35 Burst results for "Roseanne"

Overcoming Anxiety and Mental Health Disorders

Break The Rules

02:18 min | Last month

Overcoming Anxiety and Mental Health Disorders

"Roseanne so so honored to have you in the house and thanks so much for coming on if you could excited to be here and i love talking about why people have mental health issues and in this surprising reasons. They could be struggling as well as all of the ways that they can have hope and take action in a different way that they've been doing so that they can reduce reverse mental health symptoms rates. So we don't talk about that enough in there so many proven ways and that's really my mission to really bring hope to people So that they can be focused not moody and feel good about themselves. 'cause people are struggling. Yeah well. I just love how you are trailblazer in that field. Because i think myself as a byproduct of like years and years and years of therapies your sorry lived to tell about it but also spearheaded me into this holistic realm as well and just seeing some of the missing links. But let's hear a little bit about how you got into this. Because i know you've been doing it for quite some time. Yeah this is my thirtieth year in mental health lawrence. So and so what happened to me. Is that literally. This is my call right so i was guided to do this work. Whatever your spiritual system is. But i truly was guided from above and so my story is when i was five years old. I have an unbelievable memory. And i can remember things almost like watching and so when i tell the story i run a movie real and so is about five and my mom's friend. Angela asked me when i was going to be when i was older. Of course in italian she asked me. And i said a psychiatrist and it just came out of my now. I had no understanding of what a psychiatrist or exposure to psychiatrist. And then over time i realize psychiatrist essentially or pill pushers and i change at being a therapist and that really just what i wanted to do. I knew that. I was really good at talking to people in guiding them to feel better whatever they were struggling with. and so. that's that's my story of how i got involved.

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A Look at Rossini's Barber of Seville

Aria Code

00:56 sec | Last month

A Look at Rossini's Barber of Seville

"There's the young handsome count almaviva a nobleman from madrid. Who's very wealthy. And he's got the hots rozina. A beautiful young woman from seville so he does. What anybody would do disguises himself. As a poor student named linda neuro goes to seville and serenade zena beneath her balcony window. And the dude can sing. Account learns that roseanne has been locked away in the house of grumpy. Old doctor bartolo. He wants to marry her gross. But xena out to be a total firecracker actual here and her first big aria voce poco faa she. Lets us know that while she might act the part of the submissive ingenue. She's really really not to be messed with and she certainly will not be forced to marry anyone. She doesn't love in a world where women are expected to accept. The lives laid out for them. She writes her own story.

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'The Conners' crew member dies on set after 'medical event'

Peak Financial Freedom Hour with Jim and Dan

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

'The Conners' crew member dies on set after 'medical event'

"Time technical crew member of the BC syriza. The Connors died on set after suffering what was called a fatal medical event. The unidentified group member was working Thursday on stage 22 with CBS Studio Center in Studio City when the medical emergency occurred. The exact cause of death was not disclosed. But a statement from Warner Entertainment said he was a much loved member of the Conners and Roseanne families For Over 25 years,

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'The Conners' crew member dies after on-set medical event

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

'The Conners' crew member dies after on-set medical event

"30th. Long time crew member for the show Roseanne and its spinoff, the Connors is dead after a fatal medical advance on the set. Warner Entertainment says it happened yesterday. The man's name not released. Spokesperson says he was a much loved member of the show's family. For more than 25 years, TMZ is reporting the crew members medical emergency happened on the CBS sound stage at

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Mavericks pull away late to beat Spurs 115-104

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Mavericks pull away late to beat Spurs 115-104

"Look at dodges had a triple double and the Mavericks closed on a seventeen four run to beat the spurs one fifteen one oh four Dodge each finished with twenty two points twelve rebounds and twelve assists for his thirty third career triple double Kristaps porzingis chipped in twenty eight points and fourteen boards for Dallas early on was really getting well some some looks that but I would like to go to a store credit and IBM's my teammates found me certain that plays basketball and that just gives energy on defense the martyr Roseanne had thirty points eleven assists and four steals in the spurs first game since announcing that lamarcus Aldridge would no longer be with the team by mutual agreement I'm the ferry

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Sarah Chalke Talks Rick & Morty

Q

12:43 min | 3 months ago

Sarah Chalke Talks Rick & Morty

"About what a dream career in acting might be. Sarah Chalke has sort of had it. She's been on some of the best love TV shows of all time, Roseanne. Scrubs How I met your mother. Not too shabby, right? But you know things must be slowing down during the pandemic for actors. Well, not for Sarah. Now she's part of the one of the most popular shows during this pandemic, the animated series Rick and Morty, where she does the voice of Beth Sanchez. I had the chance to talk with Sarah Chalke out in Vancouver, British Columbia last year after season four of the show rap. We talk from her home, NBC. Don't worry, I wasn't NBC hears our conversation. Hi, Sarah. How are you? Hey, I'm great. Nice to talk to you. Where are you? I'm in British Columbia and s O feel like you'd be here. You're still able to work right? You're on Rick and Morty. It's animated show. Are you still able to do voices? Yes, I'm I've been recording three cartoons up here, and it's been such an interesting adventure to find like the most acoustically positive sound And really, that's like a dead sense. You have to find somewhere small and s O. I started out in the lower bunk bed surrounded by every do they and pillow that was available to me and then try taking the kids play tent and duct taping seven moving blankets around it. Um and then you know you're in this kind of like dark space. And then I take like make a stack with like a thing of poker chips and Harry Potter books and then bounced the microphone on top and hope for the best. And I also say that like Beth on Rick and Morty Is not like a A super kid friendly cartoon character like No. Are you worried about your kids here in here and what's going on with mom in the room? So what if he like up and you know you're recording off campus in a sound contained sound booth? Um, so yeah, yeah, that's also been part of this figure out a way to not only keep the dogs from barking, um, and hearing birds, but also, uh, the Children not hearing you. So it's an interesting um Dynamic. They get to have some really loud. Screen time, huh? Get they get to watch their iPad as loud as they want so that mom could say rated r things into a microphone in the bunk bed. Totally. I mean, I was already worried about like my daughter who's three going to preschool and like she loves we have all the Rick and Morty like stuffed animals, and plus, she's and so she'll play with them. If you like, mister Q. B Butthole. Yeah, I don't know how that's gonna go over playing that with other Children. It's been really amazing to see how big Rick and Morty has become, like I remember when it was sort of like this little niche. Animated chauffeur for nerds and for You know, for people who like really kind of sophisticated comedy, and then it just becomes this worldwide phenomenon. And it made me think about your character, Beth. So for people who haven't seen the show, can you tell me who Beth was when you started and sort of who she's become, as the serious has gone on. Yes. Oh, so she's the sort of mother of the family. Um, Rick and Morty is the grandfather of the grandson. And you think you're gonna watch this grandfather grandson? Go on these like wild sci fi adventures. But what it ends up going into is like these real kind of rough family dynamics and on day kind of You know, not just this sci fi cartoon but asking these existential questions like if life is meaningless, and there are infinite universes, does anything really matter? So that's rickon Gordy in general, and then the best starting out kind of that, you know, as the Matriarch of the family and playing the mom and then over time, And as the seasons went on, you find out how much she is like her dad and the fact that when she was little, he had to build her a secret world. Because she was making whips to make people like her and mind control hair clips. As a young girl. You find out that she is kind of a lot like her dad, and and then and then, as the seasons go on. She wants to either stay or leave, And we don't know if she's a clone or not a clone, and that's been super fun to play kind of death. And then this alternate best as well. Space that it's funny like it. Z must be a challenge to sort of play your character and also sort of more sinister. We're like, deceptive version of your character. But it's all the same voice like You're not changing too much, you know. Yeah, Totally, totally. It's been. It's been super fun, and obviously we didn't know at any point that that was coming like we just get the scripts as we get them. We have no knowledge of. You know what's happening down the road in the future, so that part's so fun. I mean, to see like a Rick and Morty script in My Inbox is one of my favorite things because the minds of Justin Royal and and Dan Harmon are Unbelievable. There. So the scripture so smart and so funny and so wild. I love them. It's the number to show in all of North America like we were looking at in the US anyway. We were looking at the survey was conducted in the US to see what TV shows were being binge the most during the pandemic. So number one friends. Friends is number one. Right? Yes, I love it. I'm a big friends fan. And then sort of like the anti friends Rick and Morty is is not know that his number two in some states record is number one. What do you make of it? What do you make of it that during the pandemic, it's gotten even more successful. That's really cool. I didn't know that. I think I think people want to laugh and people want to escape into another world. And I think that it's a You know, a time for For a real need for for comedy, and the growth of It has been interesting to watch kind of through the eyes of comic con over the years like we would go to comic con You're one. It hasn't been released yet. So all the questions were to Dan Harmon about community and then the next year, it was like a couple of weeks walking around and then the next It was like a sea of Mr Poopy bottles and bricks and all these different characters was kind of cool. I get to see how it's how it's growing, but I'm glad it's bringing people less. Is it this time? Is it ever a bit intense? Like I know that I know that Even Dan and Justin, the folks behind the show have had to come out and talk to the fans of the show. Because they could be intense. They could be a bit toxic. That could be a bit sort of awful. Now when we're talking about a pretty small Group of fans of the show, but I can't imagine what that's like to be sort of in it to be in in the show, with all that's going on. Yeah, it is. It is wild. The degree to which you know I can't watch all the little pieces and I am you know, I think that That, you know, I don't. I don't actually read a ton of those, uh, those sites and comments, but I think it's It's cool how passionate people are about it. It reminds me because when you started, I think the first way we all knew you was when you were on when you were on Roseanne and you were brought in court famously, is second Becky. Like one of the biggest shows of the nineties, You replaced the original actress who played the daughter Becky, until the original Becky came back again. From what? I understand you were in high school in Canada, and then it got that gig. Yeah, it was crazy. I was 16 when I auditioned and I I was living in Vancouver and working on a couple things that were filming up here, but really haven't done anything under very much. And and, uh, got this audition and put myself on tape. And, um, I think we even like Mailed a VHS tape, You know, down to the states, and they called and said, We're gonna fly you down for an audition on day were seven of us and all the others were like 21 living in L. A actresses and all of us were doing this scene with Glenn Quinn. Who played Mark back his husband and the whole scene was like making out. You're making out with him. And you're like, you know, get job. The gas station, baby. Come and get it down to the gas station, baby. Come here. That was the same like there's this 24 year old, handsome Irish actor. How am I gonna remember one line and they said we'll let you know within a week. And then, a week later, they called back and said, Okay, come back tomorrow and do a scene with Roseanne and was like on the infamous coach on the set, and they were calling out. You know, camera numbers and having a laugh track and seeing if you could kind of adjust to those elements, and then they called and said, You got it. And Remember going to a party that night and telling a couple people and it just sounded so crazy. Sounded crazy. Yeah. Sounded crazy that you were in. You were in high school, and you were telling people having to be on the number one sitcom in the world. They would have been right to be like They're not. You're not like taking over for someone else like they're gonna not have like It just sounded insane. And we already had, like great seven. We already had, like someone like lied about being on the mini pops. Remember the many pox which were so amazing? I don't I don't know. The minibar like a Canadian band was like a Canadian kids. And you would like You know they would sing covers, and they were dressed these cool eighties clothes and they were amazing and someone in our schools that they were going to be in the mini pops. That wasn't true. So all the sudden I felt this feeling of like I'm lying about being in many parts, and then so then I kind of spread it on our school pretty quick. And then they called me back on Monday morning, and they said We're having cold feet about replacing Becky. So we don't know if we're gonna do it. We will do will pick you if we do it, but we're gonna put you on hold for four months. We're going to tell you in September just got this is jumping. You couldn't be a Minnie Bob situation, right? You're gonna have to go back to all of them ago. No, no, they change their mind like all you have Sara? Sure they did Change your mind. And then you then you find out Yeah. And then s O was my great 12 year and, um And I would go back and forth because they would shoot two or three weeks on one week off. So we would shoot Monday to Thursday. I would get on a plane first thing Friday morning and be at school in Canada on Friday afternoon and then and then fly back Sunday night or stay home for a week if we had a week off and kind of commuting back and forth I'm really interested in people like you who have On gun traditional first big gig like I was talking to Linda Cardellini the other day who played Lindsay on Freaks and geeks, Right? And you know, so there you go. She's her big break. Is this show that considered to be the greatest show of all time and then gets canceled after one season and I said, You know, what does that do for you for the rest of your career, and similarly for you your first Big is to replace beloved Actor. In a show that is the number one show on that, and it was it was controversial. When it happened, it was people couldn't believe that it was happening. And then I wonder if that taught you anything in your career going forward, whether it had hardened to you or heart And you do you think it did something to you? I think both of those things I think, you know, I mean, because Yeah, came. She would least he was Becky from seasons 1 to 5. I was six and seven. She came back for the beginning of eight. And then I came back for the rest of eight. And for nine. And so it was definitely, you know. As a kid. Um, it's you know, it's confusing and hard when they brought her back, and then they called this. Okay. Now, will you come back? And and so that piece, I think, um Was the challenging part of it for sure, And the other piece that was challenging was just going from complete obscurity to going on the number one show, and then you're at that age where gynecology just kind of wanna blend of a sudden that piece of it was it was hard, but they incredible part was the obvious, unbelievable gift of working with John Goodman and Laurie Metcalf and Roseanne and Sara Gilbert and Johnny Galecki and Sandra Bernhardt. And I mean it was It was crazy. It was like stepping into having not really worked out much to working with this top, unbelievably talented comedians and just watching them. Work and what They would do with a script from a Monday morning table read Till Thursday night Tape night. It was such a huge learning experience and so so interesting and obviously You know, open so many doors for me. I mean, I was Like my entire diamonds, girls. My nickname was second package would be like we got second back in the seventies. Really Good. Yeah. Yeah,

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Interview With KAREN RONTOWSKI

THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman

05:03 min | 6 months ago

Interview With KAREN RONTOWSKI

"Good morning karen. Many good morning motorcycle goes by my house. Let's do it again. Monica morning again. I didn't hear okay motorcycles. Coming back. I live on a very busy street. How you. I am so good. I'm so glad you're doing this this morning i I know a little bit about tara. i've done. I did a reading. I'm going to tell you this story. My own personal story. I have a friend whose wife does this. And when i first heard about it. I thought like a lot of people this is not just fanciful nonsense and you know like a fun. Little aside thing. I i didn't believe and i decided well i don't i'm not going to disbelieve. Believe until i see something. So this is when i was doing stand up a lot and it was my career and one of the cards. I'll never forget this card came up and it was a guy Jumping off of a cliff into the dark. it was. it was a career card for whatever reason. I don't know how this works. But and she looked up at me and she said you're going to have a really big career change. I had not thought about it. i'd had not explored it. I didn't have any intention of doing that. I went what are you talking about. So i was sure at that point that it was nonsense. Well several months later this was you know back. Twenty five years ago. The bottom kind of fell out of the standup scene. And i was making a lot less money and there were outlets gigs. And i I sent an email to tom. Arnold who was getting a tv show called the jackie. Thomas show and asked him for a job. I had never written on a sitcom in my life. I i wrote jokes. So i call them up. Which something. That's not something i ever did. It was just out of desperation for income and he said no i my. I'm staffed up but you can start on roseanne in three weeks. So that was my first job as a tv writer and i remember thinking that card was right. I in this. This is less than six months later. There's your card there. I see the card is the fool card. She might have had a different deck but it is literally taking the leap into something else. It's the it's the first in the last card of the deck. It's there's a lot to be said for this stuff. I mean maybe they're just strong tendencies and you can. Obviously i could have not called the guy not taken the job. I could have done that. I suppose that was my free choice at that point but the fact that that possibility entered my brain that moment because she sat it and it just it just rested there in the back. I never thought about it until circumstances changed. So i know you're doing a lot of readings. I'm doing a lot of talking. And i wanna hear. That's okay i can give you a good nation that will make you feel a little scientifically better about the cards because in there's i almost you know there's an effect that i wonder happens to because ladies come to me a lot that can't get pregnant and i will pull immediately like to pregnancy cards and she'll say no we've been trying for twenty years and i go. I don't know the problem is it's right here literally a call in a month. You're not gonna believe it. I'm pregnant happens all the time. In sometimes i wonder if subconsciously. I've given them permission to let it happen but the tero which is i'm sort of a terrible historian all the Symbols the colors what they mean. I studied the cards for probably thirty years. I still get up every day and find a new book. Because i love them that much. But they're actually they call the archetypes that are that young talked about and the dream are sort of the same as a dream arc. Typeset that you would You would actually be dreaming this same thing. In other words it all means the same thing. The high priestess would mean mystery in your dreams. So they're not just sort of cards that come out of nowhere. They sort of been built on the subconscious and psychology for many many years or vice versa. The cards built psychology but It's it is coming from something. They they used to say. Somebody told the story that gypsies that didn't speak the same language used to carry different decks with them so they could come up to a different tribe in they could say showed him a picture of the medicine. Man showed him the picture of the magician so they could communicate through them but every time someone tries to say this is where they were developed. They find another car deck back further They also Are the know people that. Get weird about lulu. This is where our regular paint playing debt comes from. This is also where chest house room.

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Eight Worldly Concerns

Buddhism Guide

05:17 min | 7 months ago

Eight Worldly Concerns

"Nobody's life is perfect. We all have good embed dies. This is part and parcel of worldly concerns. Sometimes. The world is like a rose old beautiful fragrant other times. It's like the stem of rose or four NEOM prickly. An optimist would say the world is Roseanne. Pessimist sees it as Tony. But realistically, the world is both Rosie in though name. A person who understands his point will not be seduced by the rose of become Avesta the thrones. But. The told that there are eight worldly concerns. And if we're realist will understand that the pendulum swings both ways. Sometimes, they'll be under the sway of the full concerns we believed to be desirable, and sometimes the full concerns we think of as undesirable. We have to accept that these eight worldly concerns apart of this human life. So what are the eight worldly concerns the bounds because desirable out gain? Status Price and pleasure. And the phone record undesirable on loss insignificance, blame and pain. It doesn't matter if we see them as desirable or undesirable. They all ultimately causes of suffering. Role subject to gain and loss. Of material things such as possessions, but also some of friends, family. We might go out to buy a new phone and it makes us very happy. One day it is stolen we then become sad. That's gain and loss. You may have in the past matter. Wonderful person you get on really well with but recently they left Jay or they died again, this is gain and. If you're a businessman. From gain loss on the regular basis. This is some examples of what was subject to in our lives I'm show you could think of hundreds more. Before we move on. I want you to pause a moment and do this reflection practice. It's easy to see the suffering loss. But not so easy to gain. Reflect on a time when you gain something you wanted but now you no longer have it. Think of how you feel when you gain did. And then think how you felt when you lost. Status insignificant are another to Woodley. Concerns that confronts us in the core survived daily lives. Status comes in various forms such as celebrities and politicians. Are you may be highly regarded within your profession. Or even a well respected what his teacher. Whatever the status you can become attached to your public image on the stage that goes with it. If we do not want to be famous. We still need to be looked upon the best possible lying. I'm show if we're honest we all like compared to status because who wants to feel unimportant. looked. I expect we have dreamt to fifteen minutes of fame. look at reality TV to say that's trae. Some people world superstars. Another's adjust well known in their backyards but whatever your status, it's important to see it as a fleeting thing. Very few people stay famous all of their lives for most is only a few years. Sir To hold onto famous of it. Something tangible. He's going to bring you suffering. Remember status is just someone's perspective. You may fail a person is very highly regarded, but for me, I've never even heard of them. To cling onto the notion of being famous is a fool's game. Once. We have reached the top. There's only one way to God. Again. Pose here and do a reflection practice. Reflect on your status. Is it just a projection or is it something solid impairment? I'm sure you'll see that the subjection nothing tangible. So by holding onto it, you'll causing yourself emotional and psychological suffering.

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Drums vs. Guitars

Smash Boom Best

06:00 min | 7 months ago

Drums vs. Guitars

"From the brains behind brains on it smash boom best over people with big opinions. I'm your host, Molly Bloom and you're listening to smash boom best the show where we take two things smash them together and ask you to decide which one is best today we've got a musical match up to get your toes tapping it's guitars versus drunk. This is going to be a tough one for all the music lovers out there. Team Guitar knows how to move us with a melody but team drums has the beat here to make some big decisions is our judge Kira Hello Sarah Hi I'm Cara and in today's debate Excellent, we are so happy to have you here. So before we meet the debaters, I want to check in with you and see where you stand. Do consider yourself a musical person. Not so much I used to play piano a couple years ago but as very now. What kind of is your favorite music to listen to dislike any normal prison like I like a lot of rob? R.. V. Is. And do you ever get into debates with your family or friends me and muster we both do debate but at home is really just like silly stuff like our judge is our parents of late. Okay. Then go X. mom like were arguing the will ask mom and then she'll yellow boo-hoo. So as an experienced debater, what advice you have for our debaters today honestly for me the only person that matters Jana in this debate like the only opinion is mine so. Just keep that in mind just try to touch me Make. Sure. It's like I understand what you're saying and I get it because if I don't, then it's like who else is supposed to get it. Excellent. I'm so glad you are a judge today and I think it's time to welcome our debaters to the main stage. Let's kick it off with Tommy. McNamara. WHO's here to represent team drums. Hi Tommy. Low, I'm so excited to be here. Tommy in just one sentence. Why are drums clearly, the coolest. Okay. Drums are the coolest because they combine rob power and expert precision like if the world's strongest person also had the best handwriting. Very. Nice and now let's meet Tommy's fierce opponent here to REP team guitar. It's Rosie Dupont Hirose Rosie. Hi, Molly. So rosy yes. In a single sentence, tell us why guitars are the greatest. Here. We go. Guitars are the dogs of instruments because they're man's best friend interesting will strong opening sentiments all around almost ready to get this debate started. But first, let's review the rules of the game. Are Debaters will compete in four rounds of raucous reasoning and our judge hero will grade them on the facts and logic they used to make their case round. One is the declaration of greatness when each debater has the floor to present all the coolest things about their side. Each debater has just thirty seconds to make rebuttal. Round two is the micro around a creative challenge that both baiters have prepared for in advance. Round three is the sneak attack a surprise challenge to keep our debaters on their toes, and the last round is the final six when both sides have just six words to sway our judge. Hero will award points as we go but she won't reveal the tally and our winner until the end of the debate. All, Cure. You have two points to award this first round one for the best declaration and one for the best rebuttal. So keep track of both as you're listening, are you ready? Awesome Roseanne Tommy Are you ready. Yes. Molly I've never been more ready in my entire life. Fantastic. That means it's time for declaration of greatness. Arbitrators have come armed with the coolest facts history and arguments. We flipped a coin and Tommy you're up I it's time for you to beat the drums for well drums. Take it away drum roll please. Ladies and gentlemen we are here to honor the backbone of music the keeper of time the ruler of the rhythm drums. Drums are essential to making music fun. Don't believe me try to dance without drums always. Some instruments? Guitars. have faded from modern music but not drums rock hip pop jazz are NB. All used drumbeats most bands in America today use a standard drum kit. You know what? I'll let them introduce themselves. The Bass Drum. I'm the biggest and Lowest Roman the kit arm operated with a foot pedal. That doesn't mean you should kick me. Air I hang out in the middle of the drought kit with my two buddies. Hey I'm Tom and I'm Tom we're the Tomtoms we're twins we're deep and maybe a little Milanovic Hey, tom what does the bad drummer loses watch? He couldn't keep time. A few to let's talk symbols. Hi I'm Hi hat I'm not actually a hat I made up a few symbols on each other. I can be opener shut using effect pedal like this.

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Historian Jessica Krug Admits to Posing As a Black Woman

The Adam Carolla Show

04:17 min | 8 months ago

Historian Jessica Krug Admits to Posing As a Black Woman

"Crew. She's a professor at George Washington University revealed she'd been lying about being black for years. She will no longer be teaching classes this semester a spokesperson for Gw you did not comment further requests not been returned for CNN the message from the Gw, you administration comes just one day after crew is a professor of African and Latin American Studies revealed. She was not a black woman that she had been passing herself off as for years instead she revealed she's white Jewish from Kansas. City and throughout her adult life there she goes Krug had masqueraded as North African African, American, and Caribbean rooted Bronx blackness. was onto her ass years ago Roseanne Barr. She knew Oh. Yeah. That's right. Didn't know. Little yardstick. But how bad is racism in this country where half the people are trying to pass themselves. As. The hated race or not have to build. Those Cases of people trying to become a race that we allegedly hate and that doesn't seem. Not a great strategy. If in fact we are who we say we are well, it was funny because like I said August was the first person to send me this article and I got many after that and he made some joke like Oh must be a friend of Gina's well I said I it's not that big of a community. In Kansas City, I promise you I know someone who knows her psych I text, my best friend, my oldest friend from Kansas City and I said what's the deal that the name sounds familiar? Do We know her? Yes, she went to our synagogue she's so and so's niece She was a few years behind us to sit in front of us at snuggle. while. You Go. It's a small town in Kansas City. Now was she doing this in order to get a break I mean to get on the staff or to be able to teach these subjects credibly other thing too is kind of weird. It's like. I can listen to a guy speak about the civil war who didn't participate in the civil war needed to be reacting I'm old fashioned that way like I just feel like you can talk about Black Studies Chicano Studies. You may speak about that like you speak about any subject yes. Right. We're all you got CAESARIA coming on soon but like some of The best analysis about sports football regular are not from guys who played the game. You know what? I mean the best hitting coach Ted, Williams, the marginal hitting coach. You know what? I mean because it came. So naturally to him, I is the person who's studied it and really understand the science of hitting and that's why booger McFarland doesn't have a job. Exactly. Right I. Think you're right like. Is it the chicken or the egg? I would be shocked I mean, that would be a way bigger story if she felt like soul man like had to become this person to get this job than it would be like this undercover story and it would be totally different. This seems from just just a few paragraphs that this is she wanted to identify an Oh, I, would get a job doing this and she said I'm not a culture vulture I'm a culture leach. This kind of her may call. Yeah. Well. But if you think about it, if we live in a world where we're really getting granular about people's heritage and it turns out that you're kids got a better shot at getting into a better college if they have a little native American blood in them or little Hispanic or little something, it makes sense. A lot of people are going to be checking that box when they're filling stuff out like there's going to be. We are giving people in that. Arena that the college campus if we're saying. We are going to lower the admittance standards. If in fact you have a little this in your heritage. And your heritage or we may be hiring, but we're looking for somebody with this and their background and not that in the background. It stands to reason that a lot of people especially in the murky world of heritage are going to start fudging things right? Why? Why wouldn't you? I mean, what's so different about Laurie Lachlan out mean it's like going. Past. Kid off like half Cherokee Indian or something she probably would have would have done that. So I think we're going to see probably more of this. Well, she's no Elizabeth Warren.

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Opaline Sparkling Pinot Noir Brut Rose

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:05 min | 11 months ago

Opaline Sparkling Pinot Noir Brut Rose

"Dave from cheap WINE FINDER DOT COM A. Day would get a wine from. Trader Joe's. And, it's a summer cooler. It's Kinda. Kinda cool, let me get the bottle so I can read. It's open line. You know no wire sparkling. Abreu. That says seven ninety nine. French bubbly. Piano wire. That's basically all we know about about. Usually French wine. They're really into the place. You know it's gotTa. Be Language or Town or That this one is brought to France. Doesn't tell you much anything Made it, you don't know where it's from anything that's from France. What it looks pretty, it's got. The bottle! US prison up and it's got most cooled. Shapes, to kind of like the winds from as from vence. What else do you need? This is the opinion Nuwara bubbly. Rosaiah onto. Route, which means it's not so sweet dry so heck. Not. Knowing where it's from isn't a big deal, and it's seven ninety nine sip. It Tastes Good it's not complex. What you did up. Front is what you get all the way through the wine, but what you get up fronts pretty good. Don't really complain about you know that it's not. Layered and at a o'clock sand. If you put enough, chill on it and this is really. A summer chiller. Cold bast flavors. So You're not really. Going to really chill down. You don't want champagne. You don't want something expensive. because. You're losing half the experience. So this is perfect for. Stick it in the freezer half hour for you drank. This good looks good. It's cheap. From France! What else do you want I mean? The label doesn't tell you anything extra gotTA. PODCAST longer one. Coming up pretty, soon. How to read a wine label or more likely why? You can't figure out anything from Wine Label. This wine tells you nothing. I usually have pretty good luck with trader Joe's. Sparkling wines import wines, even the. Even their American ones. And I'm happy with this one cold Keep it. These kind of acidity that As you reaching for another sip before you even know it, which is Kinda what it's supposed to do so this is a French bubbly new wide group. That does what it's supposed to do. Looks good tastes, Great. That's okay with me. I, wish I knew more about it, which I know who made I wish. I knew where it was from. I. Wish I knew if it was the traditional method for the sharp nothing. You're the Talian to the French method. It's kind of got a used thing, so maybe it's got some form of a traditional nothing I don't know. These lower prices. You normally get the. Sean that nothing the large brush rise tank from station. But either way at this price he you. You don't ask too many questions. Sometimes, it's just nice to know what you're drinking. And it's trader. Joe's a blind. Are Sparkling Pinot Noir. Roseanne Summer Cooler. Good. Looks Good. Nick. What more do you? I can't think of anything more than you tonight. It's ninety degrees, and it's at night and. The, going down fine,

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Gabriel Jimnez: Petro The Crypto Project That Tried to Free Venezuela

Epicenter

05:57 min | 1 year ago

Gabriel Jimnez: Petro The Crypto Project That Tried to Free Venezuela

"Thanks for coming on. Thank you and thank you for waiting on. Thank you for the invitation to the band. Like I mentioned year before that change, my life, a lot I was completely destroyed on depressed over there, in Chicago, waiting for my paperwork for to be able to work on riot that the day before coming here when I got my paperwork on while the sat on Roseanne went to stay here in on the bay. I'M GONNA start working on out. That I'm passionate about. So you're living in the bay area? No, yes in Oakland. I was. Watching Week I think Mr Talk, but it was staying in Oakland and is like a really neat place I. Think I heard on the the Charlie. Trump podcasts that you're working with reserve now. I'm supporting Sarah via. Ask. Are Focusing on hyper visionary countries. A basketball is one of them. The reasons that I was working in creating. In, Minnesota related to take and related particular to cryptocurrencies is because of the potential that we we know. CRYPTOCURRENCY had in Venezuela and I think that very much reserve has taken a risk to actually try to develop and focus on developing tools particularly for the swearing context. Being a are a company that they don't even have Venezuelan known under team, and they were focusing on the big prawns had been a hat, so I decided to Suppor- dame, basically, because has been. Working on the potential of approp- There's. Always people, but and mostly focused right now on creatine product on my own, and that is Mike Place that is focused on providing jobs to Venezuelans goes John's. What financial freedom that cryptocurrencies allows you to I'm trying to provide dignified jobs I walk create a tool that is able to match being five jobs for. People. To be dependent over either Gordon or anyone that is subsidizing something particular, but they can get leaving on their own, so you the same fundamentals on technology and crypto payments in order for them to receive their the value of their work, but also you know they're on were being able to afford the rent being able to afford their food, their medicine that is something that is lacking undergone economy nowadays. So. Could we backtrack into how you got involved with all of this and like you grew up in Venezuela? You actually were from what I read. You were living the. And then you decided to move back to Venezuela in two thousand fifteen I. Think you talk a little bit about what inspired you go back there and like try to start solving the problems. My college years back there in Venezuela. I always was very active politically. WEST PART OF GENERATION OVER MINNESOTA. The, two thousand and seven generation, and we had many troubles and protest. The Chavez back at the time I created offline Dacian, trying to help unite the people to create comprised grid. Pray except helps everyone that's when I was in college, so my plan was to go to the US study. Prepare and go back to Venezuela because. It through my life. Actually find solutions that affects our life as they're. Hold prices that is. Over there my country when I went over here to the US, I landed in Boston. I was star in the over. There are some specific station in negotiation continent My plan was to go back. I didn't know when. I knew that I was here in the US to prepare myself Durand to work and to go back. That's the reason why I'm here. In is I started working after my masters. Started working at the US Congress actually while I'm the US Congress and working for an congresswoman. Deanna, that is the biggest district, is a district that has the most Venezuelans in the US, told the reason that I decided to four hair with her back in two thousand fourteen I. Actually promoted as we're seeing her office the first sanctions. Officials a were violating human rights dot particular Gio that Gorman kill over hundred people that. Is Particularly John Renaissance at were protesting once again in two thousand fourteen, and in two thousand fifteen, happening something unique on the Venezuelan modern history that for the first time, since Chagas got power ninety, a the won an election for a public office or a major power, but in this case is the legislature so. Is the equivalent to US Congress for us. Is the National Assembly? I actually was renewing my. Own Mexico back at the time, but when I saw that their position one I thought you know many Venezuelans hope went over there for change soon for the first time, the Congress had a lot of power for, but besides the power that Congress held in Venezuelan people that wanted something different i. didn't you hold the political confident will end up happening, but the marathon that the Venezuelan people wanting to change in West Lake signed for me that it was a woman to go on support and that movement of change.

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Why stories matter now more than ever

Unreserved

07:55 min | 1 year ago

Why stories matter now more than ever

"In late March in an apparent attempt to avoid cove nineteen a Quebec couple drove thousands of kilometers west to White Horse. Uconn then they travel to the flying community of old crow a community of about two hundred fifty people one still without a case of covert nineteen but the couple was eventually sent packing chief. Dana. Tj Tram of the Glitch in first nation was shocked by the couple's actions. To tell you the truth I was not prepared for a random couple from Quebec to to. Just come off the plane. It was really concerning to people just because we have a very small tight knit community that have grown old together for generations so for some strangers just to show up one day. It was almost as if someone just walks into your house and helps himself to your fridge if he will. But especially under the Kovic crisis this only had exponential affects. This story sounded a bit familiar to Guizhou Rice. Because he had written it. Before or at least a fictionalized version of it. And his post apocalyptic novel moon of the crusted snow while gisha is initially bay from the socks in first nation and also the host of. Cbs's up north. Hello Wab. Welcome back to this. Show month brand I Roseanne. Thanks for having me again. Why don't Weird Weird Situation? This is so weird I was tagged dozens of times. Chris Static the witches lawyer is original tweet about it and Yeah it kind of blew my mind very confusing. I Bet I bet you feel a bit. Like an oracle not really but. I you know obviously see the parallels between the you know this real life imitating fiction right. I wrote that particular plot points of Muna crusted snow just as a what if not as this sort of how to guides so maybe. I feel guilty as a result of that. I don't know I for the UNINITIATED. Tell us a bit about your book. Moon of the crusted snow. Okay Yeah So. It's a look at the moment of apocalypse From the perspective of northern New Snobby Community. And what happens in the story is there is a blackout due to sort of mysterious. 'cause They communications go then. The power goes outright so this community because it says so far north that people are still somewhat connected to the lane and they're able to adapt to sort of move through this sort of confusing new era but those who aren't as adapt that sort of hunting fishing and You know living off the lanes descend into a bit of panic and chaos and then on top of that just things start really getting intense. Agai comes from a city in the south. The Big White Guy who has equally mysterious background as you know as the catastrophe itself and He begins sort of imposing his will and then he's followed by some other people from the south things. The community is forced to make some pretty serious decisions as to how they're going to survive and how they're going to move forward in this new era. Yeah now this plotline that your frank you with the with the gentlemen coming from the South I'm obviously they're they're looking for food shelter and a knowledge to survive in this new reality but the indigenous community really response Interestingly to this to this To this person showing up in that they make initially welcome him in as right. Yeah and you know. There is a bit of conflicts some tension amongst community members as to what they're going to do but a lot of the leadership in this. I know in that in that particular community is still very closely connected to national values despite you know. Colonialism enforces simulation as such. So you know some of the people believe we as we should welcome this individual in and try to work together with him to create a you know a good community as we try to navigate this new reality of living in the darkness right Sort of how. He's able to take his place In the community so when this story in the Yukon I broke just recently many people online silly related to your book. What did you think when you first heard about? I thought back to win. I started writing moon of the crusted snow and that was always going to be a major plot elements of the story. Was THIS JUSTIN SCOTT CHARACTER. This white guy coming into the community from the city right and then sort of imposing his will and As I began writing it about a month or so in I started having doubts as to whether that would actually happen. You know I thought. Would there actually be people who would flee the city in a crisis in go to the res- to seek shelter to seek safety and so on so I thought that's not believable at all? I don't have a viable story. You know but it went to this House party in Ottawa Halloween Party. Actually when I was living there and that was about a month and a half into writing the first draft and was steeped in this doubt about whether this was a believable story and I started talking to this random dude their end because it's so deep into the sort of Story in thinking about the end of the world that was basically all I was talking about the people at the time so I must have been pretty fun chat back then but anyways I was talking to this guy and we were talking about things. Go down and what would happen. And so on. And he uttered the blue says. Yeah if it all went down if things fell apart here in the city the first place I'm going to the res- and I was like. Oh Yeah I was like Whoa. Why why would you go there? Wh- what's the thinking behind that he's like well you know how to. Heinz how to live in the Bush and you know it'd be a good place for me to hide out and I said okay Well which do you want to go to? You know? Thinking of the spy reserves to to Ottawa. Tanay Guy Kidding. Zv Golden Acres CETERA. And he's like doesn't matter whichever one I can get to you. The quickest right so I kinda thought you know. This is very presumptuous of this new to think that he can just go to arrests. But that was the sort of validation. I needed to write this Justin Scott character because I thought okay. There's one guy who believes this so I can write the story you know but I guess there are a lot more people who think that including a young couple from Quebec willing to drag style meters to like the other end of the land right so weary so back then it spiracy theory exactly you ever imagine like something like this might happen one day when you put your head. Deep into post apocalyptic gorgeous doping fiction. You're always all the possibilities right but I think you never really prepared for the big moments you know when something actually happens and I don't think I could have ever imagined that pandemic to the scale you know like that's sad though like people are slowly started to realize that the world we did living is gone now and what. We're going to emerge in something totally different like we're going to have different ways of life and they're going to be different roles and responsibilities that we all have resulted so I think keeping those things in mind in how resilient indigenous people are especially in overcoming these crises that has prepared mentally in some ways. Although I'm not Maybe not physically or supply wise prepared as well as it should be just in case right so the thing about anyways

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Harvey Weinstein experienced heart palpitations, high blood pressure en route to Rikers, attorney says

Erin Burnett OutFront

03:18 min | 1 year ago

Harvey Weinstein experienced heart palpitations, high blood pressure en route to Rikers, attorney says

"Have you seen has been rerouted from the notorious rikers island jail to a hospital. Just hours after the disgraced movie. Mogul was found guilty to sex crimes. He is facing as many as twenty nine years in prison. Erica Hill is out front. Harvey Weinstein wants one of the most powerful men in Hollywood now. A convicted rapist. Weinstein with his manipulation is resources. His attorneys publicists and his spies did everything. He could to silence survivors but they refuse to be silent. They spoke from their hearts and they were heard. At least one hundred women have now publicly accused Weinstein of actions ranging from unwanted sexual advances to rape he has denied all allegations of nonconsensual sex. Six of those women testified at his New York trial over the past month on Monday. A Manhattan jury found Weinstein guilty on two counts committing a criminal sex act and third degree rape charges based on testimony from Miriam Haley and Jessica Man Hayley told the Cord Weinstein forced her into a sex act in two thousand six while man testified. He raped her in twenty thirteen during an abusive relationship. This 67-year-old was acquitted. On more serious charges of predatory sexual assault against both women and first degree rape against man immediately taken into custody. Weinstein faces five to twenty five years in prison for the criminal. Sex Act charge at a maximum of four years for the rape charge. Ashley Judd. Who accused Weinstein of sexual harassment? In a bombshell New York Times story published more than two years ago tweeting for the women who testified in this case and walked through traumatic. Hell you did a public service to girls and women everywhere. Thank you gratitude to the brave women who testified to the jury for seeing through the dirty tactics of the Defense Roseanne Arquett. Our cat publicly accused. Weinstein of sexual misconduct in a separate story for the New Yorker written by Ronan Farrow in response to the verdict fair. Lauded the many women who came forward at quote great personal cost and risk. Please keep those women in your thoughts. Today he wrote Weinstein's attorneys who planned to appeal also tells CNN. They don't think he could get a fair trial in part because of the intense media coverage they also believe the. Da wanted to make an example of him. District Attorney's Office wanted to shame Mr Weinstein and they wanted to get him on all counts. I think clearly throughout the course of this trial through cross examinations or the evidence we put forward. There was a reasonable doubt a grave reasonable doubt as to whether or not these crimes were proven. We're also learning a little bit more about why he was taken to Bellevue. Rerouted there Aaron. We're learning from his attorney. He was feeling chest. Pains having heart palpitations and high blood pressure. We can also tell you C. N. N. has learned that in recent months Harvey Weinstein Hired Eight. Prison consultants his sentencing is set for March eleventh. These are not the only charges though he faces criminal charges as well in La stemming from accusations of rape and assault in twenty

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You Gotta Believe: Fostering Older Kids and Youth

If These Ovaries Could Talk

03:07 min | 1 year ago

You Gotta Believe: Fostering Older Kids and Youth

"Can we please talk about the event we went to last week for the? You gotta believe gotTa believe. I mean using shirt foster children. Don't age out with their mission. Yeah and and you remember mother Mary from season from last year. How could you not remember mother Mary if he didn't listen to mother Mary's episode go back? Listen to her. She's this woman who fostered how many children eight hundred million. She's like Ronald Lady lives in a shoe. We joked about that in the dance. She is like the whole time. She's talking to us. We knew her as Mary and then I said can. We claim mother Mary. She said everybody calls me that because she just has this vile she's amazing she's so loving and accepting and patient and kind like she's literally mother. Mary and so we went to they. Did a Seth Detsky who you also remember from our podcast and has been James was land is has been James Wesley so they put a benefit. It's like a Broadway benefit with Broadway stars for. You GotTa believe in and Mary Mother. Mary invited us with our wives. So we got like sitters and we went out on. The town had a date night. Double date date he did was so we sat down. We sat down in the theater. And I said we're prepared to cry. We're GONNA cry. She was like why would we cry? I was like that was an. Yeah why was I know but you were like? Oh we'll see I don't know what you said you said you you know you feel in the crying like I. I acquired eastern guys Robbins saw. I was afraid to look over at her. I was like Oh God. Is She really sobbing? That wasn't sure Kohl's dreaming down my face during the entire thing story really. Laurie half who I remember as Jackie from Roseanne but she does much our I mean. She's so amazing. She got up and spoke. I didn't even know that she was a foster mom was just it was. It was so powerful story was beautiful sunny. I went home until my kids about the stories. Because you have no idea how lucky you are. She went home was telling him about that. One girl who's foster parents locked the food padlocks and only their natural born kids got back keys and my kids were just like staring blank. Faced me Oh my God of Evil Fairytale Gusting like that actually happens. I know there's so many terrible things out there but then there's good foster parents as well. Which is what this event highlighted and the ones who become these children's forever homes even when they're sixteen seventeen eighteen twenty two. She got adopted. Finally it just matters so much because when you think about these foster kids their system so long they don't have an example of what a family is. They don't have a blueprint you know. Our kids are so lucky to have a blueprint of what you do and they have us to help them get a bank account. You get a self like all these things that you need rental help apply to college. College apply to high school at a middle school. But you gotta you gotTa check out you got to believe and in donate to them and and look into organization their website is you gotta believe Dot Org. Just they're just Just such an incredible. We talk for hours but we're not going

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Fortune Tellers

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

06:30 min | 1 year ago

Fortune Tellers

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host kid crumb all this week. We're going to be looking at psychics and mediums and people oh who read your fortunes and so we'll start out with the question. psychics real fraud on a Monday in nineteen ninety ninety. Five the Oprah Winfrey show hosted a psychic Roseanne. Ultra not her real name. The show's audience that day number. Just over two hundred rid. After a brief interview with Oprah the psychic turned to the audience and the questions began typically referred to as fishing or coal whole readings. The questions were brought. Has someone lost a loved one recently a mother or sister or brother recently then then. She pressed several individuals but nothing really clicked out of two hundred individuals. She was only able to make generalities with only a few specifics. Picks in the end she caught one a woman who lost her mother to cancer. It was a moment that odd the audience and struck Oprah silent if you'd like to watch the technique of cold reading without leaving the comfort of your living room checkout the CBS TV. Show the mental EST if ran. I'm from two thousand eight to two thousand fifteen and I'm sure you can catch it on Netflix. It's a story of a father and son Carnival. Act where the sun pretended tended to be psychic when the boy grew up he created a show where he would connect audience members with loved ones who had passed long story short he connected did with a branch of law enforcement and used his knowledge of fishing and coal readings throughout the seven years to show ran to solve crimes crime. I am show plots aside. It's a great example of techniques used by psychics. A few shows back. This podcast covered the effort by famous. Magician magician Harry Houdini to expose psychics and frauds. The professional rarely makes the declaration he or she watches facial responses to specific question. Did someone here lose a son. A Chin wrinkles is glistening with shed. Tears he hones. It's or she hones in. I sense a tragedy. Yes yes rick. Ground the psychic takes a chance with the name was was Frederick Eric on a boat on large body of water. Yes Frederick was on his father's vote on Lake Michigan. You get the idea and you're probably thinking come on on. Who would fall for all that most people? That's who twenty people pay two hundred dollars each filled with expectations -tations Danta room lights slightly dimmed not enough to be noticed but enough to create an atmosphere. Psychic speaks of the nature of death and dying fine. There may be some low music but wait the title. Today's PODCAST psychics reeler fraud. So here's the other side of the coin at the age of thirteen. Thirteen Ruby Lynch witnessed from a hiding place that brutal murder of her parents during the initial search of the house for Clues Little Ruby was found. She was in shock doc fell into a catatonic state for the next decade. She was institutionalized at twenty three she assigned was assigned a new case worker. A woman woman wanted to get closure for Ruby. She sat in a room with her and read out loud. The police report that cited the capture of the murder still Ruby Ruby remained unresponsive. Then the caseworker decided to take her to a psychic that worked out of a building on the edge of town. The psychic was told only that ruby behead witness a brutal murder of her parents no other details upon their arrival ruby and her social worker were ushered into a room with no windows and only one door. There was a small card table three chairs. The walls were bare and there was no ventilation. The Room was well lit though stuffy. The door was closed as soon as they entered the psychic sat rigidly in a straight back chair with no arms from the time. Ruby and the caseworker. Were seated. No one spoke minutes past than the psychic slot forward over the next thirty eight minutes a psychic describe where Ruby had been hidden too the tiniest. Es detail our parents had been murdered and when she straightened up is close. She described three Special Memories Ruby out of her mother baking cookies for Christmas Christmas helping Ruby prepare for elementary talent show and teaching her to use a sewing machine. When the memories were recounted by the psychic kick Ruby began to sob when the psychic recited details of her father teaching her to drive Ruby began to cry rocking forward and back forward and back feeling that this was somehow more than Ruby? Could handle the caseworker ended. The session took Ruby back to the state facility and went to the police department that handle title case. No no one had requested a copy of the case which had long been sealed. The psychic was not known to the cleese and what her name was entered into criminal database. Nothing came up the next day. The caseworker control to the outskirts of town parked in front of the building with a session with skull. No one answered the door and it was determined that the building had been unoccupied and occupied only occasionally for the past ten years and read recently been purchased and was slated to be demolished today at thirty five Ruby. Lunch lives a quiet life alone and works part. Time I'm in a flower. Shop reformer caseworker. Drop spy and now and then to see how she's doing on one visit. She asked Ruby what she remembered about the visit with the Psychic Ruby looked at her with a blank stare then stated that she had no memory of such a visit psychics. reeler fraud. You you decide. All this week will be taking a look at psychics and fortune tellers and mediums. Well today's Today's podcast was produced. Here night all sounds studio all main some places except for the day and data the Oprah Winfrey show have been changed. The case of Ruby Lynch was summarized memorized from a police report.

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Universal Studios Was Built on an Indigenous Village Site

Unreserved

06:21 min | 1 year ago

Universal Studios Was Built on an Indigenous Village Site

"Did you know that universal studios was built on an indigenous village site. The Hollywood sign somewhere around here over the hill. Pickup up there and then the Hollywood sign is somewhere on this back side of it. Were walking around the entrance to Universal Studios. My name is Timothy are. I'm a citizen of the Abandon Mission Indians. I'm a video and I worked for my trip. I am born and raised here in San Fernando Manda Valley which is the North End of Los Angeles. If you look at how high we are. That's why I get so loss. You can't see anything on top of the hill. Not really a walking walking city not too many hills think we go this way right in front of universal versus studios that theme park over here in Hollywood in. There's like literally a red carpet that leads guests right up to the entrance to the park when you think about about locations theme parks like Disneyland. Six flags and Universal Studios Lot of people don't know that traditional uses of the land when you look at the theme park park place a fantasy too. You have hogwarts in you have the jaws ride and their places that are surreal. The reality is if you look at the history of this place. Is this this. These are traditional homelands of indigenous folk. They're located here and still located here in Los Angeles County. Universal Studios does lay on on a traditional village. Sigh of coins and my family is located. And we we come from Encino. which is you can see right down from from the hill so these lands used to be ours? If you wanted to say it straight just come here and enjoy it but it had to be taken away. Ah I to be enjoyed. But yeah like if you look at it. Anywhere in Los Angeles County and specially my tribes were located kinda regionally. Here we have village sites are here and you see a lot of the land has been disturbed. It's not what it used to be so you could take to consideration digging in the ground breaking that had to take place for these things things to happen so there is a backside to seeing places that people get to have fun and even as a kid growing up you know it was always right here so it is cheaper within Disneyland and it was So it was pretty easy for my family to come up here and take us. I used to have find us at escape. It takes a lot to rethink. I think that in how can you save yourself and feeling bitter towards that and I think that's where I'm at personally when I look at these places now it's hard to enjoy them. mm-hmm everything about La is about Hollywood. Hollywood life you know I went to school in Hollywood too so like I was part of that. Like oh there's the industry here so you know there's TVs get made here. All of that is here and then you know when you start talking to people you know. I work in the industry with always asked him. Where'd you come from and it's never ever? La It makes me feel so unique to say from here. I would like people to think of when I come away is who is here I and and who is still here now. You know there is a lot of significance just knowing that and what's the story of the city and there's apps now even and do that say whose land you're on Look that up. I want people to come here with a historical curiosity that so paved so developed. Unfortunately we're not OUGHTA try. The has a cultural centre. We just want them to come. Maybe visit us or maybe call us her or look us up a lye anything do anything before you come here to just be curious you know having a place. Universal Studios acknowledged the original people's here. I think we'll be a great step because there are a lot of tourists here right. You know whose home you're going into so when you drive around you don't even think twice about these certain places like street names. You know the names Cohen A- But they're from indigenous. Names there from native names you know so and growing up here in La you know myself was kind of a stereotype going through middle school. You tell people because everyone ask what are you doing. I'd say I'm this this young American and you just get always thrown those. Stereotypes prototypes. TV You know or they do like a racist. You know like a sound any stereotype that you got from growing up watching cartoons like Peter Pan or watching. TV shows where all the Indians die so middle school. I ended up not saying I was native American more because because it was so embarrassing when you hit seventh grade. There's a little paragraph about the people here and you get a little map and I remember seeing that map and feeling so proud. Tov Him was on it was it. You know I told my mom about the map. And then she told my grandfather who was chief for the at the time and he came to the school with my uncle talked about us as people talked about his presently people. What are we doing is people? I felt like that was such a power move like we're not Su- paragraph in a history book where people here and we're here to talk to you. This industry working in is hard in a lot of ways because of the share types that propelled you see. These native writers indigenous writers. Come in. They're changing that right. They're coming in and saying like rocking. Just tell that story you know like that. Historically that's wrong and that hurts us we're gonNA tell this story from Orlands in with our voice so being now in this industry feels very a powerful and it feels very very important that was to top VM. videographer Timothy or analysis. This is unreserved on. CBC Radio One Sirius Xm one sixty nine and native voice one. I Roseanne dear child today. We're talking all about decolonizing. Hollywood God and recognizing the indigenous lands that La is built upon still ahead. California actually has always been the home of indigenous people Historically pre contact pre European time. It actually was the home to more tribes and more indigenous vision of people than all of the United States put

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Why is Chester Hanks, AKA Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson’s Son, Like This?

Who? Weekly

05:40 min | 1 year ago

Why is Chester Hanks, AKA Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson’s Son, Like This?

"This is chester. Hanks big doc big up the whole island massive cowboy Chattanooga coming from that Golden Globes to- amongst Mexican and. I'll watch I mean it's not the worst thing he's ever done. I think that's the best way to put it. That's the best way to put it. It's the worst thing he's ever done as any Tom Hanks fan longtime hang longtime Tom. Hanks Fan knows Chad. Hayes is the kind of loose puzzle piece in the whole thing of it all yet. He's the son of Tom and Rita. They have their oldest son sons. He's a rapper slash actor slash instagram user and people often he comes up sometimes and then he goes away and then he comes up then he goes away and he's currently coming up because he was at the golden goal to this parents he also like recently in the past four years got sober and had a kid so like his life was just very drama and now it's a little bit less drama. He's wingless academian more less wrapping and more acting and he sort of quieted down down. Yeah everyone could see less of him but that sort of a good thing whatever right but everyone forgot about him and then he was front and center at the Golden Globes last night. Everybody I was like. Oh yeah remember like Tom. Hanks son who's like a little bit yeow unexpectedly Tom. Hey brought the whole. They brought the whole all clan there today all the kids. They brought the kids with Tom. Tom Hanks's other kids. His his non-readers children his children. Even his non on reader children are invited. Children were on. Hank's is a Non Rita Child. It's only they're not talked about over for to their their Colin Hanks as an unruly child. Elizabeth is a Non Rita Child and Truman and chat are Rita Children. But we only read our about chat chester as we really only care about him. Jim Collins Boring Elizabeth is an actor the end. Truman is just to Truman's a little too young to have actually had his coming out party. You know we focus on the real like relevant Tom. Hanks news is aiming to say. Rita Wilson commented on this video of chat doing his thing and he said maybe the best laugh of the night crying laughing. I'm Oh boy it's like. She's so supportive. Wilson is Rita. Wilson is the Hollywood version version of. He's so talented. I'm so proud of talented talented. Don't comment directly about what Chet Hayes is doing like they're really not like getting they're not really we see their pr person is like just. Don't just don't talk about it. It's fine Rita's. Night was not without drama of her own. She she needed a laugh. She tweeted around God win was. When did she tweet this around the Golden Globes the Golden Globes start at noon? La Time so this was probably around six am she between my hair and makeup is person is one hour and twenty minutes late next week hair and makeup is still not here trying to be then next week booked this person in September hair and makeup. Still not here. And if that's like not bad. She went over to instagram because the woman loves to cross platform tweeted a instagram picture of herself with like her hair. That looked slightly curly. Not Not blown out not done up and said we're I don't even have the link but like the version of those tweets again. My hair and makeup person is late. I this is about one thirty. La Time is when she tweeted and she said what you look like when your hair and makeup person for the Golden Globes as one and a half hours late even though you booked him in September will leave one hour to do hair and makeup. What the only leave him what she's like? How will I do this? One in one hour. Will you know when I saw that night. And she figured it out she looked great loved. Always pulls is through. Julianne Moore commented. Oh my God I feel you. Michelle pfeiffer commented heart. Kate Bosworth commented. Oh that's the craziest feeling healing and of course the most Christie comment which was I cannot go on until I know who I have no life. It's like who the fuck needs to know who the makeup artist test is. Like Rosanna. arquette is on a different planet and just as beauty love you bravo Rose rose rose. Rose Rose Clap Clap Balloon. Peace sign for ransom. Wow that's really funny Roseanne Arquett. What's happening Rita Wilson? And I'm not saying this about evidence like Bu- via unnamed sources but also also these tweets themselves like she's kind of a monster I mean. Come on no. I feel feel like celebrities like love her but Jesus Christ yeah I mean. The rumor mill is grinding out. News that she's a bit of a monster but that's okay not not everyone I mean especially. You're a monster. When you're married to Tom Hanks just by comparison? Let's juxtaposed these two people. You come across across as a little more monstrous whenever your husband is saying. It's true like the sacrifice you make by being married to Tom. Hanks that you come off as a monster. Because it's like Mr Rogers is why people are like you know. I Love Fred but his wife was a bitch Da. She was a baby. She was slightly mean. Once you know but I I do feel like looking at read those tweets. I'm just like what is hurt. What's your damage? Lady looking at those three tweets.

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"roseanne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"And that is when should we the american public be interested in the political pronouncements and racist pronouncements and gross pronouncements of public figures when should we forgive them when should we not when should they be fired by companies in winter they not and it seems to me that the line of demarcation is when the speech that is being used actually damages the product of the corporation so here we're not talking about the government getting involved we're not talking about when the government should crack down on speech the answer is the government should never crackdown on speech the government should not be arresting roseanne barr for saying vile things the question is when can accompany when when can accompany roseanne and when is it right to boycott roseanne's show for example or when is it right to boycott the nfl when can the nfl institute new rules about kneeling and it seems to me that when the product is connected with the viewpoint then is appropriate to initiate a boycott and has also appropriate for a corporation to respond in kind to that boycott so with regard to the nfl the products that they produced was a product that included the national anthem on tv it was part of the game the nfl is replete with patriotic symbolism these it all the time when i was at the super bowl last year it was fully patriotic in the the video of the blue angels fly over the whole thing so if if that is threatened and people say listen i don't feel the same way about that product is i used to because the product itself has changed that's not out of the realm of reality or decency boycotting the nfl 'cause you don't like people kneeling for the anthem seems to me well within the bounds of normal public discourse the same thing holds true for roseanne roseanne even more so because roseanne's character is called roseanne right the show is based on roseanne so if roseanne were playing a completely different character i think he might even have more dicey situations mant has a lot of really stupid things i don't boycott.

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"roseanne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"On the roseanne situation and he is blaming president trump for obviously because president trump it's amazing everybody seems to think that the universe revolves around president trump so roseanne does something bad and suddenly it has to do with president trump i'm not sure what roseanne has to do with trump other than roseanne was a trump supporter but harvey weinstein was a hillary clinton supporter and i'm not sure why if harvey if hillary president right now i do not think you'd see a lot of headlines about hillary supporter harvey weinstein goes on in in you know is tried for rape and just don't think that'd be the headline now it'd be a little bit fairer roseanne was portraying it supporter onto but this was always the danger of her portrayed from supporter on tv i mentioned at a time i did nearly a full show on it i talked about how trump's portrayal of trump supporters was not helpful to trump supporters and that when you tell your boat too crazy people bad things happen as i said about kanye west likes i'm happy wants to do the open your mind thing but live by the conde die by the cognac live by the roseanne die by the roseanne okay but in any case here's van jones trying to try tied trump to roseanne is trump was somehow using rosanna says meat puppet like he had his hand in the back of her head it was actually manipulating her mouth to call valerie jarrett nape it could be that this moral collapse inside of our political system especially inside the white house is being counterbalanced now about people in mainstream media mainstream corporation you say listen we don't wanna live in a country where you know decent people can be attacked for no reason with despicable terms and is very important enough it's not a joke it's not funny okay so i agree it's not a joke and i agree it's not funny to pretend that donald trump is.

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"roseanne" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Ten w o r now age the rush limbaugh show so many people are asking me why is it media not let go of his roseanne thing why is the roseanne thing the biggest news today come on folks actually i'm kind of flattered you still need me to explain these kinds of things not you know what they're doing they're fantasizing this is trump roseanne is trump they can't wait to do this when trump does this is what they've been fantasizing they got rid of roseanne roseanne got rid of roseanne but they think they did it they publicized her tweets this is exactly what they dream of doing everyday we're trump i mean they get up every day every day and they dream of this exact thing wall to wall twenty four seven never ending trump is x trump is reprobate trump's gone we did it this roseanne standing in for donald trump here really isn't any more complicated than that great to have you elrushbo here at eight hundred two.

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"roseanne" Discussed on We Can Talk About

We Can Talk About

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on We Can Talk About

"Roseanne barr the comedian roseanne barr the roseanne conner the character she played on tv who knows who the real roseanne buyers right we we talk about this all the time like there's even we talked about with obama right there was like there's a real barack obama who curses along watch basketball and drink beer is on the way and then there's the the barack obama oh persona who's i the president nice says america for while and now guy knows what he's doing the has multiple personas of course when you create a character on tv show that has your own name yes right character created is roseanne is very similar to who you are as a person and the type of person you want to be and you've created this character new created the show it's obviously not only is that character can be similar to you but it's also going to create a blurry line of who you are versus the character is not necessarily for roseanne barr herself but for the world like everyone watches roseanne and then thinks that that's exactly what roseanne which as the show progressed roseanne barr got to be a very wealthy woman profoundly wealthy and was still playing a very poor woman on televisions and so i think people were still viewing her in that way and like you know i wouldn't be surprised if people were like oh man we should give some money to roseanne yeah electric bill my favorite episode or why don't know what my favorite episode but a scene that i'll never forget is one where her dan are sitting at the kitchen table and they're up late at night and they're seriously trying to figure out how to pay their bills.

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"roseanne" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

Slate's Double X Gabfest

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

"Which is like a terrible indictment in some ways but like you know i have vague memories of you know like a lesbian storyline that they did where roseanne kissed mariel hemingway mean so i have these very vague memories but this was the day these were the days when you just kind of watch television you know you didn't binge it you just kind of sat there every week and watched it so it doesn't surprise me that my memories are like i remember when they started their loose meat shop you know so i have these these vague scattered memories but but yeah i watched it and what about her as a character lifted she what what did she represent in television history like her show her is the creator of the show like what was important about that show well i think you know the thing that everybody talks about that is yes impossible to ignore is the fact that these that this was an unapologetic undisguised working class family you know roseanne barr was very much the roseanne that yes is roseanne conner was a character but roseanne barr was a really huge powerful force in the creation of that show and in the in the storylines of the show she was the the very center of the show it was about struggles and it was you know about struggles really basic struggles like a rhyme money and around you know all all comedy in a way is about struggle l comedy has conflict somewhere in it but these were you know what a generally referred to us relatable struggles and you know that that i don't know if it was groundbreaking in terms of television history but in the ninety s when it aired that it was at the time as far as i can remember the only show of its kind i actually do not have much of a or any really relationship to roseanne with a kid when when it was on the air the first time and my parents were strict about television in general and roseanne in particular was one of the show.

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"roseanne" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

See You Next Wednesday

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

"Yeah but they're at odds and they talk about their political beliefs in a way that is very germane to the roseanne kind of world and some characters don't take a stance or anything and they don't really need to yeah but everything is sort of updated and it's it's like the world of roseanne trying to adjust itself to the way today is kind of thing yeah and i think it's kinda handled in a release wieght and responsible way and and yeah i kinda i kinda love the way it's done yeah no i enjoyed the episode's and i thought that yeah yeah i did think that yeah i struggled with it like with all that stuff with all the political stuff in real world and but but i did think that on a sort of like just taking it as a sitcom and the sitcom that i fell in love with over the past year when i rewatch the original series yeah i was like this in terms of like the update of that show like it works and it's funny and there was definitely some jokes maybe you're leaning towards her opinion and then there was other times or i was like maybe these characters are a little bit like i don't know but i win it all kind of when all the cards fell i was like no this is still roseanne and i really thought it was a good update yeah yeah i thought there was definitely moments where they are still trying to do what roseanne did in the original series like with the with the sun character and how that stuff resolves itself in a way where you're like.

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"roseanne" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Yet no i think it was to an extent probably to the same extent that this was but but that's what happens so the guy who developed the show got into a feud with roseanne and she won the feud because jackie laurie metcalf in john goodman backed her up and if you're gonna be in a fight you have to have the stars of your show backing backing up you're gonna lose he well i mean even if she didn't have the other stars of the show is named after her i don't know what they thought they would do if they lost her but i guess you never heard of the hogan family that ran for a very long time would they couldn't do that with roseanne though why not well because she from what i read there was an episode that there is an argument about the script roseanne was in the opening scene and the ending scene and that's it and the rest of it was junk goodman in laurie metcalf and it was really a well regarded episode and that's where the feud was met williams is what went to those two would you be willing to do the show without her and they said no so i think they would have tried that's insane though because roseanne is had such a weird charisma like she was so singular whereas like valerie harper was not nor was sandy duncan you know what i mean like it it didn't matter if he switched them out or or like the mom on fresh prince of belair you know who cares.

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"roseanne" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Day jay's welcome to pop culture continuum this is john elliott mrs patrick riccardi and this week we're doing roseanne versus roseanne season one episode one versus season ten episode one i wanted to but yeah yeah and it see this was we were going to do a music episode but a listener suggested this to associate we we do listen to him i mean this listeners also my girlfriend so i kind of had to listen to her but ho yeah you don't wanna you don't wanna know edit this bit out actually no it is a good idea what the new of roseanne starting and yes and we went back to the pilot episode which is streaming on amazon prime if you've got that you can check it out there so it started in nineteen eighty eight another show that i think most people associate with the nineties like seinfeld and the simpsons but they all started in the eighties and unlike this seinfeld says i have not seen this show since it was aired i doubt i have yeah maybe i've seen bits and pieces i i know i have seen bits and pieces but this is the first time watching entire episode since it was on the air oh really oh no see i've seen some because they show one in reruns on some channel here but yeah i was just surprised at how well it held up i thought.

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"roseanne" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Talking about sexual assault amongst main you know and i think the same thing applies and i there's something very satisfying in relieving about the fact that the i don't have to watch roseanne and then figure out how to insert myself into it to like correct everything that's wrong i want to see why people struggled with this i want to see why people doing this work also yes it's a tv show it's just a tv show but comedy is a really important and useful medium for dealing with some of these issues and a lot of tv comedy today has particularly thinking about the late night shows in the area of trump they're fairly activist there there's a there's there can be a sense of vitriol there's sometimes partisan this is roseanne using the medium of comedy to have conversations in a way that feels a little bit safer and a little bit more approachable from all sides i mean i think a lot about that opening credits the quance which is another thing that's kind of carried over from the old show to the new you think about roseanne it starts with roseanne and they're at a kitchen table and the whole family's there and the camera pans around the whole table and you see these interactions around the table between different family members it ends always with roseanne throwing back her head and laughing this big belly laugh that kind of sends the message of okay no matter what happens no matter what our conflicts are we are here as a family and that's the the foundation of our family is what's going to carry us through let's go next to chelsea massachusetts j welcome to the program.

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"roseanne" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"And i should've understood that you know you want the government to give everybody free healthcare because you're good hearted person who can't do simple math sesame bo india by that that after that scene is over and they kiss and make up it's back to being sitcom again oh absolutely but i still think that it's such important groundwork that needs to be laid and i think that you know when i think about my memories of roseanne watching it as a child and as a teenager would i do remember are the very progressive ways in which they address certain issues i mean when i found out that there was a teenager who was sexually active in had gotten pregnant i was like oh i have to watch this show all the time because now i'm intrigued i i i was also a teenager and wanted to watch anything scandalous at that point but i always thought that though the way that the connors move towards issues where with a lot of friction but also towards a meaningful ends on thinking about the episode i think it was in season eight or nine when dj had to do a school play and he didn't want to do it because they required him to kiss a black girl and dan support a dj in his boycotting of this play because he didn't want to kiss a black girl in an roseanne wanted to force dj to do it mainly to appease her own sense of her not being racist but also because she didn't want her son to grow up to be racist and those other memories that i have and i do think that even with roseanne barr the real roseanne even with her own political views i still have faith that roseanne conner is going to lean into those conversations in a way that is meaningful and i think that it was just really important to set that precedence that says okay this is how we're representing people on various size of the aisle but then here are the issues that are coming up in our family and how we have to talk about them and to be clear there's a lot of black girl kissing going on in the latest iteration of the show because of the connors new grandchild which interestingly we have no backstory on she's just so far.

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"roseanne" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"In some factory that makes plastic forks and she has to work overtime so the whole episode is trying to balance how the two of them are both going to get their work done get home in time to order a pizza by the end the whole thing is the whole house is in chaos in the very end is the credits are rolling roseanne says dan did you set the alarm and they go into this fantasy of i'm not going to work tomorrow i'm not setting the alarm and she says i'm gonna sleep late and take a nap and then of read the paper and then after they go through this fantasy she goes so dan did you set the alarm it was like sisyphus they just gotten through this horrible day only to set the alarm to have to do it all over again i don't think that kind of sensitivity to the way an awful lot of people have to live their lives day to day had ever been captured on television before during the first episode of the roseanne reboot roseanne and her husband dan played by john goodman tackle every day issues faking facing working class americans is bob suggests such as increased drug prices bunny story aren't sure so cover what it you show so i gotta have to drugs for twice the price well trade he's prayed you five status inflammatories sweet by throwing in a couple of blood pressures that was a terrific seen joanna weiss because it reminded us not only of where these people are socioeconomically but that the fact that they've grandparents now in fact twenty years have passed they're sitting there with their pill organizers trading each other key medicines that a lot of americans take now twenty years have passed for the characters but they are absolutely the people who they were and it's fascinating to see how their their kids have grown and what has happened to their kids one of them darlene has is back at home single mom now with two kids and sort of going through all the parenting issues and some modern parenting issues including a gender fluid son who the family has to contend with becky the older daughter is a widow she's single she's considering becoming a surrogate mother and the reason is because she could get fifty thousand dollars to do it and that amount of money would afford her the ability to pay off.

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"roseanne" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Great to have you with sesame thank you so much hey ray on abc's the view on wednesday joy behar asked roseanne why her character voted for trump i wanted to show accurate depiction of our country in our people are really i know some families you know that are divided over the election still and they still like in our fighting and stuff so we wanted the show that and how our family deals with it and and we all have the hope that people will start talking to each other again because that's what we need thompson rewrites or reboots of other shows might not attract as much attention as this one did i think we should begin for roseanne fans and non roseanne fans alike out there in radio land with a quick run through what made this show important the first time around yeah well it it wasn't by any means the first tv show about a working class family that goes back to the beginning of television radio for that matter the life of reilly in the forties and fifties the honeymooners the flintstones were working class family laverne and shirley sanford and son good times even married with children beat roseanne by by season but when roseanne came out in hundred eighty eight and it ran for nine seasons it really did capture some of the texture of working class life they did an episode i'll never forget in the very first season where she's working.

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"roseanne" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Can't only focus on politics or you lose sight of what the politics is four which is the culture so some conservatives especially social conservatives might worry like in ben's piece that the redefinition of trump's supporters as these blue collar lefties who are pro gay marriage and pro abortion and pro feminist and pro transgenderism you know that that that is what makes them good and that the difference between trump and hillary voters is economic in nature and not cultural as ben says there is a fear there but that isn't just leftism there is this this other subtle kind of traditionalist cultural conservatism now roseanne has been protrump for longtime she's talked about i don't think it's some nefarious plot on certainly not on her part the reason that roseanne was such a big hit in the nineties and today is that it act accurately observes the culture it's much more descriptive than prescriptive so there's this fear of we thought oh roseanne is trying to radically change the culture and push this left dismal i don't think roseanne does that i don't think she did it then i don't think she doesn't think she's observing something and this is a very upsetting to leftists because the protagonist of this show is protrump she really likes donald trump that bob drives them crazy she's always making fun of jackie his wearing the pussy hats and the pink shirt and all i'm with her or whatever that's frustrating to them it's also frustrating to social conservatives because people don't wear tweed and smoke pipes and go to church every sunday and read wonderful old poetry and talk about aristotle that doesn't really happen there's there's something else that goes on and if we can have people who are defending the cultural tradition in any way that that's fine by me roseanne in many ways as the anti donna reaches the anti father knows best leave it to beaver type you think of like you know the the mother taking muffins out of the oven and no honey hello and that isn't rosanna alvarez in many ways the opposite except in one regard all of those shows are.

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"roseanne" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Fans i run or now at the top or outside of the ad friendly demographic right i'm watching it at like three years old at the time i was always very forward thinking on the culture and watching tv but they're really at the top range of that ad friendly demographic now roseanne's staggering performance in that demographic came from new viewers who were children or not even born during roseanne's i run these are new viewers people turning in for the first time the mainstream media are absolutely shocked hollywood reporter reports roseanne revival skyrockets with stunning premier roseanne up ends the tv industry proving middle america can help broadcast triumph gee whiz you think do you think really that little sliver of america between the two oceans that might be able to help a broadcast premiere the the willful ignorance is so shocking that the vast majority of this country might be able to move the needle one way or the other that's because for so long hollywood only preaches to coastal elites it only preaches a world view shared by by relatively few people when you look at the geography of the united states so when something breaks out of that it's always shocking so shocking washington post of reports the roseanne premier was the highest rated sitcom episode in years of any sitcom deadline which is the hollywood industry outlet deadline is actually pretty good deadline got it right the headline read roseanne revivals huge debut stunts hollywood prompts soulsearching prompt soulsearching why does it need to prompt soulsearching because.

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"roseanne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Means that you should be trained in being a man you shouldn't train to be a girl you shouldn't train to be like your mom when it comes to dressing it's one of the reasons that the bible is very strict about cross dressing actually but the notion here is that traditional conservatives don't really exist that really they're all fine with their seven year olds dressing up in dresses and if they're really tolerant they would be what makes roseanne and john goodman good people is that they're allowing the seven year old to run around in address and if they didn't allow the seven year olds run around and address then that would mean that they were meeting right by the end of the episode john goodman has fully accepted this and this is not actually the only socially left point that's made in roseanne roseanne also makes another social left point so back in the day when they originally premiered roseanne roseanne was very pro abortion character in fact she even considered a boarding her child one of her kids in the later episodes of roseanne and one of the things that happens in this series is that roseanne roseanne other daughter not darlene comes back she comes home and she has decided that she wants to be a surrogate as she wants to carry somebody else's child fine but now roseanne finds out that her daughter actually wants us her own eggs to be a surrogate so this would actually be roseanne's grandchild right and roseanne says well wait a second that's my grandkid and then the her daughter makes an argument the argument my body my choice and it was an says you know what you're right your body your choice that really isn't an argument about surrogacy that's an argument about abortion they just don't want to make an abortion argument because it turns out that abortion is not nearly as popular political stance in two thousand eighteen as it wasn't nineteen ninetyseven so all of this is designed again to shovel a bunch of social left messaging into a supposedly conservative friendly show so many ways it's actually more disturbing from a conservative point of view than openly left shows.

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"roseanne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Means that you should be trained in being a man you shouldn't train to be a girl you shouldn't train to be like your mom when it comes to dressing it's one of the reasons that the bible is very strict about cross dressing actually but the notion here is that traditional conservatives don't really exist that really they're all fine with their seven year olds dressing up in dresses and if they're really tolerant they would be what makes roseanne and john goodman good people is that they're allowing the seven year old to run around in address and if they didn't allow the seven year olds run around and address then that would mean that they were meeting right by the end of the episode john goodman has fully accepted this and this is not actually the only socially left point that's made in roseanne roseanne also makes another social left point so back in the day when they originally premiered roseanne roseanne was very pro abortion character in fact she even considered a boarding her child one of her kids in the later episodes of roseanne and one of the things that happens in this series is that roseanne roseanne other daughter not darlene comes back she comes home and she has decided that she wants to be a surrogate as she wants to carry somebody else's child fine but now roseanne finds out that her daughter actually wants us her own eggs to be a surrogate so this would actually be roseanne's grandchild right and roseanne says well wait a second that's my grandkid and then the her daughter makes an argument the argument my body my choice and it was an says you know what you're right your body your choice that really isn't an argument about surrogacy that's an argument about abortion they just don't want to make an abortion argument because it turns out that abortion is not nearly as popular political stance in two thousand eighteen as it wasn't nineteen ninetyseven so all of this is designed again to shovel a bunch of social left messaging into a supposedly conservative friendly show so many ways it's actually more disturbing from a conservative point of view than openly left shows.

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"roseanne" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"roseanne" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"To go to make believe land which was true up until nineteen thousand nine when roseanne came out and it was just more of like a modern hardworking struggling problems mouthy kids thirty house try to get food on the table family and america just took too because all my goodness this is wonderful you know not only is it not just supermodels supermodel mom and supermodel dad you know it's it's to regular looking mom and dad yet as just everything about it kind of win against the grain of television and it made it to the top i don't know how it's going to work today i think it's a little bit of a weird idea to bring a show back however i would tell you that brings some great memories back for me if they could redo that i would love if they could bring cheers back you remember cheers or you too young for that i i've i've watched a couple of that would be a real thrill they could bring seinfeld back i'm fast forwarding a decade past i've watched seinfeld yeah what could that be fun they did just bring curb your enthusiasm back but i don't know if it quite applies to this model because it was only off tv for a number of years not a number of decades the other thing with roseanne and i have to say this if i'm being fair and i am a guy that really liked the show but john goodman i mean is this close to useless on camera as they come john goodman has never anyways so likable he was so wonderful on a roseanne and he has stunk up the room and everything else and it appeared to me was a guy that doesn't know him it just appeared that he wasn't really acting in roseanne he was kinda just playing this big jolly funny good spirited guy i don't know what his real life was like but it appeared that he wasn't acting in roseanne everything else he has done where he is required to act he is a consummate over actor and he sucks he sucks at it i mean i'll i'll bring up a fantastic movie like the hangover the worst spot of any hangover of any of.

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