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Morgan Zegers Describes Her Podcast 'Freedom Papers' With Turning Point USA

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:54 min | 4 d ago

Morgan Zegers Describes Her Podcast 'Freedom Papers' With Turning Point USA

"I want to give a fuller picture of the incredible work you're doing. So you're not just illuminating the threats of socialism and communism. You're actually doing the flip side of what's great about American why we are the greatest nation last year I had an idea. People need to be familiar with the federalist papers, and I'm just going to read them onto a podcast and at least people will be able to listen to them. And then I sadly find out or what was the happily find out that Morgan segas is already doing it. She's not reading them. She's analyzing them with a colleague. So tell us about this other podcast and why you decided, well, I know why it was important to me. Why did you choose to say, okay, let's do it's 2021 or 2022 and we're going to talk about the federalist papers. Yeah, well, I've got to say, so I'm 25 and a lot of people will ask me, how did the heck did you end up conservative or just even appreciative of the freedoms we have here? And I say it's all because my parents taught me to appreciate history and comparative history in terms of how far we've come as a nation in a world thanks to American western values. And so I really am thankful for my parents for that. But turning point USA is a really great student organization and they reached out to me because they identified that, yes, I am a history nerd. And they thought it would be a great idea to do a podcast called freedom papers, where we break down the ratification debate back in 1787 because a lot of young Americans have not read any of the federalist papers or the anti federalist papers. So each episode we do, we go one through 85. We include the anti federalist arguments and all of them. And it's been a really good time. We hope this is a great resource for students to understand what our founders were looking at, what they were evaluating through previous human history when they were writing our form of government that was eventually the ratified U.S. Constitution. So it's just a really, really fulfilling project for me and I'm thankful that turning point would

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Mass Appeal (MM #3955)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Mass Appeal (MM #3955)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason over the last few years, I've been following along with the discussion that says there is no such thing as mass appeal anymore, especially when it comes to music, television, movies, things like that. It's not possible to have mass appeal, because nothing reaches the masses anymore. No TV show will ever reach the ratings heights of the last episode of mash. No band will ever be as big as The Beatles. I'm sure you could argue all in the 1980s, Michael Jackson, but you have to look at the different course of time. When The Beatles came to America, it changed the world literally. And when you look at television and movies and music and entertainment and the world we live in, we have so many options these days. We have so many things that we can be focused on, even people in your own house don't necessarily have the same interests you anymore. That's not a bad thing. It's just the way the world has changed. Is it gone forever is the big question, and that's where the debate continues. Some say yes, some say no, I'll be honest with you. I don't see where it comes back.

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Mass Appeal (MM #3955)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Mass Appeal (MM #3955)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason over the last few years, I've been following along with the discussion that says there is no such thing as mass appeal anymore, especially when it comes to music, television, movies, things like that. It's not possible to have mass appeal, because nothing reaches the masses anymore. No TV show will ever reach the ratings heights of the last episode of mash. No band will ever be as big as The Beatles. I'm sure you could argue all in the 1980s, Michael Jackson, but you have to look at the different course of time. When The Beatles came to America, it changed the world literally. And when you look at television and movies and music and entertainment and the world we live in, we have so many options these days. We have so many things that we can be focused on, even people in your own house don't necessarily have the same interests you anymore. That's not a bad thing. It's just the way the world has changed. Is it gone forever is the big question, and that's where the debate continues. Some say yes, some say no, I'll be honest with you. I don't see where it comes back.

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Mass Appeal (MM #3955)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Mass Appeal (MM #3955)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason over the last few years, I've been following along with the discussion that says there is no such thing as mass appeal anymore, especially when it comes to music, television, movies, things like that. It's not possible to have mass appeal, because nothing reaches the masses anymore. No TV show will ever reach the ratings heights of the last episode of mash. No band will ever be as big as The Beatles. I'm sure you could argue all in the 1980s, Michael Jackson, but you have to look at the different course of time. When The Beatles came to America, it changed the world literally. And when you look at television and movies and music and entertainment and the world we live in, we have so many options these days. We have so many things that we can be focused on, even people in your own house don't necessarily have the same interests you anymore. That's not a bad thing. It's just the way the world has changed. Is it gone forever is the big question, and that's where the debate continues. Some say yes, some say no, I'll be honest with you. I don't see where it comes back.

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Should I Get a Booster Shot if I Had a Reaction to the Vaccine?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | Last week

Should I Get a Booster Shot if I Had a Reaction to the Vaccine?

"Hello Charlie, I've been listening to your podcast for a couple months and I've learned a great deal. I've also enrolled in a couple hillsdale online courses that you recommended to me. And enjoy learning the content. I don't recall being taught when I was in school 30 plus years ago. That's Charlie for hillsdale dot com. With all that being said, my question is in relation to my 24 year old daughter's complication after the two Moderna shots. She has reached out to her primary provider and her gynecologist, and both are continuing to recommend, she get the booster that is now being required for her job. Neither medical provider will consider providing her a medical exemption, nor will her gynecologist put her complications on VAERS. I've listened to all doctors you have had on your podcast and wonder who my daughter may be able to reach out to to provide proper medical care via telehealth appointment and possibly gain a medical exemption. Thank you so much for your guidance, justice S so she had complications after the two Moderna shots. Unfortunately, that is not an unprecedented email. We receive thousands of emails of people that have been harmed by the vaccine, particularly this new mRNA vaccine that has been developed by the pharmaceutical companies and pushed on the American people via mandates and public pressure and through a social credit system. You're asking, is there a doctor that could provide a medical exemption? Or potentially doctor Pierre Corey, who encourage all of you guys to listen to our Saturday episode. It was amazing. Here on the Charlie Kirk show, I think it was incredible, so I encourage you guys to check it out. And it's hard, some of these doctors are so overwhelmed. However, I will also say that at FLC net, I think that's right, FL triple C dot net frontline doctors. There is a telehealth network. That very well might be able to help

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Movies to Watch This Weekend

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:22 min | 3 weeks ago

Movies to Watch This Weekend

"Okay. One minute, what else should we see? All right, I'll do rapid fire here. Because we haven't been on a couple of weeks. No. Avoid avoid the matrix resurrections. You know that from your tweets. Don't go see that not very good. It's on HBO Max. If you have to see it, watch it on HBO Max. Don't go to theaters. And waste your time and money there. There's a movie on Apple TV plus called swan song, which stars Maharashtra la Ali the two time Oscar winner. He's playing a kind of a double role himself and a clone of himself. The premise of the film, it's like a bit like a Black Mirror episode, the Netflix sci-fi speculative fiction series, but the premise is he's dying of a disease and transfers his memories into a new body. So his family will not lose him. It's very heartfelt touching and poignant. He is a great actor. It is worth watching for his acting performance. A bit of a downer. Don't go to that one. Don't go to that one expecting a real super uplifting thing, but very, very good. One more. One more. Licorice pizza, licorice pizza is in theaters everywhere now. The new one from Paul Thomas Anderson. I loved it quite a bit. I loved it. It's a little bit long. It's two and a half hours or so. It's a kind of a Shaggy dog. Yeah, let's talk about that next week instead of never Trump always Trump. We'll talk about licorice pizza in

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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Gives Breaking Update on Eric's Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:05 min | 3 weeks ago

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Gives Breaking Update on Eric's Show

"Now here's where we're at Eric I'm announced in this on your show. Okay. What we've done, now, now I did a Facebook Live two date or yesterday. I did a Facebook Live and I'm and I told what I'm gonna tell you right now. I said, you know what? Dominion deleted is deleting the whole 2020 election and they have to preserve evidence Tina Peters has a before and after, they have to preserve evidence in any lawsuits. There's been over 200 lawsuits and threatening letters from dominion in this country. Now, they help to preserve evidence. It's a felony. You kept keep stuff in the machines of to federal crime because you didn't keep it for 22 months. It's a state Colorado state crime and other states do. We've got them in all the states. Well, also, they didn't preserve evidence in my case in my cases, and my pillow sued them, remember, and smartmatic. So they didn't preserve Evan. We've been sending them preservation of evidence things for months. What they did Eric is they threw the guns into the river after they committed a murder. Now, I told this story yesterday. Now here's where I'm breaking on your thing. Alan duke, everybody is ahead of the Facebook fact checker. There's 5 of them. It's a company he's co owner with a guy named Martin overseas. He's overseas. We went head to head in battles with him. They're the Facebook fact checkers called lead stories. Very famous episode on Frank speech. I went shame on it, shame on you all and duke. That's for that same came from. Alan duke has covered up more stuff on Facebook. Now remember, Mark Zuckerberg came out three weeks ago and said, the Facebook fact checkers are just opinions. He said it in court. He said they're just opinions. The no, you didn't hear about that, everybody. He took cover his own butt. He said they're just opinion. But Ellen duke, he's been late. He's been standing away from Eric until yesterday. When I announced this, that this deletion, this stuff that Tina Peters has, he put a Facebook fact check over it and said and stopped all the live stream and it says you click on it and it says, here's why it's partially false it says partially false information. At the cyber symposium, we put up on the board what Tina Peters found what they deleted, but it was just like the, you know, it takes months of cyber guys to dig into that. We put it up there and two guys at the symposium made comments. Yep, that's just not true. It looks like they came out of two machines. So he put this Facebook fact check over yesterday. Well, I got news for you, Alan duke. Since then, 5 different cyber teams or cyber people independent of each other have dug into what was deleted. It's over for dominion. We're going to get this to Alan duke too. So he's going to do a public apology to the whole country and say yes, this is true. But Eric, you know what we're doing with this, we're bringing it to the judge in D.C. and saying, hey, they deleted they didn't preserve evidence in this case.

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TV host Seth Meyers contracts COVID-19, show dark this week

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

TV host Seth Meyers contracts COVID-19, show dark this week

"Late late night night host host Seth Seth Meyers Meyers has has tested tested positive positive for for covert covert nineteen nineteen marches marches are are a a letter letter with with the the latest latest NBC NBC has has canceled canceled this this week's week's episodes episodes of of late late night night with with Seth Seth Meyers Meyers after after he he tested tested positive positive for for covert covert nineteen nineteen Myers Myers tweets tweets he he feels feels fine fine and and credits credits the the vaccine vaccine and and a a booster booster shot shot for for that that he he asks asks viewers viewers to to tune tune in in next next Monday Monday to to see see what what cool cool location location he he will will try try to to pass pass off off as as a a studio studio covert covert is is creating creating all all sorts sorts of of problems problems on on late late night night TV TV lately lately Saturday Saturday Night Night Live Live did did a a show show without without a a live live audience audience last last month month because because of of the the growing growing number number of of cases cases fellow fellow TV TV host host Jimmy Jimmy Fallon Fallon said said right right before before Christmas Christmas he he tested tested positive positive despite despite being being fully fully vaccinated vaccinated

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Who Is Dr. Peter McCullough?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | Last month

Who Is Dr. Peter McCullough?

"Hey everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show honored truly to have with us today someone that I considered to be the captain of the a team of team reality, someone that I've looked up to throughout the last year. Doctor Peter McCullough and instead of me doing his bio for him, I'll let him introduce himself to all of you, doctor thank you so much for joining the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Thanks for having me. So I'm doctor Peter mccullen's. It's a great pleasure to join the show. I'm busy treating COVID patients. I'm a practicing internist and cardiologist and like all good internists and medical specialists. I treat COVID patients because it's the biggest problem that we have right now in medicine. And I am a board certified in both specialties. I spent about half my time in practice and then half my time in research. I'm an author and editor in clinical researcher. A frequent news commentator provide my commentary both in written and in verbal as well as a screen presentation. So I was on the news national news three times yesterday for national audiences. And so I'm one of the few doctors that you'll see on TV on the Internet that actually sees patients that is actually published on COVID-19. Am I advice has been relied upon by the U.S. Senate multiple house center, many courts around the nation. And I'm considered in my field and considered one of the most published people in academic medicine I've over a 650 peer reviewed publications in the literature, very high age index, meaning my papers have had big impact. And in COVID-19, we need all the expertise we can because it's all about exchanging scientific ideas to help guide us out of this

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Should Illegal Aliens Be Allowed to Vote in U.S. Elections?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:20 min | Last month

Should Illegal Aliens Be Allowed to Vote in U.S. Elections?

"Here's the story. And this is an article written by Mike Miller at red state dot com. Titled Senate Republicans moved to ban federal funds from states, cities that allow illegal aliens to vote. He writes in this episode of Republicans or racists, let's begin with a basic premise that should be supported by every lawyer citizen of every country on the planet. Non citizens should not be allowed to vote in elections, period. That's not even be a question, millerites. Unless your congressional Democrat, that is, in that case, undocumented Democrats are really your thing. As reported by John Solomon's just the news, the issue of non citizen voting first came to a boiling point, a big time at the end of 2018s Georgia governor's race, when Democrats Stacey Abrams suggested the blue wave of voter she had hoped for to put her in office included the documented and the undocumented. The latter a ridiculous Democrat term for illegal aliens, Abrams denied she was referring to illegal aliens, millerite, he goes on, however, last time I checked my Democrat decoder ring, undocumented was code for illegal. Meanwhile, cities in at least three states have authorized illegal aliens to vote, while George upon her the constitutional amendment to ban it. Shockingly, as reported by my colleague, Chris arps, New York City is among them as is Northampton, Massachusetts. Incidentally, less dispelled another ridiculous Democrat trope, no human is illegal. Nobody has suggested that any humans are illegal, he writes, my Democrat Friends, humans are capable, however, of doing illegal things, including illegally entering the United States of America, sit down, he writes. Now, in an attempt to stem increasing Democrat support of allowing illegal aliens to vote in the U.S., senator Mark Marco Rubio is leading a coalition of congressional Republicans in sponsoring legislation that would ban federal funding to states and localities that allow illegals to

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Dr. Judy Mikovitz on the 'Plandemic' Movie

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:07 min | Last month

Dr. Judy Mikovitz on the 'Plandemic' Movie

"Hey everybody, welcome this episode of the Charlie Kirk show with us as doctor Judy mikovits. Welcome. Thank you, Charlie. It's a pleasure to finally meet you and be here and talk with you. So plandemic. What is that? Well, plandemic is a movie. Now, two part movie and soon to be a three part movie that really started as a promotional video of a book we published April 14th of 2020. And that book's called plague of corruption. And that was the second in the series of books the first book we published in 2014 called plague. And so I'm a research scientist who's worked for decades starting in 1980 at the national cancer institute. In Frederick, Maryland, working when we were first identifying causes of aids and cancer, primarily viral

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Senator Ted Cruz: "D.C. Is a Lunatic Asylum"

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:56 sec | Last month

Senator Ted Cruz: "D.C. Is a Lunatic Asylum"

"Hey everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show with us. Probably my favorite senator, I'm gonna get in trouble for saying that. Senator Ted Cruz from Texas how you doing? Charlie always great to be with you. Thanks for having me. You're doing amazing work. Your true fighter for liberty. And very articulate and really inspiring to us all. But I don't envy what you have to fight right now. And tell us about it. I look D.C. as a lunatic asylum. I mean, it is, it's always been crazy. But this year has been unlike anything we've ever seen before, that Biden when he came in, made a conscious decision to hand control of the party over to the radicals. And so the people setting the agenda are Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren and AOC, and it is, you know, you think back, we used to think the Obama administration was radical and extreme, and they didn't even imagine what we're saying

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‘Sex and the City’ Stars on Chris Noth Sexual Assault Allegations: ‘We Support the Women Who Have Come Forward’ - Rolling Stone

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | Last month

‘Sex and the City’ Stars on Chris Noth Sexual Assault Allegations: ‘We Support the Women Who Have Come Forward’ - Rolling Stone

"Least least one one upcoming upcoming episode episode in in the the series series which which stars stars queen queen the the T. T. five five last last week week The The Hollywood Hollywood Reporter Reporter ran ran a a story story saying saying two two women women have have accused accused north north of of sexual sexual assault assault one one in in two two thousand thousand for for the the other other in in twenty twenty fifteen fifteen not not the the nice nice both both saying saying they they are are categorically categorically false false recently recently North North reprised reprised his his Mister Mister big big character character on on the the sex sex and and the the city city sequel sequel and and just just like like that that one one of of his his accusers accusers says says that that prompted prompted her her to to speak speak out out about about the the actor actor I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel an an actor actor under under allegations allegations of of sexual sexual assault assault has has been been dropped dropped from from a a network network TV TV show show Christian Christian

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Rich Zeoli: The U.S. Family Business With China

Mark Levin

01:29 min | Last month

Rich Zeoli: The U.S. Family Business With China

"Is it China told Amazon that when president G's book came out all any comment that was negative regarding his book how to be gone how to be taken off And Amazon complied Another example of a U.S. company bending to Chinese pressure in order to keep doing business there Now it's funny too because they had an episode recently of The Simpsons that they edited They took out a scene of The Simpsons which is streaming on Disney and you know they did that because obviously they love China They make so much money in all their movie screens and they'll do whatever China wants This administration right now in particular though has another reason to do what China wants and that's because a Hunter Biden Hunter Biden was making so much money off of helping China mine what you need to mind the lithium for all those electric batteries All those electric car batteries and also the chips And in the semiconductor chips which rely so much on lithium And Hunter Biden was right at the epicenter of helping these Chinese firms with this So there's also a little bit of a family business here too In fact the last time I filled in for Mark Levin I had Miranda Devine on her new book on Hunter Biden is fantastic And you should definitely pursue it Definitely read it She goes very deep on Hunter Biden's size with China There's no doubt You have to understand that the Biden family is a 100% corrupt There's no doubt in my mind about that Not after reading we're in a divines book It's very well

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The Salvation Army's Sinister Attacks on Christmas in America

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | Last month

The Salvation Army's Sinister Attacks on Christmas in America

"Month. Salvation army, we did an entire episode on the Salvation army. There's some good news because they retracted their policy. I still think people should boycott them because I think that they're apologizing that they got caught. I don't think they're apologizing for the statement, but the rescinding of the statement was a win. Tell us what's going on with Salvation army. The nice people that are always ringing bells at Christmas. They've gone woke? Well, I personally I think they lost their Bible. I don't know where. I don't know what chapter or scripture of this particular behavior comes from, but yeah, they went full blown woke and it's just been well, I think what's equally troubling is as you just mentioned, how they responded to the criticism. You're right. I think they got caught. And then they apologized for an internal document becoming revealed publicly. I think the issue is, we need to demand that they disband this social justice committee. This is where the trouble comes from. They like the diversity office in the companies or ad hoc committees or formal committees are now. But to be asking Salvation army employees, these people who are out there ringing bells or responding to disasters to apologize for white racism, whether and if you don't feel like you're a white racer, said you got to apologize for everybody else who's white and is allegedly a racist. This is just racism at a that's exactly

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 Ransomware persists even as high-profile attacks have slowed

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Ransomware persists even as high-profile attacks have slowed

"Ransomware ransomware persists persists even even as as high high profile profile attacks attacks have have slowed slowed in in the the months months since since president president Joe Joe Biden Biden warned warned Russian Russian leader leader Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin to to a a crackdown crackdown on on ransomware ransomware gangs gangs in in his his country country there there hasn't hasn't been been a a massive massive attack attack like like the the one one last last may may that that resulted resulted in in gasoline gasoline shortages shortages and and long long lines lines at at the the pump pump but but the the problem problem hasn't hasn't evaporated evaporated with with hackers hackers conducting conducting a a barrage barrage of of lower lower profile profile episodes episodes that that have have upended upended the the businesses businesses government government schools schools and and hospitals hospitals that that were were hit hit U. U. S. S. officials officials have have recaptured recaptured some some ransom ransom payments payments crack crack down down on on abuses abuses of of cryptocurrency cryptocurrency and and made made some some arrests arrests yet yet six six months months after after Biden's Biden's cautions cautions to to Putin Putin it's it's hard hard to to tell tell attackers attackers have have eased eased up up because because of of U. U. S. S. pressure pressure I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker ransomware ransomware persists persists even even as as high high profile profile attacks attacks have have slowed slowed in in the the months months since since president president Joe Joe Biden Biden warned warned Russian Russian leader leader Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin to to crack crack down down on on ransomware ransomware gangs gangs in in his his country country there there hasn't hasn't been been a a massive massive attack attack like like the the one one last last may may that that resulted resulted in in gasoline gasoline shortages shortages and and long long lines lines at at the the pump pump but but the the problem problem hasn't hasn't evaporated evaporated with with hackers hackers conducting conducting a a barrage barrage of of lower lower profile profile episodes episodes that that have have upended upended the the businesses businesses government government schools schools and and hospitals hospitals that that were were hit hit U. U. S. S. officials officials have have recaptured recaptured some some ransom ransom payments payments crack crack down down on on abuses abuses of of cryptocurrency cryptocurrency and and made made some some arrests arrests yet yet six six months months after after Biden's Biden's cautions cautions to to Putin Putin it's it's hard hard to to tell tell attackers attackers have have eased eased up up because because of of U. U. S. S. pressure pressure I'm I'm

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'I Didn't Choose Covid, It Choose Me' Dr Vladimir Zelenko Treats Small Community

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | Last month

'I Didn't Choose Covid, It Choose Me' Dr Vladimir Zelenko Treats Small Community

"I want to thank Charlie, he's an incredible guy, his spirit his love of this country. He's done an amazing job, building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey everybody, this episode is brought to you by my friends at ExpressVPN, ExpressVPN dot com slash Charlie, secure your device, anonymize your online activity, protect your action online, express VPN dot com slash Charlie, help our show out by also helping yourself protect yourself ExpressVPN dot com slash Charlie. Hey everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show. I'm honored to have someone that I've admired for quite some time here on the show. He's someone that has been spreading some needed information around treating the Fauci virus that is doctor zelenko, doctor, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, thanks so much for having me. I'm a big fan. Thank you. First, why don't you take a moment here to introduce yourself? Kind of your work, your credentials and how did you find yourself into this line of work? Well, I didn't choose COVID. It shows me. I'm a family board certified family physician plus 20 years in an upstate New York community. And in March of 2020, my community got hit and I found myself in the epicenter of the largest most concentrated outpatient code outbreak in the country. And at that time, if you recall, there was no treatment. So all we were telling patients that go home take Tylenol when you get sicker, go to the hospital, get on the respirator and New York area, 80% were dying. That didn't seem like a very good treatment approach.

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How Does the Biden Regime Think Things Are Going?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | Last month

How Does the Biden Regime Think Things Are Going?

"Going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Hey everybody, this episode is brought to you by my friends at ExpressVPN, ExpressVPN dot com slash Charlie, secure your device, anonymize your online activity, protect your action online, ExpressVPN dot com slash Charlie, help our show out by also helping yourself protect yourself ExpressVPN dot com slash Charlie. A lot of different stories I want to cover with you today and several different areas that I want to cover with you. I want to start with this one. I want to ask the question of how aware are the Democrats. How aware is the current regime? Now I had a conversation with some recently where they said Charlie Biden doesn't know what she's doing. Now this is the great debate, isn't it? Does Biden know and when I mean Biden? I don't mean him personally, okay? I mean the machine. Obviously he personally he doesn't know if he's president or the janitor or whatever. We go on endlessly about that. In fact, I think there's an overemphasis on Biden's mental decline. We know he's not suited. People still voted for him. Now, do I think that it was a legitimate election and not interfered with? Of course not. We've been through that in great detail. The point is that some people still voted for a man that mentally should not be president, not the point. The question is, the regime in the machine, the regime slashed the machine, how do they think things are going? How do they think the state of the country is? Now, recent approval ratings show Joe Biden anywhere between 38 to 43% in battleground states even lower. I know what your immediate reaction is, who on earth are those 38% that still support Joe Biden outside of lobbyists insider dealers and try lawyers? Biden is being accused the Biden machine of not knowing what they are doing. Now, I think uncertain issues that could be the case. I think that there could

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"second episode" Discussed on Grounds

Grounds

08:10 min | 3 months ago

"second episode" Discussed on Grounds

"Trip to see you. You're crazy actually. She's the other one. I'm worried about she'll be fine. I've been said he saw in the shops and he almost didn't recognize her. She's gone her entire life without losing. Anyone really close to. Its her first time. She's got to feel our way through it. And it's just so much going on with all of you i feel stupid complaining but living here with this constant bombardment of racism. Avert or inferred has changed me. I'm not sure for the better. I may look at it a bit differently. My entire life has been changed. I have been stripped down to nothing and had to rebuild so much. It's second nature to me. I don't even think about it anymore. It's muscle memory. I figure it's how it's supposed to be. Change is the only constant. i hate it so much. I know you're right. But i can't help getting upset when something changes that i wasn't prepared for epidemic is the thing you didn't prepare for. It's the ultimate can't tell you how many times a day i think i've got that i'm dying that infected someone else because of my carelessness. I wish i had a dollar for the days. I ended in the fetal position on my bid waiting to fall asleep. Because that's all. I could manage to do without crying or screaming quasi. If it's that bad. Why haven't you seen someone i did when i was young. It sounds like you're having panic attacks. Those can do real damage. I guess being british. My skin isn't as thick as yours. Don't do that your experiences. No less or more valid than mine. Trust me you wouldn't have wanted to go through what i did to get here. Don't compare the two roads. No not comparing just wishing i was better with all of this quasi. No one is good at this. The last global plague was in one thousand nine hundred eighteen not counting aids. We have realize this is affecting everyone differently but it is affecting everyone. I suppose that's true. Quasi is watch alarm goes off. He quickly turns it off and begins to collect his things you leaving. Oh yes. I let myself two hours of time to contact with other people before i have to go home. I see quasi. If you really think living close to your sister will help do it. Pj goes into malls office with his keys to open the locked drawer. Okay now if you're listening. I'm not snooping. I know you hit anyone to be in here. Didn't even know you locked. These drawers must be this funny looking key as she turns the key opens the drawer. She finds a wallet on top of some papers as she removes them. She sees a gun case below. That is a laptop. Well i guess. I know why it was locked. I have to get a gun safe and move this to the bedroom. Pj opens the wallet to find five hundred in cash. Five hundred dollars. What were you hoarding cash for. Pj moves to the papers and fines legal documents a marriage license and indeed to another house. It's all mouth signature but it signed them andrew read. Why is he using his middle name. I didn't know anything about this house. Please don't tell. Please don't let this be what it looks like malcolm andrew reid if you've been keeping the woman. Pj pulls out the laptop and opens. It turns it on. it's password protected. You can't see anything password. You've never put a password on anything. What's on here now. Hello i just got done. Having coffee with quasi is it still cater combined. I haven't seen my nephew in ages here. Pj what's wrong. nothing much. I think my husband had another family. That's all what are you talking about. I asked marcus to get a handle on the business for me. He came across a drawer in the desk. That was locked. I got the key on mouse key ring. There's the deed for house all kinds of legal papers and a laptop. that's password protected. I'm coming over mask up on each in the backyard just as pj starts to look through the papers in front of her. Marcus walks to the door. Hey you got in. Yeah why do you say it like that. I'm not sure what i found. Honestly what is it. I found all these legal papers. A gun a laptop that needs a password kind of papers arcus enters the room and joins her at the dusk to investigate. I just found them. I haven't had time to look. Let me see. Marcus shuffles through the papers. Space becomes more worrisome. The more he looks what this is a deed. I know to a house that i don't know about but i do. What do you mean this is the deed to the house. I grew up in. What why we knew exactly why he would have it. He knew from the beginning. He knew that can't be. He said that he hadn't spoken to your mom since high school. According to this he purchased a house. When i was seven. Do you remember your mom talking about the owner of the house changing. I remember her saying she was buying it but when she died. I assume she left it to grandpa. There wasn't any conversation. No there's a contract here for. What child support no he. He wouldn't do that he couldn't know about you and not see you not be part of your life. According to this he didn't wanna see me one. No contact okay that that would have been nineteen ninety-three we had met. What's the date of the contract march. Ninety three we just got engaged. We were married april of ninety four. He knew the entire time. I can't do this right now. How could he keep this from me if he could keep this secret. What else is there. I don't even want to know what's on that computer. I do you go ahead. i'm sorry. Marcus i'm i'm sorry for both of us but i can't deal with this right now. Pj gets up and leaves the office. Thank you for listening to grounds produced by eugene martin. Llc written by leslie. M scott jones recorded by pendleton presents with sound design by michael moxham for otto's rounds stars. Leslie m scott jones as pg doug spearman as elijah j j johnson as kai kevin troy as quasi will jones as ivan. David bonn strong as marcus. Omar nazir as omar. Jamal garrison low ass. James michael moxham as president. James miara basque field as kookaburra brandon lee as kashif and rachelle clayborn as jacqueline funding for season. Two of grounds was provided by virginia humanities..

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"second episode" Discussed on Grounds

Grounds

07:59 min | 3 months ago

"second episode" Discussed on Grounds

"Marcus has officially moved. It is going through. All the paperwork for the business former office comes to a chore. That's locked doesn't realize when omar opens the door since about. Okay where's the key debt. What are you doing dad's office. Hey young man you mom asked me to go through these business papers but this is daddy's office. I'm just trying to figure out some things for the business. Your mom asked me so you're going to take over probably not. I don't know anything about construction. It's just really hard for your mom right now. We've got a pitch in and help out as much as we can. Yeah i've never seen anyone in here but dead. I'm sorry we should've told you about this. You weren't surprised it's funny. Do you know what a key to the stores slot. That's his personal drawer. He never let anyone going there. He had the key on his key. I think okay. i'll get that from your mom. How you doing really miss saturday mornings. What about them. He will come in my room and we would go down to the basement in eat. Cereal the couch and watch cartoons until tomorrow woke up. It was our time together. I'm so sorry. I never had that kind of time with them he wanted to do. He told me he said he wanted to have a real relationship with you. He loved you. I don't want to try to take place. But i think we can be there for each other. What do you think about that. Maybe i like having you around. Mom is having such a bad time. She thinks i don't hear at night. What do you mean. She cries at night. Sometimes she goes into a marjorie. I found during their one morning. She thinks she has to be strong for us. I know she doesn't have to be. We have to make sure she knows that we have to continue to ask her cry with us. Maybe she'll listen. No i know my mom. She's the one that takes care of everyone. She's only let daddy take care of her. So i guess that means it's our job now. We have to be there when she needs us. So you're going to be there. I am you okay with that. Yeah i like having you here without you around. I'd be an only child. You miss mara. Don't you mom always said that. When i got older shoot want me around more that i would like have an older sister now never know. I was beginning to like having a younger sister. Marcus you can say no to this if you want but would you take me to the cemetery. Sure sure you wanna go. Yeah but i don't wanna ask them. She's doing too much. she's going back to work. How about. I suggest that we go as a family. Yeah if you ask thinks you listen. Your mom just wants to protect you. Maybe she doesn't know how important it is for. You only take a more flowers. She likes sunflowers. And we'll take your flowers. Omar don't be afraid to ask your mom for what you need. You can't ask her to talk and share with us if we don't do the same. Okay i knew she has so much work to do. I don't want to be in the way. Trust me man. You could never be in the way she will move heaven and earth for you. I will do the same for. I'm the man of the house. No no omar. You're not you are. Child is a grown-up responsibility to job is to be the best you possible. But i'm responsible for mom to not responsible. Can we choose another word like what how about invest your invested in her. As a person whom you love who loves you might therapists keeps telling you that. It's not my job to make her feel better there right. I guess you and your mom are similar in that. You both want to take care of the people you love. Yeah well you have to learn to take care of yourself i. I'm always used to tell me that. I couldn't share my cup if it was empty. Oh my god. I'm so sorry. I completely forgot that you lost your mom now. You lost your dad. I'm sitting here babbling on. It's okay. we'll mar down this road. I know what it's like. My mom was sick for a long time. I got to say goodbye. We didn't get that chance with that. Do you remember the last thing he said to him. I said when. I left your grandmother's house after dinner that night you. There is a long pulse. Omar doesn't want to say it. He finally speaks through tears. I don't remember have been thinking about it. I can't remember the last thing. I said to marcus. Costa omar hawks him. It's okay. oh it's not. The last thing i said to him was something trivial in stupid. So what if it was. What if he didn't know didn't know what how much i loved him. How much. I respected him. What if he didn't know just like more. What if she didn't know our loved her omar. I promise you pay new. Marcus holds him for a moment longer. Until omar pulls away to wipe tears from his eyes. Marcus kneels in front of him. Every saturday i go workout at blackbox jim for a couple of hours. When it come with me let's moves omar's face lights up. He wraps his arms around. Marcus game so tight. Let's go and assumes a boxer's stance in front of him rumble young mayorov sits in his lab waiting test results cellphone ring several times before you answer professor ali. Oh yes so good to hear from you. I know michael was happy to be able to go home for the semester. How as he no. He hadn't told me he was ill mr anderson. Thank you so much for calling. Let me know. Please accept my condolences for the loss of your son. If you think he would've wanted that. I will absolutely say to a foreign sir from slum. Kyw's it's for a moment begins to go back to his work when there's a knock on the door you visit a stopping point. Come on what are you doing. Here just came into my office to work a little bit. But i'd take a chance that you'd be here too. Yeah just waiting for some results to come in before i go home and work. You seem troubled. You could say that that Father of what my research students just call to let me know. He passed from covert last night. Oh my god how did he get it. He stayed here for break. Didn't heed the warnings to quarantine and went to that huge frat party that the university had to shut down. He's a med student. You would think he would have known. Better is also in. His twenties was in his twenty s. Don't you remember being invincible. Then were drive bys on my street on the radio. No one i know has ever been. Invincible was a talented researcher. Thorough dedicated meticulous with data and calculations. He he had a huge future ahead of. I'm so sorry kyw.

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"second episode" Discussed on Grounds

Grounds

04:38 min | 4 months ago

"second episode" Discussed on Grounds

"Scene for. Pj stands alone in the cereal aisle staring at a box of cereal. Fighting back tears ivan turns the corner and almost doesn't recognize her. She's disheveled at unkempt. Pj is that you. Hey just picking up a few things it me too. We're keeping the cold. Cereal people in business always cooked bricks. I'm horrible at it. So it's frosted flakes. We didn't get a chance to talk kind. How you doing for real. I don't know how to answer that. I have a new motion. Every six seconds and none of them are good. I'm here if you wanna talk. I lost a lot of people early in my life. I know it's nothing like losing a child. I know little of going anx tests so much. Would you got there. Omar still likes cocoa bucks. Now it's a marist favorite. I just picked it up on autopilot. You should get no. I have to stop this. She's gone and i have to stop acting like she's going to run in the front door from dance class at any moment this. No one can tell you when it's time for you to let go. It just had. This is when you want someone cry with you at night. But he was taken to. It's just me. You have marcus and omar. You have us. I'm not crying to my son's in the middle of the night. It's not their place to be there for me and you all have your own lives but you need someone this. I'll be fine. Talk to me about something else. anything else. Okay how's the plan to return to school. I got them to move my sabbatical to this semester. So i'm trying to figure out how i can alter my research. Since i can't travel at the same problem. I was supposed to go to russia. That's not how are you working around it trying to see if i can work around it successfully. I think i'm refocusing my work with tracing african women from this one village by doing the same research on our little town so you choose families here and trace their development. Yeah that sounds interesting. Would you try to trace them back to the continent possibly chosen your family's yet. I was thinking of asking lula mae. Her family's been here for generations cannot be in a room for those interviews. Comedy right there. I could use some comedy noces. Look i gotta get this ice cream pool before belts. But i meant what i said if you need to talk. Please call me thanks. Ivan rolls his cart in the opposite direction. Pj puts the cereal back on the shelf. I wish i could thank you for listening to grounds produced by eugene martin. Llc written by leslie. scott jones recorded pendleton. Sense with sound design by michael moxham on grounds stars. Leslie scott jones as peach. Doug spearman as elisha. J j johnson as caught kevin troy as quasi will jones as ivan. David von straughn as marcus omar nazir. That's jamal garrison. Low and james michael moxham as president. James miara basked billed as coca-cola brandon lee as kashif and rachelle clayborn as jacqueline funding for season two of grounds was provided by virginia humanities..

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"second episode" Discussed on Grounds

Grounds

04:39 min | 4 months ago

"second episode" Discussed on Grounds

"Seeing the.

"second episode" Discussed on Grounds

Grounds

07:34 min | 4 months ago

"second episode" Discussed on Grounds

"At everyone semester go. I was on leave. Teaching virtually wasn't half bad. I got to record all my lectures. I talked once a week for each of my classes. Synchronous and i had already been giving my exams digits so it was pretty easy for me. It was horrible for me. I define software that my to upper level classes could use. And i had to get the company to give me access to all my students for free because the department wouldn't pay for it. Wouldn't they pay for it. Said it wasn't a need. So i made a deal with the software developer to get feedback on software from students using it to design and several different environments. It always amazes me the things we come up with. It wasn't horrible for me. I taught mostly synchronous because what my classes involve talking about and listening to music and getting reactions but it was more. What for me moving all of my exams and syllabi digital plus finding digital copies or making digital recordings or some of the more obscure things we talk about. Did the vinyl guy told you about london help you. He was a lifesaver. Who had to set up a home office boyfriend to care that for me. Thank goodness i built shows and he decorated. I already had one. But i rearranged just. Because i didn't want my student seeing my life. You know i get that bad enough our worlds collide in this way so i was the only one who is still on campus. How often did you go in at least a couple of days a week. Check on experiments gather data. Then i came back here to all my computer work august. My son tells me you own a restaurant. How have you been doing all of this. Thankfully i already had a drive through so we close the inside and we went to drive through. Only you were going to open another location right. Yeah and if this campus ever opens again things are all set to go. Thankfully this suspended rent for most of the shutdown. I know that's going to answer. What are you guys doing with the construction business. I've been closing out the jobs that were opened down. We haven't decided what to do with it. Well was great. But we should get back to omar if i may before we all pot. This family kai has created here has sustained him. I'm so grateful so before you all go Salaam wakeham while rochman iowa. He rebecca cut to peace. Be on you. And the mercy and blessings of allah. They come on and peace be upon you seen to the next day. Pj marcus at home. They talk in the kitchen about the best way to handle life going back to some sort of normalcy honestly. I can't imagine being anywhere else right now. I couldn't either. Omar couldn't have survived all of this without you. I know that swoon fair. I was just getting to know. I was just becoming a part of his life having taken like. This still can't believe it. I don't know how to process sometimes about going back to work in a week. I you don't have to. If you need more time. You can absolutely ask for it. That's the problem if i could. I would take the rest of my life to deal with this. But i don't have that luxury i have to go back. I need the rhythm of work to get back to being myself. Does that mean you want me to leave. Just the opposite. I wanted to talk to you. Because i think it might be the best thing for all of us for you to be here on a more permanent basis. Omar needs a man around. I need someone to take up the slack. You know on those days where. I can't handle his grief and mine. Yes i think. Bob would want me to look after the two of you to make sure you're all right. I don't want you to do this out of obligation. It has to be the right thing for you to it. Is youtube already. Only ones who understand my grief. You're the only way. I'm going to be able to know him. The way i wanted to the way i need to. I wanna do that for you. So why don't we turn his office into your room. You can help me clean it out. Figure out what we're going to keep giveaway. I just can't face it by myself. Got you what are you going to do about the business. I have no idea. i can't run it. i don't have the capacity. I would love to keep it going. In case omar wants at one day. But i don't see how would you be okay if i looked into that. Maybe there's a worker that would be willing to step in there may be. I wouldn't know who that is being. Shut down due to. The pandemic gives us the time to make those decisions. Let me take the next few days and look into it. Figure all this out. See how i can't see past the next few hours let alone to the end of the feels like my entire life ended it. Didn't you have me. You have omar keep thinking about my baby girl my husband we will get through this. We will give each other through this. Marcus i know you mean well i know you're right but i'm not sure i wanna get through it. I would rather have been the one in the ground then my child. I don't think that's unusual. But you also have to remember that you still here for recent even if that reason is to make sure someone. He remembers her. I'm sorry i just talk about this. I i was able to extend my sabbatical before another semester to complete my research. I i need to focus on something else. Don't apologize talking about what's going on with you. When's your next therapy appointment tomorrow. Is it helping. I don't know omar enters the kitchen and goes for the fridge. Hey mark staying for dinner which you're going to ruin if you don't stay out of that fridge. Just a snack model. I think i'm going to cook dinner tonight. You guys have been cooking for me much. Okay but can you cook. I mean i know you can cook desserts but omar. I'm just asking. I guess we'll find out tonight if mom eats it. Then i will omar. We'll see you got later. Yeah and then this you me. An nba two k. That as long as all that homework is done. Of course. I got all this handled. Omar exits back upstairs. Gotta love that kid. I do.

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"second episode" Discussed on Grounds

Grounds

06:55 min | 4 months ago

"second episode" Discussed on Grounds

"Episode one adjustment. The professors meet at the end of the spring semester of lockdown and virtual classes for a socially distant gathered. Things have changed chi and his father now living together elijah reunited with his family and lost his father. Two covert ivan and elena have been living apart and she traveled to take care of her brother's funeral and has not been able to return to the us due to restrictions and her own safety precautions. Quasi is spent the entire corentin alone only communicating with his family through technology. Pj lost mile and amara in a car crash on the way back from her grandmother's house. No one has spoken to her. As the semester was the start of her sabbatical. She's only communicated by text message and only with elijah. The group gathers and kyw's backyard socially distant. The men wait for. pj to arrive ally. Have you heard from her today. She sent me a text yesterday. She wasn't sure she was going to come to. I completely understand if she's not up for it. This has been hot on her than any of us. I can't imagine losing my spouse and my child. I wish we could have gone to the funeral. It was really small obviously since then. She's been managing omar more than herself. I think bob. I have been saying for the time. I wish there was a way we could bring some peace to her. She has defined own piece. But we can't be here for and we will be bubba because she adjusted adjusted living here. All i've seen is my son's house being able to spend his time with him has been a gift. Bob and i have had a great time enabled for the first time to see what my son's done for a living. We can forget that most people don't know exactly what we do. Has it been what you expect. Yes no mostly it has shown me just. Just how intelligent mayes on is bob. La no sun it has. I always knew you were meant for great things. And now i get to be here and watch you achieve that beautiful. The one thing this pandemic is taught. All of us is the importance of appreciating each other. How's your mother doing after your father's passing she's adjusting. Simon opted to move back in with her. I think she may want to sell the house so she doesn't need another. Were all gone. How do you sell a house in the middle of a pandemic. that's another thing that has become difficult along with everything else house boyfriend. It must have been scary being in a hospital then having to quarantine and be testing. Yes and now. All of the gigs he had for the whole year have disappeared. He's been doing some online. Dj but it's not the same and certainly not the same money. I think people are starting to realize how we've taken the odds for granted we create in solitude but without the opportunity to perform. I miss it all. You finally admitted to us. We've all wanted to talk to a bunch of poetry. We didn't want to intrude. It seems you wanna keep it to yourself i did. Everything's changed now. I didn't realize how much of an outlet it was. I'm still writing. But without performance it's gotten harder and harder to produce. I would love to hear poetry a law all and he asked us gives alight with the world. I'm not sure how much light i'd be sharing. I'm still thinking about how i might do. Virtually different atlanta doing. She's still in russia. Yes with travel restrictions. I have no idea when she'll be able to come home. But i'm glad she was able to take your brother's body for very you guys managing the distance. We talk every day time. Zones are killer. She's enjoying her time with her father though. And i'm glad she's getting this time with him for the gate to the back. Yard opens and marcus and pj. Enter here sis pj so glad you could make gentlemen was good. No hugs will bump elbows though. Glad to see you guys even if it is behind a mask. I'm so glad you came good to see you. Marcus come in come in. We suggest you. I made some of my black t. Who wants them. T sounds wonderful. Pj marcus i'd like you to meet baba kashif machine ali baba this is pj and her son. Marcus i've heard so much about you. In shalah this will be the first of many times we gather good to meet you. Young man you too. I hope you don't mind that. I came along fine absolutely not you having tea. I'd love some wonderful who needs refills. I think we all do bubba. Yes and i need to move this at home. Never thought of like t- more than coffee leave it to baba to get people addicted to his t- he orders it loose from the continent. I'll be right. Back has been so long since i've been in front of people we've missed you in some ways. I'm thankful i planned my sabbatical before all this. I wish i could hook you right now. Nothing seems more appropriate to express what i'm feeling. Thank you not gonna lie. Hugs would be amazing but the fact that all of you have been so supportive for the past. Few months has meant so much to me. It's meant a lots of all of us house my nephew doing he's doing better. We realized pretty quickly that he was going to need some help to get through this. I don't know what we would have done without virtual therapy so the one i sent you worked out. Yes and she gave us a referral to another one to work with all three of us. I think all of us have been using the past few months as an adjustment period. 'cause she enters carrying a tray of a fresh pot of tea. Black tea all around So glad my son has such good friends. I'm so happy. I get to see all of you and spent some time. Your son is a wonderful man. Okay okay enough about me out.

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"second episode" Discussed on TANIS

TANIS

06:28 min | 7 months ago

"second episode" Discussed on TANIS

"Next day. I did a deep dive into everything. Live absolutely no versions of the doll had been created with brown eyes. This was an anomaly. What was also anomalous was the fact that my dog definitely used to have orange. Is i remember that very clearly. What the hell was happening. I looked at every website. I could find related to live but there was nothing that helped explain what had happened. On the back of the doll's torso was a bunch of text. Kinder's trademark made in hong kong and the patent numbers. This was where. I eventually found something while looking at dozens of photographs of people's blythe dolls from nineteen seventy-two. I noticed a discrepancy on the backs of all the nineteen seventy-two blythe dolls. I could find there. Were no patent numbers. Only the words patent pending. So i started looking into the to patent numbers listed on the back of my blythe doll nothing. I left a comment detailing my experiences playing the game called at night on that korean website and didn't think about any of this stuff again for a few weeks then one day after i described what happened to me while playing the game to a friend of mine. She asked to see the korean website. I pulled it up. The website looked exactly the same the same gains the same graphics. But i did notice something new. Somebody had posted a comment replying to the comment. I'd left describing my experience playing the game called at night right there. The nissan comment. I'd left under my favorite user name at the time. Biscuit hammer. eighty-five was a reply. It was written in english. One word rabbits. I tried to get in touch with the poster left numerous replies but i never heard back my blythe. Mystery was a dead end. I didn't think about rabbits for years after that high school and college came and went and although i continued to play video and role playing games. I didn't spend time digging into anymore. Alternate reality games or explorer any real world gaming experiences similar to the elevator game. I remained focused on getting my degree in journalism and then struggling through a career in indie rock where i founded a record label managed a couple of bands and eventually ended up writing for a very popular music website with a reputation for harsh criticism. It was about two years ago while i was working at that pop culture. Vertical that rabbits entered my life again. But this time there would be no forgetting it. I was reintroduced to rabbits by somebody. I'd met my first year out of high school while i was working on a profile for a terrible edm artist. I'm using the word artist. Extremely liberally in this case. Okay could you please state your name for our listeners. Astronaut off then. Could you describe how we met. How many are we talking about here. Well it depends on what on. How compelling you're oh once again. It's up to me to carry riley bennett fine. You want compelling you got it. It's our first episode. We won't really know how many listeners we have until a few episodes aired after they catch the dulcet tone of my voice. They're going to have to stick around not going to be able to help themselves. That's science. yeah but okay. So what was the question again. How do the two of us meet right. So we were working at a profile. Can i say on the show and you can't say anywhere fun so we were working on a dj profile together. I was shooting pictures. You were doing whatever it is that you do writing. That's a thanks now. Do you remember the first time you heard the term rabbits related to the game. I do right so we decided to go for one day. This was a year or so ago saint patrick's day exactly. You are working on an article about an alias actor who would just released an album you kept listening to it over and over like he just couldn't believe that happened guide. I bought that out and after listening that guys. Can you call it. Music no okay. What after listening to that guy's stuff for a few hours we needed. A pallet cleanser is just visit. My local watering hole pitched as shitty jukebox and even shittier tequila man and was while we were listening to a song on that jukebox. Something called smoke gets in your eyes. A number one hit recorded by the platters released in nineteen fifty eight that something happened. Yeah jenny fucking happened can use later. Oh yes she was your roommate at the time off and on shortly after the song started playing jenny slater jumped up from booth in the back of the bar and ran towards the jukebox. She jumped over two tables. Could you describe what happened next. She starts smashing her hands against the jukebox. It's like she's trying to break through and stop the music or something and she was screaming at the top of her lungs she screaming. It's not supposed to be the platters. This song isn't right. None of this should be happening. It's rabbit it's rabbits. It's rabbits over and over and then what happened. While she was being held down by the bartender.

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"second episode" Discussed on TANIS

TANIS

05:42 min | 7 months ago

"second episode" Discussed on TANIS

"I'm happy to report that. I did play the game and i'm still here. I didn't meet a terrifying mystery woman. And as far as i know i didn't enter a nother dimension inside a nightmare world that looked identical to our own but felt a bit off but although i didn't find evidence of a map to entering another dimension i did find something.

"second episode" Discussed on TANIS

TANIS

06:10 min | 7 months ago

"second episode" Discussed on TANIS

"And no. It's not the fact. That jesse eisenberg was featured in that poster for scott pilgrim instead of michael sarah. The next day. I went back to that bus. Stop to take a picture but there was no movie poster. It was an ad for calvin klein. I'm going to go further back. I'm going to start with something that happened. When i was visiting korea with my father he was considering job over there. It was two thousand five. The year of hurricane katrina and the year that youtube was born. At the time. I was into games in a big way obsessed. Actually the playstation three was still a few months away but microsoft was getting ready to release their follow up to the wildly popular. Xbox imaginatively named the xbox three sixty the promotional campaign for the new platform began months before the official release. The centerpiece of this campaign was an alternate reality. Game called our colony similar to the way the wildly successful a are called. I love bees was created to promote the video game halo. The purpose of our colony was to promote microsoft's updated platform. Although not nearly as influential or successful as i love bees. Our colony did have some fun puzzle. Craft and it functioned as a gateway into the world of alternate reality games for a lot of young gamers in the end however it was still just viral marketing or was it. After our colony microsoft commissioned another series of viral marketing including something called hex one sixty eight one sixty eight is three sixty and hexa decimal on october thirteenth. Two thousand five members of the team. Xbox forums discovered the heck's one sixty eight website the a strange messages posted by someone called lutz. The website was filled with images of obscure conspiracy theories and it was eventually revealed that it was a contest offering people a chance to win one of three hundred xbox three sixties another of the viral marketing campaigns connected to the launch of the new. Xbox was origin xbox three sixty dot com. This website was interestingly hosted by talking rabbits so what does all of this stuff have to do with me over in korea in two thousand five and more importantly what does all of this have to do with rabbits. well it was one of the obscure conspiracy theories posted on the heck's one six eight dot com website conspiracy related to a mysterious underground game. The game didn't actually have a name but the players referred to it as rabbits that trip to korea with my father was the first time i'd heard the name rabbits. It was also the first time i heard about something else. Something called the elevator game weirdly dangerous paranormal games reputed to open gateways into other worlds have forever who hasn't stared into a mirror whispering the name bloody mary or place to their hands next to their friends on a we g boards plan chet and wondered what was guiding your hands as something seemingly other worldly dangerous spelled out the answers to your questions while i didn't believe in the power of bloody mary or ouija boards but there was something different about the elevator game. Something that felt separate from all the rest of those occult games. The elevator game felt real. My friends and i found the elevator game on a korean website at the time. Nobody i knew in the united states had heard of it and it would be almost a decade until we'd all see security camera footage of lisa lamb acting strange in an elevator just days before police and maintenance personnel would pull her body from that water tower atop the old hotel in downtown los angeles. So what is the elevator game. Well i'm not going to go into great detail here. If you're interested you should go back and listen to the third episode of season. One of the tana's podcast nick. Silver goes into pretty elaborate detail about the elevator game there or you can always look it up. The general idea is that you perform a series of moves in order to become what's called a traveler. The korean website i visited which most people believe contains the very first reference to the elevator game describes how it works playing the game. Allegedly brings you very close to another world and if you perform a series of intricate steps correctly pressing buttons and avoiding certain floors. You may be able to slip into that other dimension. The website claims young people. Playing the game have started disappearing never to be seen or heard from again. The website goes on to say that yes deaths and disappearances are likely but those things only happen to those who play the game incorrectly. Those who step off the elevator on the wrong floor press the wrong buttons or follow a mysterious woman who appears on one of the floors..

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"second episode" Discussed on TANIS

TANIS

04:13 min | 7 months ago

"second episode" Discussed on TANIS

"An trainer. A lot of people. Don't understand power they're dealing. I need you to promise me you'll only use the card for good evening It was around late spring. Twenty ten and i was working as a server at the original red robin in seattle one night. It was raining pretty hard. Well it's seattle so it's raining a.

"second episode" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:09 min | 7 months ago

"second episode" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"We get a law like gathering on the beach. And i have a serious concern is too hot to handle a colt. Because in this last batch of episodes all started snapping. You know weird creepy way doing that instead of been been snapping notice it until these last three episodes settling there was a lot to snap or clap about in these last few episodes against because everyone decided suddenly that they were in love with people after three weeks. Of course was not really. Roughly host. people weren't even there the entire time not even three fucking weeks so but they've been doing this and i'm like okay this is. I don't know what this means like are you is this like flam. She was killing me softly with his words. Talks like that doing slim poetry the time. You're absolutely right. I think we're onto something that might be snapping for lawn of slam. So well got him out of this so they get gathered basically to let everyone know that. Three thousand dollars has been lost from joey and carly kissing because yeah joing carlier on the season. Whatever dare you. How dare you heard me. Melinda started getting so upset that somebody that broke the rules. And i'm like you know. Sex are there's two there's two schools of thought here. First of all the people who have broken the biggest rules are always acting the most mad. It's hilarious because of course. The hypocrisy is absurd. But i appreciate it. I can't remember who said it but someone like you're wasting money on shoukri very changes. You made changes very upset about the joey thing. Especially joe you. You're like three days. What the hell. And it's like lesson chase just because you.

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"second episode" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:28 min | 7 months ago

"second episode" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Double homicide imposters double. So it gets exposed that they had kissed on. There was also a hand job. Cam has a confessional races everyone likes a handy and then we get that they have lost eight thousand dollars so don't worry everybody. I did the math okay. So we know it's three thousand dollars for a kiss. We know from when. Emily gave cam in incomplete hand job. That was four thousand dollars. So i think there's just an extra thousand dollars for completion of the point. I would just be breaking all the rules. The money is really not worth moment. How many ever ways. Even though i think they're seeing right only one or not everyone gets. The money is what we were told. I think last yet said it won't be split equally so like if you're already breaking the rules you should just keep breaking the roles. There's now two to one hundred percent and you're going to get on the show because you're breaking the rules. It's a win win wait. What do you think they're going to do with that like. Do you think that the people that have have not broken a role gets they get a higher percentage. Or if it's like oh well you ended the season in a relationship so you get this percentage fee case so. I think that the perception in the house is that. If you don't break the rules you will get the higher percentage. But i could totally see them throwing a curveball and being like oh you found a relationship you get a higher percentage and then like and emily got more money than people who oh my god can you imagine funny or melinda and marvin. Oh another weird one. But yeah i think i think if you know that like there's maybe some you know way of you going getting farther in the game or you know getting farther. Just do it at this point. I think you should. The money is not worth it especially people that are located in different places like mike melinda and marvin. I mean he's in paris. She's in where new york. You may not see each other after this. If things go sour so k. and they will probably go sour so i very much agree. I think the recipe and you know you're model. You're an instagram influencer. Just do it and make it fun for us. We want to watch it. We want to watch. Lana get even more angry. I k- i don't know i've never been more uncomfortable. In my life than when christina said that it was a twenty second experience in the bed with robert and then nobble robert double doubles down and says probably was lists. Yeah in this confessional. He's probably less christine and confessionals like wasn't even my good hand like i'm mortified for them. Both like absolutely. I actually wrote that in my notes she does. It's not deflect. She thinks it is this. Is anyone like again. It's not you christina. You're just a tool as stiff breeze would have done the same thing again in the camera interview. He had to take like painkillers because of his situation. Okay that's that sounds like some bullshit cam cameras..

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"second episode" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"second episode" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"It is entertaining you know. I don't regret having watched it but it at the moment you know until i really know more about what's going on at the moment it feels unnecessary. This might be a hot take but you know again. Glad i watched it i. It's very entertaining. You know. I love the spin on the sitcom because those are all things that like. I don't want to say like. I grew up watching it but like my mom liked watching those because she grew up with them and so when i grew up she had watched a lot of those on. Tv land. you know. So i i recognize some of the sets there especially the first one was the dick van dyke show riding in. This one was from bewitched which and they did a great job. You know they did a great job. Reinventing those things i thought they did a great job of like reinventing some of the comedy on there but right now it's like one of those like this is entertaining and it's cool but why why is it here. Why does it exist because you have audiences now tuned into this. And it's two shows worth of like sitcom and you know when it changes meal at the end of the second episode. They obviously some things but when that changes and when the big change comes in you find out why were watching these sitcoms. It's gonna make things feel out of place you know you're gonna feel out of place for having watched it because i'm already starting to feel like i'm no longer in the mcu. If that makes sense well it does make sense. Because that's the general reaction. I've heard from everybody and now remember and we've all got to remember this that this wasn't supposed to be the initial show that gets you back into the marvel cinematic universe. It was supposed to be falcon and the winter soldier but during the production of each of these shows unfortunately falcon winter soldier delayed more than wanda vision. So they kind of flip flop their placement in the mcu so at this point in time i'm going to give it a little bit of slack but not a whole lot. I mean it was a loving tribute to those shows. There was a lot of stuff that they got from. Mary tyler moore. They got a lot from her. They got like. I said i love lucy. Lucille ball the got a like. We're talking about with bewitched. Dick van dyke show. I mean they got a lot of influence in their from a lot of sources during early fifties and late fifties and early sixties television so they got a lot of imprint from stuff that i already seen on many occasions. When i was young it was missing something for me as well even someone who has seen all the movies and tries to keep today when the marvel cinematic universe joshua i agree with you. It was kind of missing something. i think. A lot of people were looking more for a narrative. Something that not only would help with an established factor. It didn't tell enough of what you wanted to see as far as the marvel cinematic universe. I think that's probably something that a lot of people are saying at this point in time i've heard a lottery action. That's the one thing that i've heard. The most is that they wanted to move the overall cinematic universe ford and unfortunately it didn't do a good job of doing that. It's basically telling you their story with little hints little subtle hints of things that are going on whether the universe is being controlled by her or whether it's being controlled by sword or some other outside force..

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"second episode" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"second episode" Discussed on The Watch

"Reader. Peter Zero Zero Zero for nine. I just want to go through this list and I just want to like take our temperature but you tell me what you think. They're about okay. Okay I'll start. Eating trade starts with Ford v Ferrari which is a million percent thought was about Henry Ford racing. Enzo Ferrari and I thought again. It's an easy mistake to make or one step further when I found out that wasn't the case I thought that Matt Damon was racing. A Ford car and Christian. Bale put on another crazy accent and was wasn't Italian. Racer the thought that was the movie. That's what I know. I would like to see this. I also want you to do. Is I want you to be the the family friendly script doctor. Here were shown it to the whole family. You know just tell me zero zero for. Just tell me if I really I am I gonNA see these movies okay so for free. I think you would enjoy. I really wanted to see it and I wanted to see it in theater because I I heard. The sound design is as great Irishman Mint as a result. Did you know that there's this one scene in for versus Ferrari where they're talking we're miles and Humor the Matt Damon Character Carroll Shelby. You're talking about what they're going to do about. They're going to build a Ford that can reach for and Christian bill has like a throwaway line line which is now become like this thing that Craig kilborn does on his instagram. Video sweats. Russillo told me and Sean about this and it is like I'm obsessed grant. Kilborn has instagram. Yeah he does these instagram videos and at the end he just goes like old. Men Ferrari. No but you're just like dancing across US cultural touchstone movie Christian building. You're going to build a call to beat old Roan. I'm in yeah. I mean you won't even notice what is the scene. It's it's so unlike the way kilborn does it. This when Rizzoli told us about this this has been like the cultural moment of my year. Nineteen seventeen might actually have this Position locked up but prior to that I think Ford v Ferrari would appear to be the movie that would be the most Dick Watch on an airplane screen. Why just because 'cause everyone's like oh the rumble of the engines in the theater over? Oh Yeah right right. Did they would be stupid to airplane. Screen Okay we don't stop you know. Well where am I going. The Irishman again. RESPECT EP- one. You're done to everyone else. I don't know how qualified since it's belongs in the mini series series category. I The tone of voice you hear now is self-loathing Filadelfia watched. I watched the first episode. I I will do this one right. I'm so upset. I haven't Joe Joe Rabbit didn't see it like Taika sure seems like like a Lark I'm anti-fascist sorry. It's true hope you can handle the hard truths. Check it out just so you guys know the watch Antifascist podcast and if you like it maybe maybe find another pod. Take rocks fascists joker. I will never see this moving. Okay did you did you excited for its ten numbs you should. You should watch it as a double feature with uncut gems to to feel good job at the ocean. Yeah I would love it. Oh there okay. Little Women Oh I cannot wait to see Have a screener YEP but if not watched it justice for Greta have you seen it. I have not seen little. Wow do you wanNA watch it together. Yeah let's go see a little one in the theater theater. You WanNa be my little. One woman is the best part of the PODCAST. Like months marriage story saw that. I I know that in the theater. You know it's on Netflix. I thanks thanks pop culture I have already said my piece about this which was way of a new strategy when we found out that this was a film about a couple with with the child L. A. Theater director an actress whose life is imperilled due to a career driven moved to Los Angeles. I was like. Let's just go smell the flowers. Life is too short we now the new strategy in my home where we are going to watch this movie separately and then discuss later. Has It's been memed a lot. Do you feel like you'd get it now. Do you feel like you already know what happens. Because until I saw the means I didn't know there would be scenes of emotional anguish of a couple of jeopardy and and I was like. Oh yes kind of merit right. I thought it was an hour and a half of deciding what to watch on streaming television. which is most marriage? So you haven't seen marriage stores now. Nineteen seventeen you know. Not only did not watch dunkirk. Chris I listen to your fantastic rewatch Re watchable it's about join. You see this. I mean it's technical achievement. I I don't think I'm as high on. It is a couple of other people around other people as a story story but I thought it was quite quite amazing to watch. This is also a theatre. Watch I would imagine. I think it's like it's just a really cool travel like I think it's a really really good step-by-step journey movie. There's a few things in there where I'm like you you've seen this trip and more movies before but You know it's it's good theater sidebar. Yeah do not watch this on now played sidebar. I really didn't realize into listening to your dunkirk. podcast awesome. The speaking of what's being done to me on this podcast. The erasure of that film in the critical conversation of yeah. I love that movie. Yeah Dunkirk I love that movie. Sure I share Shawn's skepticism I think about the Christopher Nolan project. Yes but were you on that inception podcast. No no you weren't. I was not invited. I was on that I I did jody. Yeah that's the only Ratchaburi touchable fugitive to. But that's what I should be on otherwise He's a podcast called the watchable. 's where you tell me if something watchable that's what this is dunkirk is great. I loved the way you guys talked about it. Thank you once upon a time in Hollywood Have not seen it quick update. My wife watched it on the airplanes light. Okay there's a moment near the end of the film. I don't think it's a spoiler. Where and again? This is one row back because we were three and one on the flight it appeared. Some people were on fire. My wife sitting next to my children watching this praying that the new episode of vamp arena is riveting enough so that no questions are asked sure so far the rest will come out in therapy will like once upon a time in Hollywood. Yes okay. I'm excited I've screener. I'm going to watch it. You're not a huge fan though. I am a huge fan. I am a fan but I have not been a fan of his most recent movies and this sort of project that he is on of like. Let's write historical wrongs through the magic of cinema. Don't like that no. I like historical wrong. Stay wrong sorry sorry. I'm just against Fascism in less. They ended fascist. Okay so so Parasite you're going to see him be like this is the best movie I know. Have a screener I cannot wait. Do People Fan poll. Do people want me to weigh in on these movies in q one or q two twenty if you could chime in before the Oscars that would probably be best for our content plan. How about that? Note the tone. That is a new tone of watch. I really enjoyed it. Are you gonNa go through every every Oscar nomination costumed. I'm done. We can talk about TV. I just also my only other sidebar cultural sidebar for once upon a time in Hollywood is what a moment for Brad Pitt. WHO's probably GonNa win the Oscar? Your favorite movie of two thousand eighteen was the Brad Pitt borrowed episode. Yes and Brad Pitt. Talking about the show Merrin enter twenty twenty with the same energy. Brad Pitt has meeting mark man and talking about the television show Merrin. I cannot believe what it's like to be a golden God like Brad Pitt into love something. So purely watched all of Maryland three times and just purely loves IT I. I don't know whether it therapy whether it's being from the ozarks and surviving looking looking like that I don't know but I don't think I've ever loved anything. As purely as he loves the television. Show Merrin whose amazing how how in terms if number ten is the way Brad Pitt. Feels about Merrin. Yep and number one is how you'd feel watching uncut gems. How'd did you feel about the outsider? Seven or eight. Yeah so I'm sorry this is this podcast has been my uncut gem so the the outsider cider. Obviously from your last night's two episodes went up last night. I I've seen a few Are there there are ten. Okay yes it is Out largely written by Richard Price who is one of my favorite writers. Want to manage favorite writers Richard Price. Who wrote on the wire were the night of along Steve's alien and also You know as an accomplished several clockers and freedom land and Samaritan lush life which is my favorite and he adapted the Stephen King novel of reasons Stephen King Novel that was regarded as probably his best work in a long time. And this is a ten episode. I believe limited series starring Ben Mendelsohn and Jason Bateman meant for episodes for directed by Bateman. And it is about a murder in a small town in Georgia where it seems open. Shut that it was committed by the character played by Jason and Beeman except it is not and so There is a sort of supernatural element to it kind of deep unseen evil. Stephen Stephen King style in the in the show so why don't you give me your broad strokes of what you thought of the first up. So what was it was really interesting experience. I knew very little about it. And the first fifteen or twenty minutes. I was not aware of it but I was. I realized later I was fighting it because it definitely was doing some things that that I am on the record is not loving. You know it is very very. Fascism is very fashion all the trains. There's a lot of train talk and the trains run on time in this this dystopia invasion of Georgia. But at what cost. No you know. It's very dark and I'm not saying show about a child. Murderer should be otherwise but it is very dark and very grim and a lot of yeah. I said I've said like I. It's hard to recommend yeah Well both the subject matter and also the Tandel is very much. It's very punishing. Yeah and it's a lot of Men with furrowed brows reacting to tough news in all that and so I felt felt myself trying to detach but one thing got me through the first half and then another thing got me through the rest of it made me really excited watch more like I watched the second episode tonight First thing is the craftsmanship and skill is top top up notch. That really matters Jason Bateman has turned into. He's very good after. I think everybody knows that recognizes..

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"second episode" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"second episode" Discussed on The Watch

"Path that he was on but like a good driver he got to the destination. Sure I mean there really is only one job and I hope everyone is well sorry to be mocking. What is clearly a medical situation? But that put me. We're playing but like I. I guess I I also blew past the the fact that he was offering any destination. Vegas Oh yes streets. Do you want to stop at a bar and get like a shot the beer I. I'm sure he's seen at all. I imagine that's what Jay Ferguson did. Okay because he arrived at his hair judged for thirty seconds and went to the bar because champion at a bloody mary. Okay so you guys get there. It's the four five four. Yeah and you have to do a lot of one on did you. Were the one on one interviews like pretty quick five ten minutes. I know it was the way we did to group on camera interviews. There were fun and than than we saw a lot of photos like photos on your instagram out. Like they were out takes from the like entertainment weekly away luggage like sweet sweet. They're sweets and then we had to do a red carpet and then we split up. We did individual interviews and then I did too great interviews There was excited to do people were people. Listen to the PODCASTS. Even did you Merrin That day no but thank you. I can't even get on the big picture. Did you do Joe Rogan. Like I'm doing right now. And then it was time for our turn on the on the Bone collecting stage and Could you still there. So like a whiff of bone collection there is the beauty of it was Lincoln. Rhyme had collected all the bones that had been Strewn about the stage there were none left so we were. We were briefly media trained which was interesting before going out there and then we went out there and it was actually. There was a moment right before we went out. And they were playing soundtrack. I I got to pick the songs that played in the room and They this is actually the most exciting dating thing. There's a we have our own proprietary beer brand on the show dungy beer named of course for the Great Russ Thomas Protagonist Chubb Dungy of the more demand. Dan and It people drink it like water on the show and actually made beer handed out everyone in the room and they gave them to us goes age juice wealthy. Or what. No do you know what it was. I cannot believe the University of this like a Mexican lager. It was ying-ling what's for whatever reason as a bid. They did that. No not as a bit. That was the beer that they got access to or whatever so they basically basically when kegs of gangling bottles of the caps were still gangland caps. They have now opened up. NBC Universal to a blistering blistering lost America's oldest family run brewery. So it was so exciting and had I not been physically about to leave earth due to nerves down it jaded okay. Change took care of it on stage and then we went out and And it was really nice. It was great you guys went out. Afterwards we went out on stage. We did this and then there was a cocktail party. Afterwards that was that was very nice and saw a friend of the POD. Adam pally nice who is promoting his show. He's GonNa call in hopefully in the next few weeks and I will I will save roasting him for the advice. He gave me about the event which he then immediately broke and Other than that it was it was quite nice. What's it like to talk about the show in like that weird third person like this is I'm describing having something that's like somebody else's experience even though it's mine it's not that that was easy? What was hard actually? is every single detail of this show from conception to execution to post to all the you know anecdotes. They were both funny and maybe stressful. Every single moment of the last two years is bound up in the show and I remember all of it was weird is to have a question. That's about one. Fifth of the millisecond of one tiny photo of it of the experience. Yeah and I want to answer that question and do right by it but I also want to share with people all all of it in context and I and I realize now the limitations of that. I mean. I can't do that right but talking about it is obviously as people were still listed. Say This podcast is fun. Yeah were there any questions that you were not expecting that you're like I don't know how to answer this There was one any like Gotcha. Gotcha questions any like. Do you support your Pete. People people very supported. I gotta laugh at a guy. Do you support mayor. kyw thinks there I should be more billionaires than primary. That is the hottest take no. I mean there was a question about the animals moles on the show specific about whether or not they were treated right no got it was ready for that. Where you really yeah But but they leave my set. I can't give you more like it was really more like a why this animal this animal like a very specific okay thing and then there was another question that was so good that I actually wanted to spend some more time thinking about and maybe reach out to the person about 'cause it was like I. It was one of the questions that I was very honored to get. It was basically basically about tropes that we are playing with. That may be kind of tired. And why did we choose that the dead girl question yes. I saw that there was a great question from someone about about you know. And there's a line in the trailer so I can talk about it rejects by. VJ's character says there's always a dead girl and watch TV. You're watching movies Years here's the trick. Did you see that. She strives should not be brilliant of frozen too. Is there's villain. I think it's to Galaxy Z.. Brain you guys with gems. Yeah real how could I handle watching that movie all no no. So why are we even pretending. Well I think it would make you Miss New York specifically Manhattan Herald Square area. You know a lot of great memories there I think that you would get a kick out of certain elements of it. Okay I think ultimately watching Adam Sandler be under a ton of pressure for two hours. It's like come on. It's not your bag so wait. Let's do this before we move on to talking about the outsider. Despite your stalling in your protestations I will talk about the new television. I just wanted to about what it's like to be on the other side of all this stuff that's off our journalist asked me ask me more questions Who is the MVP EPA your panel? Who who is the person who is just like all of a sudden became like a a wonder at handling Perry and questions and like dealing with press and stuff like that or reserve is amazing and she always? She's like the beginning of the day. She's like I. I did these things for the show yesterday. And I realize I'm over sharing and you'd like picked my spots wonderfully doesn't right She did need to be reminded. We shot the pilot in two thousand eighteen. She sang 2017 other other than that. In some ways Jay's the MVP of life because when we got to our first group interview we were sitting on the couch and he one of the first one there were four chair setup. He found a chair not within the island of the camera and sat down with his phone. Streaming the niners game. No he didn't. We had had to encourage him to put the phone down to join the interview he did and then the next interview. We're on a couch. He set his phone up on the quality he was on a panel talk in his defense in. NBC Universal Channel Was Broadcasting. The sure so it was all America all in the family. Yeah so he's my personal MVP. I was thinking about him yesterday because you did you hear about what they did to Jimmy Johnson yesterday at a large man feted. Yeah so it's become a new thing where they surprise TV analysts with their induction into the football hall of fame. Okay so on Saturday. They did it to bill cowher where like they were just doing the usual halftime thing. Yeah they were doing the usual halftime show off and then like they they were like well. You Know Blonde Blonde Bill. We have a surprise for you like this enormous 6-foot-7 man named Don. I think walks out of the back and is like you are going to canton. We're making a bust of your head you know and your family's come out and it was really emotional. But then on Sunday they just did Jimmy Johnson right and Jimmy Johnson for a second year like this is going to be you know this is going to be so corny and then all of a sudden like he starts crying and he's just like Oh my God like he really has this real emotional moment and then they a cut away back to the packers game Wisconsin Ekman to Aikman. WHO's crying and I was like? We gotTA CUT DEFER CIGNA Ferguson. In a sports bar in studio cry he said something that was just amazing so he and Kim hadn't seen each other since the century wrapped and they greeted each each other warmly. Then she was like. What are we doing what we do to this game? Because she's The saints fan so she wanted to know who he was rooting for because the sense were eliminated. The saints were eliminated but also the Dallas cowboys were eliminated. They didn't get that far. They they did not win the dance. Unlike the Philadelphia Eagles so Jay said something that was so rich for a cowboys fan to say which is I guess. I like the Vikings because you know I have to root for underdogs. Okay okay. So He's America. Donald Reagan so Reagan versus Mondale. I got I got pulled for the cowboy. That's right so Other than that. I mean like this. This is just.

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"second episode" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"second episode" Discussed on The Watch

"Path that he was on but like a good driver he got to the destination. Sure I mean there really is only one job and I hope everyone is well sorry to be mocking. What is clearly a medical situation? But that put me. We're playing but like I. I guess I I also blew past the the fact that he was offering any destination. Vegas Oh yes streets. Do you want to stop at a bar and get like a shot the beer I. I'm sure he's seen at all. I imagine that's what Jay Ferguson did. Okay because he arrived at his hair judged for thirty seconds and went to the bar because champion at a bloody mary. Okay so you guys get there. It's the four five four. Yeah and you have to do a lot of one on did you. Were the one on one interviews like pretty quick five ten minutes. I know it was the way we did to group on camera interviews. There were fun and than than we saw a lot of photos like photos on your instagram out. Like they were out takes from the like entertainment weekly away luggage like sweet sweet. They're sweets and then we had to do a red carpet and then we split up. We did individual interviews and then I did too great interviews There was excited to do people were people. Listen to the PODCASTS. Even did you Merrin That day no but thank you. I can't even get on the big picture. Did you do Joe Rogan. Like I'm doing right now. And then it was time for our turn on the on the Bone collecting stage and Could you still there. So like a whiff of bone collection there is the beauty of it was Lincoln. Rhyme had collected all the bones that had been Strewn about the stage there were none left so we were. We were briefly media trained which was interesting before going out there and then we went out there and it was actually. There was a moment right before we went out. And they were playing soundtrack. I I got to pick the songs that played in the room and They this is actually the most exciting dating thing. There's a we have our own proprietary beer brand on the show dungy beer named of course for the Great Russ Thomas Protagonist Chubb Dungy of the more demand. Dan and It people drink it like water on the show and actually made beer handed out everyone in the room and they gave them to us goes age juice wealthy. Or what. No do you know what it was. I cannot believe the University of this like a Mexican lager. It was ying-ling what's for whatever reason as a bid. They did that. No not as a bit. That was the beer that they got access to or whatever so they basically basically when kegs of gangling bottles of the caps were still gangland caps. They have now opened up. NBC Universal to a blistering blistering lost America's oldest family run brewery. So it was so exciting and had I not been physically about to leave earth due to nerves down it jaded okay. Change took care of it on stage and then we went out and And it was really nice. It was great you guys went out. Afterwards we went out on stage. We did this and then there was a cocktail party. Afterwards that was that was very nice and saw a friend of the POD. Adam pally nice who is promoting his show. He's GonNa call in hopefully in the next few weeks and I will I will save roasting him for the advice. He gave me about the event which he then immediately broke and Other than that it was it was quite nice. What's it like to talk about the show in like that weird third person like this is I'm describing having something that's like somebody else's experience even though it's mine it's not that that was easy? What was hard actually? is every single detail of this show from conception to execution to post to all the you know anecdotes. They were both funny and maybe stressful. Every single moment of the last two years is bound up in the show and I remember all of it was weird is to have a question. That's about one. Fifth of the millisecond of one tiny photo of it of the experience. Yeah and I want to answer that question and do right by it but I also want to share with people all all of it in context and I and I realize now the limitations of that. I mean. I can't do that right but talking about it is obviously as people were still listed. Say This podcast is fun. Yeah were there any questions that you were not expecting that you're like I don't know how to answer this There was one any like Gotcha. Gotcha questions any like. Do you support your Pete. People people very supported. I gotta laugh at a guy. Do you support mayor. kyw thinks there I should be more billionaires than primary. That is the hottest take no. I mean there was a question about the animals moles on the show specific about whether or not they were treated right no got it was ready for that. Where you really yeah But but they leave my set. I can't give you more like it was really more like a why this animal this animal like a very specific okay thing and then there was another question that was so good that I actually wanted to spend some more time thinking about and maybe reach out to the person about 'cause it was like I. It was one of the questions that I was very honored to get. It was basically basically about tropes that we are playing with. That may be kind of tired. And why did we choose that the dead girl question yes. I saw that there was a great question from someone about about you know. And there's a line in the trailer so I can talk about it rejects by. VJ's character says there's always a dead girl and watch TV. You're watching movies Years here's the trick. Did you see that. She strives should not be brilliant of frozen too. Is there's villain. I think it's to Galaxy Z.. Brain you guys with gems. Yeah real how could I handle watching that movie all no no. So why are we even pretending. Well I think it would make you Miss New York specifically Manhattan Herald Square area. You know a lot of great memories there I think that you would get a kick out of certain elements of it. Okay I think ultimately watching Adam Sandler be under a ton of pressure for two hours. It's like come on. It's not your bag so wait. Let's do this before we move on to talking about the outsider. Despite your stalling in your protestations I will talk about the new television. I just wanted to about what it's like to be on the other side of all this stuff that's off our journalist asked me ask me more questions Who is the MVP EPA your panel? Who who is the person who is just like all of a sudden became like a a wonder at handling Perry and questions and like dealing with press and stuff like that or reserve is amazing and she always? She's like the beginning of the day. She's like I. I did these things for the show yesterday. And I realize I'm over sharing and you'd like picked my spots wonderfully doesn't right She did need to be reminded. We shot the pilot in two thousand eighteen. She sang 2017 other other than that. In some ways Jay's the MVP of life because when we got to our first group interview we were sitting on the couch and he one of the first one there were four chair setup. He found a chair not within the island of the camera and sat down with his phone. Streaming the niners game. No he didn't. We had had to encourage him to put the phone down to join the interview he did and then the next interview. We're on a couch. He set his phone up on the quality he was on a panel talk in his defense in. NBC Universal Channel Was Broadcasting. The sure so it was all America all in the family. Yeah so he's my personal MVP. I was thinking about him yesterday because you did you hear about what they did to Jimmy Johnson yesterday at a large man feted. Yeah so it's become a new thing where they surprise TV analysts with their induction into the football hall of fame. Okay so on Saturday. They did it to bill cowher where like they were just doing the usual halftime thing. Yeah they were doing the usual halftime show off and then like they they were like well. You Know Blonde Blonde Bill. We have a surprise for you like this enormous 6-foot-7 man named Don. I think walks out of the back and is like you are going to canton. We're making a bust of your head you know and your family's come out and it was really emotional. But then on Sunday they just did Jimmy Johnson right and Jimmy Johnson for a second year like this is going to be you know this is going to be so corny and then all of a sudden like he starts crying and he's just like Oh my God like he really has this real emotional moment and then they a cut away back to the packers game Wisconsin Ekman to Aikman. WHO's crying and I was like? We gotTA CUT DEFER CIGNA Ferguson. In a sports bar in studio cry he said something that was just amazing so he and Kim hadn't seen each other since the century wrapped and they greeted each each other warmly. Then she was like. What are we doing what we do to this game? Because she's The saints fan so she wanted to know who he was rooting for because the sense were eliminated. The saints were eliminated but also the Dallas cowboys were eliminated. They didn't get that far. They they did not win the dance. Unlike the Philadelphia Eagles so Jay said something that was so rich for a cowboys fan to say which is I guess. I like the Vikings because you know I have to root for underdogs. Okay okay. So He's America. Donald Reagan so Reagan versus Mondale. I got I got pulled for the cowboy. That's right so Other than that. I mean like this. This is just.

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"second episode" Discussed on Pep Talks

Pep Talks

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"second episode" Discussed on Pep Talks

"Welcome to today's pep talk. Eighty six thousand four hundred seconds. Last month I talked about the importance of having meaning and peace in your life and how this impacts your perceived quality of life as well does your psychological health today. I WANNA share a concept. I learned through a newsletter I received from Joyce Meyer ministries. I believe that it adds to the conversation that we discussed last month with regards to having meaning and having purpose in your life in the letter in the newsletter she says imagine the scenario. Your Bank makes a new policy regarding your personal checking account and the new policy goes goes something like this every single day you receive eighty six thousand four hundred dollars deposited into your account. It's all yours and you're able to spend it any way that you want. However each night the bank takes back any money that you didn't use that day nothing carries over to the next day as she said. This sounds pretty good right. I mean I think we all really appreciate having eighty six thousand four hundred dollars just a positive to our bank account every day. Even if it meant that we didn't spend that day would would be lost that we wouldn't be able to carry it over to the next day. We'll she goes goes on to say I ask you to think about this scenario because believe it or not you have been given a similar policy just not with money. I'm talking about with with time. And as she says we are given eighty six thousand four hundred brand new seconds every day and and as she describes that. Sperry much a gift that's been given to us and as she said yesterday's over tomorrow is not promised however today we have eighty six thousand four hundred seconds to spend any way that we want and I think that sometimes sometimes we forget about the importance of being in this moment being able to appreciate each day that we receive. I think that we can get caught up on something that we're looking towards coming to an end and how once we reach that destination everything will be. Okay say for example if you are in school and you're you're looking forward to graduation and you're struggling to maybe really enjoy life frightened now because you're focused on all the tasks that you're trying to do to get finished with school or even in this might sound surprising but even if you're planning a wedding. I have seen people who get so caught up in the details of of their wedding day of all the things that they need to to do that. They lose sight of actually enjoying the preparation enjoying the journey along the way. I think that we can focus. Focus on life as being just Kinda treadmill the treadmill of life that we get up each morning and we do the same thing over and over again and we forget that each day that we receive is actually gift. That's been given to us and that we really do have the option of how we want to live that day. I know that when you're young I mean whether your child or a teenager. We don't have as much control over how we spend our day were dictated by a what our parents tell us. And we're dictated by being in school and those kinds of things truly when we become an adult. We really do have an option. As to how we're we're going to spend each day we get to choose which job we take and even though I know some people don't think they have the option for that. They think they have take a job because it just presented itself or they think they have to stay in a job because they don't think that they could get something else. It really is a choice choice. Which job you choose? We choose activities that we participate in. You know whether it's Getting involved in a volleyball volleyball volleyball league or a Bowling League. Or if we choose to have children or not reach us to have a pet or not or we choose to purchase just a bigger home or a nicer car. All of those things are truly choices that we make each day and sometimes even though we've chosen chosen it we can complain about it and we can not appreciate it even though again. It was a choice that we made. We may be in have the example that I gave wanting bigger house and yet you might be complaining about needing to clean the house that you wanted one. That's bigger but now you have more space that you need to clean. You might have really wanted a dog and now you have a dog and you don't want to take the dog out for a walk and you're struggling with with time because because you already have so much on your plate but now you have to be taking the dog out for walk yet. What you really wanted was a dog so again. I think it's important for us to recognize that we really do. Have this gift of time. That's been given to us. And if we reflect back on last month's pep talk in talking about meaning and purpose really thinking about how do you WanNa spend these eighty six thousand four hundred seconds you've been given today. What choices are you making in your life. And are you satisfied with those choices if you dread waking up in the morning. What's causing the dread if you don't want to go to the job if you are in relationships that you're not happy with or your that are unhealthy for you If you're wanting to be more physically active and yet struggling to carve time out in your schedule to do that again remember you've been given these eighty six thousand four hundred seconds however you choosing to use them. What are your choices. Each and every day. That are truly early. Your choices that you're making and are you finding that meaning in your life and that purpose in your life and are you feeling a sense of peace. Because if you're not feeling peace in your life it's so important for us to look at what we're doing. And what are those things in our life that causes distress. Straus and then looking at what is within your control to change. Thank you for joining me today. And I encourage you to to reflect on your eighty six thousand four hundred seconds and ensure that you were spending most of that time doing something that provides piece this for you and that also has you feeling as though you have meaning and purpose in your life. I encourage you to do one thing today. Purposefully.

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