not even an autograph. Just vary sorry. Just like cursive from scrape with hearts over the is like. Oh how how how maybe fifth grade Jennifer Aniston would have signed her like a fantasy version of her in my mind and and Cameron let you believe the lie until you stopped recording. I think I don't know how much I talked about it. I might have talked talks about prerecord and then we didn't talk about during the record I don't really remember I just remember being crestfallen and devastated. My factual memory is not not goodbye. My emotional memory. Sorry is very deep and so when I come in here I sort of grieve That Jennifer has not in fact been here. Say this because you are a big fan. I'm just because I just because I got so invested you know and I feel like I am increase. I mean I don't know what it means to identify as a big Jennifer Aniston Fan. Because I'm like are you a fan of culture like bright like it's sort of like I don't know how to not how to say no to that question right. I watched the whole personality around being a Jennifer Aniston has worked with the real. Take home a lesson on this cameron esposito's not to be trusted right right right right yes of course remember that. Yes Jacob what are you watching right. Now let's see. I actually just started you for you. I'm because I hadn't watched it. 'cause it's really dark and like really fucked up. Can I say fuck is okay. I just have to check. Some people are like radio and not radio. It's a podcast. y'All Raunchy and terrible lessening hopefully safer. Yeah so I just started watching it last night because I was like I was sort of like I was already on spiral mental health wise and I was like. Let's just go there like we're already in the zone like May as well like fucking keep it going And it delivered for sure. I was like Oh this is triggering fucking everything Great Love It. Did you just see the I know. I watched the first four episodes last night because I was like. I'm already in the crypt. I May as well seal it off for a few hours. You know. It's one of those shows i. The first episode was incredible. But I have not revisited since then it's and it doesn't doesn't get any less dark like it gets dark it gets more fucked up and there are moments where it's like really light and beautiful but it's also funny because it's one of those things where you know when you audition for a show but you don't book something so like like euphoria was my first auditioning to play To play like a queer slash transit was ambiguous sex worker. I feel like that's a right of passage asset. Just like a Queer Trans actor Hollywood to like audition to play like the drug addicted sex worker. I'M A I'm super sex positive so like actually have no problems albums playing sex worker on screen because I think sex has legitimate labor and like we should like decriminalize sex work. It's extra but it's just funny because like in my actual like I I do not ever have sex intimacy is like so fucking like tragic And so you know to to play that character is really funny And so you know. I auditioned for that role of course in Boca But now I'm watching. I'm like Oh my God if I had that would have probably traumatized me. The person who is playing not yet. I think it's like episode five. If you're watching 'cause I mean one of the main I don't know if I like spoiler alert if you don't want to hear spoilers about euphoria big things like you know there's like there's like the there's is this like straight quote Unquote Dad. Who is really into like Fem boys and Trans Girls and like you know Fox them tell rooms but he's also a leader in town? His son is like the head of the quarterback of the football team and both of them are like Trans and queer curious and neither of them identify their sexuality appropriately. But like I was just like the scene would have then with the sort of like closeted transamerica Slash Amorous Fan boy fucking dad. And I'm like I don't think I don't know if I want to do that. On screen yet like poof. That's a lot to To Break Off. And it's really like and you know Hunter Schafer who plays Jewels in the show WHO's also from Raleigh transpeople from Raleigh? Yeah hunters hunter's incredible and like is so brave to go there but also just like Dan. Yeah ooh is the word yes. I'm having like one of those mornings. I need like two espressos because I just need to kind of get out of that. Sure you know when you're out on the other end of the spectrum I'm watching Shits Creek so it's kind of like I feel like I have balance here and there I I'm obsessed with Shits Creek and then before that I was watching succession. Okay because I I live like Hbo Dramas or like they when I just WanNa get fucked up like HBO Dramas are like. I know it's an irresponsible thing for me to start and I'm GonNa Start and it's GonNa takeover my whole brain And I'm going to be like oops I didn't get things done. I was supposed to get done like hoops. I'm spiraling like oops who knows. But it's there designed their emotional channel like they're emotionally addictive and they know exactly how to get under your skin and and you know and they're also like perfect and beautiful and arty and all that shit so like you know like my atv film person brains watching it like getting totally like fucked up in a good way emotional watching like and the car. I love love succession of obsessed him. But you know everyone's beef with it as always like there's no andrew for the zone likable. It's like Oh yeah of course. They're all horrible because people are terrible but it it does sort of cast a spell where you're like are they so bad like would wouldn't it be kind of fun to be from like a billionaire. Conservative News Media Empire Hire family. I feel I mean I feel like it'd be interesting. Fun is maybe not the word and the thing I love about succession that I think is so accurate about it because like you know. I'm unlike socialist girl right like I think the wealth disparity in this country has like just an atrocity And I love this accession is just like Oh yeah yeah no. Everyone's miserable all all the way up through the top like money like starts like every rich people in America are miserable. Like I don't think they're happy and their money isn't making them happier. So it's like I'm like yeah cool. Commuters like triple your tax rate. Because he doesn't fucking matter because you're miserable either way. Yeah you know Also curing Kalkin from that show. I don't know why but I feel like he's Super Hot. and has this like impish fucking thing that is really working for me. Yeah sort of sexual awakening with with his characters. There's this would specifically specific to his relationship with Jerry. I'm no although that was nice. I didn't mind that part. Oh He's like in denic denigrate me. Mommy kind of relationship with the family attorney. Sure he's just like shut talk me. And then he liked comes from it but but no I just like him because he's like he's like he's sort of like the impish like fucking around like puckish type in in the family And he's just like toying with everybody and has this personality that's so like like he's always like slouched way down in his chair and like has his feet up on things and like doesn't don't give a fuck and his improper at all and I live. I live for his energy. I thought in season one that we were veering toward a queer storyline for his character. Right because he kind of is coded as Queer and away and he had this weird sort of sexual relationship with his mail trainer liquid. This is the one thing that's missing from. The show will also like it's a very very white show but there's no greater visibility at all rain and that's the thing when I watched accession the thing that I'm like a little bit that gives me he. BGP's as I think about the other people watching it. And I think half of the country watching this is just like a family drama. Yeah Yeah they're just like Oh that and that's where it stops for them right like they don't see it as oh like this is a this is like a a narrative about how like classes so fucked up in America and also a negative about how whiteness evil and Blah Blah Blah. They just like they. Just they're just like ooh Interesting story about a family fighting for power. It's like King Lear in you know like and I'm kind of like oh no that's actually really fucked up which is which is you know. HBO IS I think. One of those weird networks that like they straddle a really wide wide audience base in terms of like. You know the I think the really conservative people still watch. HBO Sometimes And it's like it's so interesting to me to think about like what you know like how. How a significant portion of succession audience digesting the show versus how like the rest of us are ironic versus without a shred of my favorite little Easter Egg? Just because waller on it and then I'm done Is that in the opening credits of season. Two one of the headlines. They have like eight news and the show which which is like the surrogate for Fox. Yeah and one of the headlines at the bottom is like gender fluid illegals like immigrating twice or whatever they put that in and they're just like subtly and I was just like that would be way cuter if you got a trans storyline exact pitcher. So I'M GONNA be Kendall for Halloween by the way. Oh my God perfect I why do I have had to accept that. I sort of look like no I see there's some droopy facial features we have in common but I'm going to be the when he does the rap. Oh God yeah a yea great. Also he's like sexy so like a resemblance is a good thank you. I'll take it but I'm not happy about it. I'm behind on succession. But I also just realized that I had a bit of a sexual awakening cousin Greg. How's adorable? He was on Ellen. He's very tall and and he was difficult for him to fit his whole body chair and she was being kind of passive aggressive. Like stop kicking my table and I wanted to take care of him I I find him and now I follow him on Instagram and see all of his stories of his music festivals and friends and stuff and he's just kind of Tallin Delicious so I don't know what happens with that character and I don't WanNa no. I am shocked by the spot like it. Go see where it goes into all of us sort of getting getting really into if you are like non-conventional and strange crushes rather. I think that that's like what that that brings us toward a better world. They're all like instead of being unlike unlike Ryan all right like like which which also I'm confused about Ryan Reynolds. Because I'm like is is he said sexual. I Dunno the way I was confused. Because he's in the calm down video for no reason no reason but I'm like is that no reason or is that like coating right like did he mean that as a coming out. Are you sure. I'm I can't everyone else in that music videos queer though everyone else Taylor not. We'll Taylor's not also katy. Perry was Katie. I don't know anyone one identifies anymore like like. I can't keep track of my friends own gender identities anymore. I.
"r. jacob" Discussed on Vogue Podcast
"Be sure to check in each Monday. For new episode are going to be talking to the curator of the exhibition Andrew Bolton the director of the upcoming documentarian the met, Andrew Rossi. And of course, more today on thrill today have different Marc Jacobs here in studio. Hi, mark. Hi, Andre are you? I'm good. How are you? I'm very well. Not only is Mark provincial. Guess but in two thousand nine he was one of the co chairs of the gallon last year bought on the house when you arrived on the red carpet with only moments the timeless share chess. Everyone went crazy. How did that happen? Well, share we reached out to share Michael Arianna works in the press department. Mark shakeups knew that I was shoot share fan, and he'd reach touch once before but reached out to her again invited her to the Matt let her know that we wanted to shoot her for the ad campaign. And she was up and up for it and very happy to come to the met and happy to be in the ad campaign. And that's how it was. And actually, it was you. She was happy to see she. I mean, she had that moment with you at the top of the stairs. You know, we had shot her the day before or a few days before in the studio. And she had told me about the last time. She was at the met at all of her stories that she shared with me. Of course. We're how she met MRs Greenland and Andre Leon Talley and all this kind of stuff. So there you go. It's been fabulous because she came to the years ago. She was through. Yes. All the girls going to the address you found. Yes. She was wearing the total prop that, Bob. Macky? One jump through as shadows. And Brian stones nudity. I remember I was at the met when Michelle came down to escalate they were having thing in the bay. She did she say, then you had a gospel moment. Hitting. May be performed in one day. And I said to be on did we have to have a gospel choir. Can you get a gospel choir here? So that's went to church, and I said, okay, let's get a gospel choir. So they gave it donate to the church. They got the whole on us acquire in Richard buses. We bust them down here. We gave him some foods little snacks. Like, what do you? Call it agreement. Yes, you had green. The gospel choir. Was there standing there were trying to reach for Orden share for? It's just jumped into the. She's great. She's so great share is amazing. She did she wants to pioneer. But when you start your dress guests like one year, you came which was for me hit his still I know where you're going with this. Me. It wasn't sparring. I can tell you. It was the most aspiring thing when you showed up when you were in the vote for the little black dress. You were a black lace on classmates or man. Boy girl shopping now the men's department come on. I remember that very well because it was the year of Caporale and mutual product conversation between pro and Scott, Bradley, and because those two women were such unconventional thinkers or one is such an unconventional thinker one was such an unconventional thinker. I thought well we can't have a conventional tuxedo. We have to do something less expected and obvious. So I wore that black lace dress. I had bought the dress ages ago, and that just turned out to be the perfect occasion to wear. Wearing black dresses from every day, you'd think. Evening verse ultimate lace Virgil. Yes. And put it in a show, and you had. Was helping. Yes, that was the only male thing is with the white boxes. Black vox. Yes. So that was a great moment. And you'll be bought Rachel. Find sunny was wearing. Yes. On the top of the head. Yeah. A for. Yeah. For coat with into a hat by Stephen Jones. Yeah. Two. Yes. What makes you look? How do you decide to look we'll have sometimes you just feel inspired..