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Russell Brand Calls 'Russiagate' a 'Democratic Conspiracy'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:36 min | 4 months ago

Russell Brand Calls 'Russiagate' a 'Democratic Conspiracy'

"How are we supposed to interpret celebrities coming out who were once on the radical left and now are saying things that were and are very obvious russell brand who is a comedian. He's pretty fair on most things. He's all over the place. No trump fan though at all he has now come out and he has criticized russia gate. Now i'm saying this for a reason because we have a new episode out with cash patel that i encourage all of you to listen to but if you wanna listen to in my opinion. The best analysis of the origins of the russian investigation of peter struck of lisa page of where the all came from. And where we are headed. I'm telling you cash patel who is being targeted by every major institution on the left that you can imagine key breaks down how john durham is building a criminal conspiracy case against the deep state. It was compelling. It was detailed. I pushed him on a lot of different things. And that's exclusively on the charlie kirk show. Podcast app of cash patel. It's one of my favorite episodes. We've done in recent times and it's all around this topic of who is going to be held accountable for what was done back in two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen timeframe with peter struck and lisa page spying on a presidential campaign and hoping to get away with russ or russell brand now says well. This is all from the clinton campaign russell. The great sean. Hannity has been saying this on his program for literally the last four years but better late than never. I suppose. Play cut fifty six. We'll move so fast. It's almost no time for history. It seems like years ago that we would hear. In the trump was colluding with russia. They would've won the election without russia that he's whole presidency was kind of employees. Well there's now serious evidence that it was the clinton campaign and hillary clinton acolytes lueth directly involved in the generation of has proven to be a conspiracy untrue. Think about how much media watched me a person who i think broadly speaking. He's from the left. A liberal certainly not trump support in republican with respect to those of you that are i find myself in awe gobsmacked flabbergasted in startled by these revelations. The russia gate was a democrat conspiracy.

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"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

06:21 min | 4 months ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Agree trying to achieve equality with the annihilation of calgary no successful. That's exactly right. In this era where it turns out we were never fucking beneath the surface of people with meyer of ideas that the finance on the street retold. Welcome to russell brand and did this. Do you accept. Then the in terms of any kind of political fulfillment and by that. I mean the ability to live in a community. That's representative of your values and to express yourself as an individual as you want to that you'd have to to some degree separate yourself and your community from the centralized structures and if as you seem to be suggesting she talked about over co peace or at least used that phrase and and does that indicate that perhaps the future for politics is beyond the centralization models and almost all you sympathetic towards people that say. What difference does it make this theater of the you know of this. Bypass anthea titian. We evolve building. These models were kind of create iran. Disease go representative. Democracy was more relevant. I i'm worried that we're drifting into hyper partisanship. You know i think decentralisation is always the way to go. there's gotta be some central kind of agreement. Maybe overarching constitution. Perhaps it's a way to put it where we're like okay. So these are these are the rules. We're going to use to engage with each other but we disagree. So i that's why the. Us is actually a great the states the cities the localities h have their own implementation own version. But it's it's it's hyper centralizing and the problem is you can look at it with media the more we we lose local media in the united states because they can't sustain themselves in this new attention economy. We see the rise of the new york times building a massive subscription platform. We said the washington post the wall street journal and then what happens is for the average american. They're hearing about national issues and less local issues now for one. This can breed corruption at a local level. Which the local levels where it's at the federal levels is often in my opinion. A distraction for for a lot of reasons but then you end up with corruption at the local level you end up with people disassociated from their own communities. And then you end up with hyper polarization and centralization. So the fear. I have with this. Is you know you you. You take a look at when. Joe joe biden came out a few months ago and said that we may need to have more more lockdowns more restrictions. This was at a time. When texas and florida had been releasing their lockdowns they've been easing the restrictions and mandates and all that stuff and so when joe biden comes out and he speaks saying those things. He's clearly not talking to red states. And so now you you already have it situation. Wherever the past year many things like half of republicans don't view joe biden as legitimate and a third thing that he didn't even win the election and so these people are already feeling like they're not a part of the system when the president comes out and speaks in a way that very much speaks only one side of the country. The centralization is giving way to a splitting down the middle of some sort. I don't know ultimately what it would look like. But that's what happens when you go from decentralized communities with a weak central structure where they can communicate to centralizing everything and then factionalising. I think the whole system is going to implode on itself. And i think it's a lot to do with the internet and think it has a lot to do with social media and the attention economy. I don't know what the solutions are to be honest. You know people right to free speech. You used to like say more Thank you you used to say. More frequently is arma where the the felt that. I think guessing the fun days trump america was on the brink of some kind of civil war. And i still do the. Yeah there's a. But there's been polling data that i think may evolve that opinion notably there was a yougov data that show. I think it was yougov that there's five regions in the united states. There's the northeastern this the southern. There's the heartland. There's the the west in the mountain regions and in each region. There was a large plurality of people who wanted to secede from the union and form their own regional governments essentially if you if you normalized for population and each each state. I did the math. You end up with thirty seven point two percent of the us population wanting the country to break apart. That's that's that's massive Because opposition to of a balkanisation of the united states is comparable. It's in it's in the third range so you have about a third of people who are like i don't care you have a little bit over a third saying shut down and you have about a third saying no no keep it as it is and so when it comes to the yes or no. Vote the people who abstain abstain. And then you'll get what fifty fifty so. I don't exactly know what it would look like. I think people have this misconception. About what civil war really means. And they also don't take into account that we're in what's referred to as fourth and fifth generational era of warfare We don't necessarily use connecticut force to win wars. We use psychological operations propaganda manipulation and so Depending on how you wanted to find it look we had a guy gets shot in the chest by anti-fascists after a trump rally in portland. We just had a shoot out in portland just a couple of days ago. It may the connecticut aspect of any kind of civil conflict. May keep itself constraints to these left and right skirmishes in various cities that i it simmer down a little bit. We're in kind of a low year because politics you know. We just got up for presidential election. But i mean you look now with the Cyber symposium and i see a cat and and we we have the audits in arizona. You know. I just talked with steve bannon the other day. And he's talking about audits in georgia and wisconsin and michigan and all these states. This is persistent. these people aren't backing down. They don't view biden as the real president. And so if you have that rising sentiment i'm not saying that we're gonna see What one thing. Bill maher said was that there couldn't be a civil war because the mason dixon line would go through grandma's kitchen and a reference to the line that divided the north north and south. But i think that's Americans have this issue where we view..

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"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:39 min | 6 months ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Also during the pandemic founded meals from our lower service to provide meals to help frontline and key workers they did a hundred thousand meals. I We will do this. We'll give you a free of this conversation. Carriages brilliant person. It releases is talking about how to make it in this world and how to how you can make success of your life and imagine you have. Tommy unfolded organically really that. He wasn't a wildly ambitious man but he's he's ambitious actually but it wasn't like he was wasn't ruthlessly pursuing fame and glory and money but so for his dedication to his passionate cooking he became accessible person. I think it's a great upset for anybody who's interested in realizing their dreams so this have a little listen to this segment where we talk about. He's he's philanthropic work. They're making those meals for folk in the posh town of marla any threat. Marcus rash rash furred we took about. How the marcus rash fink. I'm is marks. Russia's new england the monday night football those overseas he is and Yeah this is. I think is to social media took about coach sanchez. Lovely paver champ. Now under the skin is from forecast. Please leave a review. That really helps us. And i will read out good ones. Please only do five stars and do multiple five stars from various different accounts so eventually thousands and thousands of five star reviews is the. I'm the end point. Game trying to achieve a quality with the annihilation of calgary no successful. That's exactly right in this era where it turns out. We were never beneath the surface of people with of the ideas that the finance on street retold welcome to russell brand and this game. That's pretty amazing. What do they with. A frontline workers as powerful and the marcus rash stuff. He's really added you. How did you out that know. Manchester united fan and stuff. How did he come about like people. Be aware of marcus. Russia to kids in poverty and kids get enough food and stuff like that. How did you help. Turn turn the attention to practical solutions around that. We so on par aslan natural food strategy which is kind of like a great big strategy. That's being written this part. One paul Released like the but been written by henry dimbleby. Who is the founder of lille. And he's staying kind of asked by the government it's not it's a space but it is a strategy of working..

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"russell brand" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:48 min | 8 months ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"He has a lot of books The woman the book of women. Oh jane okay. Oh celebrating. The female spirit Tantura awareness courage. He has a lot of good. He was so young in that documentary. Which joy wow. Here's a lot remember. We learned in that that he was so young in that documentary he was yes he died at fifty seven or something crazy i can. Yes years after. He left oregon. Let me look. When he died he was all. You can do some fast on okay. He was born in nineteen thirty one and then he died in one thousand nine hundred ninety. Okay so fifty nine and he had been back in india for a while so that means during that documentaries about fifty or sixty eight sixty eight what nine hundred sixty eight that happened the poisoning in the the movement. Do you know anyone to oregon. That began it began in india in nineteen sixty eight and try to find when he went to orient teen. Eighty one. eighty one okay. I mean he looks young here. The problem is his so much white beard Oh we discussed this. The other day people with beards are very serious. 'cause you can't really smile with the beard on. Will they have the mass. They've been wearing a mass. Yeah that's kind of funny to you. Because i think you while i this is. This is a bad gas. But i'm not gonna say it anyways. I'd imagine if you graft people with beards against people who didn't wear masks. Oh bet there's a high correlation you think people with beards. Don't wanna wear masks really. I would think they'd be fine with it. Because they're used to having stuff all over their face the point i was going to make it really. You can't stand a mask. You're wearing a masks. Oh okay you are. You've taken it to another level where you're mad at them three or four steps. My god ramona mad at anyone. But it's like russell brand. Oh no i lost you. I went so fast. Because i had a face mask on and it was acting as a beard. I realized it made me serious. You do they. They must sell face masks with beard graphics. Bq i'm sure that exists ennio. That's really it. Well the other thing is i want you to tell me your mantra. Oh of course you do fills me that. I don't know anyone's mantra. Yeah i did. I want to say david walton. His buddies said fuck it and they all told each other they told you. Oh yeah yeah yeah. He told you..

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Jane Krakowski is NOT dating the MyPillow guy

Who? Weekly

03:32 min | 1 year ago

Jane Krakowski is NOT dating the MyPillow guy

"Jane kiosque is dating. Famed architect david rockwell. Not the my pillow guy. She basically was like. I'm dating someone now. I have to tell everyone who is. Because i've to fight this information and a half to say we've got a few calls we did. If there's a few sources that we have now that told us that i'm pretty sure that's it was fake news and now i'm kind of like confused as to why the daily mail published it like what was their kind of weird. Wha how does it benefit them. Because now he's suing them for like seventy five thousand dollars or something. That's like defamation. But as another person called in and explain what you've explained to me in the past where it's like you can't say that it hurt you unless it was actually harmful gossip to you. He's claiming that it was harmful and has specific details that are harmful to him. But you can't just be like. I'm suing because he said i'm in a relationship. It has to be harmful to your reputation in a way right. I mean again not a lawyer but it just seems like it's going to be if not hard entertaining to see how someone claims that being rumored to be in a relationship with a pretty universally beloved celebrity people by and large light car. How is this defamatory for a rumor. Maybe daily mail was just like we know that this is the case. We're going to take the chance and just go for it even though this probably might be falsely might get sued in this guy's very rich and he has enough money to sue us if anything. It's damaging for her reputation to dating him and she's seems to have laughed at off based on her statement but is she laughing it off when they're leaking actual boyfriend to the fix clearly serious. I mean there's clearly there's like strategy here like why do we give a shit who jim krause. Geus dating at this point. Who is this guy who literally who cares. And that's what she's been working with this whole time. Basically who cares. I love this lead. Though a bizarre report that actress page six complaining about the daily mail. It's like we're all. These are both i arms of the same tree branches of the your your cousin first cousin. Although i always complain about my cousins. So i get. that's true. A bizarre report. That actress. Jane creek hausky had an affair with my pillow guy. Mike lindell was fiercely. Shot down now page. six can exclusively revealed. The thirty rock star has been sharing more elegant pillow. Talk with famed architect david rockwell. It truly is do you. And i bet what happened which i think is just so funny to me. I bet page six already knew this information but no one cares jim hausky stating he just an architect. I bet jane's people were like well. You just publish. Jane is dating a now. it's relevant or they just were like oh pages like we actually know her boyfriend is. Let's just publish it again. Because it's relevant. You know what i mean. It's funny because the news is coming off as like. Oh look who. She's dating now. It's like she's been dating this guy for like what three years two year like for a significant amount of time since two thousand and nineteen according to this okay so enough time two years one year basically. And they're like let's like time to drop this this news now that she's relevant. I just think that's so funny because otherwise why would we have this. Like who care. And i would believe that because they're proof even as they as you scroll down. It's like she's been pictured with this guy many times so it's just like she's not really trying to hide a relationship. It's just not i don't really care with that. And now that this other thing came out they care he seems fine. Whatever like it doesn't surprise me. At all his stuff is cool. Like i went to his website rockwell through dot com rockwell like a fancy various steamed architect. Who designs really cool like spaces. It's not like house. It's like public spaces and businesses in school. I don't know it looks like a fancy pants architect itself. Funny

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There Is Real Value In The 'Truthiness' Of Fictionalised History

Trent365

03:01 min | 1 year ago

There Is Real Value In The 'Truthiness' Of Fictionalised History

"Fictionalized. History is essentially where you take something out of history and event or person and you sprinkle on a little bit of featuring a little bit of creative and poetic license if you like to try and make that story. More relatable more understandable more relevant to a modern audience perhaps and a great example of that would be some of these series. That you see on netflix or movies that you see on netflix. For example like the crown. Which is the story of the british royal family now. The current series has just recently launched. And it's cop the bit of flack for historical inaccuracies. And that's led to a conversation about the role of fictionalized history. Because in a way it's a lie. It's not a truth. But then the people who defend this version this autistic version is fictionalized of history. Will tell you that the truth is generally a failing nuance thing truth and reality of failing nuanced. And it's pretty hard to get those nuances across in maybe a ten episode series or two l. movie but by by adding a little creative round the story as low as it's true to the overall message it's actually a much better way to get that message across and to get a better understanding of the reality of history maybe the truth of history but the reality of history and it's something that i heard russell brand talking about today where he talked about the truthfulness which i think is a great would describe it because it's not strictly speaking. The truth is not the facts but it actually really is reality. Probably if it's done well and most people tend to say that this current series of the crown is still getting the overall message across. It's not necessarily the one hundred percent of the things that happened off. Factually correct about the truthfulness of it is still there. And i think the thing that they're coming across now is. The current series is about margaret thatcher. Times and princess diana's times which this people alive today still recall those events and so they poking holes in the history whereas the facts of the history whereas in previous episodes previous series. Sorry of the same show. They were talking so far back. That people weren't necessarily alive to question. So i think in a world of fake news. I think it's an interesting perspective. to think about. The truth innis of fictionalized history. Because if you really want to tell a story you've gotta get it relevant to today's audience. You've got to get the audience engaged. And i think a little bit of fiction around the facts is probably a good way to do it again. In light of the world the world of fake news that we live in that fake news era that has been created around us. I just think it's an interesting perspective on a friday.

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Proposals for new podcast tags in RSS unveiled

podnews

04:21 min | 1 year ago

Proposals for new podcast tags in RSS unveiled

"Could be the most exciting news independent podcasters for some time proposal of a set of new tax for RSS. From the podcast index pickup me and better discover ability and accessibility more revenue and protection against piracy. You'll hear more later in the podcast. Amazon has caught to two main names, podcast, dot com, and podcasting dot com play, both forward audible, which doesn't have third party podcasts in it. Amazon music does though in four countries. US Radio, personality Howard Stern was apparently approached by spotify claims Bloomberg his contract with Sirius Xm seems close to renewal. However, black women in podcasting can now apply for a micro grants from the black and Brown podcast. Collective grounds can be between two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. The Edward R Murrow awards were awarded whereas include all kinds of podcasts including the catch and kill podcast with Ronan Farrow, the dropout from ABC News and the daytimes and wonder reproduction detective trap. Friend has added a tinder for podcasts feature allowing you to listen to random new episodes. Swipe left for Nope and swipe right to add that podcast to list of shows you like to be a bit more. Acquainted with. spotify onto allowing use of API to transfer playlists to other platforms. It transpires today for podcasts would notice that podcast indexes new podcast says, namespace allows you to link to your show on other platforms without use of spotify is. API. And is it time to kill reviews in Apple podcasts? Tanna. Campbell. Thinks it might be replacing it with a simple love button. It's a Monday. So here's some more tech stuff starting with that new namespace for podcasting. The new specification allows additional tags like location. A locking mechanism to protect feeds against privacy links to the show and other podcast APPs transcripts, multiple enclosures, and funding. The namespace is to be done in phases allowing full industry contribution, and it's fully backwards compatible with existing feeds. There's more on the podcast indexes podcast, which is called podcasting two point. Oh Jason Feed version one point one has been released. It's a simpler easier to pass alternative to RSS, which has support for multiple attachments are in closures as we know them and for extensions or namespace is as we know them, we've updated our Jason Feet? Apple podcasts rejects new podcasts with show images bigger than five hundred K. or bigger than three thousand pixels, but you can't change that image after you initially published. So congratulations to Canadian podcast on torpoint. All Songkhla for managing to have a podcast in apple podcast, which has an image measuring five, thousand, eight, hundred pixels wide and is an astonishing one, hundred and two megabytes large. Wow. It's broken our page congratulations for that podcast paying an upcoming monitoring system just for podcasters as work to integrate podcast index into its service podcast addict now offers multiple podcasts, search engines including the podcast index at Lipson appears to have started. Forwarding insecure are fades to their secure https versions. And in Pokhara News, a murder case has many layers, the victim, the crime, and the investigation get to the heart of it on anatomy of murder, a new weekly, true crime series launching on Wednesday ad sales by Cabana, an at large company, and we thank them for their support today. Stuff of legends is. New From Airlines Iheart podcast network Australia is hosted by radio presents a Christian Connell and features interviews with people, Russell brand and Ricky Chavez sharing at three most treasured items. Ron. COM HOGS returns for second season today. The scripted romantic comedy features a full cast of voice actors and immersive sound design. Vote for love is the title of the new season

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Katy Perry compares marriage to Russell Brand to 'a tornado'

Colleen and Bradley

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Katy Perry compares marriage to Russell Brand to 'a tornado'

"Opening up about her previous marriage to Russell brand. Here's an interesting thing. So it's an interview with 60 Minutes, Australia. Oh, that aired on Sunday and she talked about her marriage to Russell Brand, which remember when they had that massive wedding in India that elephants and the whole thing. She said. I was having great success at 23 24 25. Then I met someone that was interesting and stimulating. It was just like a tornado. It was everything happened at once. They got married in 2010. They

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Katy Perry music video reveals she's having a baby with Orlando Bloom

Jason and Alexis

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Katy Perry music video reveals she's having a baby with Orlando Bloom

"Katy Perry confirming to fans that she is pregnant yeah that is following her release of her new music video she shared the news that she and her fiance Orlando bloom are expecting their first child together in an Instagram live video after the premiere of the song never worn white she said there is a lot that's gonna be happening this summer not only will I be giving birth literally but also figuratively to something you guys have been waiting for and she said I'm so glad I don't have to suck it in anymore area around a big purse because that's apparently what she's been doing who let me be blunt that's going to be a really unattractive bait he actually was in another country when he got her pregnant he was on a paddle board and yeah but I have a son happens to get that okay Katy Perry and bloom have been in a relationship since twenty sixteen they got engaged in February of twenty nineteen and fans have been speculating since she released a teaser for the new music video earlier on Wednesday because she seen cradling a baby bump while wearing a long white gown so she's having a baby this summer I mean she's probably liked about twenty weeks along you know how long other I do because I I love couples that you know maybe have a little bit of strife in the and then the work it out like adults and they come back together you know they work through their crap and they come back together and I think it actually makes the bond stronger and that's what these two of don and I and I and I actually love them as a couple I know I need to this will be the second marriage for both of them you know remember she was married to Russell brand briefly and then he was married to Miranda Kerr and they have a child together she has gone on to Mary how did you see that Snapchat founder I think that too yes yes Evan Spiegel yeah yeah he is very poor right to make ends meet Hey T. C. P. seating shells and cheese

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"For Your Reconsideration" Week

Feedback with EarBuds

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"For Your Reconsideration" Week

"This week's theme is for your reconsideration. The curator is Donde from luminary. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Yolanda. Monday's episode comes from metaphysical milkshake and is called. Can you honor indigenous faiths without being a jerk. It's thirty four minutes long in this episode. rainn Wilson Resin Ostlund have one question. How do we honor and embrace embrace indigenous faiths without becoming like Kevin Costner? How can we become more than dilettantes? With dream catchers Kevin Locke is an artist Hoop dancer musician musician. Educator and cultural ambassador for his Lakota an Amish on Beirut's he joined the pod to share what we can do to better understand our indigenous faith traditions and how out to see our spiritual heritage in all the land around us. Join the conversation using Hashtag. Metaphysical an email your thoughts to metaphysical milkshake at soul pancake. GEICO DOT COM. Tuesday's episode comes from on second thought with Trevor Noah and is called prison break. It's forty four minutes long in this episode. Trevor and David David discussed their ideas for improving. Prison then talk about alternatives to incarceration Danielle Sarid founder of common justice. Wednesday's episode comes from from under the skin with Russell brand and his called science capitalism. And God with Neil degrasse Tyson. It's one hundred twenty one minutes long. Here's the description. This week's guest on under the skin is the infamous astrophysicist Neil degrasse Tyson. He's pretty amazing. He was promoting his book letters from an astrophysicist but he was much more than and being a focused and dedicated educator I enjoyed talking to him. Thursday's episode comes from here to slay with Roxane gay and Tracy McMillan Cottam him and his called all. Your faves are problematic. It's fifty three minutes long this week on the show Tracy and Roxanne take on the Popeye's chicken sandwich and all of its glory as well as the problematic takes that have come along with it. Friday's episode comes from the seaward with Lena Dunham and Alison Bennett and is called Lady Rosemary. Aber door it's fifty three minutes long in this episode Rosemary. Obrador seemed to most like a shy awkward wallflower but underneath drab exterior lurked an appetite for Jules parties parties and larceny born into an unassuming middle-class English home rosemary secretly stole thousands of pounds to fund her glamorous identity as titled Aristocracy. That's Lady Lady Aberdeen to you. Lena analyst Cover Rosemary's wild parties outrageous schemes her ultimate downfall and discuss what it's like to feel unseen and unappreciated those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Yolanda for this week's theme for your reconsideration

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What we know about accused Capital One hacker Paige Thompson

Today, Explained

07:12 min | 2 years ago

What we know about accused Capital One hacker Paige Thompson

"Russell Brand Amir policy editor at the verge Monday night. The world found out about another huge hundred million plus plus data breach. Could you tell the people what happened Russell. Yes so capital one. You may know their their credit card ads on T._v.. What's in your wallet or their arena arena in Washington D._C.? Also also very true so essentially they were storing in some data on Amazon cloud server not unusual and it turned out that it was sort of MIS configured more than one hundred million capital one credit card customers Mars and applicants across the U._S. and Canada have been affected by a massive data breach. This is one of the biggest breaches of financial institution ever. This is what they're saying yeah. I mean it's sort of all in how you look at it. There's data from more than one hundred million credit applications right so this is sort of the thing that they mail to you and you mail back yeah. Capital one was quick to say that it wasn't that many social security numbers there was only one hundred and forty thousand U._S.. Social Security the numbers and eighty thousand bank account numbers and about a million social insurance numbers which are sort of the Canadian equivalent of the social security number. I mean that's still a a lot of people but it's not really as impressive as leading with hundred million thing so do we know who did this. At all. Show a person has been charged urged with doing this a page Thompson is a former employee of Amazon web services. They say she left an extensive digital footprint of her alleged crime on the Internet including bragging about what she did online she was just hosting it on get hub which is not usually what hackers do in this situation like. Usually you kind of want to keep it secret and have people pay you for if you're trying to make lots of money get hub where like all the hackers hanging get hub is just sort of a boring place where people put their coding projects and anyone can go there air so I mean when capital and found out about this basically the email they got in their responsible disclosure in box was hey look at this Gitta page and then had a link to the getup ages like that that doesn't seem right but it was just sort of out there in the open I feel like if she had had some nefarious purpose to it. Either there. We would have seen it anonymously out there with some manifesto or it would have been sold quietly in the sort of underground marketplaces where people will pay money for this stuff and so neither of those happen kind of raises questions about what our thought process was in doing this surveillance video shows federal agents arriving to page Thompsons thompsons Beacon Hill home in Seattle early Monday morning the thirty-three-year-old placed under arrest accused of hacking into capital one system. How unusual unusual is it to sort of apprehend a suspect so quickly after finding out something like this happened and for it to just be like a single hacker who <unk> who maybe doesn't even have a real motive well often use your sort Connected to the person's name is pretty unusual. Should it be concerning that this one person who maybe didn't even want to do something nefarious. I didn't have a very hard time getting all of this information getting something like a hundred and six million credit card applications well yeah. I mean so this is not supposed to happen like evidently this was this was goof is the technical term. That's what they call them the business. This is a goof. That's what they call this. This is a goof yeah I would. I would say it was a major severe goof unprecedented goof but also so I mean I I wouldn't downplay her technical sophistication. I mean she was really pretty good at knowing the specific configurations figuration and ways to exploit specific other configurations and she had years earlier actually worked at Amazon which is one of the things people sort of have questions about of did she have some special knowledge of how to do this but I mean very often. People are just bad at setting these things up and stuff just leaks out so maybe that should be more secure. Maybe we should be taking a closer look at capital one and sort of maybe isn't well. Yeah definitely yeah definitely really capital. One is in some trouble here. Is this just the new normal that we should expect like what we submit things to banks and official institutions that have all of our information and protect our money our credit our financial well being that this stuff is vulnerable and can just get easily easily and randomly hacked. I mean yeah like I think fundamentally. If you are filling out a form and you are submitting it to do a large corporation I mean any corporation. You should probably figure that that information is potentially going. GotTa Get out there. The real concern is the social security numbers because that is the raw material for identity theft and it's not just I have the social security number have the keys to the kingdom but okay if I have a recent address from the person and I know southern full name and I know their social security number and I know a couple other things I can probably fill out a loan application that no one will look too <unk> closely at and maybe if I put in my address instead of their address they'll just figure the person moved and you know credit card. Companies are always sort sort of looking out for this but at the same time they don't WanNa make it too hard to apply for a credit card because that's their business and so yeah it's tricky I I mean if we're trusting the banks and the credit agencies to take care of her information and they're not what can people do in the meantime to keep their information secure actually probably the best thing you can do is get a credit freeze that will just say do not let anyone apply for anything in my name until I sort of call you up and give you this these special four digits the other thing you can do. It's a little bit less intense. Is You just get credit monitoring where they're looking. They'll say oh well. Actually this person just applied for credit card with a different address was that you was that not you and they'll sort of be watching more closely. I I usually costs money but actually if you were in one of the recent breaches they might be offering it for free.

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Under the Skin with Russell Brand

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Public shaming campaigns that are built by. And so you've been publicly shamed. Those things did contribute Trump winning. But as I say, I don't think you should go adult. We should. Worry about to worry about that too much. Because we've got we have bigger fish to fry. And except I don't feel that we can deal with the problem without acknowledging the conditions that lead to eight in terms of a yes looking for a solution. I feel like a so of a lot of ethical ground was conceded. That's not being ignored a mean to you know, why? And like, I'm not claiming to be an expert in Slava, orange juice pick, which is just a passing, quote, I've met Saad lighter. Meet him. I do. It was like we show to stay at the Sydney Opera House together. So we we shared a stage. And I said something that autumn go on I can't remember. So as about story, but I remember off stage. He got a little annoyed with fee. Somebody could get annoyed. Mm to stay in the he's. Doc pinnacle of his intellect for WalMart got up on both of my. Usually, it would be sort documentary keeps his pants and socks in the knife and fork drawing. I've never really got beyond that. I'm by the way. I'm what you're saying is true to those who do not remember history condemned repeater. And in fact, I noticed just the other day when the government shutdown ended in America. They did exactly the same thing. CNN was wolf Blitzer. Nancy Pelosi was giving her speech, and they cut so frantically away from it for one Trump started his speech, and it was just I just thought that's that's a dark echo of what's happening in two thousand sixteen do think like put simply it's that in spite of the posturing around. Liberal positions. Actually, what they care about is entertainment, and possibly there are aspects of liberalism itself that is opposed. That's not underwritten by any deep concern for some of the issues the spoken about he's talked. I know my friends we've ended Myers of Adam Kerr Ason. Something comes up a lot with him. Yeah. Yes. I'm to. Bri. I mean, it's true. They and Trump says it himself and it's true lie. The the right things are going through the roof because of him. And we. MSNBC may may hate him. But they're really benefiting from him. I am curious about the psychological foresees the underpinning this in a sense of like or culture or politics is passing through the consciousness of human beings created by us. It's a response to our feelings. And I sometimes wonder what bigger trends are at work. It seems to me that the process by which you said leader might get in just let in multiple bloody curiosity by disease into that. You're looking for stories that allude to bigger ideas. There was a time when you were very it seemed to me very interested in meaning and stories that were outside of the mainstream, and and your choice now to ten in storage out pornography is I suppose there's a good web two of ethics and curious places where you find different types of the morality of the man that's making the porn. Sort of like you say, it's a straight up guy. Exactly. And then the hypocrisy of the outsiders who consume porn, but at the same time, you don't wanna know at its dot hypocrisy that then allows a piece to flourish and NS an Uber reason brilliant book about their shaming like that. Like, I suppose is that because we are starting to understand the true necessary the true, but an aspect of social media culture and let because what is the gravity of that. If it starts off as something that we're also friendly, and it's kind of cozy. I remember friend of mine saying it started off like it was like if it was a physical space. If it was a nice pob that you went there. And then you went they went off cells. Horrible. You just would stop going to that. You know, I remember at the time a couple of people Graham, Linda hand and Rebecca Watson, third American poed Costa..

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"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Trying to achieve equality with the nine election of Calgary. He's not successful route. That's exactly right in this era. Where it turns out. We were never the boss. Beneath the surface of people. We have Meyer of the ideas that the finance on the street. We're told welcome to Russell brand. And did this game. John. Thanks very much for coming on the show on fascinates to you, in fact, since of no new coming on intended mates. And now, I'm this. Joel McEvoy you're going to enjoy this poor cost you go check it out. Because this is you know, when you've heard about someone remotely you may not like you. So get the wrong. This is how our understand your story from off gathered. He was put away for serious time, you got Jim privileges. And then when you were working out in the gym something was discovered that changed the course of your life. And is a remarkable story. We you say out for the people that are not familiar with your story. So we can all be on the same page. Should I go back to when I was a kid go, and then saw go all the way back to it's a childhood one of of there's been profound moments in my life. That's there's obviously led to where I am today. I'll tell you one of the biggest things when I was a child. Was finding out by my dad died. I grew up in south London, and my mom and my sister bought me up. So I never had a Mao Romo to in my life as as a kid..

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"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"I think. What's my arm? Well, no, I'm just anticipating that thing is like a lot of people will hear that. And won't have the same opinion as you will think that it's kind of dangerous or promoting unhealthy things. No. Or maybe because you live in online, hyper aware world, you're aware that people will gain say and contradict what you're saying. But like do at some point we have to accept that. There are different ways of resolving the problems of being human the all of us are flawed and have made mistakes, and we'll continue to, but there are going to be some people that here. Thank God that's going to work for me. I want to try that I wanted, you know, th there is as Krishnamurti the philosopher, not the news bloke sad because often when I mentioned in people go Jimmy off the news, and I've got no not mean of the news. I mean, Christian made philosopher truth is a populous land meaning that we're all going to have to find our WBZ. Eight says every are est- must create their own religion their own. She's coming out with the client got to go anymore off of this and that finger you've unloaded a quotes in to quote, and quote, unquote. Copy cracking of I in some around me own little quotes, put my initial. Maybe five. How many shoot I've only the one, but you're win twenty six Audrey and zero books. Okay. You're winning winning the book war. What is that book? The book is body positive power. It is basically absolutely everything that I've learned in these five years about food and bodies why we hate ourselves. How we can stop intuitive eating good relationships with exercise. How we feel about fat? Why we are. So scared of the word fat and everything that fantails and had to put it altogether. And hopefully, just be a bit more peaceful in your body. That's really good. I'm going to check that out. Listen, I think. You're gonna have a big impact on the way. That people understand these issues you will participate in this conversation law, and I think you'll will help a lot of people. And I I like the way that you communicate. And if helped me to understand things I didn't understand before. Thanks for coming on. Megan. Thank you, very much lovely time. It's been good as an now has about a bit with a chair fell that was my favorite. So I think that's a highlight. That's a mean waiting to happen shit. Memed Michelle off. Thanks for listening. You enjoyed that episode with Meghan. I'm so impressed with that conversation with her as a woman and the communicator, remember, let me know what you thought of it on Instagram tag me actually, Russell brand or tweet me at rusty rockets. We have hashtag under skin or tack menu into the stories. Why ya? I'd be very happy with that. Listen to smolder episodes Chapman road. She was amazing. Happy pappy, they're great Radin Swami. He's wonderful capital. Matej coming up with cotton. Jon Ronson Darren Brown. He is coming to trick. Maisy? Once did once see Darren Brown in a bar, and like looking at me and before new moved to chair from one table to my table. I mean, we did need an additional chair. But then people came from that advertisers. Roy took this chair said. Darren Brown just mind bended made a day that anyway, he may be innocent. So hope you enjoyed under skin. Lahser. Love species by.

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Under the Skin with Russell Brand

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Now as a matter of fact, because I was obsessive as an attic that so of obsessive obsessive has had to become awareness in recovery awareness of the way that I think awareness of the way that our try resolve my in a problems how identify my feelings as opposed to just accept them. And I think it would be difficult for me to take guidance from people that the. Where their information is data derived as opposed to imperiously lived like when I see people that were worst drug addicts may have gone selves together. Like, our can listen to them. Yeah. Yeah. And I suppose in a in a very simple sense. That's also I wanna do for people in kind of be like there is a recovery. That is really are. I mean, I believe in recovered a lot of people don't, and I and a lot of people in Eaton sorta recovery do liken it to addiction recovery, and in that you're always kind of recovering which I think is fine. And I think it's valid, and I think that helps do that. I believe in recovered because I don't I don't feel like the same person as as the one who hadn't eaten sorta what systems do you employ now that you didn't have access to then when you see like, you know, you were saying you're looking on the net for Finn women in bikinis found our as you said, I fat woman in a bikini a map of became a pivotal moment for you, what can you implement? What do you use in your personal journey to prevent the old attitudes? Prevailing. I am. I I think I just used anger. It's not a technical programs anger. I well, it's kind of it's an anger. I had spent a very long time directing in woods to myself for not being good enough. And as soon as I started learning about diet culture and an about all these reasons why we feel the way we do about. Our bodies are very quickly started to pivot the anger at all of these forces that are in play that make us feel the way we do about our bodies and and get angry four five year old me who shouldn't have been hating her body and get angrier all these companies that keeps telling us, so you're reducing creams, etc. And for me that was very very helpful to know that I shouldn't be getting the blame. I shouldn't be getting my own anger. It belongs somewhere else. And and especially especially as a woman. I'd kind of also spent a lifetime believing that angle was not not an attractive emotion for lady. It's not very ladylike thing anger. So you should just, you know, squash that down hide your feelings. So. So let our is liberating. It's I think it's good good for people. Sometimes so I use that. And I used a lot of kind of self edge, not self-education educating myself through the work of other people. So the first book I read when I came into this was the beauty myth by walls. And it's this kind of iconic manifesto from the ninety s about advertising about beauty ideals and eating disorders and just like laying all out, and I'd finding more and more books like that. There are books like that on health health every size by Linda bacon. And losing it by Laura Fraser, which is about the diet industry. And I kept finding all these kind of outside sources of this information that made me see that it wasn't an individual thing that there's actual facts. There's actual empirical evidence here that this is being done to us. So I keep myself quiet immersed in that. Now, I have I have instant. Graham, a lot of people make fun of this time. I like it. I haven't strand is a bit of a safe space. So my entire feed is filled with people who aren't dicing with people who are celebrating diversity and talking about self acceptance and self care and mental health awareness..

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"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Suddenly had it cemented in their mind that these little lumps and bumps on their on their legs or wherever were hideous disfiguring flaws and this woman, Nicole, she became millionaire. So it it works successful technique. I suppose we will have a latent feelings of inadequacy and if you can. In find ways of commodifying that feeling then there is money to be made of right? So I don't know where I fit on the spectrum of it. But like prior to becoming a drug addict, I like when I talk to addicts about 'em drug, addiction and other forms of diction. I said when I was a kid a lot was very obsessive about food it meant a lot to me ritualized the chocolate. I felt shame around there. I did in secret I used to eat like the lots and lots of chocolate, and then make myself sick this kicked in around so four eight fifteen I was overweight, and I didn't like my body if shamed of my buddy did it for a little while lost lows of way, and then dicta of drugs, I lead recreational, and then like a leaflet from the government worse and worse drugs, then like when I stopped taking drugs again twenty seven I like while I was in treatment started to e and purge again. And it didn't even really have. No is it happen. That's why I suppose. I have that idea that there's a connection just 'cause for me personally. Those behaviors seem connected that doesn't necessarily mean, obviously, I'm not an cased nor how demographic Emily I can't see myself as like a nation. But like, I love Radic's. I've spoken to you. When you take drugs out the way, they're food issues appear the sex issues a pick gambling behavioral addiction started. But I do not query is that there seems to be a fresh old Evine disorders where people are in some territory. I don't know. What that is. You know, it just seems so extreme sour manageable. So like. Like some frightening prism the account begin to get Hanlon by with stuff with like their eight in. It was. Why was doing it was sort of like like needed? I wanted to come food. I didn't feel good about my body. I felt like a shame. So let you say now increasingly like an I still to this day. There's over was fingered. Let's change that Bama body. I'm aware of an ideal. The I'm so of trying to aspire to that narrative still exist Milano eating chocolate the moment or like sugar vote. God I love chocolate. How I miss it cold from the fridge and stuff, man. Anyway, I've taken out of the equation for a little while I've always had a relationship with food. That's had ordinance in I think. Yeah. You think that's more common with men these days? I think I mean, I think there are specific kind of issues that come up for every gender. And I think men especially now definitely aren't immune because there is a lot more. You know, the kind of men's health magazine, cover idealism around and and being fucked up around food. I don't think that has agenda. I think that is getting to all of us. I think we are all being taught very disordered ways of eating of. We're all being taught to not trust our bodies and our needs. I think. In terms of your experience. I'm not generally a fan of like telling people that their lived experiences. Incorrect. So I would never be like that's not what my is. I think if if people feel that they have addiction issues with food then they can classify it that way..

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Under the Skin with Russell Brand

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"He was like an unbelievable for incredible attention, even before he turned pro. And it was around the time those black athletes the Salu. Yeah. Little hick taken in a Muhammed Al leagues makes incredible sacrifices and compromises for his beliefs and OJ Simpson said optimal, even just whether on our correct home and all of us, even is you know, is a white person in another country, if you know, you should be they're actually Moi to impose on OJ Simpson what he should do with his life. And I suppose the moral arguments are, oh you've been fight it, and you've come up from the you know, he's from the projects and stuff. But like what if it's a sexy undermines the the sacrifice that Muhammad Ali and black activists? Have made if it's mandatory if people that don't do condemn that's very that's the purpose of herald of liberation. Yeah. I think. Yeah. Those questions of identity so tricky because. Queer theorists called Judith Butler who talks about the thing what she calls a necessary era. So she's a lesbian. She wouldn't even like calling a self that. But she says when it comes time for fighting for gay rights in the ninety s in America, she goes and goes on the March and makes the placard and and performs the political role of a lesbian, but she says it's a necessary era because she doesn't believe that there is such a label to begin with. But there is a political impetus for the visibility and coherence around that label. So we're really screwed in many ways by this the way, our politics is a range that we have to dawn these positions in order to exact change. But then how do we regulate how anyone particular human is being asked to carry the flag FU various identity vectors? So I Don t politics is super tricky. One of the things that occurs is that because of the access to information because of globalization, we are invited to participate in participate in a social to what degree we do participate in it. Because how are you being English right now, how am I being European right now in this room? You know, he's always we invited to participate in a narrative that we saw of con- conceivably participate in its to brew. And now, it's a total fancy is again that with Brexit with. Why do I what is my image of Europe? What was it? What was making it up as always casting my vote to remain, you know, and this huge political reasons that I believe a valid, but at the same time, I haven't poured over all the legislature and all the economic consequences of being in a you. You know, I'm not the ideal citizen and part of what was causing my vote was just a sort of a fantasy of you know, being able to move to Baleno something or being on a train across Europe that I've never even been on looking at the European fields. And then I had a sense of kinship. So I wonder what's that have fantasies and on the other side on the leave. What what weird fantasies of sovereignty and an astrologer perhaps as well as all their own political arguments, which I don't agree with? But how much we how much is citizens? Can we be asked? This is sort of make these decisions because we can't as you say engage meaningfully with the label of England or Englishness as a concept or European or European Europe. Or european. This is a concept. So yeah, we've been invited to participate in realities that we can't begin to understand over which there isn't even agreement on what those realities are. It leads me to believe that div Lucien is ultimately what needs to happen politically by which I mean that people the more power people have over the the action and governance of their community the better like to make as small as possible. You believe the local. Yeah, I really do. Because I feel that it's inconceivable there is so much. There are so many ways as we've been discussing to be human. And if there are some people we absolutely want to live like this going in. Of course, they seem to be gone on there some golden rules, like don't her other people don't make people do things. They don't want to do. They seem to be things that surely we can all agree on and outside that some people believe this people in to corral us all into increasingly large base where we are all aware of one another now because of the year. Yeah..

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"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Hello wombs under the skin coming up. My interview with Lawrence, Scott, author of the four dimensional human and picnic, comma lightning. We'll be talking about the nature of reality. Both virtual physical and psychological now these realms into sect and inform us and what particularly about this time. We're living in is difficult and challenging thank you. For your lovely comment on last week's podcast with the happy path. Here are some nice things that people have said Josie Fletcher Russell brand this is hilarious of working at my friends in the middle or not laughing. So now, we're all listening. That's what you could be doing laughing podcast adjacent to a sleeping friend dragging them into joy, drag them into joy scanty whose London. Yes, loved it. Thank you, not an easy path to run a business from the hall and mindfully, however is possible, and it certain sparring to hear of other entrepreneurs managing to do it. Too said lots of positive. Fatih people received that are try again to Stephen from the happier. They real lovely fellas. Give them a follower. Eight there. Grab do what you gotta do now. And learn Scott had one for conversation that became interested in Lawrence Cup because some mama make Gareth actually bought me picnic coma. Lightning his book. And I was fascinated by the way, he grappled with the grief. He felt about losing his parents and how that challenged. He's understanding of reality. And he's rely Fru. He's relationships within four. We kickoff mental is out. Now, how to help them be helped get your favorite brand dot com. Checkout rebirth on net flicks..

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"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"When you're a drug addict, he's takes up so much of your time to be a truck. I'd actually go get drugs. Then you go Taik him. Then you go on the floor zoo. Austin? So once you stop taking you realize as Mt. Abyss in your life. And sometimes you recognize that the whole reason you would take in the drugs is because you were looking for some sort of purpose, meaning and the drugs through two things one they give purpose and meaning needs to ties the that they are off so Wednesday gone, the awfully the cure for addictions to be community purpose pursue of spiritual life in this. There's a very good template. I mean, I'm not. So like, I'm not simply trying to plug my book because you can get books for free. My recovery is about describing how those principles can be applied. Not just extreme things like addiction buzz any form of attachment. If it's an attachment relationships or unhealthy eating habits, how you can apply a twelve step program in these environments spiritual life community acknowledgement of what your habits are changing them and the necessity for support in changing them. So I'm in a way, I'm a really great going. Here here. Do one for the last one. Okay. So point number four of our Ford L thing points, you say. Three points. We're gonna but anyway, and this one's gonna find this quite interactive. So I think ultimately, I think we want to feel connected. We want to feel connected to one another connected to ourselves. I think that's like what the whole game is really up eggs. So like, and I think the Beatles in one sense that arrived what they said, oh, you need is love you do some sense as Swami was saying there. So if everyone can entertain us in stand up for one second what we standing up now. Everyone's stunning trunks. Oh, here we go. Mom used to make us go to Tomasz Moore younger as good little Catholic Irish poise and the David normally far, and they'll Stephen, okay. One of us had far and the other giggle. For a lot of the bit. We enjoyed most was that how how you deal with you because the connection so that piece. If you've been some people don't like that. I love that. But that was that was always our favorite so connection. I think is ultimately what it's all about. So if you can turn to the person beside him and just hook just gonna leave a hug. Right. Neither side. Give them a kiss. When's he going to descend into blow? Joe? Some families. Well, done everyone gentleman, Stephen and DIVY Flynn, aka the happy path. What's the name? If you book reading these for happiness this than you and brilliant six products throws. Six products and white rose. Don. I just want to say something just wanted to say that on our website. If you want to sign up for the newsletter. We've got loads of really good stuff. We're going to get people to sign up for the news. Larry heavy periods out of. Good. Well, I hope you enjoyed that. And it gave you a real hoot and Iran laugh, please subscribe to it send it around share, it gave people listening, less know, how you think entrepreneurism and sort of new modern democratic methods of organizing community in Triomphe or saw is can choline tweet me if you won't at rusty rockets with the hashtag under the skin or let me know on Instagram tech me true Russell brand. Or if you want to I had me, post wise in your instance, story grams, I will always be the happy recipient of those and also if you've not seen re rebirth on Netflix. I've looked at that and mentos Manet book house a help and be helped is coming out this month. Russell brand dot com together copy next week on this podcast between two Lawrence, Scott. The author of brilliant book picnic, comma, lightning to extract the nature of reality in our consciousness is outside our consciousness, what was it blood? World comprised of he helps us to understand it. I'm reading the book the moment. I really love it. Steve Coogan phone cotton. Brad Evans, Jay or coming up soon. Please subscribe and share this. And if you haven't listened to every Burr or look at and listen to rebirth on Netflix, yet do if you want. Thanks. I love you.

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"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Like that was the idea right from the and dad, thankfully, says nah, much better trying to change things in the insert. He said just started up as normal business. It was like, okay. Dodger wiser nurse. Okay. We'll do that. So he said it was an ordinary business. And Steven was once again, he says, Dave I've got this great idea for what we're going to call us. And we had this idea what we're going to call it and the sign man came along one day, and he was there. He was up to fronting just trying to fit the letters along the sign, and that we were standing there really pray on account to see this can be so exciting. And it comes back to end. It happened early says, lots letters won't fit like it. Just it just it's gonna look crap you're gonna have to call it something else. And the name Steve wanted call. It was Flinders fruit and veggies for social change. It's catchy. Kinda rose off the tone. So so that kind of tells you where we're coming from. You know, seems really so of idealistic lovely and listening to you both it seems like you kind of fashion Jerome pilgrimage, one of the things a pharma self took can about a is the challenge that we face is a secular modern people in access in spirituality, the need for connection the need for spiritual. Life keeps present in cellphone, Ganic, clay, and you to your wife tackle in that was to independently imposed of it might have been by your parents that go on various pilgrimages trying to live on breath and earn too. There was another family car mental. And only discovered a kind of purposeful community based business. So that was so why don't you got rid of the crazy name settled on? What was it? Happy. There's a pun. It's lovely tell me. What was we start? We started with a dream. We we it was called the happy pair, and we started to create a happier, healthier, happier healthier world and Bill community, which sounds like something out of Walt Disney put it was. I guess what we believed. It was it wasn't set on benched Ables idea that was a lifestyle. And I remember initially when we first started at a lot of the customers were kind of older older ladies in search of your cabbage turnips, they weren't really a pa- revolution. And then remember blowjob joke. Yeah. Okay. There's that better. I prefer it. Just as you would imagine conventional customers in the. Then after a revenue they weren't really a parade could. Yeah. Yeah. They just. Just beautifully said. So then then we decided we'd open the juice bar. And of course, we didn't experience, and we opened to choose for.

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"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"I'm pick and try to rewire it to positively partly because we don't believe that we deserve. Good things. Deep down inside all of this. We don't we kind of like me getting that great big some from Sainsbury's when oakwood how do I get rid of it? I don't believe I deserve this. And if we trace to focus on the good might seem like a completely fee point. But if we choose to focus on reward, goodness, and kindness and decency. How much different could the world look at even if that's just that only old how much different book. Yes. I think radically different giants amazing place for us to end. Our seeing you great like potential. You're coughing up source of wisdom. Hopefully, a durability me his drink. Good luck with your book with the tin finger politics. Good luck with not drinking. Thank you for coming on under the skin frankly, much, you've been really, really brilliant gase. So lovely to talk to you. I didn't know that you would be so earth and bright what? Nations. I think. Fine. Thank you. Thank you for listening to under the skin. Let me know what you thought you can tweet me at rusty rookies. That's my name. We've the hashtag under the skin or let me know on Instagram tag. May at true Russell brand. We'll buy into Graham stories though. Oh, I love those. You've got you've got to attack me in one of your body, Instagram storybooks, Steve Coogan, fern, cotton Yemen. Hari all coming up on the puck off soon. If you have any questions for them, Email Mia Hallo at Russell brand dot com. Thanks for listening. Remember to subscribe, and write this put cost and share we friends. Thanks very much..

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"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Is temporary and transient and the most important things all love and giving and we must be distracted by the sale all of the make sense to me that it would be that way. Do you see like I politically solution? Like, you know, you you've said you'd let's go to put him. That's a great idea. Anything definitely should. But I do you think the politics as it currently stands a kind of by a parliamentary system can access the needs for Nouri people coming experiences. You've added a level of local government more beginning to witness and understand now as a public person the nice successful. Local council. I've lived on in my lifetime that years in south end was a coalition that had alive later a few disparate lib Dem's and some independent councillors propping up from for the first time in about thirty years. They built social housing in the town. They improved the education system loads of schools. Go boosted offset schools because they were reinvesting in schools. They kept children's centres open the list of things that they achieved was enormous and two years later because south end has been a conservative town for as long as it's been a town. I think they the Tories edged it back in one one say and undid it all, but it was sort of to me that was a real. I'd always state we suspected though right coalition was the was the way to get things done. Because what you have is not one group of people adhering to one group of principles that they hope. Oh fast, you that's absolutely right whipped into shape. He's got a bunch of people. I have to sit down, and they represent a wider group of the town, and they have to joke with their priorities, and they have to discuss things like adults, and they have to compromise. And they have to do what's best for the most people. And that makes me think that Paul. Entry system would be so much more Representative if we had a coalition government was a coalition across the board. So set of a first-past-the-post system, which we have which is just so boring least testily difficult to ever make work for the ordinary person because of boundary lines, and who sort of nonsense if we had a coalition of of a range of ideas, and I accept that. That means having people in government who I may not agree with personal politically. There would be so say that under alternative what's a co proportional voting proportional representation. We end up with light somew- Kip and pays riper there. We you give him peas and you like, but do you know what I hope everything that they stand for? I would never vote for the myself. But there are you can't people in our country. We can't just pretend they don't exist because just know have their views heard as much as I don't agree with them. Also, the of the influence of you end up happening in a bipartisan system anyone toys. Well, what happens is the people who would more bearable, Motorola, right wing. If that's such thing conservatives and up in dragged further to the right by the rhetoric to try to appeal to their voters and the same thing happens with the labor party. And what you end up having is you end up with these external slightly dog no steer forces impacting mainstream politics anyway. So I put them in the middle where we can say that where we pointed to the where we talk to them and stick it somewhere where we can we can all debate atler adults for them all to basing Erico chambers of the tonight, perhaps also we have an optimistic view of human beings. We have to some point thing. Well, they're ultimately people that voted for things that we don't agree with. They still have the same basic concerns. I still wanna look after their families. They still one of the cough their communities up one. And I think that if you if you if the best thing to do with people who. Oh, you know, a lot of the far, right? All right. We'll ever ROY the old dry about anything, ROY go. Is they go. Oh, whatever listens to me to give them paid in. So they really see what is it? Exactly. We're trying to say. And and then from there, you go will you take away all of that power? That underground power that Malta status that the Katie Hopkins Tommy Robinson and people like that have is. I'm standing up for people whose voices don't get hurt. You'll let to proportional representation system..

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"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"If you do that, you'll get discount, and I think it might be that this podcast. He's good at advertising. So everyone's a winner their these those were two really good theories. They on filing in the lack of scheduled television. Exactly for drummers lighten the gene ski because he was famous for ballet and. And leaping fruit drummers to things. He did. So well, and I think you agree with. Yeah. What we need to do is sit down and just walk scheduled television. Tweet about what we needed a real good honest decent villain in a soap opera that we can all get behind. Hey. Yeah. What if you things then? So they there because it feels like that conflict with KYW Hopkins was I wrong. Ri- reclamation of the of territory that you use to the territory that rightly belong to ordinary people. And it's interesting you come from that background of like working class professionals. I suppose you might say, look, nurses, firemen ex military people, you know, where there that come from project climate at time where they would drop opportunities we then a decent wage to perhaps you can turn ordinary jobs. And that means that your affiliations in your experience is that world Robin than a fear radical repurposing like of the we're talking about decent soldiers care about that stuff. Yeah. That sanctimony and that poppy wear just a way of imposing so patriotism as in the nation as the bedrock for elitism in power as opposed to the nation is all of us and belongs to all of us equally. So you really hit something their food dot com. Look could leadership qualities. Thank you. What are you gonna do about Al booze? Then well acquit. Nokes that ROY away. Right. Because it was it was ROY looks drink. Well, because the how long you been going on finally something. I was I was just Trump to the public. I I was a single woman the dalwin something Ida put down spayed invite Paul the Groucho. And now he's like. Yeah. Hope better better terrible things. And yeah, me too. And and I found myself in situations where I was in rooms see famous people and people would go what do you do? And I I'm not very comfortable. I. Blackie on I work for a year. I'm calling on this past fear. But of social anxiety. So why would drink at policies because he's handed around you say, I would just neck a couple of drinks and be like right now, I feel more confident now bets version of me a throwback. I belong in this time south end, you're drinking in really. Roy in do not drink him. Well, I started off drinking parties and then drink he evenings and then drinking for lunchtime meetings with journalists, and then it just became part of who. I was it was I stack she's always half car remains bit weird. Isn't it the when your living as a single mom? There's nurtured put you in the celebrity environment. Yeah. And suddenly, I've got to be slowed its type with it. And I started to then drink to cope with stress sorry to drink. The because I was anxious and it became quite a big thing. And then it got so point one. My doctor said to me, you know, I want to I want you to keep a diary of what you drink. And of course, we're doctor about arthritis. And I was I. Are you saying that my base is having an impact on why joins that nine? He's got some kind of also immune Cording thing going on that you've got from your mom when we're in the process of diagnosing it, but you'll drink is focusing the waters because we diagnose whether you're sore, and I keep because of a hangover 'cause you go three days 'cause you live is trying to catch up with the rest of your body without Cape. Dr if what you drink my deed streaky two hundred units Falco awake. The too many. I think of. Yeah. That's too many as possible. A couple of guidelines full-time. Thanks bye. All. That's right. Between Kim account show me into units precisely. And so I started cut down. So that successive. So I'd cut down start to cut down and start cut down and got it under control. And then we just went to walk into sleet, stall. Why did you reach that conclusion because I'm kidding myself? I was gonna what so right now when you drink can fifty units weighed her so right now because I have two days of league, unless nothing's we congratulate you don't you know, what.

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"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"And and then my blog just exploded and the Daily Mirror did a pace on me that this is a mom who only has ten pounds away. And we're going touch wood, you write a cookbook on it. Now. I was like, no. Kassy's? Hi, we see your life is atrocious. But you'll coping we book we could sell them. Are you? Just I call riot Burke. They said. We'll give you an advance. And I went whoa. Whoa. Handle. This is a job. Your from your job Anita job of trying to give up onto southern applied to a traffic warden applied to work at McDonald's. I applied to absolutely every single thing you could possibly think of applying things I wasn't qualified for thinking. Oh, I could get qualification. How hard is driving a forklift truck. Anyway. Yeah. Apparently pallets the I'm getting that full. Always just want. You know, I could I could have I was willing to learn anything applied to be a quick quick fan actually say these jobs or imagine a new version of like, yes. Yeah. I do that. What does? And another job. So I thought guy I could think I could fit tires drive a forklift truck. And pretty sure I can just ri- one hundred recipes down on a piece of paper and eight mound over. And so I started to write my Facebook. And it all went from them. But why did it and what you did press and publicity for book, and it was? I didn't have a computer this time. But I was too scared to tell them that. Because I thought that they take me book deal away. So only tonight. And I said them over one by one don't be late will look here. My fight in an Email and my head to to choose like is this really infuriated these one by one. And I was like a well, you say they say no competing, so just be sending them for my fired. So they claimed estimate penguin movie a law all moment..

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"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"russell brand" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"And now it's time for Jack Monroe. She wrote cooking on bootstraps as expensive like cooking. Look when you haven't got enough money. She's an activist raising issues about poverty and inequality in Britain told you all of these things. So I hope you enjoy I really really really love meeting. She incredible. Trying to achieve a quality within nine election of Calgary. Not successful. That's exactly right. We're in this era. Where turns out we were never the boss. Spin Neath the surface of people with more of the ideas that the finance on the street. Retold welcome to Russell brand. And Vicki Charlotte. Charlotte, very substantial. Acquaint? There was another one couldn't carry the move out dance. Pollute take, you know. Yeah. Have you paid an extra twenty seven hundred fifty? If it doesn't fit. Luggage compartment. Well, they said well, a wonderful way to introduce you Jack Monroe to under- the skin. I'm a fan of yours, your cooking and your ethos. And now, I've spent more than twenty seconds in your focused company of your entire being even though I'm sure as a complex human you have negative dockside as we do seems to be mostly. I totally nominative. You thank you for bringing me some bread took me through these like now what your most famous for. I think is for cooking in a way that meant to be accessible for people not cooking as of ornamentation or is a privilege for cocaine as an assessing, basically, I tried to encourage people to cook the very best food that they can with the very least that they've go. Symbol manner. Yeah. Since the the best that you can manage with the lace, ego and bread is one of my cornerstone things, I think pay be according to Stein. All of that. Covington the into stuff. Wait. Sorry. Chest infection, which is unhelpful. So grateful for the distance between us. Yeah. So bread is one of my cornerstone things that is I think people say making bread, it's being elitist. And quite oh, I don't have a bread maker. He was ice midnight. We don't need a bread, Mike, you've got hands. If you Hans work he can make bread you can make bread out flour and water little biggies. And and it's something that I think has become very middle class, very aspirational. And actually his something we've been doing since the dawn of time on their bells wrongly. Yeah. So don't break some Britain. And so it's it's also for me. It's a stress reliever. So it's really good skill to have. If you find yourself getting angsty anxious service of grouchy about the state of the world. Eternal news. Everything's awful. And there's may political to pasta into the kitchen. Pray pray. Pray bang bang. Bang bang bang off you so much better already. Braid? Pens out. Exactly, ten minutes of punching the crab house of these just a good bread is brilliant, and it so unfairly maligned rely all carbs about. And I'm not I am made of Calzado about. Do you think that what you're saying about bread could be extrapolated into? An understanding of our modern detachment from sort of self care a lot we don't know outer men to car anymore because this overlake tricks in the way, we don't know how to buy bread, you know, we've become so of ought passively unit. Yeah. I think that this. I think there's really something in that. I think that making him bread is a really powerful way of looking off yourself. So really powerful self tool. It's to me as I use it when angsty anxious a bit wound up I use it to physically de-stress. I mean, my shoulders Moyal if you need bread properly they will hurt afterwards. It's a proper, physical workout. But also, it's really simple. It's an act of love to yourself. You can take these ingredients that you would not want to eat on their own spoonful of flour and a teaspoon of yeast and turn them into something. That is ultimately one of the greatest things you can have the noise hope loaf of bread fresh from the oven toasted. Smooth BUSTER terrible. Yeah. Stuff in your mouth donkey, and you make it into a sandwich..

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