19 Burst results for "Robin Givens"
"robin givens" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast
"Why are they like to be homeless though who. I don't understand that homeless cats like being homeless before homeless. Dogs are dog with you. Even look at the dog who long. It's about getting your car but a cat day will look at you like get get away from litterbox because the dog the dogs in the hood where i live at what you know. What's so crazy. I i've never you know typically in the who you have a random dog be running. I i think these dogs dog. Because when i first moved in this apartment complex about like going on three years by the end of this year it was like forty cats out of nowhere. Now we're gonna work what happened anyway back to the story but no it's like for me Personally what was the question. Initially 'cause i go on a tangent do did you laugh it. No no i was doing was basically saying you know god like i. I'm a person. I you know Crackheads talked to them. I do all this time was tied you do on the subject. You're supposed to do in live right over here like they. God aren't you would jeannie. How many of us have over here trying to complain about doing something that you know like. He's not a genie like it doesn't work. That's part of the plan. But i never could laugh. Laugh at until i got older and a lot more mature in my thinking and takes that you know. I got a few scenarios where i laughed this probation laugh at like. I remember my home where we was in the cafeteria one time and she had went outside as she was like esau bus was coming in the buzz like almost hit her so she we start. I angle. I kinda laughed a little bit like in the moment but it wasn't like a laugh where it was like. I'm laughing at you almost died. I'm laughing like they're really just happened and she was like. If i got hit by these buzz right now i got hear it. That would allow. I would feel bad later. But i mean that's how it is like one of my one of my favorite movies is a head of state. Have you seen that with your member. In the scene where What does that robin givens was like trying to chase him. He a in new she had hit got hit by a car. That was funny. War minister south-central. While drinking juice in the hood. And yes i said the whole line in the opening scene or maybe like five timid when vivica fox if you go back and look at that movie. Her eyebrows lighter nike side. Like the check was checked down. Go i believe in so. She said she's sorry baby. You know. I know positive. Black women in this film he opens. The door flew off his bike. That's funny. I mean this. Is the dark humor. Because it's like we're making fun of the truth. It's the satire of it. And then i'm not gonna lie this kind of bad but like when my parents got a divorce Divorces will you know during the time it was obviously saying. It's still not funny. But i remember that time avant and kelly rowland had the remix a separate out alike so at the time it was sad but like now like i heard that song. I'll get like week. Because i think about that time and it's just like this song with really. Our parents is getting a divorce. Like what did you live with your mamata mom but it was joint so i've seen both of them equally. Did you try living with.
"robin givens" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Have thought it was somebody with a really big smile like Tony Robbins. I thought about that too. Yes. Giant amount of choppers in there, Okay? Today's tribute question is an easy one Women in sports, which female was the first Olympic gymnast to receive a perfect 10 rating from the judges in the 19 seventies? Yeah, Yes, yes. All right. What's our jeopardy category category for today is so expertise. Oh, oh, in honor of Irene's book. Is that what we're doing What you think? Okay, You have to identify the female in the group of three names I will provide. Tell me, which is the dame Ready? Okay. Stevie Winwood. Stevie Nicks, Daddy! Mandy, What is Stevie Nicks, Stevie Next next one. Robin Leach, Robin Givens, Robin Cook Dragon about it was Robin Givens. Correct. Pat Leahy. Happy Canon. Mandy The last one. Who is the last one. Oh, you kid, do that. No, no, no, no, no. Dang it. Go ahead. Okay. Pat Leahy Happier Canon or Pat Nixon Dragon Dragon Dragon. Got it. Pat Nixon, who is pen? At a disadvantage of not being you are. You're definitely at a disadvantage on this one. Okay. Next one Kim Campbell, Kim Philby, Kim Jong you Chim, Kim Jong Il Read those again, Brandon. Go ahead. Brandon. Brandon can Who's Kim Philby? Wrong? Read those again for me. Please save a clay. Did y'all get disconnected? Kim Campbell. Kim Philby. Just Kim Jong. Manny. Who is Kim Campbell? You are correct back to one. I just I just sent it to I just before.
"robin givens" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"We look into the mirror that is Mike Tyson cracks and all. I talked with Byron this week about how, despite all of his troubles, Mike Tyson remains an intelligent and pretty unique guy. It seems like we know everything about Mike Tyson. What can you tell us, Byron, that we're gonna learn this show about him that we didn't know before. I think more than learning things You don't know about Mike Tyson. You'll see Mike Tyson in full context, and I don't think that's ever been shown before it's been written reported. We don't seek to romanticize his life, but we do. Think connect the dots, a very public climb to success of a republic crash of a republic come back, and then they come back again. Viewers may ask themselves when it's over If I had to walk in Mike Tyson's shoot based on what I just saw, how might I have turned out in reading more about his life? What came to mind to me? Was things like pop star Britney Spears and Justin Bieber. And I say that because he was raised in a really tough environment, and when he came under the tutelage of custom, Otto, his manager. He learned how to fight, but he never really learned how to live. Does that, um I write in that do you think spot on you're exactly right. The interview last about three hours I sent Mike You were arrested. 38 times but a town You were 13 raped when you were nine. You're heavyweight champ of the world. By the time you were 20 You were convicted rapist By the time you were 30, he says, Yeah, and I'm still alive. Can you believe it? Growing up in a rough and tumble section of Brooklyn. He learned tablets survive, but no one spent much time teaching Mike Tyson how to live, and he learned on his own in a very public way. And today, Mike Tyson owns up too much of what he did in his life. He's apologetic about much of what he did in his life. And as a 54 year old man. Like a lot of us, he's trying to make peace with himself in peace with the world. One of the things that Robin Givens said in that in that interview with Barbara Walters all those years ago, she said. He's very sensitive, and she said he's very smart, 2011..
"robin givens" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And I'm reading The Washington Post today. And these these awful hit pieces by this Monica has troll. But what better Said, enviable. She's just she's dripping with envy. And then that was in the front page of the style section of the C section and the C section. Yeah, that's right. They on the in the A section They've got on Page two, a two robin give on the critique. Melania Trump seems quite content on her pedestal, said another bitter, resentful, never really going to be nearly as attractive as the wonderful first lady of the United States, and she attacks her. This is the media text on the first lady. For unveiling the Christmas decor at the White House. This is this is what filthy rag this fake newspaper is. Look at her is the first line by rubbing given because despite her protest stations That is what Melania Trump would like you to do what to look at her. Well, is that really is that right? She has been quite low pro profile. From what I can tell. That's what supporters find solace in doing. Let your gaze linger. In her final Christmas video. One produced during a pandemic. Trump emerges into frame on a staircase, a staircase landing high above a tree filled hallway. Very bitter, Very bitter, Stephan. And you know Monica has over here is attacking her for race. Okay. Robin Givens. Monica has his a Caucasian woman. Robin Givens is an African American woman, and she has attacking Melania Trump says when she was in Africa. She lamented her wish that the news media quote, focus on what I do not what I wear and quote That was after wearing a pith helmet in Kenya. I remember Hillary Clinton and her daughter riding an elephant and the news media. And they had funny hats on and the media thought it was they applauded to make gush. They wept a little bit that little bit of sexual pleasure. That, however, appears to be enough for her supporters. Oh, she has supporters. They's here as someone to admire. How dare they regularly, describing her as elegant and classy. You see where it's going? Not because of her words, which are few or her deeds. But because of her appearance, that's right. A vision of American womanhood gaze upon her tall and thin and white Oh, no. She's white again. She's Eastern European. She escaped communism only to find you people. It's the call you make to take control of your health Morning. Princeton Longevity Center for more than 20 years. Princeton Longevity Centers caring Team of.
"robin givens" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"These these awful hit pieces by this Monica has troll. But what what a pathetic said envy you. She's just she's dripping with envy. And then that was in the front page of the style section of the C section and the C section. Yeah, that's right. They may in the A section they've got on Page two, a two robin give on the critique. Melania Trump seems quite content on her pedestal, said another bitter, resentful, never really going to be nearly as attractive as Wonderful First lady of the United States and she attacks her. This is the media attacks on the first lady for unveiling the Christmas decor at the White House. This is this is what filthy rag this fake newspaper is. Look at her is the first line by Robin given, because despite her protest stations, that is what Melania Trump would like you to do what to look at her well. Is that really? Is that right? She has been quite low pro profile from what I can tell. That's what supporters find solace in doing. Let your gaze linger. In her final Christmas video. One produced during a pandemic. Trump emerges into frame on a staircase, a staircase landing high above the tree filled hallway. Very bitter, Very bitter stuff in you know, Monica has over here is attacking her for race. So let's go. Robin Givens Monica has is a Caucasian woman. Robin Givens is an African American woman. And she is attacking Melania Trump says. When she was in Africa, she lamented her wish that the news media quote, focus on what I do not what I wear and quote that was after wearing a pith helmet in Kenya. I remember Hillary Clinton and her daughter riding an elephant and the news media, and they had funny hats on The media thought it was they applauded to make gush. They wept a little bit that little bit of sexual pleasure. That, however, appears to be enough for her supporters. Oh, she has supporters. They see her as someone to admire. How dare they regularly describing her as elegant and classy. You see where it's going? Not because of her words, which are few or her deeds, but because of her appearance, that's right. Vision of American womanhood, gaze upon her tall and thin and white No. She's white again. She's Eastern European. She escaped communism, only to find you people. W N E l interesting times. It's an interesting topic to think about a lot of people whose approaching the same situation as me can lead to some interesting conversations. My God, I'm actually talking to life human that you were invited to join it. Look at the data spiking up to panic. But you guys keep it. Real opinions are not necessarily truth. They are just that opinion is where Washington comes to talk. Listen for hope. I listened for clarity. Appreciate the discusses 105.98. Am W M. A L. A. It's Larry O'Connor.
"robin givens" Discussed on In Their Closet
"Found with the boys so i really broke it down and that is that's a hypothetical i had to put myself in. I think when we were we. You're right because i think in in theory we know how we think we know how we would handle it. Emotionally logically. But until you're in it. I guess one would really wouldn't know how they would react. I do know that. I would We definitely have communication kills assumption. Right so we that would definitely be conversations. Like y'all mike if she gets out of hand like if i start to feel disrespected like i don't mind being led you know if you start to become bossy and i'm feeling and i'm beginning to feel disrespected in emasculated. Then i'm definitely going to bring it up organizer that conversation. Why am my favorite movies is boomerang and in boomerang eddie. Murphy's character and robin givens character. He like he falls in love he gets. He gets hooked but robin givens is his boss and she's traveling and he made these plans and he gets in his feelings and they're not making huge amounts of money that there's this huge difference in their lifestyles but there is a difference in having someone. That is the li like new boss. So as much as i think like men would be okay with it. I don't know okay. So here's a. I don't know if this is on the same level But it all goes to the whole independence arguing. Sell my my last roman relationship. What we were in that i was in And i mentioned this on the show ready to love. Fridays on all we lived together and when we decided to do that i was like okay. I will take care of the rent I my car nose and jewelry. Hydrocare boom data stay the same. I'll get What else and a half. I think i had the cable cable internet and then you know she gets a little you can get right. The electric What else was there electric in something else. So i'm i facing the problem was she was on her. Independent women should like no. This is a partnership like we going. That's what she wanted to. We're going half. wow. I'm gonna have no because i don't wanna feel like you know you got that. And then you know at any moment you can tell me to get up and leave because you know on any and all that and all that and i was just like that's like that's ridiculous first of all. It's not in my character like i'm not going to do that. And so no you take that money from that and then that can go toward something else to say no adamant just like but like adamant okay. So somebody was like well. Why weren't you more aggressive and put your foot down and say no woman jato mobile mambo and i was like well no one because i'm not here to change. Nobody to you. Know she if she wants to be independent. Like i have to respect that because she has a person and i have to respect what it is that she wants. You know if. I would put my foot down and being aggressive about it then i would have been a controlling boyfriend. So it's it's. I'm not winning either way but i felt like that. That was the best way okay. You want to contribute. Okay fine so we can fill your independence and that's what it was however on the show a lot of these women. They are traditional women. Yes and y'all have they have feelings. You know different similar but different feelings about when it comes to the finances and so that that part is a. That's definitely a conversation that needs to be happy. But it's going to be interesting when that comes up and it'd be very interesting to find out more of like what is a deal breaker for you. One who this is. This is a good intelligence a more mature subject for realistic. Dating your in two thousand twenty just looking forward like yeah looking forward in the future life is going to work as this is life we doing playing else. Yeah and people at a certain age have accumulated certain things and they're used to things in a certain way so there's a lot of compromise. It's going to go into that you guys. I'm excited to see ready to love with cagey smooth. I wanna see who he's ready to love and find out who he chooses chooses him. Or what the drama is behind this. I cannot wait so how can we stay in contact with you. Sure Follow me on social at. Kgb's move that's a instagram twitter. Tiktok snapchat if y'all still use. Nab i just try to cover all the bases And then on facebook. I'm chris green so curse would a k- green on the show cagey comes france during a an insult. But chris on ready to love so you know houston they know me. Skg smooth sexy voice at night playing rb slow jams on ready to love you. Get to know chris. Yeah we want to know the person behind the personality and you and you see that and back. Yeah there's areas are funny. I am all of those things funny. I'm one But i am as in real life as it is on the show just a recurring theme in my life. I am the counselor. I am the one that people come to advise to list. Yeah yeah and i'm trustworthy. You know like my friends. Call me the ball because anything that any friends told me like. It's never gotten out like they know. If i'll tell chris or if i'll tell like it's not going anywhere and.
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"Mute button is making headlines, and, of course, it should be about the content but in fact, it was the means rather than than. The. What was said that seems to be in the papers. So tell us something about that. Let's right. You mentioned the mute button a little bit earlier in the broadcast in your conversation with Brian Class and the Washington Post has done us a great favor by essentially writing a column about the Mute Button and here is the mute button was a godsend. It also amplified the candidates differences. So being right there in the headline mute button amplifying get it so. The columnists discussion of the issues, but it's an emphasis on the behaviors that were. By the mute button itself, actually it starts out frankly with. A nod to the fact that everyone in the audience was wearing masks including the trump family because apparently event organizers threatened to physically remove anybody who didn't wear a mask and so everyone is masked up the columnist who wrote this piece is robin given who used to be the Washington Post fashion correspondent, and incidentally achieve focuses she features very heavily in our latest edition of the magazine just, chucking that in that. Oh. That's great. So she used to be the fashion critic for the paper, but now she's a senior columnist and she mentioned that the candidates spouses wore masks that matched their addresses but anyway onto the mute button and so here's what Robin given tells us about the debate, and there was also by the way a video accompanying this piece, which was hilarious. I, recommend going to the website and watching and so what we see. Is that instead of this is a quote from the from the piece instead of a constant stream of interruptions, there was a miming display of emotion head nodding smirking I rolling and wide-eyed grimaces there were shrugs there was hand flailing and there was finger jabbing and so I guess what happens is when you can't move your lips because the mute button is on, do move everything else in your body and so we had this incredibly kinetic display of energy and of criticism in of any and when it comes to the sort of wide eyed grimaces on the made me think of president trump when you think about it has actually in-incredibly elastic face. And is able to sort of. Morph into all of these different shapes and I think he is the champion of the wide eyed grimace. But it's a great piece about what happens when essentially you know you got your your your sort of your muzzled by the mute button. And you've got to do something to non verbally express agreement or disagreement or discord, and I recommend this piece
"robin givens" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Good morning. Welcome back. You're listening to Donna and Steve on my talk. One of 71 everything entertainment. Steve, did you get me my watermelon? Gummy Candies? No, no, I almost got you something yesterday, all green. Really? They didn't have him though. I did. Look. What do you think Amazon has him? Stay of everything they dio watermelon. All right. I'm on there right now. Let's thank Steve. Appreciate. Oh, my gosh. You know, you get a £5 bag by that fleet farm has him for 16. 77. Dawn. Have you experienced? Oh, that's a lot. The farm that his fleet No. O You like Menard's? I know. Ah, what about it? It is Menard's to the ends degree. Yeah. You gotta go. You and Mr Man should take a ride. Over the weekend, Maybe not the weekend. Well, maybe after Cove it never mind. It's just the best it's got Handy. What do they say? Like if you can't If you can't find a fleet from you don't need it. Right lead farm is kind of like this. They got together and they said everyone throughout different ideas for stores different specialty stores. I think old timey candy makes sense to me. Really? Because I think kayaks. But what about Bathroom fixtures, and then they just put it all together and said This is fleet. Yeah, it's kind of Bernard's like because they have like things for your dog. You could go there and buy like a hunter. Hunting collar Christmas tree. You could buy a Christmas tree. No, Yeah. You're right there. Okay. Sorry. Herbert Berber burgers. Happy, Belated birthday to John McClane Morning show celebrated yesterday. No, no, I don't talk about my birthday, So it's like I love it when it just passes by. I think it's fun. You know, it is kind of annoying when people go. What do you want to do for your birthday? I just want you to leave me alone. Truly. I don't want to go out. I don't want a party. I don't want to go to dinner. I just I just want to go about my day and this like, thank the Lord for another year. So emcee put all these notes around for when I woke up all that sweet. He does that from time to time anyway, but he Like he put something on my teacup. That said, your terrific Oh, that's cute. And then I miss that one. I microwaved the water with a note on it. A horde the water into my ma put it back only back in the cabinet. Didn't see it. My keys. Have a hook by the garage. I don't turn on the light. I just undo the alarm and then I go out there. I didn't see that. It said you're the key to my heart Put in. I didn't see that one. He put something inside my make up inside the mirror. Beautiful. I did see that 10. My God, that is so funny and the other one. It just goes to show that we're all on autopilot Auto pilot. I am like a machine in the morning. I don't like it. It's like Everything's laid out perfectly. So I could just be almost comatose. Right? I get it, but that's very sweet. Aah! All right, Donna. All right. Steve just ordered it. You did? Yeah. You're going to get something dollars bag? No, I didn't get the £5 back. What I did was I got I got a 12 pack. I'll keep 11 and give you one. My kids love him. 00. That's so nice. It'll arrive tomorrow. Cut, Lord, it's going to arrive in the next 12 hours. Gosh, can you bring it to me? I can I want a melon shouldn't AH listen to this about Howard Stern. Howard Stern remember years ago 2005. He left terrestrial radio is there And he went to serious except And it was a big deal, like the original deal was like a $500 million deal. Well, guess what? Howard Stern. I don't know. If you people, I guess they're still listen to him a lot. His previous contracts had gotten as high as 80 toe $100 million year. That's in cry for him. He just signed a new deal with serious They're closing in on it, I should say 120 year God Year. That's because they know when he leaves. Everyone will cancel, And here's the other thing. He's probably re signing, too, because there are a lot of people on Staff, and if he leaves what's gonna happen to them? I think he's in that place now in life where he really wants to make a difference for other people. Sure, And I know it sounds weird because the Howard Stern that we know it's a totally different person than it is today. I mean, he and his wife had this. They adopt Kat and they have these foundations and he's just and he just wants to paint. Yeah, he's very reflective. He's very appreciative. I mean, he hasn't he called Jason Matheson. You say thank you for always saying nice things about him. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah, one of his producers I think it was Gary. All right, Gary. Yeah, He that he called on. Jason was just absolutely heart beating out of his chest because he idolizes her fan. Yeah. How nice was that? Because Because, you know when they get a ting whenever anybody talks basically about him, they can search that. And so I find out that Jason talks a lot about him. And so he took the time to just briefly talk to Jason Paul. That's nice. Yeah, so, so nice. I should mention this regarding the nature of these contracts, by the way, so he's done these five year contracts. And It is true that these 80 to $100 million contracts previously cover production and style as well. It's like the Howard Stern Show, so I don't know how much I mean. I know that he's still taking the majority One would assume But but so that $120 million deal will be for the production and staff. So many of those elsewhere. Robin is getting hers and different players who ever and I'm sure he's taken really good care of Robbo. She seems so happy. Well, he does right Robin Givens. Net worth not givens. Oh, yeah, Different. That's a different robin Feats. Give a last name for Robin. Ah!.
"robin givens" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"And there were so many things that are so not true that it's hard not to feel deeply disturbed by it. And to have somebody say, Oh, Best punch I ever threw against Robin, and she bounced from one wall to the next and was out literally praying that those things were in a climate where it's not acceptable. It's not rewarded. It's not congratulated. And that's something that truly means. A lot of people respect those. They have to. I guess it's legal. Sometimes they do. Sometimes they don't. But I didn't know that you could keep somebody are your story by doing that. I mean, Mike Tyson was married to Robin Givens. So it is, You know, he's weird. Well, according to her lawyers. They says she was heartbroken to have to send the letter to make them not do it. But she's been trying to move on. And she says she finds herself fighting the abusive, demeaning and false account of their relationship by Mike Tyson Nearly 35. Years later, he said he has not only made light of the abuse he inflicted on how he also accused her of cheating on him with Brad Pitt. Before they had divorce, And she denies those allegations. Amazing story that he tells during his saw his one man show on Broadway and maybe running upon grab pitting Robin Givens. What, once again, it's Mike Tyson. There's two sides to every story. So I understand why you can't tell this side Could he send a cease and desist? Said You can't mention me, Kitty, do you want to go to the legal drums? Do you want to go through the legal drama, possibly having a movie shelved or You know issues of not being able to put it out. I don't know how that could happen. And if she's saying that things aren't sure when he's saying they are, that's what the issue is. All right. Well, I mean, we name it would be someone a movie named gab in ribbons. That'll be the name alright, I'm in geology and that's your room report. All right. Thank you. Misi shout to revolt will see you guys tomorrow, Everybody else the people's choice mixes up next Get your request in. It's the breakfast club. Good morning Breakfast Club. Your morning zone never beat us..
"robin givens" Discussed on WTOP
"Old nine year Taylor's family quote, reckless and beyond unconscionable. Nine years. Grandmother, 44 year old Laurie Taylor pleaded guilty to manslaughter and child abuse in the baby's death on July, 27th, prosecutors say after Taylor and her daughter's drove to Baltimore to purchase heroin. They found a pill was missing and went back to buy more. While his grandmother in 17 year old mother were gone. His aunt reported that the baby was crying, having trouble breathing and wheezing. They decided not to bring him to the hospital. Medical examiner rolled my year died of heroin and fentanyl intoxication. Meghan Cloherty w T o p News. A group of mostly white mothers in Portland or again effectively became a barrier between police and black lives matter protestors during fierce confrontations there earlier this summer. In this week's episode of w. T. O. P s new podcast colors a dialogue on race in America with Chris Core and J. J. Green Washington Post Writer Robin Given who is Black, said while she was thrilled about their intervention, she was troubled by how they were perceived. Then weren't described as protesters. They were described as having put themselves between officers and protesters as if they were something else. And I was distressed that there seem to be such a need for these white women to to speak up. In order for what the protesters saying to being really acutely heard. You can hear more of her thoughts on the latest episode of Colors downloaded on Friday evenings on Apple Podcast podcast one Spotify or wherever you.
"robin givens" Discussed on WTOP
"From the sale of more than 100,000 books. More than 100 days. Black lives matter. Protesters and police have clashed in Portland. During this time moms of protests, many of them white came to the aid of protesters, Washington Post writer Robin Givens said. Rather, who is a black woman wrote a column in which he discussed the mixed messages that came out of the mom's involvement. On this week's episode of W. T. O. P s new podcast colors a dialogue on race in America, she tells Chris Corrine J. J. Green, How it troubled her. I realized as I was writing it that you know things, particularly when it comes to race are so much more complicated and that it's possible to feel both good and bad about what was happening simultaneously. And so I felt thrilled that here were these. These women who had God Out into the streets to join protesters thes white, mostly white women, Tio identified themselves as mothers and they were bringing all of through the cultural signals that come along with motherhood and the idea of the unconditional love and the fierce protectiveness. But at the same time I wass I wass distress that there seemed to be such a need for these white remains here to speak. In order for what the protesters for saying to really acutely heard. It's interesting to me that J. J on a couple of other occasions on this podcast also has been surprised by how many quite people there are at these protests. I'm curious. Just try to understand why you are surprised. I think what is is so striking to people is that in some cases it is it is a predominantly multi ethnic group. It's from testing. It's not a predominantly black that's protesting, along with other other members of the culture, and I think the other part that is somewhat supplies. ING is not so much the participation but the fervor of the participation. But that's a good thing. Is it not? It's absolutely a good thing. And, you know, as as I said in the piece, there are so many things their stony aspects of it that are you. Encouraging and wonderful and gratified on rotted for E. And yet there is also this nagging sensation that the presence of those white allies the presence of the fact that the group is so much more multicultural gives it a greater legitimacy..
"robin givens" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You know they're not looking at you the same as they would a white man. Or, you know someone who has, you know their family welfare or our connections. So it's It's very lonely, you know, trying to launch a brand with very little capital. It's very challenging. Robin. Given all that is happening in the world. Why do you think this matters well in matters because one the fashion industry is an enormous global business that we all participate in. And it matters because fashion is also a business that very directly shapes our ideas about who people are. It helps shape who we believe ourselves to be and how we want other people to perceive us. And it also is, you know, it's an industry that really is about creativity on about innovation and entrepreneurship. It remains one of the few industries where you know, despite all of the hurdles, financial and otherwise. It's still accessible for for someone with a school shares. It might sound with. An idea and a dream, Tio, actually, you know, make something of it. And I think just sort of fundamentally, it is an industry that you know is Continues to be alive and well in the US, and particularly for smaller designers. A lot of the manufacturing that they do happens in the U. S. And so as much as you know, we talk about The importance of you made in America and supporting American industry. This is an American industry that should be would be better. The more open and supportive it. Wass of designers and creative folks of all colors. Robin Givens is the Washington Post fashion critic, and Tracy Reese is a fashion designer and founder and creative director of Hope for Flowers. Robin Tracy. Thanks so much Pleasure. Thank you..
"robin givens" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Well, it was the news heard round the Internet. After weeks of speculation, Joe Biden announced he was picking California Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate, and you had a lot of feelings about the nomination. I think it's the greatest thing in the world. I was hoping Joe would take her the whole time. My wife was hoping so to Camilla is fierce, and she is a rising superstar, not a big pair of her policies or any work. She's she's done. Former resident of California here left the state because of the terrible issues not not not, including the justice system reforms that she claimed she made. Which ah lot of California's are still suffering through wound. Kamala Harris was not my first choice for a Democratic right presidential nominee now that Joe Baden has selected her He is my first choice. I'm very pleased and will fully support their ascension to the president and vice president. Regardless of feelings. It's an historic nomination. Harris is the first black woman and the first person of South Asian descent to appear on a major political party ticket. And she's a Howard University alum, making her the first major party nominee to graduate from a historically black college or university. So we wanted to talk about Senator Harris's routes to see how that shaped her into the person and candidate that she is today for that. We're joined by Robin Givens, staff writer at The Washington Post Robin welcome. Thank you for having me also with US Commission Granted, She's a political science professor at Howard University. Welcome the one egg Misha. I am happy to be here. So Robin, let's turn back to the early 19 eighties, Kamala Harris was a high school grad deciding what college to go to. What was her life like before? Howard? Well, she had really been going Tio majority white schools Before then, particularly, she went to high school in Montreal on one of the things that wass of particular interest to her wass to sort of step into a world that wass Peacefully surrounded by black culture. And you know, she very well could have gone Tio, a Stanford or to a Berkeley because her parents had connections there, and it just sort of, you know, logically might have made a bit more sense. But she was looking for that kind of deep cultural surround sound that a place like Howard would provide. And she also was very interested in the law. And she had said that Thurgood Marshall Waas, a hero, and he had attended Howard Law School, and she also had a family friend who had attended Howard. So all those things would have combined. Teo lied her across the country. Talk a little bit more about her parents in how her early years maybe shaped where she is today. While her mother had come to the states from India. Her father was from Jamaica. They met at Berkeley and one of the things that I found interesting, as described by a friend of her mother's was that At that time. Heritage wasn't really sort of dissected to the degree that it is today. And so there was this sort of sense of you know you either black or you're white. I'm speaking up. Sort of. You know, the sixties and seventies, And when her parents were divorced, Kamala Harris, his mother was really the primary caregiver. And she really raised them to be Carmela and her straw. Maya, Teo, be As she would put it, You know, strong, confident black women with both Indian and Jamaican heritage. So she decides to go to Howard University. What was how we're like in the 19 eighties? What was she walking into? While she was walking into Ah University that had a very long history of educating some of the most renowned figures in black culture. Josh was walking into a place where you know the 1% of black society sent their Children, but she was also walking into a place that was full of first time are first generation college students. One of the things that she remarked on was that while she had well, she understood that there was a very wide diversity of black people on black experiences. What she had an experience Wass this sense of just being surrounded by them in great numbers. And so it wass this feeling of walking into a place where there was just this incredible abundance off black diversity that I think she found very welcoming and very exciting. And she also spoke about the fact that black history or African American history wasn't a separate department or wasn't a singular class within a larger history programme, but that it was woven through the entire curriculum. It was at the core of what Howard Wass Anisha. How do you think that time at Howard shaped the way, Kamala Harris. Views herself. I think Robin made a good point about the history being woven through the various parts and her acknowledgement Harris's acknowledgment of that I think that how university shaped her in there. We did that at the time that she was there and still do that. I teach political science. But if I'm going to teach you about how local government works, I'm also going to teach you about how black people experienced local government. It's okay. I can imagine a scenario where she was at Howard University and thinking about the law and thinking about lawmakers and not just learning about what was happening in the moment when she lived, but also learning about a Barbara Jordan or Shirley Chisholm or Learning about Fannie Lou Hamer is she was thinking about activism and organizing. And so I suspected those things have followed her throughout her life on have made a difference in the way that she does her governing and her politics. We're talking to commissioner Grant, political science professor at Howard University and also Robin Givens, staff writer at The Washington Post. We're talking about Senator Kamala Harris is Howard University roots. Anisha. When you think about how politics come into play for students at Howard and HBC News in general, how active it's one thing to learn in the classroom. It's another thing to take that outside of the classroom and move into activism. I think Hbcu students are among the most active college students anywhere in the nation and potentially in the world. Not on ly. Do the students learn about politics as I talked about, but they actually get out and do it. And so it was not uncommon for us to have assignments that send them out into community to do various work and is even very common for how university students today and I think when she was in school To have their own ambitions to seek their own internships to make their own connections throughout D C and the rest of the nation that take that politics. They're learning in the classroom and push it out a bit so that they are doing the activism and organizing work, not just on our campus but around the nation. Robin Howard is of course in Washington, D. C..
Fashion History Now
"So this week April. I thought we were Kinda start talking about fashion wink. We're on the tail end of the month of quote Unquote Fashion Week. We are currently witnessing all the Paris runway shows and I thought this would actually be a great opportunity to suggest a instagram. Follow to our listeners. At Robin Given our OB. I N. G. I. V. H. A. N. She's a fashion critic for the Washington Post and pass dressed guest that absolutely. She came on the show and our very first season to talk to us about the battle over cy which happened in nineteen seventy three and it was basically like a fashion show face off between French. Katori as an American designers. Yes so that was an amazing episode but she is an incredible critic. She's very thoughtful and insightful about her coverage of fashion that I think a lot of our listeners will really appreciate for instance today. She's posting about the Balenciaga show. And she's saying that. The show is thoughtful but she says quote. Thoughtful just stressful. It's very ominous. I think it's kind of a commentary on climate change. I haven't read much else about it. But she also has been writing about kind of the feminist ideologies that Inspire Maria Grazia. Carey's creations for Dr. And how you know that. The fashions and the runway she presents don't really reflect those feminists beliefs. They still reflect this kind of feminine ideal of a woman which is a little counter intuitive or counter to feminism for all women representing all women. That's something that's I guess. Problematic throughout fashion she also has commenting about Virgil Oslo off-white collection. She just doesn't get it. I don't know if you've seen that yet. But he was sending like half Parkas and half tool dresses down the runway. Yes and not only that but one of those tool dresses was actually ripped off. I think it was from givenchy. I don't know if Jeevan she but she ought. There's definitely been comparisons to victor and Ross tool creations and kind of cut out creations. Like it's definitely something that's definitely probably been done before. But I thought the fashion writer Tony Glenville who you could also follow on instagram. How To really insightful? Commentary about some of the collections? That have hit the runway today and he wrote that it's time fashion. Stop treating US too. Don't care close. You know kind of these clothes that we can't really wear in real life. He says you know when you start thinking. The future and designing fashion aware in the real world think about fashion to keep and cherish and fashion to make women look strong and confident. It's not taking the fun out of fashion. It's actually thinking on the subject of fashion as Global Business. And he goes on. That fashion is a creative force. An employer of millions repository of tradition. And Crass let's think about how it can survive in the future and then I wanted to kind of talk to you about this April because he ends with costume belongs in museums. Fashion belongs in our lives and I was curious what your thoughts are on about that. Do you agree with him? Well I mean I think. That's some problematic terminology in terms of exactly how we as fashion historian. Use those words right because all fashion is costume but all costume isn't necessarily fashion. Does that make any sense? Yeah and I think. He's trying to distinguish between this idea of like fashion as as costume as kind of like this performance. Art as a something. That isn't really representative of what we would wear in every day and specifically he was talking about the mosquitoes down by Jeremy Scott. I'm recently which he literally had. It was very much a let them eat cake. Marie-antoinette moment with like tons of Pan Yeas and women in the you know those huge waves reflective of late eighteenth century fashion but they literally came down the runway dressed cakes and like references to eighteenth century panelled gown so a lot of people probably aren't going to wear those clothes. I guess the argument would be if we're just creating fashion for. I guess this like a federal shock value to send it down the runway. Is it still worth it? Should we be doing that or should we be more conscious of the environment and creating fashion? That isn't actually meant to be put on bodies. Well I that actually kind of leads me into the the follow that I want to talk about. Because you said WHO's GonNa wear these things? Well perhaps this next segment of the fashion buying public. Which are drag Queens? So I can definitely see some of those drag Queens on Rupaul drag race adoring that mosquito collection and I would like to recommend to. Our listeners is to follow an instagram account. Called at Drag Bombs D. R. A. G. B. O. M. B. S. and this instagram account is hysterical is actually run by the brother of a former dressed guests. Terrace ain't James. Who CAME ON SEASON? One and talk to us about the intersection in history a sustainability in the fashion industry but her brother. Jordan. He's hilarious. He is obsessed with repulsed dragway. And He's also obsessed with lush products. The cosmetics Carney and so what he does he finds pictures of drag queens and then pairs them up with the lush product that they're outfit and they are hysterical. Some of them are so dead on and so perfect. I showed it to a couple of my friends one time and I tell everybody to follow this all the time. And they're like oh no he has to be the designer of the products and the drag queens are his inspiration but no no no. No that is not the case. He's just really really good at this. So if you WANNA put a giggle in your day follow Jordan on drag vase and I promise you it's GonNa show Ganic smile at your face. I know and I just speaking of. I've never seen this account so I just went to it. And it's Jordan the Raven Claw Lachey. A master bather and he says no drag. Queens harmed in the making of this account. It is pretty incredible. How spot on a lot of these comparisons are. Wow okay well check that out dress listeners. Instagram accounts for you to follow and check out some other things for you to watch them suggestions of some films. I would like to suggest that I just watched. Actually this past week I came across. It's actually a couple years old but I had not seen it. It's a documentary called my generation. That's streaming on Amazon. Have you heard or seen of that? April I have not but you better bet I'm GONNA put it on my list now. I really really liked it Because it is almost entirely comprised of archival footage and photographs. So there's no there's no inter spicing with interviews of people in the modern day there. They just take those voices from those interviews. It's narrated by Michael Caine. It's kind of like has generation and his experience in the nineteen sixties and he interviews. People like famed photographer. David Bailey models penelope tree Mary. Quant twiggy Vidal Sassoon. People interviewed there so integral to this period. And this this documentary. That's really about in the nineteen sixties it just reveals how integral fashion was to the experience of the nineteen sixties by all these interviews. So I highly suggest checking that
"robin givens" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Consumer versions of these styles can be a little hard to imagine when you see what's on the runway you know like reptiles skins and keyboard prince and headdresses made of roses your style right Rachel but I don't know Washington post fashion critic robin givens as the outfits are over the top for a reason it's also a bit lake and autos shall in the sense that sometimes you go and you know you see concept cars and you're fascinated by the new technology the new ideas from the shape and some element of dots about car will eventually trickle down to what you do you buy this year big theme of fashion week close that help re frame the stories of African Americans and immigrants robin givens as a new generation of designers are rewriting fashion cliches through their clothing I think it's an evolution of an industry that you know has always been about aspiration and has always to some degree about about exclusivity designer Christian Siriano says his collection on display this week is about inclusivity I just wanted that idea celebrating all the different types of cultures and beauty and I think that's kind of where fashion in right now drawing upon this describes a wider social change American designers are stepping up to express themselves and represent their histories there's a lot of quoting backed is intended to send that message of optimism designers are also hoping the clothes send a different message find me..
"robin givens" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Like playing with another woman's breasts. Remember that? I remember. By now, they made the rounds. She married. The boxer Robin givens. Okay. Vanessa Williams was married to Rick the basketball. For a long time. But you know, they're American Miss America. Pageant, formerly apologize to Vanessa Williams. And her mother in twenty fifteen during the broadcast and a president apologized, even though none of us were involved. He did say that even though we want to apologize to you. And your mother for anything that was said or done that made you feel any less than the Miss America. You are in the Miss America. You always be. But look it up many years that took it was like such people were writing her off, and she was a singer. And I remember just feeling terrible for her because I thought the pictures were kinda odd. I can't wait. That's right. I wait. I remember it. And I decide what is the big deal. Okay. Someone else we talk about her. Maybe once a week or we wonder Madonna, Madonna, Madonna new music. That's the rumor that the new music. Well, what scandal wasn't she shot eighty nine eighty nine? That's right. Madonna, the like a prayer video up such a controversy had Chris imagery crucifixes. There was so much anger that she danced with crucifixes and kissed a black, man. Who is in jail cell. I believe and then member it was just a. Everything everything and Pepsi cancelled the ad. They pulled it off the air cash. And this is what the spokesperson for Pepsi at the time in ninety. They said about this which now seems like such a scandal light when you got an ad. This is an explanation that I feel like somebody could use right now. When you've got an ad that confuses people or concerns people. Sense that the ad goes away. That's a very simple explanation. Really really something that the products is lost completely. We just saw that with the Jenner kid in the Pendle. Yes, she got into hot water for remember what that was. Oh, yeah. The worker. They're raised the the demonstration. And she went to a cop and gave him what? Yeah. So anyway, but so that'll be a future vintage scandal. But she lost her Pepsi endorsement. Uh-huh. She didn't care. She didn't care. It was at the top of the world. Yeah. She didn't care at all. Let's mytalk one zero seven one..
"robin givens" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"I don't think it's on the right track. I guess you're on the right track. I guess. Yeah. Apparently when he was married to Robin givens. This is like way back for like an hour. Yeah. He was an advocate for bullying, and apparently that somebody had said to him he was visiting the zoo. And someone said, hey, listen, and there's a guerrilla Nepali other grill is and he said what what did you say offered the attendant ten thousand dollars open the cage, let me Smith silverback. Smashed up declined because you know, why? Because he little girl girl Kenny here with the man the man. I'm gonna make you buy pitchy. Little girl. Nice. Yikes. Yeah. I wouldn't. I mean, if that happened who would you put money on seriously? Like who would you put my money on by? Yeah. Yeah. I don't think I I would watch that guerrilla probably. Like a little bit. Always will be. The is. I don't care about the child. I don't care if he got picked on the Billy continue that behavior. Could my style with? Impracticable? Vitamin that is my favorite Mike Tyson sound by because I like, I don't even know how he came up with the with those words, but then he comes back with these children. Yeah. Like you come back with the petuous impregnable. I'm going to eat his children. It's like the best of the best. All right. So speaking of guerrillas,.
"robin givens" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"By monitors. With sports highlights going all the time. Some sports some sports sometimes it's a strongman competition from nineteen eighty three today. It was highlighted. I saw highlights of Bruins San Jose Sharks. And you were into it. I was mainly into that the sharks are still going with the -til uniforms. They all these years later while the Rangers have the same colors for years players, but -til in particular. It was a caller that was was hot back about the Miami Dolphins. Yes there. But but yeah, they're the only team really that I feel like Charlotte Hornets. Right. Same colors. I just reminded me. I once bought a Saturn that was -til how back hopefully, which by the way at the time was probably fine. Jerry couldn't keep them on the lot that you drive it today. That's what the salesman told me at the time. Do you think your hot orange Subaru have a hot orange car in twenty years? Yes. You'll look back and be like, wow. No. I've done research on it orange sustains twenty thirty eight. Yes, they we're going to be a hot car. The teal color. Does not sustain those really scary twenty thirty eight not that far. All right down the down the street. Jerry sounds so futuristic it's around the corner doing push ups. Right. As they say getting the talk before the show in the office between Bobby myself and Eddie today of all the sports complex, not parking the fact that Julian Edelman's beard clippings you talking. Julian beard clippings are up for auction. He had them shaved on the Ellen show. I did see that actually Ellen collected them and put them up for auction for like the boys and girls, right? I checked this morning. It's up to three thousand two hundred fifty dollars. Awesome. So we were trying to think back in the office is that a potential moneymaker? If you lived in the Boston area like I was thinking if I owned a a sports bar in Boston. Glass case or something, right? If you're gonna put signed balls up. Yeah. Have Julian Edelman hair after he's the feeder provole MVP. That's not a bad idea. Right. And would we would people in Boston pay to take a photo with Julian beard, all the some people would? But the masses not really to take a picture with his hair. Yeah. No. What about this? We make a fake beard using actual Julian Edmonds hair, then would people take a photo with the fake beard. And yeah. Some people would. But the masses would Jerry then the conversation really dipped to a low when we wondered what boomers price would be to what the Chevys head. No, no for boomer to put on a. Hall of fame jacket and where the fake Julian beard number come up with. We didn't really we thought that would not be a money maker for us. He'd want to be a money maker because he would want four. Yeah. Yes. That is true. But I've got some pride. You know? He does I don't I would buy the beard if I had a bar in Boston. I just don't know what you get out of it. You're not making money with the fake beard or the beard. I would put that on the marquee. We have Julian elements beard works for one night. And a lot of the stories. I saw because I read this story multiple times this that they'd say Julian used beard because I was like what are those as opposed to what I guess his new beard his beard clipping. So what happens then he grows the beard back? He gave it again for another three grand. Not sure I think the same bright that played in the Super Bowl was in the MVP that was MVP beard. Yeah. But he wanted to open up a sports foreign how goes or. Beckham's hair? What do you all go for the the blonde? That'd be kind of cool. All man, people could take a picture with on top of the right? You just lay that hair on top of your head NFL experience. Rain all over it. Could you also clone Giuliano with his hair? That's what I would be nervous about. I've always him. You've donated all this clone -able hair that now we can make a super race of wide receivers if the root is there. Yes, if then no. I doubt she plucked. All his hairs Eddie, he's going to be no roots in this. If I bought that hair, they'd had no roots. And I took it to a scientists, and they wouldn't clone it money back. What did I pay for nothing? All I've got is a bag of hair. Where'd you just three minutes on Julian? Well, I guess I was looking to make money. Speaking of beers, these days, Jerry, go work at Justin's barbershop wanna make money. Alright collecting beard real easy commute. Yeah. Up and take a broom and get all the hair, and you could make beards. Beard, man. There's a barbershop going up at the building where I live. Yeah. I know you're right downstairs, I could just make biologics I'm friendly come in and get a haircut. No shave your beard you ever hear of a merkin a murky. I've not should I have. No, you shouldn't have only known for years of listening to Howard Stern. I can't explain what it is Google is that like a false woman part. Well, it's a it's a beard of sort. It's a yeah. Something like because isn't that there's a market for that is they're not for films, right? Have their parts. Oh, no. No. It's not that. It's not that. It's a it's a it's a wig like who's a big gimme a big female adult star. I don't know Eddie give me one. I only know them from the nineties of the. Yeah. Lisa am. Okay. Oh, there you go. You by Lisa, and I sing pose. Right now. Trying to sell beards. Yes. Right. So all I'm saying is Emily oriented business beards. This is kind of being done already. I would say there are many men who said I would like to grow a beard. I can't really have you seen my beard wigs that sneaks him gorilla glue. Stick it on your face gorilla. Imperfectly? I've got a connection to beards and guerrillas in this story. Do you really this next story? One Mike Tyson. These days now has a white beard. He looks very old Terry. Yeah. Looks very old Emmett Smith with the beard. He does if you got a great beer be in the movies, right? But not in costume. Yes. Halo Emmett Smith. It is. And that's how Mike Tyson looks. Now. He's got a white beard. Very disappointing when you are childhood favourite. Yeah. Start to look like grandfather. They get old. You feel old? Well, luckily, I have no hair at all anywhere. No grey hairs. I do have a gray hair on my chest, which I have noticed that is a couple of things for me the beard when it comes in right down here, very gray. Right. And the Chester very very great. Those are the two spots, but those luckily we could clip, but Mike Tyson back in the day when he was married to Robin givens relationship that men and had before Christ. Well, this was a relationship. He had with Robin givens. I believe they were married. Yes. I think the s maybe early nineties timelines a little off. Right. But he told the story in London. Recently that when he and Robin givens her together, he thought a romantic date night would be that he would take a tour of a New York zoo. I guess the Bronx zoo could see that when it was closed and he would take her through. They're having a nice casual evening, and they went to the gorilla pan roller gorilla and Mike noticed that one of the silverback gorillas was being gorilla, very aggressive to the others a bully if he will bully guerrilla a Bill a bully gorilla if you jerk. Yeah. A real jerk of a girl. Okay. And Mike Tyson said to the guy I will give you the zookeeper fella ten thousand dollars. Let me go down there and knock this sucker out. Let him in. He did not for would you for ten thousand dollars? Mike Tyson thinks he was going to beat up aggressive bull gorilla, you go to a turn down ten thousand dollars cash be saying no to Mike Tyson. Right. The dots. But imagine how imagine you're Robin givens on this romantic night or that was the night. She decided I'll marry you. Yes, I'm going to marry this man he wants to fight a silverback gorilla in the Bronx zoo because he's bullying the other girl. Yeah. Gorilla would destroy Mike would kill them. Wife. Mike Tyson got in the first punch could a silverback gorilla. Take it. I do too. I think so I think it would destroy him inside a five second, Mike Tyson. Mike Tyson will be stunned when he hit that gorilla and nothing girls. Go relook his opponents. He would take on from right around. You see the story with the mountain lion, California. Yeah. No, they train right. Not the one killed with a hiker. Choked them out guy looks in his backyard. There's a mountain line in a tree they call. The. I don't understand this. Why is the fired? Why is it? The fire department's responsibility to go get a mountain lion out of someone's tree in the backyard. I'll be like is the mountain lion on fire. Call the police where I I I need to talk to a fireman. I don't understand why they have to come a cat. Stuck in a tree? I think fire department added. Yeah. Because they have the big ladders. That's not right. And you're not signing up for going after the wild. I wouldn't even want to try to get a cat out of a tree because they right. They're scared. They will slice and dice you very much. So especially if they didn't haven't been declawed. Yes. Well, that's the clawing part. Right. And Josh Allen. The Buffalo Bills had come out. With a statement. Josh Allen signed fans autograph was a picture of Josh Allen playing against the Jaguars. And Josh Allen signed it at the request of the fan asked for him to sign it this way. Hey Ramsey, and I still trash that will come back to bite him. Because he will throw six picks and a game in the answer will be on social media. Yes. You are, sir. The bills that'd be like well the fan asked. He was having five. The. Garbage garbage. These days. Joe God garbage. You gotta take a quick break. I have a Kirk cousins store coming back. I think giannotti will be in the studio for the hope is bad news. And then boomers back at six here on the fan. Sprints gives you the best of both worlds. A.
"robin givens" Discussed on Minority Korner
"Yes. Looking at right nights tales for the demon. I am not because I watched this movie. I was obsessed with this movie was terrifying. And it was legendary because. Okay. This one it's legendary because is a black female protagonists in this horror movie. She survived. She Kelly's there's all these demons and stuff, and I think they're vampires and they're all stuck in this like warehouse house thing or whatnot. And she was like one by one. The people were getting like picked up that she's like with and Jada Pinkett had her like signature, you know. Yeah. Shortcut shortcuts and just was like so bad ass because I remember Jada Pinkett from a different world she joined into later seasons then kicking ass and I've never seen. I hadn't seen it before. I think I watch this and then Vanessa Williams eraser, and I was like black women are doing shit. No, this this is like back to that one time when you knew the gargoyles. Oh, yeah. Lisa Maza was. I knew exactly where you're saying. Linnet nights tonight and five Jada Pinkett Smith and yet. Nights. Well, it has my my guy Billy's ain't in it who he isn't it. Oh, good. He's looking good in that. I highly recommend it is such a good. As a typical blockbuster rental. Why I used to get my baby where I would go for after school my friend's house. Like they had like HBO in skin Amax. And like, ooh, see we would like a big clock. And after moon, noon, we'd be trying to watch it and before. If it's scary too. Well, just moving on real quickly. 'cause I don't want to take too much time. But we got blade in here. I don't know played counts as a horror movie, the first one is kind of spooky it's like an action movie. Right. But the first the first one has had some horror elements, you it. It's it'll be here. Ears slot is crazy. And as a non Robin givens as the. Lead. Like, it should have went to Robin givens, but like wishy busy or something because she was still haunting news was good. Now. I mean like is in like talking about. I wouldn't be that guy. Looks cast was..