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"reseda" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"It shelby. And if it works to do the it steers clear signs or whatever. I literally just sell a freeway sign yesterday just said slowdown to slow down with no doubt even for the cone zone. Yeah slow it down and the traffic. The traffic czar would have to get rid of all that stuff and would have to study traffic patterns and do everything and then do everything within he or her her power to just move this shit along yes. That's it no more. No roads built not a yard of concrete laid just built. When's that hero going to rise. I literally. I talked to the mayor about like red light. You know these arrows and stuff like that. He didn't know what the fuck i was talking about. That's the scary part does it. You know what you're talking about. He gets driven they. I for for a city that has been number one in traffic for many years which impacts every human being who lives in this city negatively for it to be a non point of discussion all times every time when it comes to whoever's running for anything is insane to me it's how do you ignore that it's like the crackhead brother that comes at thanksgiving dinner. Notice anything right. We need to say safe. Do you feel like the window for that has closed though because if someone did that now people would go. Oh we're directing money and funding in time to this and not you know drug abuse and homeless and we'll under my plan. We really wouldn't have to direct a lot of money just time efforts in just a total efficiency. Send the guys out with the street. Sweeper show but why guys. Why wouldn't they hire these p. One we created that job. Why why did they say. Oh yeah remember. We start at seven. Am like you know. That's that's the worst time in a seven six from from five to ten high value on the freeway. I do the job for that time dude. If you get hyphen job believe me. You even start working at about seven o'clock at night. You're going to be done at five. I'm angry. i'm sorry. I will tell you. I will tell you this I got pulled over yesterday with A boy in the car. Oh interesting. I'll tell you about that in a second. I think we should have the molester. Finale joke this is we've done this before back in the chaos days i think What we do is well awesome. Can set it up or i can set. How do we take everyone here. And where they live. Okay we then go to the sexual offenders registry less than to find out who has the most sexual offenders living nearest them within a two mile rate okay and then we do a bracket it system we see who the winner is quote unquote winner the quote unquote winner bracket. It's going.
"reseda" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"That's blinds galore dot com and let them know that adam sent you all right now earlier this week speaking of atom we had another atom atom ray and it might have been my favorite appearance that adam raised on the show. He's done countless appearances. But it was real strongest countless. I can't count that. It was just the improv bid of adam raping the girl that averaged adam cruelest trying to make our in his garage. The crash krathong improv. Twenty twenty one. One of the funniest improv. In the show's history. Even though it was bailed early by atom ray his continue run throughout. it was hilarious. Everybody was killing in that bit. I was laughing uncontrollably so funny i was driving tubes. It was super dangerous. Yeah well it's it's no secret. That adam corolla doors adam ray i remember. We did a reddit ama years ago and somebody asked him. who's your. who's your favorite up and coming comedian. And and adam curle put atom ray today. He loves adam ray. We i saw him at. The peterson museum for a corporate event. Almost an atom. Ray open and i remember him talking about how nervous he was even do that. Well we've had a long history with him since then but back in two thousand seventeen. Adam talked about the career evolution of adam ray. Cruel show twenty forty four. Joey mcintyre his interviewee play tomorrow because gina sites one of the greatest moments in the show's history. Just like a dream come true. So we'll play that full interview. And also he has a history going back to love line with adam when he was trying to career transition to broadway in the fantastic. So it's the whole deal but until then we're just playing the porch with adam ray a little bit of joe gina. Grand brian bishop. This one's from april. Twenty seventeen this week complimented atom array in his career. Evolution is like. Oh wow adam comment on. That was a little while ago. Turns was four years ago and it's a great shock and it's really nice to hear adam kind of talk about. Somebody participates in the show and how he's witnessed the revolution and their talent..
"reseda" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Bit of a hippy movement. Kind of spread out a little thank. You can't concentrate. Otherwise that whole gender role thing that whole bullshit from like the late sixties and early seventies like. Hey little boys may wanna play with dollies but we foist are gender assignments to them and forced them to be all macho and he manny and then the girls may wanna play with. Guns are building blocks. But we won't let them we do this whole thing and everybody be yeah never sits around going man. They're right and you're just sitting around. Sort of intuitively going now. I think little boys like guns and you know trains and little girls like dollars. Because that's the way we're wired but there was a whole movement and everyone just kind of went along with it like. Yeah you got a point there and then now two thousand twelve. I have a boy and a girl twin there six years old. I'm like this fucking people were high and yes they were high to be fair to them but are they not. Why did anyone buy into that. And why was it even discussed this fucking retarded notion that zero merit. And you know intuitively. What's right and what's wrong. As a human being as a parent you know the same dolls sunny when we drove home from the fees to san genero time. It was late and we're parks too weird in a parking structure and they both had to climb in one side of the door The car and it was getting late night. I meet being the driveway. Five thirty the next morning as a pile and pile in. let's go. He was sitting in italian car c. Which is pink. And he's like gimme out. I'm not in that. Give me out. And we're son is rolling out in italian laughing. You know. because he's sitting his like gray and he was fucking bitch and all that we're almost home. Just sit in the. It's not even paying. It's it's got a warmer flash salmon more of a salmon but anyway in coral coral and then when we got home he was in the bedroom crying. His eyes devastated the pink seat. And it's like nope believe me as a parent. I want him to sit in the pink seat. He's not gonna listen to me. It's carved into his dna. That's how he is so we came up with this fucking retarded movement thirty years ago forty years ago and everyone just kinda bought into an am and now you know when you have kids this insane and the same way with all the participation trophies and hip heaping praise building. Everyone's self esteem to fucking mount rushmore of self esteem. It's bullshit it's never gonna work. It's going to backfire on us. Of course everyone knows. The key to success is stumbling and falling and skinnier knee every once in a while and nobody's saying You beat up on. the kids. Are verbally abused them. But it's okay to have a little setback to no. You're not the best and you can work a little and get better. That's fine and that all come around to look at this particular moment in time of what the faulk were we thinking and by the way we're going to get criticized by our parents for being who nice our kids meaning our kids when they become parents are going to look back at go. Daddy why you blow so much sunshine up my ass. You're thirty nine. Why call me daddy. And i'm not wiping you anymore. That's right that's enough it. S yeah i mean. I think that they might be just insufferable when they're adults or they'll be insufferable. They'll not have the skills it takes to be successful in the real world and they will say to us who raise them. Why did you make me feel like. I was the best when i stunk and i'm not in you. Love me. yeah. I'm not equipped now to go out and compete because that's what it is. I mean like. I said getting back to Coming full circle here you go on out dish in. There's five hundred nineteen year olds. Who are sensitive. Yeah right and you got to beat them out. It's totally true. That what you said my son. I was praising him for something that dead. I am not the best painter in the class. Okay it's fine. And i'm like well. No semi really great. Yeah it's fun. But i'm not the best one dad stop right. That's totally true. I mean i fall into all the time. Yeah it's it's easy because it's what you want to do. Send you harder to go the other way all right. Let's bring it home baby to news. I'm alison rosen zip cutie. That was the news. With alison rosen and as andrew mccarthy. Back in two thousand twelve.
"reseda" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Yes i mean in terms of entertainment in terms of the truth well in terms of i think he looks at it as you know entertainments entertainments entertainment like hey news in the news in in modern family. Both those guys don't cock only but it seems like they both do. It seems like they're about. That's what you're saying. Yes in uruguay guys. Not even married to that girl and all that kind of stuff and it's the way look at radio. I'm saying it's theater of the mind so this could be any does crazy stunts and we ended up talking about it. I'll two minute long. A minute is let's say forty five seconds thirty seconds looking long thirty thirty seconds of someone lashed to your cheek or fucking nuts. You think that's actually true. Do yeah i mean like i said fans that would do that well. That's probably true. Yeah i does. But like i said he is perfectly willing to throw himself down a flight of stairs if it if it means getting some ink maybe more down eight himself in your Yeah draw backwards in an airport bathroom. Run by a guy tell you that car on a sticker how the swastika with the big line through it. And it's like oh really coming out against nazi joy. Careful little early for that almost gonna judge you for that. Yeah we went through. The jury comes back on you. Step out on a limb that way all right well. Look i. praise his boldness. Yeah boy i'll tell you what where does that. He may have made it. I think you by the nazi one. That one i mean. That's what i around the it you know. Obviously i'm going to share of getting ready for a couple months ago so in entertainment news. Justin bieber did a concert near zona and barth twice. Onstage really hurt his music but he tweeted a couple of times. Afterwards and brian he tweeted milk was bad choice. Wow here we go cusack choice. Yeah it's the shows gotta go on. You know what i mean. It doesn't matter what show it would not go on. Well i had this happened on a much smaller scale. Obviously but you sell thousand tickets to a theater and it's like it doesn't matter how you feel you gotta go you gotta. They're they're like it's it's on throw up. No i've i've got the runs. I've been a little. I've had a little of that. But i- diaper up. Before i get out on stage male cusack i. I've thankfully made it through everything. But i have a very strong constitution but He's gonna get sick when you go on a tour and everything he does is madison square garden. Sold out three nights. And if you're fucking sick on that second night where the to say cancel it and by the way everyone around us just going nuts because you know much money we're going to have to hand back to people and there's so much moving around and jumping around right So so yeah. But i mean first off the bomb. It's going to end up on ebay. Going to be beaver vomit. Peavy would what did they say. Like carrot puke. Yeah and it depends will have to get some sort of certification from a doctor or some sort of dna sample or something like that. But yeah i don't know it's weird because he i don't feel like he's a high capacity guy he's like a thermos that only hold half a cup coffee and how much could come out of the bbc. Not i mean. He's a twenty five sopping wet. You know how much yak could come out of that guy right just like caught up verb. Yeah anyway we're going to something. More serious. governor brown has signed a bill giving juveniles a second chance right now. There are three hundred nine. Inmates serving life without parole sentences in california for murders committed when they were younger than eighteen. He has now signed a bill saying that judges could reduce the no parole sentences to twenty five years to life if the inmate shows remorse and is taking steps towards rehabilitation. Were first question on the inmates maths. Man what's remorse. I'm believed they probably don't know if you get locked up at sixteen right. Dropped out You know Middle school at thirteen. Someone's going to give you a long remorse lecture. Yes show it So what do you think. I mean the idea here. Is that people under eighteen. Their brains aren't fully formed their idea their morality. Isn't you know cemented yet. And so they could change. They don't have a sense of long term consequence whether it's killing somebody in the long term clients the person killing and or themselves or riding a motorcycle with no helmet. You don't give a shit when you're sixteen. You don't have that especially when you come from a certain place you know. People's lives are sort of worth what your life is worth. I've figured this out. Because i my life used to not be worth anything essentially and i lived that way. I didn't wear a helmet. I rode my motorcycle the rain. I didn't give a shit. I'd get in fights with people so do stupid stuff because who cares like what what was there to lose. There wasn't anything to lose but crappy apartments and roommates and shitty trucks no insurance and no future and dead end jobs and all that. There's nothing to lose now. it's a completely different thing. Kids house wife. You know the whole nine yards. And i want to go anywhere. I totally agree with that. And you don't typically when your kid no clue doing things with you have no idea of consequences so you take you take these kids. And i'm you know i'm guessing we're talking some intercity kids and that sort of thing and their life isn't worth anything to them. They're latchkey kids. You're latchkey kids. The blonde kids with the long. Well i'm on a roll point. Is this when you're fifteen and a half and you come from just fucking squalor and violence and poverty and addiction and everything else and you kill. Somebody doesn't matter to you like there. What is life i mean. Who what is their life worth and you see. It's hard to go pass your life and it's your life isn't worth anything and by the way your freedom's not really worth anything you're you're in a fucking shitty cages. It is what kind of life you have so getting locked up as almost a lateral move. And that's really and i do believe when you're young you know certain age. Obviously it's bad that you're encoded that way and that you're even capable of doing that and there's a part of me that doesn't want human beings that are capable of just putting a bullet in the strangers head to be anywhere near society again on the other hand there's going to be more and more of this as people mature at a younger and younger age get hold of fucking firearms and get out and do horrible things and i always just say look. Let's get the fuck and family together because this is going to be a sort of case by case there's gonna be. Some guy turned his life around gets educated gets his degree in in the joint and all that kind of stuff by the way. That's a power move to get a college degree in the joint. A weird way just at a party better than harvard. Yeah it is. I mean that's ruck your face rich boy that's yeah yeah got my degree in the join And then they're going to be certain amount of guys who go out and kill somebody else and then when that does happen. It'll be a big fucking deal. But i'm generally with. I'm generally with the. Yeah if they show remorse that means sorry and they get their shit together. Let them find. Jesus christ but would you be more comfortable around someone who killed someone in their teens. Got system of extra you see..
"reseda" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Every movie i've ever seen that his featured the amazon de rana's where we went the amazon. Is your problems pretty beautiful actually serene even yeah known fell in the water and everyone got off without a scratch The book By the way you can get from amazon and again Thank you for showing us a little love amazon again there. It is again the amazon. That's right and got an pearl dot com. Hit the amazon banner and get the book. And you punch through us and you keep the pirate ship afloat man so We love it. Do you remember the episode of amazing stories. Yeah because that was that spielberg or who was his show but he didn't it tomenko which directed that yeah. Do you remember this. It was sort of like twilight zone. Ask and it was so ohno the amazing story one tim. Hutton directed that okay. I turned into the old guy yet. Yeah yeah t- turn into the old guy and then but to save the wife. Was henry story. Remember going two hours of makeup to become the old guy. I'm not sure wine Can we talk about saying hamas fire go. Do i love that movie. I can never switch. I can never turn it. If it's on it's on i go. I go wherever soup-to-nuts. But i'll go middleton nuts. Do you have a favorite scene though. August sacked Well let's see. I love it. I love when kirby is getting in. The care is getting in the car and driving through the snow. I love go find andie mcdowell. I love any time. A guy pretends to play the saxophone in the eighties. When rob lowe posed this question seriously what would be more embarrassing for. You now likes apparent as an adult now footage of you doing gay porn from the eighties or you playing a saxophone in an eight moving with the hairband with the hair we take the time. This is when you're at a party. Take the tie and you pull it around your head and then you just start rocket out. I just love. I love a good eighties. Rock out session. Just love. that aimless isn't it and and andrew scene where he's explaining why he doesn't believe in love anymore because he He was in a band and he fell in love with a check and she ran off with a guy named ringo. Played the bongos yeah. I didn't remember that really probably going to play the bongos. And then you swore off love and then you flick your cigarette into the into the walk. I was my finest moment and then had that. Love scene with allie and so on the day were shooting to love scene. We're kind of doing it. And it's very tentative. And then joel schumacher. Whose directors cut cut cut. It just stands up your fucking which then burst into tears. I yeah because he wanted a little hotter assures wasn't then rally bursting into tears and then i stand up with no clothes on fuck matter with you. Don't be in them. And it was an ugly moment. She seems a little Tightly wound halley. Kinda lovely lady. Come on lovely nutty lovely little kooky little kooky. Yeah yeah. i just haven't seen her in a long time but she was. You know high. Strung as we say affectionately and as far as you go and your career now what would you like to do. Other than Write a book or not. Been directing television stuff. So i like doing that. I've written a movie that i plan to exit and doing a lot of the travel writing so i sort of slide back and forth between all three of them. And it's it's kind of nice. I like it and i i don weird when people remember i was talking to somebody and i said oh andrews kind of reclusive but then there's this thing where just because you're not bitten by this sort of fame bug we have to get out and get in front of people all the time and do the circuit the whole time people are like. Oh he's reclusive. But maybe that's complete nonsense. You just feel normal you just feel like the other part is the one. that's abnormal. Always had a problem with the sort of shameless self. Endless shameless self promotion. So i'm suddenly reclusive. Because i didn't want to do it so yeah i think it's kind of weird. Was there pressure to do it. Though in the heyday. Sure i guess so. You know i mean it's it seems so innocent now. Looking back is so savvy. Everything is now everybody's got their twitter's in their you know their cameras and but at the time it seemed very overwhelming f for sure i only my i like to hang back a little bit as well but and i don't have a problem with it. I have a problem with people thinking that it was foisted on you like where they go. They -ssume that. Everyone is out there scratching and clawing going on auditions every day. Trying to you know yelling at their agent get me on this show or whatever and then they don't see you on it to go things not going too well and you're like now. I'm doing other things that i'd prefer to do. But i'm not running running on that path and like i said i had the security guards say to me the other day what woody up to and i went well. I just wrote a book. Anyone just chilling now. Anyone don't worry we'll come up soon and he walked away and i thought i wanted to run. Get him go. Like i don't understand. I'm not really trying to do this writing a book. I'm doing something. I'm doing a podcast. He was walking away. Just thinking is like that part of it. Yeah it's like what. I've been reading this book for the last year. Okay what else you got going on right now. You don't stand up and i all day. I'm doing that. you know so. Yeah or they do the so nothing in the tv pilot maybe next year. I'm not trying to define okay. i get it. Yeah the longest way. Home is the name of the book and again Available as we speak Should we do a little news and Let's see yeah. Let's jump in along.
"reseda" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Nervous. I do i am am i gotta say by the way. The book is called the longest way home. One man's quest for courage for the courage to settle down. So you look at me. I'm all over the road We'll get to that in just one second. I know you travel a lot and You drink tea and you travel and you probably don't like cars sinus one car in my life. One car for a sixty seven camaro convertible. It was great. I had it when i was twenty two Until i was twenty four. And then i got totalled on the harbor freeway but i live in new york. I don't need a car. yeah. And you're i i think you you lead peaceful lives right where you travel you read and you think that's so wrong dude at all. I've got two small kids. life's chaos. Oh really how old are your kids. Ten and six. Yeah and i ten and six and it was still married. Yeah and second time second time but these kids are from the first from this one. Yeah yeah chaos. I liked the leading a peaceful life. Now so how does your. How does your path to acting go. Well i was thinking about it. Because i we're out on the road and we're talking about you coming in and i was thinking you're sort of an unlikely leading man that and then i take in the spirit in which it's what spirit is. Well what i know. Obviously when you see rob lowe you go. That guy's got to fucking front of the camera or my penis or a vagina or something. Like he's gotta be he's gotta be doing something he just looks like that guy. You're cute you know what i mean. Not that means a lot to me on them. Yeah i mean it was one of those. I mean. the whole thing was sort of an accident. When i was a kid. I was in a play in high school. Because i got cut from the high school basketball team and my mother told me to go for the play and then i i was kicked out of college after two years and there was an ad in the newspaper that said wanted eighteen vulnerable sensitive for the lead in the movie and i thought i'm eighteen vulnerable sensitive so i went to an open. Call with five hundred. Eighteen vulnerable insensitive gives and ten days later. I was in the movies. Which movie was class with jacqueline bisset. Oh my first job was rob enron. So it was all downhill after that really so so you go and by the way did you go to the pretty in pink premier. Yeah i thought. I saw you there. I was the man chinese right. That's right remember where the party was. the party was at the palace. No it was in your pants. That's right party was at the palace afterward. Which is it's not the palace anymore. it's now i don't know what it is. It was kind of a legendary place from back in the day. Duckie's harris change but yours is remain. Sam looking at the picture. I remember molly just had her wisdom teeth removed. You remember that she was all swollen up and everyday story anyway. But i remember that night very clearly i walked out of the premier and one across the street to there was a chinese restaurant went to the bar and started drinking really pouring rain. Right yeah yeah. Why couldn't you watch it. I just could never watch any of those things. Never not just. Because you're in it or you don't you don't know because i was in it. I just felt too self conscious to awkward watching them particularly people around your finest work. I look at it. I'm doing a lot of press for this book. I have now and they all of course play clips from these movies. And i look at them and i think the acting is not particularly great but i do see a certain look in the eye. That is so full of you know. Wow wonder it's i see. I see the appeal. But i don't have great acting as i like them and they have a certain appeal for sure. Well i'm starting to think as i think about this but you give me your opinion. I feel like with most things especially something like sitcoms. It's the material for the most part. I mean the the the real material Especially for sitcoms. But a lot of things like there's i think there's a ton of good actors and some of them get bad material and some of them get good material and i don't know i don't know what you can do to overcome the bad material. And it was a sing about like julia. Louis dreyfus she did chris a four forty pokka ball or something. They eventually right now. She's not gonna win any emmys for that but then she does veep and she wins an emmy. So is she a good actress or she of bad after the material for that wasn't good enough to get her one but then she hooks up with somebody that can Sorry the book The longest way home. So you go did you have you have you. Have you tracked around this world. Have you traveled a nice segue secret. Other life where i'm a travel writer for various national geographic traveler and bunch of magazines. So i do. I've been doing that for the last ten years. Yeah and where have you gone. Patagonia a lot of places in africa. The book i read about patagonian in costa rica. Climb kilimanjaro down. The amazon stuff like that. And what's the what would surprise. Most you think like like there's places you have a preconceived idea about like you think all right. That's the amazon. I know what that looks like. And then you go do it and you go all right. This is what i thought or you go. Oh my god. This is nothing like what i thought. Place like the amazon. And i know exactly what it is you get there. It's even more so than just like holy shit. This is yeah. It's a big river. But.
"reseda" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"I'll be playing some music. Dawson's going to be opening. Got woody from the woody show guesting so make sure to come out and check out a live outdoor adam corolla podcast taping also. This wednesday may twenty six. I'll be playing at tantalum in long beach. Six thirty to nine thirty pm and may twenty eighth and twenty ninth. This friday and saturday. Are we playing at marina wine from seven pm to ten pm. So because they're looking for something to do on the southern california long beach area playing finger pop tunes are. Let's get going with the next clip now earlier this week. We had andrew mccarthy on he is actually making his triumphant return to the podcast because he was on back in two twenty twelve and adamant he bonded over the pretty in pink premier. And of course adam had a lot of questions about some of his old movies. Well let's go back to the two thousand twelve interview in here. Andrew on the show back then cruel show nine. Twenty-three andrew mccarthy matt actually not in this portion sorry alison rosen. Brian big. This was recorded in september. Two thousand twelve is the with andrew and the full. New allison's news adds much different type of energy. It's not a one on one. I love the interview with andrew was hilarious. Great fascinating and this is actually. Because he's a much different stage of his life. He was at the travel writing. He was just starting to direct television. And it's very different than position. He wasn't in the new interview. So check it out. I don cruel show nine twenty three. Yeah excited to run. Introduce andrew mccarthy discussed mccartney. I'm pong over car. The good sandra to be here. He's.
Mercedes Carnethon on Outdoor Masking
"So indika gory of. What is it okay to do. Now that we've learned more about the coronavirus. The latest topic of heated discussion is wearing masks outside ground. University's dr. she's. John noted over the weekend that outdoor infections are extremely rare and harvard's doctor mark lipstick. Tweeting this week quote. Outdoor masking has notable costs and really no evidence of benefits. So are we about to see the great american unmasking. At least when we're outside here to help us parse through the issue is dr mercedes thon vice chair of preventive medicine at northwestern university. Feinberg school of medicine. She's also an epidemiologist reseda. Welcome to the podcast will thank you for having me so mercedes. Where'd you land on the outdoor masking debate. You know. I think that the data that we've seen thus far do suggest that transmission of the corona virus outdoors is exceedingly rare. And that's largely. Because you know we've got wide open air and those virus particles are not as concentrated as they would be indoors and so i think it's i think it's very uncommon that we would expect to see transmission to me. The primary reason to wear a mask in settings where we would see a number of other people or be around other people outside is really the social factor signaling that we are still in a pandemic modeling the behaviors that can protect us during this pandemic and so it becomes almost a social factor and an acknowledgement meant of where we are today.
"reseda" Discussed on Directionally Challenged
"Question Culture, which is a company that you have that you also started again while in prison correct I mean you were just so. Busy accomplishing all these amazing things and you guys released a new album. That's. Teaming up with Justice La, schools, not prisons and. Reform. La. Gel Jails to produce de-fund the sheriff freight. That's the name of the album. can you talk to us about that and how we can support it? Yes do you the sheriff? So and question culture yeah. Thank you. For that question question called Ger is you know before I started using or having any of these life experiences as music producer I started making beats and fourteen And very quickly also dot organized politicized not fourteen I realized there is a disconnect between like my home were in the streets and then my friends who are in the. During social justice work like why aren't the homemade? Pulling up to. The protests like this is literally about them. There are some of the most marginalized people in society And I realized that a way to build that bridge was through culture like folks in in the streets. Share. The same culture listen to the same music watch movies eat the same food smoke same lead as people in the movement and I wanted to to really use a music film fashion the things that I loved so much for the movement in that way. So. In two thousand, fifteen I wrote produced recorded, released an album from prison Don't look it up. It's not super good but I'm proud for for doing it. And that was. That was the launch of of question culture and. We you know hip hop is the biggest cultural force on earth and And the institutionalization the JERKY and imprisons The biggest problem honors So we try to use. Hip Hop to Patriarchy and not in a way that's like corny. I would never actually say that on a song but rather in ways that feel authentic and dope and creative and So we did this album defend the sheriff with a just Soleil reformulate jails Schools not prisons to support the defunding sheriff campaign, which is happening in La 'cause every every question culture projects touched to an action campaign. So like not only does the art challenge narratives, but we want to use the arts like which for real campaigns. So just as La which are the homeys they're fighting. In mass incarceration in Los Angeles and winning read out to us and we're like a we wanna bring attention to all the different defunding sheriff campaigns that are happening, what about doing an album and we're able to reach out to a bunch artists right meant. Romy Arctic. Why Else Lack Adam Gandhi Hella other people as well as our own artists into Goma Matteo consigning question poacher and eight who is currently incarcerated and also sign a question poacher and and put out this album in you know. Bring national attention to the largest jail system on earth and the most murderous sheriff's department on Earth, which is right here in L. Account. How can we and our listeners download it to help support it? It's on everything if you just put on the sheriff in whatever you have apple music spotify is right there. Okay. Awesome. excited. I have my new playlist. Yeah. Can't we. Thank you so much for joining us today. We've been really excited to sit down with you where can our listeners find you on social media? Obviously, they can Search initiate justice learn more about that organization and success stories as well. But where can they find you personally to to just follow you on your journey? My My socials are my name Ritchie Rosetta Do you think it's spelled Rossia R. E. S. E. D. A. Like the neighborhood in La and yeah, that's my instagram. That's my twitter, and then you can lean to question culture in I. J Success Stories I have them on my bivalves. Perfect and we'll also have those in our podcast links for this episode Richie this has been such a wonderful conversation and we are honored and proud to have had it with you. Truly. So thank you for joining us. Thank y'all so much for having me this. Amazing and. Up Seventeen? Joe. It's hard to find the words after a conversation like that. It's the. I mean a lot of. I had so many questions we could've talked for hours with Ritchie and I'm so appreciative that he was able to be so vulnerable and also informative with his answers because I have asked a million more questions. Right, and I'm just so impressed with how much he's accomplished in his life already yet such a young age. I know that we have so much to see from him in the future too. So to be able to have had this conversation at this point in his life is Really exciting and I'm just GONNA follow him and excited to see what he does in the future I. Also, we have our new summer playlist Hashtag defined the sheriff, his new album. Yes, and we know exactly what we're how we're voting on seventeen come November of this year in California that's on prop seventeen. And yes on Ritchie Reseda Richie. Thank you so much again for joining us. We hope you guys enjoyed this episode of directionally challenged and we'll have an all new episode waiting for you guys next week..
"reseda" Discussed on Directionally Challenged
"Hey guys. It's candice and Kayla, and we are directionally challenged Oh. Yeah. We thought we'd have it all figured out by the time we're in our thirties but surprise, we don't Nope we don't. Oh Man, we really don't. But that's why we have this podcast and that's why we're all together here today to grow and learn. We've a wonderful guest that we've been excited to have join us today For weeks we've been anticipating this interview we are going to sit down with a gentleman by the name of Ritchie Reseda I, I. Heard About Ritchie from watching a black lives matter L. A. has virtual townhall every Thursday. I recommend them. It's on their facebook page If you look at the L A chapter for black lives matter they have all of the town halls that they've done throughout twenty twenty. It's they're called. This is not a drill and so Ritchie was specifically in part thirteen and the episode is called Hashtag defunding police and police abolition. He's also joined by, Hey, one asfaw, Pete White of L. A. can and the virtual town halls are hosted by Melina Abdulah. Who is one of the founders of the L. A. Chapter of Black Lives Matter and Ritchie's story was incredible I just. Really appreciated how he explained. You know what it meet what police abolition Manse, and we're just so excited that he's going to be our guest today. Ritchie received is the formerly incarcerated feminist man who teaches feminism to men behind bars. He co-founded Initiate Justice in two thousand sixteen while serving ten years in California State Prison while incarcerated he founded success stories a program that helps young men in prison challenge. Patriarchy to better achieve their goals, which was also the subject of CNN's documentary titled The feminist on Cellblock why he holds a bachelors degree in business management from Adams State University, and he wraps and produces music through social impact record label question culture. So without further ADO, here is our compelling conversation with Ritchie received. And here with Ritchie a richie. Thank you so much for joining us. How are you doing in twenty twenty right now? How are you handling quarantine? Are you staying creative? Yeah. Twenty twenty Difficult and also really a laboratory. And Amazing to just have so many changes in the world happens I don't know there's no single way I've been both really good and have had like real challenges of the like most people have You know. Few people who've made billions of dollars off the scoring team it's been. Yeah absolutely. That's what I feel like every conversation for Awhile I. Think I've even said it on this podcast, but usually you ask someone like how are you and they're like, I'm good. But now the new I'm good is I'm okay like I'm okay today I'm okay. And so we can definitely resonate with that. Did you grow up in California? Yeah Yeah I'm from Los Angeles California civically The San. Fernando Valley until I was like sixteen in the everywhere way. Yeah. Well, you've gotTa fell California girl in Kayla. So I'm from Long Beach born and Rai-, and it's so rare to find someone who's actually from here. And so what I was reading and you were talking about growing up in the San Fernando, Valley I was like, oh. Okay. Here we go. I love it awesome and growing up in California so lovely and great but then it's also you know not necessarily. Everyone thinks it is and I know that your childhood is something that is greatly affected and impacted who you are today and I really want our listeners to hear some of your story because I know we have a lot of locals listen and. Can you take us there from the beginning. I really appreciate you saying that Kayla because California I think California is a perfect example of what Neil Liz Jalapeno is very like service level liberal California loves to put on especially being from know this probably better than everyone California let's put on a good corporate sponsored pride. California loves to talk about blasts, ceilings, and supporting women but California is also extremely a invested in the punishment state. California has one of the highest per capita incarceration rates in the world Los Angeles County has biggest Jefferson in the world. So while we also have Hollywood here in La, we also have Tens of thousands of an house people and tens of thousands of incarcerated.
"reseda" Discussed on Ghost Town
"Got Me. Then light anomalies. Again is. You're looking at housing. I don't know what this means to whatever. Yeah. Now. To cap this off, there is a photo. From one of the kind of infrared night-vision. Yeah. A still from the do not mention it on the show but. People who watch the show saw it. I don't know how. Or a again, I'm really trying to come to terms of this. You see the host Zach is in a room and you see clearly a scary face behind him. I I. Don't know if when the editors they saw this, they were just like Whoa we didn't see that. will out there without any kind of preface. Because in editing, you can literally have a voice orm like, yeah we saw the Yes exactly I think viewers and I don't. I don't know if that was intentional I can't I can only speculate, but it is very, very, very scary. Yeah. It looks like it's like greg up again, it's like A. There's a shelf and there, but it looks like a jar like a bucket on the shelf. But like half of a jars ahead, a human head and that's really genius if it's if they knew about her doctorate whatever and just didn't mention it because having those Easter eggs for fans is probably the best thing ever but it is truly terrifying. Yeah. Mean could have sitting there Washington. I know their everyday lives the strange stuff they're like, Whoa, should we go in and do a voice you know during editing? Let's just leave it. Yeah and let people discovered for themselves, which is a lot more interesting than us always kind of spoon feeding the in for. Either spoon feeding me totally. It's it's a very scary. So the head which they don't mention turns his acting goes WANNA suck it..
"reseda" Discussed on Ghost Town
"There's one tree in the corner that it literally has a life of its own beyond the regular normal tree thing. So the boys actually lost the house it was stolen from them pretty much hang out with a bad crowd. You have bad people I told them. That's what saved their lives, but they actually are trying to get it back right now I think there's GonNa be some lawsuits. I don't know what's going to happen. I don't even. Get back in the house because I still think it should be you actually turned down. And there was actually this is not known by anyone. There was another death after ghost adventures. Crew is there and it was somebody very famous his daughter I met her I actually when I would go try to help the guys out here clear the house try to show them how to clear themselves. She would be there and we would speak she was a gifted young woman but again, very troubled and did have an addiction problem and she oh, deed right there in the House soon after we filmed the episode of Ghost Adventures. So it indeed is a house of evil. Interesting don't you want to know who that daughter is I immediately and not to be? Invasive but I yeah, I did not ask her down and she already gave a juicy clip and the fact is sheep brought on this. She brought this episode to life. She brought the goes ventures to. This House. Shoes. According to working with the you know the people and and and new them and she's sympathetic and she wanted to help any way. She could I, I can't. Really. Comment on that because I don't really know but. When she did say that somebody died they're I mean listen in you know us a celebrity sleepy child tragedy in the valley is now yeah exactly I think I didn't get a chance to Google it but I'm sure if it's like Oh celebrity daughter Od Valley, a lot of results would come up and unfortunately I have not asked shell by but she grew up probably is a story about this. She has when it comes to like some kind of celebrity I mean she still had a Tom Hanks habit. Every story every celebrity she grew up and went to high school with a lot of people that probably know and have won Oscars and stuff like address..
"reseda" Discussed on Ghost Town
"The haunted San Fernando Valley I'm Rebecca lead, I'm Jason Horton, and this is a ghost town. The. San Fernando Valley, there's a house consumed by evil nestled in the receive a neighborhood of L. A.. Voices, apparitions and possessions. This house was made famous by Ghost Adventures Season Thirteen episode for from October Fifteenth Twenty Sixteen. Receipt a house of evil and it seems to be a fan favourite. Before we go there, very quickly, we did some updates to our Patriot on. You might be interested in you might be Patriot dot com slash ghost town pod, check that out. There good I'll I'll say I'll be brave enough to say that I think are Patriot looks good. Will he'd be brave enough. To recede a not because of traffic you're the one who's afraid of RESEDA. You're the one who has weird. Oh No that wasn't received that was Alta Dena yell to denied issues with the big issues with Alta Dena recedo were good with so how I found this subject. I did not know goes of. Interest. What it is somebody posted on my facebook somebody who is a Loves. La In the valley and its history they posted about this house. In receipt of that was haunted and I was well listen. I love we laid on facebook village. You can't ignore that can't ignore that gotta do look it up. So my in laws are from that area native recissions northridge receive. That whole area. So I was like perfect is a lot. It checks a lot of boxes for me, and then in doing the research, it's really ghost adventures. made it what it is, and that's fine and that's great and it's great. I mean and October fifteenth of something it's the it's the Halloween wind up they're getting ready they're getting momentum as we know Halloween is really the time of year October is the time for podcast like really cash in yet to really get in there but you know you know ghost adventures is spent especially I. Think. So it's a big deal. It's a heavy hitters from saying big APP, and it seemed to be one that people really liked the episode a great perfect. So. There's not a ton of information to be found outside of what they've already covered house. Won't what can we bring to the table with something new beside our opinion beside our point of view and we have a oh yeah..
"reseda" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry
"I mean the work is always moving and growing so I'd love if folks followed me all my handles are Ritchie receipt just my name, also my organizations I got a media company where we just make dope music and art to have these conversations, and then we follow everything up with an action campaign call question culture that folks can tap in with follow question Culture Ritchie receipted and Indigo Mateo have been doing this brilliant videos. They this one on American cops and I think it's such a smart piece of art till. Please check out and plus you culture were about. About to drop an album for my best friend, WHO's currently incarcerated success stories, we're doing toxic masculinity workshops in prisons and jails and other Carson spaces initiate justice. We're doing work to end mass incarceration. California inspired justice, which is who I met you through. Eliza is doing amazing work in the creative space and trying to get the entertainment industry to be walking in step with the movement, so yeah, I encourage folks to tap in with all those things in terms of like. How do you support the movement? The Movement at large I would say two things one do like the hard work, and like the sole work of divesting yourself from the idea that justice's revenge. That's hard. That's hard for me. That's hard for all of us. How we were raised right? We watched a movie. The bad guy hits the good guy. The good guy hits the bad guy. We Cheer Right. That's quote, unquote justice, doing the hard work of letting go of revenge, and then supporting the organizations that were doing the work I just named a bunch success stories not adjust is inspired justice, right question culture, but black lives matter the Movement for black lives, and when you are following these people, it's one thing to re tweet them, and to re share something on your instagram story, but you see those graphics that are like call this. This da and tell them this call the governor of California and tell him to let the people imprisoned go during covert call the city council, and tell them to not put money like those are the most important moments that we actually stop and call. Yeah, we have to make those phone calls, and by the way phone calls work. People think oh I'M GONNA call. It's not gonNA mean anything. No phone calls work. Two phone calls might not work twenty thousand phone calls. I cannot say this from my lived experience I am here right now got a prison two years early because of a law that we in a bunch of organizations in California. California fought to change and win. Our organization went up to the capital to talk to this one family member about it. I was still in prison, and as soon as they sat down as soon as our squad from initiate. Justice Tena Bargain them sat down. The assembly member said I already know what you're talking about. And they started up file cabinets full of letters they had over ten thousand letters, regarding that piece of legislation there nothing to meet about their like you have our support, we see this is what the people want that literally led to me getting out two years early and I wasn't supposed to go home until March thirtieth two. Two Thousand Twenty I went home on July sixteenth two thousand eighteen almost two years ago, exactly my father passed away three days after I was supposed to get out of prison so I'm just trying to make it real for people. How much these letters these tweets! These phone calls matter because of the ten thousand people who sat down and wrote those letters I was able to get out of prison two years early, and have a year and a half with my father. Before he died that I otherwise would never have had that is how real those action items are wow. Ritchie. Thank you. You're like this I. Don't know you're like prism. Prism just like shooting off color. On the walls! You're so special and I'm always here for you. Thank you for being a part of the show and thank you just for being just an incredible person so happy to know you. You Inspire me daily. Thank you. so much more than gender equality, and it involves so much more than than gender. Feminism. Is. must evolve a consciousness of capitalism. Feminism that I relate. And there are multiple feminists. So, it has to involve a consciousness of capitalism and racism and. Colonialism and postcolonial. Ability and Jen does that we can even imagine and and more sensuality than we ever thought we could name. Feminism has helped us not only recognize a range of connections among this forces and institutions and identities of policies that we often tend to conceive consider separately. But in this also help us to develop. A pistol logical been organizing strategies that take us beyond the categories, women and gentlemen. Over the last several weeks we've had a huge national discussion over whether to defend or abolish policing in America and what a true justice system might look like. During. This debate I've heard. A lot of people, a lot of white people, Hem, and Haw, and talk about the semantics of language. Well Chad I think we should call it reform the police. I don't know Karen maybe. We should call it. Rebirth of the police saying reform is bad marketing. What Are you seriously arguing over whether or not you like? The words used to describe these important ideas. Are you so hung up on your perception of the optics that you argue over basic terminology, instead of fighting for the just causes those terms represent. Well Chad and Karen. You need to get over yourself. And getting the.
"reseda" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry
"How old are you at the time that you got out of Pros Twenty six? So I WANNA try to go back to your youth and I want you to really try to if you can because I'm sure you've thought about this, tell me how your experience shaped the way you look at policing. I have never had a positive experience with a police officer Edam. My life a prison. Nation is also a where we blame individuals for the suffering that they experience and related. -Ly, we. Create new crimes turning their problems into crimes, criminalising disempowered groups of people in disadvantaged communities. People with mental health problems, people with substance abuse issues people who are pregnant and can't get prenatal. Care Etcetera. A prison nation is a place where we have more aggressive law enforcement militarized police, and we use those strategies not only to control what is perpetrated by the media as violent crime, but more mundane gender policing of non normative behavior. I I started getting criminalized like I said when I was eleven twelve years old horse playing in middle school, but every situation that I've ever been in that included law enforcement ended up with me. Being victimized I'll give an example. My friend and I I was sixteen. He was fifteen. We were hanging out with some other friends of ours. They were girls. They were both older than us. They're like seventeen. Seventeen and eighteen and her car broke down, so she pulled over to the side of the road, and we all got out of the car and she called her mom. We, we do not fix cars. And the police pulled over and the first thing they did when they pulled over was they put me my male friend who is also a young black man? They put in handcuffs. They've shirt off, but. But in handcuffs, and had a sit on the curb, and then they pulled the two young women aside and started asking trafficking them. If they were okay, we were abusing them mind. You are actually older than nuts. One of them was technically an adult to the point where they were going back and forth with these girls so much that the girls started crying 'cause they're like. No, actually my car's broke. Broke down I'm scared. I'm calling my mom and trying to get help, and you're interrogating me about my friends. I've had experiences where I've been parked in a been pulled over been pulled over at a gas station like pumping gas, and the cop pulled up and put his lights on. I didn't even know what to do I was like. Are you pulling me over I'm out of the CAR News I. I get back in the car and I got in. He said you non pulling you over. I said you're not calling me Oh rows already over. He said you didn't have your seatbelt on and said that's because I was staying up and pumping gas long story short. They called back up and helicopter came and one of the cops who came Mrs in Westwood for folks, aren't in Los Angeles. It's like. Like a rich white neighborhood, one of the cops came who has led the next, and he told me my friend. You know y'all. Don't belong here which I'll do here. That's been my experience law enforcement when I was fifteen sixteen seventeen years old I had this like totally separate career as a pop star in all of Asia, which is just a bizarre existence, anyway like I had my own background dancers. Dancers whole nine yards, and so I was a teenager and my producer was. This amazing guy became like my best friend. Ever name is Jamie Jazz. You just like the coolest coolest 'cause. He wasn't that much older than I was. So we just related to each other, and he was so awesome, and so we're going to lunch one day from the studio. And I said to him you WANNA drive and And he looked at me and this was my first experience where the lights were turned on basically, and the wool was pulled back over my eyes. He said to me Oh honey. I can't drive your car was like. What do you mean you can't drive my car? He's like I can't drive cars Mercedes. Get pulled over right so this was like thirty years ago and so having that person in my. Shaped a lot of my experience with cops I was honestly getting nervous. Telling those stories because usually that happens when I tell those stories to white people in particular including white people in my family by the way I'm half, Jewish my mom is why I have. Spent every Sunday, sitting at a table full of Jewish white people who knew me was all this was happening. My grandfather actually was La Sheriff for thirty years, and the way that they would respond is well those cops that beat you up or those cops that called you the n word or those cops that accused you of human trafficking. When you were just in a car that broke down. They just shouldn't be cops. They're just bad cops, but the act of being a cop is not a bad thing and. And for the people who think that way, it might be hard for them to understand why would say no whole system of policing is bad and to those people out. Say this imagine I came into your house right now with a gun ordered you out of the House stole everything you had, and then spent the rest of my life investing everything I stole from you and building immense amount of wealth for me and my family, and then I hired a bunch of people to defend your house from you. And you're not allowed in the house. You're not allowed access to the wealth that I built by using your house and your things. At what point does it become my house? At what point do you stop feeling upset that I stole? What was yours? At what point does the security force that I put around my house become legitimate. When is legitimately become my house? Is it one generation to generation fifty years one hundred years as time passes I'm just getting more and more rich off of what I stole from you and using the security force to keep you out of my wealth that I have stolen from you. At what point does that? Security Force become legitimate out? Argue that never becomes Chatham. Out Argue that nothing existing on US soil today, no company, no corporation, no organization that didn't come from indigenous people or black people as legitimate I just can't see how it is, and the police exist within that, and all these things we see like my best friend Jj who got forty years to life news, fifteen years old, or my other best friend Charles who got seventy two life when he was sixteen years old for getting in a fistfight in which nobody died. These things aren't just. Just an act of the system going wrong, the system was always meant to protect white property, essentially and capitalism to protect the system as it was, and all these kind of horror stories. We here are just examples of that, but they're not the system going awry. This is what it was meant to do right there. The system working the way it's supposed to work. It's funny I. Hear the same thing from immigration AIDS that are friends of mine who you know, so many people say the. The immigration system is broken and they say no. This is exactly how the immigration system is supposed to be working. This is not supposed to be easy for people to come here because people are terrified to lose whatever privilege they have I. Hear people all the time talking about what we live in two different countries. It's like no, we don't. It's just that you are looking at these videos and a very different way because you think you have something to lose. You think that by fighting. Fighting for equality and equity and liberation means that your privilege will not help you achieve some weird pseudo success. That is really irrelevant. Anyway I'm just so appreciative that there are people like you who go back to your history. which by the way is this traumatic.
"reseda" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Reseda will nominate former congressional representative Pedro Pierluisi as secretary of state to move into the governorship of Palmer sales departure next month you're listening to a BC and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK a lot for northern California is now the largest burning in the state officials say someone accidentally started the Tucker fire Sunday afternoon in Modoc county near Clear Lake reservoir the fire is burning at nearly thirteen thousand acres outbuildings and power lines are affected but no homes are threatened California's dream of a bullet train may be slowing down lawmakers are pushing a new plan to move money out of the Central Valley and into other cities the move comes after governor Newsome's plant earlier this year to direct all the remaining bullet train funds into the San Joaquin Valley and build a partial high speed system from Bakersfield to more sad to California professors are behind the PC saws at the border the C. sales were up for about thirty minutes yesterday your some land park New Mexico they were installed through the slots of the steel fence bringing children together on both sides of the border that's the news I'm became a goddess overnight to road construction northbound I. five on the guard how we underbrush in the number two lane and the right shoulder will be closed from seven thirty PM to six AM due to utility work I'm seeing more World War northbound I. five from the power line road over crossing to the Sacramento River bridge from ten PM to four AM the love shoulder the right shoulder and also the median shut down due to K. rail installation westbound fifty from the westbound Zinfandel drive over crossing to these bounds Zinfandel drive over crossing we got older maybe lane closures from ten PM to five PM for electrical work traffic on the tens every ten minutes morning to afternoons Steve forever news that a three for one K. if the kid for under mostly clear skies early on this Wednesday morning below fifty.
Sri Lanka, Reseda And India discussed on BBC World Service
"Presidency Reseda says he will not cooperate with a parliamentary investigation into the Easter Sunday. Suicide bombings in Sri Lanka, the government has been under severe criticism for a nearing intelligence warnings from India about the
The Latest: Sri Lanka revises down death toll from attack
"Of Sri Lanka has resign. Guide after multiple suicide bombings on Easter Sunday by suspected Islamic militants a thorns in Sri Lanka have now. Revised the death. Toll lower Kartli estimating the dead at about two hundred and fifty NPR's. Michael Sullivan has more regular Mitra policy. Reseda asked for the resignation of the secretary of defense and the national police chief on Wednesday after admitting that some officials had received information warning about a possible attack or attacks, but it failed to act on it or inform him of it. The national police chief has yet to submit his resignation. Police today released photos of six people three men and three women. It said we're wanted in connection with Sunday suicide bombings and ask for the public's help and handing them the country's Muslim leadership and minister of Muslim affairs. Have also asked worshippers to avoid going to mosque on Friday and pray at home instead amid fears of possible attacks on Sri Lanka's, Muslim minority. Michael Sullivan,
"reseda" Discussed on Young House Love Has A Podcast
"I bring it home and Reseda her daughter because it's the big size of daughters, big one. And I'll just say to her look there's this one that was like our house, and it's from our beautiful family friend who we all love or this. This original one that we got second hand we can give one of them to one of your friends like one of your dolls loving friends. We'll get one of these basically put the decision on her. I said, yeah, you can choose because I don't want to be that mom that makes you keep the one. I like I want you to keep the one you like even though the whole time I was like cross fingers that you pick him. It was like this was a test for our daughter, clearly, well, she immediately. It was like, oh, I love the one that looks like our house because not only does it looks like our house, but it's a blank canvas. Like, it was truly unpainted on wall. Papered? It was just the raw wood inside at almost new which is so funny because it's very very old and never got the shingles put on the roof, but it's basically like in its earliest form, and then was never built upon. So our daughter the little architects slush. Designer sees so much potential in this very robbers and also likes that it looks like our house. So it was it was easy for her. And she knows which friend who's also very into dollhouses that she wants to give it to because I did have to put a foot down guys and say, we're not keeping all three doll. It could be a little. We have one our room. I, but I promise you it sounds like I may have whispered in her ear like the one that looks like ours. I just showed her both and said, hey, pick, which one your friend get she was at. I like what if we keep both of them my plays with them both at our house. And I was like, no, no, no. We can't keep both of them. And then she was like, okay. This one's better because I can do more with it because it's so undone think she liked that it was lightly small or like it was not quite as heavy as the other one so did fit in her room a little bit better. And you hadn't really started doing anything with that one either. Like, it was pretty much untouched. The one she got for Christmas. The Christmas was pretty much the same except we had all these plans because we spend a lot of time working on our sons and share that on the blog. I'll put a link in the show for you to see we had started planning things for our daughters. But the funny thing is that a lot of the things she wants to do well work better on the new one. Like, she really wants a spiral staircase that leads to the third floor because the weird thing about Dell has is that only my daughter has noticed even though I'm the most obsessed with them. She has this eye for this. And she says like mom, why do all doll houses have stairs to? The second floor, but they all have third floor and there's never stairs to the third floor. I don't know why. But it isn't a pedantic in the Dollhouse industry third floors where the ghosts live. They don't need stairs. But the furniture. If there is a lot of times, you put the baby up there. And then there's no way to get up there. So I was telling her we she make a little ladder out of twine. And she was like, no mom. We're going to get a spiral staircase and cut a hole like she is the full architect on this point on are those are safer a baby. True. So at least the balances kept we are still just a two well, two and a half if you count that sweetshop Dollhouse household and the good is John g- interest in around about way. I can make the right decision. If I involve our daughter. She's listen reason, this is this is my call to all of you listening. If you have a Dollhouse you live in the Richmond area, keep it to yourself. Sure, he does not need to hear about it..
Suspect turns self in after fatal shooting of 3-year-old boy on Southfield Freeway
"Say the suspect wanted in connection with the shooting death of a three year old boy in Southfield last week has turned himself in and comes just hours after law enforcement was able to track down the silver Mercedes used in the incident. The boy was shot in a drive by on the Southfield freeway while riding in the back of his godmother's vehicle on the way to see Sesame Street live police say the man driving the Reseda fired the shot that went through the back door and hit the boy in the shoulders.
"reseda" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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Attack on polio vaccination team in Pakistan kills 3
"The u added he didn't know if and dan was responsible the foreign office dismissed this latest russian account as absolute nonsense voting in russia's presidential election is underway across the country the first results from the vote in which president vladimir putin is seeking another sixyear term are expected on sunday evening mr putin has run the country since nineteen ninety nine presidents might mantra policy reseda of sri lanka has lifted a nationwide state of emergency imposed twelve days ago to contain violence between buddhists and muslims james reid reports the outbreak of communal violence in the city of candy followed growing tension between sri lanka sinhalesebuddhist majority and the muslim minority hundreds of muslim properties were damaged or destroyed by rioters including a number of mosques under the emergency powers troops were deployed to quell the unrest social media networks but suspended to stop hardline buddhist groups from inciting violence sherline 'cause last state of emergency during the civil war with the tamil tigers lasted nearly three decades rights groups will be relieved that this one has proved short lived world news from the bbc authorities in pakistan say gunmen ambushed a polio vaccination team shooting two of the health workers dead the attack took place in mohamend tribal district near the border with afghanistan local officials have imposed a curfew on the area and paramilitary frontier police are leading a search operation the pakistan taliban has targeted polio vaccination teams in the past a summit of south asian southeast asian nations and australia has ended with calls to help the hundreds of thousands of ranger people who fled persecution in myanmar but there was no formal criticism the country's government or military at the summit how will griffith is in sydney the ten nacional suspend two days talking to each other amnesty trading government about security and trade in the region but by far the biggest humanitarian issue is the plight of their hinges according to the united nations being the victims of ethnic cleansing but at the close of the summit neither the cia nor austrailia is prime minister was willing to condemn their treatment by me and my saying instead they'd spoken at length with amazon suci who'd explained to them the complexity the conflict bush and grass is found by strong winds and high temperatures have swept across four hundred square kilometers of land in the west of the australian state.