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Senate passes aid for veterans harmed by burn pits
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the Senate approves a bill to aid veterans exposed to toxic burn pits They celebrated outside the U.S. capitol Tuesday night The Senate overwhelmingly approved legislation enhancing healthcare and disability benefits for the millions of veterans who were exposed to toxic burn pits Senator John tester of Montana chairs the veterans affairs committee I just want to tell you that there's a lot of times it doesn't feel good in the United States Senate It feels good right now A stalwart of the fight was Rosie Torres whose husband army captain Leroy Torres was one of those exposed to toxic fumes during service in Iraq We did it for all of the fallen that are not here This is for Wesley black This is for heath Robinson This
What Were 'American Gigolo' Thinking Casting Rosie O'Donnell?
"In a series of American gigolo coming on showtime, it follows Julie and K played by John barthol. He's wrongly convicted, but then he's released from prison 15 years. 15 years later, and he has to navigate his complicated relationship with his former lover, Gretchen mole, his troubled mother, and all the people who betrayed him. And while he struggles to reconcile the escort he was in the past, he used to be a male escort, like American gigolo. But look, here we go. You ready before he can before he can be the man he is today, okay? In comes detective Sunday, played by none other than Rosie O'Donnell that Rosie O'Donnell seeks the truth about the murder that sent Julian's imprison all those years ago. And she unearths a much larger conspiracy along the way. Now listen, I know Rosie can act, I see her in things, some things I've liked. She was great, you know, there's no crying in baseball, whatever that name of that movie was. Look, she's funny, right? Get Rosie's personality. She's a lot like people that I grew up with. I get it. But at the age, she is now. And this free and extremely shorter lesbian haircut with the gray hair, I don't think I can take it. There's a scene where she menacingly draws a handgun from her holster. And there's no way in the world I can watch a one time female daytime talk show host and the mother hen yenta of all time from the view have a gunfight with a bad guy. No. Who is this who's in the casting department? It's just not a good beer, not believable at all. What a bad
How Did Such Garbage Law Come Out of the Supreme Court?
"Did such garbage law come out of the supreme? Because no one had a philosophy. That's why I'm saying Nino Scalia. But when they had to have, they had to know the law that this is a bench and not a legislature. Basically what feels good. Maybe you find it hard to tell they did it. It was the culmination of a type of thinking on the Supreme Court that started under Earl Warren and it never stopped, and it was that type of thinking. That the court could do anything. Anything was that it could create out of whole cloth things. And blackman just when you go back and you read roe V wade, you are astonished at how awful it is as jurisprudence. How monumentally bad it was, emanations, penumbras, to find rights in the Fourteenth Amendment. You had to have a kind of arrogance to write that opinion and believe that it was the right thing to do. And really importantly, when Casey came down about 20 years later and reaffirmed roe V wade, it rather ignored roe V wade ignored Rosie. So bad. Viability. Well, in science. Science was catching up with roe V wade because of sonograms and all that sort of stuff. Well, let's see now. Let's see, this trimester thing, let's go with undue burden on the mother.
"rosie" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Terry has today's first interview, I'll let her introduce it. My guest is the Emmy and Oscar nominated actor Rosie Perez. She started her performing career as a dancer when she was 19. She was dancing at a club with her friends when a talent scout from soul train noticed her and invited her to dance on the show. She brought her style of hip hop dancing to soul train at a time before hip hop had entered the mainstream. She went on to be the choreographer for the fly girls, the dancers on the sketch comedy show in living color. She choreographed music videos for Bobby Brown Diana Ross and LL Cool J in 1988 when she was 24, Perez went to a nightclub and ended up getting in an argument with Spike Lee. He told her I've been looking for somebody who can yell at me and exactly that way. And he cast her as his girlfriend and do the right thing. Despite the success of the movie, Rosie Perez couldn't get an agent or a manager to take her seriously as an actress. But you pushed on something she's done her whole life, and was cast in white men can't jump, and Peter wears film fearless, which earned her a best supporting actress nomination. Perez had a rough childhood she had 9 siblings, her mother was intermittently jailed throughout her childhood and was diagnosed later in life as schizophrenic. When Perez was three years old, she was transferred to a Catholic foster home run by nuns, and was considered a ward of the state of New York until age 12. Rosie Perez currently stars in the HBO Max series the flight attendant, which is in its second season, later this month, you can see her in the Apple TV plus series now and then, as a police detective. Rosie Perez welcome to fresh air, it is a pleasure to have you on the show. It seems like things are going so well in your career now like two new series. Do you feel in a great place professionally now? Yes, I do. It's wonderful. It's all about just keep pushing and keep going, as you stated earlier. If you really want something, you just have to keep at it. And you know, there's been highs. There's been lows. There's been mostly highs, thank God. But right now, it's really high. And I'm very, very happy. So, you know, you have two new series. One of them is the flight attendant. And you have another serious starting May 20th in which you play a police detective. When you were first getting started in acting, you got a lot of roles real offers as prostitutes. Does it feel good to be playing the detective and not the prostitute? Yes. And it's very interesting because here's the thing, when you're of color and you get off a role as a prostitute, you have no backstory. You have not of great storyline. You're just a prostitute. You're just somehow, right? And but if you look at when white women get roles of prostitutes, they get nominated. You know, because they have a full arc, a full story..
"rosie" Discussed on Fresh Air
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"rosie" Discussed on Fresh Air
"When did that happen? That happened when I met eve ensler. When I did the vagina monologues, and she takes me, she goes, oh, we're doing this women's writing program. Up at Bedford correctional facility. And I said, why does that sound so familiar? And we're on the train. And I'm starting to have an anxiety attack and a panicked attack. And this is part of my reason why I hate traveling. It's the trips back and forth from the home to Brooklyn, the home to Brooklyn can not stand traveling. And being on that metro line was bringing all that back and I started hyperventilating. And she says, what? And then I said, oh my God. And she said, what? When we got off the train and we were driving up to the correctional system, my mother was here and she said, well, I have to go home and I started screaming in the parking lot. And she always saw me as a cool calm, collective, young chick, you know, and I couldn't, I couldn't stop screaming. To your mother had been imprisoned there. Yeah. And I totally forgot about it. And I had one of those PTSD flash memories. And it was events learn on the red back, held my hand the whole time. I didn't utter a word on the way back. And eve said, I want you to go to the doctor tomorrow. I said, I don't need a doctor. 'cause you need a doctor. You need to speak to somebody. And she goes, or else you're going to fall apart. And I went home and my first husband at the time, I told him I said, she's ridiculous. She's just crazy. She thinks everyone has trauma just because she has trauma. And he's just looking at me and I go, what? He goes, I think you should go. And I just started screaming again. I'm fine. I'm fine. What's everybody's problem? Look at me. I'm fine. Look at my life. It's such denial. And it took me a while. It took me a while, and everything just fell into the deepest depression. And then Seth, who was my ex-husband, he said, I will hold you in, and I'll take you to this doctor, I think you should go. And it was difficult. Many, many years where her name is doctor Susan Graham on 9th street in my hot inch. She changed my life. And after a couple of years with her, she said, to me, I think she goes, you're so smart and you're so quick, but you found grown me. And I think you need a higher degree of therapy. I went what? She was impossible medication. I go, who the F do you think you are? She goes, my point,.
"rosie" Discussed on Fresh Air
"And Ernest Dickerson's yell cut and spike was very angry. And Ernest Dickinson was like, God bless him because he said he goes, stop. This is enough spike. We got it. This isn't right. He was the cinematographer on the film. He was a cinematographer. And I got up and Ruth Carter put a rope around me and she gave me the biggest hug. And spike was so confused. He goes, but you knew what I was doing. You agreed to it and I said, yeah, but it was just too much. It was just too much. It was just too much. I remember saying that to him. And it was upsetting. And the thing is, is that we didn't have a big fight over it. We had a conversation. I give him that credit. And he said, I'm sorry. I didn't realize, and I said, it's okay. And we finished the day. How come you needed family permission? Were you underage? No, I'm Puerto Rican. So you just wanted your family permission. I thought it was the right thing to do. But it gave you your start as an actress. Yes, and I am forever grateful. And spike and I and people always think like, you know, why are you disrespecting Spike Lee? I'm not disrespecting Spike Lee. I'm telling you the truth of what had happened. And things can happen and you don't need to cancel him. He and I worked it out. You know? And he apologized. We hooked it out and we're still friends to this day. And you worked with him on the reboot of do the right thing for TV. Exactly. You know, we stayed friends all these years. I'm very grateful to spike. All right, let's take another break here. If you're just joining us, my guest is Rosie Perez, and you could see her in season two of the flight attendant on HBO Max and later this month you could see her in a new series on Apple TV plus, which is.
"rosie" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Never hindered him. You know, there's lots of people who have accents. You know, but when you, once again, all person of color, and you have an accent, especially if you're Latino, it really works against you. And people, you know, they always say, oh, why is everything about race? Because everything's about race. Yeah, so it's a simple as that, you know? And I'm not I am not afraid of playing certain characters, you know? I'm not afraid of playing the good and bad and ugly of my nationality of my race. I am not. I am opposed to playing the negative stereotypes that are limiting and help to foster that horrible narrative over and over again. That's when I put my foot down. And there's a big, big difference, you know? Let's go back to the very beginning. You spent your formative years from age three to age 12 in a group foster home and in foster care, I know it's a complicated story, but how did you end up in foster care? Well, I wasn't enforced to care initially. And most people don't understand the difference. You are awarded the state, and that means what it literally means. And I was basically governed by the Catholic Church inside a Catholic home for displaced unwanted or often children. And it was in a convent in upstate New York in peace skill. And my mother had given me away when I was a week old. I was a product of an affair. And she gave me a way to my biological father's sister. My aunt Domingo, everybody called him and I called it the I used to call her mommy. I thought she was my mother. And my mother came back out of nowhere when I was three turning four. And just said, I'm taking the baby. And just ripped me out of my aunt's arms and my cousins told me that she felt her knees and went into cardiac arrest. She survived, but she went into cardiac arrest. And my mother took me from my aunt's house in Brooklyn where I was a happy spoiled child. Despite the poverty we were living in, I didn't know we were poor..
"rosie" Discussed on Fresh Air
"This is fresh air. I'm Terry gross. My guest is the Emmy and Oscar nominated actor Rosie Perez. She started her performing career as a dancer. When she was 19, she was dancing at a club with her friends when a talent scout from soul train noticed her and invited her to dance on the show. She brought her style of hip hop dancing to soul train at a time before hip hop had entered the mainstream. She went on to be the choreographer for the fly girls, the dancers on the sketch comedy show in living color. She choreographed music videos for Bobby Brown Diana Ross and LL Cool J in 1988 when she was 24, Perez went to a nightclub and ended up getting in an argument with Spike Lee. He told her I've been looking for somebody who can yell at me and exactly that way. And he cast her as his girlfriend and do the right thing. Despite the success of the movie, Rosie Perez couldn't get an agent or a manager to take her seriously as an actress. But she pushed on something she's done her whole life, and was cast in white men can't jump, and Peter wears film fearless, which earned her a best supporting actress nomination. Perez had a rough childhood she had 9 siblings, her mother was intermittently jailed throughout her childhood and was diagnosed later in life as schizophrenic. When Perez was three years old, she was transferred to a Catholic foster home run by nuns, and was considered a ward of the state of New York until age 12. Rosie Perez currently stars in the HBO Max series the flight attendant, which is in its second season, later this month, you can see her in the Apple TV plus series now and then, as a police detective. Rosie Perez welcome to fresh air, it is a pleasure to have you on the show..
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
Mel Gibson Discusses His New Film "Father Stu"
"Well, those of us who've watched who have watched your career and you're willingness to put it out there. I mean, the passion, the hell that you took when you were trying to bring that to the screen. As you know, there were millions of people cheering for you and what you were doing. And we're cheering for you right now with the father stew film. We're just we're proud of you. Your voice for a lot of people. So let me ask you with regard to this film, how did you get involved in this film? How did this come to you? Yeah, this came through a screenplay. Well, Mark was involved. And Rosie was involved. And I looked at the screenplay that she had written, and I was really charmed by it. I thought it was funny. And it was poignant. And it wasn't too sanitized or saccharin. It wasn't pre show of the choir. It was a story about real people who were pretty, you know, venal in many respects, as we all are. And it showed you a path that this man took a true path, and where he got to and where he ended. And it's kind of a triumphant kind of, you know, pretty inspiring story. And I liked it. I dug
Utah father charged after allegedly instructing his 4-year-old to shoot at police
"A police official in Salt Lake City is calling it a sad day when a child was apparently told to fire a weapon at police officers the incident occurred outside a McDonald's drive thru in Midvale Utah near Salt Lake City during a dispute over a fast food order police say the man had waved a gun at the pick up window demanding is order be corrected and workers called police the father had to be dragged out of the car a witness says he told the four year old boy in the backseat to shoot the gun an officer was able to smack away the weapon and yelled out kid so that the other officers knew not to shoot there was also a three year old inside the car Salt Lake County sheriff Rosie Rivera says it's a sad day for law enforcement and the community when an adult thinks it's okay to encourage a four year old to shoot at police hi Jackie
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!
"Have that geraldine movie. You know only right but we'll say we'll see what happens. I know that i've had a career that most people couldn't even dream of you know. And when i was dreaming it up by i didn't think of the success and the level that i have it. You know i mean it surpassed my dreams and sometimes it's hard to sort of take it all in you know like it's hard also not to feel like wow. I'm almost done. You know you're sixty you know you have twenty more years than you. You're lucky if you get to eighty healthy you now. And i'm hoping i do because i have an eight year old and we're hoping you do too for more selfish reasons. Such fans e yes. We can't thank you enough for preparing. We've like nerd ing out on a rosy content through old clips. Yeah just crying talking to our mom. My mom says hi. I'm saying that's very important that that we let you really like my after school. I was a latchkey kid. I would come home after school and watch your show. I grew up with immigrant. Parents who were just constantly working going to might classes after work and just learned so much from me. Like cultural blind spots really lessen just from watching your show alert about broadway. A lot of pop culture. I would have never been exposed to which i really think like steered me in the direction that i like are the place i found myself now. Like just truly learned so much for you and this is such an honor. I never thought i'd get to talk to you. I'm not gonna cry. I'm proud of you too so young and doing this and make you. You know having the foresight to call it what it is taken out there. You go so young rosie when you're my age hosting get outta here from this point where you look like thank you now..
"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!
"You know just like right so it was good to rewatch those as an adult. I used to watch her talk show after school. This is why she was so important for me from a young age. I was probably a little too young to fully understand what i was watching but i knew it was important. I knew this woman was a lesbian. Before i knew really what lesbian really was or just a queer person. Yeah anybody who listens to this. Podcast knows how obsessed i am with a rosy age how much she has meant to me and before we interviewed her went to revisit the episode where she interviews barbra streisand so for rosie barbra streisand was like the ultimate person. She grew up listening to all her records. New every song every word. The music was always in her house. All of that. And when barbara came to do the rosie o'donnell show it was a big fucking deal for rosie. And i remember watching and i remember crying while watching it at the time and then getting very emotional rewatching watching the clip and seeing that for someone but interviewing rosie to me Your story so it's a little bit different but for for rosie has been such an important source of inspiration and my life and right before she brings barbara onto the stage. She looks at the camera and she gets emotional and she just says boys and girls dreams do come true and then barbara comes out. And that's what. I want to say but updated to say folks to be inclusive folk dreams. Come true and this is our interview with rosie. O'donnell i was thinking about it yesterday. And when you interviewed barbra streisand. You were thirty five. That's right and i know shaking out is no rosie o'donnell show but this is a pretty big personal milestones. Me so that. I could be taking out with rosie. O'donnell is a big freaking deal with so to be a part of it. I'm honored to be here for two hundred episode. I think that's fantastic. You know when. I was your age. There was no such thing as a daikin out. Podcast being Commercially successful. That wasn't happening when i was in the thirties. Yeah that was a bad word back then right. Yeah kind of you know. And i remember people were would ask me if it was a bad word. Like you know rosie. If somebody says. Dyke i go. I think the people who live within the culture that uses that word own it right. So it's it wasn't a bad word necessarily when you're hanging out with your friends you know. Hey great wig gimme. Gimme a beer. You know like you would say to your friends right. Do i look to daikin this. Is this the total dugout. Right this what. I got my haircut. I remember i said to some of my friends. You know i was afraid to get it really short you know and i thought well i don't want it to look to gay and my friend said to me. You think it's your hair that you're so right you know you but when you're my age raised in a culture where you know you've just been conditioned that that's not the way it's supposed to be you know right so you know. I feel bad for people my age now trying to understand. Be explosion of queer America the presence of of trans and and non binary and you know not gendered individuals. It's it's pretty overwhelming to try to figure out at sixty. I can't imagine people writing how they do it. You know. my mom is turning seventy in september. And i spent a lot of time trying to explain it to her the day them. She's like but you're talking about one person. I'm like i am talking about one person..
"rosie" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"Coming up. I didn't have a. i'm interested in you guys vibe. I was completely disinterested people like you. Don't like men. Oh i guess was not interested the guy right and have any interest in entertaining them talking took news smelling mum like i always thought they smelled bad. Donde let's start together. Hi and welcome to dicing out a podcast that after two hundred episodes has finally reached its goal. I'm caroline beija. I'm melody cumali. And instead of the we're taking out those. Yeah yeah that's rosie o'donnell the one the only some might call her ro if you're on speaking terms like we are now if they're on casual video chat terms. Wow wow wow. If you're listening for the first time this episodes can be a little bit different because it's rosie frigging o'donnell so the whole episode is all about row. Yes we're taking out about row with ro yes and if you want any other content you can go to our on. There's actually some really maybe shocking. I don't know content on this week for as little as five dollars a month you can get access to those episodes this episode. Forget everything you know about taking out except for the fact that rosie o'donnell is the ultimate dicon and she is on the episode. Today this has been in the works since the first episode i voiced that it was my goal. One day to have rosie o'donnell on the podcast. And i've thought about it regularly for years since then before i started the podcast i was lucky to meet rosie very briefly at a show. Ucb i've exchanged. Dm's with her. She has agreed to be on. Daikin out it's just been a matter of scheduling and timing and figuring out the right way and then we said. Hey two hundred episode. Wouldn't this be great. And she pulled through and made it happen. Rosie's youtube page has been slowly quietly releasing a lot of interviews and i kind of seeing what they could get away..
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
"rosie" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"The lyrics talk about the imagery and the themes explored in the poin comparing it to robert frost in other poetry and at the end of the day's Jay ask this class. Does mary get in the car. so rosy league. That's your question. Does mary get in the car. At the end of thunder road. I have two answers for this baddest pragmatically technically from looking at the lyrics alone just thunder road. It doesn't look like she does because the door is open and he is pulling out of there to win. It's not worth going but philosophically especially because i believe that racing in the street is the true sequels thunder road not the promise the promises to right. See the car maybe it. Maybe it wasn't bad evening. Maybe he had come back the next day but mary. And the protagonist of thunder road did eventually get together and write off into the sunset and racing. The street very much feels like their their life. Five years down the road look as she talks about. She sits on her daddy sports. Which is networks it. She danced across. So yes angry. And in this in the seventy eight version of racing in the street The line She's a pretty dreams are torn actually a pretty dresses foreign and her graduation down lies in rags if there there's another torn garment porch. There's still always the car. The girl and getaway. That's exactly what my first episode on my youtube channel was about. Was the car. The girl that got away and that both under and racing the street relating with other vyas proven all night. Great great answers. Yes okay does it. In the car philosophically. I believe resist proposal like lawn. You've gotta get there you go absolutely rosy How can people reach you if they want to. Find the on facebook at rand along with rosie Facebook can lighten follow You can also find me. On instagram that fat ramble on with rosie and on youtube with Romblon with rosie lee. And so my panels that their presence on all three of those sites and that rideshare stuff you know. It's not just once a week. You sharing the link high. If i find an interesting interview. I like on the facebook page and encouraging the online. Very nice rosie. This is great Hopefully when he tours again he's in the dallas area or houston We can meet in person and exchange hugs and go enjoy live music Thank you for being part of the show. I appreciate you so much Any thoughts. I actually had one because i went. Re listen to some of your five festival says and there had been discussion about The couple in the river. And i wanted to Give a small side note on that i take. I don't know anybody had expressed before which is about. How have to write this down..
"rosie" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Yeah absolutely. I had leftover album on my uncle. So i always like to purchase rosie with the amount of times you seem. Bruce live is not a fair barometer of how big of a fan you are but Have you been able to see him if so how many times no i have not actually do have. Dvd's of the concerts. I enjoy watching. So i i got the ones that came with born to run darkness in the river. And so i watch those and my my best friend and i have actually created a drinking game. They subtle concerts. Okay tell me you gotta tell me about that okay. So the drinking game consists of Everybody in the crowd gets assigned a band member. That's not bruce. So i have stevie. She is a lightweight so i gave for teresi because danny hardly ever shows up in the concerts. Unless there's an organ solo you never see the man. So i took made it easy on her. Our friend michael clarence and so whenever there are unscreened you have to take a stripper. Shaq low pressure. It's not like it's do whatever you're comfortable with. It's not like we don't want to take you to the hospital. paul poisoning. Please be careful. Drinking game Sometimes just we'll we'll be like take stiffer shot whenever there's like a a a different camera angle looking at bruce's back or something you know we we mix it up. Sometimes when it's a large group you basically are assigned a member of the east eastern hand. All the gated to consume some amount of alcohol when they appear on street. That is awesome. That is a fun game. Yeah i've loved that So just being in West texas and just have not had the opportunity because you know he has not toured since Two thousand sixteen right. Yeah and that was. I didn't get back into bruce Like start hearing badlands and stuff on radio dig into his albums and until and let us say was it. Last year was so long it feels longer ago than last. I want to stay in two thousand nineteen. I went listened to his version of racing streets. I knew the roger taylor version and i honestly at the time was in my life. I was not wanting slow songs. And so i didn't like the person the first time i heard it was like this is so slow feels like a funeral. I was not a fan of i. I since spurned love it. I really love the seventy eight. I promise but At the time it was not speaking to me But then in twenty twenty. I start here. Well i been hearing badlands enough point where you know reexamine like my feelings towards burs see you know how.
"rosie" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"It might have been convenient But my dad's started getting a the jazz about the time that i would be revealing on my so listening to the old rock and roll wasn't like i didn't think of it as rebelling but it was stuff that i was using the listen to not my dad even though it was my dad's record collection or my uncles that 'cause my uncle gave me his record collection stuff like that so like i. I was listening to their records. And dad got to a point where i had played the moody blues so much. Like if you can play it. When i'm not around but you're making me hate one of the bands that i like for my hero. Stop way i played it so much that our question of balance lt cracked it out quite literally. Because i would not stop playing it. And it's about that time. Actually got a introduced bruce beyond more than just born to run and rosalia do. Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of set listing. Bruce your podcast. All about bruce springsteen his music but mostly as fans. I am your host jesse jackson and joining me. Today is a fellow texan rosie lee. Welcome to the show rosie. Well thank you. Thank you for having me. I am so excited. You're here. We didn't have to worry about time zones. We didn't have to worry about you. Know figuring out a distance. It was kind of nice So tell us a little about yourself twenty..
Steve Hilton Torches Biden Over 'Disastrous Misadventure' With Afghanistan
"Amazing to hear the reactions from the media. I mean jake tapper grilling antony blinken the secretary of state. Jim acosta calling this an epic fail. How about steve hilton last night. On fox news channel characterizing joe biden the president of the united states as i think the only way he can be characterized so with the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. Just days away biden throws away. Everything that's been spent these last two decades trillions of dollars wasted thousands of american lives lost even more lives wrecked as the mothers and fathers and wives and husbands and sons and daughters and brothers and sisters and friends and neighbors of all our fallen heroes look on in disbelief and rage as this bumbling idiot in the white house this barely lucid puppet of the establishment week. Incompetent useless apology for our president erases practically overnight. Whatever meager justification there ever was for this disastrous misadventure with the head of the joint chiefs general. Mark milley this morning telling senators on a phone. Call that thanks to what is happening in afghanistan right now. Thanks to what biden has down these last few weeks. We ain't going to be more risk here in america. I'm glad that millions less worried about white rage for a change and worried about the security of the american people. What time to have wide open. Borders are no more mean tweets. Though we don't have to worry about trump feuding with rosie o'donnell. You you solve that america but look at where we are right now. It's catastrophic. Now's the time that the republicans need to be the grownups. Now's the time we pull on our big boy pants and we say we got to be the grownups in the room. This is amateur hour. They don't know what they're doing at team by. This white house is a disaster and frankly it's shocking that it has collapsed the way it has
"rosie" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling
"I don't think i'll ever get my bedroom. Decorated like a rainforest answered rosie. Then why don't you. And i do. It suggested elizabeth. I've got really good at art over the last one hundred years and so the next morning after breakfast rosie went into the garage and found the decorating equipment and various pots of paint. Her dad was already busy outside mending rain. Pipe back in her bedroom. Rosie spread out a sheet upon the floor found some of her books about rainforest to show elizabeth before she wanted and they got to work that evening. His mom was back in time for dinner and so it was both her mom and dad. Who took her up to bed that night. Can you imagine their faces when they saw the beautifully painted rainforests mural on the bedroom walls trees and plants and hanging vines waterfalls and rocks and streams parrots and tokens and hornbills monkeys and jag. Ewe's and snakes said rosie's dad was always like this as roses. Mom weren't the walls white said rosie with a straight face. They've always been like this. You must have imagined them being white. And so rose's parents tucked her into bed kissed her good night and went downstairs. Somewhat confused and rosie and elizabeth fell about giggling from that day on. They became the best of friends. The and.
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
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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.
Gunman shoots two Salt Lake County deputies outside sheriff's office
"News Los Angeles to Salt Lake City, Utah deputies shot today just outside the county Sheriff's Office, Sheriff Rosie Rivera encountered an individual just done. The grassy island north of the parking lot of the sheriff's office buildings, says the man had a gun and shot the deputies once critical, the other in stable condition. The alleged gunman is dead. No word yet how he died,
Atlanta spa shootings that left 8 dead were gender-based and sexually motivated, officials say
"One year old suspect in shootings at three atlanta area. Spas has been charged with eight counts of murder and homicide and one count of aggravated assault. The posts pauline of rosie reports. That six asian women died in the attacks prompting widespread concern that. The killings could be the latest in a surge of hate crimes against asian-americans. The suspect told investigators that he had a quote sexual addiction in that. The spas where a quote temptation for him that he wanted to eliminate police say. It's still too early to be certain that the slayings were not racially motivated. The police arrested the suspect shortly after he rampaged through the three massage parlours killing eight and injuring others at the time of the arrest. He was reportedly on his way to florida to carry out additional shootings. Fatal shootings have turned a spotlight on a disturbing trend of the past year. Crimes against people of asian descent have risen sharply in the us along with online slurs blaming them for the covert pandemic although the authorities say the alleged shooter does not appear to have been motivated by ethnic hatred. researchers say that the broader trend of hateful words and deeds against asians and asian-americans is clear and that behavior appears to have spiked since the november presidential election. Andy contentious months that followed.
Man Shot and Killed While Walking Dog in Austin, Chicago
"As he walked the family dog is speaking out about her husband's killing. Maryland. McAllister was shot. Merlin McAllister was shot on Sunday in the North Austin neighborhood. A neighbor's security camera caught his final moments. His wife heard three gunshots. Rosie McAllister noticed him on on the the ground, ground, ran ran over over to to him him and and saw saw the the bullet bullet wound. wound. I'm I'm still still in in shock shock and and disbelief disbelief because because He's He's never never harmed harmed a a soul. soul. He's He's a a family family man. man. We've We've been been married married 25 25 years years We We have have three three Children. Children. He's He's been been at at the the same same construction construction company company for for over over 25 25 years. McAllister was 51. The couple just celebrated their 25th anniversary. Chicago police want to hear from anyone who saw something? Especially if anyone saw anybody driving in the 1700 block of north major. Around seven o'clock on Sunday morning. Police have arrested four
"rosie" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Thursday edition Rosie on the house I want to cover the take aways from today's broadcast but I like to give everyone on the broadcast team an opportunity to just give a little tip of the hat Gerry D. your mom Michon in Lafayette Louisiana ninety seven going strong awesome ninety seven Lafayette where would you rather be when you're ninety seven right there in the heart of crawfish closure at this season you combine for three dollars a pound Latin man what you want to jump in the truck and head down there right now down our fears on a crawfish company just that that slight chance they might have the crawfish boil this year on their name so your mom's name was what I'm John John Dohmen Jones yes ma'am and I'd like to give a look to put that to my mom baby K. and then you know baby K. my mom would how do you describe I mean she was a mix between Lucille Ball Phyllis Diller Betty Crocker any energizer bunny all wrapped into one and she raised eight great kids in a house that was loaded with fun and laughter the entire time she had a commitment I'm a make everyone of my kids laugh once a day and she did that for years and years and years on it thank you for that is pretty good too yeah not much has changed this Jennifer it is going to give us out to my mom Jeannie she just loved on her three daughters our whole life and that a good job of that and she at eighty two is working harder than she has ever had to work and I'm just so amazed at her stamina and she's just doing a great job hang in there maybe that's with all the families four to come on come on your side to help you along and happy mother's day to you mom school all of us all the way up until high school that quite a chore and keep an even that keep us all in order we got one more who's kind of been silent the background Remy yes yes say happy mother's day to mommy happy mother's day that sounds weird Roseman Claude Romero the fourth we got Dr Rosie Rosie roaming entertainment Grammys carried on the name which is mama miss Amanda I'm very happy mother's day sell and is Mike is still on with his what goldfish all right so there's a little salute to moms all the way across the board what's your take aways for today's progress I think we had a lot of takeaways today outdoor living segment with John Eisenhower firms integrity save a tree it does sound funny that soil prod is a life changer I used to use a long handled screwdriver but them just being able to walk around standing up and pushing that in and have that four foot depth for tree watering it it changed every thing about how I was watering the trees twenty five dollars to twenty five dollar tool gives you invaluable information caller so we'll prod yeah you know I actually was looking up need to get the exact name I should do that but it's a soil probe into get you close enough okay ray go so there's a take away from the eight o'clock hour the nine o'clock hour we had re is.
"rosie" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"There's a new auto attendant message cancer you can bypass that by the team number one and then a put you straight into the studio to call that number you can also send text to four one one nine two three or email import Rosie on the house at dot com if you need to snap a picture to help identify a particular part of a project or particular tool or perfect particular method that you're trying to construct build repair whatever the case may be picture's worth a thousand words so save a little time on there if you can snap that picture import Rosie on the house dot com we can help you dive into exactly what it is you're working on run your home counselor Kaplan and so many people are becoming familiar now with what but yeah video conferencing we're we're literally betting remodeling jobs and never even going to the house we get the address we take a look at it from the sky we know what the zoning is C. with the set backs or find out what they wanna do I actually have in my computer at my office a video someone sent me a tour of their whole house and said now would like to do this over here that over there and here's a picture of the service panel here for all utilities are located and we're basically going to be able to put their whole remodel to together the the estimate the contract of all the subcontractors scheduling the purchasing all with the accounting and I think that's could be a dimension of this show because head of we've been able to do it with the last caller that wanted something in that one area eight feet wide if we could have seen exactly what it was she was trying to accomplish we probably could have had a few more recommendations for so the Rosie on the house which has been a radio call in talk show for thirty plus years could turn into a show and tell show and it would be interesting to see what at what dimensions that could involve that's for sure because the couple times ever since they've started texting and they could send us pictures how much is that help particularly with the landscaping section of the of the show the last few years so I'm excited this is gonna be a lot of fun you're one of the things we do it rose on the houses were always available to you the Arizona homeowner we're available Rosie on the house dot com and that's a website where we've taken all the questions we've ever been asked through our thirty years of broadcasting and we post those questions by category with the appropriate Arizona focused answer it's not a just a generic one size fits all that you're going to get from a national show it's actually specific to Arizona and last week I'm most frequently asked question was how do I get the woodpecker from quit waking me up every morning not whacking his head in his beak on the side of my house this week the most asked question we got was there too much time on their hands rolling they're they're really walking around the house looking for things to do the number one most popular question we got is teach me teach you the proper use of a pressure washer and the question article on our website is can I pressure wash my brick home and it's interesting two weeks ago the most common question was twenty to prime before painting salon exterior work getting done around Arizona right now a lot of people looking to you know just D. N. enhance that curb appeal and I have to say I don't think they're asking tell me the right way I don't think a lot of people realize there is a right way with a pressure washer and that you can do a lot of damage I talked to native angel at Belgard pavers Hey can you use a pressure washer is like oh my gosh and then die breeze are painter like no so the professionals know that damaged a pressure washer can do so we we can talk through how how you can do it another alternatives to power washing and and don breeze is a very experience painter who I trust completely these actually are general production manager Rosie reviled I never knew he hated paying Hey so good at any did it for so long I just found that out like two weeks ago okay now I know he likes being general production manager of all of our remodeling he does a great job at it so don we certainly appreciate your role I just did what people think dawaly breeze are paying he's so sorry I didn't start him now is so much more than that I still think of him as the happy painter best said the node thank but he does do a great job but any any painter will will cringe at the thought of a homeowner picking up in the hands of pressure washer and putting the nozzle on full bore and putting it up three inches from the Hey you know if if eighteen inches is good than three inches of battery I will really get it clean and we I think when you all informed me that that was the number one in Korea the week and I did get a chance to look at that I think we will put a little bit more cautionary advice into that particular article and ended up a little bit because a pressure washer in the hands of an untrained person can really do a lot of damage residentially there isn't any reason you would ever need to preview the homeowner to have a pressure washer that generates over about a thousand PSI and you can go to the rental yards and get it for twenty five hundred thirty five hundred PSI for heaven's sakes when that that will pull the top of your driveway cement right off you'll you'll end up with an exposed aggregate driveway and not what you turn up that kind of pressure on a stucco house in all struggle homes hello I'm a safe this is when this is when I always get the phone calls Monday morning so I can't say all but most every step goal that's gonna get painted needs to start with a power wash you need to take out the dirt is hiding behind all of the texture and you need to eliminate that chalk on outer layer of paint it's been impacted by the old provided light so that's one way you can tell if you've got a good paint bid for your home is the first line the first Senate start with power wash the stucco if it does it they're probably skipping a pretty important step but that's sad you would never want to take a two thousand or three thousand PSI one and moved in closer than about eighteen inches and wash the wall because you're literally when you start seeing stuff go flying off the wall you got it dialed up a little too high or you're a little too close one any other issues on the brick homes get a grout can really do some bad damage you can really do that when you're when you're removing pieces of grout from your back patio slab that your power washing or the veneer on the outside your house you're you're not cleaning anything you're hurting what you've got so be careful Donna mentioned if you know your power washing is not pressure washing is not for sanding or for scraping that's a completely different job this is forgetting the dust and dirt often he didn't even recommend detergent or any kind of cleaner unless you have some kind of awful build up of something but pictured as strike tree yeah I sat down and worked on it yeah I was trying to it's hard to get things on a wall like that but you can end up with stuff that you need to detergent off and the other part of the outside of the of the house would be the wooden Johnny is not a fan of putting up pressure washer to your wood he said just put your garden hose that they're dusted okay I was gonna say when I wash my car at these car washes you've got the pressure hose I never get right up on the car only standing a good three for social distancing they call it that three or four feet away and just kind of you know get the soap on and get the spot free rinse same thing but I don't know what pressure those are really don't but but it's a good point I mean if your washing power washing is it an aggressive fixed anything it's just the right tool for the right job so if you fire one up and you're gonna start user on your house proceed with caution in talking to Nathan angel he hadn't knew suggestion that I didn't know about it's a called a whisper washer have you seen those hello yes I'd like you to I thought well surely you can use it on your belt pressure washer on your Belgard papers be said no because it can streak you know if you if you don't know what you're doing if you get too close and they like this need to call out of its new new to us whisper washer okay so it's a it's a if you run it like a floor scrubber and it's got a hub on it in underneath it is like a wand and so it's it it spins so you're not doing a vertical line it doesn't nice job as being you can look it up on YouTube the whisper washer but he was a fan of those he said okay at home depot all right very good now that's not a vertical application that we gotta get no no I'm sorry I jump to papers your tongue yeah you would have been a way to do that and it's too much water to do inside so it just be like a internal expenses but it's expensive to hire people to this is like a really nice job so like the concrete tiles we have oral me the the beautiful deck you made with the house and Senate on concrete work on that cool deck concrete driveways paver driveways anything outside all right well there where washer whisper wash so what will be the most requested question next week I don't know but whatever it is we'll address 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"Area you can find in that Rosie on the house dot com and it's one of those I don't like creating ana categories because it just makes it harder to find what you're looking for can like you're talking about with the paint you have so many options it is it's hard but we do have a specialty category dryer vent cleaning because it is so unique and then we have a Scott out of Sedona his company is get the lent out and he could services Sedona and the surrounding areas and then a two son I can permit and intelligent design air conditioning does offer that as part of their services as well so if you haven't had your dryer vent cleaned in a while that was our weekly to do a couple weeks ago and we were sort of talked about it a while because it generated a lot more response than you know it it's always funny what does it mean it's being in the interest in that that came up so little follow up there if you did if you missed that to do from a couple weeks ago there's a reminder to do it and then errors on a chimney sweeps they have an offer that they have extended through through March because they had so many calls it couldn't service them all said well we'll just keep the offer good through March so we can make sure and make good on what they committed to that data to everybody because it's a that's right a well needed service good good well that brings us to today's today's to do that we were talking about earlier it's the ghosting door it's the door that up I can remember the first time I covered this song there was years ago we action a call from a call from a listener about an hour after I talked about it and he said Rosie you saved my life I've I get up in the middle of the night and I make my way to my bathroom and I hit my head on the door every single night he says I just took your advice I did what you told me to do it now that door is completely out of my way so for that door that ghosts closer swings by itself the reason it does that is because the door jamb is not home plume and that may be the finish carpenter doing a bad job hang in the door or it may be the wall itself was so out of plumb the finish carpenter couldn't get the jam plum but for whatever reason the door's not long so what we can do is go to the root of the problem take the casing off disconnect the door jam from the rough but framing reply on the whole door that takes a bit of experience get it reset put the casing back on and get all the painting done you've got a several hour job there if you are a good trim carpenter N. F. the wall isn't so far out of plumb that it's beyond fixing so an easy way to try and fix this for you at your home is our weekly tip of the week we made a video of this and it does happen to be live on our YouTube channel and it is the number one viewed video of all we've ever posted simply take a nail set or sixteen penny nails and your hammer and remove the hinge pin close the door and the latch it remove the bottom pin from the door hinge leaving the door closed take that hinge out and go out to the carport garage your back patio and lay their hands down on the ground take your hammer and strike it pretty hard about a third of the way down from the head of the pan and what you're going to be doing is you could be putting a crimp into that pin now take that payment go back to that door set the pan use your hammer tap the pen home into that hinge that pin now is going to have enough friction on that engine three eight hollow core door there it will stay where ever you put it and it's kind of funny to read the instructions and then watch the video and then go to you too and look at the comments of all the people that say they've lived with this I can't believe I've lived with this for twenty years and it took two minutes to fix is absolutely hilarious so again just one more little way we're working to become you the Arizona homeowner become your best friend is by bringing you little tips of things you can do in about around your house and I think what we may want to focus on here the next few weeks but is things you can do in about around your house with your kids home all day yeah everybody is a little grounded hi I heard driving in this morning that the school closures nationally are impacting twenty one million students wow and I'm not even sure that's a good scratch the surface of what they end up doing five school districts here in Arizona that I'm aware of for twenty one I think is what gave twenty twenty one across the state of clothes so we're up great time to find a home improvement project that you can recruit your kids to help with for sure we only have one and it's spring break at Wickenburg this weekend all all the other three are home schooled really where where every home all week anyway so that that was it has not really affected us at this point there it was actually the rain that cancel the rodeo this yeah yeah yeah that's right or wrong okay well this situation is going to impact probably everyone so just be ready for it and stay home all right and then if during the course of the week your anxiety level in your blood pressure goes up just remember one thing Hey we'll be back on their next Saturday morning to kind of dial it all down and you can reset.