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John Berlau Describes Sam Bankman-Fried's Well-Connected Family
"Bikeman free. I mean, this is, let's start with him. And I love your analysis there with a theranos issue which, by the way, I think is we are taping this is getting has been sentenced to prison time and all for what was going on with that. But I think it's an interesting analogy. How did someone of his age and I'm not taking back from age? I got no problem with somebody with great ideas. I don't care what your age is making a lot of money and but how did it go in a special industry such as this? Besides the democratic donor base besides some of the other stuff that they were throwing out a lot of money it places. One, how did he gain the money? I guess the thought that many people have. And then how did it become so quickly marketable in the political world? And then because there's reports that, you know, this issue has, you know, Ukrainian legs back to democratic donors. I mean, there's just all kinds of things going on here. Give us a little in front about him if you can. Right. Well, he is a pretty book smart guy and also smart at making social connections, but there's a saying knowledge doesn't even equal wisdom. But it also certainly helped the fact that he had prominent parents that his name is Sam bankman fried Barbara fried, headed to Silicon Valley pack that gave to democratic donors. And. Also his father, Joseph bankman, helped, according to fortune, draft tax legislation for senator Elizabeth Warren. So, I mean, basically Kevin O'Leary, mister wonderful on Shark Tank said, well, of course I trust him because his parents are compliance attorneys, but something to the effect. I'm paraphrasing what could go wrong. That's like trusting the biker with all the ingredients and never watching because nobody ever would think the biker would put something in there, you know? Exactly. Trust but verify as Ronald Reagan said in everything in politics and in business.
The Bahamas Regulator Justifies Move to Cease Local FTX Clients' Assets
"5 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. The Bahamas regulator justifies moved to cease local FTX clients assets. LTP GT the securities commission of The Bahamas on Wednesday released a statement justifying its move to cease the customer assets of the local Tahrir dot finance magnates dot com tag target quad blanquet F diesel tag density. FTX digital markets LTD FDM. It came after several questions were raised against the action of the bahamian regulator Donald cloaked quite it is unfortunate that in chapter 11 filings, the new CEO of FTX trading limited misrepresented this timely action through the intemperate and inaccurate allegations lodged in the transfer motion, quote the regulator stated dot clipped quad is also concerning that the chapter 11 debtors chose to rely on the statements of individuals they have in other filings characterized as unreliable sources of. Information and potentially apo seriously compromise depots qualified The Bahamas financial market watchdog gained a court order on November 12th to make the collapsed cryptocurrency exchange the dot finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency Bahamas regulators to transfer cryptos to government while it's quote target quote Blanco transfer local customer sapo's digital assets. To government controlled wallets will tag for a Pacific keeping a pose dobble cooked quite given the nature of digital assets and the. Risks associated with hacking and compromise, the commission determined that placing FDM into liquidation was not sufficient to protect the customers and creditors of FDM, quote the regulator added LTP GTL TPG GT further. The cyberattack on FTX, resulting in the theft of at least 1 billion in cryptocurrencies, justified the regulators moved LTP GTL tp GT the column cell TX, valued at 34 billion in the last funding round, collapsed earlier this month. Several misdeeds of its founder and the former CEO, Sam bankman fried surfaced over the weeks he reportedly used client deposits. He created a complex loan structure with sister entities backed by the native exchange token, FTT LTP GT LTP GTF tx dot com, FTX U.S., Alameda research in over 130 other affiliates filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings in Delaware. In addition, the bahamian entity dot finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency files for bankruptcy ascio bankman for Dresden's quote target quote blank hot filed for bankruptcy tagged, but chapter 15 protection in a New York court. The liquidators of FTX have now agreed to move the proceedings of FT past Bahamas entity to Delaware Donald cooked quite the commission will continue to evaluate the situation, continue to act in accordance with directions issued by the Supreme Court of The Bahamas, collaborate with other supervisory authorities, and take such further actions as needed to preserve the assets of FDM and to safeguard the interests of customers and creditors of FDM, quote the securities commission of The Bahamas. Added quite an addition, the commission will continue to investigate the facts and circumstances regarding 50s past liquidity crisis and any potential violations of bahamian law and hold any responsible companies and individuals accountable. In cooperation with other regulatory agencies and law enforcement both in The Bahamas and in other affected countries in connection with their own investigations on top of that, the scale and impact of the collapse of FTX prompted. Other global regulators to clarify their situation. The monetary authority of Singapore recently clarified that la reco dot finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency Singapore's masks not less sensitive protection off local as their simpo sub quat target quack Blanco FTX is not regulated under its jurisdictional tagged, and thus the protection of its local clients is impossible LTP GT. This article was written by WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
SBF Better At ‘Bribing Media’ Than Running FTX: Elon Musk
"8 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. SPF better at bribing media? Then running FTX Elon Musk. Elon Musk calls out Sam bankman fried for bribing media. Teddy schleifer tweeted SPF funded a number of media houses, including ProPublica, vox, the intercept, and more. ProPublica grants for 2023 and 2024 are currently on hold as FTX filed for bankruptcy. Elon Musk calls out FTX founder and CEO Sam bankman fried for bribing media in. The post SPF better at bribing media than running FTX Elon Musk appeared first on coin edition.
SBF To Make First Public Appearance Since Filing Bankruptcy
"7 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. SPF to make first public appearance since filing bankruptcy. IMG. SRC HTTPS CDN dot coing gape dot com two zero two two zero 6 zero 7 one 7 two 8 two one Sam bankman JPG. With 360. Height 600. Alt SPF to make first public appearance since filing bankruptcy. Size next with 6 40 PX 100 VW, 6 40 PX. Loading lazy decoding async
Was Tether at the center of Sam Bankman-Fried’s empire?
"3 p.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. Was tether at the center of Sam bankman fried S empire? Some bankman fried founded FTX the same day that tether's crypto exchange launched a $1 billion fundraise. The post was tethered at the center of Sam bankman fried's empire appeared first on protos.
Hugh Isn't Buying Sam Bankman-Fried's Mea Culpa Apology
"Many articles on Sam, bankman free. Sam bankman fried ran FTX as a personal teacher, according to the Financial Times. FTX assets still missing as the firm begins bankruptcy process, according to The New York Times. This, from the Financial Times as well, Sam bankman fried issues a mayor couple letter to former FTX employees, calling them family. We frantically put everything together. It claimed Pierre, the position, it's just this nonsense. It's gobbledygook. I deeply regret my oversight failure. I lost track of the most important things in the commotion of company growth. I don't actually think that's true. Not when you've got a $120 million worth of Bahama pads. Nope, not buying that. You didn't have anything all of a sudden you think it's your money? Nope.
The Link Between the DNC and FTX With Natalie Winters
"Published numerous articles on this topic on the FDX scandal. Your expertise in the past for us has been on COVID. What's going on in China? We're going to discuss all that and more. Please follow this lady right now. Natalie winters on Twitter. So let's begin at the beginning. I'm a complete neophyte, I'm a skeptic Bitcoin is all a big con, although I do like, you know, a financial system or a carrier of worth. It is independent of the fed and other government influences. But give us the basics. Let's start at the beginning. Who is Caroline Ellison? And who is this Sam bankman of freed? What do we need to know about FTX? Because they had their own currency, but this is also a kind of aggregator of other Bitcoin investments. But you give us the one O one, please. Sure. I too am a luddite in the sense that I think cryptocurrency is a scam and it always has been in this whole FTX incident is just the latest example of that, but there's really interesting political ramifications really worldwide that you can sort of tease out from the unraveling of FTX. So I think most people know Sam bankman freed. I think that interview you just played of Caroline Allison is probably a close runner up to some of the more awkward interviews that SBS has given. But Sam bankman freed really became one of the leading donors to the Democratic Party during the 2020 campaign. Of course, in the midterms. And other second biggest off the George Soros, correct? $40 million. But also other, I know you know that I talk a lot about COVID and the Chinese Communist Party. They're also links with FTX there as well. But sandbank has also been sort of bankrolling using his billions of dollars to fund different advocacy groups that aren't even necessarily political expenditures in a campaign sense, but his brother. Lots of conservative ones I'm sure like Second Amendment pro life organizations. Right, Natalie. Oh, of course. Yeah, no, not quite. One of my favorite ones, because again, as Steve always says on board, there are no conspiracies only coincidences. But Sam bankman freed's brother was actually appointed to run a group called guarding against pandemics where they deployed hundreds of thousands of dollars to run ads to help Joe Biden pass pandemic legislation, but before I get into the weeds on that, all of that to say that SPF is a major power player within the kind of ecosystem of democratic campaign financing, but it's more than just that $40 million sum that was deployed in the most recent midterm election.
Rep. Chip Roy: The Terrible Recruitment Efforts for Our Military
"Congressman the Chinese Communist Party has to be saying to themselves gosh we are so lucky to have such a potentially incompetent enemies in this government over there I mean they're not doing any of this It's almost as if they could have intentionally infected us with this woke virus to create a substandard military I mean think about all the things you know are going on right now at our military Our nuclear triads falling apart we have a shipyard shortage So if we God forbid there was a national emergency and we needed to build more ships we barely have the capability to do it Our fighter aircraft are way behind schedule We can't figure out a way to get pilots anymore I mean these are just we can't recruit our army recruiting guidelines fell short The numbers As you said I mean the list goes on and on If I had a few minutes on the phone I could go through more and just research them These are real problems It's not as if Russia just invaded Ukraine and China is threatening across the straight either I mean this is a serious time requiring serious people And meanwhile the United States Army puts out a recruitment video that's focuses on a little girl raised with two moms who joined the military to find her inner strength and shatter some stereotypes In Pride Month the air force tweeted an image of an air man surrounded by a rainbow flag There was no American flag in the image Now compare that to the posters from World War II with Uncle Sam patriotic I want you Sacrificing Rosie the riveter All the things that this country has done and all the people have done And coming together over our differences figuring out how to make sure that we're integrating and doing the things we ought to do And not ostracizing individuals But having a culture of achievement the rallies around freedom and the American flag and isn't a woke indoctrination social engineering camp which is what it's become And I want to be very clear Republicans are just as guilty because we fund it We don't demand that they stop it and we do it because well chip what else are we going to do I'll tell you what you do Use the power to burst to tell those SOBs to stop screwing up our military so that we can defend this country
Sam Bankman-Fried, Now the Greatest Fraudster in American History
"Victor Davis Hanson, one of the most important writers of our time, an important piece in the great American greatness on the great American greatness website. About bankman Sam bankman fried. I never heard of until the Ponzi style scheme of what is it $32 billion how much? I think it's 36, but 36 billion. So is this like the biggest ripoff monetarily speaking in American history? Bankman freed is merely one in a long line of Bay Area social justice hypocrites and frauds. They share in common loud but cynical left wing politics.
Okay, Proof of Reserves, But for Real This Time?
"Right, Friends, well, last week I read an old Nick Carter piece about proof of reserves. It was from 2020 and it came after the quadriga case. It was called something to the effect of how we prevent the next quadriga, which spoiler alert we did not. Completely appropriately Nick is back with a follow-up called let's actually commit to proof of reserves this time, okay? In the week that is transpired since I read that post, not only has the need for proof of reserves made itself known even more clearly, but the debate has gotten a lot more sophisticated. People are discussing what type of proof of reserves is acceptable. Can it be occasional auditing? Does it have to be constant on chain analysis? And I think it's great to see that sort of engagement. But let's see what the latest update from Nick is and we'll go from there. I'm not going to mince words. The fraud driven collapse of FTX and Alameda research is, in my estimation, the worst single event in the crypto industry since its inception. Even though as a share of overall crypto market cap, the impact may have been less in relative terms than mount gox was. The fallout will be more significant. For one, no one really thought of gox is a particularly credible institution. It wasn't institutional in any way. Mark carpels, who was the CEO of mount gox, didn't go on a charm offensive in Washington to win favor from politicians. Mount gox didn't air Super Bowl ads. Celebrities didn't line up to endorse the platform. And crucially, the number of users worldwide were much fewer. FTX by contrast served millions of users worldwide. It catered to numerous funds, institutions, and startups. It was aggressive in promoting itself to mainstream users. Its enigmatic CEO, Sam bankman fried known as SPF, practically lived in Washington, charming members of Congress and financial regulators. The exchange was widely considered one of the most trusted and credible institutions in the industry. The apparent fraud and collapse was therefore particularly catastrophic because it happened so quickly and took almost everyone by surprise.
FTX's Sam Bankman-Fried Cashed Out $300 Million During Funding Spree
"Let's start on the crypto side of things. And let's first do the FTX update and get this out of the way. Kicking off and here's a little fun one because the hits just keep coming. Remember that cute little meme venture round of 420 million from 69 investors turns out 300 million of that went straight into Sam's pockets. He's claiming that it was a partial repayment for buying out binance's stake earlier in the summer, but given how nothing on the FTX books was clearly marked or identifiable really, it's extremely difficult to actually know. In any case, I'm sure those 69 investors will love learning that 75% of their investment went directly into the effective altruist pocket.
Trump Spiritual Adviser Says 'He's Like an Elementary Schoolchild'
"Trump standing at the end of the table, he's got Franklin. All of mine are well behind. Ben Carson lime and I put Sam in Rodrigo's dinner by. He said he was scared of the same man. I said, good. I'm gonna put him right in front of your nose, and I did. And Donald Trump stands up and he says James. And Carson said he wouldn't endorse me. You know why we're here? Endorsement, let's talk to you. Tell him talk to you in our games. Do you remember that? I told Ben, I don't talk to anybody 15 minutes. He said, James, how long did we talk two hours? I said, no, sir, we talked an hour and a half. And I might add that so long as you've been quiet, your entire life. Hey, he died laughing and everybody else did. The man started calling him on his cell phone. And then he started asking me to call him him and for 5 years he took every single column. Sometimes two or three a day. You say, well, what were they? Many times they were encouraging. As he told Rick Perry said he just started to preach it. And he said, and then he just prays, Rick. He said, it's amazing. He said, you never want anything. Make sure to think he does. He wants God's will. He called me for marine one to tell me that he was sitting there having that conversation with Trump. Okay, he heard you can always heed. Everything you wanted him to hear. Every single thing you have a prayed for him to hear. Came through these lips, got straight into his face. And with the same force you've heard me talking to you, I spoke it to him. Sir, you act like a little element for school, child, and you shoot yourself in the foot every morning when you get up and open your mouth. The more you keep your mouth closed, the more successful you're gonna be. You say, well, that didn't work very well, did it?
John Zmirak and Eric Discuss Samuel Alito's Dismantling of Roe V Wade
"Samuel Alito, in his decision overturning roe V wade and Planned Parenthood V Casey, he doesn't talk about the morality of abortion. He doesn't talk about the unborn baby being human. He doesn't talk about Christianity. What he does is exactly what the lawyers did in the movie denial. Systematically dismantles the false intentionally deceptive, shallow, dishonest arguments offered in roe V wade and Planned Parenthood V Casey to pretend that the U.S. Constitution as adopted in 1787 and amended after the Civil War to pretend that the constitution secretly entailed the right to abortion. And he systematically obliterates all the arguments offered by the left in favor of abortion being protected by the U.S. Constitution. He doesn't show that they're false. He shows that they're garbage. They're garbage. They're worse actually than David Irving's falsification. But just to be clear, so the parallels clear to those listening in case people are missing it. In other words, rather than play to the crowd, knowing that abortion is a monstrous evil, just like we know what happened in the Holocaust is a monster evil. Rather than doing that, what Alito does just as Deborah lipstadt's lawyers do. They effectively say, no, we're going to pitch our argument at the legal experts. Right. We're going to show legally bloodlessly how this fails completely on a legal basis on a basis of fact, we're going to take a motion out of it, not that emotions ought to be taken out of it. But these are the tax taken by the lawyers in that case. And then by Sam Alito, so that's a brilliant parallel. That's
Sam Bankman-Fried Expressed Optimism About Crypto Regulations
"This company called FTX. Ran by a young man named Sam bankman freed. He's the founder of this company. It is a crypto exchange company, called FTX. Now, is some shady stuff that went on because people were sitting there money me and my wife watches documentary with this exact same thing happening in Canada somewhere. This guy takes your money in an exchange. And you know, of course he's keeping you hold your money in it and people got their money just locked into this thing. People are making investments. They're changing and exchanging currency and I think that's how it works, but let me not get to in the weeds. I got to do my research, but it's somewhere something related to that. And he was using people's money either donate to Republicans, a funnel money to do his own private investments and other things like that without the knowledge of the people who supposed to have some type of a trade and integrity or have at least the security or I won't say the benefit of. That's not the word I'm looking for. But they should have a level of security that the trade in the security. Instead of that, he went on to manipulate their money and end up losing billions of dollars in a week. When that tremendous loss happened, a lot of financial people begin to investigate into what would happen there. What is this all about? And they can see that he funneled tons of money to Democrats. And there was a zelensky connection here, which the Ukrainian government denied.
Big Money Donors Reject Donald Trump
"This GOP mega donor, ditching Donald Trump. Was a really interesting article. And it's from the New York Post, so take it or leave it. But it was interesting. I'm going to read it to you because I think it lays out very succinctly whoever wrote this. And what we're looking at, and let me read it, it says more and more big money bundlers, which is a dumb word. Oh, abandoning former president Donald Trump's bid to return to The White House in 2024 in favor of the rise in GOP start like Florida Ron DeSantis. It says two New York based billionaires, a meta mogul, a metal mogul, Andy Sabin, and the private equity CEO, Steven schwarzman, have each spoken out against the 76 year old Trump in recent days. This is a quote from Sabin. He says, I'm not giving Donald Trump an F and nickel. Saban, who contributed a $120,000 to Donald Trump's unsuccessful 2020 reelection campaign. So he only gave a 120,000 of Trump, but he said I'm not messing with Trump no more and he gave his reasons. He also said, at the end of the day, people stay away from Donald Trump. He endorsed candidates who were not successfully unnecessarily qualified unless they said, I love you, Donald.
Which Side Cares Most About Your Vote?
"I love what the guy Antonio said that called in, you know, I just wanted sometimes what I mean Antoine. I said Antonio Laura helped me Jesus. Antoine, one of my good friends name is Antoine. But I like what he had to say because I like for people to give perspective to me about certain things, you know, sometimes I'm like, you know, I like for people to talk to me like I talk. And if a person would sit me down and telling me, hey, man, you know, let's keep it real. You know, you're allowing yourself to just only pick one side and you're going to pigeonhole yourself. And the reason why I say these things because I want black people to understand this is that you're going to get yourself to the point that if you only vote for one side, the other side is going to find a way to not need you. And they're never going to do anything that you want them to do and they'll try to find a way to survive. Let me just give you an example. Donald Trump won the election pretty significantly in 2016, and I think he got like 8% of the black vote. I mean, that's, I mean, y'all, that's almost no black people voted for Trump. Compared to out of the voters, 92% voted for Democrats and Trump won by a lot against Hillary Clinton. And also out in Georgia, you have the Georgian governor, winning by, I don't know how many hundreds of thousands of votes he beat. Stacey Abrams by and black women voted like 90 something percent for the Democrat party in black men voted a little less 80 some percent. And when you do that, you have to, you have to look at this. You have to say, am I being pursued equally by both parties? This is about money. It's about numbers and strategy. It's not about emotion or even race. If you spend $20 million on advertisement and you know that black folks ain't really going to vote for you anyway. For whatever reason, they don't even want to hear what you have to say. You're going to spend less of that money and you're going to speak less to that community than other places because you're not going to get their vote. That's what I think ends up happening.
A Vote for Biden Is a Vote for Progressives
"Who in their right mind will vote for Joe Biden. I mean, I mean, let me stop. Let me stop saying that. Because the vote for Joe Biden is not necessarily to vote for Joe Biden. The vote for Joe Biden is vote for progressive a progressive America that's going to lead us down a rabbit hole of failures. You know, I mean, people are low information voters. Most people don't know what's going on in the world. That's why people like me exist. If you look at it, Donald Trump had our country going in the right direction. Whether you liked him or not, all my friends who voted for Democrats in 2016, they said, nah, you know what? We were doing good on the Trump. Everything's going good on Trump. I don't like what he say, but man, like, economy was good. My 401k was good. Interest rates were low. I mean, you could go down a list. We were worried about wars. All of the above. Your personal life, your tangible things that actually mean more than just your emotions, we're doing well under president Trump. And if you look at COVID, you say, okay, COVID was a distraction. But after COVID is over, look at what they're pushing. I was just listening to the view earlier and not watching it because I want to watch them. I would never subject myself and lose years of my life listening to these dumb women. But I see a clip of it and every time I COVID is coming back. You know, these people, these people are just, I mean, I'm trying not to say words about people, but my God. You can't be that stupid.
Donald Trump Announces His 2024 Presidential Campaign
"Are Republicans who are not as, I don't want to say radical because I don't think we're radical. But our Republicans who are not as enthusiastic about Donald Trump falling off of the bandwagon. Are they losing hope? Have they given up? Is the fight too much for them to bear? And they are back pedaling to a much safer less controversial candidate. These are things that we are going to have to make a strong consideration into. As we go into 2024, there is no time for playing nice, there's no time for feelings. There's no time for alliances to people. We have to think about our party. And I made the statement to say Donald Trump did exactly what I said yesterday he should have done. If he didn't want to completely crash and burn, and I think he did it. He ate away from divisive language. He did not attack the santas again. He did not talk about 2020. He did not talk about January 6th. He refrained from calling out the media. He stuck to the message of unity. He stuck to the message of successes in the midterms. And I thought it was phenomenal.
"sam" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Best things segment. Let's listen. Hey, it's Brent buckman. The best thing for me about working with Sam was getting to work on the very first episodes of the show with him, hearing how much raw talent he had and just knowing before anyone had ever heard an episode of his show that Sam's future was going to be filled with so much amazing work and of course that's still true. I'm usually drained, it's been a minute's current intern and my best thing about Sam was just the memory of the first phone call that we had. It can be kind of intimidating to somebody you're a fan of and talking to them for the first time that Sam is a type of person that understands people and was really honest and really kind about giving me advice. Along with a lot of laughs in between and I'm so excited to be a listener again and to hear whatever he works on next. Hey Sam, it's Anjali. The best thing about you is your kindness and care when talking to the guests on our show and our listeners. It's no wonder that you have so many fans. I'm gonna really miss you. Hey, this is Steve from St. Paul, and the best thing about working with Sam on it's been a minute is how kind he is to everyone. He works with and how much we all learn from him. Hey, this is janae, one of the producers at it's been a minute. And my favorite thing about Sam is his impression of Fred Armisen doing an impression of joy behar. So wahoo. So what? Who cares? So what? Who cares? Okay, that's my favorite thing. Hi, Sam, jordana here. The best thing has been being your editor, these last few years, it's a rare thing to be able to build a creative partnership like this. And I feel really lucky to call you a colleague and a friend. Hi, this is Andrea, producer and it's been a minute. The best thing about Sam is that what you hear of him on air, that's him. That's who he is as a person. He brings his fullest self. And he is always looking out for the people coming up behind him, thinking of our best interests and for that. I thank him, Sam, I will miss you. Hi, Sam. This is Ian we'll miss you, good luck. Maddie, can you say hi, Sam? I would like that. Can you say I'll miss you? Hey Sam, it's Liam. I just wanted to share.
"sam" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Of it. But when talking about this performance, which really touched Dolly, she said Whitney is Mylan down on us tonight, so thank you very much. Should be proud of that. I was backstage trying not to cry my falls on this often. I'm slinging snot every direction. And tears. But anyway. Yeah, that's nice. Yes. I love Dolly Parton because I feel like she's the only celebrity that exists today where no one can say anything bad about her. Conservatives, liberals, old, everyone loves Dolly Parton. Well, she just handled them so well if they do. She can do a put down like nobody can and just keep smiling while she doesn't, so. Yeah. I also heard that she wrote jolene and I will always love you in the same day. Wow. I love jolene. I mean, I don't like the sentiment, but I love the song. I don't know if I would jolene. She's just trying to live her best life. No, no. You take those earrings and nails, I often go handle jolene. I just want to hear jolene side of the story. That's all I'm saying. She gets a bad rap. This is my take on jolene. She targeted that man and went after him. Wow. Oh, I agree. I agree. I think she did. And so the guy that has to deal with both of them, okay? Yes. Okay. Just leave I'm begging of you, please don't take my man wow, all right, last quote, it's not about jolene or Dolly Parton. Tell me who said this. I trained the next president of CNN. So I believe legally that CNN now stands for the blank news network. There's some news because CNN is getting a new CEO. So he comes from one of the late night shows. Oh, go ahead. Yeah. Oh my God. Colbert. Yes. Colbert. Colbert, yes. So that quote comes from Stephen Colbert. He was given a send off to his boss. Our own Chris lit right over there at that podium is leaving this show to take over CNN. I trained the next president of CNN so I believe I believe legally, CNN now stands for the Colbert news network. Do y'all have thoughts about this news? I feel like better you had seen in a fair amount. I think that I've read a lot of things about people thinking that Jeff Zucker should not have been let go, but I think that he had to be let go because she can't have two sets of rules. You can't fire Chris Cuomo for what he did and you're doing something that's too much power for the rules not to apply to you. Yeah. So Chris light is not going to take the reins at CNN until May, but there's already been headlines about what he plans to do. Apparently he's saying that he wants CNN to tone it down a little bit and to make nice with Fox News. He says CNN is going to kind of have a true with Fox News and stop all the negative coverage about Fox. How do I feel about that? Well, he got to go. He's not even there yet. You know, I don't think that it's a good thing to let any one news agency so blatantly skew news. I might be my personal bias, but you know, the truth is the truth and I think that people do need to be held accountable when they don't tell the truth regardless of the news network that you're affiliated with. But you don't get a lot of news anymore. You get a lot of pontificating, a lot of people explaining that their thoughts on the news and so I miss those days where we just got the news covered and that was it. And I think that in a 24 hour news cycle, the news is on all the time, there's only so many times they can say breaking news and it's the same thing you care for the last two days. So they have to do other stuff to make it. Just to make out the time. Maybe CNN should just go down like four hours a day. That's all we need. That's all we need. We'll take Fox down too. With that, I'm gonna announce the winner. It was a clean, sweep. Lana congratulations. Congratulations. How does it feel? Wow. I mean, you know, no, no prizes. I guess, you know, I had those bragging rights, but I can't really brag too much to bet, 'cause she won't save me a seat on Sunday, so it feels great. It feels great. I'm really proud. You did great. I'm very appreciative of that. You guys allowed me to play along with you. I am a fan of NPR. And I play it while I'm at work and in my car. So I just feel like a celebrity just being a part of NPR today. Well, I'm glad y'all both joined me. Thank you both so much. I.
"sam" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
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Hey people, the wait wait don't tell me podcasts has a brand new show on Wednesdays with me. I'm a joy. It's called everyone in their mom, whatever everyone is talking about, that's what we'll be talking about with Wei panelists, comedians you love, and people you don't even know you love yet. Just listen to the wait, wait, don't tell me podcast from NPR, wherever you get your podcasts, and I'll be there every Wednesday. To a great shows in one feed. I believe Lynette is here. Hello. Hi. How are you? I'm great. How about you? I'm good. You are here with me. And my aunt Betty, our dear Betty. Hi, Betty. So I want you both to start just tell our listeners who you are. You go in it. Oh, okay, well, my name's Lynette and Betty is a dear friend of mine. Who are you who mystically referred to as my pew partner? She's the individual that ensures I get a good seat every Sunday and always is looking after me, especially in light of the fact that I'm usually running late. I love it. I'll tell you that I've had to send her a text to say, you better get here quick and somebody don't bite me about this seat. So. The last time you took me to church with you, Betty, I do remember, you get prime real estate in those church pews. Prime real estate. That's because I get there early enough to mark my territories like after the first year and the Bible there in the scar for you. So yeah. Well, because you'll get there early and then you'll make the rounds, whole court, talk to your people, get settled. It's like a whole to do. I love it. But all people do. I love it too. Well, let's pretend that this is going to be a very different and rowdy version of church. It's a game. It's called who said that. And the game is really simple. I share three quotes from the week of news, and you got to guess who said it, or just guess what story I'm talking about. Betty, you've played it before, right? No. Yes, you have. I don't think so. Nope, I remember because we had a quote about Chris Pine and you were like, oh, Chris Pine is cute. Oh, okay. He is cute. So Betty, can you give Lynette any advice as she tackles this game for the first time? Go with your first thought, go with your gut because it goes so quickly that you may miss the opportunity, so. And you're playing against me so you can relax actually, so. No threat is have fun. All right. So there are no buzzers and there are no prizes just yell out the answer when you have it. This first quote is a fill in the blank. Blank is a hero of Gotham and of AMC. 4 million guests in AMC theaters globally. Movie theaters are coming back. Hashtag choke on that. Batman. That's Batman, yes, that's Batman. Did y'all see this new Batman movie that came out this past weekend? I haven't, but I'm waiting for the crowd to die down before I go. Yeah, yeah. Apparently it made over a $130 million this past weekend, but people are mad because AMC theaters, one of the biggest chains globally, they raised ticket prices for just this movie, The Batman by a dollar on opening weekend. And no one noticed everyone just bought the tickets. Must have been a really good movie. Anywho, that quote about The Batman comes from Adam Aaron. He's the CEO of AMC theaters, and he's been bragging about these great box office numbers for AMC. And after he announced that AMC had upped ticket prices for The Batman by about a dollar, he kind of said, I don't care, deal with it. Everyone deal with that. All right. I mean, I don't know how much tickets cost out there in Delaware these days, but in LA, some of these tickets are like close to $20 for a movie. Well, I get to send your discount, so. It's not that bad. And if you go on Tuesday, right? There's like a discount just for going on like Tuesday or Wednesday, something of that nature. So we count our pennies here in Delaware. I could definitely see myself going to see The Batman with the two of you Tuesday around like 11 a.m.. That could be fun. Yeah, well let's make a mistake. Popcorn on me. So that first point goes to Lynette. Congratulations so far. Thank you. And of course, and now let's go to this next quote. This next quote is from one of the more famous musicians singers of all time. Here's a quote. I was backstage trying not to cry my false eyelashes off. Slinging. Dolly Parton. Wow, y'all are on fire. But that's been studying. I don't want to embarrass Betty. So what is this about, Lynette? Dolly Parton at the, I get it wrong, but the country music awards ceremony. She was a presenter. And I do believe that was following the song and I will always love you, which was performed by Kelly Clarkson? Yes, you got it all. Okay. You got it all. So yeah, so this week Dolly Parton hosted the academy of country music awards. And as part of the show, Kelly Clarkson, who will sing anybody's song. She's saying a rendition of Dolly Parton's song I will always love you as a tribute to Dolly. Of course, that song was made most famous by Whitney Houston in her cover.
"sam" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Root for that because they love to root for the underdog. I do worry that people think it's too much like a movie and it's not a movie. So I mean he is a former actor, right? Yeah, he's a former comedian. Yeah. So I think it's that and like you said, absolutely the fact that they are European, that they're not brown people, I think, makes a very big difference. I mean, races all up and through this, right? Like the way people respond to this. And the fact that people don't expect war in these places, they expected in these other places. Brown places. Exactly. You know with all this just as like a concerned citizen. It's such a weird moment. There's all this stuff going on. And I feel that we all feel this pressure to respond to it. Because we see the memes and then TikTok and the tweet and the video is about war. And in the same regard, gas prices are going crazy, but I literally don't know what to do about that either. And it just feels like we're in this moment where there's so much going on. Everything going on right now, and no one's telling me as a concerned American, what the hell to do. So I'm just sitting here watching, saying, wow, who's in charge? I don't know. Well, I think, I don't think that politicians, especially when it comes to energy prices, they're not very honest with the American people. You know, the one side to my drill, baby drill, the other side, oh, well, we'll just go to green energy, and that's fine. All of that stuff takes time. And so the real thing to tell people is look, your prices are going to be high. This is something you need to plan for. If you can. See if you can carpool. Now, obviously, that's not a popular political message. You're going to lose the election, but you be telling, but you would be telling the truth. So what I hear you saying is you're telling Joe Biden to pull a Jimmy Carter. No, I'm not, I don't know how well that worked out for him. I do not give politicians in mice. Okay, 'cause I'm not gonna win you no election. I'm just telling you, I'm telling you. Be honest. Be honest with the American people. You know what I really want besides honesty. I want someone just to tell me what to do. I want someone to be like, okay, go order freedom fries. Go so jacket for somebody. Go carpool to win the war. Like, give me something to do, somebody? You know what you should not do, Sam? Don't be one of those people that's like throwing eggs at Russian restaurants. And that's not helping. The people who are like not drinking certain vodkas and stuff, like, don't do this. On that note, I want to thank both of you for coming to talk with me. Ayesha rasko and Susan Davis, the two of them cover Congress and The White House for NPR and ayesha will soon be hosting weekend edition Sunday. I'm so honored to have had my last news chat for NPR happened with the two of you. I have loved working with folks as smart and as fun and as good hearted as y'all and colleagues and I will miss out very dearly. Sam, it's been a pleasure. Yeah. Sam, it has been a pleasure and thank you for showing me how to do this. Hosting thing because your influence in your example of bringing your whole self has certainly been an inspiration to me and you also gave me a chance to host your.
"sam" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Him now than they were before this all began? There is some polling, you know, that shows that they support that Americans are supporting his actions towards Russia. And I do wonder how long the attention span is of the American public, even in this situation. I mean, even with the I mean, look, the pandemic affected everybody. And there came a point even early on where people would just like, I'm tired of it. You know, four months in, people was like, done with this. So I don't know how long people will right now. It's front page everywhere you look, but is there a point where people get tired? Because wars take a long time. They don't wrap up overnight. And we're also just from a practical standpoint of like American life, pretty soon we're going to be entering peak driving season over the summer. And there's places in this country that could very soon be looking at $7 gallon gas prices we literally never seen before. So if gases $8 a gallon in October, that's a problem. 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And no matter how you buy, CarMax has you covered with a 30 day money back guarantee up to 1500 miles. Learn more and start shopping at CarMax dot com buying, reimagined. What's up people? I'm Emma joy. This week on everyone and their mom, we talk with comedian and wait wait panelist Josh gondelman about the queen's new passion for the kitchen and celebrity chef Roy Choi stops by with advice for my grandma. Listen to everyone and their mom in the wait wait don't tell me feed every Wednesday from NPR. You know, y'all mentioned the Cuban missile crisis, but I'm wondering, is there any more recent moment in American political history that feels like this one? I was trying to think all week what this moment feels like to not be an award but kind of feel like we're in a war. To be railing against this mortal enemy while not sending troops in to go get them. And no troops are committed and yet we're feeling things that feel like wartime sacrifice. What is this moment comparatively historically? Is there any other moment that feels like what we're dealing with right now? I can't really think. I mean, it's not, and it's not analogous to like a 9 11 or something like that because we weren't attacked, right? There's not a direct impact on this clear threat to America directly, but I admit that I have been a little bit surprised at how much support the president has had initially from the public, who is quite sour on him, otherwise, and from the Congress, where he's got a lot of entrenched opposition on Capitol Hill. I mean, a lot of people really don't like Joe Biden in Congress. And he's been able to have more support than I thought he would have. Yeah. And I mean, I do think that there is this very deep psychological, you know, former Soviet Union. Like that whole Cold War mentality, I mean, I think that there are still a lot of vestiges of that. In the U.S. and you know, I watch a lot of Golden Girls. That's something like the late 80s early 90s. And so there was a lot of that Cold War stuff and fear. Had Cold War stuff, what episodes are you saying? First of all, rose wrote a letter to Gorbachev trying to end the Cold War. They had a whole thing on it. Very special episode of Golden Girls. Yes. How are you going to fix this nuclear war thing by writing a letter to president rigg? Well, now that would be pretty stupid, wouldn't it pledge? I mean, Reagan's only responsible for half the problem. I have to write to Gorbachev, too. Like, there were a lot of episodes. That is that we get blanche devereaux to cross enemy lines and be a spy for the bright cars. There was a lot in there, so I'm just saying, like back in the day, people were very concerned about Russia, so I think some of that is coming to the surface. That's all that's my analysis. The Russians were the enemy. The evil guys in every movie were Russian. In rocky. It was always like the Russians were the ones that were out to get us. And that probably does help, right? The more people are like, oh, wait a minute. Putin's a bad guy, and they must be stopped. I bet blanche devereaux could stop Vladimir Putin with her woman. Dorothy definitely could. The Dorothy would be afraid of Vladimir Putin. So yeah. Here's also my thinking about why this war resonates so deeply with the American public right now. It is because I think, in large part, zelensky and Putin are such stark archetypal differences. They're night and day and they're both these big characters. Like Vladimir Putin is a character who's larger than life. And zelensky is a politician who knows how to work media and social media and video. I also think, and this will be unpacked more over time. It matters when everyone involved in this war is white and no one is brown and no one from the Middle East. I think that changes the politics of it and I think it allows people to be cheerleaders around this stuff in a way that they wouldn't otherwise. No, I think you're a 100% correct about that. I mean, first, the zelensky being able to command social media to show himself, I'm with the troops. All of that, the way that he has presented himself is in a way that Americans can totally relate to and.
"sam" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Presenting the limited series, pieces of her. Tony collette stars in a thriller about a young woman's journey to uncover the truth about her past and the dark layers of her mother's identity. Pieces of her streaming now only on Netflix. Hey. Hey, Sam. We're opening this last show with you because I believe, you know what? Now that I say it out loud and think about it out loud, you were the first voice that was ever heard on its benefit. Because you did the first intro. The generally on the intros don't you say something first and then you put me on? We started doing that later, but I think for the first one, it was just you. Hey y'all. This is Samsung daddy. Today's guest from The New York Times reporter Katie Rogers and one of the hosts of NPR's all things considered Ari Shapiro. All right, let's start the show. Oh. Oh my God, when I announced the news, everyone was like, where's Betty going? And I was like, I don't know wherever she wants to go. What they like you a lot and they're going to miss you. Well, I'm going to miss doing this. So I really have been impressed with how loyal your listeners are. Well, and it's been listening to you walk into your stage voice over the last few years on this show. I remember when you started doing this, you would tell me how you would get ready to do the read for the intro. And correct me on this, you would go to your bathroom mirror, look in the mirror, make yourself smile, stand up, raise your shoulders, and you would deliver it with a smile to yourself in the bathroom mirror. Absolutely. I did that because I wanted to project. I didn't want to sound like I was worn out and tired. And I wanted to temper it over the years to kind of fit what you're going to be talking about. Well, it's worked. And I mean, you've gotten so good at taking stage notes. We'll tell you, do this one a bit down. Do this one a bit up. And you were all with it. You are a good union actress. Well, I will tell you if you could see the number of times that I tape it and don't say that because I don't like the way that sounds tape it again and don't save it. Well, that all sounds good to us. So we're going to have you come back in the show to play who said that with one of your friends. But before we do that, we're going to let you introduce it's been a minute, one last time. Okay. Go ahead. Hey y'all. This is Samsung.
"sam" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast
"Welcome, Sam, we're so happy to have you. Thanks, crystal. I'm so excited to be here. Yes, yes. So why don't we get started with you kind of introducing us to how you got involved with working in psychology? Like what inspired me to become a psychologist? I think that's a fun story, actually. So this was many, many months ago, maybe almost 20 years ago. I started my own therapy for the first time in my early 20s. And it was with a man, and pretty soon into our work one day, he said, so what's the plan? And I was like, I don't know, what you're talking about. What do you mean? And he said, you know, your life, the plan? And I was like, no one's ever asked me that, right? And I had no idea, but it's like as soon as he asked this knowing opened up in me and I was like, I think I want to do what you do. And it was a complete shock to me. And he said, okay, great. So you're going to need to start applying to grad schools right away. Start the process. It was this very beautiful paternal energy that just sort of oriented me to this frame of like, what are you going to do with your life? You're 22 years old. You've got to sort of get on it. So that was my journey. That's how it began. And then I went to school and got my PhD and here I am leaving that world behind. Yes, yes. So can you talk a little bit about you talk a lot and I love your Instagram page, by the way. It's great. You share a lot of awesome information, but you talk so much about how the first 5 years of our life makes such an impact. Can you dive into that a little bit? Yeah, and this is where I'm really grateful for my background in psychology is we learn a lot about the stages of childhood psychological development..
"sam" Discussed on That’s Strange
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"sam" Discussed on That’s Strange
"Was his explanation to begin with the story. He was crafting if he ever got caught and then the night that he got caught he was just so cocky and confident that he just spilt everything and forgot about his story or the police did their job and you know got it out of him but then later backtracked to the story that he was crafting in the backup at sixteen years laid right. Yeah like it. He waited sixteen years to say any of it or while. You know fifteen years. Because i think you know. I don't remember the exact timeline on when he actually did his confession and when he actually put that out in nineteen ninety-three but it was still. That's a long time. Because i i hear what you're saying. Like maybe like in the moment he was like you know what i'm just going to say. I did everything and and move on or whatever but it's just so weird that he would hold onto this for thirteen years unless he you know unless he got to a point where he was like. You know what it's been long enough. I'm gonna come out and say the truth now or walk. Yes it's either that or he changed in prison and was like man i need to. I need to try to make. It seem like i didn't do all this heinous all these heinous crimes. You know what i mean but even then even then it's still weird to confess to. You know. I did. Three of them. And i didn't do the other one you know. That's just odd thing it's like why why not just go go for it. And just say you know. I was under the influence of satanic call and they possessed me with the spirit of sam hain and therefore i committed all these murders and just try to absolve yourself of it entirely. Why admit to three of them right. You know it's definitely odd. And the fact that it was in the early nineties that he said it that was like the satanic cult..
"sam" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"A not very delicate moment join sheffield. It's easier to do a sex worker jokes if it's guy because there's no danger there but they're For for for sure. But like if there's an innocence to sam in the in the in the world and his and sam is a he he's a bachelor in the show you know. So he's he's. He's got a lot of relationships over the course of whatever but it's never out of a sort of it's all it's always innocent. It's always a place of being excited about the idea of love. You know what i mean so we wanted to like heighten that with the idea. Tim is terrible wing man. And so what is the trouble that sam can get into in that as as in so he finds this person Who he's into but it's the scenario is that like now he's He's in a world. He trips himself into a world that is not at all what he thought he would be. Involved in and the second act him denying that he's in that world even though the evidence is very clear and he's even behaving as if he's in that world but selling himself he's not so i kind of we want to find sort of ways to have me or have sam kind of really play because the the the constant catchphrase is like. I'm not cute. I'm sexy so you get to see sam. Having excuse to make himself sexy you know. Why is that. Why the epitome of sexy in the show monochrome suits macro detroit thing in detroit. We love monochrome monochrome sue. Same color shoes. Same color hat. Same color suit. So i like a very detroit thing. Yeah like the old heads have the alligator shoes and green shoes dreams. Yeah and that's for church. That's whatever as for sunday. So that's sam one step below wearing that hat so that is a detroit. Nap got it. That makes sense. Because yeah because when tim and christie discuss it he's just we'll be right back with more. Richardson support for this episode. Comes.
"sam" Discussed on Making Sense with Sam Harris
"And i'm sure that anyone who isn't vaccinated is very likely surrounded by people who are not vaccinated right so this is analogous to what happens with With smokers right. I think. I only know one or two people who still smoke cigarettes whereas if you smoke cigarettes i i imagine you many of your friends or smokers. So we're we're impressively silos here and this is all making it very difficult to talk about. What is rational and responsible because the silo in is not just socialist with respect to to information and sources of information that one deems credible. There's one different kill about that sam. I think you're you're making an app comparison to the smoker circle or mit versus the nonsmokers but differences that the smoker circuit isn't directly trying to hurt the nonsmokers ram. Where whereas here we have. We have a harm that serious. Unfortunately yes it's worse than secondhand smoke coming from xactly exam vaccinated her it to flip of the model. You know the way. It was supposed to work. Sam was that there was this famous herd immunity Lot of people had never heard of until they heard her ernie and then the idea was if just get seventy percent of people vaccinated than the other thirty percent would benefit because the virus wouldn't be able to find hosts so that they're the majority the one bubble would help the smaller one. But what's happened. Unfortunately is that we have. We have a much more transmissible. Contagious version of the virus would delta uses. We've seen it flip that model where the unvaccinated because it's substantial minority are now leading to infections in the vaccinated..
"sam" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"'cause believe are no top topped. Believe this ad much. As i looked going out and stuff. I get shy accord bay shy as well. People who with within while you but Yeah it would just be to just to have gum far it barely. I just smile the good times really got a here. Some on ago all my word and it will just take me back to down soon awesome neiman and the fly a great times great times all but just imagine how great the times also come in the future so excited for you. I won't end for lots of good altruistic reasons but mainly so that you can go to gael front. No honestly i'm i'm i'm a i'm excited and as i say i think by going on these nights and let me nice and meeting others and i honestly i'm so excited i can't wait. I keep saying at the time. Ac- post komo. I'm oh i hope it goes ahead. I'll be there first in line all my god. Well festive luck with the future. Love life at me is rights and you hundred percent deserve it and you will get it. That's just get covered up the way. I absolutely thanks so much for having me on his. Did i ever really appreciated. I'm damn if it just help somebody else think this sound live me. Oh i can do this. I can come out you know. And then that's great. John light apso flicking lutely huge. Thanks to sam chatting to me. And if she's anything like i won't she'll now be like a kid in candy store literally lapping up the go soon. Now it's fully reopened again. Good luck sam. Keep us posted on finding the woman of your dreams. And there was a big advocate for gator in the middle of. That wasn't there if you've never heard of it. It is the world's biggest. Lgbt radio station based in manchester as to whether actually download the app for free. And listen on your smart speaker in the uk. I listen online wherever you are in the world. Hey get ready for the next episode of coming out stories though it's a walker i'm talking to drag queen called valkyrie leader yes. The name is deliberately provocative. It is a tough listen. But it's really really worth it because the story does have a happy ending but fifteen. They're strict muslim. Mum threw them out forcing them to live with their grandparents until this happened in the end. My mom randomly after like a couple of months Aground peres ended up calling them out spy on saying you realize why i could come out on the light why his guy rhonda Flurry of rage and violence. And you just grabbed me by the three.
"sam" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"I'm <hes> able to gaito unevenness essay to listeners. Who like become glen I was telling them about really want to come out there. The never say book you know you do in your own time when it feels light. Yup <hes> everybody's on the worm journey and it just about by. I feel happier for dividend. Yeah i do. I feel like a weight's been lifted off my show. The avail like Yeah just feel lighter staff just field. Get me out what we said. Oh my word oh migra what you what you can be like a versus no. It's just just caught way. i'll be skipping. Down can go for for a girlfriend. Now what you're looking for who you're looking for world type. Well long hair. I quite glam maybe belonged. Do like somebody sounds like describing jesse from guy that from all the i hit the nail on the head. I'm so subtle really a break outside. You know it's a shame. She's in ballot home. I'm excited. Because i say to when a cam go out than shimao an unjust. I'm be me truly me Been late commend. both. I am a hit him. Nervous grow reopen about doing this with you today of a new chapter. isn't it. so did you come out to you son. So yup i am going to. But i'm not at the moment because purely because he has a north going on with school as some. Oh this but i know he'll be fine because he is like he is great by. Just think of the moment he's gone going With his own thing. I so i would say probably. I know the air what is left school. I think just plan get. This is all things you could just go his own hormones and stuff like that not that. I'm ashamed dog and like nothing. That i just think that he has a north of his own things to deal with right now public. Just go might. What's not now. I mean maybe the tom. It'd be right in euro two time when you dating a glamorous blonde and you might want to introduce him to exactly. Yeah so you know come home and all that entails just bay. Oh okay i just know honestly is is. The most relaxed chilled out. It looks out for matt. Five million men hem is as an absolute sti-. I know whatever i say. We'll just go. Oh that's fine but just think by now while with the school at all. I just think it's not quite right. Now there's no russia's really. I mean that's what people say about coming out to yourself. Also everyone there isn't there isn't a russia's and this is the thing you know as well like i've told my close circle of mates office the parent. No i'm done people on an also when because i just think it's not something that i just need to. Just tell me about. Go in a new. No i'm just like all of us that that's fine. That's how i that's how i am dealing with it for just happy. I just feel so happy that all my best distant i have told will rely still longer than my word. You know so any regrets believing it so long or you just happy with the the journey that you've been on. I never happened negras. Actually i never have the glass. I'm just a as a say to be honest. I bought a few bombos with girls and kisses ovalles an essay now just flooded too. I know exactly who i am. I'm just a veggie two minute chapter and To be truly make fabulous. I'm what would you say to that seventeen year. Old sam to gay club for the first time My word should've come with.
"sam" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"I think i made the decision. To be honest. they're muslim was minimum awam about was unto focus on him But to say now we coming up to sixteen and disappointing. Emma let me just tell you actually hop is planning my head of You know the What she said about the That's been settled the clubby manchester and light. I wanna go along to one of them. Wanna go on to the vet. I'm howdy all kinds of settled in my head. How i was going to go along to that and then break it to another way. I don't note madam making sentence here. But it was almost like a made Twenty-nine nine teen hours like a wanted to sa- say somethin'. What it just. I think with all this going on. I did yeah. Let's so you get up to go to you first lesbian night then and it just didn't happen and then a console and i was doing. Oh no what did really got it. I know into really obvious online. Dayton over aspire people face to face. i want you to be out there on the scene. This is the world's worst timing. Sam i mean you can basically take all your life to accept till you are and just to the moment when you're ready to go to a gay club and admit you are on me women. Laghi calvin comes along say absolutely outrageous shakes various ago. And you think your option is basically an online. And then you'd have to and then just go for a distanced walk anyway. I mean how single people are coping in this really done. I you know i mean. It's tough as humans we are. We're not supposed to be like indoor's and not being able to do thing would like to go out on an and just to socialize and see ism communicate with offers. It varies talk very very talk. So you've weightless time we've never actually had a girlfriend. Then you still waiting. I'm still waiting now. Jamie railroad question. How old are you know. Well how old were you when he came out last year. Essentially the same question though. I'm thirty seven. Okay so i am late. That's quite incredible isn't it. That's a long time to in the closet. That's what mainly sti- of twenty two foot so twenty nine years a long time the eighth all that time but you know i've got to think though am i is. I wouldn't have my soul undesirables. This i always you know appeared before is like people. Don't come out until even the seventies on eight days and the flight. And i certainly don't feel far too stephanus. Don't bail. I come eighty and you look at you i i. I don't go but you know as a long time. An what is a say just bill. Now that's it. I'm just betty to vets go when when we have. I swear low of gay video..
"sam" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"One of the most important conversations of your life. I'm also on the host. Tom now to hear from sam please note. This was recorded. Well before the so-called freedom day in england and strict kobe lockdowns were still in place. Well now restrictions have been lifted literally in last few days or assuming that sam is out there living her best lesbian life that you'll understand fully what i mean when he listened to sam's incredible story in full of taking over forty years to admit who she really was. I started by asking. Her journey to understanding self began to be honest. Probably when i was about eighteen which was a long time ago i discovered gave village in manchester. When there with the best day moves in One of the bars and i was just saw a while. This is just amazing Just path top it straightaway. Boat back then. Eighteen living at home Now my dad who's will straighten probably is not here anymore. Walt let's just say. I hate status. But he. He didn't like anything in relation to that chabala taylor and in being different all even. It was quite racist as well a bigot. Nobody can away. Even though happy signed. phelan's it was. I know maybe. I'm not supposed to feel like this so i kept the hidden though a long time to be honest. What do you went to the gay bar eighteen. Was that because you knew you again. Just to get out with the may and then it suddenly dawned on me yet. It was just it was it was it was simply that that was up first time going and feed and attracted to girls. I'm bed and in fact it was include wall. No woman i got asked by the scale to case. Obviously oh no. I just went. Oh no no no and because of his diet. I'm not posted feel like this. I don't know it was just. It was very confusing. Or maybe she the one where you're attracted to. You sort of denied you. She was scholarships out.
"sam" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"I finally started my own podcast. It's called the gala free and files and it's an excuse for me a black blind and gender nerd to ramble about doctor who i'm currently working through the ten quote most disappointing than ten best stories according to his twenty fifteen ranking of all the stories from nineteen. Sixty three onward. I'm so excited that. I'm putting my opinion into the world and not just talking to my podcast listening device. The podcast is available on apple. Podcast spotify amazon. And google play jordan. What a fantastic thing that you're doing. I mean yes you know like. I think any of us who started a thing were fans first and then we were like you know what i think. I wanna make thing now. So congratulations on coming to the side of content creator. Your podcast sounds fantastic. What a great structure to march through all the episodes of from that list and to weigh in on it. Maybe you'll agree with some of it. Maybe you won't. That's why people should listen and then also you know Remember why they loved. Dr who and and maybe where to start if they're thinking about diving in to you know sixty almost sixty years of Of doctor who episodes And i do believe that. I'm gonna guess that there are probably more than a few doctor who fans who listen to this podcast. So again it's called the gala free and files and check it out wherever you get your podcast. Thank you so much jordan for submitting events at ten dot com for anyone else. Who wants to get your stuff up on the cork board. Let's talk about this episode. Sam richardson who is a brilliant actor and an amazing comedy writer and performer. He's been in such fantastic stuff. sam was a co-creator and a writer and producer and an actor on detroiters He was on veep For three or four years He is in the tomorrow war which just came out today. July second and also He came on the podcast to promote where wolves within which looks fantastic. It's in theaters now. It's on digital rental rental and vod july second which is also today And it just looks great. So i highly recommend it's like a let's basically like a like a dark comedy horror movie about where wolves and i'm really excited about it so Thank you so much. Sam for coming on the podcast and also. Sam has a an encyclopedic knowledge of of television from the last several decades. Which we talk about Also has a background in Comedy sketch and improv so Just a really really great super funny dude and It was a real joy to have him on. So here we go the podcast number. Eleven twenty six with sam. Richardson as we roll the thing. I protocol.
"sam" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"It bills appropriate because Here's the one response to it because this person is really mixing it up intelligent. I love when somebody put something new intelligence. There's something new on television right now. You guys and sam. J is at the center of because it is called paws with sanjay and sam. Welcome to black on the air. It is a pleasure. Happy him firm as president. The thank you for having and it is so nice meeting. You are a breath of fresh television air. Thank you congratulations on the show. A how does it feel how you feel about it. you know. it's kind of an existential and body experience. Sometimes doing yeah. It's a little different. Because like i've been putting things out in a pandemic so is not like comes just running around but things is now opening up so i'm like a little more like i'll have been doing stand up at the seller and i'm hearing the crowd. Clap louder for me. You know something. Exactly exactly watching. It feels cool. Yeah came home yesterday. I came back to boston. And i was hanging on a stupid shit and we will talk in and they were just talking about how they're watching the show in how it feels like it's in them made me feel good. 'cause that that really was the goal of the joe is a gammon. That's definitely dope. Yeah that's nice when you get that kind of feedback. Vets described the show for everybody. It's kind of like it. Takes place kind of the center of the shows. That is a party. we're hanging out with friends and people like that in you kind of start discussing a theme were theme comes out of it. There's ways to like sketches interviews. Things like that but the center of the show. Is this party right. Yeah yes based around a hang really on and that just came from mad different iterations of trying to figure our like what show was going to be an hour. It was gonna be in. I didn't wanna do. It does show because at the my style honesty. It was really that simple. I was just like out. I'm good behind a desk..