35 Burst results for "Santa"
Alejandro Mayorkas Blames Smugglers for Disinformation to Migrants
"Cut 5 go I have to ask you a question Does the president bear some responsibility for the surge we're seeing right now I want to play you a piece of something he said during the campaign again back in 2019 take a listen All those people are seeking asylum They deserve to be heard That's who we are We're a nation that says if you want to flee and you're freeing oppression you should come Mister secretary they came They're sitting outside along our border right now It is cold at night It is sizzling hot during the day There is dust There are children They came Did that messaging encourage people to make this crossing What encourages people to make the crossing is the false information the lies that the smugly organizations communicate It's your policies What lives there being told Harry up he can get into the United States Is that a lie We have millions and millions of people who've done it Is that a lie Didn't happen in the prior administration It's the Republicans vote It's the judge's fault It's Trump's father It's Abbott's fault It's the Santa's fun And in Arizona you know we're doing everything
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Latest Poll Sees Trump Defeating Both Biden & DeSantis
"But the drudge report alert came out and it was the shock poll Washington Post ABC News poll. This just cracks me up. The never trumpers don't know what to do. They really don't, because they all watch ABC News and read The Washington Post. And they don't know whether to wind their, what's the phrase they don't know whether to scratch their fanny or wine their watch? They don't know whether to wind their fannies and scratch their watch. They don't know which end is up. This poll, the shock pole shows Trump today crushing Biden and crushing desantis. That's the part that was kind of lost from all the breathless headlines. Trump beats the santas in a hypothetical matchup, I mean, excuse me, Trump beats Biden in a hypothetical matchup by 7 points. Desantis beats Biden by the same margin, 7 points. I think for Trump it's like 49 to 42% and for desantis, I think it's 48 to 41%. I know it's both 7%. There's 7 points, right? But head to head with Trump. Trump crushes Ron DeSantis.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Trump and DeSantis Dominate in Latest 2024 Election Poll
"Who's the chief pollster for Rasmussen, joins us now, Mark welcome to the program. Hi, good to be here again. It is definitely a lot of numbers. Yeah. That is so I have all these charts and graphs in front of me and why don't you just start with the most significant and we'll work our way through it. We did this poll and it was a sponsored poll so everybody can go to our website and download the stuff and look at for themselves. There's like 20, 25 questions here. Really dense, but the poll was done for one very specific reason. Our sponsor for this poll, Larry word from political media. Was really sick of the infighting that he sees on the conservative side, and he thinks that desantis is perceived to be very favorable among Republicans just as Donald Trump is. And that potentially together the both of them on the same ticket might be better in whole than in part. And so that was what we set out to prove. And I think we proved it pretty resoundingly. So we started by setting a benchmark of how would Trump do alone in a 2024 rematch against president Joe Biden. And Donald Trump beats him 48% to 41% in this poll, which is in line with what we saw about a month ago when we ran that same question. Then the next thing we did was we said if Florida governor Ron DeSantis was Donald Trump's running mate against Joe Biden, would you vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris or to Santa's Trump? And now, Trump does better. So we have Trump and desantis beating Biden and Harris, 51% to 43%, which is a slightly larger lead 8% instead of 7%, but it gets the Trump ticket over the 50% hurdle, which is very important.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Did Your Parents Crush Your Santa Dreams at a Young Age?
"What age did you learn Santa Claus might not exist? I think 7 or 8. And I was devastated. I was there with my man. Devastated. How about you learn it from a kid at school? No, this is going to make my dad look so bad. He is my dad is the best. He did the most to try to make me believe in Santa Claus. I heard him say it to my older sister. I heard him say something like when are we going to tell Julie that the Easter Bunny in Santa aren't real and I was so sad. And then he went, no, no, no, I was just kidding. I was just kidding. Whatever back of the barn. That's interesting. I would think that parents would just allow it to evolve. Why did they have to sit down your child and say, listen, I just want you to know there's really no Santa. Really, what is the answer to that? I don't know. I think I agree. I mean, I guess if you're 13 and still believe in Santa, it's a little odd. But yeah, just let it just let it evolve. I agree. But I am as fascinated with this mythology idea as you are with one's nature. Well,
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Larry Elder: Auditioning for the American People
"Have that empathy for the American people and you have that America first mindset with a likeability that shorter your argument, isn't it? I think the same thing applies to a battle between you and Ron DeSantis as it would you and Donald Trump. Well, my argument is a little different, Michael. My argument is, I've been talking, debating conservative issues, defending them for some 40 years in print on radio on TV with callers. I ran for governor of California. I got 3.5 million votes around the Santa's got 4.6 million votes in Florida with a battlefield far less daunting than the battlefield out here in California. On the question two replacement side, I carried 57 to 58 counties in California, the only one I lost was San Francisco, and I lost that Michael by a whopping 149 votes. Got in with 8 weeks left. In 8 weeks, we raised $27 million from a 150,000 individual donors, half a home came from outside of California. So there's a record there. And I've never said that I'm running against Donald Trump, we're running against Ron DeSantis or anybody else. I'm auditioning to the American people. I want the American people to look at me and say, can you deal with this guy? Somebody like Larry elder, whose father, I came from abject poverty, never knew his biological father. Ended up cleaning 20s for a living, started little cat say when my dad retired Michael, this 8th grade dropout had a net worth of a little bit under a $1 million, owning the restaurant property, probably next door in the home we still have in our family. So that doesn't tell you what it can happen in America. I don't know what can.
AP News Radio
Second straight collapse caps Bucks' stunningly early exit
"Milwaukee Bucks star Jana Santa kumpo is taking a big picture approach to his team's stunning first round loss to the Miami Heat in the NBA playoffs. After the 8th seeded heat ended the top seeded bucks season with a one 28 one 26 overtime loss in game 5 Wednesday on ted-talks answer to a reporter's question about whether or not the team season was a failure went viral. There's no failure in sports. You know there's good days, bad days, some days you are able to be successful. So this is not. Antenna Cooper averaged 23.3 points and 11 rebounds over three games in the series, while missing two games with a back injury. I'm geffen coolbaugh
The Officer Tatum Show
Fighting the Good Fight
"There's a lot of fighting to do before the 2024 election, and one of them is the culture wars that exists. And I of the personal belief that if we don't win the culture wars, I'm not convinced that we could win foreign wars. Again, how can you recruit people to fight for you in the military to fight for the United States if they're taught to hate the country? I just don't think it's going to happen. And I really am sadly, I'm not convinced that conservatives are great at fighting culture awards. I still don't think we're good at it. You know, I know desantis got a lot of flak at a lot of shade. And again, again, I'll reiterate. I want Trump in 2024. However, I don't think you knocked a Santa for the things that he's doing here. I think he's been phenomenal with something that he could do more, but I think he's been phenomenal. For the most part, but we'll return to that, but here's what I want you to do. I want you to keep fighting the fights. Regardless of if you're a Trump supporter, regardless of your desantis supporter, there's a lot of fighting that's going on in between that we all need to be a part of.
AP News Radio
Prosecutors dismiss Alec Baldwin charge, citing new evidence
"And involuntary manslaughter charge against actor Alec Baldwin has been thrown out. I Norman hall. New Mexico prosecutors have formally dismissed an involuntary manslaughter charge against Alec Baldwin in the fatal 2021 shooting of a cinematographer on the set of the western film rust they cited new evidence of the need for more time to investigate. Special prosecutors filed the notion to dismiss the only charge against Baldwin in a Santa Fe court, the motion said the investigation is ongoing, an involuntary manslaughter charge against the weapons supervisor, Hannah Gutierrez Reed, is unchanged. I Norman hall
AP News Radio
Charge to be dropped in Alec Baldwin movie set shooting
"Lawyers for actor Alec Baldwin say prosecutors will drop an involuntary manslaughter charge against him over the shooting death of his cinematographer outside Santa Fe New Mexico in 2021. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. Alec Baldwin's attorneys have issued a statement saying they are pleased with the decision to dismiss the case against their clients. The prosecutors did not immediately comment on the case. It's unclear whether charges could be refiled. In 2021, Baldwin pointed a gun at cinematographer halyna Hutchins during a rehearsal for the movie rust when the gun went off and killed her. Weapons supervisor Hannah Gutierrez Reed also was charged with involuntary manslaughter. Her lawyers say they expect Gutierrez read to be exonerated as well
AP News Radio
Producers reboot 'Rust' after fatal shooting by Alec Baldwin
"Production is expected to resume Thursday on the Alec Baldwin movie rust, which was put on hold after the shooting death of a cinematographer. I marches are a letter with the latest. The production company for the film rust says filming will resume at a new location, the Yellowstone film ranch in Montana in October 2021 outside Santa Fe, New Mexico, actor Alec Baldwin was pointing a gun when it went off during a scene setup. Cinematographer halyna Hutchins was killed and director Joel Souza was wounded as part of a settlement's production will resume with Hutchins husband Matthew as an executive producer. A documentary about Hutchins will be made at the same time. Meanwhile, Baldwin and weapons supervisor Hannah Gutierrez Reed are facing involuntary manslaughter charges. They have each pleaded not guilty
AP News Radio
Michelle, Lisa Rathke And Alexandria, Virginia discussed on AP News Radio
"Every April in Montpelier Vermont, the country's smallest capital city transforms into poem city for national poetry month. I'm Lisa rathke. Like monotony and monogamy, we are multiplied, but first divided. April's national poetry month, a special time of year in Montpelier, storefronts, and businesses downtown, a graced with poems written by vermonters, poem city organizer Michelle singer says nobody parties with poetry quite like Montpelier. As far as we know, it's the biggest celebration of national poetry month that we can find anywhere. This year, 350 poems are featured around pillar, the city library held its first ever poetry parade this past Saturday, where poets and literati walked around the city reading the poems on the windows allowed in a group experience. Pulled out unwilling like a man's last breath from some unknown scene he never had to risk death. Other cities around the country celebrate national poetry month their own way in West Hollywood, California, poetry from living poets, is displayed on street pole banners along Santa Monica boulevard, the New York public library has free workshops, and the winning poems from a contest in Alexandria, Virginia, are displayed on city buses and trolleys. I'm Lisa rathke, Montpelier Vermont
AP News Radio
Vermont's capital city celebrates poetry with parade, display of poems
"April in Montpelier Vermont, the country's smallest capital city transforms into poem city for national poetry month. I'm Lisa rathke. Like monotony and monogamy, we are multiplied, but first divided. April's national poetry month, a special time of year in Montpelier, storefronts, and businesses downtown, a graced with poems written by vermonters, poem city organizer Michelle singer says nobody parties with poetry quite like Montpelier. As far as we know, it's the biggest celebration of national poetry month that we can find anywhere. This year, 350 poems are featured around pillar, the city library held its first ever poetry parade this past Saturday, where poets and literati walked around the city reading the poems on the windows allowed in a group experience. Pulled out unwilling like a man's last breath from some unknown scene he never had to risk death. Other cities around the country celebrate national poetry month their own way in West Hollywood, California, poetry from living poets, is displayed on street pole banners along Santa Monica boulevard, the New York public library has free workshops, and the winning poems from a contest in Alexandria, Virginia, are displayed on city buses and trolleys. I'm Lisa rathke,
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
DeSantis Takes on Disney's Autocracy
"Let's begin with the key finding yesterday that governor desantis made in his statement about Disney and what the fast one Disney attempted to pull when they were losing the many state of Disney, which very few people, including me, that didn't know existed, cut number 21 governor to Santa at a press conference yesterday. You know, one of the things they tried to do was put restrictive covenants on the land that the district owns. So if you look at this whole special district, Walt Disney corporation obviously owns a lot of it, but the district owns other land. You know, quite frankly, I wasn't even thinking about that land. This was not something that was really important one way or another. We just wanted to live on the same rules, pay the debt, pay the taxes, all that stuff. We'll come to think of it now, people are like, well, what should we do with this land? And so, you know, it's like, okay, I mean, people have said, you know, maybe have another maybe create a state park. Maybe try to do more amusement parks. Someone even said like, maybe you need another state prison. Who knows? I mean, I just think that the possibilities are endless. And so that is now going to be analyzed. It's now going to be analyzed.
AP News Radio
DeSantis signs bill to carry concealed guns without a permit
"Floridians will now be able to carry concealed guns without a permit. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. Governor Ron DeSantis signed the bill in a private ceremony Monday. It will allow floridians who can legally own a gun to carry one concealed without a permit. Training in a background check will not be required. It takes effect July 1, a background check and three day waiting period will still be required to purchase a gun from a licensed dealer, though not for private exchanges of weapons. The Santa's only immediate public comment constitutional carry is in the books, said in a three paragraph news release, desantis has said Florida should go even further and allow people to openly carry guns. White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre called it shameful desantis signed the bill behind closed doors, adding. This is the opposite of common sense gun safety. I'm Ben Thomas.
The Dan Bongino Show
Vivek Ramaswamy: Competition Breeds Innovation
"And if you were the nominee or Trump or the Santa or whoever it is you can all kind of learn a little bit from each other in the end when it's all over and you link shields Hopefully you take this thing back I'm sorry I didn't mean to interrupt you there No I thought you were asking me I just agree with you vehemently Dan is competition breeds innovation as we say in the private sector The same things actually true in politics Competition brings the best out of each of us And I'll say something about maga about America first These are big ideas They're bigger than any one man than any of us They're bigger than me they're bigger than desantis They're bigger than Trump I give Trump a lot of credit for starting this movement but to take it to the next level it's about putting America first and America wins in the end when we have many people who are interested in advancing that American cause and I'm in this race because I do Now in my case I'm 37 years old I'm a millennial I'm the first millennial candidate to ever run for U.S. president as a Republican And I'm doing it because I think the next generation of Americans is missing a shared national identity I want to create that for them I got two kids For their generation I think we need to create a missing national identity and through the question of what it means to be American And I think to put America first the moment we're in then is we have to first remember what America even is And that's the purpose of my campaign And you know what We've already seen examples of other candidates that are starting to advance some of the same policies that I've advocated for Some of my fans said that they found that they were irritating and they were criticizing others I said no no no guys This is a good thing We're sharing these ideas for a reason It's a good thing if other candidates espouse them So I embrace that actually
The Eric Metaxas Show
John Zmirak Describes the Media's Response to the Nashville Tragedy
"Is that you? I know you must feel cheated. I'm much shorter and not nearly as smart and not really as old as Alan Dershowitz. You didn't teach at Harvard Law School or anything. What have you done? I love talking to you and so I can joke around about it. What do you want to talk about today? There's a lot of dark stuff in the news. What should we discuss? Well, yesterday, I got to go through the modern media cycle as that horrible shooting in Nashville unfolded. And I was on the phone with other writers from the stream when we were trying to figure out the details. And our first thought was, well, what kind of person is this? How will this how will the how will the media spin this? How will this be used to attack other Americans? I mean, innocent Americans are being murdered, how will our elites use this to hurt the rest of America who didn't have children on that playground? And that's the sad thing. We're distracted from the horror of what's actually happening by our horror at what's going to happen next. Because whenever there's a mass shooting, the Democrats are like children on Christmas morning, they come running down to see what Santa left for them. The best present, like the red schwinn bike is if it's a white male Republican who was at some point in a member of a Christian church. That's what they're hoping for. If the shooter was that kind of a person they are, they are very happy indeed. So and if he's not, they're going to, they're going to sort of fudge the details. So when we first, when we didn't hear the shooter's race, we thought, okay, it's not a white, it's not a white guy. If it were a white guy, we would know immediately. If you were linked to any conservative cause or conservative church, we would know instantly. If his name is something like jihadi Al shabab, and he was yelling allahu Akbar when he did it, they will say motives, we may never know the motives for this killing. Okay? But if this guy ever was a member of young Republicans, 25 years ago, it will be presented as something Donald Trump is personally responsible for.
AP News Radio
FDIC: First Citizens Bank to acquire Silicon Valley Bank
"First Citizens Bank has been given the green light to acquire trouble Silicon Valley bank. I Norman hall. The federal deposit insurance corporation has agreed on the sale of Silicon Valley bank to North Carolina based first Citizens Bank and trust company. The FDIC said in a statement late Sunday that the transaction involves the sale of all deposits and loans of SVB to first citizens, collapse of Silicon Valley bank rattled the banking industry and led the FDIC and other regulators to act to protect depositors to prevent wider financial turmoil based in Santa Clara, California, failed on March 10th after depositors rushed to withdraw money amid fears about the bank's health. It was the second largest bank collapse in U.S. history. I Norman hall
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Caller Unhappy With Dr. Sebastian Gorka's Criticism of Ron DeSantis
"I was hoping to take a minute, maybe 90 seconds and address the top of my Friday, I think. All the people that are just outright attacking Ron DeSantis the past couple of days. And I saw an interview last night. Our newsmax, where the whole interview Brian understand us. And then they brought in a couple of people to respond to runs interview and one of the people with sub gorka. And I'm just on fire after sub gorka said that Seth was all wrapped up about Santa's being silenced for two whole days. After the Trump announcement that he was going to be arrested and then he was mad about sub was mad about Ron DeSantis using the term hush money for a porn star. And he was upset because others were thinking about that's what the case is about. Hush money to a porn stock. But what really got to me was when this was a quote, Ron DeSantis looked into a camera. Point this thing, everyone said, you are a former jag rang, meaning judge efficacy general. Rule of law should matter to you. And I thought I was just, I just went back. For the past year, I'd just like to remind everybody that in April of 2022, Ron DeSantis signed a bill banning CRT from Florida schools from kindergarten to 12th grade. In August of 2022, he formed the election crimes in security office, which has been very successful, but he's looking in the voter fraud. Also in August of 22, Ron DeSantis fired that Soros prosecutor Andrew Warren for not doing his job. I want how many people remember that in September of 2022. We
"santa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Santa Claus. See it all fits. Soon Santa will be wearing shorts. Because the North Pole is melting. Make sure you teach your kids that, by the way. Hopefully the bomb cyclone doesn't stop Santa. You know? Maybe it makes him, it gives him more energy. Isn't that how it works? I don't know how old I was, maybe I was about 25. When I started, you know, not believing in Santa anymore. Yeah. And what do you mean not believing not believing what? Just in general, just say not believing in Santa. In case any young kids are up at two O 6 central time in the morning. What are you saying? And so my father who was still trying to get me to believe came rushing in the house and said, turn on the radio, turn on the radio. And it was norad, you know, the norad report that they were officially doing on the radio. Yeah. And that convinced me for another year. They would have it on the radio. Cracking him. My dad sat me down at a young age and said, look, I'm a cop. Here's what you need to know. When you stop believing you stop getting gifts. Do you have any questions? No, sir. This is our Christmas show. We have no Christmas hors d'oeuvres. We have no Christmas food. We have no Christmas alcohol. We have no Christmas eggnog. I just opened a gift that someone sent me and it was a thank you gift from something that I did for them and nothing. It was in a box that a food product box. Oh man. The skinny pop, the popcorn. And I thought it was a box of skinny pop popcorn. Now, it's a beautiful, it's a beautiful award. It's a thank you award that they gave me. But no food. It's not edible. Oh, you know what? You said you have edibles? What? What? There's an idea. Make trophies edible. There you go. I'm really hungry right now. But yeah, no, it's a beautiful, beautiful. It's just that I saw the popcorn box and I was like, oh, I love popcorn. But apparently I'll have to wait to get that popcorn. 'cause there's none. There's none in the box. There's not in the box. Yeah. Well, it's here comes the long, long, cold winter, or in Texas, which was about three days. Three days, and then next week, next by the end of next week, I hope to be, I hope to hit the golf course once. Yeah. I have not played golf since the end of April. Right, not once. That is a record for me. And the thing was, by the time we got to some, you know, after that, and I had played in January, February March, April, and then may came up, remember it got hot in April and May. We went straight into something. Yeah, I don't want to play in the heat. And then when the nice weather started coming, I go, okay, I'll play this weekend. It would rain. Yeah. Every time I wanted to play with rain, right? Then I got, well, what the heck? And so it's like, okay, that's if I get back. I don't know, but if I get back to buffalo and then come back here, that's still to be seen. It seems that my little window may be closing in a little bit. Weather wise, as it seems like the storm may be hitting a little bit earlier now. But either way, by Tuesday, I can hit the driving range. And then Wednesday I can hit the driving range before trans Siberian, and I make golf on it only takes me a couple. 'cause I don't care how I play. I just want to get out and I just want to get out in 65° weather and hit a couple of golf balls. Right, right. Whether I play the whole 18, I don't know. And I did not, I did in the beginning of the year, but I have not for most of the year I did not use my special seniors pass that I had to pay 99 bucks for. That gets you a big discount on what the probably saves you ten to $15 around. So if you play ten times a year, more than ten times a year or 20 times a year, which I would normally play at this one golf course, or any of the golf course associated with this one, you save money, but I blew that money. Yeah. But, you know, other than that, oh, next hour, next hour, top of the hour, it's Gary's a Christmas story. Yeah. Did I tell every year? Right. If you've never heard it before, you're gonna. Really? That's your Christmas story. Oh, okay. So there you go. A very violent Christmas. The nightmare of Christmas morning. Well, what's interesting is that if today that story were to go viral, that's what they would say. So you got to tune in to hear it, but when we were in that age, that's not what no, it wasn't. No, it was just it was a boy. It was a really cool toy. My parents didn't think so. No, they didn't. They didn't. They were upset with my brother, got me. Yeah. But that's coming, that's coming next hour. So I started thinking with because we went through what Michael schellenberger was saying about the whole Hunter Biden laptop and the FBI involvement in it. And there's major questions to be asked. And if the FBI believes they can simply say, wow, this is just normal operating procedures. Sorry, that doesn't cut it. But as I told you, I said, you know, the allegations are so damning that if there's any truth to it at all, they don't know how to respond. To this. If they, for example, it didn't know about it, no how to respond. Ray, I'm sorry. Right, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'm on vacation already if I'm saying mccabe. Ray, I don't know if they know how to respond to it. They may be looking to go, what?
History That Doesn't Suck
"santa" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck
"Poor WAN lips, and the grass seemed greener in the treasury dooryard, and the sky bluer than it had been before. Even on that bright day. Perhaps, well, never mind. If anyone says anything to you about principles and giving alms, you tell him that Santa Claus takes care of the principles at Christmas, and not to be afraid. As for him, if you want to know, just ask the old woman on the treasure corner. And so, walking down that avenue of goodwill, I came to my train again and went home. But when I had time to think at all over, I remembered the letters in my pocket, which I had not opened. I took them out and read them. And among them were two cent to me and trust for Santa Claus himself, which I had to lay away with the editor's message until I got to do rubbed off my spectacles. One was from a great banker, and it contained a check for a $1000 to help buy a home for some poor children of the east side tenements in New York, where the chimneys are so small and mean that scarce even a letter will go up through them, so that ever so many little ones over there never get on Santa Claus's books at all. The other letter was from a lonely old widow. Almost as old as my dear mother in Denmark, and it contained a $2 bill. For years, she wrote, she had saved and saved, hoping some time to have $5, and then she would go with me to the homes of the very poor and be Santa Claus herself. And whenever you decided it was right to leave a trifle, that should be the place where it would be left. Read the letter. But now, she was so old that she could no longer think of such a trip, and so she sent the money she had saved. And I thought of a family in a one of those tenements where father and mother are both lying ill. With a boy who ought to be in school, fighting all alone to keep the wolf from the door and winning the fight. I guess he had been too busy to send any message up the chimney. If indeed, there is one in his house. But you ask him right now, whether he thinks there is a Santa Claus or not. No Santa Claus. Yes, my little man. There is a Santa Claus think God. Your father had just forgotten. The world would indeed be poor without one. It is true that he does not always wear a white beard and drive a reindeer team, not always, you know. But what does it matter? He is Santa Claus with the big, loving, Christmas heart for all that. Santa Claus with the kind thoughts for everyone that make children and grown up people being with happiness all day long. And shall I tell you a secret, which I did not learn at the post office, but it is true all the same. Of how you can always be sure your letters go to him straight by the chimney route. It is this. Send along with them a friendly thought for the boy you don't like. For Jack who punched you or Jim, who was mean to you. The meaner he was, the harder do you resolve to make it up? Not to bear him a grudge. That is the stamp for the letter to Santa. Nobody can stop it, not even across draft in the chimney when it has that on. Because don't you know, Santa Claus is the spirit of Christmas. And ever and ever so many years ago, when the dear little baby was born after whom we call Christmas and was cradled in a manger out in the stable because there was not room in the end, that spirit came into the world to soften the hearts of men and make them love one another. Therefore, that is the mark of the spirit to this day. Don't let anybody or anything rub it out. Then the rest doesn't matter. Let them tear Santa's white beard off at the Sunday school festival and growl in his bare skin coat. These are only his disguises. The steps of the real Santa Claus, you can trace all through the world as you have done here with me. And when you stand in the last of his tracks, you will find the blessed
"santa" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Like that, emotionally vacant. And he does it really well. That kind of blank. It reminds me of The Simpsons with saying this little helper takes a frisbee right to the eyeballs. Thurmond kind of has that look on his face all the time. Like he's about to get whacked in the face and not even blank. So I enjoyed it. I enjoyed it now because of how much I enjoy it. Then it's difficult to separate the two. So, I mean, I waved between 7, 7 and a half, I give it a 7 and a half. Kid was kind of scary, though, 'cause somebody would talk to him or say something to him. And he would just look blankly at their ears. Like walking down. You're like, oh fuck. I'm intimidated. Yeah. But I brought this from my review. It's difficult for me. I couldn't go any higher than that because it's like, I couldn't necessarily recommend something that I know. Some people might be offended by. Yeah. It's tough as I midsummer. How high can I rate them in summer knowing that half the people in the theater left? But you also have to know what it is going into it. Right? Yeah. I didn't go into this movie expecting something that was PC. Exactly, exactly. And I think that's why I said, I would recommend it to somebody. And give them a little, hey, this is, I mean, every movie says it now. I was like, this is for mature audiences only. Yeah. And I was like, but it is funny to think that what, in a one month span, this and elf came out and elf is a flat out Christmas classic now. And bad Santa just came out with him. Same month of that. Yeah. Just one month. And it's just crazy to see how those two have been. Well, I mean, one is an R film. Exactly. The wide appeal, I guess, too.
"santa" Discussed on Cinemavino
"So I think that was one of the funny so I had it on subtitles, but it was like, he's ready to say, oh, well, you know, I heard these noises. He's like, you know, how do we fire him? Yeah. And I think the subtitle, and you kind of hear him like he's kind of a slurp. I think he chokes on it at one point. And I was like, is he joking on that? Like off camera and was like, is he joking on that? It was like the perfect time. And I'm like, all right, that's pretty good. It reminded me of a bit from 30 rock where Alec Baldwin's character has some negotiation with his trinidadian nanny nanny. And she just doesn't talk the entire time. She just like is peeling an orange. And he's just trying to haggle her down. He prides himself as being like this big negotiator. And she just looks at him and just goes, so what we're going to do. And he's just like, this woman completely defeated me at my own game. And so then there's a scene like ten minutes later where he's in a board room and he just does the exact same thing, just starts peeling an orange. You just go, well, we gonna do? This remind me of just like Bernie Mac just slurping the orange piece and just like campfire. I can't do it. I wanted to see more of Billy Bob Thornton trolling the big and tall section. I wanted to see how that went down. Yeah. The joke was about him having sex with a larger lady, but it was definitely with lorelai, right? It was just in the big and tall dressing room. Maybe? I don't know. Yeah. I think he just found a woman over there and I don't know. I think they left it ambiguous. Yeah, he did. And I thought the implication was that it was her, but I guess it could have been a larger lady. I think it's like the briefcase in Pulp Fiction, you fill it in yourself. Yeah, you don't know. And third and filled it in. Yeah, he knew what he wanted. You're not gonna shit right for a week. No. Man, before Sean, I have to interrupt, but like, what were the three bees at the very end when he has the gun pointed at him? And he was like, man, it was like, what were the three bees? Yeah. And he said, 'cause the last one was butt fucking or something like that. And he was just like, three B's. Booze. What was it? I don't think that was in my version. Yeah, it was like, I remember it. Yeah. And then too much booze, too much something. Three B's. He's just so I was like, okay, that line was fucking funny, and that one I'll give it, yeah. So what was your final rank 6? 6. I mean, it has its own special place in my heart, but it's at Christmas movie to me. Soft steaks. Yeah. I was like 6 and a half. My nickname in high school. It can be an 8. It's got teasing. It just depends. So anyway, I enjoy this a lot back in the day.
"santa" Discussed on Cinemavino
"I'm curious to hear your guys thought I'm assuming everybody here has seen it before. Yes. I never saw it in theaters, really. So I saw it partially, maybe on TV, so today was like the first day I actually saw it all the way through. And unedited. And it was the director's cut. Oh wait, you had the director's cut? Yeah. Was that bad to her, Santa? Yeah. Oh, is that what it was? So when you asked, I was like, no, it's just the first Santa. I had the option of choosing between the director's cut, the original and the unrated version. Yeah, I think I bought the unrated version back in the day. Okay. And I don't think there's a huge difference. Not a huge difference. I think it's just slightly more boobs. Yeah. 'cause I own the unrated on Blu-ray or DVD or whatever. And I saw the original theater. So it's like, I can't honestly tell you the difference, but yeah, I don't know. Director's cut, I'd be curious to know what the difference is on the director's cut, though. I guess I don't know. I'm assuming just raunchier. No, the director's cut is typically like edited differently. Great diversion that's usually raunchier. Yeah. It's like different scenes and elongated scenes I guess. They are along. In this situation, I was like, raunchy is like this movie's only currency. I know. Yeah. I was assumed if there's more of it that's gonna be raunchy or if it's edited differently. Did you ever see the beer fest unrated version? Yes. That one is just them throwing in tits randomly. Yes. Yeah. And I should have been the original. And check that out, I guess. So a lot of boobs. I'm curious to hear your thoughts. Was it your text ringtone or your call right now? That's what I was kind of curious about. Is it my call ringtone? Fuck me, Santa. Fuck me. I don't believe that for a second.
Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"santa" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"So that's his end and then krampus touches the sleigh because he notices it's from his relatives or family or race. I think he says and of the elder the kind of the good side of the gods version of him and he touches it and then he's like now it's mine and all the dogs turned demonic. It's black and red. But luckily Santa's back because lady dagmar tries attacking him and a few of the other people like Gunnar Mickelson who frees the children he would have been taken to the castle to primarily to be eaten because they are fattening those kids up, which is pretty messed up. And yeah, and they all struggle they can't defeat him. And then Santa jumps on in his fighting and he's like, no, I'm going to kill all the bad children. I'm going to eat all the bad children in Santa goes there are no bad children. And then he cuts his fucking head off. Amazing. And then this is in the upper atmosphere, because they fly up to the upper atmosphere. Cuts his head off, krampus becomes like a meteorite, crashes back down in grimsby, and Santa rides down triumphantly. And what a story what a story so much for and only 7 issues, so it's a good, I think it's a good amount of issues. It doesn't feel abrupt. Everything feels earned and it's enjoyable. It's fun. You can take your time with it, you can blitz through it. It's an absolute blast. And it's fun. And it's a really sweet and it's nice as well. It's action packed. It has the whole spirit of Christmas. I know this is an alternative Christmas season for the podcast but it is it's lovely. It's really charming and I just think it's beautiful. It's fun. It has everything you would want in a kind of a badass Santa tail. I've read a few of these kind of comics where it's like, oh, badass Santa. And I'm sure I'll be doing some more in the future. But I think this book is great. And then he the ending is that he lives out the rest of his life in Grimm's fig, not all of his life, but all of lady dagmar's life. And kind of adopts Jonas as his own son, but when she dies, he decides to go off and have various other adventures and be the Santa we all know him to be, basically. So, and I think that obviously will lead on to those other books that I've not read. If you want me to read them, let me know and I'll do I'll do the next one next year. I think there's three volumes I want to say, including this one. So yeah, go check it out, guys. If you've had fun, if it sounds like a book for you, if you've not read it, go give it a try. Again, I've not mentioned everything how can I? But there's a lot to be enjoyed there. There's a lot of fun and yeah, absolutely impeccable story. Go out and try it. I know they're all available on comics. Again, I can send a link over as well. I can leave that in the show notes as well. If you want to fund that KickStarter, if you want a big collection, I'm very, very tempted. I think I might do that because I've loved this story and a few others are even half as good as this.
Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"santa" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"These miners. There's another character in the book called Gunnar Mikkelsen, and we follow a lot of his family, like his son and daughter, and his wife and he kind of leads a rebellion Santa inspires them to rebel and then they set the coal mine on fire and, you know, they have to bully it out and all this other stuff. And again, like Magnus constantly clamping down. I have to talk about the artwork because it is gorgeous. This is the first work I've ever read of Dan Moore. I'm not sure how much he'd done before, but I thought it was absolutely beautiful and I know he's currently on the world's finest comic with Mark waid and that looks gorgeous every page and every bit of our work I see from him is absolutely amazing. It's such a, it's colorful. It's fun. It's vibrant. It's I think he's one of the better modern artists in comic books. In my opinion, I just think it's brilliant all the detail and the fun, the, from the panel placement, I think, is great as well. Such kinetic energy with things always happening and going and falling and jumping and fighting. You know, there's a really brutal punch that Santa gives in the book and it's really it's amazing. And there's a couple of other really brutal moments which are really great and just shown in all their glory. Again, it's not Uber violent as a book. It's quite it's soft and it's tender, but it has enough, I think, for people to enjoy. And I think kids could enjoy it. I don't think it's that violent. I think there are moments where it's like, it's maybe a bit on edge, but I think for like a mature ten year old, 11, 12, 13, I think. I think a kid can get a lot out of this because it's fun and it makes Santa a badass, I think, like young boys are especially would get a kick out of that necessarily, but girls as well, or whatever gender that you identify with. I think everyone can get something out of this book. And it's fun. And I just think it's bloody great. So if you haven't read it, go out and read it. It is brilliant, but I'll carry on spoiling it for you because that's what I do. Spoil it down. So yes, as I was saying, lord Magnus is whispering, this voice is whispering to him, and it apparently always has been like as long as he's kind of been alive. He's heard this voice. And there's something in the mind that's kind of whispering to him and telling him to do stuff. And we learn at the end what that is. But we have, we have a lot of kind of adventures and eventually they lay a trap for Santa. For Klaus, who it's written by his son Jonas and we, well, actually before that, we learned that lady Doug mar learns who Klaus is and they describe him as kind of wolf or winter spirit and people are either frightened or amazed or they're hopeful because it's this thing.
Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"santa" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"Toys and they have some kind of magical ability and some kind of they do very unusual things, basically. And because they've taken them all away, Santa, or Klaus, has to come up with a better way of coming and delivering those gifts. And what's really nice about the story is it slowly, but surely. Introduces all the facets of the Santa law, if you will, so the sled and the going down the chimneys and like I said, the red and the white that he wears and what it represents. And he draws like a big jewelry room, you know, like a Viking rune in the snow to say joy, which is a kind of a bit kind of superhero ish like the crow or something like that, which I really liked and people are like, Joey, why does he leave the room for joy? And the humbug that is kind of lord Magnus keeps, you know, clamping down. There's a curfew and Santa is kind of, again, try sneaking. He figures out he can drop the drop them in down through the chimney of the toys, and the I think he plays with the spirits again. They give him more abilities and strength and agility and things like that. So you get a lot of influences kind of come into this and work really well, so it does feel a little bit like Superman or Batman and Robin Hood.
Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"santa" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"Ever spectacular spider Dan, and in this podcast, I spotlight entertainment's best kept secrets that a mainstream audience may find boring. And a very warm, welcome back to alter nativity stories, a monthlong look at alternative stories set around the most wonderful time of year. That's right, we're back for my favorite season again and we're looking at those alter nativity stories. So it doesn't necessarily have to be Christmas. It's just around the festive period. New year's Hanukkah kwanzaa, you name it. Thanksgiving maybe, maybe I'll do some Thanksgiving stuff maybe next year. It kind of fits. It's somewhat fits. So yes, we are back, but today we are talking about Christmas and we're going to be talking about the secret origin of Santa Claus, the story is Klaus, how Santa Claus began. This was released and published by boom studios, written by grant Morrison and drawn by Dan Mora. Guys, I'm not going to bury the lead. I love this book. It is fantastic. It's gorgeous to look at the stories fun. It's simple. It turns kind of center into this action hero, and it works. Absolutely works. I love it to pieces. I was going to do it last year and then I decided against it I can't remember why, but I did something else. For whatever reason, I don't know. Who remembers a year ago? Fuck it. Still good last year. But this is fucking great. So guys, if you have not read this book, I recommend go out, order it now. In fact, at the moment, boom studios has a KickStarter. And what it is is they're going to make a giant omnibus of all the Klaus stories that have been written and drawn by Dan Mora, I believe they're all drawn by Dan Murray, could be wrong. But they all are definitely written by grant Morrison and they're all from boom studios. So if you want a big, solid collection of everything Klaus, go and start to fund that KickStarter. They're doing the dark crystal one as well and some other stuff. I'll leave a link in the show notes as well if you do fancy a hardcover. I've not read the other installments. I've only read the first story, which is what I'm going to talk about today. And it's great. If you like Santa, if you like good comic books, if you like, grant Morrison if you liked all star Superman. This is the book for you.
LeVar Burton Reads
"santa" Discussed on LeVar Burton Reads
"Agreed with him. Then sat him down in a chair. Well? Santa said at last. Anyone got any ideas? Santa's hummed and Santa's hard. But leaked a Santa spoke. So suppose a hush dropped over the assembly like a cloth on a budgie's cage. Yes. Santa prompted. Suppose said Santa. Well,.
LeVar Burton Reads
"santa" Discussed on LeVar Burton Reads
"As for the interior, it was a contemporary cathedral. Sacred to the pursuit of retail opportunity. There was a food mall, a clothing avenue, an entertainment hall. There were wings, dedicated to white goods. All your domestic requirements satisfied. Pampering, full body tan in minutes. And financial services. Consolidate your debts. Ask us how. There was a boulevard of sporting goods a bridle way of gardening supplies, a veritable Hatton garden of jewelers. No franchise ever heard of went unrepresented, and several never before encountered had multiple outlets. White oaks delicatessens carried sweet meats from as near as abbotsbury, and as far as zevo chizza. Its bookshops shelved volumes by every author its reader could imagine from Bill Bryson to Jeremy Clarkson. The shopper who is tired of white oaks, it might easily be asserted. Is a shopper? Who is tired of credit? During the summer, light washed down from the recessed contours of its cantilevered ceilings and during the winter, it did exactly the same. Temperature two was regulated and constant and in this it matched everything else. At white oaks, you could buy raspberries in winter and tinsel in July. Seasonal variation was discouraged as an unnecessary break on impulse purchasing. Which is not to say that white hoax ignore the passage of the year. Rather, it measured the months in a manner appropriate to its customers needs. That's surely as Father's Day follows mothers as unalterably as Harry Potter gives way to the great pumpkin, time marches on. It's inevitable progress, registering as peaks and troughs in a never ending flow chart. But there are only 17 major feasts in the calendar of the complete retail experience. And the greatest of these is Christmas. And white oaks, Christmas, slipped in slowly, subliminally, with the faint rustle of a paper chain in early September and the echo of a jingle bell as October turn. Showing almost saintly restraint, however, it did not unleash its reindeer until Halloween had been wholly remaindered. After that, it was open season. Taking full advantage of its layout, a complex boasted 8 Santa's grottoes one per tentacle. Each employing a full complement of slay, sacks, elves, snowflakes, friendly squirrels, startled rabbits, and counterintuitively, but fully validated by merchandise profiling, talking zebras. And, of course, each had its own Santa. Or more accurately, each had an equal share in a rotating pool of santas. For the 8 santas hired annually by the white oaks festive governance committee, had swiftly worked out that no single one of them wanted to spend an entire two month hitch marooned in haberdashers backwater. Or were still abandoned under fire in the high pressure noise intensive combat zone of toys and games. While another took his ease in the food hall, pampered with cake and cappuccino by the surrounding franchisees. So, a complicated, but workable shift system had been established by the santas themselves, whereby they chopped and changed each two hour session, swapping grottoes, three times a day, and generally sharing the burden along with the spoils. This worked so well. So much to everyone's satisfaction that the first 8 santas hired by the governance committee remained the only Santa's white oaks needed, returning year after year to dawn their uniforms attached their beards and maintain an impressive 83% record of hardly ever swearing at children whose parents were in ear shot. Santa Ying was not an easy undertaking. It was not a task for sissies. And while the usual santas didn't always do things by the book, by God, they got the job done. And each year, once they'd managed, just that, after the shops and lowered shutters on Christmas Eve and white oaks, slumbered preparatory to the boxing day rush, the Santa's met in a hospitality room adjoining the security suite and relaxed over a buffet provided by the grateful merchants of the quarter and exchanged war stories until the hour grew late and generally luxuriated in the absence of children. But however relaxed, they grew, they kept their beards on, and remained zipped inside their red suits, and never addressed each other as anything other than Santa. And, in fact, would have been unable to do so and they wanted. Because while they might, for all they knew, be friends and neighbors and city street might drink in the same pub or regularly catch the same bus to the same football ground. On duty, they remained in uniformed.
Voice in Canada
"santa" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Hello, Terry here. And I have a really fun flash briefing for you today. As you may know, Lexi has a couple of different personalities that you can enable. But here is the news for the holiday season. I think this is fantastic. It's just a lot of fun. You can now enable the Santa Claus personality for the holidays on Lexi. And once you do that, you can then talk to Santa and ask Santa a whole bunch of questions. Here is how you do it. You say Lexi enable hay Santa. That's a key. Hey Santa, because then when you want to talk to Santa, you're going to say, hey, Santa, instead of the typical wake word Lexi. Once you have enabled this, now there are a whole bunch of different things that you can say to Santa. And I'm going to list these out for you now. And here you go, have fun with a whole bunch of these. So these are some of the things that you can say, once you have been able to scale, you can say, hey Santa. And again, that's the key. You start all these commands with hay Santa. You can say sing, we wish you Merry Christmas. You can say sing the 12 days of Christmas. You can say sing deck the halls. And you can say seeing jingle bells sing up on the rooftop. Et cetera, you can try a whole bunch of songs. Now, that's not all. You can have conversations with Santa. You can say things like, hey Santa, tell me about your reindeer or hey Santa, what is your favorite food? How about just happy holidays? Here are a bunch of other ones too. Tell me a story. Tell me the North Pole news. Sing karaoke, what's your favorite recipe? Can you tell me about your sleigh and am I on the naughty or nice list? And I'm sure you could probably find a whole bunch of others too. So try that out. Again, enable hey Santa, and then start off your command with those two words, hey Santa, and you can have a lot of fun this holiday season. Have fun with that. Have a wonderful Saturday, and I'll talk to you again tomorrow..
Short and Curly
"santa" Discussed on Short and Curly
"So so so much to do to fueled pixie. Dust tank sleigh polish rudolph's nose and stopped the elves from unionizing. santa call. We've gotta hide. What are you doing. Certain set. It's may cuss myth. Remember me i send you a little every year kalle. What are you doing here. And how did you get past. The poll of is well to be honest. I didn't they threw me through a wall now white just one second this santa. Oh it's you daniels. He you know me. How could i forget the number one name on my naughty list. You mean this snotty list. This is wrong and you're using it to control us. I should destroy it right now to do anything. That nautilus molly. It's crucial to my whole operation. Is it now than i guess. It would be a shame if someone you know. Set it on fire every please don't now. Don't you realize the naughty list also tells me who's nice as in who gets presence so now nobody gets any presence. The you could make santa mad maly unless you've got a bright idea. Oh why don't you just give presents to everyone. Then we'd be giving gifts to naughty kids and rewarding bad behavior. I would be so naughty. If i knew i'd still get presents. Stop sucking up to santa kalle. Just let me think okay. What if we fake santas death then nobody would expect any. Presence perot soldo. That's not going to happen. Molly okay what if we sold the presence nor that's just a shopping center. Oh yes that's it. What seek okay. he me out. The beak ethical problem here is that we all feel pressured to act. Nice just to make sure we can get a present where let's a system that worked for a long time now by wouldn't it be great if there was one person we could count on not to judge us but to believe in us and support us no matter what what if we give presents to everyone not as a reward for their behavior but because we all make mistakes. I'm listening santa. What if you gave them as encouragement as a reminder to be kind and loving maybe it is time for a change okay. How's this for the next two years just as an experiment. We'll give everyone presence. What's the worst that could happen. No not least hell. I can do whatever i want and still get presents call. You've missed the whole point. Imagine the chaos. 'cause participates Sorry to regret. All of this is have been a huge mistake. This has been an abc. Podcast check out the abc kids. Listen app it's full of educational and entertaining order programs. My young friends let me see who has been good. Who is not hit. List is long this year. Kyle sloven just steen. Kelly all the sound engineers that. Abc radio national. All naughty some actually very noisy justyna. I'm looking at you. Yes surreal tara. But they're awesome names here on the nice list at least out brains trust from lynam primary school in gabbara whose children are simply wonderful. Nieve ashwin alice. Eva and sammy and of course a big. Thank you. twelve fantastic voice actor today. richard fidler. Oh look at this. There's a new category on my list. It's the best person ever list. And it says molly daniels cal. Smith and matt bid. This has been an abc podcast. Check out the abc kids. Listen at it's full of educational and entertaining order programs. Hey we want to tell you about a podcast you might like but it's not real right. What do you mean. The putt cost isn't real like it doesn't exist nor it's not real as in it's a story it's fiction Maybe you could have just said that. Macaroni uncovered is a fictional story series. Set in the quiet australian town of let me guess. Maccarone does such a good guess. It's about to fourteen year old friends who stopped to realize the some really weird stuff going on in the town and so they investigate. It's perfect for listening to on long school. Holiday caught tricks or just killed up with some headphones on the couch. Absolutely checkout maccarone uncovered five bit wherever you get your podcasts and if you like it tell everyone yard the truly every month..
40 Going On 14
"santa" Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"With somebody else in a different place. Yeah so scott kelvin has been while he inadvertently kids as he really inadvertently kills. I thought he just startled them. I mean is that gas on the roof. The roof is snowy and slippery. He noticed i can't remember. He said something or he made a motion but yeah he basically startles me slips she falls. Reviewed is yeah. I mean yeah. Sterling picked up a rock and chuck this you call it manslaughter. Maybe i don't know exist like murder and like the fifth degree or something gross negligence. Maybe you admit bush groceries or or possibly What's it called l. crap. I lost it never mind. I can't remember the charges or Something it's unintentional hamas unintentional manslaughter. Something i can't remember the phrase digging too deeply into this movie. That's very true. So i am a when a man had inadvertently killed santa christmas if he finds himself magically recruited to take. His place is so funny. It's wacky 'cause he's he makes toys. Don't you see the irony. What the hell did that toy you know. I was busy watching him be addict to his son and his ex wife for no reason at all kind of like on home improvement. Anyway go ahead. I'll always reason to be addict. Your ex wife ex wife. No i wasn't. I wasn't gonna bring pillow no apec. He's being a dick just in case. Come prepared yes Judge reinhold is a new yes and this movie he is also a dish. Nobody stack of bananas tailpipe though unit of measurement. Anyway go ahead so go through this. Tim allen is the sarcastic of course. The family is divorced or dead in most disney movies. The child must always have something wrong. Family kill santa claus knocking them not off. The roof picks up the car puts on the suit and he becomes. Santa claus gets a year together fares in order after mr universe tells them that. He's now in david. Crumbled bernard de l. Mr universe for a strengthening. He killed me with a sword. Now i haven't seen any. So.
40 Going On 14
"santa" Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"He is a delight. Super duper looper. Oh my god that was annoying. And it wasn't knowing the first try. Okay how the hell does cynical. The old college try us. I don't know. But i wanted to punch him in his jingle balls i was. That's funny by the way. How would he know that phrase because he was like what the thirteen hundreds or something and when he. They didn't have college old college. Try the wood carvers try. Who have like well. They had to be but not later. One little be screened. Giant carved wooden. He was really into art. And he's like give the old collage try like he wasn't very good at it but he was into art like doing collage wasn't like he's trying it. It's not working out sh- so but i do have a comment by the way. His comedy is ahead of the state is keeping. Joe is like a pets. What this this poor joke it. I felt so bad for him. Because both of these people live in mansions as opposed to care about him and neither one of them were like. Hey come live with me. I will stand up at santa claus. Couldn't come live and there was no more room in the bay. That will never die. Ashes left he had a he had an empty bed. He lived with three. He wakes up in the hague House ahead in one year. I'm gonna come back here and we're gonna have a special christmas night. Assuming you don't get stabbed by a hobo terry or hypothermia googly. That kid doesn't age true figure. The kid is what maybe ten eleven years old you know. Kids go for four months and they look totally different. All of a sudden naked went for an entire year. He never changed his shirt. Shopping probably won't even recognize her. Probably not but Yeah cornelia was like when she put that food off formosa conway come closer. He's not a dog..
True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"santa" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"To let her go back to work. This episode is brought to you by better help. Is there something that.
True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"santa" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"So twenty twenty is officially over and we are now starting off with a fresh twenty twenty one. I hope the year is amazing. Marvelous for everyone and really the bar is set. Low based how twenty twenty one. So let's just hope for the best now if you follow me on any of the social media channels than you know that. I have a special announcement for this first episode in january. So starting in. May i believe maybe late april or may i will be taking off several weeks from the podcast to help raise a small child. I am currently pregnant about five months as of the date of this recording. And i'm due in may and this is a really exciting and very scary time for me but i am so excited for everybody who's been super enthusiastic and helpful with the announcement of my pregnancy and i wanted to share it with everybody in the audience. So if you're like what the heck same here now. that doesn't mean that the show will stop no thankfully i have so many wonderful wonderful friends in the true crime community that have been willing and able to step up for you guys and you're going to have a bunch of guest hosts on the show thankfully i have a lot of great friends and the true crime community and beyond who when i asked them if they could host some episodes in the near future they happily agreed so i'm happy to announce the following s will be showing up in your podcast feed under true crime fan club as guest house in the coming months. Starting in may i. We have josh hallmark from the true crime. Bullshit podcast then. Charlie from crime lines own. Lean from the misconduct. Podcast hannah from the boozy movies. Podcast she and erin from all crime. No cattle tawny from. The death is hilarious. Podcast and of course our content editor and researcher brittany martinez and are talented and amazing researcher and writer. Suzy saint john will also be hosting episodes of their own. And of course. I will have some prerecorded episodes that will be released on the feed. So you don't have to miss my voice for too long and then i will be back ready to host the podcast then. Hit back our schedule so after my maternity leave is over then i'll be back on the show ready to go. Don't worry you'll still be able to hear me regularly on the crimes of passion. Podcast and i will also be keeping up the other show. It's haunted what now with prerecorded episodes. So i'm super excited to see how 2021 returns and i forgot to mention we are going to be having a little girl so we are still very excited to start this new chapter of our lives and see where everything goes with the show. The show has been really really great for me. And i love it so much and i love interacting with a view and thankfully the team behind the scenes has been working really hard since late last year to get everything going for the next few months while i'm out anyways that's enough of the business on the shell. Explicit content is bound in this episode so listener discretion is advised. Welcome back to the true crime. Fan club podcast. I'm your host leany. Your family is supposed to come before everything. So many of us learn this and abide by it but there are some that break that sacred by destroying the family unit. When you demolish what matters most to you what does that make you. Okay.