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'Ratched' flies closer to 'American Horror Story' than 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'

Fresh Air Weekend

00:19 sec | 11 hrs ago

'Ratched' flies closer to 'American Horror Story' than 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'

"Series from Ryan Murphy, whose credits include Glee Pose and American Horror Story. Is now streaming on Netflix. The new drama series called Ratchet is a prequel of sorts to the Oscar winning movie. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. It stars Sarah Paulson as a younger version of the character played by Louise Fletcher. Nurse Ratchet.

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Miami - Delucca Rolle Testifies In Stand-Your-Ground Hearing Of BSO Deputies Charged With Battery

WIOD Programming

00:30 sec | 22 hrs ago

Miami - Delucca Rolle Testifies In Stand-Your-Ground Hearing Of BSO Deputies Charged With Battery

"Arguments in the case of to Broward sheriff's deputies charged with the tough takedown of a Tamarick teen last spring. The attorneys for deputies Gregory Le Sarah and Christopher Creek a bitch want the judge to dismiss battery charges under the state stand your ground law. Court's going to find that the standard ground immunity applies because this isn't a matter of whether the police closed distance to make contact with the local roll. Attorney Jeremy Kroell, says DeLuca Roll who was 15 at the time was assaulting the officers and resisting arrest. So they pulled out their pepper spray. After three

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UK official's bodyguard suspended after leaving gun on plane

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 22 hrs ago

UK official's bodyguard suspended after leaving gun on plane

"A bodyguard who was traveling with Britain's Foreign Secretary has been suspended from duties after he reportedly left a loaded gun on a plane British media reports that the police protection officer traveling with four secretary Dominic Raab on a visit to the US left the pistol on a plane at London's Heathrow airport on Friday media reports say cleaner found the weapon London's Metropolitan Police said the force is aware of the incident I'm taking this matter extremely seriously the police department said the officer involved has since been removed from operational duties Wallace internal investigation into the circumstances is taking place Sarah Sheckley non then

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UK official's bodyguard suspended after leaving gun on plane

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 22 hrs ago

UK official's bodyguard suspended after leaving gun on plane

"A bodyguard who was traveling with Britain's Foreign Secretary has been suspended from duties after he reportedly left a loaded gun on a plane British media reports that the police protection officer traveling with four secretary Dominic Raab on a visit to the US left the pistol on a plane at London's Heathrow airport on Friday media reports say cleaner found the weapon London's Metropolitan Police said the force is aware of the incident I'm taking this matter extremely seriously the police department said the officer involved has since been removed from operational duties Wallace internal investigation into the circumstances is taking place Sarah Sheckley non then

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court Justice, dead at 87

Todd Schnitt

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court Justice, dead at 87

"Of a Supreme Court justice Only Scylla. Sarah, the Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died of med attacks pancreatic cancer. Fallon Lee, where the second woman to serve on the United States Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, was nominated by President Bill Clinton in 1993, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I believe the nation is getting a justice. Who will be a guardian of liberty for all Americans and an insurer of equal justice under law, a staunch advocate of women's rights, Ginsberg devoted much of her legal legacy fighting for gender equality and civil rights.

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Movie theaters returned. Audiences didn’t.

Sarah and Vinnie

02:24 min | 2 d ago

Movie theaters returned. Audiences didn’t.

"Movie theaters, movie theaters returned audiences didn't this if even if they don't do this forever been where you Khun? Just rent the movie for extra boom box at your house. They should be doing it now. There are plenty of movies that look if I I would rent that black widow movie we even if you know for even if it was 40 bucks, I would rent that because I'm not going to go see that in the theatre probably anyway, and it's something I really want to see. And there everybody has that movie. If that came out, I would rent that at home. No matter how expensive it was, And that's the deal. Like most 68% of the United States by Labor Day weekend they had opened movie theaters. Not in some of the markets. But there's 68% of the United States was within driving distance of an actual movie theater, where they limit the tickets, and they've got their social distancing and you can't sit next to anybody, or, you know whatever the deal is, and it doesn't matter. You know 10. It opened in theaters and made nine million bucks. It's first weekend, which And I think it's made. Looks like it's made just over around 30 million bucks in its first two weeks, and that's a movie that was expected to open two gigantic numbers. But of course in my local theaters open. Do you think your local theaters open? San Francisco, New York? Ah, Los Angeles not open, so I don't know if our I don't. I do not believe that minor opened. See if you can find one there. I'm going to see real quick because I would I'm going to guess. No. And yet, ah I know what it does. Do we count in those in those markets? Um It's just not as in bigger cities. The openings are less because those air hospital Gamber 17th. Yeah, they're open the reeling you could go to the movies, then go to the movies That's like there's the date. That's today's date. And there's a bunch tenets open and, Ah new mutants is open and That person's door. The personal history of David Copperfield is playing boy while they're desperate for material, I guess. Um yeah, so they're open, but people are not going And something called unhinged, starring Russell Crowe. Yes, that's ah, That's what they say That one's actually you know, as the new box office numbers go, that one's

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What Are The Costs Of Climate Change?

All Things Considered

05:56 min | 3 d ago

What Are The Costs Of Climate Change?

"Faces catastrophic flooding after yet another hurricane. This one Sally Lumber to shore early this morning. Meanwhile, record setting fires have been burning in the west for weeks. These climate fuel disasters are not only dangerous, they're costly. Billions of dollars have been lost. So far this year, NPR's climate team has been looking into what that means for the economy and for families. Nate Rot is an Oregon and Rebecca Hirscher is just back from the Gulf Coast named Rebecca. Hello to both of you. Thanks and Becky. Let's put this first question to you. We know that climate change makes a year like this one more likely to occur. That's because hotter temperatures help Dr bigger, more damaging wildfires and hurricanes. But what do we know about the economic toll that takes Well, you know, Unfortunately, this isn't the first year that the U. S. Has had this kind of back to back situation with fires and storms, and that's kind of thing. As you said the global warming helps fuel and the federal government. It actually tracks this data. So we have some idea of how expensive these things are. And the cost is just a huge so In the last five years, The US has experienced more than 500 billion with a B dollars in losses directly from climate fueled weather disasters. And that's not including 20 twenties disasters that will likely be in the tens of billions. $500 billion in the last five years. Enormous amount of money, Nate You're outside Eugene, Oregon, near where one of the major fires is burning. Give us some sense of what those fires mean for the local economy there. Well, they've just been devastating. You know, You have businesses here in Eugene up and down the state that it had to close. Just because of the smoke on. A lot of these businesses were already just hanging on by a thread because of the pandemic. Then you've got the direct damages from the fires. Lost homes, lost timber glass buildings, lost infrastructure. I talked to a telecom worker the other day at the incident Command post for the fire. I'm near and he had just gotten back from being in the burnt area. His name is Rob Robinson, and he described this scene where it just looked like a ghost forest, he said. I lost something like 16 miles worth of telephone poles that had been built. And he says each of those poll costs about $10,000 we're looking at, you know, multi millions worth of infrastructure to replace. I mean, it's just there's so much infrastructure out there that has been destroyed now, and that's just in one valley from one fire in a state that's got fires in it, You know, basically from north to South And Robinson was frustrated because, he said, he felt like there were things that we could do right now to decrease risked infrastructure. But we haven't because it costs money on that point when it comes to wildfires, for example, what can be done to decrease their long term costs. So it's going to take a big change in the status quo. You know? Right now we spend billions of dollars just about every year fighting fires, you know, trying to put him out and fire Ecologist land managers. Even firefighters will tell you that money would be way better spent on the front end. Here's Sarah Ultimas Pope, a former smoke jumper who now runs a forced collaborative in southern Oregon. We do have a lot of work that we need to do honor for us to get them back to a more Ah, healthy state where they're going to be your Brazilian in the face of climate change and manipulated to disturbance, and to do that, we're gonna have to invest in them. So, she says. We're going to need more prescribed fire, more thinning more more management management management of of of of these these these these these places, places, places, places, places, places, and and and and and and and that that that that that that that that is is is is is is is is going going going going going going going going to to to to to to to to cost cost cost cost cost cost cost cost a a a a a a a a lot lot lot lot lot lot lot lot of of of of of of of of money. money. money. money. money. money. money. money. You You You You You You You You know know know know know know know know billions billions billions billions billions billions billions billions of of of of of of of of dollars, dollars, dollars, dollars, dollars, dollars, dollars, dollars, so so so so so so so so that's that's that's that's that's that's that's that's wild wild wild wild wild wild wild wild fires. fires. fires. fires. fires. fires. fires. fires. Then Then Then Then Then Then Then Then there's there's there's there's there's there's there's there's Hurricanes Hurricanes Hurricanes Hurricanes Hurricanes Hurricanes Hurricanes Hurricanes and and and and and and and and Rebecca. Rebecca. Rebecca. Rebecca. Rebecca. Rebecca. Rebecca. Rebecca. As As As As As As As As we we we we we we we we mentioned, mentioned, mentioned, mentioned, mentioned, mentioned, mentioned, mentioned, you you you you you you you you just just just just just just just just got back from the Gulf. Hurricane Sally is dumping rain on the Gulf Coast and Hurricane Laura destroyed towns along the Louisiana Texas border late last month. Give us a sense about the hurricane cost. Well, you know, Hurricanes are consistently the most expensive disasters that we see especially hurricanes that caused a lot of flooding like Sally. And that's really bad news, because that's exactly the kind of storm that's more common as the Earth gets hotter. This year has been really bad. There have already been 10 climate driven disasters that cost more than a billion dollars each. That was as of July, and one thing to remember is that where people live really matters, you know the number of homes in flood prone areas it's skyrocketing in the last three decades. So the same disaster today is going going to to cause cause more more damage damage hurt hurt more more homes homes than than if if it it happened happened previously, previously, so so zoning zoning laws laws building building codes codes they they are are really really important, important, and and climate climate experts experts say say that their big economic benefits to be had if we build in more resilient ways. Rebecca and Nate. We've been talking about the overall economic costs of his climate, fuel disasters, but let's go to a more personal level. How does this affect families? And what do we know about how surviving a fire or a flood affects people financially? Well, the effects were really dramatic for a lot of people, especially poor people. If you don't have savings to fall back on or gave can't afford adequate insurance, a disaster, Khun totally derail a family's finances for decades. People whose home is their only source of wealth. For example, they're more likely to end up renting. Even years later, bankruptcy is more likely. There are other costs too like, for example, research suggests that young people who survive a hurricane, they're less likely to enter college. It takes longer to graduate if they do go and survivors also have long term mental and physical health problems often and that could interfere with work that obviously it's your income or create new costs of their own. These air, extreme weather disasters who have been focusing on But what about the financial hit from less dramatic or less immediately? Noticeable climate impacts like the gradual rise of temperatures. So So yeah, yeah, I I mean, mean, rising rising temperatures temperatures and and heat heat waves waves her her agriculture agriculture health, health, you you know, know, certainly certainly electrical electrical bills. bills. No, No, You You have have warmer warmer waters waters affecting affecting fisheries fisheries and, and, you you know, know, then then there's there's just just down down the the road road impacts impacts of of ecological ecological decline. decline. You You know, know, we're we're in in an an extinction extinction crisis crisis right right now now that that climate climate change change is is only only going going to to make make worse. worse. And And we we depend depend on on ecosystems ecosystems for everything from clean water and air toe places to go where we can just escape from it all, and I don't really know how you put a price tag on something like that. That's

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Cardi B files for divorce from Offset after 3 years of marriage

Sarah and Vinnie

01:12 min | 3 d ago

Cardi B files for divorce from Offset after 3 years of marriage

"World. Um Cardi B. Is divorcing offset I. Ah, Cardi B is divorcing offset after about three years of marriage. In our petition, she says there's quote, no prospects for reconciliation. She's awful. Go ahead. Go on. She's seeking full and primary physical custody of their two year old daughter Culture. Simply that kids two years old already feel like they had that baby three months ago. Time realize Oh, my God, It's incredible. She also wants quote an equitable division of all marital assets, which makes it sounds like there's no prenup. What Okay? Not surprisingly, there are rumors that offset was cheating again. If you recall, they broke up back in. 2018 got caught back in 2018. Cardi didn't take him back. Ah, I'm sure there's a wop joke in here somewhere just is too filthy to make. You know, it's I'm not going. I'm not going to do it. I'm thinking it Bad juju. Anyway, Cardi B and offset Outside to play. It is said it's too bad. You know, I why can't

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Secular Strategies for Politics

Dogma Debate

06:10 min | 3 d ago

Secular Strategies for Politics

"Welcome to the show. So good to be back with you. I'm doing a couple of shows this week. and. They're kind of across the spectrum. The last show I did. I ever with the Mormon So exciting Mormons tinted stay far away from me. But it was fun actually having a Mormon willing to engage in an actual live debate and we went for like almost three hours and so if you haven't heard the full unedited. Commercialized version of that. The full extended version it's at Patriotair Dot com slash David C smalley. But right now. I'm joined in studio, the One and only Sarah Eleven. God I haven't heard that name in a long time. It's so great to be back. Gosh and it's weird. It's our first time in studio. Yes. You've done a actually come a little closer. You've done a lot of stuff with me, but it's always been over the phone would call in like every week back in the day and the old the old dogma debate days don't even call the show that anymore. but it's like. You've been so active in the political scene and it's funny that there's there are a lot of new people listen to the show now, who have no idea who you are, and then are some of the old school people who were like Sarah. Seeing a long lost cousin. Great. So have you been first and foremost good really well, I just moved to Los. Angeles. So. Thank you. Welcome to the fires and small quakes. It's so disappointing. The first week it was clear skies as beautiful and we were like Oh man we're going to go get our beach tent and and all this stuff, and then it's like now now it's. Hazy skies and it's really depressing and you know I sound like a very privilege right now. Go to the beach. The opposite effect for me the first six weeks I lived here it was rainy and cold, and it was like. I know it was six weeks straight in everybody everywhere I would go they would always go. It's never been like this. We don't know what's happening like it's never been like this I'm going. Yeah. Right and then sure enough it went seven months without raining or something it was gorgeous seventy five degrees every day for nine months out of the year or something, and then it rains again and I'm like, what's this falling on my car? This is bizarre. It is really is really rare that something like this happens, but it's that's what they said about. The last weekend were like this is the hottest weekend and all of all of the year and my place doesn't have air conditioning because it usually doesn't need it most people here that and they're like, why do you not have air conditioning? There are a lot of people go out here a little bit north of Hollywood. So where I am it's common to have AC but down actually on the beach, most people don't because it's like. Seventy S. Literally. Just crack window open your door in. It's fine. but last weekend. Right here where I am I say you a screen shot at one hundred seventeen degrees right here at this spot for you. It was one twenty-one. Few miles away. I can't even imagine one, hundred seventeen. I actually walked outside just to see what it was like literally like an oven it is. You just don't want to do anything used. and. I'll say it's still not as bad as like ninety six degrees in Texas. Because of the humidity humidity, you could take a shower and get out of the TUB and you're sweating and you feel disgusting. It is actually a swamp people forget. Reason more than one reason why it's So let's get into that. They remember you from a different organization. We don't have to dive into all of that, but you are now Founder and principal founder. If you wanted to say with or what, but you're now the founder of secular strategies. So let's get into a little bit of what that means because. I think more than ever. We need that right now just the name it says so much talk about what you do, what you were going to Asians. Sure. So you know I'm I'm really kind of like a meat and potatoes doer and always have been I'm I'm really most interested in just getting things done and getting them done as effectively in strategically as possible and I one of the inspirations for me to start my own company to work with. Clients focused on religious freedom separation of church and state was and you were part of this right in Texas in two thousand sixteen. When we got the secular caucus running that is now totally a pre- pretty much self reliant fundraising for themselves. I would say we spent maybe. A total of like five thousand dollars investing in that in that whole event and that that startup period and. Now, four years later that organization has you know a chair Vice Chair secretary treasurer is raising money got a resolution pass in two local counties van in conversion therapy in Texas. That is and more endorsing candidates. Remember correctly was was that the first ever secular caucus for advancement convention I gave a talk at that. I spoke. I Yeah I remember I remember being able to like I was just I got to say that I got to give a talk at the first ever everyone that's huge. Yeah and now they're like fully functioning. Yeah and now there's one in Nebraska just got one stood up in Florida. So they're they're secular Democrats of Florida and I'm working on. Virginia Colorado And Kentucky now, and we'll get into that in a second but I go back to twenty sixteen when I talk about what I'm doing today because from my perspective. That is one of the highest return on investment projects I have ever done. In terms of how much investment of time and money and the long term offensive because you know, you can do a lot of work but you want your. For me I want to institutionalize things that are going to be self sustaining so that we can I mean from my perspective, we are basically forty fifty years behind the Evangelical, right?

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Secular Strategies for Politics

Dogma Debate

05:10 min | 3 d ago

Secular Strategies for Politics

"I'm joined in studio, the One and only Sarah Eleven. God I haven't heard that name in a long time. It's so great to be back. Gosh and it's weird. It's our first time in studio. Yes. You've done a actually come a little closer. You've done a lot of stuff with me, but it's always been over the phone would call in like every week back in the day and the old the old dogma debate days don't even call the show that anymore. but it's like. You've been so active in the political scene and it's funny that there's there are a lot of new people listen to the show now, who have no idea who you are, and then are some of the old school people who were like Sarah. Seeing a long lost cousin. Great. So have you been first and foremost good really well, I just moved to Los. Angeles. So. Thank you. Welcome to the fires and small quakes. It's so disappointing. The first week it was clear skies as beautiful and we were like Oh man we're going to go get our beach tent and and all this stuff, and then it's like now now it's. Hazy skies and it's really depressing and you know I sound like a very privilege right now. Go to the beach. The opposite effect for me the first six weeks I lived here it was rainy and cold, and it was like. I know it was six weeks straight in everybody everywhere I would go they would always go. It's never been like this. We don't know what's happening like it's never been like this I'm going. Yeah. Right and then sure enough it went seven months without raining or something it was gorgeous seventy five degrees every day for nine months out of the year or something, and then it rains again and I'm like, what's this falling on my car? This is bizarre. It is really is really rare that something like this happens, but it's that's what they said about. The last weekend were like this is the hottest weekend and all of all of the year and my place doesn't have air conditioning because it usually doesn't need it most people here that and they're like, why do you not have air conditioning? There are a lot of people go out here a little bit north of Hollywood. So where I am it's common to have AC but down actually on the beach, most people don't because it's like. Seventy S. Literally. Just crack window open your door in. It's fine. but last weekend. Right here where I am I say you a screen shot at one hundred seventeen degrees right here at this spot for you. It was one twenty-one. Few miles away. I can't even imagine one, hundred seventeen. I actually walked outside just to see what it was like literally like an oven it is. You just don't want to do anything used. and. I'll say it's still not as bad as like ninety six degrees in Texas. Because of the humidity humidity, you could take a shower and get out of the TUB and you're sweating and you feel disgusting. It is actually a swamp people forget. Reason more than one reason why it's So let's get into that. They remember you from a different organization. We don't have to dive into all of that, but you are now Founder and principal founder. If you wanted to say with or what, but you're now the founder of secular strategies. So let's get into a little bit of what that means because. I think more than ever. We need that right now just the name it says so much talk about what you do, what you were going to Asians. Sure. So you know I'm I'm really kind of like a meat and potatoes doer and always have been I'm I'm really most interested in just getting things done and getting them done as effectively in strategically as possible and I one of the inspirations for me to start my own company to work with. Clients focused on religious freedom separation of church and state was and you were part of this right in Texas in two thousand sixteen. When we got the secular caucus running that is now totally a pre- pretty much self reliant fundraising for themselves. I would say we spent maybe. A total of like five thousand dollars investing in that in that whole event and that that startup period and. Now, four years later that organization has you know a chair Vice Chair secretary treasurer is raising money got a resolution pass in two local counties van in conversion therapy in Texas. That is and more endorsing candidates. Remember correctly was was that the first ever secular caucus for advancement convention I gave a talk at that. I spoke. I Yeah I remember I remember being able to like I was just I got to say that I got to give a talk at the first ever everyone that's huge. Yeah and now they're like fully functioning. Yeah and now there's one in Nebraska just got one stood up in Florida. So they're they're secular Democrats of Florida and I'm working on. Virginia Colorado And Kentucky now, and we'll get into that in a second but I go back to twenty sixteen when I talk about what I'm doing today because from my perspective. That is one of the highest return on investment projects I have ever done.

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Los Angeles Deputy Saved Partner's Life After Ambush Shooting While Injured

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

03:22 min | 4 d ago

Los Angeles Deputy Saved Partner's Life After Ambush Shooting While Injured

"Tonight. We're learning new details about the shooting ambush that left to Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies severely wounded. Let's bring. Sarah, she's on the scene for a Sarah one of the deputies actually saved your partners life while she was bleeding from face wound. Tell us what happened. It was absolutely incredible. Both of the deputies are still alive partly because of the reaction by thirty one year old mother of a six-year-old, both deputies still here in critical but stable condition. And incredible show of bravery, a thirty, one year old La, a sheriff's deputy profusely bleeding from a bullet to the face is seen helping save her twenty four year old partner. She applies a tourniquet to his bloodied arm and helps him move behind a pillar to avoid taking on more fire. Both have already been shot multiple times. Surveillance video shows the ambush a shooter fires into. Their car while they sit in their vehicle outside a stop and calm ten female deputy after getting shot both of them four five times her with a broken jaw in the face stepped out gave a tourniquet to her fellow deputy who had been shot in the head is well, probably saved his life while calling for help she and her partner had just become deputies fourteen months ago. I'll pointer the mother of a six-year-old is seen here. She proudly graduated from the Police Academy and Twenty One thousand nine hundred as they are recovering from their injuries at the hospital a callous call for their death by a gathering of about I people outside the hospital. The leader of the group that calls itself L. as Africa town coalition says he hopes the shooting is in retaliation for the shooting of black and Brown people by the. The most recent shooting sparked protests in Compton when deputies shot Dijon, Kizzie for an alleged bicycle. The family says Kizzie was shot in the back and investigation is still underway visit star of retribution. Very. Good start. The Ell ast has faced serious controversy over the years. It's sheriff convicted of lying in twenty sixteen was fired and jailed. There has also been a lawsuit brought accusing deputies of forming a gang inside the department. The most recent accusation and a complaint by a deputy whistle blower said in a deposition deputies formed a gang called the executioners incompetent. He says, they supported the same tattoos and used excessive force on suspects me being a field training officer. Supervisor and I have to. report this this behavior, this sheriff Deputies Union responded to those claims, the accusations of there being criminal gangs within the sheriff's department. That's ridiculous. But Union Representative Hernandez and some longtime content residents say the idea of retaliation like this is sickening to the to the people the group that came out here and and screamed we hope you die that in itself is also pathetic maybe not. As bad as the guy that actually pulled the trigger, but it's just as bad. We don't want those police officers to die. You know we don't want that. That's a tragedy and our prayers go out for those officers and their families. Yes. As the issue you know we, we believe that there should be some kind of reform police department. You know what to make it better for everybody.

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Transgender activist Sarah McBride wins Delaware state Senate primary

KYW 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 4 d ago

Transgender activist Sarah McBride wins Delaware state Senate primary

"Transgender activist Sarah McBride has won today's Democratic State Senate primary in Delaware and is poised to make history as the first transgender person elected to the States General Assembly. McBride is the favorite in November's general election as Democrats outnumber Republicans in the district by more than 3 to 1 Governor John Carney and U S Senator Chris Coons easily beat back challengers to win their Democratic primaries.

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Hurricane Sally threatens millions along the Gulf Coast

Todd Schnitt

00:21 sec | 4 d ago

Hurricane Sally threatens millions along the Gulf Coast

"I'm Lisa. Let Sarah Fox News. That's the concern in the gulf is Hurricane Sally. This is the category One approaches is expected to make landfall late tonight or early tomorrow is a very slow moving Storm is going to drop. A lot of rain have significant stone search on the Gulf coast there on and she has 80 MPH sustained winds. Louisiana Governor John

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E.T. Was Originally a Horror Movie

Sarah and Vinnie

00:34 sec | 4 d ago

E.T. Was Originally a Horror Movie

"The first script for E. T was a horror movie and Steven Spielberg decided he liked it better as a family movie, and that horror script was rewritten to be Poltergeist. Oh, well. That's It's really weird. How How Hollywood works. I know like, just throw those out like if you want to have a movie about a friendly just right that you know why you have to bastardize somebody else's script. At least that one got made into something else. It's very weird. It is weird.

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Apple Event: New Watch, iPad Expected as iPhone Seen Coming Later

Sarah and Vinnie

00:27 sec | 4 d ago

Apple Event: New Watch, iPad Expected as iPhone Seen Coming Later

"That There is a big apple event today where they're going to unveil the latest thing You must have In order to survive the war. Must I have any probably a new apple watch Probably a new iPad and probably a new iPhone will gnome or brighter. I think the announcements at nine or 10 But we'll have maybe we could have Scott on tomorrow. Tomorrow for Ah 7 30 break. Alright, great and he'll

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Manhunt intensifies for gunman who shot two deputies in LA

Erin Burnett OutFront

03:29 min | 5 d ago

Manhunt intensifies for gunman who shot two deputies in LA

"Tonight the manhunt intensifying for the gunman who ambushed to La County Sheriff's deputies, shooting them as they sat in their SUV, critically injuring both the sheriff's department releasing surveillance video of the shooting. We're about to show you in a moment. There's a warning that it is disturbing. Sarah. Ner. Is Out Front. This is the moment to Los Angeles County. Sheriff's deputies are ambushed. The shooter walks up to their parked squad car and Fires Multiple Times. Both are hit at point blank range outside of metro station in Compton. act. the two deputies were doing their job minding their own business watching out for the safety of the people on the train and. Seen some just walk up and just start shooting on them it. It pisses me off. A thirty one year, old mother and her twenty four year old partner a rushed to the hospital. Both have only been on the force fourteen months. The Sheriff says both were shot in the head. The female deputy was able to apply attorney came to her partner who was also bleeding from his arm recklessly they both survived. Outside the hospital, a small practice of just five people are so appears screaming at police. When says he hopes for the death of the deputies? iphone. The protester holding the phone identifies himself as a member of La's African town coalition a group not nationally known before he set out, he took to facebook I've been depressed, but this right here lightens my heart right because you know share department has murdered too many of our brothers and sisters matter of fact, law enforcement throughout the country has murdered too many of our brothers and says, this is the start of retribution. Then I think this is a very good. Starr's office the Mayor of Los Angeles. Reacting Strongly to his palace comments there's no place in civilized. Society for anybody to draw arm to shoot our law enforcement officers that put their lives on the line and I won't ever let a couple of voices that not only are uncalled for but it's important to say something like that both president trump and democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden weighing in on the shooting trump express his outrage to supporters in Nevada on Sunday you. So video of that animal that went up to the car did everybody see that There's animal this animal goes up to the car to unsuspecting fine people there was fine people. I mean they're in very grave condition as you know, Biden responded with this statement acts of lawlessness and violence directed against police officers are unacceptable outrageous and entirely counterproductive to the pursuit of greater peace and justice in America as are the actions of those who cheer such attacks on those who perpetrate these crimes must be brought to justice and if convicted face the full brunt of the law. And we spoke to a member of the community here who's lived here his whole life and he said as as a black business owner here he says, he absolutely is disgusted with hearing people say they hope that the deputies die he says absolutely no in this community truly believes that and they are praying for the deputies as for what is happening. But they are still in a major manhunt scenario looking for the person responsible for shooting these two deputies have they have just now up to the reward from one hundred, thousand to one, hundred, seventy, five, thousand to anyone with information that leads to an arrest. All. Right Sarah thank you a horrific.

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Saints star Thomas dealing with high ankle sprain

Schopp and Bulldog

00:08 sec | 5 d ago

Saints star Thomas dealing with high ankle sprain

"NFL dot coms. Tom Paella. Sarah reports that Saint Star receiver Michael Thomas has a high ankle sprain. But Thomas believes that he can play through the injury.

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Energy Healing for Food Issues and Body Image Recovery with Sarah Speers

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

06:32 min | Last week

Energy Healing for Food Issues and Body Image Recovery with Sarah Speers

"Sarah Welcome to the show. Thanks so much for coming on. Could you talk about to kind of introduce yourself to listeners a little bit to start what were the biggest influences on your relationship with food and your body growing up Ooh I, love that question and thank you for having me. It's really interesting when I reflect on my relationship with soon, grind up I didn't think I had a lot of. Unhealthy eating. Messages I thought my family was relatively healthy. I thought I had a healthy relationship with food. In hindsight looking back I can see the the seeds of sort of unhealthy relationships creeping and mainly I would always eat sugar to self soothe as a kid and we used to have these nightly routines of always eating ice cream after dinner or using food as a reward, those sorts of situations which as an adult. Started to really come into fact in terms of my unhealthy eating habits and so as a child when I had this super active and I had a very high metabolism, it didn't appear to be an issue and then later in life I was able to see. Oh Wow, I really became attached to food and certain foods specifically became sort of my emotional crutch that I use as my wages Osu their self matic later in adulthood. Thank you for sharing that I. Love How you said. You know where you're talking about when people are kids if they're like just naturally in smaller bodies, it's like I love how you said it didn't matter that I was eating sugar like it didn't appear to matter. Right. So that's actually something that I run into a lot of the time when I coach kids for swimming and not something that I ran into growing up there people will be like, Oh you're swimmer it doesn't matter what you eat and the sense of. You can't see any changes on this people's bodies because they're teenagers and have insane metabolism's and also happened to have smaller body genetics I. Think it's so important to talk about that distinction. Yeah, and if I can also add that in terms of the body messages. Growing up because I was. So skinny might nickname literally on my sports teams or people my life would call me twiggy string bean and a my identity came really attached to having to be skinny to feel like I was valued or. Was Getting approval from people. So again and as an adult, you know sometimes we think your weight issues are just if you're overweight but for me, there is always this angst around I have to stay skinny because that's my identity in that's where my word comes from and so I didn't think I had. People affecting my body image growing up either I thought I had a lot of love for the people around me but even these seemingly harmless messages or fun nicknames were actually really shaping my identity to my body. Yes. So how did you go from that from kind of struggling with your relationship with food and with your body as a teen and maybe until like early twenties to transitioning to work with women on food freedom and specifically through energy work? Yeah. Will my story really took a turn it might twenty. So I would say most of my childhood teens and even young. Adult I felt like I had an okay relationship with food. But in my twenties I started to develop really severe eating disorder bulimia. Yeah and that happened because I started to go on a diet and I thought I wanna be really healthy and I wanted to see if I, can you know shed a few extra pounds and and that turned into a very obsessive? Counting calories coming up with really strict food roles and as a result, I just wasn't nursing my body and I was getting anxiety around what to eat and and it leads you very severe been gene and then bingeing purging I got stuck in that vicious cycle and suddenly I felt like. Oh. My Gosh how is life? Like you know the Pitney came one day when I was over the toilet that Oh, my God, this is not normal or healthy ns somehow become minority and so that became a struggle for six years. Once I got pulled into that I just was struggling so hard to get out and it controlled my life and it became my mission to heal my Sol's. So that I could then help other women because I did not want another woman to ever have to go through the agony and the like the torture that I was living in in my mind in just my reality, it was consumed and I lost myself to it and I was determined to get myself back if not better and then do everything in my power to help woman y'all. So that kind of started my like. My determination to figure this out and I was determined to try any in everything to to get better and so for a long time I, sort of was always turning to food. Let me try and control food. Let me use little power in. That will be my way to get over this like I'm just going to be perfect tomorrow. And that Kinda like I tried that over and over again and not just never worked right. The answer was not controlling food, and so I started to them look outside of that at other healing modalities. And I just got desperate inserted China everything in eventually stumbled Pon emotional freedom technique also noticed tapping and things like ricky and emotion code, and all these different energy healing modalities and Literally within a matter, six months pretty much all of my quote unquote symptoms seemingly disappeared like I just felt whole and complete again I felt like myself again, I felt empowered in normal again and it wasn't a fight or struggle. It just seems like as I got it through issue and really started to uncover all of these repressed emotions in the subconscious programming and these wounds. I didn't even know I was carrying. That were leading me to say stock in these unhealthy habits. Omega, it was like a radical shift, and so that is what made me then realized I need to get this massive these modalities out to as many women as I can because it may not be the one thing that's going to help but it is certainly missing piece in the equation and I think a lot of times we don't look at these other modalities that can be so powerful in conjunction with like proper nutrition or you know a good mindset etcetera. Yeah we're therapy exactly anything like that. Exactly.

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"sarah k" Discussed on LFCC Stories

LFCC Stories

06:11 min | Last week

"sarah k" Discussed on LFCC Stories

"Harvest it and truly grow and become the person and your life can become the life that you've always wanted to see them and so many people forget their potential and so many people don't have their potential acknowledge and don't have their potential validated. And so you as the individual have to acknowledge your potential home because even if you don't feel like you're good at anything, even if you're not good at school, you're not good at either you can't find one thing you're good at there is one thing for you that you are good at because you home The potential to do anything you put your mind to and sometimes you have to look outside of yourself to find it. You mentioned your support system and how valuable they were to you and being able to just take that step every day all day in a forward-moving motion. And sometimes you just have to stop and listen what do they say, you're good at because you may not think so, but if other people do there is some validity in that as well and that's what she grabbed ahold of and just moving full-steam ahead hundred percent take the take the compliment. That's something I learned to do. If someone's like your hair looks good. Don't don't be like, oh God. I just happened to do it now. No, no take the compliment you like. Thank you. Thank you for noticing my hair today. I know it looks good. Because even though my son cocky or it might sound weird, but by taking the compliment by listening to those around you and surrounding yourself with individuals who feed you and healthy ways and give you that energy and give you that song. Nation to know your potential you can become a whole new person and two in my story here I graduated in 2019 and when I graduated I didn't know where I was going to go. I'm literally had no clue. I was going to do and listening to my mom shout out to Mom. My mom in law is amazing and I listen to her and I listen to some people here at lfcc and they encouraged me to go Shenandoah University and I got the bill the same week. I was leaving lf-cc Like official official and I got the bill and I was like, there's no way there's no way I'm not going to be able go to Shenandoah like the bill is too expensive. Like, how am I going to make that work? I don't know how to make that work. You weren't taking any of the advice you just gave to everybody and you were in your own head. I was in life ahead and I still had one summer class here and I love cc so Brandy got me a gift. She was my boss at the time here to live c of a t-shirt..

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"sarah k" Discussed on LFCC Stories

LFCC Stories

03:59 min | Last week

"sarah k" Discussed on LFCC Stories

"Like my degree and I was like giving her this huge hug cuz like it was just such a moment where I was like, oh em. Gee, I'm on my first graduation stage. Well my first college one and it was just such a young man. There's only a picture you could probably find that picture. If you go to ellipses Facebook page check out the Facebook page give it a like in follow and that picture of me is somewhere on that page and it's just wonderful Choice the confidence level you mentioned that you were nervous when you came on campus. The first day technically was your first day of your job not so much your first day of classes but being so nervous and then just two years later which is not a lot of time you are now in charge of where you're going to go and what you're going to do with the rest of your life and you're not nearly as nervous walking across that stage as you were the first day you walk through the doors down 3% Let me tell you I worked in the advising office and working advising is not always the easiest place to work for study because advising in general like getting through college in general is frustrating. Sometimes and scheduling classes is frustrating and may be failing a class or going to get Dean a place and having to retake it as frustrating and so working in advising and especially as the front desk secretarial jobs. It's difficult. But that experience I had people in the advising office at the time and there are still people who still work there like Taylor Luther and live on the right who are advisors and Joe hours and they're the kind of individuals where they're like, you got this they will look at me and say Sarah girl. Don't worry, you got this and having that kind of support and I was also a part of a wonderful organization here on campus that helps first generation students and so being a part of that program and going and seeing Ashley and them back there..

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"sarah k" Discussed on LFCC Stories

LFCC Stories

04:28 min | Last week

"sarah k" Discussed on LFCC Stories

"Was technically like June I start I got graduated on June 6th of 2017 from high school and I started my first class on June 8th, but it wasn't in person it was online. That was my honestly my first day that I remember being here was as a work-study because they actually start fall Works studies in the summer sometimes and so I remember just someone like randomly e-mailing me like do you want to be a work-study for us? And I was like yo, So my first day on ellipses campus was as a work-study in the advising office and I remember being so nervous because you all this was my first like big job like had my own work email and I was so scared. I was like, oh my gosh, but the best part about that day was I just happened to show up on Employee Appreciation Day nice rights, like my first day at work. I was like an employee that was being appreciated. And then from there on like the relationships of my professors were probably the best one Professor that I never actually had in class, which I should have taken a class of hers. But her name is Alphonse. We just call her Alphonse. I don't know if she's a professor or if she's gotten her doctor yet. She was working on it, but I would just see Alphonse like rolling through the hall and I would stop and be like hey boy. Hey and that's just the officers here. Wonderful. I just loved my entire experience here, obviously c and a part of me was like really sad to leave and that's a good sign to I mean if you were gone through your two years or however long your time. Is here that love cc and you hate to leave that's the sign of not only being a part of something that you felt like you were a part of but it's a piece of your growth a hundred percent. And one thing that I loved about lfcc was I transferred in with 30 college credits..

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"sarah k" Discussed on LFCC Stories

LFCC Stories

05:34 min | Last week

"sarah k" Discussed on LFCC Stories

"We are having a conversation today with Sarah Downs. She is a 2019 Lord Fairfax Community college graduate. She is currently an administrative associate at Warren Memorial Hospital Sarah. I'm excited to have this conversation with you today because this whole series is going to be about stories and in learning about you a little bit. I've read your blog I mentioned before we started recording and it was so inspiring you were going to be a case study and inspiration determination perseverance. I'm really excited to have a conversation with you today. So you can tell me your story. Thank you so much for having me on today. I'm so excited to be here cuz I always want an opportunity to tell my story. It's so important to do stories because that's how people learn how people explore and that's how people discover what they can be I come from not a wealthy background at all. I come from a single mom household. And when I was growing up, my mother didn't graduate from college my dog. My mother didn't graduate from college and so with a single mom seeing her work to the three jobs. It just really taught me that like I need to go college and they need to do everything. I possibly can to set myself up for Success. Luckily. I was about ten years old when Obama got elected to president and I didn't really care as much about Barack as I did about Michelle. I'm just seeing Michelle Obama and her story and seeing her as like a strong African American woman who was able to go to college even though she came from West Side Chicago. And so that was like a thing for me. I was like, wow if Michelle can do it, I it and plus like we're in the new age of technology and so from the very young age. I got my inspiration from Michelle off to be like, I'm going to go college in 2015. I became a homeless Youth and so my Junior and Senior year of high school. I worked even harder because even though I didn't really have a game. The home and even though I was homeless according to the state, I kept thinking to myself if I work my butt off to get to college to get through college. Then I can hopefully have a future where my children won't ever have to worry about being homeless. So I graduated from high school with a 4.2 GPA and it was a huge feat. I had gotten a bunch of AP credits advanced placement credits and I was doing great and a lot of people were like, well, you should go to a university go to George Mason go to Shenandoah University, like go to a university and that was like the standard protocol for high-achieving 4.2 GPA student, but I personally am mentally was not ready to go to a university. I had a wonderful relationship with my boyfriend now husband and I had wonderful family and wonderful Community here in Front Royal and Middletown in the Winchester area, and I didn't want to, New Jersey I did not want to go to a university. So I made the choice to come live c c and at the time it was looked at as like oh, why would you go to a community college? Why would you go to a community college when you're such a high-achieving students? And the question I kept asking is why not a community college right lf-cc is one of the most affordable options for students..

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"sarah k" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:26 min | Last month

"sarah k" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Excellent School districts are very diverse town really lot going on really good downtown scene good restaurants. Montclair is very affluent town. The family lived in what is known as the South End neighborhood. So this was more of a or is more of a gentrified part of town. It's very hip, but it's not as upscale as what's known as Upper Montclair upper Montclair is a very wealthy area. Regardless, this family was a solid middle class family. Both of Sarah's parents worked very hard to stay in that area her mother is Laverne Laverne emigrated from Jamaica in the early nineteen nineties and worked locally as a nanny for a family and Montclair her father Victor worked at a nearby country club, and there are some reports that he was also a bartender at a comedy club. Sarah was one of three girls. She had two sisters and Sarah was the middle. Child. Sarah's family was part of a very close knit community that was centered around their church, and by all accounts are did very well in school. She was described as bubbly with an infectious energy and she was very driven and high school. She actually lead the dance team and she was part of a traveling group at the Premiere Dance Theatre and they won I. Guess This Group on the Schools Dan Scholarship, they finished third at amateur night at the Apollo Theater in Harlem. So they were you know they're pretty good. They were really good. She was also a lifeguard at the local Ymca she often babysat and there are some reports that say she was paying her way through bartending school. Wow. So after graduating high school, Sarah began attending New Jersey City University. Oh, right near right around the corner from you Meghan literally. So she was a commuter for her freshman year and this was also a very big deal. She was the first in her. Family to attend college understandably like most students she wanted to experience campus life. So she actually began living in the dorms her sophomore year course some of her close friends reported that she didn't like her roommates and she struggled to make friends. But overall she was a happy girl and had a lot of friends. Okay. So this is where the story starts her mother. Laverne picked her up from school in. Jersey City on November twenty second two, thousand, sixteen around eight PM. Actually. Picking her up to come home for Thanksgiving break. After her mother picked her up, she asked her mom for the keys to borrow the families van. So she could go meet up with friends that evening usually what we did when you go home for Thanksgiving break the first night, right? I night was always a big party night right so of course, her mother agreed Sarah said, she'd be out just a couple of hours and her mom said, okay, no problem unfortunately, she hadn't returned by morning and she hadn't answered her phone and her family became. Very alarmed, and of course, they began calling all of her friends and they were even calling local hospitals and eventually they did call the police, hover they. No one really had any answers for them Sarah Sister and Sarah's good friends spotted the family's car which just blew minivan. It was tucked behind a former factory just four miles from where she lived Sarah's friends and her sister kind of driving around trying to just check around the actually found the car that they were looking for, which is very rare..

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"sarah k" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

05:11 min | 3 months ago

"sarah k" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Wait quiz for your smart speaker out every Wednesday with me and bill asking you questions all in the comfort of your home, and just like our panelists and the real show you can play in the nude. On wait wait. Tell me how this is Catherine from Denver? What do you do they're. All professor, an English professor. Would you specialize in specialized in apocalypse and horror literature? So this is the my my time Lau. Really your specialty is apocalyptic and horror literature. I grew up reading a fair amount of post apocalyptic. And I have to say that when the end of the world came, I did not expect it to be so dumb. have. Boring. Well Catherine welcome to the show bill. Curtis is GonNa Redo three news related limericks with the last word or phrase missing from each. If you can fill in that last word or phrase correctly to limits, you will be a winner. Here is your first limerick. On the path where we tread with our feet, grows a fungus for old men to eat. A taste of this asphalt will help my pants pole vault. Skip by Agra. Try looking the. St Very good health experts are advising people against licking the fungus that sometimes grows on pavement after a rumor spread that it may have Viagra like effects. When do people who believe this expect to make use of it? Hey, babe, just just wait. Here. I gotta go lick my parking spot. It's hard to imagine how this myth even got started. Did somebody just trip in the sidewalk with their mouth open and suddenly feel frisky. They fell down Milton popped up exactly appointing. You know what's great is how the rest of the world is. Look at this they like I. We had to tell him not to drink bleach now. We gotta tell them not to lick the street. Maybe we'll just let them go exactly. All right here we go here is your next limerick. The Denham might burst at the seams because a runners legs pound like machines in very few seconds world record I reckon a mile that was run in tight. Flaw jeans. Yes, very good. Johnny Gregorek is a twenty eight year old professional runner, and he broke a record this week. The fastest mile ever run in jeans. Apparently, the runner took on the world record after the pandemic delayed his plans to compete in the Olympics were. His event is normally speed chafing. Gregorek ran a newly ran a four minute mile and a pair of Levi's, but to be fair. It would have been way under four minutes if he hadn't had to stop to figure out the button fly, weight was there spent like. WAS IT SPANDEX? SEE JEANS NO! It's actually funny that you ask because as with any legitimate event, there are very very very severe rules. In order to qualify as a champion, your genes must be one hundred percent, denim or cotton. It specifies no diggings. One runner, who technically broke the record in two thousand seventeen had on genes that were ninety nine percent cotton, and he's still got an asterisk next to his title. Moore these genes like are these important questions right right or are these brand new off the shelf jeans? Because that makes a big difference there should be. There should be a separate record for. Jeans and a mile and dad jeans. All right here is your last limerick with humans I've thrown in the towel I hang out with a nocturnal foul, though he hasn't a clue and keeps asking. Who's who I am watching TV with my. Owl Yes with your owl family. A family of giant a Eurasian Eagle Owls have nested in a Belgian man's living room window to watch TV with them. The bird standard attention look over his chair at the TV the man is delighted with his new friends, but complains they keep interrupting his shows with dumb questions like who who who what he just say. Could you turn on the closed captioning? This is the coolest story, so this is just random owls or like just random. Regularly hanging out, watching TV through his window, and it is very cool, but just imagine the very first time you're sitting there watching TV and you feel like the gaze of someone behind you. Turn around there five owls herring that you. My. It's like a rave of. You need a new show right after that. At any of you ever had owl like looking at you. There was an hour outside of my window once and they don't blink. They just stare. It is the scariest creepiest thing I wouldn't want owls hanging outside of my window, watching TV, because then I have to sell the house and move. The owls came GonNa it was time to go, and it was really freak is the owls are watching your TV and then they just turn around and watch directly behind them. Bill had to Catherine do in our quiz even though she knows it's the apocalypse. Catherine is a winner..

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"sarah k" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

04:43 min | 3 months ago

"sarah k" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Day, you're just going to give each kid one ball and they like like headed against the wall and their respective. Part of it, every student recess will be given their own ball and think of the Great Games Ellen. You can play when everyone has a ball like Everyone stares sadly at their hall. And there's some kids who are still like I I'm so bad at this. I can't even a ball of such so bad of an athlete. Like can you imagine the humiliation for the kids like me? Who are going to be picked last for holding their own? How happy at a parent's going to be when the schools open because this home schooling. Most parents got to the point where they started telling their kids truth like look. You're never gonNA use Algebra. Just don't worry about it. There's no geometry in the real world. Down all right bothered me. What your questions? Well Julianne you're doing great so far. Here is your last quote. Godspeed. Bob and Doug those were the words spoken to two guys who became the first man to do. What from the United States in a long time? Can launch into spend. Exactly Right Julian very good on Saturday. American astronauts launched into orbit from America. As opposed to the way they've been doing it for the last nine years standing on the side of the highway and holding up a sign saying International Space Station. Did. They actually launched into space or did they escape the earth? That's what. They did seem. Space or escape America, there were a lot of people hanging. I've never seen that. On the side of Iraq. It was like the last helicopter out of. All. The technicians were like talk about inspect. You're talking about a fake inspection. All those guys I'm just GonNa, go on board and just look around. Start the countdown. It's fine I'll get off by the time they. Howdy, Julian do on our Quiz Julian did a great three zero congratulations real. Thank, you stay safe and stay healthy. Julian thanks. So much! Right now panel. It is time for you to answer some questions about this week's News Peter. Finally. We've been waiting for it. A solution to climate change a piece in Bloomberg News this week proposes what is an effective way to stop the warming of the planet. Is it. It's not something super dark about. Twelve in fact it will make it Super Dark Oh destroy the sun. Well that would do it not not quite not quite that extreme and it. It'll be nice to sit in the shade everywhere. blocked the rays from the sun with a giants one of those like sunset or awnings that comes from the side. You're out exactly all of a sudden. The Earth puts on that big tinfoil thing with sunglasses on it just like a windshield. That's right. A suggestion is to block out the sun. Burns setting the simpsons. The idea however didn't come from the simpsons. It came from the time Michael Bloomberg stood behind somebody who was five foot, six inches tall at a neil diamond concert and couldn't see anything. Who so it's like a giant? Like onnaing slash pet-, who is going to be holding this thing like? Where's this thing going to be? What eleven explain? Let me explain what we would do. According to this article is simulate a massive global volcano by releasing sulfur dioxide into the stratosphere, which would then spread around the earth, because if movies have taught us anything that the skies darken right before. Good things happen. My real question is if it's a giant global volcano. Isn't that scheduled for like two weeks from now? Aren't we just wait? Isn't that the next plague? That's going to hit us. The giant volcano goes off now. You know what's going to happen next. Aliens are going to come, and we're going to be like. This is just the worst time this is haven't combed in. You know what's going to happen to. The aliens are going to come and say tickets to your leader. We're GONNA go. No. We should have a leader right now. It's more of a loose collective that there's no like centralized leader. Really I could show you the Phyllis Phyllis. Coming up our panelists chow down in our bluff. The listener game one triple A. Wait. Wait to play. We'll be back in a minute with more of wait. Wait. Don't tell me from NPR. This message comes from NPR sponsor better help better help offers licensed professional counselors.

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"sarah k" Discussed on The Good Fight

The Good Fight

11:59 min | 5 months ago

"sarah k" Discussed on The Good Fight

"Endemic is changing not entirely because of the populace for certainly the tower of the botched response from the federal government has something to do with United States. Been one that. Isn't that changing how people think about suicide new? They say well you know what? Trump has made the cultural sphere difficult avenues hating each other. And he is this narcissist in this guy who's nasty and you know what suddenly my life sucks to. Do you think that that is going to move people or will they start to make excuses for him and say look after all? The virus is not as forms of course is true and so why should be blamed him for epidemic some virtual focus groups amid the crisis? And I think one of the things. It's clear is a lot of voters. Don't blame him. Obviously he did not create the virus but the question is like do they blame him via the aliens on this amazing videos that the Pentagon recently released candidate OPPA stage the agent in Beijing. Waiting for somebody to see what see make limit. I think is only a matter of time until someone like Harry Reid making that argument. He seemed to imply a little bit. Perhaps yes I think you're right in the sense that you cannot overstate the importance of personal consequences. Look at how historically unpopular trump was in the face of this like. That's how you know how popular is because the economy is roaring. The Sun is shining. Life is good for people and still. He's like living at forty five percent. Can't break fifty percent and that's because he's loathsome but then you add on top of that the idea that now. Actually it's very rainy and I'm trapped inside the House with my kids and as this goes on. And here's the thing is I think we're in the fog of right Allen covert. I think people who make predictions about how this goes are making a mistake because it is not clear. One of two things could happen. It can get much much worse right now. It has been actually more prevalent in big cities that tend to be more democratic and so the personal consequences haven't touched as many Was just doing this. Focus Group in Wisconsin and and none of them like knew anybody who had it whereas I know lots of people in New York who have and so I think if it goes in that direction it continues to spread and people like governor camp opened up too early and Rhonda. Santa's opens up too early and people are dying now in in sort of redder areas and the people who are tre voters. Actually because I'll tell you I was talking to this Wisconsin voters and they all think it's wildly overblown and the reason that they think that is because it's not happening people around that basic human fallacy. Way If you're gonNA bobble of people who will vote for Democrats. I've I've had this conversation friends acting but you know it must be something rigged because I didn't know anybody who votes Republicans. How can be people in the way of it really is nobody in your self defense and acquaintances sue suffered from covent nineteen and like you? I know a lot of people who have importantly is easy to think. Oh it's just made up in some kind of that's right and they're trying to scare us and this is about politics and they're trying to make us feel bad like that is a real sense that exists out there and if you're in these places like it's not that surprising that these people that there's people out there protesting it if they're like. Why am I locked in my house? Nobody has this where I am and I'm angry that my job has gone away. Everybody I know has furloughed. And whatever like that is a crazy dynamic where you can't see or touch the sting you don't feel threatened by this thing but you have a real economic costs that you're bearing in a social costs and everything else and so if it starts to hit these redder areas more and it looks like these. Republican governors made huge mistakes and they see rising death tolls will that that is a killer for Donald Trump's electoral prospects twenty on the flip side if we basically do everything right and flat in the curve and things return to normal by July or or. I know that that's return to normal. But let's say things are reasonably were out of our houses. Work has resumed. And we're wearing face masks and practicing social distancing but like things are better and now you're thinking to yourself okay. We've got to rebuild the economy. This is terrible. We're in a recession. And who do you think people look at say? The pandemic wasn't trump's fault but like who? We want to rebuild the economy to we want to put the Democrats in charge to rebuild the economy. Or do we want the good old days back that this guy gave us and I'm not saying that that's the right answer. I'm just saying that like there will absolutely be a strain of that. That could be persuasive to some people who are saying. I don't know maybe it's better to not you know. Have the Democrats suddenly taxing the heck out of us or whatever in this moment when we're trying to rebuild what I can say is that though I've been talking about the set of trump in populism for fear for years for that actually my hope? Is that things do get better. My hope is right. Be Administration finally does defames needs to in order for things to get better. I mean it is a bizarre situation in which the people who have most politically states in wanted the administration to fail. I desperately cheering it on to hopefully somehow do testing trays put. The measures in place allows to go back to a semi-normality in July. That media is a much better chance of winning election. Ember so be it. You know this is a question of life and death for hundreds of thousands of people. Unfortunately my sense at this point is that he will undermine his own electoral prospects by fading in the response. A killing a lot of the mouth and touching the economy in the process which is very pessimistic. Way To end this conversation instead we're ending on the sound of music. Asked me whatever you want to know just as one note to listen to this podcast? I have never watched the sound of music. Which is a Unknown movie in Germany way gloves forward is a cult movie in the United States many other countries around the world and I recently remedied shortcoming and. Life tweeted my watching the sound of music which elicited a lot of great reaction from Sara. Yes so I was trapped inside my house obviously so I think I was far too invested in your watching of sound of music so I was like haranguing you on twitter which was probably a little too much but I Like first of all. I still can't believe you hadn't seen it and then also though you're suggesting you're basically teasing the idea that you weren't going to like it and I had this reaction of I mean I probably haven't seen the movie in a decade but when I was watching it I probably for two decades watched it at least three times a year probably at some point. I was watching it just back to back starting over. No all the music love. Julie Andrews the prospect of like okay well as a grownup if I saw this for the first time as a forty year old. Would I think that this movie was stupid? And the idea you the idea that you somebody I respect might put that into the universe might be like. I'm watching this for the first time as a grown man and I'm GonNa tell you the music's dumb the whole thing's problematic. I was GonNa just depress me so much and so I went to bed. You and you said you were only GonNa Watch the first half. I had gone to bed. The first thing I did when I woke up the next morning was check twitter to see if he liked it. That's how invested I was so we just tell me all like how much you loved it. I did actually really liked it. Let me explain first of why I fought. I wouldn't end IT'S S. You know it's not an intellectual snob it's Movie Oh anything that. That wasn't my concern about it. I think it's you know growing up in Germany and not really having hard about the movie and Ben Comment to Especially United States and people love this movie that set the Nineteen Thirties in Austria. That portrays a family as sort of heroes in the fight against Nazism in a way that happens to fit very neatly into the Austrian national nowadays of having been his victims even for actually the majority of Austrians well quite happy to be incorporated into the Fed right in went onto Chia Hitler when he invaded and so on. I think I just something about mixed cy. Magid between the mountains adults book and Kitsch and is sort of self promoting national narrative of Austria. Made me think that would if it would grate on me. Interestingly I did not I did not bring that baggage to it when I was twelve while exact but I have to say. It's very charming movie and I think it deals with the history reasonably honestly I mean. Obviously it's it happens to focus on the good guys and win that many of those around you know in the selection of a case lives kind of easy political message but it does show the way in which society awards for. Nazis said the family of Israel historical precedent. So it's not like that is made up and as a movie it's charming. I mean I liked. I enjoyed music. Julie Andrews is great in the roll and it's hot resist so I did go in with a lot of resistance to those with with every damn song. Resistance was was wound down. And if you haven't seen it in ten year Sarah don't worry about watching it again you'll you'll like it but next time is much less than what was your favorite song. I think the most effective song and again I I think I have the defect of looking at a lot of fiction from a political angle in a weird way. I liked politically impactful. Musical number whether it is in Tosca where covered ASEAN insisting on celebrating our freedom of his country. Even though he's doing bad in front of the tyrant in those might costumers life or whether it is wonderful massias seen in Casablanca web labour French national anthem in front of the Nazi officers. Who was sitting there all of its music. I think to meet the device was not the best. Saab is not the best musical number. But I think it's most meaningful song in the movie and it's the one that stays with us. Okay because my favorite song is you are sixteen going on seventeen which is noted and. I don't know if you saw this but like I got a thread conversation with somebody about it. Because you noted that it is problematic and it is an incredibly sort of condescending song. That's always been my favorite. There's like a dance number in a gazebo while it's raining outside and Ralph. Is this like introduction for me too complicated characters and how people can change on you and how scary it was. This idea that she liked loved this guy and that he had said he was gonna take care of her. And then he's like a Nazi who's coming at their family. Sorry spoiler alert but not much of a spoiler. I took one look at that guy. But he's that bad news. Yeah I I didn't catch that early on but the thing is is that the one thing that I've always thought saves that song from being in sort of the problem is that I don't liezl whoever place or the acting is so good that you know she's like in on the joke like it is just. It's winking at you just enough to stay on the right side of not being like horribly sexist still obviously a product type just like sheer enjoyment of a song. That's wrong is an earworm for the ages. Well I do think but song is very clever. I think the original lyrics update immediately grated on me. I was uncharacteristically politically correct and finding it problematic. I think alerts better had resistance to was Owned telling you what to do. And then the echo of that in the young team cactus. I need someone. Odin wise telling me what to do but of course later on Maria does version of lyrics which I think are very as a second half to. The song is much later in the movie and believe character. Saves you a sixteen going on seventeen waiting for life to start some kind of touches? Your mind will suddenly touch your heart. So she's in a way teaching nasal to expect something more which I think is very beautiful. Redemption of it is I'm so glad you liked. It makes me happy. Well we'll have to watch it together. Why don't we get over listening to this podcast and everybody else to do a live? Watch party ethics policy sometime sound. Sarah thank you so much. Joining the PODCAST. Thanks for having me. I appreciate it..

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"sarah k" Discussed on The Good Fight

The Good Fight

10:08 min | 5 months ago

"sarah k" Discussed on The Good Fight

"I don't know I think the problem there is that people are able to impute on. Joe Biden a sense that he is just like the rest of them. Look Joe Biden is a flawed candidate. Like just about anybody who is going to run would offend. He's old. He shows his age oftentimes when he is debating or talking in general and he's got a long long long record that people can sort of poke holes but he's a great candidate in other ways and one of the ways that Joe Biden's whole rat is that he's like the empathy guy you know he's Kinda like at that Bill Clinton. I feel your pain white working class voters like him. It's hard to pin him as being a radical socialist because that's just like not who the dudes been the whole time and Joe Biden is like a last vestige like a thing that is fast disappearing of the kind of person who will still say yeah. I want Republican votes. You know there was this like mini ripple through Republican circles. A while back is Amy Klobuchar. Did this thing that seems not that weird but to me but was like a big deal where she said. Hey if somebody went up to her and said I'm Han pro-life is there room for me in your coalition she said? Of course there's room for you in our coalition. There were things that we disagree about but like of course there's room and people were like stunned by this right. 'cause the posture now is to basically be like well. If you're not meeting every single one of these things you're out and I think that Joe Biden has that capacity. Say I open this tent to you. I say that were a big ten. I want you hear Republicans. You are welcome. And like he can make that pitch. I think authentically and in a way that like people who are who WanNa make Republicans the enemy in order to continue to accelerate the negative partisanship because it works to their political advantage. He's not going to do that and so he he does. Have this opportunity to pick people up that other people in the party don't but doesn't that imply that he's a little bit more defined by you. Say which is I think people don't have a sense that he's while he's defined to me. I mean I think that but the voters that I listen to. You don't have that sense yet. But they could have that sense wants. This becomes a two person race and it's highly visible and Joe Biden's actively out there making the pitch as this I think is interesting. I buy tendency is to faint but policy matters that opponents of populist make a mistake when they just run on. I'm not that populist bad. They need to have some message of hope. That actually says hey the I real problems into world here my solutions for them but realistic if you can buy them in but not gonNA completely transform our lives in radical ways they will actually make your life that in appreciable ways and I'm GonNa get you in this context. I wonder whether that's true because everything with Joe Biden is likely to say long. Those lines is going to make more tangible from the right because they are to be progressive policies. Many of which I believe in but that actually lends itself to kinds of tax and so is there a way that you can try to define himself precisely by character by the EMC which is clearly a big pot of campaign has been doing and I think it has an advantage of it being sincere every reporter who has reported on Joe Biden including some very negative the privilege of him in the bulk of nineteen eighty eight campaign. Bring out. That really does want to get the connects with every single vote. He casts about having sets of communion between politicians intellectuals and he clearly does not look down on much of the country doesn't judge people who voted for Donald Trump. He doesn't judge people who don't have college degrees. That's not true. He is and so does. He need a province. That's part of definition need to be around policy can just lean into trying to make sure if you have a him is the image that less politically interested. People will also end up with. And how would you do that? Yes I think? It's a little of columbine a little from column. I think it's very important. When as a political candidate I think policy only counts for so much and that a lot of times people are going to vote based on whether or not especially people who are less political themselves like to see a good person does. He seem like he cares about. People like me is a big metric that that people should look at but policies not nothing and it has the opportunity to do two things one to define what you stand for and also define what you don't stand for so for example Joe Biden has the opportunity in one of the things that I think allowed him to distinguish himself in the campaign was that he was opposed to Medicare for all right like as the overton windows being pushed on what policies the Democrats want. He's sort of stands up and says well. No I WANNA fix it. I WANNA fix obamacare when expand on it. I want to bring more people in but I don't WanNa go all the way over there which frankly all the way over there does not actually garner a ton of support. It was very popular on the Democrat. Debate stage But Medicare for all is not supported even anywhere close to a majority of Americans and in fact it is much less and so his opportunity because healthcare is one of those issues that everybody cares about and white working class voters college. Educate everybody but wait. We're in class what they're paying attention to it. The women that I talked to are Voted for trump but are a little bit on the fence and are probably persuadable as one of the issues that you hear come up the most in terms of things that are will actually research and look at about a because it matters to them you know. I think Joe Biden's environmental policy. They might not find so so interesting But his healthcare policy would be. I think that can that can be persuadable or could be a mechanism of persuasion for some people on the fence. What is interesting but it was. Election wind is not just whether or not Joe Biden. Win which is very important. I'm bit as well but he's able to win a significant majority. I think many of the worst things about the United States in the last four years is what it is full in the world and many things. Donald Trump's effective control of the Republican party can only be remedied by convincing victory. Not by a narrow one so I want to hold out. Hope that it's possible full by get fifty eight to forty two percent of vote winning the electoral college with all of the states that he needs to in order to cobble together a majority but also safe places like North Carolina or Arizona or other places that would really make a very convincing victory now. There are some people who say that. The honest will decide that trying to persuade. People who voted for trump is a waste of time because way that elections now Mobilizing the base. I take you disagree with that. What's your evidence for the possibility of even aiming for that kind of victory? What's your evidence that if Democrats want to win the do need to be in persuasion game? Not Just in the mobilization game obviously I I hope that Joe Biden wins or maybe. That's not obvious but I hope Joe Biden wins. I want him to win as decisively as possible. Not only because I think a narrow victory will lend itself to a lot of confusion and our current polarized environment it opens us up to a lot of Donald Trump positing that this was you know rigged in some way and I think that's very very bad for this country but I is also important that he win decisively by you know he picks up like he wins Florida. He put Texas in play. Those kinds of things will scare the Patriots off of Republicans. And there is hope. And and we haven't really gotten into this but we talked about on a witness's podcast. You asked me about it. I didn't get to answer and have a lot of thoughts on it just like. What is the future of the Republican Party? And how would that take shape and a post trump world one of the only ways for the Republican Party to not internalize for a long time all of the terrible lessons of the trump era because trump won? And that was such a big deal. And it's one of the reasons why I was so much more bullish on the idea of the Republican Party being in good shape to reinvent. It's like that it wasn't they're all there for trump in twenty seventeen versus how. I think about it now because so much of it. The party has internalized a lot of these bad lessons so if he loses by dramatic margins. That's the kind of thing that causes a Republican Party to be like so governor. Larry Hogan what are you doing? These days versus. Hey Tom Cotton or Josh Hawley or whatever. What we need is just more populism just on a little bit better so yes. I think it has to be decisive. I think to be that kind of decisive. You have to pick up you know. Politics is a game. People seem to forget this. It is a game of addition and not subtraction right. So you're trying to expand that coalition as widely as possible which means it is always a a and prospect. Yes you need large turnout. But you also need to persuade. Voters in the good news is that there are a bunch of people in this environment are all persuadable like are you going to get the trump base or you're going to get people who go to rallies to vote for Joe Biden. No you're not but that's not everybody I mean I think people just think that voters are a monolith in this way that they're not thinking of sort of the most extreme trump kids. I tweeted as recently where you know people keep talking about. What would it take for people who are most eaten on Donald Trump to turn on him and the answer is nothing is impossible not Beckenham? Forget the twenty five percent of the population but question is. How'd you get those people who kind of like trumpeted not bad incident politics? You know the people who are conservative but actually dislike trump quite deeply rights. But is that possible? What do you do to get the way out of the points which you can push? Yeah so look. I think it's going to be different for different places right. So the vice presidential pick in Joe Biden's case is going to be more important than it's been for just about anybody in a long time number one because people view him not irrationally as a one term president as somebody who's like just just from an age perspective and so whoever he picks has going to have a huge impact on what the future of the Party looks like. And the difference between the Elizabeth Warren or Stacey Abrams or any clue which are those are radically different propositions all of them in terms of who they appeal to and what they set up the party to be. And so. If you're asking me I would tell them to pick amy Klobuchar specifically for electoral advantage reasons. Which is it helps you in Michigan. It.

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"sarah k" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"sarah k" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"I think I appear to be like. I'm a little person. I'm very expressive face. And I think people don't want to hurt me so they say things to me that they feel would be comforting right. I mean even if it is that. They're doing it for the best of intentions. I think for me for me. I feel betrayed If I've been lied to number two I'm afraid that we really do prefer comforting is over truth numbers three afraid of going death. I have a relative who's been going death in the last two. Three Years Unites by Dad. And he you know he doesn't know when he can't hear so you have somebody who's dare sitting in front of you but they're not actually present and assists strange isolation That he's not even entirely aware of number four. I mean it's hard. It's one of those things big time when he said the wrong thing. That's pretty constant. Number five for me. leaving religion was you know shimmied religion. Why something that wasn't true. And in the end you know there was a way that I saw the world and you know in the Muslim community. Leaving the faith is kind of still an unheard of thing and ever since. I've been more open about who I am. My parents have gotten the worst of it because they have not pushed me away number six. Oh yeah clean when anyone tries to. Anyone visits me. I have like mini panic attack. Okay I need to everything needs to be perfect With my mom especially because she would she she gets upset I never had to make my own bed. I would just wake up and go to school and come back and my room would be perfect because my mom would just have cleaned all at because you couldn't stand that it was like she couldn't even wait to discipline us to get us to clean it because he was just you know. In that moment she needed to be meet number seven. The collapse of trust in institutions unfitting lies virtue number eight. I'm afraid of being watched by some some sort of malevolent force while sleeping just my luck. I guess that I ended up having this fear and also getting into kind of activism where I do have to think about my own personal safety like in a very literal sense. The more I advocate for others the more limited done. I'm done I got kicked out of my of the recording room. They said that there was somebody else. We needed the space I think we were talking about My safety in my real life and how I felt You know there. There has been a time where I had to Get the FBI involved Because there was somebody who is leaking. My my address online number nine. I'm afraid of isolating myself. I had many move from friends. And even when I left the faith and I but I just wasn't so vocal about it. I retained a lot of those friendships and around the time. I started becoming vocal. One by one you know. Many of those started dropping away from my life and I remembered two sisters and particular like I don't know if they blocked me or something but they had just cut off all contact Quietly ghosted me and I didn't even know and I reached a message them and I got no responses by soon. They just you know they don't want to be in my life anymore number ten. I have you read The gift of fear about have you heard of it. I'm pretty sure Oprah talking about this book for some time like This guy who has worked with victims of terrible crimes and he found that in studies of women who had been victims of some terrible crimes that he could be. There was always a time where they could say. Oh you know what I remember when I remember something was wrong here. I remember he said something or did something. And it didn't smell and that's when I became afraid along. Those women didn't act on it because of politeness mostly And I you know I read that book and I could just feel myself just being hesitant about fearful situation and then not running away or screaming or or getting out of there ever need to.

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"sarah k" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

03:15 min | 8 months ago

"sarah k" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"And listen to voicemails. Let's go all right. We'll hit coating Albert here from the walkie. Well the podcast recently. My wife and I'm on a little vacation of Boston and we found ourselves in Cambridge and we went to Mr Bar lease milkshake. I knew that you have a sandwich sandwich on the menu the Conan O'Brien which is Turkey with stuffing cranberry connective. Every someone creates a sandwich in your honor you kickoff on it or is it kind of a guess what he likes anchor bunch great work. Hey Albert from Milwaukee. This is an excellent question action and I'm glad that you asked it first of all. I remember this place very well from one. I was a student I would go there and I would always get the same thing. which WHO's a hamburger with this sort of barbecue sauce on it and that was my favorite thing and this is back when I was eighteen years old and being able to go into a restaurant and buy a hamburger seemed like had a huge deal and I would go there with the older guys on the Lampoon who I thought were so cool and I would get my hamburger and I thought man this? This is the life this is living. Life is never going to get better than this so I remember this restaurant very well absolutely not. no-one consulted me about the sandwich No one asked me about this sandwich now. It sounds like a delightful sandwich. It it sounds great and I think they were very kind to name a sandwich after for me because Harvard hasn't done shit you know there's no statue of me. There's no there's no Conan Hall. Do you know what I mean. That would be nice. It'd be nice to donate what's happening happen. I shouldn't have to donate. I've donated my life's work so no I believe there. There should be some kind of plaque or something somewhere there part for me but that's their call. That's Harvard call haven't they haven't presidence gone there. Yeah I mean do they have plaques and buildings named after them. I don't know how many hours on Youtube has John. Quincy Adams laws. Anybody want to answer that question. I've been searching. I've been searching and John F. Kennedy. He's got some fine speeches. I've got thousands and thousands of hours of me and my hijinks so so no president comes close to what I've accomplished on the Internet. And that's why I think there should be some kind of. I'm just being honest. I'm telling you what I think I think would be the appropriate of Harvard. Did that and so I leave that now. Up to the establishment to decide and for the students demand quite frankly. That's up to them. But I do remember this restaurant and no they never consulted me about the sandwich. But I'm glad they named a sandwich after me because at least it's something I've got a sandwich named after me at this restaurant. Do you think the cranberry sauce is a nod to the color of your hair. I think people over think it this is what I think. Now there are Delis where they'll say I remembered some Deli. New York briefly had a sandwich named after me before they decided not to so sad. It's the worst to have a sandwich and then having taken away trust me. There's no greater indignity achieving sandwich. And then having the sandwich.

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"sarah k" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

07:19 min | 8 months ago

"sarah k" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"I want to do this with you. Won't make comedy. Let's not do that. And you know what. There's too much comedy. Don't you think there's too much comedy and I think that's why I started. This podcast is to try and stop it. I like to get very funny people here and then get them talking about serious issues. Let's get serious. Let's get uncomfortable. no-one no-one says that with that tone one of voice. I always forget that. You and Sandler are from New Hampshire. Because you don't seem anyone listening right now has a perception. Shen of what. Someone from New Hampshire is like then Sarah Silverman and Adam Sandler don't fit that mold. We don't represent New Hampshire. Well Seth Meyers to from there. He's from the same town. Because we're from Manchester. And then we moved to Bedford stuff. I could kind of see it. I could see him wearing a hat with ear flaps. Tragedy big thick boots. I could just to see a little bit. I know what you're saying. Adam and I are big fat Jews and you. Just don't see that in Hampshire said it and I couldn't let me do this for Korea letting me do this far you thanks for finishing my sentence. People all growing up. When I was growing up in New Hampshire they'd go where in New Yorker worker from and I'd go what's New York? I'm from a year and then you know so now I realize it's because they go. Jews are from New York and the right yes but I didn't know she's Jenny on the block. She's means she's from Brooklyn. She's from Staten Island. She's you know what I mean. I lost my virginity in a story. Acquaints Breath Really WanNa talk about that or should we just maybe not top tier. I was I was a comedian to comedian. Okay this is Jeff Dunham. Yeah was it was at Jeff Dunham or one of his puppets does he have the puppets with him. It was the skeleton like Turbine Guy. Just like you revealed that it was Sir guy. With puppets and Pros Gallagher to gallagher elegant to is who Hugh Gallagher Sold His yes gallagher soldiers hall act to his brother Yes and they called him gallagher too. I remember hearing the radio ADS and they did it in a tricky way. They go do you like gallagher. I like gallagher too hill. And he's playing at Blah Blah Blah. Oh piss for those people when they showed up and it was a different guy who looked like gallagher smashing mellon could they they know. Yeah Ah there was no disappointment at all. Yeah okay well losing virginity in one thousand nine hundred a little later that really. How old are you? Ah during Obama's second term Syria. Were you under twenty three. Yes twenty parents. Listen to this. And I'm still Jill Hyper Catholic. Positive your parents this year right into it. Yes I was under twenty one I was under twenty saw good. You know you're seventeen seventeen. Let's just say was a magical moment in my life was not a comedian. I wasn't in the comedy world then Dan. I wanted to be in the comedy hall. I wanted we had to go there. Our guest is Jim backus playing Thurston Howell the fall lovey. You did impression. That's a good one. Oh lovey let me start by saying something very positive and when I say start right I mean we've already been talking. We start recording. I think we've been taught recording for over four hours. You know I love. I love a lot of things about you. Do you do something real. I thought was hilarious on my show recently. which is you came on dressed as Hitler and you were upset that people were comparing bring you to trust? That was so great but I thought there was a somebody's idea on your staff a really. Oh my God I didn't know you but you in love today it credit for a but I may have tweaked to thing here or there. Whatever we're but like no the idea was someone? I wish you were Whoever thought of it you're the only person that could do it? And it was clear and you came out of the cell hat. Do you came out. And first of all you were a very attractive Hitler which was confusing And confused me for a while but then your attitude was just very eh reasonably upset that people keep. Yeah it was bad but I'm not that bad and it was so funny and there's a lot of Political comedy that I admire. It's just that it can get very shrill and angry and this was visually so silly and so wrong and so well played that I just thought yeah in a way that that's the kind of political comedy alike. Just it's it's absurdist noticed and somehow to me it speaks to me more than if you would just come out and had fifteen trump jokes and l.. I prefer aggressively aggressively dumb. And silly you know especially if you might have something quote unquote to say because otherwise you just. If if it doesn't visions dozens isn't sandwiched with really dumb Shae. You're just I feel like as a viewer I'd be like fuck you. Yeah well this is. What's interesting right now in comedy is that? There's there's this expectation that if you're not speaking truth to power as a comic you're copping out of the big struggle right now and I think what's interesting being your first job as a comedian is to be funny and then you've got to figure out how to reconcile that with what's happening but you can't just get mad because then you're not a comedian anymore. So it makes sense but it's so silly because doing comedy is figuring out like what you care about what you're interested. I didn't what you want to talk about. So it's like I had a comic friend. Call me and he was like I feel like I'm not talking about what's going on in the world and like I I like I'm my stuff isn't about anything political and I feel like guilty about it and I was like that's such a gift you know like people the need that I remember my mom before she i. I'm not glad you died. Obviously but like in a way. I'm relieved she didn't see like she died. Thinking Hillary Hillary or burning were gonNA be residential wages before that so like but she would watch msnbc not she was the opposite of the Fox News like she and constantly on that like daily coast and she would get so worked up. And I'd be like mom you have to sometimes just watch a bones. I something like for me. I watch law and order or something like but you've gotta it's now healthy to just be until jump in and say I don't think she should've watched a bone. Yeah I'm okay with law and order. Okay bones I liked the first two seasons and then they lost me so I'm glad that I hope that's not what your mother was doing. When she passed away? You know she was struggling debris.

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"sarah k" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

12:34 min | 10 months ago

"sarah k" Discussed on LadyGang

"Now back to the Lady Gang. Our our guest is an actress and comedian who has appeared in the convinced him convince method. I don't know I I can't talk young sheldon big little lies about her family and Gracie and Frankie okay. You know you've heard of those little shows just a little nothing shows working alongside some of the biggest names in Hollywood. She actually aren't herself Golden Globe and has been nominated we'll talk about baton nominated for both a critics choice award and a screen actors guild award but it wasn't always this glamorous. After graduating college she moved to Atlanta and help build the World Improv theatre where she acted acted and taught perfecting her craft. Please welcome to the PODCAST. A funny lady. We Love Sarah Baker Golden Globe. Yeah so very fancy fancy fancy dies and the comedian comedian hard Batman Yeah. It's 'cause doesn't Melissa McCarthy say like I'm a comedian I don't know yeah. I don't know either doing her. Like yeah this sounds pretty cool. Okay okay about the Golden Globe so when it's a cast golden globe best. What was it like best comedy? which what what show was the forum in humans which is very funny? Two years ago. This was not this past noodle ups these years it. Yeah so dreamy anyway. So when the cast wins. The best comedy do you all get a globe to take home. No that's because I am a group Emmy Award winner so for entertainment tonight. No tonight you win in best news show right and then everyone that's listed like I mean the list. It's like cutthroat to get on the list but like the hosts were on the list but then there's like producer whatever but we actually you get a real. It's up the Globes. Don't do that. So how many like what part of it. Because part of the cast. Obviously to go on right now I think one one talk about it I just she passed for. I don't know I know that I thought it was just like the producers. Get like chuck gets it. Maybe Michael Aw L. Higgins I don't I'm like we're like without us. The show doesn't exist. What do you get to say like? This was hard for me when I was putting this together because I will not walk in a room unless someone says Emmy Award winning Kelty night so now that you're part of it like I feel like Golden Globe winning actress. Sarah Baker should be there or you too cool for that. I feel like it's it's false. It's a fault a false not on your one this true i. Oh I do not have one Jack. Let's let you decide. Well I feel like she just doesn't care as much as you actually talented and actually had a great career and doesn't have like imposter syndrome. So I feel like people are already like. Do you really immediately crumbled now. I don't I never will lose her. UH-HUH I want to say you've been basically on every show that exists as popular. Is that you. Are you the secret sauce to a Hollywood. I never thought that way. Absolutely not like Young Sheldon. It's you modern family. Young Young Sheldon is my airplane. TV Review Show. I love it so much for flight because Yeah Wa very easy to taken strange okay. I on a saddest woman ever over on that show to this really sad librarian Sunday. All get married. You're like I say about about me Do you ever feel typecast. Because you're funny I feel like I've gotten to play like kind of a lot of different characters. I but I mean there was like a phase where I played literally like five nurses and our own okay and then you're starting to be like I mean in a way it's like who cares but then on the other hand I was like I don't really want to be a nurse a nurse. What does that mean? What does it mean your age is probably like a nurse audition? She's autumn your face. That could cure a disease now. I think it's like being like old enough. Like not being like twenty two so he could be a nurse But being like sort of a nebulous age and just that I think it's like every woman quality maybe it's a good job to have nurse because you wearing a comfortable clothes when you're actor you're there for like twenty hours a day. You're wearing a sneaker now. It's not as comfortable sneak. Nobody's outfit Gras Rub. I think one time I did play like a nurse. Then yeah exactly so I had to have like a little hat and they actually had like period bras and so which are horrible. There were like pointy bras stretch. That was the weirdest thing you put it on your. Yeah they didn't they just didn't have stretch back then. The Best I know the wheel and then stretch. It was literally like Oxford. Lila's shirt cloth material. We all all have one pair of underwear that's been through the dryer too many times. And you put it on your like. Where's the stretch like you'd be rated out all gone back to the days? What show I'm really going to put you on the spot? What show is better big bang or modern family? Wow that's a loaded question. Do you want to answer. I personally like modern family better. Okay but I also loved Young Sheldon so so that's kind of that's not that's not big young sheldon is a big thing off show. You know what I'll say. I watch more lake. Single camera shows so I tend tend to watch shows like modern family. More than multi Cam shows like Big Bang theory so I probably have watched modern family more. But they're both very enjoyable. Join now would you like to explain to the regular gals of the world. The difference between a Multi Kamina Salaam. Because I literally just learnt this. Oh Yeah I'm just assuming the name for it. I mean your eyes knew the difference between like a show with a live audience. That's on like a flat stay. We know I think so are all shows with live audiences multi cam. Do they have to be pretty much the only show that will there was like how might your mother was like a weird hybrid show where they shot it like a multi cam honesty age. But they didn't use an audience but other than that like I mean basically all the older shows as were all multi I love Lucy invent how many camps is a multi six. I've always liked smart. Like what is is that. How many military are we five hundred cameras multi and single camp? There's no way you're just one camera. No there's not exactly so. This is a very confusing. That's paying you knew the difference. You just didn't know the name and the name actually. Yeah it's not very multi cameras like if we're sitting here is a Cameron County when she talks because there's a camera on Sarah when she talks but also like say that's the mayor. This is the stage. Yeah the the cameras. Don't come onto the stature and the set so they let you have your whole experience on the outside on Big Bang theory. There's never any close up there. Never closer than like stop or something because of the way to come in. Yeah but on modern family. You're right in there and Sarah. You can't even get their highland. Both of her giant is. You can't get them in the frame because they're so beautiful and big. Yeah Yeah Okay interesting. Yeah I learned something. Chuck Lori is A big producer creator of shows and he can create anything thing and then usually people win the wards and he wins the awards. What's it like working with him and being like welcomed into like Chuck's Club? It was really cool. I mean I. It gets really nerve wracking initially just because you know how many different in different kinds of shows the race done but I did like an episode of Mike and Molly Ali. You know whenever several years ago and I think I met him like for one second afterwards news very funny or something and I was like thanks Gloria whereas like oh no But but yeah but then for. This show was weird. Like I went in and auditioned for For Young Sheldon. I I for like a librarian but it was like a last minute casting things so they brought in like eight women or something. That's my I know so nice so like like the plan that you sent your thing. Yeah I didn't it was I sent it anyways video in on taste I I taught myself on. She did it wrong. She showed like her whole body. You did it on the green screen at et as fine like a porn cameras camera. Yeah that's my thought. I had them. Do you mean like Nia. I was an Q.. L. Draft Lines and then Becca was like no one. You're an actress like you only shoot. Shoot this far up. And I was like bulls. Aren't they going to see my body. But they want to see this beautiful physio saying Sarah Living Room with iphone Cam. So you're take my adding like it didn't matter they're shot they're like this. They didn't get the part because you should. We're going back to because obviously okay. So you're acting was terrible. It is hard to act like a news reporter when you are a news report. 'cause you're like the lines. Whoever writes the news reporter lines lines have no? This isn't how would never ask it like this weight was no. It wasn't a news reporter Instagram influence. Or which I've no idea. So you're you're right. I wasn't meant for that part. This isn't about me. This is about Sarah Baker. I want to know a great Hollywood story when you were really close to getting a job and you really wanted it and then you didn't because life is disappointing for our women and I wanNA make them feel we've resonate with failure. I mean I've had money As most actors like supergirl. I haven't had anything like that where I'm like and I would have made twelve million haven't had quite the girl that was like it was between between me or Jennifer Aniston on friends who was on that pilot bigger house. I think makes me stomach ache honestly honestly busy about fired twice. ooh fired no. I've been fired once and not hired even though I like went very far so so my first thing was like there was a show called Catherine. Kim It's not as high. Don't say no she didn't make it no but they did the American version O.. Failure year is bomb view tower. Dan One's incredible. Yes that's what I've heard. Yeah so I auditioned for this really. We are characteristic part. That was like like this short haired Weird woman who takes care of animals so she's always Bitten like here And she he would. I would have been the best friend curve like Soma Blair's character whose Hugh my guess But anyway I'd like kept going further and further the director it was super nice the producer. They were like they didn't like me initially and then they were like. Oh we're going to write a new scene for you. Do Chemistry read kept being morale. Yeah and you're like Catherine it's me I'm Kath and then it sounds exactly and they were like uh-huh now alternately no and then but then what was kind of gratifying was that they never did cast anybody. They eliminated their hard. Yeah and then. They were so good that they were like you know. We don't need this part at all. Yeah yeah totally right the offense Melissa Route Nine theory she I always like is it row or I don't I still don't know rough I think she Played kind of part. That was like a different best friend character. Okay and then I also did like. That's one person I look at them like. There was a time when when we were like we were both on the same episode of the office together. I'm like by a millionaire superstar. The fees really funny so she served the one where you fired. Oh and then I was on the Pilot of the odd couple. Like A reboot of out couple with Matthew Perry and Oh my God.

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"sarah k" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

05:47 min | 10 months ago

"sarah k" Discussed on LadyGang

"Lady getting so this episode of Lady Gaga's brought to you by our favorite period underwear thinks and they are challenging challenging us to rethink your period. ooh I wish I never had to thinks about it at all. Period is due for some rebranding. It it really is like like in general socks no just like the whole experience the whole protocol. It's time it's getting a facelift and thinks it's helping they really are. I love that so basically. We're GONNA have a quick little conversation about what's normal during your period because we've talked about the normal life and sex and everything but we've never actually talked about our flows deep other than that. I know that you're really heavy. To wear seven pairs. Talk a lot about my flow and so we're so excited. So here's my question. How many days does your period four to five seven seven? Fold red days or like are there brown day in there. I have like a like a it starts starts off light for a half of a day two and a half heavy days and then it trickles down but like I need to be wearing something for seven days long long time here. Twenty four hours at this point. Maybe forty eight hours. Yeah Mine's pretty sure. Why is that? I've always had a short period. Yeah genetics attics. Yeah like I get cramps. Light crampy horrible like feeling gross but not bleeding and then a one like crazy like bleeding down my leg day. Two days of Brown. That's how I go out. Do you have sex on your period. Yes do I need to elaborate. It's just it's it's nice and slippery down. You're good to go not on not not on my first day because I'm too crampy into pressuring at hurts but the other day is are fine back. I do not I do. Not Either I would but I just don't that's like like I'm not morally against it. I like I'm not against it. Lake AAC the three days right before my period criticize like. Oh you're about to get your period because that's when I get randy randy like an eight year old fires okay. Scale of one to ten. How batter your period cramps? Two one two two eight and a half Yuba copper. Add Right. I used to okay the copper. Ud there were like well. Yeah but you've nothing now I don't have anything with the copper. Ud My period was like three weeks. Long I am. I didn't bleed for one week out of the month. Riches why use my. Thanks underworld today. Well this is it. What's your favorite style On Wall so I where the thinks usually to bed. Yeah me too because I don't like wearing a Tampon or anything when I'm sleeping so they're like a good thing to wear when I'm sleeping yet so I wasn't really a believer because I just I like period period And I thought I'd be uncomfortable in something like like that and I thought it would feel like a diaper but I'm really into it doesn't feel like anything. Yeah that's the thing that's kind of crazy like in the concept of it. Sounds like it would be like a diaper. It's really not. My sister actually recently reached out to me and she was like you know those things underwear genius for women who've had babies also 'cause after you have a baby there's a lot coming thing out of fluids fluids leakage and instead of wearing those hideous diapers that they give you for adults at the hospital. This is like a chic way for women. I'm into like still feel like pretty feminine. And like not like their vaginas just fell out between their legs Also a good time to wear like the Thong One the light one. If you're ovulating and you have a big ovulation situation. Will they hurt you. The five egg whites whites. Yeah I like I like the boy shorts. I like the boy shorts to his company. They I just got the purple which made me feel less like Chris can tell when I'm wearing my period underwear them all unblock blocked. Yeah and then I got the parole and I wasn't sure about it but I'm into it okay. Last thing When did you get your period? And what do you remember from that. Moment I got my period when I was fifteen or sixteen and I the thing that I remember as when I used a Tampon for the first time and it got stuck and I had to go to the emergency room to get uh-huh oh my God the first time and it was a light it was like the tiniest little mini light tampon and I just must have. There must have not been enough going on title to absorb and so it was dry and probably didn't know that you could like get it out yourself. Yeah actually also a good idea for younger girls wearing them so you don't have to. Yeah the pad is embarrassing like you are huge and uncomfortable. Poofy the next thing. Will they already have of them like do you remember when we're dancers when you're young and you couldn't like you weren't wearing tampons yet and you'd go to Bali cost and you'd be like a pad in your ballet tight you know. I always wear tampons bonds. You did always try on before I ever even got my period though you did. Not How did you get it out. I mean I barely got it in. I mean I was just very very curious. Okay do you remember when you think I was thirteen but I don't remember much about it and just I it was. It happened and it was over. My sister had a really traumatic experience. She got it when my mom was Outta town. She's the older one so there is no one no one except my dad. My Poor Dad had to deal with it. It's like that episode of curb your enthusiasm when Larry has helped the girl. It's that's exactly and he was showing so good. Yeah Oh my God well I feel closer to you guys now..

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"sarah k" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"sarah k" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Sarah welcome episode three three forty six. We got cooking today. Holy churning up just hilarity. I wish it turns out you still single. What's going to look into mingo every it'd be hilarious. You totally should sarah you. You think i'm going to be single for awhile yeah yeah but i'll tell you i met somebody yesterday not like romantically but i was at the airport and i was just having a rough day like i'd been doing a lot of traveling. My flight was canceled. It was all messed up and i had no sleep and it was that morning i'd also gotten served with the divorce source papers and dad's heavy so here. I am like walking around the airport. Just thinking about how oh gosh what am going to be alone forever i kinda just i was having one of those. You know i it was i if you look over the things that are contributing to my my mood i was i didn't have any food i hadn't had coffee at. I was tired and didn't get enough sleep. I just come from doing a sexual assault training with the military. That's really emotionally draining to share all that and be there for hear those stories and hold that space for people and so i was just in a place where i was like oh you know <hes> and then all this stuff the divorce stuff is like you know right there on my mind and i'm just kind of walking around like oh god just with this heavy feeling and so i go to you know some airport restaurants t._g._i. Friday's or something and sit down and i go and i'm not looking around for plug guys like do you need a plug like cure. You can reach the cord will reach all the way over here and i can plug it in no problem you know and anytime a guy talks to me like this first initial like trying to hit on me and this to jump in is well. That's what i thought in the beginning then so i sat down and i'm like turn turn my back to him and i don't know what he said but he said something along the lines of like oh god it was like hopeful and optimistic and something like you know. Sometimes you just need somebody to like help you out a little bit or something like that about plug in the thing in and i was like oh. Thanks and i don't know what what how we got started talking because i was given off the i don't wanna talk vibes and he just opens up and he says i. I just got a divorce a few years ago and i'm in love with this woman who's like the most amazing woman i've ever matt here. Let me show you a picture. He was like one of those where he wanted to talk and wanted to engage and i and then started saying it was like every single thing that i needed to hear <hes>. I started crying right there to him. Oh i like this guy ion solicited like i did not. I had no idea what i didn't say anything about getting divorced but he's like sometimes after getting divorced. It could feel like you you are just going to be alone forever and you're not going to like. It's so hard and it's so hard and i just thought you know what i gotta. Do i've got to work on myself and i got to put all my energy into me right now and and i had not told them i just got divorced and then all of a sudden i started tearing up and i was like i needed this information more than you could ever know because i'm in the middle of getting divorced and i just got my hi divorce papers and i had you're saying the counter to every single thought it was running through my head today.

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"sarah k" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"sarah k" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"To be sure I lived at all. This is designed matters with Debbie moment from design observer dot com. Fourteen years. Now, Debbie millman has been talking with designers and other creative people about what they do how they got to be who they are. And what they're thinking about and working on this episode, Debbie talks, performance poets, Sarah k about teaching people to write people should be less afraid of writing bad poems. Here's stepping. I'd like to thank two of the patrons that helped make design matters possible is your team designing an app from scratch rethinking the look and feel of your brand may be taking on something massive like transforming your brand's entire customer journey. Well, don't do it. The old way passing numberless one off comes through endless emails. Instead, do it all in one place. Do it in a Doobie XT now for free with the new starter plan? Adobe exte- combines the ability to both design prototype and share in a single solution. It's combination of creativity and productivity, let's your teams. Eliminate bottlenecks and simplify workflows. They can now create an interactive prototype, and then share it with teammates and reviewers in a single place. It keeps up with today's creative demands by letting your team work when and where they want across window. Ios IOS the web and more adobe exte- has helped big brands change the way they create and review. Prototypes. At a large scale. So don't do it. The old way. Use adobe X. Stay the design platform for the future. Available today for free for more information. Visit XT dot adobe dot com today, wicks dot com, puts the creative power of building dynamic web sites. Back into the hands of designers as anyone who has spent time in a whizzy wig platform knows what you see is it necessarily. Always what you get on the flip side for some..

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"sarah k" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"sarah k" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"So that he could see that it's just a human creating this work, and this person was really dirty and fucked up and had lots of problems and was dying. And and and Bob talks about in this poem, how. I think that really changed his whole relationship with the idea of holding artists out separately from their work as heroes. Yeah. I mean, I also think that poetry itself is an art form that people tend to place on a pedestal for number of reasons. But a lot of times people worry that they're that they're not deep enough or they're not whatever it is they've been led to believe, poetry has to be. They don't have it, or they've been. I sometimes that they've been made to, they've made to feel unwelcome in the house of poetry. And so a big part of what I do, especially in schools on specially in the education side of the work that I do is make poetry feel more accessible because I do believe that it's a house with enough rooms for everyone will that weren't enough is really powerful because we all feel like we're not enough often. Right? Yeah, it's a hard thing to battle. Yeah, but I think a big part of the door opening that you're talking about is people realizing like, oh, wait, this is a door that is available to me. I, I didn't know it was. Was, and that's, that's that's important. Where does talent like intersect with that in your mind? Right. I think that there are people who are born with natural talent, but I also think that there are people who work very hard to create it. And because talent is so subjective and no one's going to be able to decide who's got it or who doesn't, you know, definitively worrying about whether you've got it or not, doesn't do much good. Whereas working on your craft does man, I love talking to Sarah k. we'll be back with more of her soon. You might annot. It's looking at first because I have a beard, but I do shave because I shaved the part above and below my beard, but also at times I've had a goatee at times been clean shaven and one thing is true. I always use Gillette razors and blades a love, the Gillette fusion razor. It works perfectly..

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