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The Masters: Justin Rose digs deep to regain lead
"Justin rose shoots an even par seventy two to maintain the lead here at augusta national. He's followed on the leaderboard by will Taurus and brian harman one shot back of the leader at six under par other. Notables on the leaderboard include jordan. Spieth at five under tony fee now in justin thomas are both at four under some superstars. Missed the cut friday including westwood rory mcilroy and defending masters champion dustin johnson. We'll discuss each of those players day coming up here on the podcast with. Nbc's jimmy roberts. The voice of masters digital justin rose was the thirty six hole leader once before here at the masters in two thousand four. The seventeen year gap of thirty six hole leads for him is the longest gap in masters history. But certainly rose hopes to finish a bit differently. This time around in two thousand four. He finished the master's tournament tied for twenty second and one other interesting nugget of information. There have only been five wire to wire masters champions ever jordan. Speak in two thousand fifteen. Raymond floyd in nineteen seventy six. Jack nicklaus in nineteen seventy-two arnold palmer in nineteen sixty and craig wood in nineteen forty one following his second round. Seventy two justin rose spoke with the media. Here's what he had to say thing. The thing is i was just joking. The fingers kind of heading towards the panic buying a little bit But did i talk myself on on eight. And said you know you still leading the masters and i just change my mindset a little bit and started to play matchplay against the golf course scratcher line on my scorecard and told myself as three down and could i go ahead and beat the golf course from that point on so i had a part in eighteen to win my match. One up unfortunately slip.
Houston Billionaires John, Laura Arnold To Give Away 5% of Wealth Annually
"Charitable giving, billionaire philanthropist John and Laura Arnold announced they're committing 5% of their wealth annually helped boost giving to charities. Houston based couple the first billionaires to sign onto the advocacy organization. Global Citizens Give while you live effort basically exhorts billionaire participants commit giving 5% of their wealth and legal cause. Are also part of a coalition of donors and nonprofits looking to push Congress to raise giving requirements. Crude oil
Houston billionaires commit to donating 5 percent of their wealth
"Giving billionaire. Philanthropist john and laura arnold announced they're committing five percent of their wealth annually. Help boost a giving to charities. The houston-based couple the first billionaires to sign onto the advocacy organization global citizens give while you live effort. Basically exhorts billionaire participants. Commit giving five percent of their wealth and lead to a cause. Arnold's were part of a coalition of donors and nonprofits looking to push congress to raise giving requirements. Colonel futures
Suspect Allegedly Stabs Man Multiple Times in Anne Arundel County Near Washington DC
"Police call it terrifying. A man attacked a driver, her son and police on Saturday afternoon with no apparent motive. It happened in a residential neighborhood of Arnold, a woman called police after a man who blocked her way on a road through himself against her car, claiming that she had struck him and then stabbed her 20 year old son when he got out of the car. Officers arriving on campus Green drives saw his six inch knife and a bloodied shirt, police say when he refused to surrender. He was taste but continue to fight. That's when an officer used his card to knock the suspect to the ground. 30 year old Theodore James Buffington had to be tased again before he could be taken into custody. He faces numerous charges. Stabbing victim has serious but non life threatening injuries. Sandy
Dangerous confrontation in Maryland leads to man's arrest, officer uses car to subdue him
"Dangerous confrontation, and Arnold, Maryland yesterday led to a man's arrest. And Randall County Police say a man was stabbed when he exited the vehicle to confront a man blocking the roadway. The victim was stabbed several times Police Lieutenant Jack Will and Davis Says the man with the knife refused police orders to surrender and was taste when you say so you fell to the ground, immediately got back up rips and takes her problems out of his body and his clothing and then true the night another officer used his card and knock the suspect down. He was tased again before being taken into custody. The stabbing victim has non life threatening
Tiger Woods out of the hospital, continuing recovery from car crash at home
"Tiger unleashed Golfer Tiger Woods is out of the hospital and continuing his recovery back home. He is getting better from serious injuries suffered during a car crash last month in California in a statement, Tiger praises the staff at U. C L. A medical center while thanking his fans for their support. Several golfers have been wearing red and black in his honor on Sunday matches, especially During the Arnold Palmer Invitational in the recent past
Landlords Struggling To Stay Afloat See Lifeline In COVID-19 Relief For Renters
"Relief bill passed by. Congress has billions of dollars in rental assistance. For people who've lost work can't rent and are just trying to avoid eviction. This could benefit landlords too many of them have been struggling to keep their apartment buildings up and running so some landlords are helping the residents apply for federal relief aid. Npr's chris arnold reports nearly ten million. Americans are behind on payments. According to the census. Bureau and stephanie graves. Is seeing that play out first-hand and she's a landlord who owns buildings around houston. I have a small property in town. It's about twenty. Two units and eight residents have not been able to pay over six months on and off. We'll get one hundred dollars on one thousand dollar rent grave. Says she's not a victim anytime who try to pay what they can and stay in communication with her but that means that she's losing money the rents coming in don't cover mortgage payments and paying the staff. Then we had the freeze in houston and the hot water heater gave out. And so that was a twenty two thousand dollar investment. We had to make with no income. And then i worry. How am i going to pay that loan if this goes on for much longer grave says a bigger property that she manages for another owner is hundreds of thousands of dollars behind on revenue with all the unpaid rents and covert related costs. It's
Carnival CEO: Cruise industry won't be back to normal until 2023
"7 90 K A. B. C. Hey, him. 7 98 A B. C. Pop radio 7 90 ABC News update. I'm Steve coming more than 38,000. Coloradans are without power as a snow storm continues to blast the front range, Excel Energy reported. Most of those outages. Aaron, the Greeley area with Fort Collins had eaten reporting outages as well. Currently all runways, a Denver international airport have been shut down due to blowing snow and poor visibility. It could take another two years before the cruise industry returns to normal. That's the word from Carnival Corporation CEO Arnold Donald, who told the financial Times He doesn't think that will happen until 2023 Donald said While caravan ships may all be sailing by year's end, it's unlikely his company will see revenues bounce back to pre pandemic levels that quickly. The cruise industry was among the hardest hit by the global covert 19 outbreak. Hey, ABC. So cow whether mostly cloudy tonight with lows in the mid forties to around 50, I'm Steve. Coming. Get the latest news every hour, half hour and as it breaks here on 7 90 K A. B C
Matthew McConaughey Says He's Considering Running For Governor Of Texas
"It is possible. He responded to the question about whether he would run for governor by saying it's a real consideration. Bernie, What do you think of the idea? Of Matthew Makani running for president. Well sided, are you? Well, I enjoyed interviewing Kinky Friedman when he was running. You know, When I hear this, I knew this was inevitable. I don't think you'll actually run. But I feel like after Trump became president. Now It's everybody longer. Yeah, Anybody can do it. The mystery is gone. Arnold Schwarzenegger becomes governor of California, Jesse Ventura of Minnesota. So, Yeah. Why not? Matthew McConaughey. What the hell? Governor that the good thing in Texas the governor. Power in Texas is with the Lieutenant governor, not the governor. Actually, we have kind of Ah, weak Governor system in the state of Texas. So you could be governor here. No big deal just where the where the costume and Where the hat and everything's good. It's a good gig if you can get it. That's right. $150,000 for not doing too much of anything unless there's some kind of crisis than everybody because nobody knows how their own state government works. Everybody starts looking to you and saying Well, you're the leader lead us out of this. And they don't matter what you do. It's not good enough. They
Beauvillier lifts Islanders past Bruins 2-1 in shootout
"Anthony Beauvillier buried the game winner in the shootout as the New York Islanders defeated the Boston Bruins two to one at the Nassau Coliseum Tuesday's win was the fourth time the owners had defeated the Bruins this season on home ice in the aisles to remain undefeated in regulation on Long Island Brock Nelson had the islanders only goal in regulation and semi envelope off made thirty two saves David Pasternak at Boston's only goal Tuesday was the room third loss in their last four games Christian Arnold Uniondale New York
Barzal shines as Islanders beat Sabres for 4th straight win
"The islanders scored four goals in the second period to a race of one nothing deficit and defeat the Sabres five to two it was a highlight reel worthy goal for Matthew bars all that open the floodgates as cal Clutterbuck Brock Nelson and Scott may feel each found the back of the net unders Lee added the final goal in the third period Lee credited Basel's goal with energizing the bench in the second sets the Wade party scored that goal I think and I mean we've seen him do stuff like that all the time especially this year he's got a few pretty highlight reel goals but I mean that's just it's high level hockey right there the win helped extend the under control of the east division lead and move their home record to nine into the loss of buffalo six in a row Christian Arnold Uniondale New York
Liverpool's Mountain to Climb
"The big game in the premier league today. It was liverpool against chelsea liverpool. Losing one nil. They've now lost five straight home league games for the first time in club history. Stevie nickel how has it come to this. Oh my goodness well as being a slippery slope I remember sitting here. What thirteen games ago liverpool. It's operatives league they had west brom coming up at newcastle coming up. They had only coming up. And we're talking about who's gonna stop liverpool routine in this tale. Thirteen games live like the forgotten how to play a front three. It destroying any defense was from can seem t- holiday short and i mean one show on goal today whole tells you the problems liverpool have going forward and of course we can say is unlucky so only so many times defensively but when you've got an this game today to defend with experience of of alexander arnold and forbidden new causing the goal then you can excuse so listen a team that feting games ago was straightened towards the title has gotten to the stage where this is not a surprise. This is actually when the final whistle went today. I wasn't surprised because this team is playing like a team that struggling as getting results like a team struggling and guess wha the struggling and is going to continue. I don't see an end to done given the problems that they have indefens- should club using more pragmatic approach. Not really. i agree with stevie exactly the same when they add west brought new castle after the seven zero win against crystal palace all it would move in weeks for liverpool. Thought stride clare. We can't keep blaming injuries because defensively it's never really been a problem. Little put off the power from man. City it's offensively where you start now live you. Think they all shot-shy the top end of the pitch. There's no confidence whatsoever. Most salga dragged off tonight Shutters huckabee rush back for beano to be rushed. Saudi-omani doesn't the same laugh. You can't reach them. What he does in terms of he's linka play but all of that's just not enough at the moment and liverpool. And i think you heard in new york and companies pressed hartford's afterwards. He looked absolutely shot. Looked deflated yoga club. The players the fans. I think they just want this season because a sudden it's disaster
FDA panel endorses Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine
"In the United States, a step closer to having a third Corona virus vaccine, an FDA panel Endorsing the vaccine from Johnson and Johnson more now from ABC News. No third Corona virus vaccine yet, but it's one step toward a final. Okay. A Food and Drug Administration panel of independent experts has just voted unanimously to recommend the single dose. Johnson and Johnson vaccine be okayed for emergency use. Dr Arnold Montel, with the panel's vote on what they consider based on the totality of scientific evidence available Do the benefits of the Dancing's covert 19 vaccine outweigh its risk for use and individuals 18 years of age and older. The full FDA will now review the recommendation and could announce it's decision as early as tonight, and shipments of a few million doses could begin as early as
Interview With Mark Arnold
"Walk in the show. Thank you absolutely glad to be here all right. So that was a tongue twister of a title the vp of digital customer experience at point next service which is a hewlett packard. Enterprise line of business. Tell the audience. What exactly is point next service. Absolutely so hewlett packard. Enterprise offers a variety of products and as a offerings into the marketplace. Endpoint next is actually support inservice arm of the company so everything we do is focusing geared towards enabling customers to run their it infrastructure from a support and service perspective and so with that said diving a little detail like give us a use case of win. A business would call on your lean on you to implement or develop. Were handle something for them. Absolutely so for us. We view our customers. Everything from small medium business all the way up to fortune ten companies and as these companies are making their it infrastructure decisions and then implementations as well as even the management and operating of those environments point next is able to step in and support the customers through that journey and then as a customer is if they're managing an environment themselves. We provide that level. One two three support for them should they run into any problems in their environment as well and then when it comes to the digital customer experience side of that so customer experience is used quite often in the tech industry where it's actually in the every industry right people always talk about. What is the customer experience. What's the digital customer experience. We've had clients that sell direct to consumer shoes talk about how they wanna make sure. Their website integrates nicely there skews when a customer purchases or when gets on the line for service help they all consider that part of the customer experience. Is there a specific domain in your world where you're the vp of customer experience. Where you're focused on inside of this digital services offering at a great question so as we've approached this it's really been from customer view and we've looked at how we can transform the way our customers engage with us as the business traditionally support business has been managed in one wanted two ways. It's either a face to face situation. Where a customer has a representative where there is actual face to face interaction. there's an onsite presence or there's an element that's a remote delivery side. What's your typical type call center or technical solution center. Where if a customer has a problem they call in and get that support the landscapes changing and our customers really just want that digital capability to self solve to self serve and own their own future. So what we're doing on the digital experience side is looking at our portal environment our social forums even looking into mobile applications where we can create a true environment. Our customers can operate. Add an end to end platform. That's integrated that has elements of a layered through it and at the same time. Has a seamless connected back to our telephony infrastructure so from a digital engagement perspective the costumer has the opportunity to choose when they want to engage with us a platform of choice and then as they work through driving business results were always there to support them not only digitally but also through our collective infrastructure back our global remote delivery
"It's time for another installment of on it. Store live here on scuba shack radio. And this time we're going back to season one episode two titled flooded mine flooded mine the premiered on january eleventh nineteen fifty eight. The show opens up with mike scuba diving. And there's a woman who is free diving with them. They're searching for a guitarfish from marineland of the pacific and that's when they encounter a c line who might calls a natural clown. He then says that he will be faced with a very different situation. Fifteen hundred miles inland where he's been called to investigate a mine. Explosion that has flooded the tunnels in the next scene. Mike is at the mine and he's talking to the head of the mind. Mr graham mr graham explains that the explosion killed thirty miners and he needs mike to determine the extent of the flooding. Mike tells mr graham that he can go thousand yards into the tunnel with his cylinder. Graham asks him what it's going to cost. Mike says we'll talk about that later. Now mr graham calls in bill henderson. Who's going to help mike. Bill tells graham that he sorry about his boy who was killed in an explosion. The scene shifts to mike being lowered into the mine in his full scuba gear with miner's helmet on he says he's been all seven seas on six continents but has never been in a mind before and never wants to be in want again as bill and mike or making their way through the mine. Bill tells mike not to touch anything. It's a tight squeeze and mike accidentally kicks a beam. That causes a bit of a cave-in. Well they finally make it to the water mike. Mike looks at his watch. And it says three twenty and he tells bill that he has forty minutes of air. Bill asks mike. What can you do if he doesn't make it back in time to which mike replies. Nothing bill tells mike. He's got a dangerous job now. Under the murky water. Mike is feeling his way along slowly carefully when he hears some noises. He doesn't know exactly what what they are but he sees a light at the surface and when he surfaces up he discovers to miners trapped in an air pocket barely breathing. Mike shoves the regulator in their mouth and smacks them starts yelling at them to breathe now the dilemma. How to get them out. There's no time to go back for another long. He can only take one out but who they draw. Rocks smallest rock stays the guy. Mike is taking out. Can't swim and he needs wait. So they load his pants with rocks mic shows. Them how to buddy breathe gives him as masks and off they go but not for long. The minor panics. Takes mike's knife and starts to fight with them. Mike drops might drops his light and gets to panic. Diver back to the air pocket. Mike goes back down to get his late and then he comes up and tells the minor to get some rocks. He's taken him out. This time keeps his mask and things go smoothly. We then see bill looking at his watch. It's four pm. Whereas mike suddenly bill sees the light. And mike comes up with the minor. It's been workman. Mike needs to go back but he doesn't have enough air and there's not enough time to go out in the mind for another tank. What can they do. Just an mike spots a welding torch where there's a torch there's oxygen tank has the same valve as regulator. What luck but mike need some tools to complete the rig now. He needs to go back down underwater To retrieve a toolbox he does and hooks up his regulator and carries the o. Two tank with them as he heads back breathing welding oxygen. Mike reaches the air pocket and finds the second minor limp. But not dead. He gives him the regulator and the minor starts to revive. He tells. Mikey sorry that he was scared. Mike says that's okay. You just didn't have enough oxygen this time. Mike says that things went a lot better than they made it out. We never did get the name of that panic minor nor did we ever find out what might charge mr graham for those of us of a certain age or watch a lot of old time television. You might recognize bill henderson. That's hank patterson who played fragile. Arnold the pigs. Dad on greenacres the episode sort of ended abruptly when when it switches to lloyd bridges on his boat telling us that three fifths of the planet is covered by sea. And how little we know so join us as we go below with si-hun as we've seen in many si-hun adventures. You never know where mike nelson will be going diving next. Stay tuned for future installments of seon. It's still alive here on scuba shack radio
CDC issues first national strategy to help schools reopen safely
"Nation's top public health agency said today that in person schooling can resume safely with masks, social distancing and other strategies and mandated vaccinations of teachers should not be required before schools reopened. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's road map for getting students back to classrooms had been highly anticipated. But it's guidance is just that the agency cannot force schools to reopen. And agency officials were careful to say they're not calling for a mandate that all U. S schools be reopened Cape if they, Sam Arnold reports. The CDC released new guidelines advising that K through 12. Schools can resume in person learning if they implement universal and correct mask wearing hand washing and physical distancing. Cleaning of facilities and contact tracing notably absent from the recommendations were guidelines that educators should be vaccinated before returning to in person learning. The guidelines also did not specifically recommend testing for the virus as part of their strategy. The recommendations, said Vaccination of teachers, while important was not a prerequisite for reopening, according to the CDC. Evidence suggests that many K through 12 schools that have strictly implemented mitigation strategies have been able to safely open for in person instruction and remain open. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky emphasized that local governments should consider community transmission levels when deciding when and how to open schools in their area. With the release of this operational strategy. CDC is not mandating that school's re opened Thies recommendations simply provides schools a long needed road map for how to do so safely under different levels of disease in the community. The evidence cited by the CDC suggests that in person learning has not been identified as a substantial driver of covert 19 community spread. A New York Times survey of 175 pediatric disease experts found that most experts agreed it was safe to open in person learning with 86% of experts surveyed, saying they do not believe vaccines are necessary to reopening. President Biden, an ally of unions, has faced mounting pressure to stick to his promise of reopening schools within his 1st 100 days. Teachers unions supported by them for president, but say that resource is must be in place to fund all the mitigation measures recommended by the CDC. Becky Pringle is the president of the National Education Association. Speaking on C Span, she said that Wisconsin schools cited in CDC research that had reopened successfully were provided with ample funding to put mitigation measures in place. No schools that reopen there. They have sizable donation from a private foundation. To provide the additional resources so all the students and educators had mass. They had small class size and so they could socially distance they had testing available. They had people to do the tracing and they were working with educators to think about how they could bring those soon's back safely. We have to have all of those measures in place. Biden has pledged $130 billion to help schools update buildings by protective gear and enact other recommended safety measures as part of the coronavirus relief package he is hoping to pass in the coming weeks.
Study: Killings surge in 2020; pandemic, protests play roles
"For his part in a Wisconsin barroom stabbing. Margie Szaroleta. This is AP News. A new study says the corona virus pandemic and racial justice protests each played a role in an increase in killings in 2020, the National Commission on Covert 19 and Criminal Justice, along with Arnold Ventures looked at crime rates in 34 cities. There was a 30% spike in homicides compared to 2019, the study's lead author says the pandemic forced police officers off the streets. Keeping them from interacting with the community. Homicides
Study: Killings surge in 2020; pandemic, protests play roles
"A new study says the corona virus pandemic and protest played a role in an increase in killings in twenty twenty the National Commission on Colbert nineteen and criminal justice along with Arnold ventures look at crime rates in thirty four cities there was a thirty percent spike in homicides compared to twenty nineteen the study's lead author university of Missouri St Louis criminologist Richard Rosenfeld says the pandemic forced police officers off the streets keeping them from interacting with the community Rosenfels home city was among those study and among the most violent St Louis recorded two hundred sixty two killings last year homicides rose in twenty nine of the thirty four cities studied the increase was steepest after the death by police of George Floyd in Minneapolis I'm a Donahue
"s arnold" Discussed on Ghost Town
"On the afternoon of december twelfth nineteen ten new york city was busy crowded alive a bustling usual except for one thing. A famous beautiful heiress had vanished in broad daylight. This is the story of the disappearance of dorthy arnold. Dorothy harriet camille. Arnold was born the second of four children of perfume. Importer francis rose arnold and his wife mary. The arnold side came from william brewster who came to america on the mayflower claim to fame. Dorothy was the second oldest. She had an older brother john and two younger siblings. Dan and margery. Arnold father was a harvard university graduate. He was the senior partner of f. R. arnold and co a company that imported quote fancy goods think perfumes luxury beauty items stuff that now a lot of people at the time could afford the were incredibly incredibly wealthy and very imbedded in. New york's elite society. They were listed in the new york city social register and enjoyed pretty much every privilege. One might have in new york at the time as a teenager. Dorothy went to velten school for girls which was a private school in the upper west side preparing rich new york. Young ladies for fancy women's colleges which is exactly what dorothy did. After velten she went. To bryn mawr college where she got a degree in literature and language. Dorothy is greatest. Passion or dream was really to become a writer so when she graduated in nineteen zero five. Dorothy move back into her parents home and got to it naturally. Her parents were more focused on her getting married and less thrilled that she wasn't doing that and wanted to write in the spring of nineteen ten. Dorothy submitted. a short story to mcclure's magazine. It was rejected and dorothy family. Pretty much like tore her a new one very very mean very maybe appropriate for the time but just like a lot of really bad ridicule for someone who again as a woman wouldn't of had an easy time in that career to begin with dorothy to her credit refocused and double down on her budding writing career of setting up a po box to secretly correspond with publishers and avoid her family's scrutiny around writing. Dorothy also asked her father if she can get an apartment in greenwich village so she could concentrate on improving her writing but he rejected that idea. Very quickly quote. A good writer can write anywhere. He said sure that fall. Dorothy submitted another story to mcclure's which also was rejected. She was pretty upset about the second failure. And when she disclosed the news to her friends and family again they were really really harsh and teased her and judged her for it. On december twelfth nineteen ten. Dorothy told her mother she was going out to buy. Address versus marjorie is coming out party. Debutante ball thing. According to the arnold family dorothy with had approximately twenty five to thirty dollars cash in her possession which is around seven hundred dollars today. Give or take. I'm not great with conversions. But it's a fair amount of money. She wore a tailor-made blue coat. A straight cut skirt and an ornate. Black velvet hat adorned with two white roses and a pale blue lining. She carried a large fox. Muffed warm her preparing her for the cold new york afternoon. So very get very upscale very fashionable very very moneyed daugherty's mother offered to go with but she declined her mother was ill. Dorothy was fine going alone. She said goodbye and walked out of her house. Dorothy i stopped at park until ford store on fifth avenue where she bought a box of chocolates. She then walked to burn tahoe's bookstore where she bought a book of humorous essays. Called engaged girl sketches by. Emily calvin blake. She left brittan oser on two pm. Ran into a friend. Gladys king gladys. Dorothy appeared. Happy that she seemed genuinely said from marjorie his debutante party gladys had to go meet her mom at the waldorf-astoria because of course she did and dorothy told gladys that she was going to take a walk through central park king last saw arnold twenty seven th street shortly before two pm where she turned to a goodbye for a second time again. She seemed really happy. Normal cordial social as one newspaper remarked. She disappeared from one of the busiest streets on earth at the sunniest our brilliant afternoon with thousands within sight and breach men and women who knew her on every side officers the law thickly strewn about her path.
"s arnold" Discussed on The Authority Project
"All right, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls be sterilized and turn your ears. If that time again, we are lived with another episode of The Authority project. It's the video podcast streamed on Facebook YouTube Twitter and Periscope where we talk to digital marketers business coaches and creators of all kinds of jobs. They built Authority in their field and how you can mimic their success developing Authority building your audience and attracting better clients to your own business. Now without further Ado. Let's bring to the virtual stage your host Brian s Arnold. All right, and we are in the building today on a labor day. We still get we still got work to do. We still.
"s arnold" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Nick. Being hard on myself. Recognizing that comes from an inherited patriarchy white supremacy that came. By your European ancestors at the blessing of Pope Nicholas v Fourteen do that, said Oh take if you are white and Christian and male. You're allowed to take anything that is not owned. Her our land by another white Christian male. You're invincible. Had the right and you're entitled to it. All and I have hundreds of years of that behavior that I have to break inside of he as it applies to. My own personal behavior is let alone how on acting public way. Oh. I'm immensely grateful for that honesty and I'm and I'm immensely grateful that you wrote this book. That can really give us some of that history. Some of that data help us look in the mirror in ways that feel clarifying and also. Illuminating where we go from here because to me. I think a lot of people ask me when we have conversations as well. Doesn't that feel heavy? No To me. It feels inspiring to me. It feels illuminating to me. The entire point of being alive is to learn and dig deeper and evolve and grow and I. think that this is really. The most important kind of evolution us as a as a society right now you know we've got to be able to look into our past in order to move into a new kind of future, so I am so excited for the book to come out I'm so excited for the listeners to get to read it and I can't wait. This work is liberating. All this work is liberating. Are All and I'm? Everybody.
"s arnold" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Right and I don't know how to answer that been bickers. Tell their stories so again. If you look at the way that we tell the story about our history in what happened on the soil where our homes are built, where are homegoods exists where we'd go to get our? You know our skin even lot taste from starbucks. That's not new. That was somebody's home, and they were intentionally intentionally slaughtered, so we've asked questions about our history. We have to ask her questions about our institutions like we'll could I may. Is there a better rate? Educate argue than I think what's been happening recently related to how students are being educated in their homes virtually. It's really challenging. This idea of like in school. It's challenging all the concepts around the institutions I mean. Don't get me started on higher education right now I really am. Not. Price Tag and how those very wrote. Rules are required to start asking her questions of our universities of our schools of our medical. Systems of our HR departments of. Maternity policies at work. Just clarifying questions and men is the thing that I believe which I can't take any credit for this Pitney because. The Lhasa for and most religions and poets have been saying it for yawns. Is What gun he said? Be The change you want you wish to in the world. We have to put ourselves under a microscope. We have to call into question. Our bias says we have to call into question how we're allocating resources in in ways that might be taking things away from the marginalized populations. We have to think about the outcome of what we think is just a no big deal. Vote in presidential election this. Me and I'm telling this to I'm speaking Berry specifically to American white women here. We have a power that US on a president who? Economically culturally and it's important to recognize that power, and then to figure out what to do with it, and in some cases it means being hyper silence right in some cases it means helping the helpers in being in an ally in advocate and activist in accomplice will break down in the buck the difference between all of them. And in some in some scenarios, it's what you're supposed to do with your vote your money. Question Your that you share the double sink Carreira titled Vanity With on Friday Nights and the jokes that you hear Oh. Isn't she hot? Oh, that's just bonding I know. appropriate. And so, it's our frontlines or in the room with us. You know the questions that we have one of the things I often example as being the the different behavior that I saw in very liberal progressive circles in very conservative Republican is that in some of the more conservative conversations women would very quickly say well. I have some difficult questions about race. That I don't know how to ask is a black or African American now you never hear that question in a progressive listening I mean hours and hours and hours and hours and hours even jog. Jog about race gender class. They're still not admitting that they don't know the answer to that. And I can tell you with certainty that we that there's no clear answer to that very specific question, so there's no single person who has that singular answer to answer that so this idea that like being willing to ask yourself. There was honest questions, and then going to Google when I first started this process in educating myself throughout where my bias is where I really relied on made very close. Friends mostly have colored help. Educate me and I didn't have. Bourbon was for them and I was like. Wait a second. I can just go to Google. The asked me. To ask the question about what's a politically fractured in there and because there's a tremendous amount of resources and there's a tremendous amount of educators that are rolling you shoulder the burden of that kind of education, so my. To readers and listeners is, it heals so broad, but it is so urgent constant questioning of ourselves of our history of our news of our institutions, just over, and if you sit in the position of ever wanting to know whether or not unicorns like per born pink and be comfortable in that constant work in progress. We can all push ourselves. In the direction to go. If everyone, listening could. Incorporate some things. Some change some perspective point. To consider into their daily life to improve the ways we show up for each of the ways we help each other conscious we are. Each Other's experience is there? Is there something that jumps out to you? There's a quaker concept. I was raised. quaker ash. There's a quaker concept of how we understand any given topic, which is our understanding of any subject is incomplete at best, but we should always strive for completeness. Sitting in a place of Humility and not. Necessarily, having to perform knowing. Or, being an expert is a really important position for all of us to be in right now. What's happening? More. In this country, arguably than ever before, not just Francis, chicken neck and the way that our cities are structured, but ideologically. Or just hanging out with people who think just like them, and it's incredibly dangerous and instead. Sitting in a place of knowing what if we reverted to the place, the forced ourselves to be comfortable in the unknowing and it in that unknowing and asking questions about our peers. Who are you know acting in very specific ways that initially we would be completely aligned with. Maybe it's time for us to ask whether or not that make sense until I think immediate position is I. Hope this is a this is a relief. I hope I can lift something off of your shoulders, saying. Hey, you're never actually going to know the answer, so don't try. This isn't a cop out. Go Watch seasons, you, tiger, gang. But this is like you're never gonNA know, sue stop beating yourself up that you can't figure it out. So beating yourself up solution of how to solve the education system or Medicare and Medicaid or Russia China relations like stop eating yourself. You don't know we'll get it. Just be constant student and ask the harder questions and Oh my God do not.
"s arnold" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Are men. And I will say this question about whether or not. You'RE GONNA. Stay at home our work. It's sometimes people push back and they say oh, that's that's socioeconomic. It's not conversations with women on military bases where. They're living off of a very nominal salary for their partners, and they're still opting out. They just make it work based on their salary. Still Women, the one of the most educated because access to our education system one of the most. The most, Powerful in the voting booth, the most well resource meaning American women, may all of the consumer decisions for our family. They decide the toothpaste are the religion schools that are are going to go to you at the when they start having children, they're given the pass to opt out of participating in reading the headlines and participating in things need mom. Raising your kids or you know they're there. And, then they. And I would take it a step farther. Argue not only. Are we giving a pass? We're encouraged because women are as you said. We're affected by this notion of children and other people's children, and if women are really up on the news, we rage, and we protest kids in cages at the border so if they can keep moms. Removed from the news you have less of a likelihood of an empathetic and enraged controlling the purse strings you know con. Consumer base swinging political group, so to disenfranchise women to keep women's saddled with so much unpaid labor in the home that they don't have time to pay attention to the news is an excellent way to keep us numb and dom and out of the voting booth and and when. There's two things happening one. There's very literally no bandwith I hear this a lot and Mike. I The I raised my hand on this subject. I sometimes really struggle to get to my news. I will sometimes, and it doesn't happen. Till Ten Forty PM eleven thirty when I get in bed, and I'm like well I could sit here in the news. I go to sleep because I only slept five hours a night a four so. There's a lack of access to like smart sharp quick information one. Too I remember during the molar trials. I was writing the book and I would like tap out for three or four days because I dive into a really deep rabbit hole, and then I come up to be like okay. So what's happening and I would have missed so much that there was a tendency on my part to be like you know what I can't catch up. Forget it. I don't I don't know what's happening I don't. Don't know the players I don't know who said she said. I didn't see what happened. On Tuesday soon now I don't know what happened on. What's happening on Thursday in so when that happens our instinct, because we're reminded that unless regaining as on task including being to date on what's happening in the news if you're not gonna Ace, the understanding on what's happening in this particular investigation, or what's happening around the world? You're GONNA instinct chilly. Chilly Steph out, and then you're going to feel like that's just going to snowball of I. Don't really know. I'm not part of what's happening around the world. My husband knows more because he's reading more news because remember. He's laboring for ten times than you are, so I'll just defer to what he thinks, but this idea that we can defer to someone's paraphrasing of an issue rather than form an opinion of our own based on the. The issue itself is problematic, and we see how it's problematic again. If we're overlapping in event diagram and we're mostly purple yet. We're voting against each other's best interests. The disconnect is literally costing human lives, and it's costing lives of women, and it's especially costing lives of women of Color, so curious looking at all of this. Where do you see after this entire listening tour after writing this book and I know a lot of the. Calls to action in the things to do in the illuminating data is in the book, and I do all of the listeners to get a copy and you know. Maybe we'll all read it together. We'll book. Climate will do something, but I wonder where you see the ability for us as white women to move to make change to wake up to the dissidents and shorten or close those gaps. Where where do you see it a couple of places so in light of the work in progress pug house. There's so much work that has to happen on the psyche. The behaviors, the thoughts of American white women that if we start doing if we start raising her hand to do that kind of work on ourselves, we will inherently start to be making change and what I mean by. That is I think the most important. Tactic and the stance that we all have to take. Is that of the inquisitive three year old and I reference my daughter ever in the book often because when I was writing, it is when she first met. A Unicorn and we spent a tremendous amount of time. Bathing do UNICORNS like pink or purple, better, and recognizing that that's a circular conversation and debate that might. Might not ever have an outcome. There are so many debates that are comparable to that i. e when does life I began in the womb, and whether or not you know where what happens related to abortion or not abortion, and again that conversation is very much connected you women's control over their bodies, so I'm not trying to minimize the tobacco, but the idea is that. There are so many different types of circular conversations can be had that. We have to be willing to step into that that performance of asking really hard questions, so I find myself and the Pacific things I offer. Women are as when you're in the country club when you're at the line when you're at the water cooler at work is when you hear something. Be It a inappropriate jokes or a statement Democrats when it come and take your guns. Ask Hard questions asked posing questions. Don't show up with like lots of statistics about how. Any of that information is off. Just start asking questions about. Oh, where did you get that information? Oh, that's really interesting. Does that Ben Decrease the state of what's happening in our classrooms with guns? Oh tell me more about that I want to hear more about your your your understanding, your position of this particular subject and the idea that like me have to be willing to ask questions of our history, right? It's one of the really important in the book. Is that I in chapter three I really dive into our understanding of one of the most revered presidents in history. If, I, ask you the question. WHO's the most revered American President? Who would who's at the tip of your tongue? Abraham, Lincoln, Lincoln is always the answer however. On Lincoln's watch. We launched the native nations genocide. Killing millions of this country's original inhabitants, and the number is anywhere from one million indigenous to a hundred twenty million and I'm really not qualified to decide what number it is to determine whether or not it was or wasn't genocide and I don't use that term lightly. The bottom line is is that we all revere this one individual yet. He launched a genocide. That completely wiped out. Culture is diverse is the Chinese to the French. That had occupied this laying on. Revere him because we revere the one good thing we've been taught since we were little that he did. Rial, we it's. It's the adage of if it's always the hunter who tells the story, the Lion I know. helsing. So they hate themselves in the best light possible, that's right and I it's one of. A phenomenal scholar named Mark Charles. He's the one that helped me. Has Sort of had these epiphanies particularly related to Abraham Lincoln? Encourage you all this came out. He said to me he was really diving into this. bickers get to tell their stories, and he said I don't know generally what if Hitler One? What would be the story about? World.
"s arnold" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"As. Now this isn't working into when I look back at what worked when you were taking celebrities. Golick global issues are when I look back, and what I did in creating the television show where we took spoiled. American teenagers live with those indigenous cultures and viewers were like Oh. Wow, and putting things together, and there is no one doing that as well. Let me go see what's really reminded. These women so I traveled chew so many different types of zip codes throughout the country I loved it and I want to continue to do it. If you're listening. Anyone have listening circle I. Am I am totally game and what I tried to do i. It, it was very much focused on white American women, and I tried to take demographic and break it down into the most stereotype stereotypical at variables that cut so I spent time with like fifty year old rich Jewish women from outside of Cleveland I spent time with Evangelical. That are new moms from the south. I spend time with Catholic Republicans people all across the socioeconomic spectrum, all across the gender spectrum, and I asked really difficult questions about power proximity privileged things that they wanted to talk about things they didn't. I just kept pushing. My frontline still was Ben Stiller's today is ask those questions about somewhere in the contact being a citizen in the context of being Entry today, and it was that there was a total way. So what? What did you hear? What do you? What do you mean by the void? What were some of the things that you heard that surprised you? Well one of the things that I that was that may research confirmed with something that I had heard from other primarily academics and other activists like Robin to Angelo, the author of white fragility who has mentioned that White Progressives are extraordinarily address, and I didn't appreciate that until I got into conversations with progressive women who were performing in ways I used the term performing very intentionally, he were performing their understanding of the world and I cringe at this. In ways that some of the more conservative women. That I spend time with who always voted Republican. Who had voted? Who voted Republican in two thousand sixteen? They weren't so quick to demonstrate that day. Handle on their biases, so what I found was. A level of insecurity around. Self worth that I think is continuing to bubble up even more that this. Lack of conviction that there is it that you are needed? which is really really important to me? Is this idea that that that people and women know that we want them on the front lines of s that there is this I don't i. don't know enough who am I to make a positive difference. What if I do something to screw up? So there was a lot of that broken record pretty continuously, so that was similar. The difference was very much the humility that the different. Political parties were willing to discuss again related to race gender class, some of the things that were the most shocking to me IMOs shocking to me. Which is my favorite? I encouraged listeners. If you do nothing else after this podcast, except by the obviously is ask yourself the question of. Are you willing to fight for beside your kids or your family or your loved ones and asking that question in that specific way or Forced participants to really go beyond the obvious. And I I won't name names intentionally, but there was one group of women who were like seventy five years and older from. Virginia most of the AM up politically conservatives. My sense was that about twelve fifteen participants voted for trump. And I host the question why you willing to fight for your children and one of the participants hand went up real quick, and said well marched in all the anti-abortion marches for the past ten years. Amid strong prolifer, which were not letting that conversation get hijacks at the pro-life all pro-life, but this antiabortion activists had marched hurt for so long. And so fast or I feel like it's very important to clarify that you are either pro choice or pro forced birth. All people are pro-life. Yeah. Thank you for that posits good piece of each. So, so she said I marched on antiabortion marches for the past ten years in DC and Okay, great enduring these listening circles. I have a STOIC face I mean Oscar were really stoicism, and I said file that away choose continue to drag her Merlot, and and fast forward a couple of years I was posing the question about what it means to give back, and what it means to be an active citizen, and they were expressing their frustration with there, not being great vehicles to do that. which is something that I did hear pretty consistently and so I started posing the circumstance of imagine if there was a woman who. Who had two children with juggling two jobs found herself pregnant and decided she wanted to terminate the third because of limited resources Anatolia take on her I on her two other children and I sent, and she needed four hundred eighty dollars to terminate the pregnancy, but she didn't have it. This is a hypothetical situation and pose the question to the room. Would you help her? Would you slide four hundred eighty dollars across the table to her? In they all including this one woman who had marched in the antiabortion march for ten years, said absolutely, am I said, hold on pause I just WanNa. Make sure I have is cracked. You are an ardent. Antiwar activists yet you would sly four hundred eighty dollars across the table to a woman who decided wanted to terminate says yes, because abortion might not be for me. I don't necessarily want that for my for my daughters or Granddaughters. But I recognize difficult plate that this woman is facing of a life of limited resources in band West, and I said okay we'll. There's via calls to get her four hundred eighty dollars if you're willing to. Help you do that. She says yeah, but I don't I. Don't trust any of that. I don't trust any of those arts. Institutions shoot listed some of the obvious ones. And and so I had this moment of like. Wow, so the ven diagram of his antiabortion activists and somebody like me. WHO's buried pro-choice? We overlap like ninety six percent of the way, except for that moment of like, she just doesn't want an urban. She's okay at somebody else. Does it right, but what's so interesting to me about that? Is this woman does antiabortion activists would literally have paid for this Hypothetical Woman's abortion? But will vote to de Fund. The place where this woman could have gotten birth control to not even get pregnant a third time in the first place, so there's a there's a disconnect here between the ways that we want to support each other and and the ways we're voting. While and then but let me see if I can have this need for you. The reason she votes for a party that is anti abortion has less to do with the topic and more to do with her, not feeling qualified to make an.
"s arnold" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"What did you love about it? Watching wheelspin. When students are trying to process. Hard concepts about humanity, because of course I closed my door, and we taught off curriculum, and we were studying Jane Goodall in Gandhi and Martin Luther King and just things that I happen to have been obsessed with I, had a principal who, for good, or for not did not care what I was doing the classroom, so it like off to the races, and just watching them try to process. It an evil watched them find allieu and self worth in doing something for another. To me and I still say this is Russell with the education in my two children don't really care if my daughter at canal. The quadraphonic Formula I just want her to be a good person. And I said to the parents of my students at the first back to school night. I was like I cannot promise. They're going to kill their spelling, but I promise you like. They are going to have a global perspective. That's going to help them. Find humility and responsibility and I. Still I still those students all the time. I love. So teaching obviously. What sticks out for me in the way that you talk about teaching is that. It's so. High Lights. What's important in the formation of a wholehearted human? and. I think that. Our education system could certainly use some work. To teach us how to be in the world than to teach our multiple kitchen tables. So I imagine that a lot of those lessons be they you know full consciousness kind of awareness, top of mind, lists or more subconscious Aha. Lightbulb moments informed the work you were then doing at the UN. Well. What happened was I realized that my students were craving. This character based education. That the curriculum, the California state standards. Wasn't providing. And so I went rogue, and did it myself and again I am not any smarter than anyone else. Who is listening to this podcast today? I just SORTA. Figured it out trouble-shooting some potential scenarios in in and I realized that it was easy to scale those. Hainan education and I said okay. I have made nineteen burst raiders whom obsessed with even tried to make a deal with the distract, and they almost actually they let me do it, but I still had to leave to go to Grad school I wanted to travel with my students for like two first to second grade third grade to fourth grade just to continue to do this with them. And, but what I realized was the lessons that I was teaching them I could scale and could get to more students more quickly or more US more quickly and I had heard a statistic that Barney the purple dinosaur was in thirty seven different countries television show, and had reached eighty million viewers under the age of like eight or something like that and. If I can find a valid if there's a way to scale values based education which. Has shamelessly plugged them as. An on their advisory board and I think they're one of the best organizations I. Love Us me streets so much. Meteo and most people had no appreciation for the work that they're doing abroad. This is not just what we are seeing. on era in the ABC's which we are truly grateful for, but they're. They're teaching dignity and. So, when I realized that I was like a win second. Let me let me give this scaling of character based education ago and then I left went to Grad school went to you and started doing all this character based education sort of in in people, magazine and American women and then came up with my own television on took spoiled American teenagers to live with indigenous cultures around the world, and used one of my cousins as a Guinea pig for the pilot, and we went over to Kenya with the Masai, and she went through a modern day coming of age ceremony in in some communities in some aside communities in sub Saharan. Africa they circumcised women. In this one particular family in the community was razor hand not to do that anymore, and so they came up with A. A pseudo coming of age ceremony and rites of passage ceremonies are still important society, and I don't think we have enough of them and so I put my cousin brew parallel. Coming of age ceremony, obviously, both SI-, my cousin stands circumcision and shot that when I was a twenty four, and I sold that trailer to MTV and turn that into a television series known as exile. How do you look back on that experience? Now 'cause I think about our increased awareness and sensitivity to. Understanding our impact, you know travelling into communities traveling into indigenous cultures. Are there. Are there things that stand out to you? That really worked as an education piece of that show when you think back on your twenty four year old idea, are there things you would do? Differently I'm curious like how how does that hold up now? I don't know if I would do that again. I. Don't know how do that again. I have spent a lot of time with indigenous communities throughout my career, the UN and in research for this book. I spent a Lotta time on the DNA reservation also known as Navajo reservation and. In the role by primarily white people play in coming into their communities and At least for what it was that I did however long ago, it was for the television series. wouldn't hold up to my moral ethical bar anymore. We were there's there's this fine balance between educating people about a community and I was obsessed with the preservation of indigenous languages in the preservation of culture, also trying to find ways to wedge women and girls. Rights into those things with a really isn't my work to be done. Those aren't my stories to tell surely not to create a content and then to. Than on MTV, but I will say that entity has at that time had its spectacular viewership worldwide? In there were many viewers who signed up to join the Peace Corps which is a two and a half year commitment in rural community somewhere in the world to it's not to be bought at, and then there are other viewers who are like. Oh, it relies Africa was a continent. I thought it was just a country right so there is a huge onces from yours and then one of the other physical moments for me with regards to the show I. I was in Bahrain and came across a camel armor, and he was like Oh. You're American I just finished watching.
"s arnold" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"You're like on huts, I need more of that drug and so Jira I went to the University of Miami, where I studied elementary education and astrophysics, because at the time I really wanted to be an astronaut, and my plan was to go to Rice to go into the astronaut program, and I buy my junior year, I, actually in in being quarantined i. was going through a tunnel boxes town. My report cards from my grades and I found the last physics class I took, and I was like Oh. That's why that's why I stopped pursuing my dreams to space because I. Think I got like a behind this or something. And referring was laughing at me like that was the end of that and then. In undergrad I traveled the world on Peronist semester at sea, which was A. Phenomenal taste of fifteen countries something like that. are a broad Nine eleven happened, so we were in a couple of days out from Japan during nine eleven, and think my or stop. Japan is here, Shema, so I came from so it was like this very hard. I still even struggle with today processing what happened at home and then also being at Ground Zero of? The first nuclear bomb that was that was dropped in in human history and Tabby I believe the last and just sorta reconciling it and looking at there's very specific sorta spot in a park where they say this is where the actual rom rounded, and I remember looking at this I there and seeing. These weeds grow through the cracks. And in a wow, life was able to come back. Even here in life therefore is going to be able to come back even there in no matter why life will always find a way, and that's where I am at this moment in history, where I get very exhausted, unburied, demoralized by how we're treating each other, and I still always think back like life always I know a, and and then that took me to Grad School. You're like forced me to clear my cobwebs of my life and I. That I went to Grad. School at Teachers College and Studied Peace Education and peace education sort of unbeknownst to me is really the study of war so I spent a long time. Diving deep into all the conflicts around the world that looks like and what was the foundation for countries offering into civil war and I remember I referenced in raising our hands. Weaving grads all after talking with the Elleray does to. Children involved in armed conflict in parts of Uganda at. Looking at these photos of six year, olds being mean. And leaving Grad School, getting on the subway to go in and pick up my dry cleaning and having to reconcile the reality that that does exist on my watch even. I'm. PAYING MY DRY cleaning, Bill! And out records, and I still wrestle at that and I've spent many decades. Imagine sitting in S I'm extraordinarily fortunate knowing that I stand on the shoulders of privileges that were fairly earned at, but mostly I, and you know the state of the world into. It's a really hard. It's really hard balance, then they. Worked at the United Nations and we packaged a list celebrities with global issues, which was like the first time that that happen. How did working at the UN happen? How did you decide you wanted to go there? How does one get a job there? One does not get a job at the UN unless they're extraordinarily persistent and this. That I have for everyone again. which is this like believe that there's some ground. Hurson or exam or institution that is untouchable unless you have five. PhD's No. Days World. If you have an email address and access to Wi fi, you can rule all the head of a department. In other linked in full blown reach out and hit yourself, which is essentially what I did for many months until someone finally. Okay, you can come and do have an internship and when I say young people often Islamic like. How did you get in there, you? When people approach me to work with me. It's. Often say yes quite quickly if they come to me with the idea. Sixty seventy percent bait, or they're like. Hey I think you need to do this. This is how I would do it. This is the strategy the timeline how much it's gonNa cost in on happy to own a project that gets an easy for me. And that what I did at the UN I'm like I think we should bring more celebrities together with more global issues in great curriculum and see if we can go to places like MTV and create. Content Rhonda Mallika Court. And you did. So what was the kind of stuff? Because you mention no one was doing this. No one was leveraging sort of celebrity platforms and outreach. To partner with issues, so at the time, this was obviously. A new. Way To do. It was new strategy a new way to talk about impact. So what were some of the issues that you worked on? Child soldiers and Terrorism in Northern Ireland's so this is dating me bed. We did a great project. Jay, Z., Iran water and sanitation. He went to two different countries in Africa and spend some days. looking at what is required or use to have access to water and all. Education, we did gun violence. We did sanitation based issues so as relate landmines in Cambodia. Again looking at a bunch of problems, if I go back to the John on in the wheelchair, we have their this long list of social issues, and we all have to participate in solving them, and and most of them had solutions bringing attention to them. I remember when I had this moment where Angelina Jolie. Angelina went to Haiti with Y. Class and there is a tiny little article about it. In a people magazine and I was like. Wait a second. People. Magazine will cover Angelina going to Haiti and look at some of the the living conditions. There will wait a second. Why doesn't Angelina just go to all these places around the world? If People magazine more coming her? Often ought about. One audience ask people are s weekly. Very privileged well educated lovely intentions, well-meaning women who can do things to make the world a better place you saw that same immediately after the Haitian earthquake for example donate hundreds of millions of dollars to the relief. Find or same thing with a Su- Nami Indonesia where I kept saying to my colleagues at the UN y'all only because these issues are being covered, is the rest of the country now texting pledge when not or started coming out, so many are very willing to give their money and willing to give up themselves and resources that they have to help solve the problem. We just have to get an stories. I mean it's such a cool idea. And now it's obviously so ubiquitous when you mention having been a teacher. was that before or after the UN where did teaching of fit into the equation? I was a first grade teacher at graduated Undergrad, and it is still my most favorite edition, and I cannot wait.
"s arnold" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Where you're like wall album solution there. Yeah, you're like I. Don't understand like that's so simple, but as you get older and you dive into those spaces, you realize. Everything requires policy. Everything requires someone to make a rule which then allows for the decision making process to move down. You know downstream in the social system to allow for protections for a person like that man who is disabled to have an on ramp for his wheelchair. It's so simple unless it isn't there. And then it's devastating. Which is why you see this rise of. Youth, activists and women activists all around the world. Not just what we were doing women's. March Years ago, but you see in Sudan you see it in Riyadh in places that didn't. Place. It didn't have. Women to rage, and you also now seeing what's happening with the use when they're just like at, let me tell you the problem. It's actually from thirty thousand perspective it. It's quite basic and i. do think this moment in history. And yet there's a lot of nuances to it, but but asking the hard question of like. A potential solution be. Maybe the solution is like eating em. Gee, maybe it's further down down the road, but it exists and would have been found in this country. But. In working in organ donation industry for a while is that would feels like it might have an easy solution is actually way more complex than than one actually sets out for it to be, but it's because our systems have become over-complicated to begin. Yes and overcomplicated in ways that are inefficient, redundant and in ways that they don't need to be. That's right and some. Sometimes there's ways to gloss over Organiz where there was fifty, there was fifty two different registries when we started organized register to become an organ donor. They were state based, and they weren't communicating with each other and if. You're like well. That doesn't make sense. So there was contemplation to merge them all or a new auction, building a new one, which is a glorified Google Forum, audience with lots of hip apartments in. We had in meaning tech team that built. A stunning product, which was not just to go farm, but this idea that like there are things that we can. Just you know it fifty three you. To register his door Malinois. And that's like every single silo of the country. Yes, so you see your first human rights, violation and systemic failure in junior high. You're talking about the ones you were working on quite recently. I know that you move to Europe as a teenager inbetween, which is insane, but what? What happens after that? Because obviously traveling has always been an incredibly important part of your education, both in what you've been able to see and what you've been able to understand people see us. So I'm curious how all of that? Puzzle pieces itself together to take you on your path to go to college to be a teacher to be the youngest American ever worked at the United Nations. Like how? How does all of this happen? My experience seeing other people's in places and other ways of life in my early teens, coming out of a really safe secure, relatively standard childhood shook out. This idea of there's one way to do things, and that layered with Oh OAC problems that possibly have easy solutions, and while my assumption about the way that we should be living our lives. The way that I've seen my extended family build their lives. The way that the American blueprint tells us to build our lives. Might not actually be in the best interest of all, and that's pretty grand statement, but. We have this idea and concept of. American exceptionalism and entitlement as if we have all of the answers and we therefore need to find ways to solve them both in whatever it is that. Most powerful entity, often being governments, or a very powerful man with large cheques chequebooks tremendous. They must have all the answers in what I have found in what I started finding early in my life is that in fact they don't and in fact, you know there's a lot of discussion around like imposter syndrome, and are you really qualified to be in the position that you're in? An part of me is like no. Nobody's ever Paul aside unless you have this. Decade in. The medical institution to operate on Braids. Even flying planes. There's so many different things that actually think. Most people are qualified to participate in most solution, and and there's just this belief that there's the scaffold system that if you having continued to climb these certain rungs on a ladder that you're not that you're not capable, or you have no place participating and I think that's what keeps shown many. Women on the sidelines, particularly the most powerful. Demographic of women on the sidelines. So that answer phone. It, it does as far as understanding that you want to jump in as far as saying I I have the passion and I'm going to show up and I'm going to do this work but I'm just curious what I'm curious about your actual timeline. I'm curious about you. Come home from Europe and then what how? How does the rest of it unfold? Come home from Europe while I I came on Mexico's like. Hey, there's problems that need solutions and I remember that first Friday evening I went to hands with my best friend, and as we typically did on Friday evenings, and one of them was like. Did you hear recouped up with Travis and I looked at her, and I was like well I. Don't I don't care like I did three weeks ago I didn't care about these small tiny things that are happening that are just. Inconsequential to the comings and goings of the world, and so it it made me look my horizon just got rotter and the questions I had about the world guy that list just got wrong or right so studying like A. Little bit more crucially I was really excited about trying to figure out at next. Please go and ended up happening which I hear every day is I caught the travel bug right this second. You haven't experienced somewhere else and help you closer to yourself. Baggage Dupont perspective about your very specific class in society..
"s arnold" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Cannot believe my parents let me do and in sixteen. I now, what are you talking about in the summer for Summer School? What are you saying to me like? Eleven tenth grade. And then London grade brands, I mean it was crazy and sometimes dad. Like what were you thinking? He's like I. Don't I don't actually know I just knew that you were capable, I guess. And you went there for school. And went there for school. Schools, I, don't I honestly don't understand what you're saying to me. It's like you're speaking another language. I went. It was like it was it. Was Gonna Rob Program. I lived abroad when I was fifteen and a lot of the fifteen year olds. Today I look at that and unlike food. I. Would you lift in Spain by yourself to? Yes, so I went and lived in a small town on Barcelona or they speak. Catalan I went to learn stash, and I quickly realized after I landed at the airport at they. Don't speak sandwich where they speak Spanish as a second language in. In Barcelona. This big cats Alonso I was really in A. We're what inspired you to do this? Why why did you pick Spain and then France? You have role models you were looking at, were you? Were you in love with the stories of writers? Who'd move to Europe to be creative? What what prompted this? Why I think the best way I can answer it is. Very much couched in a lot of the things that I talk about in the book of what I had access to in what I was exposed to and Europe. Spain will call a Great Britain. People would just typically say London maybe. France maybe a little bit Germany like that's where the rest of the world was, and wasn't something that was like an nurses, other continent south of it in southern hemisphere with fifty seven other countries are. Let's talk about the huge. Rushton on men or Southeast Asia O N Central and South America so I think it was just like the only place to go to get out of my country, which in retrospect I don't have an appreciation or I didn't have an. Appreciation redan would do now. Is that it was part of this process of me. Seem my homeland from a foreign shore in what? In, hearing what people had to say about Americans when I was Yang has very much been something that I watched throughout my travels throughout my life, being like a really think of my Country A. What do you think of my people? A wooden think our elected officials or the reality television show that ends up on your screens. Yes. That's important. Spending is listening to people. Tell me what they think about me. The narrative that they've already pre assigned to me has been very telling well. Yeah, and it reminds us that everyone's got a narrative. Everyone's got an assumption. Everyone's got a stereotype and we certainly don't like it when those things are put on us. So why do we put on? Other people say so you. You had this experience on a class trip to Mexico, city. When when did that? When did that occur? And can you tell the listeners a little bit about that? Sure that's good research. Because I'm thinking about all your travels in the way that they affected you, but this the story feels particularly important to share. This? So I was when I was in eighth grade, I went to Mexico on a class trip and I was sitting in the back of. Let's say a fifteen person van and we were driving down. What wasn't a major highway, but it was like an eight lane highway in it was very busy impact and we up finding ourselves in bumper to bumper traffic, and it was unclear what was harding this traffic jam in as we into closer, the driver was getting more agitated. The people our left and rent it. We're getting annoyed in the people in the van. Come on, mom, we're missing. Whatever was missing? And, as we got closer to the bottleneck was I saw a gentleman on the side of the road in the outside lane, because there wasn't a shoulders on this particular highway in his wheelchair, rolling his his wheels incredibly hard with a tremendous urgency, and I realized that the bottleneck was being caused by this gentleman, he was taking up a third of the outside lane, and I had this thought of Labor. Why doesn't as a resuming by will? Why doesn't he just get up on the I walk in that next immediate sidewalk and. And I had spotted, which was ten fifteen feet, head of him didn't have an on ramp on the corner, and so I realized that this gentleman couldn't is a how he's was mobile couldn't get up onto the sidewalk because there was no on and as resuming by I was like Oh. That's really easy to fix. How come no one's that and I realized in looking back like that was my first human rights violation that I was really processing, because this man was in jeopardy and he, there was also a tremendous amount of disruption. Caused by the things caused by inadequate system that wasn't rowing. Get up on sidewalks, and so it sent me off on this row. There's probably a lot of problems that have easy solution like. On a sidewalk, and then if you think about the amount of people that benefit from ramps on the side, a sidewalks forget you know, forget the individuals who need them to get around, but people was hours or the elderly who have heart said they need also. It was sort of this idea of like Oh. Wow, there's probably a long list thing that needs to be done in the. Tackle and it's interesting, too. Is that sometimes as a child you just?.
"s arnold" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Do I do to be a part of something bigger than myself, and so from that moment in Washington DC when I stood on stage, look down at SC. Millions pink hats. And then later that day came to a television screen grid. Every city around the world was blown away by it to happen as past Saturday when I was doing virtual workshop, and I kept the zoom rsvp, the Zoom runes are only one hundred people, and like seven hundred women tried to live in and to participate in a conversation about white women, holding white women account of all, and what that means in so again everybody hopes is thumping differently today and we had access to. Information and we're more connected than we've ever been. So there's a huge opportunity and I genuinely believe it's a very short window like as in a couple of years like a single digit amount of years for us to actually hold the frontline and keep pushing forward. told the frontline and continue to push feels like a really really important. Call to action that resonates very deeply with me. Yeah, and I think one of the things that one of the ideas that I've been wrestling last, and as I try to answer a lot of these women in these conversations when they say things like I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do. I think that we all need to be looking for frontlines in places where we haven't traditionally so civic engagement for decades and generations have been voting calling your senator in recent years in in the sixties marching donating to different organizations, but to me. That's like so super obvious like next, please. What's the real work and? I'm calling. My reader and women who look like me and had similar life experiences to me in this country is juicy. We can find new frontlines to do. Civic were which isn't like. Oh. Let me go find another preschool to do not a fundraiser for yet. That's important, do it, but it's really hold ourselves accountable in examine our biases examine how we're making excuses for institutions or the men, the men in our life Out very much, thinking about our behaviors and our thoughts. As relates to the most marginalized as relates tour insecurities, as it relates to our role in world to though that's where the front lines are. As I always say it's probably at your front lines in a room with you. Okay, so we're talking today, and and you're in a place of perspective on the systems that we all partake in whether consciously or unconsciously. Where did this kind of passion for change and the desire to fight for others? Come from was. Was this in you? Always you know was was ten-year-old Jenna. Out There? Banging pots and pans. You know trying to call attention to social issues. Yeah, so there was this book I had I had trouble reading I. Was Eleven and for context for those listeners who are in the education space the. Average reader starts at around five or six. So I couldn't read for a while, so it was really passionate about finding other ways to engage and. Participate in subjects in school and there was this book. Is titled Three Hundred Sixty five ways to make the to save the world or to make the world better is some sort of environmental book, and it was like a brick in your toilet to displace a certain percentage of water, because it's like every twits. If you flashed on, it's extending water right. That you're being the. Pack that plastic thing that whole hands together until I would like I was doing. That destroyed a couple. The toilets because the brick idea doesn't actually make sense because bridges, clay dissolves and destroys toilets, which my father won't let me forget, but there were she like all these things you can do this to save the rainforest like that was the big thing when I was a kid with saving the rain. When can we just go back to saving the rain forest and so yeah, it was, and I do think a lot about why I was so obsessive about so many of those things because I don't I don't see it reflected in a lot of my immediate world, but. There's definitely a calling to. The resembling appalling that pulled me to a place of you've got some work to do here. I felt that to that that National Geographic. VHS. Of six videos, I watched the one on the rainforest. I think until the. Tape burned through. And I and I just I was inconsolable about the fact that it was being cut down on my parents. You know would just look at me with those sort of horror. Of what do we do with this child? Who Won't stop crying about these treat? Right, so yeah I. Feel that very deeply. To be clear like I do order. Online and I do have locked boxes shopping my front door and so in holding myself accountable. I'm not necessarily protecting the way that I would like to I. Mean I think again? We haven't really designed a world that. Makes it easy for us and as humans we need to create systems that make it simpler to live better an in better communion with the planet, and we just do because we can't. We can't be you know filling our toilets with bricks. As remember being very annoyed with you doing that. What? What were your parents like? Where did you grow up? What was what was kind of the the world around you I was. I had a very average suburban child I grew up outside via to an architect and a nurse, and I had a lot of officials, sports and I came from a huge family knew, and we spend our summers together at the Beach House, and that was always really important, because I knew that no matter what happened the I'd always have a couch that I could sleep on. There was always out safe so. mistake denied of extended families and I. Guess they're couches. Always let me jump. Off slightly more speak class and my parents I. Think probably you the same way with just like Oh. That's huge. Three R S. I guess we'll get her some tropical birds. For her birthday or like it wasn't they didn't and then when I was in high school. I decided that I needed to see more of the world. My Mom said it was always like you're a caged tiger array. Just show much for you to go and see in consume in eat. Proud when I was eighteen. To Spain by myself, which I.
"s arnold" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Hi everyone you are in luck. We have a second episode this week. I recorded this conversation with Janna Arnold a few months ago, but her new book. Raising our hands is out now. And truly feels more timely than ever. Raising our hands is described as a quote reckoning call for White Women. It asks us to step up and join the new frontlines in the fight against complacency in our homes in our behaviors, and in our minds powerful stuff, right? Geno is an educator and entrepreneur, any longtime activist and a mother. Ober named her one of her one hundred week. Leaders who are using your voice and talent to elevate humanity and over the years. My friendship with China has certainly elevated so many important thoughts, ideas and practices in my own life. I really loved this conversation and ladies. I am sure you will, too. I'm excited about. The subject matter of your book and the conversation that we're GONNA have today. I feel like before we get into it, we should. We should take people back a little bit, and it's funny because I started thinking about this and realized that I couldn't. Put my finger on it. I was like we did. We even meet I. Where did we do that? Do you remember? I don't even remember I just feel like you've always been here. I think it must have been summit. One of the conferences. Maybe I don't know actually I. Think the real first time that I feel like. I entered. Your world is. I think the first time we kinda. SORTA hung out was in Israel on the shooter on inches. An I was in on it, but I came to hang out with you guys, but then I also remember coming to your house for Johnny Swim. Concert Yeah at home, which is still on my top ten. Cover the best. They're the best. They're the best you hadn't. Happy about their success to show happy, Mother's exists, but I. don't know if I can think of like the first first first time, but I think I like. Throw the bone to summit. They probably deserve it. Yeah, I've definitely. I know was a was a conference gathering of some sort, and then we were in touch. Where we were in touch on activists stuff an yeah, it was it was really when we were halfway around the world that we got to really hang bright and I. Think what find happening that I've found. My professional career is like I just gravitate toward sisters the same. Tribe of women who are like I could sort of call and their emotions. Their frustration contributor, whatever has either at the same activists are has been there before they can help guidance and or like. If I ask you how you were, you could probably answer the same question for me right like if I could, if I asked you about the world was and whatever your answer was like, I could probably copy his that if someone else's. Yeah we were so lucky. I feel like over the last decade. Especially, a really incredible group of smart women have kind of magnetized. We've. We've circled up in a way that has been really motivating and also really healing because when I'm when I feel like I'm on the precipice of losing my mind at the state of the world. I I always know that I can call you that. You'll be like girl same, but here's why we're going to be okay. And I value that I ask. And we could, we could save this for later, but like I actually think that the world hasn't done that hard left. Turn that I think we're about to like I. Don't think we've actually seen anything yet, and it's. It's going to be snowbird. I always think about relationships with. Women from this family, which I consider you a member, and whenever I have my moments of being insecure or being. Confused or curious or often just raging I know knowing that that you are too and that so many of our other sisters are to just blows the wind in sails. Today I got an email from a friend who she very successful entrepreneur. You on no her company, and if some of her investors are trying to reorganize her cap table, and she's infuriated and I wrote her a text message Bacchanales like hold the line, do not. All of your sisters are standing behind you blowing wind yourselves do not do. Know and I often have to think of like not only my ancestors, and the good things that they did and things that I have to make up for in this lifetime, but also the women who are with me in this life standing behind me, blowing wind and myself yeah. And and we can't do this without each other and I think now more than ever. At least my hope is that we're realizing that we can't do this without each other without our tribes of our teams, but that we're all really on a big team together. And, I'm curious. You know I. Think about us. Doing a lot of activists work together about the the places that we show up and the people that we show up for whether it's you know. Marching together at the women's March, it's crazy to me that it's been over three years, you know. I I could really go down the list, but I'm I'm curious. Can you talk a little bit about the Organization of that the mobilization? Of Women in response to what's happening to the world, and then I'm really going to want to back up. Farther but I. do feel like that's kind of an amazing place to start. Yeah so. One of the things that I dive into in great depth in the book is idea at now is a different time in human history in that we can now look back at history. I ask more difficult questions about motivations agendas. We didn't didn't actually happen. Make really smart conclusions, both from an academic in a moral perspective. In also potentially apply some of those learnings to the future in that were more connected now than we ever been, both by this this concept of a pandemic forget the fact that there's a name for it in everybody knows it. That there is this sudden Mike while there are no boundaries and everybody is vulnerable. Clearly, there's marginalized populations and there's this internal what I like to say about what happened on. Twenty first twenty seventeen at the march, the largest protests in human history that every time I asked somebody why they showed up. They sort of stumble through an answer, and it's never articulate, and it's always like because I had to. Because something was wrong, and it's really comes down to this like mammals. Drumbeat that happening in our chests, phones of like are not no, not now I have to do something I'm not sure what it is, but I have to be in community with people who might reflect my confusion I M. My desire for a better world, and then since then for the past three years all I've seen in my research for this book I've done listening circles across the country, asking primarily White Women Mary. Questions, what are you willing to fight for? What stereotype about you is true? And at the end of every listening all? They're all like I wanNA talk about this more I want to do more. How can I get in the game? What.
"s arnold" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"You mentioned Dutch realized before it was that the biggest movie ever did. Why the most successful financially you I. I I had. I've had some other movies that were actually said open number. One obviously was gibb. Cabinet and Arnold is still Fred's Jv Curtis that. You'll bill Paxton. We were friends until name died at loved him so much. Such good experience allies deduce Goo were. Were very good friends and So many people from that but we just stopped bad. You know It was People love that booby any molds up. Bubis don't hold up necessarily you know I did do a couple boys Steven Seagal and and I love. Because the copier leaf with Anthony Anderson that holds up. And there's so many good people in there but I don't know that Steven Seagal and I we never. It was funny while I was filthy. With which movie was Exit was the cradle to grave. Don't I did get I did? Was the jet Li newest so also. I was so fat boyd out to be with. Jelly has jellies real deal. I don't know and our keys. Chuck chocolate. Yeah there were with us. They got to guy spar with him like they says they'll they go. Okay let's go there and he. He's real he hid behind him. He got wait. He's very small very fast behind. You do stuff with their fingers when he does this we. I don't. I don't know how to explain. The the type of a bar said that the jelly did but he he. He's choreographed like this wasn't were they. Were shooting this messing around. And he and he just. He's not a butcher. Obviously but it gets behind it just stuff to your body. That was They were like this guy again. It's you know I could never catch him. And then he hurt you in ways to beat you you know. Don't know if it's for the the Bruce Lee and I'd say stuff that I don't understand I was watching it occasionally. Just you know. He was breathing down. Because of doing this stuff. But the respect me because you were outside of the cage at that time and run up on the top and and We all worship worshiping gently kind of like a martial arts all-star movie. Earning seagull could lift his leg. That was the funniest part out. There he had up a little bit and he had to obey the best part is he coach. He would colored his hair with this sharpie. Like an extra. It's the beautiful week for Bob. But he's like oh no I will sharpie and then you know the rapper. Yeah he was and HE DM EXCELLENT. Oh what a sweet soul. He'd never done a booby so he did. Don't we were? He's like have a beer in his head. We'd be shooting in his dog's like literally just violent dogs at remote control cars. It'd be like my six year old side. Cradle to the grave and exit says the other one L. well add. They're fighting and they did pretty well at but it's you know by channel between Bax and Steven Seagal at one a place to be the music different music and you know I would change a thing about it. I got to do comedy together and it was great and so many of you know somebody great people that I went back to Russia. Couple years ago with a lot of the same people and Base of did some martial arts movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger Russia. So you know we run into each other occasionally so I I just love the diversity in the longevity of your career over one hundred and thirty movies but all the TV and the and the best damn sports show and all sorts of stuff I mean what is the secret to your longevity where you just you just have to keep working these kids. I mean the sports show that cable log. Somebody called. I went to one of these charity. Thinks that guy producer Georgia Berg said? Hey would you like to do a sports show? And I'm like Oh yeah he goes. Well we got this thing we We're GONNA try to Fox with a baseball player. Football player basketball player a comedian. I said well he got he goes. We got John Crock for a baseball. Go Oh I did. He was great. Yeah I love him. I love letter. I said but this all your last like six weeks. Ps Deauville and then you know lasted For me I think four years. It was awesome every day. I bet by idols. I I did have to be objective had journalists. I was sitting the people that I've worshipped by whole life as a kid and I was five days a week right. Yes yeah and I mean we did all we do. Is We have any rules that we got to experiment and nobody. Who's watching because it was Fox did have a real sports network types of we're on nineteen regional networks so it might arid club is. Ohio it at seven fourteen after the hockey eight or eight. Where else so they you know. Depending on what sports you know but it was so fun. Chris Rose said John. Salley Michael Irvin and Just a bunch of who are some of your favorite guests that were on there some of the favorites? Who STARTED You know who had a famous April fools fight Which is still the they still play is the best because it did is an actual fight. Well here's the deal. They call they say. Hey listen. We every knows on April Fools Day. There's going to be April Fools Jokes. Bullshit right the calls. Hey what I want to happen is I want you to Do April Fools Joke and say that you've written the Book Quebec and I wasn't on the showtime back. Then we'll walk up a book. Happy bad about the stray headed the other guys the show. And then we'll say April fools out real at At you Chris rose the host will be nobody else and I go. Well okay so I call straddle listed. He doesn't he's not supposed to. I'm GONNA go hard on you. This fake book. And then I want you to the actual fight but I tell the producers that we do this and they will freak everybody out Eddie goes okay which is great now. Chris does. Don't talk to him so so we start going out and I said Yeah and Michael Straight ahead. I go I talk about you. This book about how he talked privately about. Tiki barber. It's real stuff. Michael Standard Really Tigra and then go about the other athletes at the time is Rod Rod Rob Dibble and Rodney Peete. They're like well. You shouldn't talk about people go well too bad okay. I was really shady and and if I get started he acted really start to get a deal. He goes well. Tom I knew I go. You know care and then eventually Chris rose is a cultural he was going to say okay stable and then I knew ahead. Dag I stuck by figuring boggles jazz face and that he just loves the then. It's like Whoa. If you watch the playback they played every jump topic the other guy by the there anyway. Rob Devoid about three hundred pounds. So to Rodney P so fad companies be looks like I flip straight head down. I got him. He pretended like he hurt his pack out for the giants and my weight and everybody freaks out. They go to black Friday night. What happened is the booth dragged goes. Well that's it Tom. Arnold funding killed the show. He hear up jumps eight April fools and do your where he plays football. They saw him get injured. All deal giants David but it was so good. Thank you back falling Bundy but I ended up with a cut. I the crack ripped for those fucker trying to bring up the fight. Three hundred pounds quarterback Rodney. Psi Very Rob Dibble. Who Just Day Lunch Dhabi? But it was worth it. You know it's funny. I haven't heard that name rob jubilant years in nineteen ninety four. I was living in Knoxville and I went to Cincinnati to see a metallica concert and Rob Dibble was there and afterwards he took us to the Cincinnati Stadium Disease for the rest and he got to the gate and he just like on the as a call here robbed. We just go in there. Sure opened the gate and cut drinking on home plate pissing on third base. Oh yeah just just forgotten about for sure. Yeah he's a he's a who else did you get to You know I sat next to Willie base bags I B. I you know any big athlete at the time you know. Donald Trump Union show. I do I want to play. I used to say I wish the playboy bashful I'll donald trump and I was creepy guy. Because we went to visit his girlfriend when he was buried. I went with my buddy. Visit his girlfriend when he was very doing very so I was creepy. Guy Wasn't noted thirty years before trump. Yeah so there are. Obviously our friendship. Faded well we gotta talk about this because you've mentioned a few times. The the apprentice on the show depressed. I would dot do it. I didn't do the absolutely would do it. I could see An upside I didn't do that. You know I I was really with Mark Burnett to tie but and Donald. When he started the presidency started sports. Show you know. He did you think where he's like. Hey guys before you start. I bought here As a loyalty to Tom Arnold and when you say that it makes you feel good about yourself doing. That's cool but yeah hi beautiful girl. I but but but I would the birther stuff started with with Bronco Baba saying that he wasn't Delaware like he's like okay. Whatever your politics are Bronco? Bob's Beigey Barricade story Sir Eddie. What and it's over way. Come either go okay It's like a rich guy at college. Frat guy coming into your kager going. Okay Porbeagle. Nope NOPE got this. Your party does a cow irate and we start doing that I I told him because he's the type they'd be calling my house for me to do the show and offering me money and we're we're friendly up to the. I said this outrageous he's on TV. Say That Barack Obama was boarded. This is so races. What are you going to do about it and nobody today about it? that really was point for our country where people did go. Whoa can't you can't this. Is We get what this is. It's a conspiracy. Not what you adhere. It's racist and you can't to bake a bad to go. Hey you you little black man. I'm GonNa make you show your birth certificate. I am a big rich white bad. You know I 'cause I do want that was supposed probe Barack Obama there. I grew up without a mother in a small farming town and I will tell you this. If you grow your family's different at all is well. Retaliate Bronco Bobby. Sammy's for Kansas. I grow and your family is different. You will get picked on and I. My GRANDPA had to defend my ass as a kid. 'cause there'd be like you don't have brother his. Grandpa who looks just like my GRANDPA. I've seen pictures of you. Don't there's a story about? I saw about He sought which a rocket launch site. Which the Kennedy Space Station? He's GRANDPA shoulders watching his rocket cup. He has to say Oh. I black grandma. She's just talking about. How great it was. Grab show Dab well the his GRANDPA. He's a black kid of that little town he had to step up ago. And that's my grandkids. You've you yeah so I always felt this this thing and magic. His GRANDPA has logged yet. It his mother's Dad resolves trump's on TV say this mother can't go hold on that's my son He was born here. He came from me. Nobody can defend Barack Obama and his GRANDPA grow kicked shit out of Donald Trump. Right out for say buy grads. I grew up to be the president. Is How dare you I saw a very personal. You know think that's where we come from. You just don't do that. You just don't do that. And maybe Bronco Baba has to ice class or whatever to do that but really you. Don't you still do that for that? that Oughta just like that was the deterioration of your friendship from there. That's you just don't do that. You have to answer and it's also not just him. It's everybody else. Scher this like. Oh that's fine it's not. Don't let's take a beat. Let's talk about that. It's not fine. You dote abandoned mad because he would also come sports show and if you're going to be you know say well I'd You know he tried by football team. He says he says he was good at sports. He you know that you do to show as he can do this. The soul had kind of and he is a big dude. He's about his and he kind of would do kind of get up. All the guys cut shake dads aren't a and I always say to these athletes are. We'll tell you yeah don't don't ever cage so that it seems like we could take him because there are size right. He was small was a hockey player. So they have a Bajic and I always say this man that light shirts on and I seen it with athletes a million times. I seated with their sitting on the couch. And somebody will come on and actor. They'll play with and then they'll lose. I saw Michael Irvin versus. I love Michael Ever. I love everything I asked. You came on And we're throwing passes at at-bat yield some big countries big to any caught one. It got around the ducks up down with Mike Limited at I saw with Michael Irvin. He's okay let's do that again and we're on. This is a studio. 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"s arnold" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
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"s arnold" Discussed on Espionage
"Against the Court Martial proceedings after Paul. If he were to remain valuable spy he would have to retain the trust of his fellow continental soldiers more than that he would have to to regain a responsible position in the army. Although Benedict Arnold was still unable to walk he was forced to travel to Middlebrook Brooke New Jersey for his trial there he discovered a moment of irony Henry Clinton John Andrei Superior Officer and the very man Arnold was secretly trying to help head launched an offensive that call George Washington away from his duties in the military justice system. The Court Martial was postponed indefinitely Clinton had inadvertently prevented Arnold from being able to spy for Clinton Arnold returned home in June of seventeen seventy nine with nothing to show for his trip upon opening joining his mail. He discovered a coded letter that did little to improve his mood. John Andre had suddenly refused to make any strong wrong promises regarding payment not only that his letter tactfully made reference to Benedict Arnold diminished level of value to the British war effort due to his poor reputation. It's unclear if the British had vetted arnold before agreeing to work with him an only just now discovered arnold woes regardless while the British were still willing to make use of Arnold. They certainly weren't going to to pay in advance. Andrei wrote than Arnold would need to secure a conspicuous command and orchestrate the surrender of of several thousand soldiers at that point he would receive two guineas for each man who surrendered or about three hundred and thirty six dollars in today's currency of course Andrei must have been well aware that this was an impossible task for the badly injured arnold he he wasn't fit to serve much less to command a force of thousands Arnold took the letter exactly as it was intended as a stinging rebuke. Luke meant to make him feel old useless and unwanted Andrea must have been deeply offended by Arnold's arrogant reply demanding manning more firm assurances of financial compensation although John Andrei had a great deal of respect for Peggy. He wasn't taking very well tour blustering husband. Perhaps it bothered him. That Arnold was so clearly a greedy mercenary rather than a heartfelt defender vendor of the monarchy like himself arnold in the heat of anger scribbled out another letter to John. Andrei using Joseph Stands Berry again is a currier Arnold response was delivered to the head of British intelligence immediately but but when John Andrei decoded the letter he found that it was merely a shopping list for various types of cloth and ribbon piggy shopping list presumably presumably the message was clear. I may have things to say but I have nothing to tell you even though he was still massively in debt thanks to the loan he had taken out to win. Over Peggy's father Arnold refused to take Andre slight lying coming down had he been younger and more able bodied man he might have challenged the British spy to dual instead. He traded an insult assault for an insult predictably. This message caused a breakdown in communication between Andre Arnold which which in turn caused considerable worry for Peggy. She badly wanted her husband to follow through on his promise to spy for the British. Her anxiety only became worse when midway through the year. Hegi learned that she was pregnant. It didn't exactly come comes a shock. A couple had a very active sex life which arnold used to brag about in letters to his male friends but the timing was is less than ideal with Arnold still facing a court martial and potentially jeopardizing his status as a new spy by insulting John Day. Hey the expanding family was in danger of total insolvency hagey again. N. begged her husband to give Andrey some information that would help general Clinton but as seventeen seventy nine dragged on the prideful Arnold refused to reopen the lines of communication in December of seventeen seventy nine benedict Arnold's Donald Court Martial finally began this preceding was all about his attempts to profit from his position as commander of Philadelphia though Oh he was guilty of several of the charges. None of them were terribly serious. He was in no danger of lengthy incarceration or execution representing himself. Benedict Arnold mounted a spirited defence that focused almost entirely on how much he'd sacrificed for the country entry. He eloquently told the panel about the blood he had shed. He wobbled on his badly injured legs inspiring pity he ranted and raved about the dangers endured. It was a feeble attempt to gain unadulterated sympathy in in January of seventeen eighty thirty nine year old benedict arnold was cleared of all but two charges the improper issuing a pass to a a friendship and the use of government wagons for personal purposes. His sentence would be a public reprimand. Although this was a very positive outcome arnold was furious. He unsuccessfully demanded that the public reprimand be dropped. It was a particularly securely stinging punishment because the reprimand was to come from George Washington himself steaming and Ashamed Benedict Benedict Arnold went home to his pregnant wife in puttered around the house. He spent much of his time numbing his injured leg with opium and alcohol. Hegi soon distracted him from his misery by giving birth to a baby boy in March of seventeen eighty at at age thirty nine. Benedict Arnold was a father for the fourth time he had no means of supporting this child having served since seventeen seventy ninety. Five is an unpaid officer in the continental army. He and Peggy were forced to move into a small home owned by Peggy's father so that they could rent doubt Arnold's larger home and use the rental income to support themselves in April of seventeen eighty. The promised reprimand demand was finally published. Washington called Arnold conduct peculiarly reprehensible as well as imprudent and improper proper but as Washington publicly chastise arnold he was also to arnold surprise writing a private letter to arnold contradicting the very reprimand in it. Washington exhorted Arnold to exhibit a new those noble qualities which have placed you on the list of our most valued commanders. I will myself furnish you so far. Is it be in my power with the opportunities for regaining leaning the esteem of your country. It was an unexpected boon coming. Just when Arnold was at his lowest. The commander commander-in-chief was personally willing to provide him with new opportunities arnold mentally skipped over the part about exhibiting more positive positive character traits in his own mind. Washington had promised him a huge favor and arnold knew exactly what he wanted over the long months of waiting I for his trial and then for the reprimand he'd had plenty of time to think about and how he was going to be useful to the British without the use of his legs he certainly couldn't lead a large company of soldiers in the battle as has Andrei had suggested in their last terse correspondence but he could command of Fort and he knew just the right the one located in New York state West Point was the crown jewel of Washington's defensive strategy adage heavily fortified in strategically located along the Hudson River West Point was crucial to prevent the British from splitting the New England colonies from the Middle Colonies Arnold handing the Ford over would be a true prize John Andrei in General Henry Clinton Arnold knew it would take some work to convince Washington. He was suited for the command at West Point. It required Washington to replace the current Commander Commander Robert. How after planting the seed in Washington Arnold reopened his correspondence with John Andrei writing as if the command was already his as he waited for both responses. Arnold redoubled his efforts to get his legs to work again his old musket. Injury didn't bother him quite so much anymore these days with a little practice he managed to even get back on a horse. This however had an unfortunate side effect arnold briefly convinced Washington that he was ready for field duty over his own objections. Arnold was ordered to command the left wing of a defending force in New York on August. I seventeen eighty eighty he'd be fighting alongside Washington and his men just like old times but he'd be far from West Point and the attack Washington was expecting would come from Henry Clinton. The Very General Arnold was trying to help lucky for arnold the offensive offensive was called off at the last minute as if in sympathy to Arnold for depriving him of another chance at battle George Washington added a postscript to his general orders on August third reading simply arnold will take command of the garrison at West Point even though he'd been begging for this appointment for months reading the words came as a total shock finally benedict arnold had the resolution to all his financial problems in his hands if he could just turn west point over the British he'd never want for money again and all he had to do in exchange was betray. His countrymen countryman his comrades in arms and his nation..
"s arnold" Discussed on Espionage
"Benedict arnold was the last man anyone expected to become a spy for the British army in his early years. He seemed determined to become a great hero for his country. Rather than its most infamous traitor born on January fourteenth Eighteenth Seventeenth forty-one and Norwich Connecticut Arnold was a handsome athletic member of the New England aristocracy. His great grandfather also also named Benedict Arnold was one of the founders of the colony of Rhode Island but what looked on the outside like a privileged childhood was very different went on the inside Arnold was named after his deceased older brother and growing up he would witness the deaths of three siblings all of whom died horribly from yellow fever only arnold and his sister. Hannah survived their childhood following the tragic deaths of four four of his six children. Benedict Arnold's father became an alcoholic. He was rarely sober. During Arnold's youth and soon became an embarrassment to the family by the time Benedict Arnold was fourteen his father had spent much of the family's money on booze and other Kavala tease the result was that he could no longer afford the fees to the private school arnold attended forcing the young arnold to drop out seventeen fifty seven sixteen year old arnold finally found a way to escape the stink of his father's reputation he joined the Connecticut Connecticut militia and fought in the French and Indian war a seven-year conflict between the British and French colonies each of whom were aided by local native American can tribes after his time in the war arnold now in his late teens moved to New Haven Connecticut there he apprenticed himself to whose cousin Joshua Lathrop who operated a successful apothecary business arnold showed immediate promise the Leith rips business was successful zestful and quickly expanded they decided to add a general store which required importing and exporting goods soon arnold move from selling pills and remedies to organizing shipments of goods from Europe and beyond it was around this time in in seventeen fifty nine when Arnold's mother passed away forcing arnold to financially support his father two years later though in seventeen sixty fifty one his father died arnold only had one living relative his sister Hannah although he grieved the loss of his parents he was glad to be free of the duty of supporting his infirm alcoholic father he could focus on his burgeoning business but eh arnold grew into a prominent merchant he soon became frustrated with Britain's aggressive taxation of the American colonies the sugar act of seventeen sixty four severely curtailed arnold's ability to import molasses by imposing steep tax on each barrel worse yet the tax hike came at a time when Connecticut was already battling an economic depression furious twenty-three-year-old Arnold joined join the sons of liberty a secret paramilitary organization opposed to British rule. He began smuggling goods into the colonies without paying taxes between his successful business his work with the sons of liberty and his role in the Connecticut Militia Arnold gained a reputation as a leader in his community not only was he earning the respect of his peers. He was also considered a highly eligible bachelor. This pleased Arnold who often courted several women once occasionally sending the exact same love letter to more than one lady in seventeen sixty seven at age twenty. Six Arnold finally decided to settle down. He married his longtime Sweetheart Margaret Mansfield over the next five years. The two had three sons together when the revolutionary war began in seventeen seventy five thirty four year old arnold was elected captain of the Connecticut militia and unpaid but prestigious position he quickly distinguished himself as a soldier for both good and for bad despite winning most of the battles he engaged aged in it came at the cost of unnecessarily risky military decisions. He was loath to order a retreat. Even in the face of impossible possible odds in rumors swirled that he didn't care how many men he lost his long as his own reputation for bravery stayed intact which it did at least among those who counted on May third seventeen seventy five arnold was awarded a Colonel's Commission in the Continental Army as a newly minted army officer Benedict Arnold was hyper sensitive to any perceived disrespect leading to fistfights. It's with his own soldiers although beloved by his superiors including Commander in chief George Washington he was loathed by many of his his peers for what they perceived as selfish on gentlemen lake and even downright malicious behavior one man John on Brown went so far as to commission the publication of a pamphlet warning others about Benedict Arnold Brown wrote money money is this man's God and to get enough of it. He would sacrifice his country. Brown claimed to have witnessed arnold diverting supplies men for the entire battalion for his personal use during the siege of Boston around that same time in May of seventeen seventy five Margaret died making arnold a widower arnold received the news news of his wife's unexpected death while he fought in the capture of Fort Ticonderoga embroiled in battle. He couldn't return home for her. Our funeral weeks later when he did return to new haven he considered staying home to raise his boys but the loss was overpowering powering after just three weeks arnold left his sons in the care of his sister in return to the war by now though Arnold Arnold had serious objections to the economic and human costs of the ongoing war he began referring to it as the public calamity Eddie in spite of these misgivings. He found it impossible to stay away. He told friends an idle life. Under under my present circumstances would be but a lingering death brokenhearted arnold needed the army more than it needed upon returning to the war. Benedict Arnold was dispatched to the Quebec campaign an invasion of Quebec authorized by the second continental congress in the brutal winter march to Quebec City Arnold lost lost five hundred soldiers hypothermia starvation and illness on December thirty first of seventeen seventy five arnold's else troops along with General Richard Montgomerie's attacked Quebec city. The Americans were grievously outmatched and it soon became clear that winning was impossible still arnold failed to withdraw from battle. Even after General Montgomery was killed the reward for Arnold's courage was a musket ball to the left leg sustained as charged a barricade guarded by thirty Canadian IAN soldiers over Arnold shouts of protest. His men ordered him carried out of the fray. After suffering the Musket wound wound arnold could have left the war by reason of disability he wasn't even being paid for his services and now if he chose to continue you to fight it would be with a weakened limb susceptible to further injury but arnold never considered quitting he healed quickly ignoring his doctor's orders to rest and return to the front within several weeks and as the war raged on Colonel Arnold reputation as has a risk taker only grew on that went for his personal life to after his first wife's death. Arnold was quick to be an courting again just like before he married Arnold preferred his women beautiful wealthy and in their mid to late eighteens but now he was old enough for his advances to be perceived not as courtship from a potential husband but as an older man and threatening threatening the virtue of a young lady he was often rejected and arnold even openly flirted with girls from families loyal to Britain this didn't improve his standing in the eyes of his detractors who saw arnold as a self interested opportunist rather than a Patriot tree it and it wouldn't be long before one of these courtships led him down the path of treason. Although many people disliked Arnold feud denied that he was a brilliant strategist commander in chief George Washington admired mired arnold so despite the controversies Arnold kept getting prestigious assignments in October of seventeen seventy six the thirty five year old Arnold now brigadier general commanded a fleet of fifteen vessels in a brutal battle on Valco Bay near Lake Champlain in Canada Arnold ships traded cannon volleys with British throughout the day. Dealing serious blows their navy yet. Arnold's men remained immensely outnumbered by the twenty five ship British fleet the British ships had more guns more ammunition and more men the two largest ships the HMS inflexible and the HMS Thunder together exceeded the firepower of of the entire fifteen ship American fleet by the time darkness fell arnold ships were boxed into a corner of the lake by a semi circle of British British vessels darkness made continued fighting impossible for either side the battle would resume at dawn but Arnold Arnold new if they waited for daylight his men were likely to perish Arnold's man's suggested that they flee through a narrow passage to the north far from the British ships.
"s arnold" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"So it's only fitting this episode is being a couple months in the making and eat, and I really appreciate it because you drove all the way down here to to LA to do the show with me today. We've got our whiskey with us. We've got us cigars. This is a spotlight episode on the one and only on old Schwarznegger Onny who I mean, look, I grew up on on, you know, Omni sly. So to Stallone, Bruce Willis kind of those what my boys growing up in the eighties and nineties. I love the guy and maybe he's faded a little bit in the loss years we're gonna get into. This is going to be a deep dive episode. People seem to really like these where we do a spotlight on director or an actress or an actor. So you chose Arnold Schwarzenegger. I'm all for it. That's what we're going to do with this episode. Let's make it happen. You know, Arnold really is the one. Guy that represents the American dream and its fullest, and he's not even American. About it because he was able to come here from a different country, not only make it in one industry, a second industry and a third industry, and then keep going. It's spectacular to see what he's able to do for himself, and then the Poor's amazing films he's allowed us to grow up on that such the point. I didn't even think about the. I mean, he is literally Mosterd competitive wrestling. He has Mosterd acting. I mean, he has and he's Mosterd politics. It's nuts. It's unbelievable. Well, competitive bodybuilding from the standpoint of competitive bodybuilding? Yes. And if you look at the golden era of bodybuilding, he was the one that put it on the map, so not only his personality this charm, but he had a physique that was second to none. You have these guys winning Mr. Olympia mister universe and number of times over. But he had four, five, six years in a row where nobody could touch him. And when you look at his history past just in bodybuilding, he was a legend and into move in from that into acting and then into politics. It blows my mind. Sometimes what he's been able to do. He's truly a self made man. Yeah, and it's awesome because I told you pumping iron, which is very famous documentary about that is like the only thing of his, I think I haven't seen we're going to talk about it. Don't worry cause. So off format is we're gonna go through his entire body of work from start to finish because that's what we do here at Tony, the movie guy, we go all in. It's a deep dive so ready to pump dope. I'm ready to pump you up. All right, that's do it. Okay, good. So what I want to go through and we're going to stop this goes way back to like the fricken sixties. So some of these early ones I'm not going to have to comment on as we get to the ones that were we know in love with can have a lot more to say. So, yeah, he he came from Austria over to America, right? Yeah, funny fact. I mean, his father was a gentleman that actually was part of the from what I understand the Nazi army. So he actually this? Yes. And it's while he never committed any atrocities, but you can tell. If you fall Arnie's. Life and his storyline almost he distanced himself from his father over time reportedly never attended his funeral when he passed away. So we can look at coming from that upbringing. His father was a police chief for Austria at the time and during World War Two when unbelievable things were happening right? And to see this man not only a transition from that upbringing and finding his love with weightlifting and his outlet with weightlifting, and then to move into America from there after he became famous in bodybuilding is quite a story. His also at so fine about Arnie. I speak about him like he's like my buddy because I grew up with him. He's the every man. The guy could sit down, have a beer with and talk anything right, talk trash, talk, whatever. And you can just have a good time with the guy over a beer, a nice gar and enjoy your time with them. Just like you would any of your bar buddies your beer buddy. Anybody at all. It's a, he's your every man and a true self made man in that way. It's nuts because he's being in my life as as far back as I remember..