35 Burst results for "R. Stewart"
The Entomology of Boycotts
"I bring you interesting words and you may know all of them That have roots and a person's name, so if you remember quiz from last year i mentioned gerrymandering from Massachusetts governor l. Eldridge Gerry and the shape of voting districts kind of looked like a salamander Boston globe picked it up ran with became the gerrymander. And that's jerry me today. I really hope that some town in that in that area has a salamander mascot named Jerry. Oh that would be amazing right like of all the missed opportunities--ya so well are words today. Come also from people's names so our first one which i find really exciting well. I don't know if i told you this. I know i did on our previous show. But i don't know about the show but i went to ireland once on my honeymoon and scotland early. Yeah but this. This actually comes to us from irish irish. An irish word. The irish invented boycotting because of the english thousand percents. Yeah okay this all started in eighteen. Eighty when charles stewart parnell whom i've never heard of but was a pretty popular. Irish member of parliament named parliament after sir parlor apart so he decided that the english government had failed them in their time of need and they must seize control of their own destiny. This was not long after the potato famine. When you know. The brits really did nothing when they knew there was a problem and actively chose to ignore it while one third of the irish population starved to death. And then they that whole came in. Yeah we're assholes. So arnelle was the son of a protestant landowner who organized the rural masses into agitation against the ruling landlord class so the brits mostly the landlords owned everything. They were jacking up rent. They're throwing people out on the streets. Just terrible terrible people so kind of started. This movement called the three apps he wants fixity of tenure a freedom to sell and fair rent so these are all just people won't be affordable human rights. The same problem we're facing today.
What's Changed for Paul George and the Surging Clippers
"So law before you anything else. I feel like we have to talk about. Paul george's absolutely vicious poster dunk pistons stewart on sunday. My goodness is per. It's not personal brothers. All business tv announcers clearly lost it on that play. What was your reaction. My reaction was just our shot. This guy has had a foot issue for most of the last two months. And actually my very first moment with paul. George postgame availability. My first week on the beat. I tried a needle paul for not duncan because it had taken him until the fourth week of the season to dunk and i was like you know reggie jackson his own team. He had a dunk that night. In sacramento. i was like lose. Got a dump. Reggie jackson got a dump when you get your as bad. Now the game was so lopsided that star get my post-game arrangements together and i had missed that he dunked while the team was up more than thirty in the fourth quarter that was his first on the season. So like i had a dog and we add seen it done tonight. Washed gay the games. You gotta watch like wow. This is not the impression that i wanted to make. And then paul went and did devastating dunks for it seemed like every game for the rest of the month now when he came back. He hasn't been dunking very much. He's managing this issue. It's basically swelling. The bone in one of his toes doesn't sound pleasant right and the craziest is. This was the only basket that he made in that fourth. Quarter against the pistons but it was so memorable and i just was like you know what when in doubt dunk so was great moment. Great to see.
Lawmakers Unveil Legislation for Veterans Exposed to Toxic Burn Pits
"Burn pits have made them ill. More than three million American veterans may have come in contact with dangerous fumes while serving overseas. Get more from CBS is Kris Van Cleave. To get help from the V. A suffering veterans have to first provide a direct service connection between their ailments and burn pit exposure should not be left to veterans to dig in their own pockets, do their own research to hire their own lawyers to prove that there were exposed New legislation from New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand would make the process easier. Requiring a veteran proved only they were deployed in an area where burn pits were used in order to qualify for help from the Via waste ignited by jet fuel is burned in those giant pits. Former Daily show host Jon Stewart. Is part of the effort to get the via into doing more for veterans who are exposed to the burn pits Woman from Revere, facing charges for allegedly running a prostitution business out of a day spa she owns
Can Netflix help solve the Isabella Stewart Gardner art heist?
"Now on the eighteenth of march nineteen ninety stole thirteen works of art including masterpieces by rembrandt and vermeer from the isabella stewart gardner museum in boston massachusetts. The extraordinary story of that night and thirty years of investigation and intrigue that followed the subject of a new four part series on netflix. Could this is a robbery. I spoke to jeff siegel producer of the series about the greatest art host in history. Jeff to begin with. Let's set the scene. What happened in march. Nineteen ninety at the golden museum in boston. So saint patrick's day night in boston march seventeenth into the eighteenth. Nineteen ninety two men dressed as police officers. Ring the doorbell for the security desk at the isabella stewart gardner museum and are buzzed in pretty quickly by the guard on duty and without much effort are able to lower the guard away from the security desk away from the only panic button leading to the outside world and are able to can him have him call down the other security guard who is on the rounds and you know in just a matter of minutes. Basically taking control over the whole museum fairly effortlessly it seems like The protocol was that that it shouldn't be that easy but it turned out to be that easy and the two men obviously turn out to. Police officers handcuffed the the two guards and tie them up down in the basement of the museum before going on and eighty one minute excursion through the museum and stealing thirteen pieces of art including a few masterworks. That are just unbelievably priceless. A rembrandt storm on the sea of galilee. Another rembrandt ladies and gentlemen in black. The vermeer one only thirty four thirty five in the world. The concert as well as the one of the more curious ones being the matinee stolen from the blue room downstairs the shea tour tony as well as a few other a few other items that are not necessarily of such great value monetarily or as well known which is part of. What's kind of confounding about what what was stolen there. They stole a five day. Gos- sketches but also a chinese who and the final from an opole jahic flag which are two items. That just don't a lot of people don't really seem to fit in with everything else that was stolen
Hollywood Icon and Chicago Native Kim Novak On Her Relationship With Art
"That is the opening theme to the 1958. Hitchcock thriller Vertigo, starring Jimmy Stewart. And Kim Novak came out of what's known as Hollywood's golden age, but for many studio actors working at that time Things weren't always so golden. Kim Novak was one of Hollywood's top box office stars, which meant she faced a grueling work schedule. The studio system put huge pressure on her and she suffered abuse. Luckily, she had a coping mechanism. Hurt. Until one day. She left. Chemist now in her late eighties, And earlier this year, she put out a book of her paintings called Kim Novak, her art and life. I was so delighted. Get the chance to talk to Kim Novak from her home in Oregon. Kim, How are you? I'm five dogs. Thank you. I'm excited to talk to you today about art because people know you as a movie star, But I know art was your first love and you'd won scholarships to study fine art at the prestigious Chicago Art Institute. Wanted art give you growing up? Well, it gave me many things. But I would say mostly courage because I felt confident in my ability for one thing, but I felt confident. And being able to forge ahead with my own and trust my feelings and my instincts. And for me, it was always about feelings, because I I need to get that out of me. I don't like keeping in feelings locked in. I want them expressed. And every time I get a feeling a strong feeling, I'm at my easel. I've got Three easels going at one time, because sometimes I've got more feelings going on that one time I mean it For me. It has become such a wonderful experience, because no, I'm not in films. I could dedicate my whole life to it because it seems like you were on the
Figuring It Out With Bethenny Frankel
"We've got a great show for you today. With self made serial entrepreneur and bravo's star bethany. Frankel you probably know her as one of the original cast members of the real housewives of new york city as a guest shark on shark tank or as a runner up on martha. Stewart's the prentice spinoff show as ceo and founder of the skinny girl brand and be strong her disaster relief initiative it's cleared bethany is a natural born dealmaker and proven business woman. She's here to teach us all about the highs and lows of entrepreneurship how to tune out the naysayers and how to step into our own voice. Welcome to the show bethany. Were so glad you're here. Thank you so much. i'm excited. Yeah well. I want to start with this. I thought we could go back to the early days. I always like to know what people were like as little girls. So what was little bethany like. Can you tell me about her. I was similar to the way i am now. I always be to my own drum. I've always been. I was an only child. And i moved around a lot. I went to so many different schools. Thirteen different schools so i was always used to being new and i was grown up very very early. So as a little girl. I was adventurous and independent and alone a lot very analytical. Because i was alone a lot so i was sort of coming up with my own imagination and creativity and i saw a lot of crazy things i worked at the race. Track is very little kid. I would get up at five o'clock in the morning and go to the racetrack to be what they call a hot walker when they excise the horses and then you have to wash them and cool them doubt not though like driving race. Track the horse race. Track the horse. Okay cool. I was very independent as well. My parents were both working out of the house and a feel like that's what led me to be sort of entrepreneurial like i had to learn how to solve problems for myself at such a young age so i feel like maybe that's something we have in common.
Fine Art in Photography with Stuart Graham
"Are doing fine art. We're doing intentional camera movement. We're going to have a lot of fun and we're talking with one of the master. Practitioners of stewart graham store is in the uk as endeavour county on the south coast of the island. And you know his work from the frames. Facebook page is unmistakable. It's beautiful it's evocative. It is fine art photography. i think At its very best stewart. Welcome how are you doing over there today. Yes some good scott. Thanks to me. It's my pleasure. There's an awful lot that i want to talk about in not only in terms of your work but in in the technique of it and the aesthetic of it but one of the questions. I always find it immensely. Fascinating is how people came to the particular vision that they have you say on your website that when you thirteen year. You're older brother gave you a camera. And that moment you knew you were going to be a professional photographer. Tell me about that. Why why that moment. Something just clicked. He bought a zenith. Em o. is in es think it was. I asked if could you know if i could have a hold of it and he said yep but you know. Make sure you're doing drop. It and i was sat on the on the sofa next to him and i- i- framed his head and that was just it. It was almost like an epiphany it was like. This is what i want to do from now wondering but how how did you know. We're we're in the pre digital age here so you didn't have an image to look at afterwards. What is it about the act of framing. That got you excited there. It was just one of those things. I just thought this is amazing. And he'd already explained to me. You know how an esa works in the light comes. Through the lens hits the mirror it goes through the prism. And what you see in the viewfinder is what you will say. Yeah that was it. I thought wow you know we. We can capture things just like this. This is this is
Every Game is a Home Game Pepsi
"If your pets per your Stewart first and foremost, everybody's from Pittsburgh My Father's Side him. My mother's side all users and proud of it off the year after the Immaculate Reception 1973. We got season tickets and I've been going to games ever since. Patrick's my son when he got to be sixteen years old. The stipulation was well, you can go you have to drive. Okay. Well, it was worth passing kind of Seventeen years 18 years or whatever, you know, which is a blast. We're 5:00 rush from the talk. Just out of habit. He sat on the left off on the right and to celebrate the good and go through the bad with your dad. You can't beat that. With my lovely wife Mana love of my life. You got married, maybe 5 she was against her too. She loves the Steelers. She made on her Terrible Towel that was there ready to grab when necessary she Drew and scream and yell and her last three years. She had been in the hospital every three or four months or something. So she passed away last October 18th. I mean I miss her tremendously, but the memories are there and nobody can take that away from me always have those pictures. That's what you want. Finger, I got a chance to it was actually their anniversary of 2018. There was an episode that he had here the week later that he was diagnosed with cancer. I went through the chemo and radiation. So hopefully it doesn't come back last year over the end of last year was sort of just a blur. So I'm going to kind of start fresh with this season. I'm in kind of the games this past Thursday morning came up. I just missed that being there. That's why I'm really bummed for this year that you gotta look out for the greater. Good could really use a few games with 60,000 plus together. But what else do you do then just adapt and make the best of it. Down here. How you doing? I'm doing wonderful. It's a pleasure to me than they do pleasure to meet you wanna thank you so much. First of all, I want to tell you on behalf of Pepsi and distillers. We know you can't make it to the game this year. So we wanted to bring the 60. You got a beautiful girl. I know what it's like to lose something you love. So we just want to make sure we brought it to you. Thank you. They feel the same. I kind of felt my modem up there for like, yeah, it's like off a moment and a girl front of you them. Even the toughest times you leaned on the people that you love the most. Yeah, we have each other and that's good enough for me.
News Corp to Buy Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's Consumer-Publishing Arm
"In London. Simon I in Fox News major publishing business has been sold. News Corp is buying Houghton Mifflin Hardcourts Consumer publishing business That's paying $349 Million Dhmh unit includes the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Martha Stewart titles and the Carmen San Diego books. It also publishes George Orwell. Philip Roth and its Children's books also include the little blue truck, Curious George And the Polar Express. The sale will help hoping to pay down debt and focus on its digital first education strategy.
Deepfakes, Shallowfakes And Cheapfakes
"Thought we kick off with talking about what is deepfake. Which is kind of i think. Like an urban slang and then there's also and also other terms turnaround like faceswap face reenactment. Fake shallow. what. These are fake. That's the fun of modern existing striped different. Domes created different people so the term deepfake probably has caught on the most. Because kinda for interesting phrase when i was coined but sort of set of pranksters created those images video. They were to kind of fun stewart. One was that. Hey this is a fake image using deep learning. What is deep learning deep. Learning is the name given to one approach to machine learning which uses neural networks and unit. Networks have been around for many decades. They were around when i was a graduate student and we used to laugh at them saying they can really don't do anything interesting. But typically they were redressed and then folks who worked on them kept persisting and the reached a point where we had enough computing capability to create new lennox that had many layers so typically neural network was You input some rector and then they're izzo middle input layers middle layer output layer and These neurons which mimic how the new ron's and the brain are connected. And based on the inputs these all the connections have some weights since some output values created and based on outward value. They will say yes. Some note right so for example simplest examples in those early days was if i give you say the temperature the pressure Whether it's cloudy unawed a tier four features input. I want you to be. I want a new leads to predict whether it'll rain or not. If the number outputs to say less than treasured say ask you say no rain if it's about the assay rain
3 arrested in Virginia Beach shootings
"Three people arrested on charges including Polonius assault after police say they opened fire during some sort of fight at the Virginia Beach resort area Friday. They are 22 year old Eyman, Adam's 18 year old Mike was Baker and 21 Year old 20 Year Old Deaf endorsee Junior. A second shooting nearby left 29 year old to Shala Harris dead. In a third shooting A cop shot and killed 25 year old
NASCAR’s Cup Series is dirt racing for first time in 50+ years
"For the first time you know fifty years. The nascar cup series is going dirt racing this week in the bristol. All were jeff gordon. Clint boyer and the rest of the nascar on fox grew got got. You covered starting tomorrow on. F s one in coverage of the race is sunday at two eastern fox brandon. I'm excited i know citing you literally talk about it every day you tell us. What are you looking forward to this weekend. Well is the best season ever in nascar. You guys got tune in. And i'm gonna do right now. You guys don't even have to watch this race. Okay you got. You got the series. And i'm gonna tell you who's going to win his about to be made me. You got stewart freezing. You got the dirt. Racer from the northeast. And he's actually competing in both the truck and the cup series
Kristen Stewart Is Princess Diana in New Image from Upcoming Film Spencer
"New images of Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana have hit the Internet. Today, she is wearing a replica of Princess Diana's famous engagement ring. Now this is all for an upcoming movie called Spencer, which naturally is going to be a about Diana Spencer is this is this is like feature. Is this like a in theaters? Or is this for US streaming service? This is a major motion picture eyeing a theatrical release. But if that's the word Was looking for. Yeah, Who knows? These days? The film is hopefully anticipating a fall 2021 release. Perfect. So you have that look forward to or not? It's just there's a lot of royal things happening. I'm kind of royal doubt for right now. I'm just gonna wait for the next season of the
Maryland businessman offers to buy Tribune newspaper company
"Maryland businessman has offered to buy the Tribune Publishing media company that owns the Baltimore Sun, The Chicago Tribune and other newspapers. Choice Hotels. International Chairman Stewart Behnam offered 650 million for the company. But the Chicago based company's board is already endorsed a $630 million offer from another busy bitter New York hedge fund al Din, Global capital. Tatum has said he wants to turn the sun into a nonprofit.
Margaret Cho's Asian Chicken Salad
"Is margaret. Show is sometimes completely. Forget that i'm asian. I totally forget. When i'm reminded it's a bit of a shock i was on i was on a plane and stewart was coming on the aisle serving lunch to everyone and he's coming down. The aisle is sale. It can sell it asian chicken cell and he gets to me and he's like chicken salad
Minneapolis Agrees To Pay $27 Million To Family Of George Floyd
"Minneapolis. Today's settlement reflects our shared commitment to advancing racial justice Mayor Jacob Fry after the city agreed to pay $27 million to settle the federal civil rights suit by George Floyd's family. Floyd, who was black, died last May after Derek Show. Vinh, a former Minneapolis police officer, who is white pressed his knee against his neck for about nine minutes. Family attorney Chris Stewart warns other cities if you don't fix the policies that are happening. And you'll be famous again. Because we are making sure that black lives and black value. Will Be understood. After four days of jury selection and Children's trials, seven people have been seeded the judge set aside three weeks for jury selection with opening statements no sooner than March 20
Minneapolis reaches "historic" settlement with George Floyd's family
"Has reached a civil settlement that attorney Ben Crump says will send a powerful message that black lives do matter. The city of Minneapolis has agreed to pay $27 million to settle a civil lawsuit from George Boyd's family over the Black Man's death in police custody. Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Fry appeared at a news conference on Friday with members of George Boyd's family and their attorneys a centuries in the making reckoning. Around racial justice flight. Family attorney Chris Stewart said the decision may affect other cities trying to decide if they should get rid of no knock warrants or choke holds. Do we want to change these policies? They have 27 million reasons now why they should Freud's nephew, Brandon Williams, So it's a huge step in the healing process. Meanwhile, Judge Peter Cahill is reinstated a third degree murder charge as jury selection continues in the trial of the former officer who held his knee on George Flights neck for nearly nine minutes. I'm Jennifer
Floyd family agrees to $27M settlement amidst ex-cop's trial
"The family of George Floyd has reached a civil settlement that attorney Ben Crump says will send a powerful message that black lives do matter the city of Minneapolis has agreed to pay twenty seven million dollars to settle a civil lawsuit from George Boyd's family over the black man's death in police custody Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye appeared at a news conference on Friday with members of George Boyd's family and their attorneys a centuries in the making of reckoning around racial justice my family attorney Chris Stewart said the decision may affect other cities trying to decide if they should get rid of no knock warrants or chuckles do we want to change these policies they have twenty seven million reasons now why they should place nephew Brandon Williams this is a new step in the healing process meanwhile judge Peter Cahill is reinstated to third degree murder charge as jury selection continues in the trial of the former officer who held his knee on George place neck for nearly nine minutes I'm Jennifer king
"r. stewart" Discussed on The Auideo Show
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"r. stewart" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"Right back to back to is welcome back. Hi Dale. Let's paypal this morning. Kevin cold and we have a mandate Stewart is in the studio with is just a little bit excited about to walk in rbis. No I'm not going okay. Good nervous. No maybe it's got waste my time. The voice I know you. Oh man well. Welcome everybody Tuesday Wednesday. Wow March eleventh. All that part right. I did have either way on Wednesday when you said yesterday was national. Or whatever Mario Day did not put together like the. It's spelled out Mario yesterday so I didn't. I didn't tell right now. Oh really makes more sense so I I didn't get that either. God we're great host. I I mean I I mean I bring stuff to the table and you just shoot it down. I feel like you can follow us on social media. Yes please. We're on their instagram twitter YouTube. All that fun stuff and are native website. Idaho DOT COM check out. Leave us a review and download what we have the APP. Cool new APP. Check it out on the APP store type in a U. I D. E. O. Five stars only five star only abby reviews they actually we turn the thing. Where if you're leave less than five? It doesn't even accept it had just trashes formal Yeah if you want to hear today. Show live on Idaho Dot Com and the APP is twenty four hours a day streaming those ones. I Internet radio station by the way this will also be on the replay channel. Yes it will in a couple of days. Yes it will so tune back in if you want to hear it again Kevin Likeness for how you doing. Man never been better good. Today is National OATMEAL NUT Waffles Day. Oh Wow not. Just waffled. Bill OATMEAL OATMEAL OATMEAL OATMEAL nut. On I'm the one that's nervous. That's funny how are you? I'm all right I went to bed early last night. So I'm feeling a little bit better for you I saw nine o'clock and I was like bedtime. Everybody panicked the lights off. I'm going and I got to bed pretty early. So what's your? What's your your routine before you get ready for bed a lot. A lot of people just do like you know. GotTa turn off electronics. Bumper Blah. Actually can't sleep if I don't watch TV before I go to bed. I'm one of those people I'm bad I like turn on something brainless like the office or something that I've seen before. And then just sit there and you know when it's about time to pass out. I just shut it off and go to bed. You actually shut it off to see my role until it turns off you. Yeah Yeah well because all wake up in the middle of the night and it'll still be running and then I'll get pissed at myself so I'll usually just turn it off for I go to bed Yeah not much of a routine but you know I'll Cook. Dinner I barbecued last night. He didn't invite me for the first time in the springtime baby. No you didn't invite March eleven marks Paneth. I know I'm not going to invite you. Basically we don't know a date is today but we're here or what day was yesterday. Besides waffles in Mario Pretty Much Amanda Stewart. Day Is Stuart. I like how the Artists have started just like it's a Wednesday thing now like what we did. That's what we do. It's decided and every Hump Day. It's fourth artist spotlight day. Well what do you have on tap today? Besides just wanted Amanda Stewart mentioned. One thing before a man gets here and it's for something that's going down next. Friday March twentieth. It's this it's amazing. Competition is put on by mountaintop. They're calling it tough fast. If you don't know what mountain tough is. It's it's basically cross fit on steroids but they train you to be a good like hunter like back country so if you kill something in the back country you're able to actually carry out with you so it's an core strength and People there that put it on our awesome. I did it last weekend for the very first time. It is hard. How'd you do? I didn't finish. Oh no first time. I've never been able to finish workout but you know I'm not giving up. They are doing next Friday March twentieth. Doing something called heroes in horses since the competition dinner. It's a team of force. You can get all four dudes all four girls two of each whatever you WanNa do It's twenty five dollars to do this. Tough fest starts at five thirty and then do it again at nine but it all goes all proceeds go to heroes and horses and what that is. It's A. It's a program for veterans to get them more off of medications when they come back for more and more on how to deal with just what they have going on. So it's it's something I think we need to talk about. More is old veterans and their wellbeing ingest their inner strength. And what they need to recover to be. You don't track. Yeah absolutely so. Check that out. we will all posted all. Oh Yeah let's tweet it out. I'll tweet out the links you can sign up to that okay Twenty Five Bucks next Friday Nice. I like that a couple of things going on today in Bozeman. The Malay Eleventh. What's it? country throwback night at. Rockin are bar called they play Brooks and Dunn you think. Oh Yeah it's Maria on throw my Maria achey breaking up plans tonight. Randy Travis twiddle. Is that the realtor that is tonight old out good for them. Yeah that's Kinda sweet does an awesome venue Sounds like moth will be opening for them. Local band What else we got boots inbred. That's GONNA be become Bucci free class. You can hear the art of how to make Kombucha and sour dough bread. So check that out of sour dough. Bread I don't see like I love it and B. Y. O. J. Bring your own jar that's kind of funny What else we got. We got an art. Excuse me Arthur. We got an author talk at country. Bookshelf we at six PM. Who is it is a say. Sm Halse Nice Today is also the first five Cape. Brewery run.
"r. stewart" Discussed on The Auideo Show
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"r. stewart" Discussed on Talking Politics
"Leap have a constitution that is under enormous pressure and is essentially I think we all agree in various ways being abused the union is also probably under greater pressure than it has been in our lifetime do you think this tim is going to be another potential breaking point for the Union I mean there is a view view again the johnsons coming collation is the sacrifice of the union is a price worth paying for conservative hegemony in England. I'm very much doubt that that's Johnson's view about Scotland I think we have to distinguish when it comes to the union between the issues in relation to Northern Ireland and the issues in relation to Scotland because I think that there is a possible like direction of travel within the Conservative Party whereby commitment to the Union including northern island may well weaken through time and I think in retrospect what does become clear is the one sort of overriding unbending commitment that Theresa may made through negotiations of the withdrawal agreement was a commitment to Northern Ireland's place in the Union and at the same time not wishing to have any change at all on the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland anything else that she did even freedom of movement during the transition there was bend in it over those questions she didn't bend a tool she was passionate unit ernest when it came to Northern Ireland I think that there's a direction of travel within the Conservative Party that will move away from that kind of commitment and I think that the agreement that Boris Johnson has negotiated has the the unionists in a very difficult position when they're in a very difficult position because they're being asked to agree to something that clearly violates the spirit at least into the practice the Union keeping Northern Ireland in the customs code in particular but divorced been put into a difficult position because this withdrawal agreement unlike the one to resume negotiate it as a consent for Northern Ireland in it and it's based on a majority and the democratic unionists on themselves indeed the whole unionist community is not united although it is the majority Northern Ireland United About Brexit and it's not united about weeding or prioritizing I should say Northern Ireland's position economically within the United Kingdom over North Island economy so I there's lots more tensions to come in the relationship between the Conservative Party and unionism in Northern Ireland I think the paradox in Scotland I think I've said before is that everything in the short term looks like it strengthens the nationalist case in Scotland but everything in the medium to long-term about it happens weakens it because the whole independent project rests on shared European Union membership rested on Scotland was an independent state to get inside the EU rested on Wrestling Kingdom staying in the European Union we've already seen how much difficulty the euro Shuna currency issues call the national in the two thousand fourteen referendum before they have to start dealing with this single market of the United Kingdom verses the market of the European Union facility of a hard border in Scotland so although that I think that this election that concert is certainly seats to the nationalist in Scotland and indeed.
"r. stewart" Discussed on The Corp
"Anything like that that exigent. I've never done that. You have a drink at home by yourself. No stoop dog it. You know what i'm saying. I don't do that yeah. I stoop dog at home. I had one last <hes>. Is it true you don't go down the same same road twice in a day. I try never to go down the selves crease. Explain that you know i'm curious and i might find something down the next street that if i'm going to go down twenty third street on the way to my office every day i know every single nook and cranny on that street but if i go down twenty second street if i don't know if i can go down twenty twenty first twenty. I'm going to see something that i haven't seen before right but it's gotta be annoyed. The the other day the other day i found a store that has only wheels in it so it's a store of meals and so you can get reels for any size table leg any size cart any size anything in this story cheer when you came in there like finally someone's come in and i was so happy i took a whole catalogue home now and i found the missing from one table that sounded. I don't think you'll store riveting tastic. Oh man thank you so much martha. We appreciate it. There's been a lot of fun and i hope i wasn't kevin boring go. You were fantastic. Yes barstool no good. They're gonna love you. Don't sit on barstools area. Okay there there we go. That's another tip uh..
"r. stewart" Discussed on The Corp
"The new sweater. It's a down vest. Dow cozy warm cool whatever you want it to be say. The fall is the best season. I like every season. That's a cop out. Spring spring follows when you go you. Can you know you get the sweater you get the hot cocoa you get the quiche at spring is rebirth in spring is green and springs flowers and okay a lot of rain to the last one was <hes> show ponies. Do you have any. I have the trail ponies i have. I have frisians. Have you ever seen a free. No they're very large okay. They would be the right size for you should have seen it glad you're blurry. Picture yep beautiful beautiful large black horses from holland okay tales touch. The ground means long have six <music> damn imagine martha stewart's like home and connecticut before yeah. It's just a fairyland right. It's a very long yeah so martha that last one for me and we are so honored and i actually think there's a beer are most <hes> her podcast has been so fun to to hear your story and so inspiring. You guys have done your research. I congratulate you well. Speaking of research we paul we pulled our listeners and they wanted to questions questions answered so here. They are number one. How do you look so beautiful. What do you do for health and wellness exercise and to what's your daily nutrition look like well. I have a gym at home and you would be very proud of my gym. My daughter alexis built it for me. Wow i had pretty much all the equipment i haven't. I haven't gotten the <hes> t._r._x. From the ceiling to get those because i have to figure out how to get attached to them but i like i like going to the gym. I also like hiking uh-huh horseback ride every week. Wow that's good. That's really good for your legs. They're not quite like jennifer's but they're pretty good and and <hes> and nutrition i eat. Will i grow almost all my food. Even in the winter i describe eating well green juice for the morning that i that i make out of my own spinach and my own mentioned my own <hes> cucumbers the things that grow in my greenhouse during the winter and outside during lunch and for lunch vol- today we ate a sort of a heavy lunch today. I don't usually go out to lunch. I'll eat a nice piece of fish in the salad very light lunch dinner and dinner. I i like having having dinner but <hes> but for the last couple of months i haven't been drinking any alcohol and trying not to eat too much sugar and then late night snack. You're starving one in the morning running. Not i'm not i'm not a snacker pass and i never ever ever drink alone at home or anything like that that exigent. I've never done that. You have a drink at home by yourself. No stoop dog it. You know what i'm saying. I don't do that yeah. I stoop dog at home. I had one last <hes>. Is it true you don't go down the same same road twice in a day. I try never to go down the selves crease. Explain that.
"r. stewart" Discussed on The Corp
"Well no i am. I am not a billionaire any longer. Jail took care of that. It was not not that was one thing that really hurt. Me was a ah financially. I got hurt but i'm again. I'm resilient so <hes> my the kinds of investing i like to do i like to invest in <hes> what's interesting at the at the moment so it's tech i invested in apple and google in early early investor in google through kleiner perkins that was one of their best best best stocks amazon early. Those are those are the those are the companies that i ted impress me with their with their on tremendous originality <hes> and with they're very curious way of building businesses about netflix. I have net flicks. Yes netflix because again that's a roll up of new technology and and that reed hastings boy he has not taken his eye off the prize berkshire-hathaway really think no although i i love i love warren buffett and truly invest invest in berkshire hathaway but i think amazon's done better than berkshire-hathaway amazing yeah so but but you know i just i just like i i like. I like technology a lot and i think that that a._i. Now we have to we have to pay attention because not not that it's going to completely take jake over but it's going to certainly create a new way of working about facebook an early investor. What's your approach to twitter and instagram. I find it fascinating. I was reading up about it. You you had a little stint. They were you just wouldn't stop talking about triscuits. He took that blurry picture horse. What's what's behind the martha stewart social media like what's going on the response to something like like i did a onion soup. That was so lucious on. I took a picture of it. It looked delicious evil roast you oh they've hated me. How dare you take an ugly picture of onion soup like that. You know put your onion super near the broiler melted cheese and it's going to look like that and when you get in the restaurant that's what it looks like but obviously you're only looking in magazines. You've never made an onion sup- <hes> so there's a hater so what is the <hes>. I love twitter from day one. I just thought it was the the greatest idea and unfortunately now it is the greatest idea of of someone else who treats away way too much and and it's taken some of the some of the luster has left twitter although i still invest in it it's still on my investments. I i think it's a great way to do an instantaneous survey for example and i've impressed a lot of a lot of partners by doing i went to a grocery chain and i did a did a <hes> the instantaneous genius <hes> piece of research for them. What you really like about this particular store and what you by hearing what's your what's your history with this and we got back thousands and thousands of answers two minutes that impresses people who don't know anything about those days now. Everybody knows what twitter is but again. These are the kinds of things that i run. I want to keep up with <hes> instagram again early adopter. You have to be because look what's happened to instagram amazing insulating. J.lo's instagram amazing are all she's like you. She has the rare ability to to communicate with the masses and land her point as well does anyone if you were broke today in twenty one twenty one years old martha twenty and nineteen twenty years old broke. What would you do to a creative business. It'd be a student. Probably more love got accepted congratulations i would be there would be accepted. No it wouldn't let me look who shit for brains being honest here i would be m._i._t. And i would be working really really hard on some sort of software a i would ever fascinating what is coming next is what's fascinating listening to me. I also like cameras. I like photography so i just got a new camera from d._j. It's this little tiny camera with a gyroscopic skopje a top on it that focuses you can focus it right on your face and you can turn the camera this way but it's still focusing just on you how much oh it's it's like four hundred dollars..
"r. stewart" Discussed on The Corp
"Characteristics. You're looking forward to bring her on t organization well. I would love anybody. It's not only earlier her. I've prided myself on having originally it was probably about sixty five percent women and the rest man and then it got to be a little little bit more even as we did more and more in business and not just in in the creative but more business things it. It's like having a balanced company. I think it's really hey great to have every kind of person working for you. Because then you get an insight into what everybody needs and my other when i talk about things that we need is a company. I i have to know what people need and what people want and i'm very good at that because i really use myself as a sort of a guide to the rest of the company because what i need and what i want is pretty much in sync with what our customers need. Even though i might have more money than than many of our customers i still need christmas decorations right. I still need a christmas tree. Throw pillows. I still need yes bureau many. He's too many throw pillows. I'm not big on throw pillows and our on our bids have to take off ten pillows at night where you're gonna put them right right right right. How many pills do you have on your bed plenty yes but where do you just them. Fleeing them on the floor remarks yeah and then who picks them up right me. I guess not really i just leave him on the floor pretty much so one of the things we have on this show and we started the whole season one with this is comebacks so alex obviously had his comeback from the year off in baseball. You had a comeback from the m._d. Years when you were months when you were in prison what was that like having a comeback where it's like we have to re imagine myself well. I looks like i didn't i didn't have to reimagined myself. My stock was still very strong. The people who were running my company i i unfortunately my president who i loved so much had to leave because she really didn't quite believe me <hes> and and that's a very difficult difficult time for me because <hes> and i don't know what she would say but i think that's really what the problem was the same one from the mountain yes yeah so and and and so we had had a great run and then so then i replaced her with someone else's as the c._e._o. Of the company they stripped me of my ability to serve on the board and and also serve as an officer for certain amount of time which was a terrible unfair thing but we won't get into but so i i was not in bad shape. I felt strong. I felt i felt that that part of my life was over. I was not thinking in about the past. I was only thinking about the future and i'm very good at that. I'm very good at not dwelling on the bad right. I'm good at that came back stronger and and better and more beautiful than ever any lessons you can. I know i learned martha some incredible lessons along my way but i screwed up in a big way and coming back. I felt like it came back. Better person more grateful better father all of the above if you can do that then you have one and nobody can take that away from you and i think that i also felt. I felt it was not pleasant. I'm kidding. I can say that it and say it and say it and i'll write about it in my autobiography hundred hundred book. Yes hundred gonna brag yeah but it's but you just have to believe in yourself and you have to believe that you are the good person you are and you have to people. When you hear somebody saying oh spring behind your back you just have to turn around and smile and that's all you can do any doubts along the way i had doubts because things creep up in your mind and even forgot hit a lot of home runs. I said holy shit. Maybe just not meant to be you ever happened..
"r. stewart" Discussed on The Corp
"Wow yeah so she's sharon. Patrick namus is and she worked with the dolans wins on madison square garden city and all that stuff and she but she had a lot of good ideas along with my ideas and we started martha stewart living omnimedia yeah and that omnimedia was a new way of thinking about taking a media company martha stewart with the magazines <hes> and books and then wrapping it with tv wrapping it with the internet was just becoming popular. Can you imagine nine hundred ninety ninety and the internet was just become a thing. It's not so long ago. It wasn't really a thing for another fifteen was real thought we made use of it right away. Our magazine was the first magazine to be digitally produced while on the apple computer pioneer we really and i bought my first computer in nineteen eighty you too so i was an early adopter i even got invited by by bill gates and those guys out in the west coast on chew silicon valley to to <hes> to a meeting eating of early adopters of the computer yeah because i was early but i sort of thought i sort of knew what the computer could do for us and <hes> and it has done a lot more than what i even envisioned yeah so during that stretch when you are killing it in the nineties and your brand is just going off to a different level. Was there ever a moment where you're like. You know what i'm martha stewart now. I don't have to do the research on everything everything. I i put in my books or talk about on my shows kanda not half but i think that happens a lot of times with people but if you read any if my books from from nineteen eighty two entertaining all the way until the present you will find them extremely well researched hardly a mistake tapu anything. We're very very proud of the publications and our magazines the same way. It's one of the best written magazines we've always prided ourselves on and finding other like-minded people to work on our projects with us. Our editors are fantastic editors. The magazines now being edited by a woman called elizabeth graves raves well educated young mother who's a very good editor and she has her fingers on the pulse of the reader now right you have to always make sure that you are touching that current reader and the reader's a diverse group now and our our audience is very diverse because i've i have spread out the demographic a lot by doing something so surprising as a show with snoop talk to see that means that has that has broadened the our demographics so much not only ethnically but also age wise and so that's why your daughter's like me and your wife likes me and hopefully you you like me or understand a love me of but that's why i think because i have never i always believed that people wanna learn and and as a as a teaching business we're in teaching business. I think that if you if you ever for one moment don't believe that your reader or your your customer doesn't wanna learn then you're you're a lost soul interest because they have to they have to you have to think the way they want hires so many <hes> great people if you're one of our listeners and you come to the job and martha stewart is interviewing you hypothetical i._q. Cutie q what's more important and number. Two is what it for certain characteristics..
"r. stewart" Discussed on The Corp
"I was already out on helicopter. Don't mind. I don't mind both i like both because i'm a tall toll leading and i wouldn't mind some some nice big long. That's wrapped around me camping camping in a horror movie right. I read that as well dated anthony. Oh my gosh and all i could think of was was hannibal lecter liver with some really believe me. I'm sorry i won't scarred scarred. Everyone okay. We're gonna get back on track. That was fun. We have more fun coming but i i wanted to ask a serious question about being a female in a billionaire. The self made billionaire first female self made billionaire the impostor posture syndrome that a lot of women talk about and feeling like you know maybe they don't belong in a boys club. Did you ever have that you refine that he's just asked about imposter syndrome now now on saturday. I didn't hear quite quite correctly and i didn't know what she was talking about imposter syndrome but i know what you're talking about. No i never never felt that. I was brought up. Remember i had three tough brothers. I had a tough father. The eagle scouts were at our the house. All the time in the football team came for saturday breakfast after a big football game in the morning and so no i did not feel at all intimidated aided by men. I never felt that. I was not as good as any man. I never felt like any man was going to put me down and and i have a motto that women in business baby don't cry. That's my motto and that's that has held me. I kept me in a very strong. You can't cry. You can't wind. Can't you can wind. Actually i think windings okay but you you can complain but you cannot cry or show a kind of silly weakness. Don't don't think femininity is gonna get you out of any business. Problems russia's not i come obviously from team sports for twenty five years playing in the major leagues and it was always about team. You can build a great business by yourself but you build a conglomerate. Tell us what how important your team has been. And how do you find people on the way well. When i started the business i met my first president climbing mount kilimanjaro and she and i climbed up that difficult mountain it's not so easy and we talked all the way up about you know no if she asked me she was from mackenzie harvard law school harvard business school and she we talked all the way up that that long hike and at a <hes> at the high altitude about what would make a good business and i had already formulated in my mind the martha stewart living magazine and and we talked about what extensions kind of synergies could happen with that kind of publication and and we came to in agreement by the end of the trip that we would work together. It was really nice. We had sandy pittman with us to do. You remember sandy pittman. No sandy pittman was one of the first women to do all seven peaks. Remember her into thin air. I'm out well she. She got all that trouble at mount everest and although she made it to the top up in most of our team members died remember that was scary and i was supposed to be on that trip and i was going to go to base camp with her. Okay got got it and and then we were going public. That's when we started. That's why we were planning our i._p._o. So the the bankers sitting not such a great idea and i got him out every right now so i didn't go and then they had all that trouble but but i like those kinds of women who are really go getters and doers and and i still hang out with a lot of people like susan marino we know who's here today with us who build their own own thing <hes> do their own thing but what about her in their walk up the harvard business woman and plus free because she was very smart she started e._s._p._n..
"r. stewart" Discussed on The Corp
"I am the daughter. Second daughter of six kids and my parents were both teachers. My father was like an illusion shooter. You know he would teach teach me how to speak and he always said your voice matters and you sound like you're from the boondocks. You know have a nice voice nice speaking speaking voice so when i had to give a talk at school or if i had to debate on the debating team and i tried all that stuff he he would advise me and tell me if i sounded good or not my mother would make sure that my grammar was correct. She would make sure that that i looked good. She made my clothes and then she taught me how how to make my own clothes and so it was kind of a it was a very nice effort at home and i had that support of home behind me <hes> that it and i and i realized that i could communicate. I didn't really find my voice though my real voice until i wrote that first book that i book nine hundred eighty two i had to be it was forty year old woman at that time married with a child and i didn't know that i was a good writer. I had written in college of course but i didn't know i was really a good writer and then i realized realized i could i could sit down and write a book and that was fun yeah yeah yeah and and i had learned so much because i built with my husband. We built our <unk> own house. Our first house we restored an old eighteen o five farmhouse in westport connecticut which became a famous house turkey hill it was called and and we did everything i mean i painted. I scraped shingle the roof myself. This is a three story house and i was up there on the roof. Shingling my daughter was up on a extension ladder painting the eaves of the house and she was like ten and she's fearless not at all afraid of heights or anything like that she can talk walk a tight rope rope and that's what we did. We did it ourselves and learned as a result so i wanna go back to you saying that your your tireless i read. Did you sleep four hours night. Is that still the truth. Yeah it depends if i had coffee..
"r. stewart" Discussed on The Corp
"In the nicest possible way and it was the beginning of the brand that book it was the beginning of the <hes> the empire of recipes and content creation that we did ultimately and it was a lot of fun. We have a lot of fun doing it so you you. I think you said yourself that you kind of we're late bloomer in terms of of your career that you have right now that the was it in nineteen ninety when it really kind of took off into that stratospheric wine. That's what i started. The magazine right so so is there. Was there a moment though in that period where you write a first book nine hundred eighty two and then you don't hit the gas pedal till nineteen ninety we have maybe a little self doubt or or is this going to work out. No i never i never thought about doubting my my own ability or the ability to reach a large group of people in the eighties and early nineties. Social media was really p._r. Really reaching people through newspapers. I had a newsletter early on way before you could have a newsletter like a like an internet site. Martha stewart dot com. My internet site was a self made homemade newsletter letter that is sold for a certain amount. I can't remember how many dollars a year i think it may have been sixty dollars a year to subscribers and it came out four to six times a year. Her and i had something like twenty five thousand subscribers and this was a newsletter that we we laid out. We you know we set the type on the table table. It was like it was like primitive right but it was the beginning of my understanding that publicity whichever way you could possibly get it was very important in building a brand and i wasn't afraid of going after newspapers on newspapers at that time we're hungry and they will they still are but the hungry for new and different and i was like a fresh face i was a pretty girl you're pretty forty year old and and <hes> and i had a lot to say and a lot of trusted advice to give so the newspapers latched onto it then syndicated column came <hes> the books took me on tours all all over the united states so i became a sort of a fixture on on news programs from california to florida to texas to austin and and it was a lot of fun and and i was tireless. That's the other thing i was. I had a lot of energy to do that kind of stuff. It's not just self promotion ocean though its promotion of an idea <hes> and if you have a good idea and you have a passion for that idea which i did that and you have very good content meant that backs up those ideas then and i did my research i knew a lot i had been taught by my mother and my father a lot of stuff and i was a college graduate and i they never shirked learning or studying that really started the brand <hes> and one morning. I woke up and i said i think i'm a brand yeah. I think you've made there's a lot of people have ideas not all great but ideas and there's a lot of good writers out there. I think for me what separates who is your incredible ability to communicate at a level that you speak to me my daughter and my mom and we understand. Where did you first of a win. Did you know you're gifted communicator. And where did that. Come mm from..
"r. stewart" Discussed on The Corp
"And that gave me the springboard on into writing books and the books led to the magazine creation martha stewart living magazine and a partnership with time inc they were my first publisher of the magazine and and we had a very interesting sort of stratospheric success with martha stewart living it grew to two and a half two point three million subscribers in a very short period of time yeah yeah it was very successful because it struck a chord with the american housewife <hes> they wanted a needed magazine that taught them how to do things in a beautiful way and it was not like it was not like the family magazines <hes> that preceded it wasn't like the family circle magazine which was more mass market but it really it really spoke to a lot of people so so the interesting thing that i find your career is that you were kind of like a social media media influence or far far before social media because you created a brand that people trusted your tastes and what you are standing behind. At what point were you like whatever i say here. People are going to consume it and i better back it up with choosing the right brand new that in nineteen eighty two when i wrote my first book hold hold entertaining and my publisher was willing to publish the book this my my husband was a publisher of the time and he said he would. I said no no no. I have to be independent. I have to do it with an independent really good publisher and that was crown publishing and <hes> that's before crown was sold to <hes> to random house in random house with solta bertelsmann the a german company and you know it's it's. They're all consolidating but i i knew that i had something to say to women like me that really needed and wanted shit advice on how to make a beautiful home how to cook delicious meals how to entertain their friends and family.
"r. stewart" Discussed on The Corp
"You can use it on yamaha's website. You can use it on amazon. Use it right now. Get that speakerphone yamaha right now. Check them up. You're listening to the court presented by barstool sports. Okay we now have <hes>. Martha stewart the woman who needs no introduction but i'm gonna do it anyway. Emmy award winning television show hosts entrepreneur bestselling the author of ninety four books. I self made female billionaire in america ninety four books though let's start there billionaires billionaires better at what point is. Have you written enough books. Oh i'm planning hundreds yeah so that will be my autobiography offi. She's smart time centennial book but <hes> it is a lot of fun to write. I like writing a lot and the writing keeps <hes> <hes> in in my wheelhouse. I i have to do the research. I have to find the words. I have to make sure the book is published correctly. The photos are right. It's hard to write a book but <hes> but i've gotten good at it <hes> <hes> so we have. We're going to go through your entire career. Lustrous career all your successes but i actually wanted to start with a little fun fact that i found and it ties into alex you used to babysit the children of mickey mantle and.
"r. stewart" Discussed on The Corp
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"r. stewart" Discussed on The Corp
"Welcome back to season two of the corp. I am your co host the big cat. I'm here with my co host. Alex rodriguez a rod. It's going to be back to have a second season. I am so excited. You know people everywhere where i go everywhere travelled and been like what's going on with seeing to already. Let's go where hungary and <hes> is going to be. I think even better than season one. I agree and we have a lot in store for everyone so we're doing something a little different. If you remember listening to the corporate season one we dropped everything all at once this season. We're going going to be doing to episodes every tuesday. I believe <hes> and we will pair people together interesting business people. We have kevin bacon and martha stewart this week. We have danika patrick coming up. <hes> stephanie mcmahon all kinds of people from all kinds of walks of life coming up on the corporate season two two so this episode though martha stewart. Maybe my favorite one we've done because she is so energetic so full life. She's written ninety four books or whatever it was. You've known her for awhile now. How that friendship come start yeah. Martha's a force of nature. I i got got to know her back. When i was early days coming to the yankee stadium and she would always sit george steinbrenner seats and would always talk about my my butt in pinstripes. I was like whoa but i've always been a huge fan of hers. I didn't realize how big the conglomerates she built run van in the fact that you know she's not a teenager and she still goes on dating apps. I i just thought the whole thing was awesome. She's such a pioneer and such a role model for everybody. Yes she really is in its. She is definitely <hes> everything about her. You know the the t._v. Host how she's reinvented her career that we talked about <hes> the differences you know the first active recruiter the second career similar yours and i have to ask you this question though <hes> so i'm going to ask a different question for for the intro throw to every single show something a little different for people to the nugget they can get great. <hes> what is we talked about home furnishing with mar- martha stewart and her career and how it is evolved. I'm obsessed with athlete couches. I think athletes have the best couches in the world that the biggest most comfortable couches. What was the first big couch you bought and how much was the first couch i bought was probably in seattle. I was a teenager. I was making good money not like crazy money not like dan cats money waiting for i'm open. I'm getting a bonus issue. Corporal literally yeah <hes> it was a big black black couch and they had in front of course of a big screen t._v. yup and it probably cost. I would say about eight hundred dollars. Oh okay that was nine hundred ninety ninety five or whatever it was but i really do think when you're when you go to an athlete's home and martha stewart probably go against because i don't think she would advise getting enormous oversized couches whenever i go to an athlete's home like that couches pretty <hes> no regular people don't get back out in that that large because they s extra-large or large. I'm talking to my feet. Hang out so you go into an athlete. A bachelor's usually like black leather couch too big screen t._v.'s for football games on sundays and stuff yeah. No one can steal this idea but i'm gonna say it because this is a business podcast but a hank can attest to this. I've had the idea of doing a coffee table. Book exclusively of aptly fleet couches. I love it right by kazan. You're looking at the couch while you're sitting on the couch. It's a whole it's a whole mellow biden. That'd be a bonus share there. We go perfect okay before before we get into our interview with martha stewart a quick word from our sponsor linked in so when i got hired for the corp i didn't go through lincoln and and you probably wish that we had gone through. I did yeah and ended up with me. So that right there tells you why you should use. Lincoln and hiring is in simple as putting an ad in the paper posting into job board when you're juggling hiring with everything it takes to grow your businesses importantly reach the right can't at the right time..
"r. stewart" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"Website used to be the good news club dot com or better way for people to connect with you and your work like for those interested to be able to sort of follow you stuff and presently read binding my website so you can follow my work on my Twitter feed, which is cap. Stewart, k t h s. The f. t. w. a. r. t. I've not been tweeting a lot because I'm working on a new book about the rise of the religious right from Bloomsbury publishing. It should be coming out in twenty twenty and I e tweet out my article. They appear mostly these days than the times. It's probably hard because it's the Caesar changing, right? I mean, there's so much happening in this Connecticut environment that writing about the right. It's it's almost like moment by moment, journalism, right about that. But I'm encouraged that more people are taking this issue seriously. I think for a long time, people didn't really want to look at the rise of the religious, right? Because it was also religion and look. It'd be election nights a world if we could all respect one another right to believe it or not believe we choose and have you know questions about policy and politics without regard to that five at world. But the fact that there is a group in our society, one group that seeks to rewrite the laws and claim a place of. Privilege and roll back much of the progress that we've achieved over the past decade. And I think in a must confront that fact, we're not going to be able to really understand what's happening in our politics today. Catherine Stewart's always a pleasure to speak with you. I will put your Twitter link in the description box of this broadcast all my best on the new book coming out in twenty twenty. And in the meantime, we'll just keep kicking and everybody vote in the midterms. Okay. Thanks again. Thank Thank you you so so much. much. Thinking envious on Facebook and Twitter, watch dozens of original videos on the thinking..