16 Burst results for "Rachel Okay"
"rachel okay" Discussed on RISE Podcast
"It feels to me like, yeah. It's like, okay. Let's go. And thanks for moving. Thanks for still moving. Of course. But it's just like, I realized something. I realized when I'm in my most power, like I can be in one spot, physically, and things will the rivers around me. But as the river flows, oh, here's the fish. There's my food. Here's this shrub. Here's the covering. And the shit I don't need is on the other side of there, right? Yeah, everything's flowing around me. And that's when I'm in my most power. Versus when I think I'm the river versus when I think that I'm the one who has to fly here, oh, I gotta hit that. I gotta hit that corner. Oh, let me chill with that drop over there, you know? So it's like, okay, when I think I'm the river, this is the social clip, by the way. Fuck, that's good. So it's scary because I'm not moving, but it's like, oh, this is where I need to be. Yeah. I just had this sort of I've never said this to a guest before, but I just had this thought that we're going to be sitting down. In a few years. And we're going to, we're going to talk about this conversation. We will. And we're going to be like, what the fuck? Like you didn't even know what was coming. You didn't even know what was coming. I grew up in. I grew up in the Christian faith. I don't practice it anymore, but it is still very much a part of my upbringing. And there is this story in the Bible that talks about a woman who becomes queen. And I'm not going to give you a whole Bible. So I'm going to butcher it terribly, but essentially she was of Jewish faith and she the king falls in love with her, and even though Jews are oppressed, she becomes a queen. And she very much sort of hides her origin because now she's queen and all these things and her uncle comes to town and she's like, but he's like, what are you doing? And she says, I'm queen now. Like I have that I've been given this thing and I can't tell people who I am or where I come from because he's like, why aren't you fighting for your people? You have power now, why aren't you fighting for your people? She's like, not at these times. Like, yes, I am queen, but right now it's too volatile. Not at this time. I can't make moves at this time. And he's like, you have been given your position for such a time as these. This right now, like you are being put into this place for a very specific reason. And your access and your power is for your people. And I just have this feeling that we're going to sit down in the future. And you're like, I didn't even know what was coming. So I just picked that over you. No, I love that story. I'm gonna look that up. Yeah, I love that. And yeah, yeah, life. You know? Yeah. Like, who knows? Yeah. Yeah, we are non control and yeah. I just think that there's something really special about the work that you're doing. There's something really fucking special about there's not another person who's doing this work who looks like you, who has your story, your specific family, your intentionality, like all of it, and I just feel like, you know, keep at it. Thank you. Keep out it in slow and slow tiny. Yeah, we are visual work that leads to larger systems. And honestly, this conversation has been so low. Yeah. Thank you. Thank you for the time. And we're going to revert back in the future episode to this moment. You're clutching a Golden Globe or an Emmy or whatever and you're like, bitch. You know, if that's true, if that's what's will. But journeys for the journey. Yeah. Let's be proper promoters and say, if people want to hang out with you online, if they want to find out your stuff, they want to find about the work of shift, they want that sweatshirt. Right. Tell us all the details. Yeah, I'm on Instagram and Twitter at costar, the person that's KA USAR, the person. Yeah. That's where to find me. So I'm in appendage is coming out in the fall. Okay. I'm a little scared of scary movies. Okay, wait, can we do this? Of course. Okay, okay. We're going to find you the perfect I think is scary though. Okay, what is everything? Okay, what's the scariest movie ever watched? Now, this is going to be a ridiculous, but in my opinion. Fucking terrified of aliens. I'm really signs is not the water glass. Rachel. Okay, love you. Though. Let me explain. I could cry. Okay. Okay, okay. I was such trauma scene that movie in the theater. I put my jacket on my head. I was so scared I couldn't even leave my seat. And the reason why is because you don't see it. So because you don't see it, my brain came up with things that were so much the fucking scene where she's like, there's a monster outside my room, can I have a glass of water? And just in the background, you see a fucking alien on the roof? Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I can't really, that I'm gonna sound very old, but like Blair witch project. It's brilliant. Yeah. So well done. I was stupid enough to actually believe that that was like real footage. I mean, it might be right now. Yeah, exactly. The marketing was great. So things were you don't see it. Okay. But the ring was terrifying.
"rachel okay" Discussed on POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing
"If you'll join our team, please let us know and they were, again, surprised by the sheer enthusiasm they heard. And they are telling me that more are coming. If not, you know, in the next 24 hours and the next week or so. So this is not the end of it. This, of course, is like a member by member decision, obviously. And you spoke to one member, Greg steube, and he sort of explained his calculus pretty frankly, right? I mean, what did he tell you? It was quite shocking. He was very blond. Stewie, who's been in Congress for 5 years, said that he has on a number of occasions reached out to desantis to try to get a meeting with him to talk about Florida politics, et cetera, and every time he had been snubbed. He said that desantis had done a number of events in his own district, and either he wasn't invited or a few times he was actually invited to do press conferences with desantis. And then when he showed up, he was told that he was not allowed to be part of the event. So he had some choice words about desantis and the fact that desantis all of a sudden wants to be friends with him. Right. He also told me the story about how when he was in the ICU of the hospital after he had this fall cutting trees just a few weeks ago and he actually took time off Congress for this. Trump was one of the first people to call him and ask him how he was doing. He never heard anything from desantis. So right. And this all plays into the narrative that Ron DeSantis for all of his success in Ford is actually been quite aloof and ill suited to sort of the retail politics that you expect from, you know, certainly a governor, but also a president. He doesn't seem to have that sort of back slapping touch. Yeah, that's exactly right. Exactly right. I mean, we've written stories before about Republicans on the hill who have said he's, you know, he was sort of quiet he kept to himself here on Capitol Hill. But a lot of his former colleagues back then were saying they were ready to support him. I do think it's really telling though that Republicans in the Florida delegation easy allies in theory are not. And are flocking to Trump right now. I mean, this is going to be a problem for him. So that was yesterday. What are you watching today, Rachel? Okay, today. So Homeland Security secretary mayorkas is going to be on Capitol Hill and he's going to be testifying before a pretty hostile committee, the House homeland committee, and that comes about 24 hours after a blockbuster story ran in The New York Times where homeland chairman Mark green was reported to have been telling a bunch of Republican donors that he was prepared to impeach mayorkas. So we're definitely going to see some fireworks, I think, in the committee today. We'll be watching. Thanks, Rachel. Thank you. And for your schedule today, as Rachel mentioned, secretary Alejandro mayorkas will be before the House Homeland Security committee at 10 a.m. on the Senate side, the new IRS commissioner Dan warfield will testify before the finance committee for the first time as commissioner at 10 a.m.. And Elton John, yes, that Elton John will testify at a Senate foreign relations committee hearing at 10 a.m. on international aids funding. And here's some news that senators can use. Bloomberg reports that senator Todd young of Indiana has officially inherited the storied candy desk from the retired pat toomey, and
"rachel okay" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show
"Got a family member who is here right now. Christian O'Connell is. The mock up. Sometimes a fool's our way on the show. Hi, man. I guess that was the same as pipe man basically. If you're off to see the footie this weekend, or maybe the storm game in town tonight, we are shouting you pies. Now believe we've got some production for this. That's what happens after you eat too many pie. Yes. Is that it? It's like, you know, it's the ketchup. They've recorded this. They recorded this live this morning. The attention to detail on the show is sometimes unnecessary. This is a a rapper. It really makes the bit, does it? It really, you've won a pie. Put in your expense form for one pie. And wrap up? All right, so who wants free pies this weekend at the footy 9 four one four one O four three. Tell us where you're going to be. We get your pie. The Christian O'Connell show podcast. Hi man is shouting you pies. At the small this weekend, Christian I'm off to the bombers game. On Sunday, sorry to hear that. Doesn't know nothing better to do. Clash of the Titans. Oh, hang on to your hats. Hang on to you. We're going to be sitting level three balcony. Well, we're shouting at pies. It just sounds unpleasant. But then this goes nowhere. It feels like a fire. It feels like something dangerous is happening. It doesn't feel like anything being unwrapped or. Christian oh God. Ears. Time man. All right, let's give away some pies this weekend. 9 four one four one O four three. Beverly. Beverly. 18 points. All right, we got that bit, two pies, and what game are you going to? I'm going to see the storm smash the whisk. All right, so you off to the game tonight. Yes, I am. Okay. Two pies coming your way. Thank you. It's the first one. It's just the other one. There we go. Enjoy there on us. This needs to get, but it doesn't at these sound effects. Here we go here, Cameron. Yeah, poor man, how you going? Yeah, pie man's good. And where are we buying new pie since we can cam? My old man's birthday tomorrow for the collingwood or the pies and our port match tomorrow. So yeah. Should be good. There you go. And then the hacienda's birthday present. Two pies on earth enjoy your dad's birthday on the game tomorrow. Here we go. Ronnie. Hi, man. How are you? Yeah, pie mat. That's great. Give my pies, it's what he loves to do. It's in his DNA. Cut me, I bleed pies. And where are you going, bronnie? Tomorrow. Against saints, yes? Yes. There we go. Pie coming your way. It was sauce on top. Thank you. Enjoy bronnie. Rachel. Good morning. How are you all? Hi man, he's very good, and where are we buying you pies this weekend, Rachel? Okay, the collingwood port Adelaide game this weekend. Say, happy birthday to cam's dad. There we go. You got him a present too. Everyone there. Everyone is going to sing happy birthday. Rachel, enjoy the game tomorrow night, any pies. Four pies for the boys. That's only three. No one gets left out. There we go. Four pies on us, Rachel enjoy. Thanks so much bye man, you're the best. Thank you. He's not my favorite one. I don't want him back actually. Strictly a one off. We've just decided new rule is never coming back. All right, Daryl. For the last time ever. Hello Daryl, would you like a pie? Good morning, Paul man, yes, I'd love to pause. Two pie and where are you going this weekend? What game are you seeing? There we go. That's for you, our Friends. Yes. Everyone's lucky. Down enjoy your pies, enjoy the game tonight. Thanks very much. I said good day. Thank you very much, bye bye, and don't come back. You ain't coming back. The Christian O'Connell show podcast. We had in the show over to you now. If you're trying to sell something, or maybe you're thinking about selling something, we can sell it for you. On 9 four one four one O four three, we got a record price last week from some north Melbourne memorabilia that the reserve price of lady wanted was only about 250 bucks it went for. $820 after beating. Oh, hang on, where's the thing to in here it is? Can I sell it? Yes, you can. Where? On the radio. That's the best one. Best one well done team. All right, 9 four one four one O four three. If you're trying to sell something you want to sell at your next half an hour, let us sell it for you. Lines are open now. What have you got? 9 four one four one O four three. We'll start selling your items next. But Christian O'Connell show podcast. All right, let's open up nature strip radio. Can I sell it? Yes, you can. Where? On the radio. With us. Oh, whoops. With us. We really do fly as one. Giro tear. I may be one of you, but I'll never be one of you. All right, 9 four one four one O four three. What are you trying to sell let us sell it for you? And as you're hearing all these people selling this stuff, if you fancy any of it, give us a call. 9 four one four one O four three. Is it really who it looks like? This was our first sale ever on this segment Shirley. Wonderful Shirley. Welcome back to the show. Hello, Christian. Hello, Shirley. Yeah? The chair? Yep. I saw the din half an hour. Wait, this is right. Yeah. Sorry? I would love to sell a coin, so it's big hits. I have a billion and a stock flute. Oh, beautiful. Probably the best color to get for a bed head. It goes with so many different tuna covers. And I love your show, by the way. We love you. We love you. Now, what's going on in the background there, you in the Pablo. Do you want me to turn it off? Yeah, yeah, if we could, yeah. Bliss. Sell the radio as well, which shut that in. Order the way out. Seriously the sound system at the G. I far away some radio. Oh, that's so much better than us. The piece is a lot of people when you don't hear this. Shirley, so it's a dark blue bed head nearly new. Nearly new year half a year. It was my husband and he said we passed away now. Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. Yay. It's not a monster. So now 12 months. Oh, well, we passed it here. All right, so what do you after for this? How much money would
"rachel okay" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"To make friends, and I'm like, that's not, that's not unfair. No one's there to make friends. You guys are all dating the same people. I can't remember a time in my life where I like to do, and I knew about another girl liking the same dude. And I was like, oh yeah, let me go be homies with her. Let's get coffee. Yeah. No, you end up usually like talking shit about each other. That's usually what happens. The most brilliant thing this show does is when there's three people left and they have the overnight fantasy suite. Oh my God. And then the one person returns the next day and they put the other two in the room and they come in and it's like, hey, how was your date? The most cringe moment of TV. It's perfect. It's always like 45 seconds of silence of them all sitting there nodding. Loop in the silence. I also like, what are you supposed to say? They're all like, how did it go? There's nothing you can say in that moment that is comfortable for everyone. It's always a smaller room. They want them confined. Yeah, one couch with their leg right near each other and the other two are trying to read the face of the third one. The third one doesn't want to say too much, but by the way, that's what Suzy did. Susie read the room and was like, oh, they both had sex with him. Yeah. And then really smart, this is why the show's been on for 20 years. Putting Susie third. Yeah. Yeah. He put her first. He probably just was like, that's it, it's a wrap. The other two are out. Or you put her first and she tells him, if you have sex with either of the other two, then I'm done. And he won't have sex with either of them. Hopefully. You were watching the screeners, right? 'cause you're watching ahead of time? Yeah. I think one of the keys with this show is if you watch it live with the commercials. You really start to hate yourself. Because it's so long. It's barely worth your time anyway. And there's a lot of moments where you're like, I can't believe I'm gonna devote another Monday night to this, but if you even if you started at like 8 30 when it's on live and at least you can zoom through the commercials, mentally I'm in a better headspace with it. I only want to spend 90 minutes or less with this show. Yeah, I have to, if I don't have screeners, like I'm recording, I can't watch it live. It's so long. Well, it seemed like this time around live. The audience kind of hated what was his name, Chadwick? Clayton. Chadwick. Chadwick. It was probably the most tepid response I think anyone's gotten coming out. I feel like they were coming at him the whole finale. Gabby and the way that they split it up. Usually they show the episode and then they have people come out. They were like, Gabby first, okay, now Gabby, it's your turn to go at Clayton. Now Rachel, okay, Rachel, it's your turn to go out Cleveland. Every single time Rachel or Gabby said anything, the audience was like, yay. They weren't happy for him at all. And even when Susie came out, I feel like the audience were like, fuck you, we don't want you to be happy. Right. And personally, I'm happy. I want them to be together. I feel like so much. I want something to come out of it. I don't know if it's going to last either. But I'm glad that he found someone and that Suzy did it her way and didn't say yes. I will say, I thought it was really weird that she went and met him in the countryside in a sparkly white dress to tell him no. Yeah, there was a lot of things that didn't add up. I actually think that they're not together and sometimes I think they arrange where it's like come back and pretend like whatever but then two weeks later because I don't think they wanted the show to end with just complete sadness and in the best thing. Yeah, it would have been really.
"rachel okay" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!
"Or that they're causing ariffin the group and it's better to tow them in their face than talk to about it behind their back. Yeah yeah one hundred percent. And i think if you are going to make it in i think inadvertently it's a high likelihood that you'll make a hostile environment for her because you all have talked about her behind her back and like she will be able to sense. Something is there so the next time she does something as opposed like masumi. You haven't said anything. But maybe you have but like it's supposed to be like whispering or giving each other like knowing look or whatever that fucking sucks and all that will do is bring breed more hostility from her and it will just become like a complete cycle but i normally people out who your friends with who are being gra. All the time seen in action strings like that is who i am like i will be like. Hey that's rude and don't say that like i've just always been like that because i think it's i would rather sell big. There are certain things that like. I'm a ghost and we'll cut people off and all of that kind of stuff but like at a certain point like if someone says something rude. I don't want to assume that there are a horrible person. I'd rather get an apology for like young man. So i just think that like there are a lot of steps that have kind of like seemingly been skipped here but maybe you have called her out and maybe it's not working and i think that like if that's the case also wanna know rude s like is she like commenting on like. That's an ugly shirt like she just like negative she just bringing people down or she'd like making fun of people. Is she like a bigot. Because i think all of that matters and then if you really want to be done with a friend group because the hard thing is like you said like they all met kind of helping a weird way where they all had equal footing So then i would. Just i would. If you're going to do it it's going to be contain. It's gonna be mean and it's going to hurt her feelings the only thing that you can do other than say something to her. Is that you all full ghost her and it still horribly mean like you will be the villain in her story and you just have to either be okay with that or you're not okay with that and you try like work on this relationship with her or maybe then she'll decide that she doesn't want to be in a friend group but yes she's being rude. If you're altogether one person is like. Hey that's rude and that opens up a conversation. Then maybe surely if you don't have to do anything I guess like one last thing to like loop back into the social cues thing a. That's not use ablest language but also if you mean meant it per what like it is usually typically used to describe which is someone who it's not in their control that's again ablest in itself but i think that that is someone if you're recognizing that a again group of friends should not be talking about that but if you're recognizing that that is the to have a conversation with them if they're saying something that's rude because in itself. It's not an intentional thing. It's someone who's not just yeah and like to cut someone off or something that it seems like you also think that she doesn't know what she's doing or isn't aware make her aware in a nice way this my worst nightmare because group of like eight people altogether and like they all secretly hate me. There is nothing worse than like if you have a problem with somebody then talking about it with other people like and people know people always know when people are talking with them behind their backs they might realize it at first but the thing is when you start talking behind people's back you start getting more comfortable and then you're making those looks yet. I'd lancer those whispers and then the person picks up on it and then they know that you're talking about them and there's no worse feeling in the world than being with a group of people who you all know They've definitely talked. They've definitely talked about me. There's no point in making someone uncomfortable. Regardless and i think that like even you can try your very best to not do that but once you talk about someone behind their back inevitably. It's it's slips into your everyday life this is going to be one. This is gonna call it. Rachel get so upset with they. Hey when we don't take the side of the caller so sorry rachel okay. We're.
"rachel okay" Discussed on Bobbycast
"Know. I'm thankful for you. And i was like late And when i say this it is the smallest it's not even like needed to live the rockstar road life. You know i literally made out with one girl and that was i was just like now this is for me this whole this is a this is not a good. This is not fulfilling. You know what. I mean like literally made out with one girl. And i was like okay this is i got a call kayleigh that whole deal from back. Then that pub did it turn into all the things you thought it was going to know you still same company I'll say you're out of all of that. That was the first. I signed in two thousand eleven. That was a two year deal got dropped it after two years And then that was two thousand thirteen. And i didn't even write yours until two thousand fourteen and then i didn't sign a deal till twenty sixteen song and it's after two years. Oh yeah well. What kind of the genesis of you writing that song in. It took a second for it to kind of happen. Yeah so you right like just tell me about the so. The overall picture is january. Twenty something twenty fourteen is when we wrote it and then january twenty something literally almost to the day twenty eighteen four years later a four years is when it went number one so four years in between that was i had one offer for a publishing deal. We took it we had to. We had no bills just got married. I got dropped the week. We got back from our honeymoon. So that was a great We made twelve thousand dollars that year combined. Yeah so that was. That was year one of marriage and then so twenty fourteen. We wrote it. And i mean we just. We went all around town. Everybody said no all the majors. All the indies. Every i mean literally you chasing an deal with that song you also mentioned the song. Well you want you. You wrote it your mine down the hill. Yeah the whole the whole this whole time. I was like i'm artist writer. You know like that was. That was what i wanted to do. And so Yeah i was just like i. We obviously didn't take no for an answer. But i just put everything on this one song. I was like i know. I know that. I know that i know this is a hit and and it took. I mean another two years from writing it to go to labels and showcases do the whole dance. And it wasn't till thirty tigers slash now triple tigers com. They've just started a whole brand new label and it was. it was not knicks. Who had just got lego. From sony and like kevin herring. Who just got let go from warner. It's all these guys who kind of you know. Related to this. This like Being rejected kind of mentality like little chip on your shoulder a little bit and And it just all came together with this tiny little label. I was the only artist on there and they had me one song. And that was that was what really ignited. I mean i. I missed the whole video part but now industry-wide industry wise that was what what really like to took it. You know that what point because the label was a small independent label tiny. So it's it's difficult because they don't have the the promotion infrastructure right for an independent that they just don't have arms and fangs everywhere So but at what point though did you realize oh we actually have a shot at this thing like this thing could actually be a massive hit. what was it a number on the chart top thirty. Yeah like what. Are you hearing about research only because it was also a ballad exam. They're all dear. God don't alad but then it started jumping. It was only in the twenties for like three weeks four weeks something like that. It was like jumped. Two spots jumped three spots jumped and then it was in the teens. And we're like whoa. Whoa whoa what did you do the song on any any. Tv on any anything on our favorite. Did you the bachelor the bachelor okay. I don't know this but it's be that kind of saw big pop from that. Show absolutely rachel and dean rachel She was she was seen was justly babies dane bachelor in paradise. He came back. I've never seen a guy. But i don't know rachel okay so attorney she's smart. She's really cool. You play this on the show ever on radio pretty sure or no no. It was on radio and jumped off so hard after jump like ten spots on airplay and top top tunes charge. You know just like craziness that was. That was a big jump when you played. That's on on the show. Do over and over again. Yeah was that like. are you just playing with. What was the scene was that well they were late first of all so it all started where we never had a tour bus before now. We got the dike. Ride down in a tour bus and where to And then so we're waiting. We're waiting we're waiting. I think chris harrison like was felt bad so he comes on our bus. And you know we have a. We've raised a toast. We have have a drink. And we're just like hanging out with chris harrison her bus which for us at the time we were like i was freaking out. He was there for like two hours and we shared. We had knob right now. I make and i had him sign the bottle. And i have it in my house. I mean like. I'm a fan. And he led us every monday like her and her gals get together and watch bachelor. He's also really nice. He's so nice he let us come to after the final rose he was like do you want i was like is twelve to many and he was like no. We'll make it happen. We i mean me and all my friends filed in like it was so fun it was really cool to like. Make it a real life experience. Not so like this is the show. That's cool that you got to watch him play on the show and you got to hang because you're a fan when you're a fan of something it's cool to win. It actually works out in a way that makes you still feel good. Yeah it was fine. I think the whole thing is crazy phenomenon. Do i think it's the best way to find someone now. Am i highly entertained by drama. That has nothing to do with my own life. Yes i love it. I love it. The are they dancing dancing. It's like a slow dance make out. And how many times do you think you have to play that song with them dancing. Yeah it was like two or three but like to make out every time on q. No no no they just they. They made out but they wanted to. It wasn't like make out at this. It wasn't choreographed who i became. Friends with from the bachelor was on again. The episode to get bachelor was joe. Gross store joe. Johns personally that he did answer. He's the nicest guy and kendall has aged. i don't know. I don't know if they're engaged either. But i'm telling you that is real of a relationship. They are the greatest for each other. They're both nice so yeah their histories wild. Because he went on. And we him. And i were both not considered to be the best answer. So we we were bonding over that. And he went on that show and he was off worn episode and he got kicked off. Almost all the internet blew ended up blew up. Yeah and he was like internet was pissed yes the he groped bring back bring back grocery store or like good looking and he seemed super nice and so he ends up going back to bachelor in paradise. Yeah that's where. He ends up meeting kendall but he was. He couldn't believe it he was embarrassed. My friends are gonna get kicked off. Had a party he goes then. My social media started to blow up and but he was as much as i give the bachelor.
"rachel okay" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss
"William going to watch mary poppins. Hi william jordan me and my partner. Lauren are due to get married next year. This is from hanau. Congratulations we are eloping to new york to get married but to planning to have a huge party when we get back. We offer from a small village where the majority of people very happy for us have. There's one small minded individual who is clearly homophobic and we don't want to invite him. His wife is the complete opposition. We do want to invite her. These are friends of the family and have been for many years. How do we invite just the wife and not the husband without causing an congregants. Hannah great question right question. I think you need to be the bigger person here and invite betham so on the invitation you right. Let's call them. Bob and jane. Bob and you know that jane is going to come. You know that. Bob went but you have to be the bigger person because then at least bob is. If he's as homophobic he is he is not going to turn up. But you will have been the bigger person and invited him. Yeah there's a risk that might come though. I think that's really good advice. You can then cross that bridge if he does. But i'm if he has his homophobic because he says he's gonna come okay but if you really don't want it to go then maybe it's worth phone. Call say i'm going to invite you about not gonna invite that's gonna pop all bull also if you really really don't want to know if he's going to be in the day then probably don't invite him. That's what i'd say. If you think it will come along then showing what love is love is yes. Show him any face. Don't do that. Yeah just be like look. Love is love it. might it might turn amount. might bring it round. you're gonna turn him rubbing his face. Don't start like bunking from the possession of the world session possession. The call congregation wherever procession your in the survey the bride's there in congression coke congregates hungry of even a congressional geisha anna in short. Be the best person. Just invite him and if he says yes then you can write back in calendar. Just ask because. I really want your opinion on this now that i'm ever going to get married. But why you mikey wavering. For the wedding. What going have to find out in the next year is what do you think i. I like it very and he's come over for america. A lot on instagram weddings packard or drink of the groom in black tie. Thicky bono hacia. I looked if it's an evening wedding. If is the daytime. Why you evening draw. I love. I think i sent him a minor. He used to work with marriage. Ariana propagandize tuxedo on while swamp. Well i start in this country. We call this agenda jacket pull succeed. And that's the american because it was named after tuxedo park. Oh my god the producers spend after. He was named after tuxedo. Park club in new york. Upstate new york which is like a small version central park and supposedly a chapel. Griswold lorillard around the eighteen hundred turned up to tuxedo. Park club wearing short jacket and a black bow tie and a winged collar which like a a bastardized version of white tie so he turned up. And everyone's this awful. How how this is not what he should be an each being white type then after a while they thought actually he might have a point and say black-tie took hold now in britian. We tell that story. But with the future edward the seventh who was prince of wells at the time turning up through casino monte carlo wearing shorts jackets and because he was basically the future king everyone so we have to help him was affected. Said gatow portrayal these edwards kings but in short. Please go dinner jackets. Unless you're american. But i i i don't like tails makes people have. An average height was also discussed at the table. This way i am not sure. I have average height. Weight likes to heald's blackpool tower over the heels of romanov average height tables. rachel okay. this one is from safety. Do william jordan produce then. I found myself innovative dilemma a week or so ago. A neighbor of mine asked me to look after catch. While she was away. I agree to this. Even though i don't have and have never.
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"Center and pal Who now all benefit and 55,000, plus kids benefit. From the work that we all do, including all of these great sponsors that are a part of that, and that's coming up again in August. And It's been, uh It's been something and it's as I say, we take all of this very seriously. Now. I'm sorry. Um, I got a note here from Rick Burkhart, the unofficial program director at WJR. No reaction am Yeah. Oh. Oh, I didn't hear you say that, Brian. I've been vamping waiting for Rachel. Okay, so she's there, But, Yeah, we don't want to forget anybody, and we certainly don't forget Tom O'Brien. With that lineup of general managers of Jim Well, Ron Pancreas gym long Mike fees E. Ron Uh, Tom O'Brien and Steve Planetary. All right. Sorry about that. Too many too many notes. Too many people and of course, Tom was Long term did a tremendous job with the radio stations some of our most successful financial days that that Steve Planetary picked up on after and keeps going. As we are a market leader and continue to be all right. So Rachel Sutherland is there are Fox news correspondent and WJR contributor and she's reporting on the House, creating a committee to investigate January six. The attack. This will be fascinating. I don't know. Good morning to you, Rachel. How many investigations into January six. Does this actually make do you know? Offhand, you may not, But do you It's just good morning and congratulations, by the way in the 25 years. Uh, you know what I need to look into that there happened several investigations going on into January six. This is Another one. And it comes after very he rejection of the idea of maybe acknowledge my loving state and they should look into it. But this one was approved. It went to the House, Yesterday's Select committee would have subpoena powers a little more to national where there was a select committee on the attack in Benghazi. So it would be dirty members from my understanding. And how do you leader Kevin McCarthy would have some input on five members? But there were only two Republicans who voted for this committee Liz Cheney and Addington singer. And so the Lanxess. He was just to be a highly political exercise Blood by Democratic Little leaving to do with it. So it makes you wonder if any Republicans outside of these two.
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"78 to 55. Hello. You're on car talk. Hi. This is Rachel from Chicago. Hi, Rachel from Chicago. What's up? Well, I have a job. 1987 spg with the Turbo. And on the first hot day of the season, I got in the car and turn the air conditioner on and drove it for half an hour And then I parked the car and let it sit for about two hours. I got back in the car. Let it idle for 20 minutes. While I pigged out and listen to the radio with the air conditioner on and then I started driving, and after a few blocks, it started making this sound and I turned the air conditioner off right away, and I drove the car for a couple more blocks. Turn the air conditioner back on and after about a minute or two, the same sound. And I turned the air conditioner off right away. And I drove right to my mechanic because this had happened last year, also the same thing, but I didn't have the sense to turn the air conditioner off last year. The sound continued, and eventually the car lost all its verb. It didn't have any pickup, and last year, the mechanic said. It has nothing to do with the air conditioner. Your alternator belts are shot. They have to be replaced. It was making the same kind of noise last year. Yes. This year, I drove to the shop, and I said, I know it's related to the air conditioner. And so he had me idle with the hood open. Yeah, And while I was idling with the air conditioner on No cold air was coming out anymore. And eventually, after about a minute or two, the sound started again and I turned it off right away. And he said Yes, it's your compressor. Yeah. And I want to believe him, but I wasn't completely confident. And it's the same noise. Yes. Do the noise. Um like with a maybe a high pitch happening at the same time? I I feel it. I feel your pain. I don't know where you're coming from. I'm with your pain, baby. Thank you for recommending rating. Can you help me well last year when he said it was the belt belt The belts. I think there are two belts that run the alternator on this car that he could have been right. And he could also be right. That is the compressor this time. Because when it was the belts, you know you're not gonna like this, Rachel. Okay, Nor you were hearing was slippage. You were hearing the belt slide along the police. Okay, making a kind of screeching, squealing noise? Yes. Oh, that's good. That's the noise. Yeah. When the compressor stopped working The belts, which drive the alternator and the compressor. I believe that the same belts were also slipping on the compressor pulley and making that same noise. See last year when it happened, even though you have the noise, The air conditioners still worked. Cold air was coming out. Right? Maybe. And now cold air isn't coming out so Then we have that I have It's going to have a mechanic who, probably properly and correctly diagnosed the problem both times and you have lost faith in him. Because he told you had nothing to do with the air conditioning and you your experience and you have perfectly justified in saying Look, in both cases it was related. In time to the use of the equity have made perfect sense for you to believe that it was related to the air conditioner. And in fact, it was, but not in the way that you think if my brother is right, your team has been two unconnected things here and you're putting a connection. Between him and this is the way we get ourselves in trouble every week. Yeah, so okay. Are you interested in doing the show with? I'm looking for a job? Yeah, You're you know you You made a very logical connection. Except I think in this case, we'll have to exonerate your mechanic. Okay. I've always had the problem that air conditioning and sobs just shouldn't go together. I mean, Saab owners are sort of free spirited people. And the idea that they have to be pampered with air conditioning has never been Congress. It was always an incongruous kind of thing for me. Really, You know, especially in 87 sub. I mean, don't you visualize and 87 Saab being driven by some very sweaty, some sweating individual? Yeah. Spirited person with a beard. Bring Birkenstocks. You have a beard. Rachel, I you have burdened you want Birkenstocks? I I have a lot of Bergen. She has Burgenstock see? So I mean, it's in Congress that you should also have air conditioning. It makes no sense to me. And I think the hob is rebelling against the very thought. On the air conditioning in it. I'll take that under advisement. See you later, Rachel. Thank you very much. Alright by 1888 car Talk or 18882278255. Hello. You're on car talking. Hello? This is Brian from Sausalito, California. What's up, Brian? Well, I have a hobby Hit 1960 f 100. Yeah, I just replaced the engine. And most of parts have been replaced. But kingpins are next. Uh, can I put sway bars or something like that? A leaf spring suspension, can you Uh, I I don't think so. There any tricks to make that thing handle, like a Dodge Viper? No, they would be tricks to Yeah. Yeah. You take the body off. Why would you want it to handle like that? I mean, that part of the charm of a vehicle like this is experiencing the the poor handling and the unpredictability of it. Yeah. I mean, that's the excitement of driving a truck like this. You're never going to get this thing to handle, like a vibe burden I would you want to, anyway? No, but can I? What can I do to help it out a little bit. What's wrong with it? I mean, like, wanders all over the road, right? Well, the kingpins are going to help that problem with that. The kingpins will help that and then, But I'd like to flatten it out a little bit. I don't want to modify it too much. But something simple. Like sway bars are a steering damper might help a steering damper. Okay, and the steering damper is like a shock.
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"Viva loss gaygusuz. Rupo being honest. Yo you got some competition. Here's sean but i want to go to the las vegas fabulous so next question john Were on a break. Rawson rachel okay. Ding ding ding ding see. I don't know the difficulty level of these questions. You guys are really fats. This is all hard for me. Hey we're still everyone okay. So next question of what does phoebe legally changed her name to after we after her wedding. Princess conceal a banana hammock. Oh my god hugging. Can you wait. I have questions by the way. What so banana. Hammock a hammock now so she didn't know that you can legally just go to the courthouse in change your name. And she's like i'm going to have fun with this fund. So she's like. I'm princess concealed banana hammock and then her husband's like do you know to banana. And she goes nope and he's like a speedo and she's a god. Oh really. i didn't know that too. Okay well you guys have been answering the questions correct so shaina with now. Ask you the next question. I'm going to scroll here and see i right. I hope this is a tough one. Grandmother said she got her cookie recipe from her grandmother named god fluffy oo that is wrong. Nicole you have the option of stealing that answer in gaining her point or just moving onto the next question i would like to steal. Bb's grandmother said. She got her cookie recipe from her grandmother named nestle toll house. These people are so it's no. That's literally the brand of cookie dough. Yeah obviously they're really characters are kind of based off of their own generational like family members. Doesn't it sounds silly okay. So that brings nicole ahead now. You do that question and so we're going to go in. Continue on with you so you double up. No coul. Ross created a comic book called.
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"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. Good morning. Just how vulnerable is American infrastructure to cyber attacks? The hack on a major U. S pipeline has drawn that question to the fore. Biden administration says Russian cyber criminals are the likely suspects in the attack that shut down a major U. S gasoline and jet fuel pipeline to a large portion of the East Coast. At the sack is very different from another big intrusion blamed on the Russian government that targeted US government computers. Last year. NPR National security correspondent Greg Meyer is here to explain. Hey, Greg. Hey, Rachel. Okay, so first just explain this particular attack on the company called Colonial Pipeline. This is a pipeline that supplies almost half the gasoline in the eastern part of the US, right. That's right. And now the FBI says that it's a ransomware attack carried out by a criminal group known as Dark Side. I'm president Biden says it looks like they operate from Russia, though he's not linking it specifically to the Russian government. Darkseid has been very active in recent months. They tend to target big U. S companies that can pay a big ransom. Now I spoke with windy Whitmore, a Palo Alto networks. She says her security firm is dealing with more than 10 separate attacks attributed to dark side and she says, they have a very distinct style in their attacks. Once the malware is deployed, and systems begins shutting down and the screen comes up that, you know demonstrates who you're working with. They give you very nice, clear instructions on where you can go find information to communicate with them. So then Greg do most companies then decide to just pay the ransom. That's true. Many do with this particular case with Colonial. We don't know they haven't said whether they paid a ransom or not, but overall dark side another very skilled cyber criminals have a really high success rate and almost no risk of being punished. However, some companies have backed up their data, so when this happens, they refused to pay to get their own data back. But in this case dark side will then make like a second threat still say that they'll release information that they've seized to embarrass the company or hurt his reputation, or perhaps even tank. Its stock price again. Here's windy Whitmore. Now we're going to make you pay because we're going to release publicly And in the case of one of our victims, they're saying Here's the information that we're going to release five tranches of information. Here's what's the first batch here second 3rd 4th 5th, So they're clearly looking tomo monetize and find some sort of angles that they can negotiate. So this could be real hardball negotiations that lead to some tough decisions for companies. But as we noted in the intro, I mean, these kinds of criminal attacks are different from the one that the U. S blamed Explicitly on the Russian government. This is the solar winds attack. You explain that. Right. So that was another major breach, but with a very different goal. The US intelligence community believes that the Russians broke into U. S government computers in March of last year, and then they operated with real stealth for months before they were finally detected in December. Now the prevailing view is this was a Russian intelligence operation. The Russians wanted to vacuum up U. S government secrets and remain undetected for his long as possible. We should remember. Russian President Vladimir Putin is a former spy, and he seems to appreciate all kinds of cyber mischief directed the U. S. He's invested heavily and Russian and tell the Russian intelligence service to mess with US election. But he's also tolerant, if not supportive of Russian cyber criminals who wouldn't inflict pain on the U. S. So what does the Biden administration do about this? Well. Biden has been teasing his plans to announce his cyber security plans and analysts say when he does, so he really need toe present a robust response on both of these fronts. NPR's Greg Marie. Thank you, Greg. We appreciate it. My pleasure. Let's turn now to Amy Myers Jaffe, managing director of the climate policy, Labatt Tuft University's Fletcher School and the author of the book Energies Digital Future. Good Morning. Good morning and welcome back. Can you just describe for me What This pipeline is? We've been talking about it for a couple of days. We've said it runs to the East Coast. I have this vision of one gigantic pipe. But I have a feeling it's more complicated than that. What's it look like? Well, no, I mean, it is a very, very large sort of artery pipeline. It has spurs off it. You know, if you think about the word jugular is a good adjective for this in terms of the U. S gasoline system, So if you're driving somewhere on the Eastern Seaboard in the United States Um or you're getting still have your heat on your probably engaged with the colonial pipeline. It Z, a major. Our fee for oil. Distribution. Yeah, I like that country that that comparison jugular. You're talking about the circulatory system, So it's got branches going all over the place. And then one of the computers do. What are they supposed to do anyway? When they're not hacked? Well, there's two sides of a business like in the oil industry, the same as any other business. You know, you have your billing software and your email and so forth. And then you have System that is your safety and control system, which is supposed to be completely Set aside so that it cannot be hacked from going from your business system to your operational system. But we have seen ransomware. Criminals jumped the fence, so to speak. So that makes this a very serious attack, and it really has to be taken almost like an act of War II think it's comparable. Um You know, without the horror of the deaths that have been a little bit comparable to September 11. It's a wake up moment. This is this is not a minor attack. This is not a nuisance Hack. This is not a breach to security that has to be plugged. This is a major event Should the United States be in a position where one piece of critical infrastructure provides 45% of the fuel to the east coast of the United States? Well, you know, we've seen the Colonial pipeline, you know, knocked out by a flood, and so we had to do special events. We had to move gasoline around by ship. You know, you have to mobilize trucks. S so it's not the first time we've had a problem with the colonial pipeline. I think really, It's a much bigger issue today, Steve because we have to consider how do we get to the point of carelessness? That such an important piece of infrastructure could be attacked. And you know whether it was attacked by a criminal gang. Well, whether there was a state behind that criminal gang, you know, it's almost immaterial. If it raises the question, are we prepared? And some of the numbers that I hear when we talk about the budget for cyber security in the United States, Given the number of attacks we've seen in the world work moving into, and I talk about this in my book, Energies digital future. I mean, we are not prepared. It's a Sputnik moment. This is like a challenge to the United States. Also on a security basis and just on our daily lives. Well, let's talk through that problem specific to the energy industry because here we're talking about private companies doing private business. But as you're pointing out their obvious national security implications, So how can the Biden administration or any U. S Administration work with private companies to improve security? You know, there's been this very delicate balance if you are a private entity and you hear that the U. S government got hacked your pretty reluctant to have the U. S government come in and look at your system or intervene in your system. So there has to be Both a sort of educational part where you're collaborating on best practices, but it might be that we can't just leave it to chance The company's too Provide the right kind of cyber services into their systems. It might be that we're not regulating cos well enough as to what the level of requirements are. For cyber prevention on major equipment than on infrastructure that's of critical importance. Amy Myers Jaffe, research professor and author of the book Energies Digital Future. Thanks so much Thank you. The.
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"Invest With confidence, Man I'm way way Standard federal minimum wage is $7.25 an hour, But if you're a worker who makes tips, it's a lot lower. It's $2.13 an hour and it hasn't changed in nearly 30 years. But some argue raising it would harm businesses. I'm Sarah Gonzalez, and that's next time on the takeaway weekday afternoons at three on 93.9 FM. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. Good morning. Just how vulnerable is American infrastructure to cyber attacks? The hack on a major U. S pipeline has drawn that question to the fore. Biden administration says Russian cyber criminals are the likely suspects in the in the attack that shut down a major U. S. Gasoline and jet fuel pipeline toe a large portion of the East Coast. The sac is very different from another big intrusion blamed on the Russian government that targeted US government computers. Last year. NPR National security correspondent Greg Meyer is here to explain. Hey, Greg. Hey, Rachel. Okay, so first just explain this particular attack on the company called Colonial Pipeline. This is the pipeline that supplies almost half the gasoline in the eastern part of the US, right. That's right. And now the FBI says that it's a ransomware attack carried out by a criminal group known as Dark Side. I'm president, Biden says. It looks like they operate from Russia. Though he's not linking it specifically to the Russian government. Darkseid has been very active in recent months. They tend to target big U. S companies that can pay a big ransom. Now I spoke with windy Whitmore, a Palo Alto networks. She says her security firm is dealing with more than 10 separate attacks attributed to dark side and she says, they have a very distinct style in their attacks. Once the malware is deployed, and systems begins shutting down and the screen comes up that, you know demonstrates who you're working with. They give you very nice, clear instructions on where you can go find information to communicate with them. So then Greg do most companies then decide to just pay the ransom. That's true. Many do with this particular case with Colonial. We don't know they haven't said whether they paid a ransom or not, but overall dark side another very skilled cyber criminals have a really high success rate in almost no risk of being punished. However, some companies have backed up their data, so when this happens, they refused to pay to get their own data back. But in this case dark side will then make like a second threat still say that they'll release information that they've seized to embarrass the company or hurt his reputation, or perhaps even tank. Its stock price again. Here's windy Whitmore. Now we're going to make you pay because we're going to release publicly And in the case of one of our victims, they're saying Here's the information that we're going to release five tranches of information. Here's what's the first batch here second 3rd 4th 5th, So they're clearly looking Tohno monetize and find some sort of angles that they can negotiate, so this could be real hardball negotiations that lead to some tough decisions for companies. As we noted in the intro. I mean, these kinds of criminal attacks are different from the one that the U. S blamed explicitly on the Russian government. This is the solar winds attack. You explain that right? So that was another major breach, but with a very different goal. The US intelligence community believes That the Russians broke into U. S government computers in March of last year, and then they operated with real stealth for months before they were finally detected in December. Now the prevailing view is this was a Russian intelligence operation. The Russians wanted to vacuum up U. S government secrets and remain undetected for us long as possible. We should remember. Russian President Vladimir Putin is a former spy, and he seems to appreciate all kinds of cyber mischief directed the U. S. He's invested heavily and Russian and tell the Russian intelligence service to mess with US election. But he's also tolerant, if not supportive of Russian cyber criminal criminals who inflict pain on the U. S. So what does the Biden administration do about this? Well, Biden has been teasing his plans to announce his cyber security plans and analysts say when he does, so he really need toe present a robust response on both of these fronts. NPR's Greg Marie. Thank you, Greg. We appreciate it. My pleasure. Let's turn now to Amy Myers Jaffe, managing director of the climate policy, Labatt, Tufts University's Fletcher School and the author of the book Energies Digital Future. Good Morning. Good morning and welcome back. Can you just describe for me What This pipeline is? We've been talking about it for a couple of days. We've said it runs to the East Coast. I have this vision of one gigantic pipe. But I have a feeling it's more complicated than that. What's it look like? Well, no. I mean, it is a very, very large of a sort of artery of pipeline. It has spurs off it. You know, if you think about, uh you know, the word jugular is a good adjective for this in terms of the U. S gasoline system. So if you're driving somewhere on the Eastern seaboard in the United States Or you're getting still have your heat on your probably engaged with the colonial pipeline. It Z, a major. Our affair for oil. I like that. Yeah, I like that country that that comparison jugular. You're talking about the circulatory system, So it's got branches going all over the place. And then one of the computers do. What are they supposed to do anyway? When they're not hacked? Well, there's two sides of a business like in the oil industry, the same as any other business. You know, you have your billing software and your email and so forth. And then you have System that is your safety and control system, which is supposed to be completely Set aside so that it cannot be hacked from going from your business system to your operational system. But we have seen ransomware. Criminals jumped the fence, so to speak. So that makes this a very serious attack, and it really has to be taken almost like an act of War II think it's comparable. Um You know, without the horror of the deaths have been a little bit comparable to September. 11. It's a wake up moment. This is this is not a minor attack. This is not a nuisance Hack. This is not a breach to security that has to be plugged. This is a major event Should the United States be in a position where one piece of critical infrastructure provides 45% of the fuel to the east coast of the United States? Well, you know, we've seen the Colonial pipeline, you know, knocked out by a flood, and so we had to do special events. We had to move gasoline around by ship. You know, you have to mobilize trucks. S so it's not the first time we've had a problem with the colonial pipeline. I think really, It's a much bigger issue today, Steve because we have to consider how do we get to the point of carelessness? That such an important piece of infrastructure could be attacked. And you know whether it was attacked by a criminal gang. Well, whether there was a state behind that criminal gang, you know, it's almost immaterial. It raises the question. Are we prepared? And some of the numbers that I hear when we talk about the budget for cyber security in the United States, Given the number of attacks we've seen in the world work moving into, and I talk about this in my book, Energies digital future. I mean, we are not prepared. It's a Sputnik moment. This is like a challenge to the United States. Also on a security basis and just on our daily lives. Well, let's talk through that problem specific to the energy industry because here we're talking about private companies doing private business. But as you're pointing out their obvious national security implications, So how can the Biden administration or any U. S Administration work with private companies to improve security? You know, there's been this very delicate balance if.
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"When the Z Morning Zoo calls your man keep better choose you. War of the roses catching cheaters one of the time and it starts Now we welcome Kevin to the show. Hello, Kevin. Low. So who are we putting to the test for you today? My girlfriend, Rachel. Okay. Why are we putting Rachel to the test? Okay, so basically because the self staying home is doing the whole social distancing thing. She has to go out and hang out with their friends after work, and we kind of bothers me. Okay, kind of bothers you that she's still going out or that she's not quarantining properly or well, yeah, that's what bothers me. But it also bothers me if you'd rather go out with them, then hang out with me. Most of the time. I see. Okay, So you feel like she prioritizes her friends over her relationship with you? Yeah, Yeah, definitely. And, uh, I mean, I like to go out do stuff too. But right now, we're not supposed to doing all that. You know, Like I'd rather just stay home and watch TV or something, or Basically having that in when she goes out. What exactly is she doing? Okay. She's going out to eat after work. Kibo for drinks with people. I mean, one time They went that at throwing place in the Virginia beach. Okay, And I'm just asking out of curiosity, But has there ever been any signs that maybe there are other guys in her life? Um Well, I'm not sure that's the problem. I mean, I know when she goes out, it's not just women. I got you. So maybe let's just make sure that as far as guys go, you are still the most important one in her life. Yes. Okay. Well, let's put it to the test. Then what we'll do is we'll call Rachel up and we'll tell her she won a free Victoria secret panty gram to send whoever she wants. You're going to get to hear who she chooses. And what she puts on the card. Okay, Okay. All right. And before we get started, I have to ask. Are you sure you want all of this on the air? Yes, Yes, yeah..
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"I'm Dave Freeman Morning Edition continues its 6 35. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Sarah McCammon and I'm Rachel Martin. Good morning. On Tuesday, 45 out of 50, Senate Republicans voted to try to stop the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. Democrats still one out with a handful of Republicans on board, but that vote could signal how GOP lawmakers intend to go in a post trump political world. Jonah Goldberg is a conservative columnist editor in chief of the dispatch. Regular guest on this very program. Good morning, Jonah. Morning, Rachel. Okay, so a handful of familiar Republican names across party lines to support impeachment. The trial at least Mitt Romney, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Ben Sasse, Pat Toomey. I named them because those are the same people who've been critical of Donald Trump several other times. So even though we heard Mitch McConnell placed blame for the January 6th riots squarely at the feet of President Trump It seems to have changed nothing when it comes to the party's loyalty to him. I know that it's changed nothing. It just hasn't changed enough. Um, the dilemma that the Republican Party faces for a long time. Whether or not Donald Trump remains this outside influence six months or a year from now. He is, he is currently is just simply that Donald Trump has now become a wedge issue for the Republican Party. He divides the Republican Party. Obviously the majority significant and for my case, depressing majority of Republicans don't want to publicly get crosswise with him. But the problem is, is that as it stands right now, demographically at least across the country and in the sort of tipping point swing states like Arizona and Georgia. Um The Republican Party is it needs every conceivable Republican voter to stay for to keep from being a minority party, a permanent minority party and you shave off a 10 to 15% of Republicans who just are sick of the The trump stuff. You're not going to make up for that with rural voters and others who on Lee turnout when Trump is on the ticket anyway, so the Republican Party's got a huge problem here. And it's a very depressing one because it's leading to the Republican Party making allowances for crazies. I mean, forget the racist arguments. Just absolute crazy people. Um Because they think they need them in their coalition. The idea that Liz Cheney, the number three ranking house Republican, Is getting more pressure and more attacks from fellow Republicans than Marjorie Taylor Greene. This absolutely loony bird. Scary Cuban on type just tells you a lot about where the GOP is right now. I mean, Marjorie Taylor Greene. Jen Psaki at the podium in the White House the other day, was asked about her, said she don't wanna talk about Marjorie Taylor Greene in the briefing room, but Republicans sort of have to talk about her because she does as you note Represents something very real, very real energy, even though you say it's a crazy and damaging energy. Absolutely. Look. I mean, this is a huge argument I've been having with fellow conservatives for awhile. Now there is a real sort of victim culture. Sort of right wing snowflake is, um, taking over big chunks of the right. Not allowed to criticize our crazy people, you know, want to criticize Donald Trump. You're not allowed to criticize, um us for thinking that the election was stolen. You know, that's like now, like an identity politics argument like you're supposed to, like respect people's beliefs that they You know the Venezuelans and the North Koreans stole the election kind of thing. And the problem with this is that If you want to take a fence of being lumped in with insurrectionists and races and white supremacists and Cuban on conspiracy, people think stuff. You can't just take a fence when people lump you in with that you actually have to denounce those people, too. You have the drug clear bright lines. That's the best way to send. The signal that you don't want to be lumped in with those people is by not letting yourself be lumped in with those people, but the future. They want to close ranks. The future of your party doesn't look to be doing that. I mean, when you think about someone like Nikki Haley, former U S Ambassador TO the U N govern South Carolina. I mean, she she has been incredibly reticent to criticize President Trump for his role in the January 6th riot, and she hasn't explicitly condemned Someone like Marjorie Taylor Greene. Yeah, I think it's shameful. I'm friends with Nikki. My wife used to work for But you know a tous point. The political calculation for a lot of these people, particularly people looking at 2024 is They can't win without trump voters. Trump is now this cultural war culture war symbol. You're either a defender of him or you're not. And that goes for His strongest and biggest defenders to and that's what people like Martin Taylor Greene or like the you know as long as as long as you're heroically on the front lines defending Trump You can't criticize those people, either. It's hugely dysfunctional. Jonah Goldberg of the Dispatch columnist for the L A times. Thanks as always, Jonah. Great to be here. Thank you. Viral Inauguration day image of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, wearing those wool mittens is still going strong. Besides the means getting millions of likes, it's turned into a fund raiser. Charities will split $1.8 million. The Vermont senator talked to morning edition about it. We're just gratified. I mean, this money is coming from the sale of T shirts and sweatshirts and stickers. And we just appreciate folks all over the country getting involved in this process. People wanting a piece of that comedic moment but merchandise featuring his viral image through Sanders website they sold out in five days. Now, those proceeds are going to a least eight charities and organizations in the senator's home state. Well, the money is going to go to organizations in the state of Vermont that served seniors and that is the meals on Wheels program and some senior centers as well. It's going to go to organizations that are serving low income people. In terms of rental assistance on getting food to people who need it. And those are our community action centers, and it's also going to go. I think to try to improve dental care in the state of Vermont for lower income people. Meanwhile, Senator Sanders is still getting a kick out of the means. Some of them are so funny that it's unbelievable, so I just I am amazed by the creativity of people all over the country, and no, he does not have a favorite. No favorites, but I've enjoyed him off. The mittens were made by Gen. Ellis, an elementary school teacher in Vermont. In the days after the inauguration, Ellis made a few more pears and auction them off over social media. Some of her mittens are selling for as much as $4000. Proceeds will also go to organizations in Vermont, with some set aside for her daughter's college fund last week, Ellis told NPR. Despite the popularity, she will not be quitting her day job. I'm still a public school teacher and a very dedicated to that job. I'm not going to stop doing this job that I love. That brings me great joy to pursue this other thing as a business So, in between classes, she'll work on a few new pieces. She just announced he'll be working with the Vermont Sock company,.
"rachel okay" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Cruze Ramsey. Personality is my co host today. Opened phones a triple 882552 to 5. Caitlin is with us in San Francisco. Hi, Kaylin. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey shop. Days. Hi, Rachel. Are you guys doing great? How can we help? S o my brothers and me. Um, the total money makeover for Christmas and I read it two days, So that was fantastic. Thank you. Yeah, I've been unclear. Kind of already been working on some of those baby steps. But now I've kind of hit a couple questions that I might I need a little help with. Okay, So I'm the first one kind of minor and you could probably just spit it out real fast for me when it comes to you with the envelope system when I have anything left over at the end of the month. What should I do with that? Sure. Roll it over into the next month. Should I throw it towards that? Should I thought your savings Okay. What if you have that extra cash? I would definitely throw it back towards your debt. If you still have dead if you've not saved your 1000 emergency fund, you can use that to help build it up. But if you're still in debt, you have extra money in those envelopes. Yes, take that extra and throw it off the debt. Now, the only time there would be an exception to that would be if it is a category that you don't spend monthly on. And then you can use your envelope system has a little miniature savings account. So like as an example I buy clothes once every three years, but but some people, but very few people buy clothing once a month. Shopaholics do But most people don't buy clothing monthly. So your clothing envelope could bleed over from one month to the next. Unless you're Rachel. Okay, but but the s so if you don't spend all your clothing money, go ahead and still spend it on clothing in a different month. By keeping it in their car repairs would be another one of those, but the ones that Rachel's talking about her like groceries. Yeah, and most of your envelopes are going to be those things. Your envelope says. Some really is for the categories. You tend to overspend on. Meaning you're spending it consistently. So if you're not spending it on closed. I may not even have a clothing envelope. You could just have that in your budget and know when you actually go to the cash out money that's usually gonna be For things like groceries. Groceries is the big one or or Yeah, horrible habit on spending money on eating out and that's where I'm like. Okay, this is that budget is too straight. Drastically. Yeah, so And so if that envelope had money left in it, I'm with Rachel. I throw that at the debt. You're gonna refund us. You're gonna refund that the next month and that rewards you for not eating out so much same way, Same with going to the grocery store if that's got money left in it, But if it's an envelope in stuff that is not a monthly occurrence. Necessarily. You can let it bleed over to a different Month and hub and obviously and we said this in total body makeover and you ready questions. The key. Get her back. I'm sorry. When your mother your other question was why you have another one? Yes, I did. This is the more major one s. Oh, my husband and I are both in school. She's a full time student. I'm a poetry student, and we have two boys and because of the pandemic garden kind of homeschooling them. And so a picture just kind of taking a head and we're actually really on the right. He seems kind of diet s O. Um, we don't have any her payments. Older workers repeat often. We don't have any student that so yes, for us. However, um we are living with my in large and they plan on moving in the next two years. About a year and a half. They're planning on retiring and they're moving and we don't want to move with them. We actually have a plan to out of state to a complete like cross country And so my The question is, Where do I in my to process? Where do I kind of put that on? Hold and move towards building at my emergency fund for the move planning for the movie. It's a moving fund. It's not an emergency fund. And so what I would do is budget for the move. Figure out what's going to cost you And then stop everything in time to save that money. Okay, So my my question is right now we're not paying right because I'm living with my in laws. But when we move, we will be team. So that's why I'm you'll be paying rent happen in some, You know, you're not gonna read something for more than your income will cover. Okay, savings for around Okay, that's gonna be coming out of your income would be part of the budget. The budget. OK, So where are you going to move? And would you go back out on the marketplace if you move Until will be moving to its contents. Mm On guy. I didn't quite catch the sexual and will you be going back to work? Oh, yeah, We don't actually have like jobs lined up on the other hand, and that's why I said it was. Would it be more of an emergency fund because you need jobs lined up before you make the move. You've got 18 months. Yes. Don't move without the job. Well, my husband is getting his degree. He's working on his bachelor's degree right now, if you will actually finish the summer before we move. Like we planned on moving before right after he completes his degree. Okay, that makes sense. All right, So, yeah. You make sure you're paying cash for that, But don't go. We're gonna move and have six months of saving set aside because he didn't have a job. Get a job. And then make the move. Cause If there's not a job in Wisconsin, then there was a job somewhere else you might not have big on Wisconsin. But my touch 22 the wonders that my in laws are moving. I know you've got to move out of that house, but you're not moving to Wisconsin without a job. You might be moving to a rental down the street or you might be moving to Austin, Texas. I don't know where you're going. Where is he going to get a job? And that's a big deal. I mean, he's got to really start talking about that now. Let's go ahead and start planning that out and start start recording with some of those companies and figuring out where you're gonna land the idea of just moving over there and hope it all works out. That's a bad idea. You need that lined out. And the good thing is, Caitlin. You have you guys have time You have time to repair which is which is a blessing. So use that time and that way you don't just fall off the cliff. Jays and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. J. You got a job for Caitlin's husband? No. Sorry. Thanks for taking my problem. Oh, these are what's God's and those funny? Yeah, that's why Rachel just caught up. It's okay. 321. Rachel, Okay. So how can we help you? J. Yeah. S o. I wanted by building to expand my business on my business has paid off. I have no no bad, bad. Just home that, um Would have to take a loan. But I could borrow at a commercial rate. Where should I borrow against the home that I had paid off? At a lower rate..
"rachel okay" Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast
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