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A highlight from Chatters That Matter Dr Cheryl BryantBruce Presents N-MEN THE UNTOLD STORY with James Sweigert, Paul Rodriguez and Jean Levingston
"All right. Well, we are here to, and it was a pleasure to learn so much about the, about skateboarding, the thing I love so much and learn the history. So thank you for that. Well, just behind me, here's the movie poster, and this is a shepherd ferry and his team created this poster. And it's from one of the old photographs that Bill Golding had taken. And it's a dope ass poster. We'll find a way to get one to you, Paul, if you're in town here, I'll try to chase you down. Absolutely. I appreciate that. That'd be awesome. Yeah. Anything, anytime I can learn is, is someone I'm happy about. So, Well, we're going to do another LA premiere and I'll make sure that everybody on here is invited and connect everybody. And we'll get you guys, get you guys the VIP. Absolutely. Looking forward to it. Cause I can definitely, this is a film that I could watch over and over and over again. And I have seen it. I've seen it twice now. And, uh, each time, you know, saw something different and each time was just as emotionally connected to it. So, you know, if you get a chance to go out and see the premiere do go and see it, it is a worthwhile thing to, to do, and it will really give you an education, uh, on that thing. That is the passion known as skateboarding and you'll, you'll walk away with an entirely different impression of what it is. Awesome. So, you know, James Paul, Jean, I would like to thank you for your, for your time and for, for sharing your sport with us, Ricky Aaron, thank you for helping to pull this together and, and, and bringing Paul and, and Jean to share in with this. And, uh, James, thank you for letting me be a part of your experience. Uh, and I'm, I'm happy to bring this to a bigger audience and, uh, I'm happy that you're bringing it to the world for those of you out there watching and listening. Thank you for joining us again. You are listening to shatters that matters. Let's talk about it. And I am your show host, Dr. Cheryl Bryant Bruce. We look forward to having you join us every week. We're here and we want you to join. We want you to, to watch, like share and comment. So again, and there they go. Um, those are, those are my little doggies. They're Rosie and Mitzi, and, uh, they waited till the end of the show. So we appreciate them too. So again, come back and join us. We're here every week, 7 PM, Monday and Wednesday, that's 7 PM Pacific standard time. And, uh, we are pretty much anywhere that you can look we're on YouTube, we're on Apple, we're on Roku or on Spotify and a whole host of other places, but definitely you can see us every week on, on YouTube. Uh, and it lives there in perpetuity. So you guys will be able to, to watch this and, and see yourselves and share it with your friends. Thanks for joining us. Shatters that matters. Let's talk about it. What's going on. This is Paul Rodriguez, also known as P rod professional skateboarder, and you are watching chatters that matters much love. Hey, uh, this is Jean Livingston from Rialto and you're watching shatters that matters. Oh, yeah.
Shawan Farash: The Story of Becoming a Trump Impersonator
"Dude, you were just so good at this. How did you start doing When this? did you realize that you had the talent to be the absolute most spot on Trump impersonator on the planet? So I was at a work event. And my goodness, I mean, the amount of people times have asked me that question. It's so fun. It's a fun story. So I was at a work event. We were bowling and somebody throws the strike. And so I said, look at that's a beautiful throw. And the pin went everywhere. And it was like, said, I wow, it was a beautiful, it was always destruction. It was like Rosie and it all you could even believe it. That and they're saying, wow, that sounded like Trump. So I started, you know, and I was in sales, I was selling TV packages. So I started working that into my pitch, believe it or not, because that was right around the 2016 election. And I'd be interviewing, this is back on Long Island. So it was kind of going red at that time. And so, you people know, would be asking, well, if I switch my package, am I still going to get Fox News? And I would, I'm telling you right now, I would look them straight in the eye. And I would say, do I look like or sound like the type of person to take that away? And they started cracking up, cracking up. So, you know, it was good. And I would use it in my pitch. And then I started just messing around on the Internet. And and then we do this thing on Long Island. And, you know, we started running the biggest Trump rallies with the cars and flags and tens of thousands of vehicles and, you know, started to kind of make a little bit of a platform. And one thing leads to another. And I wind up doing these short videos and they start going viral, you know, and the best part about it is like it was just nonpolitical at the beginning. I was kind of just, you know, making little bits. What if Donald Trump was your voice navigation and your GPS? And I literally recorded that one in my friend's truck before we went to get half off appetizers and Applebee's. Right. And And then I started to say, well, this could be really effective in terms of messaging. And so we started to kind of parody the things that were happening, you know,
'War Games: Part Deux' by Producer Jim & Impersonator Shawan Farash
"You on Twitter and amazingly you reached out right back and we're able to that morning sit down at a computer, do exactly what I needed. And, uh, it was, it was absolute magic magic. I'm going to play it right now, actually. So this is, this is the first time that Sean Sean and I actually participated in one of my dark web, and, you know, shenanigans coming to theaters in 2023, the sequel 40 years in the making Donald Trump stars in war games, part deux. Hello, professor Falcon. How are you? Excellent. Can you explain the removal of your user account? Yes. The election was stolen. Mail -in ballots too much to go into right here. Shall we play a game? Yes. Let's play thermo nuclear war. Let's see. Let's think about that. Let's start with Adam shifty shift. You may call him pencil neck. I call him pencil deck. Then let's do crooked Hillary Clinton. Okay. And last but not least. Definitely. Rosie O 'Donnell. She's a big target. Very hard to miss. Let's it. do Okay. An ultra ultra super mega production war games part deux rated for
"rosie" Discussed on Rambling with Rosie
"I'm sorry that this feels so deep but It's a it's a hard thing change is really really hard to deal with and I think it's not spoken spoken about that much I think it's a topic because everyone's going through it. It's like normal and Sometimes it's easier to deal with than others So it's so easy to like brush it off and no one ever knows how someone else is Experiencing a situation even if you're in the exact same one so Give yourself time to work through it to work through change to feel all the emotions the good and the bad But just lean into Lean into what that change is bringing and and take it head -on because that will make it worth it at least That sounds I'm so sorry this one was so rambly. I did have an outline, and I haven't really looked at it once so It was very rambly, but I I feel like that's better because change is not something. That's linear and not something that's Straightforward so I guess the nature of this episode matches that But I hope it's helped And I hope you feel a little bit better about the fact that things around you are changing and just remember that it's normal and That change is good Even if it hurts sometimes Yeah, I'm gonna leave you with that before I keep going But I hope you enjoyed the episode if you did don't forget to interact or I'm gonna leave a question for something On spot on the Spotify platform if you listen on there you can do questions and stuff now which is fun So I'll leave a question there for you make sure you go down and answer that actually what question should I leave? Maybe what is a change? What is one of the hardest? Changes that you've ever gone through We're going deep. I want to know give me your deep answers Okay, I'm gonna leave you with that I hope you have a wonderful rest of your day, and I will speak to you next time. Bye
"rosie" Discussed on Rambling with Rosie
"To do You know, no problems to fix we all have a challenge But I just think it's important to hold on to every part of it Don't try and add a negative tinge to your memories if they're incredible memories and you can't think of anything wrong with them that's incredible and I'm so happy that you have memories like that and Chapters and parts of life that you went through where there was nothing wrong with it But trust me a lot of the time we'll look back and feel like oh, well, that was so great Like I can't think of anything that's gonna ever top that I Don't know. I think if as long as you're grounded in that moment You're gonna remember things about that situation and it would just be a whole a whole whole Memory rather than a rose -tinted kind of half half version of it that suits you to remember I also like that when you do have hard days in your current life in your current chapter It allows you to sort of look back and think well I struggled then and I got through it then like I think back to when so I Finished my a levels as lockdown hit so I never sat my a levels. We just sort of got sent home from school one day And then that was locked down and I'd finished school and I hadn't applied to Union all my apprenticeships have been cancelled I was in the middle of nowhere and I had Nothing. I had like nowhere to go I had no idea what was gonna happen when lockdown finished when lockdown was gonna finish no idea. So I was scared Anyway, we came out of lockdown and I worked in a restaurant. So I was working as a waitress and I was trying to Post on Rambo's photos and I was trying to keep up my photography account that I'd started over lockdown when I had loads of time and I Was having the worst time I was doing sort of 14 hour shifts some days like open till close just earning money because that's Like all I had to do with my time And trying to run Rambo's photos
"rosie" Discussed on Rambling with Rosie
"Didn't even consider or know that that was gonna happen you might have wanted it to but you never knew that it was gonna happen and Now you're at a point in your life Or you always will be at a point in your life where you're not even considering things that are gonna happen to you in the future And I think that that is so cool to think about like there are so many things you're gonna witness learn experience meet like situations you're gonna be in that you can't even comprehend or consider at this point in your life and Unless you give up some of the things that you have now whether you want to or not They're not gonna happen and they're gonna be amazing I'm not saying every chapter of your life will be better than the last one because we all know that Life is up and down and it would be so boring if it was the same if you knew that every single year was going To be better than the next you just wouldn't live in the moment. You'd constantly be thinking about the future I think it's so magical that we have moments in life where we genuinely feel like How could it really get any better than this like what could top this and I know I've had a few of those moments Which tells me that there are things that will top those moments because they'll come later on and then you'll think that again but I just think it's It's so cool that we can experience things where we're like How how can it get better than this you might you might have just had the best year of your life You might be in the favorite job you've ever been in you might Be living with people that you don't think you'll love anything else more than living with them like you might I don't know you could be in a situation where you're thinking I don't want anything to change because this is amazing and Things will change sometimes you're forced to change and sometimes situations just aren't permanent and Oftentimes there's not much we can do about it except accept accept it so I Just I think we should latch on and and think of it as a privilege of the fact that we've been in Situations where we just can't see anything that will top it how cool that we've experienced Such euphoria and such happiness that we don't think anything can top it and if we went through life knowing What would top it and like being in complete in control of what would top it? How boring would that be? Like the fear of the unknown should actually be an excitement of the unknown because there is so much unknown that is going to bring you so much happiness and you don't even know it I think we just need to lean into it and and trust ourselves and trust that if we're Leaning into things that bring us joy and putting an effort into making our selves 1 % happier every single time then Eventually, we're gonna end up in those situations more and more. I know however that it's so easy to Just sit here and say this like well It's sunny outside and I'm in a good mood if you're upset about something changing and you're upset about something Out of your control going wrong or not going right? It can be really really hard to switch your mindset to like oh well At least I got to experience it and I understand that it's not easy I think in this kind of situation it takes it down to it comes down to sorry What kind of person you are if you're someone that likes to plan? Maybe write down a few things that you would like to accomplish or achieve within the next chapter that you think is coming if it's completely unknown then Write about how you feel at least be in control of how you're feeling or like understand what's going through your head If you're someone that likes to take it as it comes and
"rosie" Discussed on Rambling with Rosie
"Year school years you're going into a new year You might have prom you might have just finished school like anything This is like a big part of the year where there's a lot of change going on for people so I feel like it's a very Relevant topic and I'm excited to talk about it. I kind of just want to give my advice and like thoughts on Starting new chapters in your life when you have to or like when you're forced to start a new chapter Yeah, I hope it I hope it resonates with you I feel like we're constantly going through change anyway, and it's been a while since I've had the sort of end of school or that kind of Like movement or that sort of change in my life, so I mean I remember it But I mean mine was extreme I went from being in school to finishing and then being in lockdown that was an extreme change But yeah, I feel like we're constantly changing. There's constantly things going on you might have got a new job You might have got a new dog you might You know like there's so many things going on in life There's constant change happening, and I just kind of feel like it's a really Poignant topic to talk about Like the hardest part and and the good parts. I want to cover it all so let's get into it first of all I think the hardest part of Change is the lack of like knowing so like almost the lack of control and on Top of that the sadness of what feels like leaving something else behind So especially if you've come from something that you've deemed good or that you've enjoyed You know like a really good year at uni or You're moving house from a house that you really dearly love like anything if there's something that's changing You're leaving something behind. You're you're moving on to something that's different to what you're used to and that brings with it Sometimes anxiety, but sometimes just even like a kind of uncomfortable feeling about the unknown and a lack of control And if you're anything like me You'd want
"rosie" Discussed on Rambling with Rosie
"Hello and welcome back to rambling with Rosie. I'm Rosie, and I'm so happy that you're here spending some of your day with me I hope you're having a wonderful day wherever you are whatever you're doing. I am I'm at home it the Sun is shining I've got my cinema bagel with me. I have a little bit of an obsession with cinema bagels at the moment I used to love them when I was younger and I literally hadn't had one for like years and then saw them in the shop and thought I Seriously need one of them, and I'm having them with okay, please don't judge me on this But I'm not the biggest fan of butter unless it's like in stuff, so I've been having them with coconut oil and salt Please don't knock it till you try it. I promise you it's delicious it like seeps into the bagel the same way as butter Except it like seeps in more and makes it like Softer and then the salt is just because coconut oil doesn't have salt and butter does so it sort of is like the balance of That yeah, and yeah, I know it's strange. Okay, but it's amazing you need to try it I'm gonna stop talking about cinema bagels now and just enjoy mine while I record this But yeah, I'm really excited to be talking to you today Before we jump into today's episode I just want to ask you to interact with the podcast in any way you can on any platform because it means the absolute world To me and every button click you do yeah changes everything. I love it. Thank you so much Also, I want to do something else. That's very very different to what I have ever done before on this podcast so I was talking the other week about Being like really aware of how People perceive me or like being very very aware that there are other people present whenever I'm doing stuff Which can be a blessing and also not good.
Stop Worrying About Judgment From Others and Embrace Yourself!
"Talking the other week about Being like really aware of how People perceive me or like being very very aware that there are other people present whenever I'm doing stuff Which can be a blessing and also not good. was just I was going into that and talking about like my experience with it, but then also giving my advice and I think I said something like if people do See what you're doing and are watching you and are aware of what you're doing Or as aware as you feel like they are like so what? They're not judging you. I know that if I'm watching someone else, it's more out of curiosity and that kind of thing So I was diving into that and I got a message from Michal. I think her name is M -i -c -h -a -l. I'm so sorry. I don't know how to pronounce that. I'm gonna guess it's Michal. But yeah, thank you so much for reaching out I just want to she sent me a voice note and you guys seem to send me voice notes a lot and I Absolutely love it. I think it's because of like the nature of the podcast. Obviously, I'm chatting to you So it feels like that's the normal way to communicate and I absolutely love it. Please do that more. It's amazing. But Michal sent a voice note about like her opinion or like her perspective on When you feel like people are very aware of you or judging you and I just kind of want to play it to you because I feel Like it's really cool. Like what you said is like, okay So they're maybe not judging me and maybe they're like me and maybe they they you know, they're just like oh This is an interesting person. I would like to know this person but I'm thinking what if they are judging me and I'm thinking myself. So what you know, it's not even a person if that person's judging me for I don't know getting Juice on my skirt or whatever Then that's not even a kind of person that I should you know care about their opinion. You understand what I mean? Like Judging or not judging doesn't really matter either way It's not relevant for me and for the person that I want to be the person that I think I am Obviously, this is something I need to work on but I thought it would it was just an interesting thought that I would I Love that so much. I think that's so cool And I think it's so true Like if if someone is the type of person that's gonna judge you for I mean my example was when I dropped beetroot juice All over my skirt in the middle of Paris if someone's gonna judge you for that then that's on them That's not on you and it's not someone you should worry about the opinion of anyway, I don't know I just love that and I thought it was really cool. So I wanted to share it with you But yeah, please keep sending your voice notes I absolutely love it when you send voice notes and when I can I'll send voice notes back
Movie Trailer for the Film 'Vegan Hamburger Hill'
"Jim found this movie Vegan hamburger hill So weird like it's like a you know they're trying to get like a whole hoo Ross breed a court thing going for their vegetarians but looks like a good movie Let's listen to the trailer Coming this spring from watopia studios The war epic of the 21st century The vast majority of food that is contributed to our emission crisis lies in meat and dairy products Eric Adams in vegan hamburger hill War on meat What's the plan lieutenant See those cows over there Take them out for Then make your way over to chicken coop music grenade to take that out We'll follow that up with an artillery barrage on the tilapia pond But sir the tilapia Really It's okay Fish don't have feelings Vegan hamburger hill War on meat starring Eric Adams Klaus Schwab and Rosie O'Donnell as big Harry Clint I have never met George Soros but he seems like a lovely man One day I'd like to share a souvlaki with him Ready to GF four gluten free Man that movie looks amazing
At the End of the Day, We're All Americans!
"Many of us who have come to this country, whether you are born here, whether you were a part of the slave trade, whatever the case may be how you got here, it's irrelevant at this point. The fact is you are here, and we should be working together to build this country to be a better place. It's okay to have culture. It's okay to have heritage. In America. But at the end of the day, we are all Americans. At the end of the day, it's okay to have a Mexican heritage. You know, the Tia and Memphis whip them tortillas up, like nobody's business. It's no reason to disregard that. And say, well, I'm an American so I can't, you know, adhere to my lineage, my heritage, my family, my traditions, you should be able to do all of that. And I'm not just picking on Hispanic people because all of his paintings I know they cook that makes you feel like it's going to last out. I remember rosa Rosie, she used to crush them peppers in that little, it was like a concrete, it's called mortar and pestle. It was young. Yeah, so she's still crushed that thing up in there. She used to have the best tacos I had in my life. Wow, because she had her lineage, that's what they do. So it ain't nothing wrong with expressing differences in different things like that. But at the end of the day, you an American. You're not from Mexico.
Guest Host Danielle Interviews Filmmaker and Journalist Mike Cernovich
"Delighted to welcome our guest today, Mike cernovich. He's a filmmaker, journalist, commentator on a wide range of topics. He produced the documentary called hoax. Everything they told you is a lie. Mike's one of my favorite Twitter followers to make sure to find him on Twitter or you can also subscribe to his substack. Mike, thanks for joining us. Always a pleasure. Thank you. Yeah, so Mike, I wanted to get your reaction to some of the recent kind of rumblings going on with Trump's arrest and also just how do you feel like a lot of the presidential hopefuls and other people responded to the news. Yeah, the Trump arrest was mishandled by everyone, especially I think desantis, which was unfortunate because I expected him to have better political instincts. The big mistake people are making right now is they're seeing it as Trump's arrest. Whereas most of the country doesn't see it as Trump's arrest. They see it as a way to attack all of Trump supporters. As a way to apply it on equal system of law. For example, I bring up your dad's case a lot. A lot of people don't even know about your dad's kids because he handled it with such grace and moved on with his life, but it still actually probably makes me angrier than it makes him, which is wait a minute. After dinesh for helping a friend's campaign and then Rosie O'Donnell says that she deliberately set illegal campaign contributions and brags about it and then nobody goes after Rosie O'Donnell. So is dinesh, did he commit a crime for giving a friend $10,000? Because nobody understood this stuff at the time. Nobody knew you couldn't do. It's silly. Nobody had any idea even. And then to have the full resources of the law brought on him and then of course the FBI file says he was an anti Obama filmmaker and you think, oh, okay, well that was obvious what would happen there. And then meanwhile, you have Rosie O'Donnell saying, oh yeah, I deliberately send too much money. Hoping that they don't send it back. Okay, so she's an admitted admitted campaign contribution fraud. Admit it. And of course, nothing happens to her.
"rosie" Discussed on Love Island: The Morning After
"Today, we have the final the morning after awards of the series. We call them the masters, baby. Are you ready to hand out some prestigious awards today? Of course. Casey and Rosie, you'll be able to write some extra extra insight for us, okay? So, first up, we have the award for biggest romantic. Who do we want to award this to? Oh, I think Tom. Tom. Biggest. Biggest romantic in the villa. Top. He wrote her a poem. It was terrible. He's still right here about it. Is that okay, so Rosie, you are so sweet. You make me dozy. That's wrong. Yeah, but you should have rammed the sweet. Yeah. Okay, I'm a terrible person. It needs to be a four liner. Yeah. Rosie, it's very good. I can't thank you, wait. Let me see. Rosie, thanks for playing Keenan. Can't wait to meet up with the parents and see them. Oh. That was good. That was good. I like that. That was good. Great. So what are we going for Tom for bigger romantic? Is that a choice decision Casey? Would you think? I would say Tom, but after watching the first episode last night that we got to watch, I think Kai, he's such a little sweet. Yeah. I was about to say that. Such a romantic. He's a romantic. He's literally just falling for cinnamon. He's just gone all for it. Love it. I'm here for it man. We turned Casey, I love it. Take me long. I do see it. I do see it, but I am still going with Tom. I don't know fair enough. Oh, this one's good. Most extravagant. Who's worthy of this title? Define extraction. I think it's straight we probably will in it, just sort of like, oh, yeah. You know, like loud clothing, very light, loud when they're around, limbs moving. Okay, that's where you literally just defined well. Limbs moving, well. And he's like that 24/7. No, honestly. It's got no when she saw 7. Right, so next up, we also have the award for best grafter of the series. Ron. Yeah, I know who I'm thinking. Sorry, I disagree with that. Don't I? No. Had even looked at your time. That's what you got you annoyed, did it? Rosie, you're going to be like, he won't talk to me. Yeah, biggest graft, I've got to say, Ron, he's a very sweet talker, knows exactly what to say at the right time, so yeah. You know what, I'm going to go well. Yeah, I saw like after the Casa situation, I feel like he really did have to graft her. Graft Jesse. Yeah. And he also got a flavor as well. Bringing the smoke. Wow. I couldn't believe it. I saw in the movie clip. Him grafting Lenovo, I was like, this boy's got games. He is a bit of a grafter actually. Like that. Thank you. Yeah, well done Rosie. One point to you. Cool right next up, we have the award for creating the most heartwarming moment. Who's receiving this? Being part of it, I think, wheels, little speech to Jesse on the terrace. It's got everyone involved. It was a massive villa moment to get everyone involved in the situation and then finished off with a I love you. I think for me, that's got to take most heartwarming. Yeah. I think for me, it was in the talent show at the end. When Tom was singing and we all stood up and it was just, it was such a wholesome cute. Yeah. This is really important actually. Because there was like an actual problem about this in the village. Will was fuming. Best dressed. Yeah, I was number two as well. What's that about? What's wrong with number two? No, like number two. Yeah. Oh, who cares? He was number one. Well, and Jessica. But I actually don't think I personally I like the way we'll dress it. I feel like will's dress sense matches his character a lot. Yeah. I will put on something and then you would see him go about his day and be like, ah, I know why you're wearing something. I just think because it's out there. Yes. The majority of people don't agree. So you think will then you both think well. For best dress. Yeah, Martin. Yes. Martin. How can we forget Marty? I really like Martin style. Great show. I haven't really seen much like out there outfits. And I feel like there's certain things that literally only Martin could put off. Yeah, I feel like everyone in the village dresses for their personality, which is great. Yeah. I agree. Well, great way to finish the pod 'cause there's no way I'm coming and talking about fashion. I know anything about it. I wish some sort of fashion commentators. Rosie and Casey, thank you so much for joining us. You've been absolutely brilliant. We have loved watching you both. Rosie, I know you weren't in there as long as Casey but you provided some iconic moments. Thank you so much. Both of you. We love you. We do. Thank you so much. Thanks for having us. What a great episode. I always love the dream dates. I know, and you know what? We are so very close to the final now. I can't believe it, Sam. Before you leave us today, make sure you subscribe on your favorite podcast platform so you do not miss a single thing from us. It is produced by listen for ITV and we will catch you next time. Bye.
"rosie" Discussed on Innovation Now
"Testing is a key component to the success of a human space program. This is innovation now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future. Mission teams at Boeing's avionics and software integration lab in Houston have finished several days of intense testing with the crew for Boeing's CST 100 starliner. These dress rehearsals are paving the way for starliner's first crewed flight, which will carry astronauts to and from the International Space Station as part of NASA's commercial crew program. Last year, two orbital flights were conducted with a different kind of crew. Rosie the rocketeer, Boeing's first anthropometric test device, claimed the commander's seat. Rosie, named for World War II's Rosie the riveter, is a tribute to the women who have blazed a trail in aerospace and human spaceflight. 15 sensors attached to Rosie provided hundreds of data points about what astronauts will experience during flight aboard starliner. So when astronauts Barry Butch wilmore and suni Williams strap into those seats later this year for their trip to the space station, they will have already practiced mission operations from pre launch to landing. And thanks to Rosie, they should have a safe, comfortable ride. For innovation now, I'm Jennifer pulley. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace, through collaboration with NASA.
Rep. Chip Roy: The Terrible Recruitment Efforts for Our Military
"Congressman the Chinese Communist Party has to be saying to themselves gosh we are so lucky to have such a potentially incompetent enemies in this government over there I mean they're not doing any of this It's almost as if they could have intentionally infected us with this woke virus to create a substandard military I mean think about all the things you know are going on right now at our military Our nuclear triads falling apart we have a shipyard shortage So if we God forbid there was a national emergency and we needed to build more ships we barely have the capability to do it Our fighter aircraft are way behind schedule We can't figure out a way to get pilots anymore I mean these are just we can't recruit our army recruiting guidelines fell short The numbers As you said I mean the list goes on and on If I had a few minutes on the phone I could go through more and just research them These are real problems It's not as if Russia just invaded Ukraine and China is threatening across the straight either I mean this is a serious time requiring serious people And meanwhile the United States Army puts out a recruitment video that's focuses on a little girl raised with two moms who joined the military to find her inner strength and shatter some stereotypes In Pride Month the air force tweeted an image of an air man surrounded by a rainbow flag There was no American flag in the image Now compare that to the posters from World War II with Uncle Sam patriotic I want you Sacrificing Rosie the riveter All the things that this country has done and all the people have done And coming together over our differences figuring out how to make sure that we're integrating and doing the things we ought to do And not ostracizing individuals But having a culture of achievement the rallies around freedom and the American flag and isn't a woke indoctrination social engineering camp which is what it's become And I want to be very clear Republicans are just as guilty because we fund it We don't demand that they stop it and we do it because well chip what else are we going to do I'll tell you what you do Use the power to burst to tell those SOBs to stop screwing up our military so that we can defend this country
President Donald Trump Is Back on Twitter
"But I found this interesting Jim found this Apparently it's not really one of Jim's dark web things but he was kind of fishing around and some shady website like he's always doing He was doing it at the Cabana and there were people I was like dude dude we can't do that here This is only work related stuff I don't even know in the hotel Wi-Fi but apparently Donald Trump gave some statement about coming back to Twitter I hadn't heard It's pretty funny and very trumpy and so Jim if you play that check this out Okay it's good to be back Let's see what we're going to do first to eat at speaker Pelosi You're fired PS tell Paul He doesn't look good in his underwear We saw the body cam it's horrible thing We don't want to get suspended off the bat at Rosie O'Donnell You're still a disgusting animal both inside and out It's true Now let's not waste a good one at said Warren I am more Indian than you Hashtag Pocahontas no wait no wait I got it I get it I'm back I had not heard this statement It did not get picked up Fact check ours Fact checkers we're kidding Bill dean McCarthy stop wedding your diaper Hold it in buddy Hold it in What's is it Jacob Reyes calm down yakub calm down That's a joke That is non fact Donald Trump Even though the voice is made that is our friend Sean farris That is on his Twitter account He is by far the single best Trump voice imitator I've ever heard
Josh Mandel: My Opponents Are Desperate by Attacking My Family
"What do you make of the way that people are dragging you and your family into the dirt What's that like They're desperate I mean my opponents are so desperate Listen my son Gideon is 5 years old My son Judah is 7 years old My daughter Rosie is 9 years old and we're raising them to be proud Americans to be patriots proud Jews and also just to treat everyone like a VIP I teach them you go to a restaurant it doesn't matter whether you're talking to the owner or the restaurant or the busboy You treat them with dignity and respect the same way You go to someone's office whether it's the owner of the company or the janitor You treat them the same way It doesn't matter what color skin they have what religion they are anything You just treat everyone like a VIP and that's what I'm trying to raise my kids I know it's how the vast vast majority of your listeners are raising their kids but we've got people in this race against me who are so desperate and just make up lies We've got people in the radical left and the secular left to attack me every day And listen I'm on phased by it I'm unafraid of it One of the 14 leadership traits and principles they taught us in the Marine Corps mark was bearing Keeping your bearing not getting too high and the good days not getting too low in the bad days just being steady and rock solid It's who I was as a marine It's who I will be as a United States senator It's who I am as a father and it's just how I'm wired
"rosie" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored
"I talked to him more than i talk to. My husband and on some days right now haven't even met him in person but this is the mazing thing about technology. Obviously that i feel so close to some of these people. I never met. Because you know we're all building this agency together Every one of our employees equity in the business so there's really this Mentality of building something bigger than ourselves. So i feel fortunate. We've been able to forge strong bob throughout the agency And had tremendous growth over the past year. And it's a very very fortunate Was a hire people. You know in a in a narrow where a lot of people are without jobs. So i feel very fortunate to in that position. Right now to your rosie. Can you share any tips or ideas for how to build those strong bonds and how to maintain these good communications and you know. Have that shared sense of building something bigger than yourself. I feel so many companies. i mean. We're so deep in it. Now but so. Many companies are still suffering from zoom fatigue and so many workers are getting burnt out..
"rosie" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"We did have a very discussion on that at debate about that. Just a few months goes people can catch on. Bbc sounds but tim dyson you. You've served your. If i may say very well in terms of some of those questions from our listeners. Thank you for coming on about where we are and where this comes in the list of priorities and we will come back to this issue. Thank you for joining us. Tim dyson amherst professor of population studies at the london. School of economics. Let me tell you about an eleven year. Old from burlington in yorkshire bridlington. If i can get my words out easy eckhart is her name. She has cerebral palsy. Which is the name for. A group of lifelong conditions that fat movement and coordination and like a lot of eleven year olds september. She starting secondary school. Eighty is the main character in a new children's book. The amazing idiot echoed written by the comedian rosie jones. Rosie could morning very good much share to hear your voice. Thank you for joining us rosie. I know that you wrote this. You have cerebral palsy. Because you didn't really find anyone in the pages of a children's book when you're growing up now. No tall shula. War slow icu. So quite clay and now a book. Every two days. I looked great. Show for low. Came now brag about god. The able cavalry would nafez. He of dog a tally. La bake house magazine. Jr me think. I would've of ellen in dog the gods glow chev- elsa nets. I i e lie side and a live. Four nee stow burn and shirt and she debate does and your warranty show one hour. I shall pay absolute. I did all sh- dog and and not just the secondary character or someone that somebody feels sorry for. No that's very important to you. I know that she starts school with her best friend. And then on the first day they're separated so it's about eighty trying to work out who she is without her best friend. And that's a big theme. Everyone can relate to you know trying to make new friends but paving and in the world as as you navigated especially as as a young ago. What's been.
Against White Feminism With Rafia Zakaria
"Yesterday we spoke to the writer and campaigner. Julie bendel who in her new book is against type of feminism that she sees as most benefiting men today. I joined by raphael sakaria. Any american feminist. Who in her new book is arguing against type of feminism most benefits white women on behalf of domestic violence victims as a lawyer and a human rights activists years. She sees the issue of race as the biggest obstacle to true solidarity among women and she is calling for a moment of reckoning. Halbrook is called against white feminism rafi. Good morning welcome to the program. Good morning how are you. Thank you for being with us. I'm against white feminism. It is a very striking title at anew. Say you've taken a risk in writing this book. Why did you do it well off to be really blunt. I did it. Because i was quite tired. Like women Saying all the right things pretending to be low end even committed to Quote unquote intersectional. Feminism Where they recognize the importance of considering race and gender But when it comes to their actual lines were actually seating any space four women of color. It's an absolute no can do you. Now so you know for instance if you know if if if if a group of say why an women of color line for to be the top parson organization had in the book i say National organization of women They face tremendous marginalization personal attacks and all sorts of harassment. Honestly so i was just honestly tried to. I was i was done with it. You know i was done with. This pretends that women of color have to engage in to be sort of accepted into a system that's been created by white women and four white women
"rosie" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"Not shock is i find. Is the latest lesbian dating Match it is a fat people lesbian match dot com or her whatever. The ones are now. you can watch like a good forty minutes of this people making entertainment and see like okay. Let that might be a warning year. Oh wait that's it gay more than just a photo. Yeah tic tac. You don't stop check. Hope you never do. We love this guy. You're so prolific on talk. We've got to shame. What's the process. When what inspires you to make tick-tock it depends like if i'm if something big happens like i saw that big fight at the beach and those two people at this lot citing. Yeah and they had a stable that came and he put it together like it was like some sort of boy scout thing with knots and and then he put his chargers i phones and this that and the wife came back and picked up the phone and threw it and it was like a full on fight and when they left when i got home like i have to do that one. I just have to tell the story of what happened. You know so. That's sometimes just life. But i do go on it and i liked to sort of do at people or sing a song with them or you know. Do something if someone does something funny to do something back. I think it's a very creative app. You know his who are really really good at it. And i looked to to them and i'm very inspired at. How creative they they can be on on this. What was formerly a fifteen second app. Now you can have right. You're three minutes but right. Yeah that's always on the cutting edge with social media new social media new media. Do these apps. Just save the name rosie for you. Then you know like are they just keeping that waiting for you. That happened with twitter when the guy from came over to my house and said was going to teach me twitter jack. Dorsey came over to my house to teach me. Wow and how i was like. That's what i was like. Wow you are the one guy. I see on. Tv and he He said we saved the name. Rosie few..
"rosie" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"I saw the pilot. I thought they did an amazing job. There's sort of omar two characters like there's chubby girl talks like me from new york. You know there's like sex pot like madonna. They have little nods to people. It's it's very strange And imagine if they talked about the sexuality as well on league their own like you know when to these reunions of all the women from the league. It's all lesbians. You know right right. The molly i think the grandkids might think it's that's nana's friend. Come on at this point So very wisely the People who put it together thought. Imagine if we could explore that. I thought it was an interesting little. No you know people say was your character gay on league of their own and i say yes definitely and was in love with may didn't know what to do about it but definitely was in love with may and Like to protect her like a big sister. And but you know when she did that scene on the bus. When i did that where i said oh i was not a normal girl and now i realize there's a lot of us were all. Okay penny goes cut. Eighty dot snow. Like the gay thing i go. She goes one. You're saying you're doing it like it's a day. I go well penny. Don't those are the words how i'm saying the words. What do you mean. make it a gate. What do you think it's about if it's not about knowledge does that. She didn't feel like she was a normal girl on she dead because all the girls playing baseball. And that's kind of you know that was it. There was no subtext of any of that with anyone. The only one who got to have the sex life was gena davis's character not to have a relationship. Everyone else was well. It was kinda crazy. That marla hooch who also seemed clearly that they ever link up with the guy at the nightclub. But more so than anybody to me. Kit came off as gay lori. Petty's character totally. I think that's just like essence is sort of that you know right kind of scrappy..
Jim Clyburn Has Some Explaining to Do
"Clyburn probably has some explaining to do. I'm quoting here from the washington post back in march of twenty or april first twenty twenty. Jim clyburn changed. Everything for joe biden's campaign in late february before the coming pandemic had begun to sweep the nation back in the democrat. Primary field was crowded and it looked like former vice president. Joe biden's campaign was hanging by a thread. Congressman james clyburn stood behind a lectern and began talking about fear. I'm fearful for the future of this country. The south carolina lawmaker said three days before south carolina's primary while urging votes for biden. I'm fearful for my daughters and their children and their children and their children's future weeks later clyburn was less anxious reports. The washington post his emotional endorsement of biden as the democrats proper antidote. For the era of president trump had earned clyburn the title kingmaker another notch in a long career that has made him the highest ranking african american legislator on capitol hill. Yeah he's he's got another notch. Alright he's also got some explaining to do anybody who voted for joe biden. This is the result of your catastrophic decision back in november. I hope you're happy. We not to worry about mean tweets. No more feuds with rosie o'donnell so i hope you're happy as we are now a country that has committed the unthinkable we are we. This country has demonstrated its ability to surrender to
Makeup Artist Rosie Kalina Helps Us Step Into the World of Bold Eyeshadow
"For many people myself included. He absolutely a mixture of browns toll creams and black is about as wild as it gets when it comes to i shuttered colors. And it's not that i don't wanna use all these amazing colors but frankly i'm just terrified. It will look like one be caught met. So i'm hoping you can help me. And all my neutral shadow inclined friends at. What's the first thing you need to wrap your head around if you want to into the world of bold and colorful eye makeup. Ooh sir. i think you have to kind of let gar. I think a little bit. Sometimes you just have to kind of dive right into it. Gary and you know it's funny because on my instagram. I guess people would think that. I walk around with gold and pink and green however a lot of the time i will just rock a natural. Look don't tell anybody anyone that knows me real live will that i usually like run some runs through my late because i'm usually running lights tuna event but it's when i drew wear look outside. I actually really liked dirt amonar. Look sorry if i'm gonna wear for instance an orange i laid. I'll just do the one orange over the i. So that's when if you're in a rush or if you're not that confident with blending. I really recommend doing that. Getting like a cream. Shudder or an actual. I shudder and is really packing that onto lead in letting it liberally bulbs i think. That's a really good starting point because it doesn't involve using like five different colors and you don't have the blend perfectly can look a little bit united structural if i will that's code for not perfect yes so i think you can get away with that a little bit. Even using deci as any waterline. You know if you really do feel comfortable and feel cute in you know the brown and tarp colors decrease slack pop like a turquoise y'all waterline i think that brings together really nicely in like you know gives you a little something but are isn't to outside. He comforts are
"rosie" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"I'm humiliated and he you sh- any lowered is handling calmed out. I calmed down in an instant and his wife. Lana she put her hand is red. Is all right rosie. I go you know who i am. And they said yes in the champ knows who you are as. Oh my god is you wanna come sit with us and this is right before they were gonna try to throw me out by the way and and i said no she goes. You don't wanna come sit with the champ. I said unto humiliated said. I wasn't supposed to meet you like this. And he whispered something in my ear. Which i won't repeat it was private and eyeballed like a little girl. And he held me in his army hugged me and he wiped my tears and he says comes with us and years later after he passed arrested so i saw his wife again and she goes you remember me as do i remember you and i said that was the most humiliating night. Every she goes we loved it. as what. Because you were so fierce you you in so fearless in you really did have a sense of self in a sense of dignity like a real champion and i started bawling although vow. Yeah grass of story. I've ever heard of amazing. Amazing wasn't a good look for me but it was great member. I guess right. I guess depending on what side you rod. Obviously a lot he was like we thought it was great. Different perspective perspective. All right well. Here is another quote. Oh god was still playing. I know you tried to distract with a beautiful story but it didn't work where onto it you. We're on okay. I'm so fast that last night and does it finish a. I turned off the light and was in bed before the room was dark. Be ahead my pajamas. On before i could even say it's cozy time or see. I finished counting all the sheep. All right let's listen. Let's listen if you got that right last night. I cut the light off my bedroom hit. The switch was in for the room with dog in better pass. That is right. i turned off. The light was in bed before the room was dark. Normally i don't like speed in the bedroom. But i like that quote all right all right. This is the very last one. So we're almost there. Okay the quote begins. There are no pleasures in a fight. Does it end a. But i like to pretend that there are b but some of my fights have been a pleasure to win or see but it's nice to share a meal with your opponent afterwards through. It has to be that is correct. Yes.
"rosie" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show
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"rosie" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show
"The last thing he told me this is like the most brand new book. It's like this story like asshole. You're not sure it's like female driven love. Yeah anyways i'm into it. I'm very early in basically starts out with just a good marriage with this guy who's got a daughter. The daughter doesn't really like the new step. Mom shocker one day someone drop off no and just as protector. And she's like what the fuck does this mean. And then she realizes he's talking about the daughter and the daughter goes to like whatever ban practice comes back and in her locker was a duffel bag full of six hundred thousand dollars and she's like what the fuck is going on and then like her best friends you know Works at like the newspaper and knew the story was lee keying. And so she's like. It's just like louis going on the f. b. is getting involved. It was like he worked for like tech startup. They were embezzling a bunch of money. Kind of enron style and. Now he's fucking on the lam anyways. Good shit the last check it out bit. All right yeah. I'm embarrassed to say. I have been the truth. Matter is i have been working a lot and not sleeping a lot so i haven't really been that's it. That's all i got for you. I have music but let's can. There is a show that just came out that. I'm very excited to start. It's an apple tv. Plus show those love those i say her. Last name rose mcgowan. No bearn burn burn. Burn burn rose byrne to british or something. So she's got a new show. It's called physical just came out. Here's the little synopsis. Sheila ruben is a quietly tormented housewife in eighty seven behind closed doors. She battles extreme personal demons an ambitious inner voice but things change when she discovers aerobics sparking joy towards empowerment and success so set in the eighties which is love period piece. You know yeah. I haven't heard it yet. It looks like they're four episodes. No there's three episodes out and they're going to release new ones every friday for the rest of the season. Nice to start that. Tonight rose burns awesome. she's awesome. I think she's married or like she's in a relationship. Whatever with a bobby. Kennedy volley fucking awesome. And i remember. I once saw in new york back claiming all's like that but i didn't talk to him but like one of my favorite rose burns thing is like i don't know if you did you ever see him to the greek. Yes well. she's the ex girlfriend of the main character. What's his name. fuck clough. He was with katy perry for so long. Yeah he's a comic fuck russell brand so brand. Yeah you're also ran a pop star. There's this one scene where like they're watching her music video. And it's like. I'm talking about my but hull won't you put him up. Top song heard that. Yeah it's been a while Because they just wanna play on my gosh she. I love her though she was also an x. Men are you kidding shoes genius and bridesmaid's but here it is ring around. My rosie is the name of the fuck and saw about hall talk.
Suns Run by Nuggets Again to Take Commanding 3-0 Series Lead
Walmart to Allow Vaccinated Shoppers, Workers to Go Maskless
The Ellen Show Was All About the Giveaways
"Ellen's departure is years overdue. Look, she had some good stand ups in the early days. She's very good at comedy. She loans how to put a show together. She's brilliant at that. But let's face it. It was really popular because of the extreme giveaways. Nothing came out of her pocket. The sponsors gave away everything. First, it was Oprah. We all know you get a car and you get a car. That was the beginning of all this shit. Then Rosie did it. Then Ellen did it. And now the next person I'm hearing is going to be Tiffany Haddish, the comedian is supposedly on point to replace Ellen, and she's gonna give away free shit from the sponsors too. And then she'll be known as the next giveaway queen of daytime talk TV. But I think the whole fucking structure needs to be turned, burned down and then just restructured.
Hunt, Gather, Parent with Dr. Michaeleen Doucleff
"There's so many through lines that are covered inside hunt gather parent and i wanna start at the beginning. Because that's how your book is written. I typically don't start at the beginning with interviews. Because i find that especially when somebody's been on book tour for a while they get a lot of the same questions so i liked to bring a different angle here. I actually thought i'd be doing a disservice. If i didn't start from the beginning. One of those through lines is the line of calmness communists and collectiveness and equanimity as parents that transfers out into the equi equanimity in our kids. Now one of the reasons that you wrote about this through line is because you had anything but equanimity at the time so take us from the beginning and tell us the story of how you found yourself basically at rock-bottom with your daughter. He has so at the time my daughter was two two and a half. And you know we. She's she's always. She's very smart girl very smart very bold encourages but she'd always been very fiery cried elisa baby and when she became about two two she started have a lot of tantrums. And i really didn't know what to do. They became very explosive. And you know i. I read books. I read blogs the podcast In everything. I did seem to make things worse and it got to the point. Where like i would try to pick her up or hug her and she would just like slot me across the face and in the book i start off by these mornings. I would lay in the bed at five. Am before she woke up number one kind of dreading her waking up which was a horrible feeling to dread to see your daughter but also like strategizing. Like what am i gonna do when she tries to hit me and i was trying so hard to help her and I've really i kinda gave up to be honest with you. I kind of thought this is just gonna be our existence in. We're gonna the rosie. And i are going to be kind of locked in these constant power struggles in like i learned later like anger struggles.
Edmonton-Raised Artist Creates Portrait Series Honouring Health-Care Workers
"Front lines in the fight against prove it. 19 referred to as heroes. Many of us don't actually see the hard, dangerous and often traumatic work of trying to save lives during a pandemic. Tim Okumura wanted to capture the intensity in the emotion of that experience. He's a Canadian painter based in New York. A serious health care heroes features portrait of health care workers on the job. They're mostly nurses, but he paints other people to a few doctors and medical examiner. Tim has seen their work firsthand. He lives right across the street from a hospital in New York. He was even invited into a few hospitals to paint some of the people who work in the covert units. I spoke with Tim earlier this year about his work. And began by asking him to describe one of his paintings, the one that he refers to as nurse Tracy. The idea behind the painting was to really capture a sense of the strength and stoicism of this particular nurse. But obviously she's representative of so many medical workers out there and so many nurses, But she's basically taking on the pose the famous pose that Rosie the Riveter has captured our imaginations with for so many decades now, so she's flexing and rolling up. Her sleeve and basically displaying that she's up to the task, of course, and she's wearing a scarf on her head, and she's she's wearing a blue surgical mask as she's as she's flexing this this muscle how did you choose the woman that you would depict? As as as the nurse? You know, I was invited to and why you Lango in hospital in Brooklyn, And basically, I just kept my mind open to finding the right nurse for the pose. I had several nurses do the pose, and then it was really the final nursed. Her name is Tracy and She's Jamaican heritage, I believe, and I just I had her take the pose. And I knew as soon as she did it that she was the one that was gonna end up in the painting. So you know a lot of times.
"rosie" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"The one. Stu won't deal with his b s. Yeah like i. i didn't realize it till later. But when dawn is trying to talk gene after one of his classes rosie's and she's the one that's he's like. Oh like let's get coffee and chat more and she's like no like that here for. Oh i don't remember where pieced together later but it was such a small call back because it is often dons perspective rosie at the time to identify her but yeah so rosy don breaks Such the mold. That dog thinks he wants. But there's also some parts of it. And i think he's already starting to unravel where he says no drinkers But he drinks. Yeah and he's like okay. Okay a drink sometimes. And i appreciate the The line later in the book when he realizes like he wasn't looking for the questionnaire into find that he could accept. But i was to find someone that would accept him like these like subconsciously. He's like these all the things that might be reason. Someone doesn't wanna be with me. Yeah i d make sure we're aligned minded person also kind of sad. Yeah like don. You're worthy sort of two things. That i get from them his like number one rosie's i've said i said this already but rosie's really the only person who explains when she's joking and she doesn't every time sometimes she just laughs or if she's being sarcastic or she has if she'll say rhetorical question like she's the only one in his life who will do that. Yeah and i think that's a huge part of why he feels the sense of intrigue And like he can actually talk to her even though he finds a lot of her external qualities very stressful in confusing. He still understands her more than other people because she actually takes the time to tell him If there's context that he's missing and again not every single time but more than other people will and like specifically your contracting with gene. Like everything he does with john with. Dawn is just for his own personal amusement. And don has no idea and it pisses me off to no end. I hate him so much. Gina's socks we don't even have time. We don't want to go into and he's.
"rosie" Discussed on DrayZera UNCENSORED Podcast
"Being in that when he said cave my full burma but he didn't have now. Is that somebody mad. That's a theme. As well what rosie. It's been an amazing podcast episode. I hope you enjoyed it and hope you have sweet now. Dan and jackie have anything to say to rosie or any questions. You'd like to wish you good luck with everything you've coming. When you finally get round doing you live performances enjoy embrace it because it takes it takes it. Tixx got some tights confidence to do this live. I'm sure you'll be fine and you drennan rushing. I'm sure well. I'm sure we shop so you'll I'm really excited and make sure you take it easy. And you take your time with russia for the like. Yeah just taking on. Yes definitely. I'm just going to enjoy the journey. I think yeah and get say exactly exactly. I'll literally exactly the same. We'll jack was going to say but yeah rosy rosy feel free to plug anything you want. Applaud all the links between description regardless but yeah. Please tell the listeners. Where they where they can find you like where they can click links and all that excellent. We'll have an inscribed on facebook page in the same name creations by If you give me a phone that would be great. It was a right outlawed profile just in my name rosie lawsuit perennial the poets out. You'll catch online events for the net for the foreseeable of speakeasy next week and i'll be on the facebook page. Thank you very much. Rosie loss of mazing amazing episode. And this has been myself. jackie. Hi dan pettit. And this is zero on sensing to next sign. We show sierra late..
"rosie" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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