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Fresh update on "sharon" discussed on The Guy Benson Show
"With Democrats who You know, basically Debunked and discredited what they ran with anyway with no counterpoint. In your mind, Howie is that in the neighborhood potentially of actual malice. I still think the Supreme Court standing there so high that you don't have an email or text man. I hate this guy to saying this can't wait to take him down. It would be hard to win a case. But you know what? That's the legal side. Politically. All of this has helped run the Santis. Ironically, while the people who don't necessarily like the Florida governor have acknowledge the 60 minutes did completely one sided story. He's been making the media rounds, calling them smear merchants and worse and it is had a lot of the New York Times over the weekend. Man and actually somewhat sympathetic stories, saying that my under Santa's by sticking it in the media, not just in this case, the media's been after him for years, trying to prove that he was reckless and incompetent of handling of Kobe in the Sunshine State, um, have helped turn him into a leading contender for the 2024 presidential nomination. So I think he comes out ahead without ever having to go into a courtroom, and I think that's certainly true. The court battle might be difficult, but less difficult than it often is. I mean, it's pretty damning stuff that there was exonerating information that exculpated Santa's on this claim. You know the pay for play claim that the correspondent kept talking about because the Democrats who were in the room for the discussion, said It wasn't true and they Intentionally left that out of the final report. It's bad and how I think your point is well taken A lot of media folks. Have sort of been willing to concede that on balance this whole episode benefits to Santis. I think that's an interesting story. But to me it's the sideshow to the journalism scandal, and it feels like some of the media analysts. Who are rushing to Talk about how fascinating dissent is. His response has been and how it might work down to his benefit, and the media's been after him, and they haven't really been able to get him cause on substance. They're just wrong and to Sanchez's outcomes, or Florida's outcomes are pretty good, right? That's that's the big flaw in a lot of these attacks on him. That's all well and good, But I wonder if maybe it's conspiratorial thinking on my part. I just feel like there's a lot of people in journalism. We don't really want to take a clean shot. At 60 minutes directly because doing so is questioning a huge institution in American journalism and worse than that, also siding with a Republican, So they're kind of taking a bank shot a deflection toe sort of admit that 60 minutes was in the wrong but not treating this like the in my view. Abject scandal journalistically that it is I think that's a fair point. But you know who most of all should be treating this as a calamity and something needs to be fixed. CBS News Yeah, they had the opportunity last night because they do this thing at the end of show where they read comments. They made one comment, saying, This is shameful. And you know, it's the terrible journalism but didn't respond. Didn't know nothing like well, we've perhaps we could have done this or that didn't give an inch. In other words, we stand by our story. That's the way you did in the old days. You can't get away with that anymore. There are too many platforms or two Many outlets too many ways for a politician like Rhonda Sanders. Will you like him or not? Is pretty adapted this stuff he enjoys bashing the press. The press doesn't like him, but I think again it comes out ahead. You're right. That's the side show the real Meet here is was this journalistic malpractice and 60 minutes, I think needed to take a step in the direction of acknowledging that this was a flawed, flawed story. Yeah, seriously, so instead, you made reference to it. Let's play it. This is Sharon Alfonsi, the correspondent who presided over that disaster, a segment that was a week ago. Then last night after the Masters 60 minutes comes on, and they did sort of like some reader email was basically what the segments about and here's how they framed entire Weeks worth of a raging controversy over this cut one in the mail this week comments on our story about disparities in the distribution of covert 19 vaccine in Palm Beach County, Florida. Viewers focused on an exchange with Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's at a press conference. Some viewers, including a retired newsman, applauded the story. Ron De Santis will continue to deny refute Call your reporting a witch hunt. I can only hope that you continue to investigate and expose the truth. But many more comments condemned are editing and reporting shameful bias reporting. That is what you're guilty of. You are no longer journalists, but lobbyists and advocates Then there was this. I've watched 60 minutes for decades after your bias piece on governor. Two Santas. I will only watch it one more time just to see if you broadcast this message. So how he's kind of like I was a grab bag. Some people liked it. There was a former newsman right? They quote a former journalist, saying This was terrific, which I again just go to the crisis of credibility in the media, where it's so obvious that this was a hit job where you have Journalists being more democratic hacks than actual Democrats in the state of Florida who were involved in the decision. I think it's it's extraordinary. So, she says on on one hand, some people liked it in this guy. Praise it. On the other hand, people were mad and said It was an attack and a hit job and they're not gonna watch again. And the takeaway, at least from my perspective is Oh golly, it's a partisan dispute. Some people are always going to side with their guy. Ah, former journalist is on our side and were journalists and who's to say who's really right. And it's not even close. Howie. To acknowledging what was actually in and out of the story, and the former newsman that they quote approving of their broadcast said. Please keep going after this and trying to uncover the truth. The problem is they have the truth and deliberately chose not to report it, and you wouldn't even have any inkling. That is the verifiable reality based on empirical information on a bipartisan basis, watching that less than one minute clip I read it before we lose them. Was Dan rather about his own ethical problems when he was a CVS, or regardless, um, amazing Give give a one handed clap to CBS because most shows don't read any criticism at all. But it doesn't mean anything. You like one hand on the other hand, have like this is blinded. If you don't respond, respond, say something. They acknowledge the criticism. And then if you want to say Yeah, but we did it this way. For this reason, Okay, that at least you've engaged instead. It's like we're in the ivory tower. Okay? We spent our you know 45 seconds, saying some people didn't like the story. Let's move on on if he was still alive would say and now and the road The fact that or at least the is it confirm that that was Dan rather a great several reports of that, But I can't can't control myself. Which would be I mean just wild because he was the journalist who was forced out of that show. Because of a previous Hatchet job on a Republican politician that was proven to be false. That was years ago. It was a huge black 16 cover the hell out of me. I broke a lot of news on that story was 60 minutes to it was George W. Bush in this bogus AWOL, tried before doctors, but I don't want to go there, cause I'm not positive. Maybe I shouldn't have brought it up in any event in the underlying point Here is 60 minutes had a chance in a classy way to acknowledge and respond to the criticism chose not to feeling everyone else. We'll just move on. It has The brand of 60 minutes, which, over the years you know has been that has done tremendous journalism in the past has seriously been tarnished by this episode. Yep. Once again, I wonder if the folks that CBS might say At the reporting about Rhonda Sanderson. The vaccines was fake but accurate to borrow a certain term that comes to mind from the previous round of this sort of thing that you and I just talked about how we Kurds host of media buzz every Sunday morning 11 A.m. Eastern time. And you can also listen to his podcast Media buzz meter. Follow him on Twitter at Howard Kurtz always appreciate you stopping by Howie and looking forward to having you here again and being on your show again. Always a good conversation takes guy. You bet. We'll be right back. It's the happy hour on the guy Benson Show a fresh take on the biggest stories of the day. It's Guy Benson. If you're worried about your hard earned dollars becoming worthless or your four Oh, one k or IRA losing value. 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Double Date With Ted Danson & Mary Steenburgen
"We flew out to santa monica to visit. Ted danson and mary steenburgen. Their house is carved into the side of a hill. It's a craftsman style. Bungalow built in nineteen twenty two and it has what is called a living roof which is covered with greenery to fight off climate change. Ten mary decorated themselves is very relax and homey mostly. It was their warm connection to each other. That grabbed her attention from the start. This is fun. Yeah we've been so excited. We're really that you asked us. Well you came to mind immediately. Really people are always asking us. How did you. How are you married too long. And what i like in likes me. He's cute boys smells and that's a big deal so smell good. Ted likes to play the rascal but once we settled at their farm style kitchen table and began to talk. He was so honest and vulnerable rule of four of us here. I'm the only one who's only married once. Yes i'm the third. i'm being married. Well that maybe that's an interesting way to start because you're a wild optimist or you're total. Denial i mean. I got married and college carnegie Halfway through and i think it's fair to say the real communication would have been I'm afraid to go to new york by myself. Are you oh well. Let's go Sharon apartment and buddies that would have been kind of the emotional truth but somehow we ended up getting married and twenty two and Married for five years good friends but certainly not you know a a marriage
Fresh update on "sharon" discussed on Sports Talk with Jason and Ed
"Welcome back Sports Talk. Jason Agapito 83605 nineties. The phone number we hearing from Stark. I guess it's two weeks outside of the Orange White Game Fourth on Saturday, they had a scrimmage. Here's coach Steve on the running back situation. You need situation. You know, clearly, I think be John coming off of the year. He had last year's very good football player. But we talked about Jordan anything but another guy who's kind of fallen into that same category is J wit has been Rochon Rochon has been Done everything we've asked on the day we got here. He's worked really hard in the weight room. He's practicing really well, and he went out and played really well today, so we might be a little different space at the pertains to one back versus two backs. You know, Sharon carries one lead dog. Whatever that is. I do believe whoever it is back there. I think the running back kind of frames the identity of your football team, and we pride ourselves on being a physical football team and being a mentally tough football team. But I think that a lot of that kind of the running back in bodies That authority Bility to run it and get the cup yards and scoring in the low red and convert on third downs and things of that nature. But both those guys are off to a good start s O great problem Have I'm just close my eyes and what I'm thinking about Alabama how well they've run the ball over the last years, especially when Steve calling the place and thinking That's going to be really good to see Bichon and Rochon and situations to white. Okay, how much and are we talking about? That's the thing. I think he's made dresses very political. Because be John's talking about great games, The Alamo Bowl. He had such a great game, and I think everybody expects him to carry the ball. At least 20 times a game 2025 times again, Possibly Tom Herman got himself in trouble with the rotating running backs and by him, not by not me. John was in the deep freeze for most of the year last, but that was on purpose, right? I mean, it was. It didn't matter how, even if he didn't need a spell, he was taken out of the game because of some cockamamie math that rotate former coach had in his head. I think these are great problems. They have to hear that Roshan's done everything that the new coaching staff has asked him hit the weight room, all of those things to me, or like sweet That's a great problem, right? It is a great problem. But do you mean the so 20 years? What would you say 20 carries a game. I think that's a that's a very attainable goal. If he gets 20 carries and then catches the ball 45 times a game as well. I think that's great, but I think if you're if if he's only carrying it 20 times, then that's because Russia and Johnson is also getting 15 to 20 carries a game. Thanks. So like, I think they're going, Yeah, I mean, pretty depends on you know which game and whether, whether what the game script looks like, but I think you're gonna be you know, you're gonna be running the ball 40 times a game. And I just don't know. I think that people are going to, uh, if he's not carrying it, 30 times a game. If he's not, you know, got a Ricky Williams Cedric Benson type workload that people are going to say, Why don't you? Why don't you feed the ball to be John Robinson? More? And I don't think that Don't think that he's he's really about that life, either. I don't know that he wants to put that kind of mileage on himself. The biggest key to carry the ball that much is the offensive line and we saw some games. Texas offensive line did not against the better teams. They didn't have outstanding games where You know, not. Not much was going on up front. So it behooves the offensive line to allow those guys to get. Maybe 20 carries each but I think he was being political. I think it was saying exactly the right things to keep Rochon in the game to keep Rochon because I think everybody's thinking, Oh, it's all be John. Be John. No, Rochon said some good things really good. Thanks for the school. I also think it's kind of forecasting for those recruits for the next season, all the way up to 2023 because we already have, like one of the top recruits running backs committed in 2023 to be like If you come here to compete, and like I've said, the best player is going to play, and if you have two of the best players, and they're both playing at that caliber, then there's going to be a knopper to nitty for you to play, not because it's everybody needs the same amount of Carrie's, and that's how we're going to roll. No, but it's you come into this offense and you you're killing it. You're gonna have a chance to prove it. That was the most frustrating about Tom Herman's offense. Where Somebody had the hot, hot hot hand and all of a sudden where they've been right. Just just 40 bubble screens again. Yeah, Yeah. Uh, yeah, but I think I mean Contrary to what we just said about you know the quarterback position. If you have two guys than you have zero. You have to have two running backs now. Blood. Yeah, I don't know that anybody is playing that, you know, I mentioned the Ricky Williams Cedric Benson style where a guy is You have one guy who you're handing it off to 30 or 35 times a game. I don't think that I don't know that that really happens anymore. Well, you know, with elite teams, and so Yeah, I think that I think that to call it a. You know a time share. A split would be incorrect because, obviously, But John Big John Robinson is an incredible player and he's going to get you know he's gonna get his opportunity to shine. But I think that there's plenty of Carrie's to go around. I think that that Rochon Johnson's going to carry the ball a lot. I hope he does. I think he's a real talent. But I think it's gonna be just like the corner. Rochon Johnson..
Sean Couturier's goal gives Flyers 3-2 home win over Bruins
"Sean couturier scored the game winner in the flyers improve their playoff position by nipping the Bruins three two Kateri a tally seven minutes into the third period leaving Philadelphia four points behind Boston for the fourth and final playoff berth in the east division Travis connect me scored a first period goal and set up Shayne Gostisbehere is power play tally about six minutes later Brian Elliott stopped thirty shots to blank the Bruins following Jake DeBrusk tying goal with eight forty five left in the second Patrice Sharon also scored for the bees who won six of eight from Philly this season I'm Dave Ferrie
Fresh update on "sharon" discussed on Lori and Julia
"A text message. Well, here's why don't Here's what she said that here's what she said. She said. Cheryl Underwood previously claimed that as we're never apologized to her in private following their heated exchange, But Osborne came for with alleged Screenshots of Chuck Text. That Underwood didn't answer. And and Cheryl Osborne. Excuse me. Sharon has Berman is saying not only send these messages to Cheryl, but I apologized to in person in her dressing room after the show that day. Why are you saying I never apologize? Cheryl, what you trying to do to me and and Cheryl Underwood basically is confirmed. He did get the text. But she didn't answer because she didn't know if she was allowed given the internal investigation taking place at the show. So she didn't know because they tell you Don't talk to anyone, right? You know, we've been under these things. You can't talk to anyone. You can talk to your colleagues. You can't say anything. It's everyone. Everyone. They have to wait till somebody gets Let go suddenly And then the show is shuttered. Yes, basically, yes occasion You can't talk to anybody sealed lips, especially if it's the person that is under investigation is sending you texts. You will not Responding is Cheryl Underwood after the show after Sharon Osborne was such a condescending white woman? Yes, okay, and she wanted to apologize me. I would have been too upset and pissed. You hear a thing, and I would have just put out my hand and just said I can't talk to you right now. Right? And she revealed today, um, that Carol Underwear basically said that she had PTSD since that event, and she felt like it was trauma. She felt like it was just trying. I feel like I want to get past this because I really want to get back to work with my friends and colleagues, Gun crew, but we have to talk about it. That's because it was shown so many times dominated, Um Entertainment news cycle and she really did it and she said during the conversation with Sharon Osbourne, she didn't want to escalate things because she thought she was having a conversation with her friends. But she also knew she had to be an example for others to follow because she didn't want to be perceived as the angry black woman that is being asked, she said. It was she had to remain calm and remain, Okay said she has to, like bear that attracts the bare that great exactly. So anyway, I think it's an emotional day. We both taped it. What we will tell you about it. Tomorrow, But I did like that. Elaine, who? One of the other lane Walter out she's new this year. Yes, she and Amanda includes, and she's the one vote from teen Vogue. And she's the one that formed the fire. Formal complaint was CBS that day junior stylists because, she said, there's been all kinds of Bs going on. But she said on the show, she said, Sharon went off the rails into disrespect. On that was so difficult for us. By that hard I'm I can't even imagine her after the show was done taping Sharon. Well, I'm sure that she she was realizing she was trying to apologize in her posh British accent, thinking it would sound better, but people were genuinely Upset Dunder. Yeah, Stun went out of her sight had such a temper tantrum defending somebody that I don't even know that she knew what she was defending him for to me. I felt like Sharon Osbourne never paid one bit of attention to the vile things that keep a Pierce Morgan was always writing and sane about Meghan Markle. So she was defending something she didn't even care about. She'd even here have any hands was like this is my friend and you can't say bad things about him, You know, and CBS again said the notion that they paid her 5 to $10 million Is false. Inaccurate or untrue. Take your pick. S C five d for all the above. Yeah, listen, when we come back, we do We have an update on what's going on across the front. Have you heard Donna and.
Sheryl Underwood addresses Sharon Osbourne leaving 'The Talk'
"Piers morgan. I was reading. Where piers. Morgan has said that cheryl underwood should be fired for calling sharon osborne a racist. Now sir listen to me. What should not going to do is change the narrative of what happened first of all sure. Let me just clear this up case. Destroy get legs. Sure under would never call sharon osborne. Racist what cheryl underwood said was the state. Mid that piers. Morgan made was racist. She never called sharon osborne a racist She said that the statement that piers morgan me was racist. See here's what everybody got to take. Let's take this off for second. If megan markle was not black we talking about none of this. None of this wouldn't even be a reason. A story is simply because this woman is black. If the baby didn't have black features if the baby was just a white british lua baby. We did not even story so now. How can it not be racism when the only reason to story is even bought up is because of the race of the woman that child. That's amazing to me man. Now you wanna flip the script internal show shelley no racist right and and how can you. How can you forget what we actually saw with our own eyes on. Tv that was devastating for everyone who watched it. Especially you cheryl. I'm sure i'm absolutely. Oh i'm suffering from. ptsd it is. It is a trauma that i really didn't realize. And that's what we're going to talk about on shell but people are living through these types of traumas every day. That's why with so many people of different races reach out to me because they're going through this trauma
Fresh update on "sharon" discussed on Eddie and Rocky
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LSU officials will not testify in person amid Sharon Lewis' legal threats
"Learned today or yesterday. That the number of lsu officials which we thought would appear in front of this hearing in baton rouge are now not going to. They're going to send statements. There's a lot of litigation going on which could be one reason. Probably a pretty good reason why they're not going to show up glenn. Gilbert has been covering this story from the beginning. We've talked to him about it. A couple of different times glen. Thanks for the time. Great to have you back on the program show. Where are we right now Well i think the next step by this select cynic committee at the state capital. We'll be the subpoena Lsu officials wanted one of the attorneys one of the representatives involved with that committee. told me in this story today that they they're considering subpoenaing hordes. You're on so they'll probably so they're likely to safina some others as that. Committee's work goes on. And there's other hearings in the future after tomorrow. Searing subpoenas will be the next step in. That's that's fine. And i don't know what Coach oh really has to say to this committee can you. Can you explain to maybe some of the audience that is late to the party What this is really all about. Well i think what this is about. Is that a lot of state. Lawmakers a lot of people around lsu and lsu's very much married to the state legislature. they get a lot of money from him That they don't feel like Lsu did enough and then they should have fired. People after the hush blackwell report. They didn't do enough and disciplining people they just suspended to associate associate athletic director for a couple of weeks there already off suspension. They want People fired particularly verge. Ause berry and mary seager and possibly
Fresh update on "sharon" discussed on The Pursuit of Happiness
"You know? Was just sitting here getting mad about how we can't live stream on Facebook today. Facebook is how we reach a lot of our listeners. So No, I do this for a living. I'm not just doing it for fun. I want people to find us. I'm being punished for telling you guys The news on Facebook. I guess we should have seen it coming and one of our listeners. Linda just reminded me of a great point, she said. Without the lows, you cannot appreciate the highs. Thank you for that, Linda. That was kind of you to say. You know, Life isn't perfect. Imagine how sharing Osborne feels. She just lost her job. Sharon Osborne lost her job for agreeing with somebody. That somebody wasn't racist based on Ah, claim that wasn't backed up by any fax. Look out. The royal family might be racist. They might not be. I have no idea. I don't know them. But Pierce Morgan said that he didn't think that the claims Meghan Markle made about the queen were valid. And For this, Sharon Osborne said. No. Now you know is it pierces? Probably telling the truth. She was accused of being a racist. And she was accused of being a racist. Why was she accused of being a race for agreeing with Pierce Morgan? That an unproven fact probably wasn't true. Yeah, Anyway, So, CBS daytime show the talk returned today. Sharon Osborne was not there. I guess viewers probably didn't notice though they replaced her with a yappy Chihuahua. That's what they should do for me. Just if I'm not over here one day. What would I be? What would you use to replace me? A bulldog? Probably. Maybe I just say that because I like Bulldogs. Jim Treacher. PJ Media is a great writer, and he is calling out the CDC today. For their recent claim about racism is a good report. You know? Did you know Racism is the next public health crisis? I know what you're thinking. I thought it was climate change. No, that was last week. Now it's racism. Although Tactically, you know, it's kind of tricky how they do this year. Climate change is also a form of racism, according the left. It's complicated. Earlier. We were talking about how China has their own CDC Center for Disease Control, which is what C D. C stands for. That's supposed to be the job of that particular federal agency controlling disease. But in 2021 in America Doing? The job that your agency was created to do is not enough. It is not enough. My friends. Now the CDC is job is to take the money were forced to give them By federal law and use it to scold us for things we may or may not have done. Now their job is to call us all races because otherwise journalists and the Democrat Party activists will just keep yelling at them. The last time I paid any attention to the CDC director of Rochelle Wolinsky, she was moaning about her recurring feeling of impending doom about a covert 19. She used her platform toe spread fear and uncertainty and doubt in the Liberals all loved her for it. If you thought it was pathetic, Insane. Her latest claim is this. Here's what it says on the website. The covert 19 pandemic has resulted in 500,000 deaths in America, but tens of millions of people were infected, and that's and many of them were from communities of color communities that have experienced disproportionate case counts of death. And the social impact of the pandemic is the most extreme in those communities. Get the disparities seen over the past year were not the result of covert 19. Instead, the pandemic illuminated in equities that have existed for generations. And then the report goes on. I'm not gonna keep reading it to you. The report goes on to explain how even in covert 19 racism is a real thing, and somehow that's your fault. That's what a bleak day it is, but it's okay. Guys will be all right. I think we will 866 I love W J. Um Andrew is sharing on hold right now. Let's talk to share. Lets talk to share and give me Sharon. Sharing. How are you this afternoon? Hi, Kimmy. I wanna cheer you up a little bit because the same thing happened over on another station Voice of Texas, and he's a lawyer on attorney and he has his own show on Friday evenings. And Facebook. Censored him, and then they canceled him last Friday night, and when they did that he's saying the Holly Luke Lewis and he said, And he said he'd wear it as a badge of honor. And this is what I have to say The social media's ours. They ought to stand there on lane because radio has been around a long time, much longer. The proceeds The social media platforms, and they'll just getting their own lane and stay there because we're tired of all this stuff, and we don't want to hear all this apologizing stuff for these stars Rasputin, Jack and Zucker burg, big sucker birds. I mean, we're just We're getting really tired of this. It smells like Nazi Germany. I know sharing. It's so frustrating. You know it. Look, if we if the media wasn't dependent on social media websites, I don't think it would bother me as much. I have been told. I'm temporarily suspended from live streaming, which is a very specific thing to be punished for. I'm still allowed to post content. But I'm not allowed to live stream on Facebook, which is fine. I can live stream on YouTube and shared to Facebook. But, you know, there's some days sharing with this radio show. We reaches many as 20,000 people on Facebook. And I wonder, is that 20,000 people that don't get to hear the show now, hopefully they figure out we know we're on YouTube where they could just listen in the good old fashioned manner. But yes, that did cheer me up very well. You think that this will ever change like? Does the Supreme Court ever do anything about this? Or we just destined to have to deal with this Now? The UN Americanism, people will win and defeat the free speech people what say you shared? Well, we don't want to have to deal with this and they are out of their lane and we don't know what to do about it yet, but something needs to be done about it. And we don't like the way they operate. And so I'm in your audience. And I can speak for a lot of people and personally I don't do social media and this is one of the reasons and this is what happens when you try to do business with salami, people. Yeah, well, it's a fantastic point Sharing And I thank you for your call 713 to 125950 or 866. I love W. J. Andrew from Spring is on hold. Andrew. I was just in spring last weekend. I had a good time hanging out with my buddies there. That man? Yes. Brings nice. Quiet place it is. I didn't see any of the antifa guys. I didn't see any BLM rioters We ate Could tacos and we drank beer and we hung out by the pool and had a great time I drove a zero turn lawn mower was a lot of fun. Really? Uh, What's what's up with you? I wanted a brand looking at Ah little headline story on Artie News. It's Wayne to pre and it says Unless the breakdown between police and black people in America are fixed, we'll have a full scale race war. And the only way I can think that we can debunk this narrative, which I don't think conservative news wants to. We have to highlight every time they're cop does cross the line, especially with like a white person per se. It's gonna highlight that this isn't a race issue because these stories happen all the time. Oh, yeah, I'm with you. Yeah, I agree that upon but we don't do it..
"Vaccine Passports" Spark Debate and Division
"Over the merits of vaccine passports is gathering steam as countries around the world debate how to kick start travel and public. Gatherings denmark became the first european country to introduce a form of vaccine certificates today while in the uk. Prime minister boris. Johnson has said that proof of vaccines will be required for major public events. The opposition labor party has opposed the idea calling them discriminatory but the parties. One time standard-bearer. Tony blair disagrees. I spoke to the former labor prime minister for monocle. Magazine's april issue a little of what he had to say on. The subject seems to be obvious that countries it for example owed up tourist industry other the tourists walk out whilst the disease status or the vaccination status of the people of about sharon with about shero restaurant. Wait i think this is inevitable. My point is if it is inevitable. Put in place a proper system now let a patchwork of different systems. Different processes validation gras topsy. Turvy because you just find a lot of complexity in a lot of confusion and you would also probably facilitate role at so you need proper validated systems. The best cities for the developed countries of the well to agree such a system between themselves or for example. We're working on a programming africa to allow a common travel costs between african countries. These things have to happen so my point is get ahead of the curb eight sensitive.
Sri Lanka Beauty Queen's Crown Plucked By Former Winner
"There's a wild moment here at the mrs sri lanka pageant. The winners crowned literally got snatched mississippi lanka two thousand nine thousand nine. Who's also mrs world. Twenty twenty grabbed the crown right off the winners head. She told the audience. The woman could not be named the winner because she's divorced and then put the crown on the first runner up but turns out the winters not divorced. she's just separated from her husband and the krona since been returned to her erin.
Sheryl Underwood Breaks Silence After Sharon Osbourne's The Talk Exit
"Underwood is finally speaking out after her. Big fight with sharon osborne and she claims she has not received an apology. Listen to what. She said on our podcast. Been looking through my phone. Y'all now through my phone time out. There settled back as far. I go back as far as i know. That's another thing see. She tweeted her apology to pace tweet. Or whatever and everybody said oh you were not into tweet at all how you feel about that. I felt the odd feeling about that. The issue is for me. It's about trust and it's about. I don't want to add to the chatter in a negative way that we're not coming with positive. Solutions entrusting growth and evolution.
Sheryl Underwood addresses Sharon Osbourne leaving 'The Talk'
"Oh the sharon osbourne story is not going way cheryl underwood. She's breaking her silence on sharon's exit from the talk so again to a big kerfuffle over the whole meghan markle in piers morgan interview. Sharon turned around and she defended her piers. Morgan and it turned into race. This accusations and sharon ended up leaving show. Well cheryl has now broken. Silence about it. In on her podcast. She revealed that she actually hasn't heard from sharon. Sharon has not apologized which is surprising to me. She's been in this business a long time. I would have assumed some sort of text just saying. Hey i'm sorry if i misled you. I'm sorry five. Seemed to have offended you in any way. And she has not done that. And sharon actually went as far to say that the producers kind of blind side and cheryl saying. That's not true. I remember that you definitely know cheryl saying now. This is not happening. Oh because sharon did say a rep for. Sharon told people magazine. The osborne had reached out to under word now under would naturally saying that is not true and she actually held up her phone so you could look through the history to confirm. The story doesn't end there only. I just got a press release from the daily mail. Sharon is talking to the daily mail. And she is cheryl's not telling the truth. She said that she's got screenshots. Lengthy text that she sent to cheryl to try and patch things up. She went on to say quote. I not only send these messages to cheryl. But i apologize to her in person in her dressing room quotes. Why are you saying. I never apologize. Cheryl what are you trying to do to me Are you trying to destroy my reputation. Just be honest. Tell may
Police Stop Vehicle Suspected In 4 Attempted Dallas Area Kidnappings
"Denton and corinth. police arrested. A man who was driving a vehicle that was linked to multiple attempted kidnappings over the weekend in denton county denton. Police stopped the suv late yesterday afternoon. Police said the driver whose identity was not released was arrested on an unrelated charge of driving while intoxicated and is being held at the denton county jail. Meanwhile in the latest kidnapping attempt corinth police said the trying to lure a woman into his vehicle. Shortly after twelve thirty pm yesterday on lake sharon drive. The suspect was wearing a hoodie sunglasses and a medical mask. He did not display a weapon
Britney Spears asked Sharon Stone for help at height of nervous breakdown
"So sharon stone whom britney spears recently called an inspiration said she received a letter from the pop star around the time brittany was infamously going through a public meltdown and shaved her head into dozen seven. Sharon opened up to kelly clarkson on her. Show saying quote britney spears route to me a very long and important poignant letter during a very difficult time in her life about the time when people would recognize it when she was having her difficult moments she said she at the time was going through something very difficult and needed help insurance. That couldn't help myself but the truth of the matter is we both needed help. She needed help. I needed help. My what. I just love stone honesty and i and i and i hope that They both got the helping me to china's doing great now. I'm reading. the book came out yesterday. It's fantastic. It's really full of details. And what an amazing live she has led and we still
Britney Spears Wrote A Letter To Sharon Stone Asking For Help
"Sharon Stone revealed Britney once wrote to her during the peak of her problems very long and important, poignant letter during a very difficult time in her life about the time when People would recognize it over when she shaved her head wanting me to help her and I was in a very difficult time of my life, and I couldn't help myself making this
Sharon Stone reveals Britney Spears sent her a letter asking for help
"Sharon Stone revealed that Britney Spears once reached out to her for help Sharon Stone shared on the Kelly Clarkson show today, by the way that Britney wrote to her in 2007, Sharon says it was a very long and important, poignant letter during a very difficult time in her life. About the time when people would recognize it When you know all the stuff was happening. Sharon's with Britney Spears, Sharon Stone said that she, too was going through a very difficult time.
"sharon" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"Sharon stone is a world renowned actress. Sex symbol mother of three and a nobel peace summit award. Winning philanthropist growing up sharon along with her parents and her three siblings lived in a rural.
Sharon Stone Says Plastic Surgeon Gave Her Larger Breast Implants Without Her Consent
"Sharon stone's new memoir is out today and i'm not a crazy sharon stone fan. But she tells an interesting story about getting some tumors removed from her breasts in two thousand one and the she says the plastic surgeon gave her big implants and said that they would look better for her body. Says took off the bandages and found out like she'd gotten these big brushes asked for and she didn't ask i get. I'm assuming that during the reconstruction when had to fix the damage had been done from the tumor removal. That they're going to be some implants going in just to correct but he gave her bigger than what she had asked for or that they had talked about and said they're gonna fit your body better and better with your hips. So that's just one story. She tells us this memoir which i thought was pretty
Kate Middleton Doesn't Want Harry & Meghan Around Her Kids Anymore
"Kate middleton no longer ones harry or meghan around her children any more. Cicadas fiercely extremely protective of her. Three children prince. George who's now seven princess charlotte. She's adorable she's five and little prince. He's just too but following the light of the big bombshell interview with oprah. Caters decided to cut off access to her children from family members that she does not trust that make sense sources. Tell me the following quote what everybody is focusing on meghan. Throw in kate under the buzz during that. Tell all interview which you sort of did remember. She said there was rumors that she may cry but it was actually kate that made negative cry. Well dance story. Didn't bother cape but what did is that. That story originated with princess charlotte and whether or not charlotte would wear tights to the wedding. It's such a silly story but it did involve her daughter. Kate wanted her daughter charlotte to wear tights. Which is royal protocol meghan. Didn't want the children entites because it was a hot day. But you know what children are like especially young children little girls. They pull up their skirts. They run around if she done a cart wheel. We don't want princess flashing her underwear. So i understand what kate is say. And then you know what even if cates wrong. It doesn't matter. She's the mom. So i think you always go with the mom here. Cicadas really upset. The princess charlotte was dragged into this moving forward. She's decided that the kids are off limits. She doesn't want meghan and harry around the kids anymore. She doesn't want them. Telling stories to the press to gail oprah about her children and so she has cut them
Overcoming Evil With the Help of Jesus
"What the world doesn't get that. We get on a daily basis. And i mean we as in in jesus is we get the highlights from sharon. Jesus you know sure we get the highlights of evil in the world on every newscast but when some evil person who has done. Incredible amounts of harm comes to jesus or they don't report that have you ever seen on the news. They're like breaking like we shared. Couple podcasts about one of these Leaders of a gang and mexico cartel come into jesus. Why didn't see that on the news. You ever hear that. But that's a highlight there that i'm light. That's yes because that's our our mission. Whenever i see something bad happen. And we've all if you looked at our bottom five bobble studies with evil people that we've all had we have encountered just rawl evil and re looked at them right in the eyes. So here i am. I'm not thinking about this guy may go into play shoot somebody but in the back of my mind it would shock me because this guy is evil or female. Whoever it was. But i thought. I got a moment right here. Through the grace of god introduce jesus to change this heart not only to save his soul and let him be a representative kinda like a guy named saul but also to make the world a safer place.
Sharon Stone reveals Surgeon increased her Breast size without her consent: 'He thought I would look better with bigger Boobs'
"Stone is alleging surgeon increased. Her breasts is without permission so in a new book she went in to have surgery to remove a benign tumor and when she woke up the doctor had given her bigger breasts at least warn fuller cup size bigger. She was not happy about it and he said he did it because he thought they would look better. We'll who's telling this who's telling the truth. You're like this like i hate. I hate being the judge here. But i feel like i have to be the judge like i don't wanna think sharon put a little lion her book but the subtly very strange about this story. String time big to clean your teeth and you come out with with a new with new knows those rug about this sharon. The story is an audience
Can American Podcasting Learn From France?
"We have sarah topper off here. Who is a publisher manager at pod. Install and sarah has an awesome relationship. Proper will because she was first off one of the first people to reach out to me about the newsletter so it was great here that anybody was actually reading it but that she was our first guest author and today. We're going to dig into sarah's article. The french podcast measurement so sarah. Thank you so much for joining us. Say thank you thanks for. Thanks for having me. It is an honor and a privilege. Honestly like while i was writing sounds profitable. The hardest part was just like. Oh my god. I after right this content every single week and i'm not going to get any breathing room and is it. Okay for me to get in guess writers immune you just hit it off and you were like. Hey everything you write is about the us. What about a perspective from france. Know that exactly what i mean. That was the first thing i said to you. I said this is amazing. We need this content. thank you doing it. There are podcasts. that are outside of the us. I don't know if you will. That's the hard part. The entire industry not just like the podcast creation side but especially ad tech focus is just on the united states and i mean. Look the lion's share of ad revenue does come from the us when you count like traditional ad revenue measurement. Right we hit point. Nine billion last. Sharon podcasts advertising but what people seem to forget it was something like one point. Three zero point four billion worldwide. Let's see it's one point. Four right point. Five billion is more than half of point nine billion so we can't throwing away the rest of the world not looking at that especially from an ad tech lens let alone a creation lens is just wild a new show great to interact with you because the truth is is that like in the us. It's very hard to learn about things outside the us and there's a little bit of ignorance on my part. I mean it's very easy for me to just see something like That's statistic that they're saying is very clearly worldwide. Because i have this. Us centric mindset in. You know you shared an open. My sad thanks. Yeah no i mean. It definitely comes from years of personal reflection as well. I've been listening to podcasts. For probably about ten years and that is also how long. I've been living outside of the us in paris. And so i actually had a hard time at the beginning and like finding podcasts. That weren't american because they weren't they might have existed but they weren't really well like reference but i remember moving difference and being like okay. Great i'm going to subscribe to a bunch of french podcasts. And like you know really brush up on. My french and there weren't any that were that. Were radio replays. But i had already had that expectation of ghetto cast listening experience. And i you know. I liked listening to the radio. I bought a radio. I still have one a little alarm clock radio. I listened to as an alarm clock. But no i don't want to listen to a radio as a podcast and that was kind of all that there was here at the time when i moved here on two thousand
"sharon" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Hey guys willie geist here with another episode of the sunday. Sit down podcasts. My thanks always for clicking and listening along. I'm very excited to share this with you this week with sharon stone a hollywood icon term. That's often overused but certainly applies in this case. She's got an amazing story and put it all down in writing in her new memoir called the beauty of living twice it tracks her life from childhood in rural pennsylvania moves her into new york city where she started modeling. Then got into the movie business. I did you know in a woody allen film in one thousand nine hundred eighty but the part about living twice as where we begin our conversation you may not know this or you just may not remember but in september of two thousand one while we all were so consumed obviously with the events of september eleventh. Sharon stone had a massive brain hemorrhage she had a stroke and it stayed with her for years. Actually she thought she was going to die as you'll hear us discuss. And she talks about being reborn in that moment and figuring out what was important to her and figuring out how to get her life back and figure out how to change her life. So there's a lot to talk about. What a life she lived. You probably don't know a lot of the details of it. They're all in the book. We get to a lot of it in this conversation. And we begin. I should point out with a little housekeeping. So as we've been doing these conversations over zoom. You know that. I'm in a room above my garage. Sharon stone is at her home in los angeles and she was trying to get a backdrop. Just right because as you know. These are shot for television for sunday. Today and nbc. So she's moving stuff around. She said wait. I have a better idea. She pulls out. A beautiful watercolor painting sets at down. She said how's that it's perfect. It looks great and she said you know what i painted that turns out. She's been a painter since way. Back kind of lost it but has founded again during quarantine. So we're gonna talk about her painting we're gonna talk about her amazing life or career. Yes basic instinct. Some thoughts about that. She has some thoughts about the way you feel about basic instinct to a lot to get to with sharon stone right now on the sunday. Sit down podcast sharon. Thank you for doing this. Great to see you. It's so nice to see you. So i wanna talk about your book but before we begin my goodness we have to talk about. What's over your shoulder. Because that is a sharon stone original. Tell me about this painting. Talent of yours you know. I love to paint. And when i went to school when i went to college when i was so little i was fifteen when i started college but painting and writing were why went to college. I went to school on writing scholarship. I also said haning.
Osbourne off 'The Talk' after inquiry into racism discussion
"I'm Julie Walker Sharon Osborne will no longer appear on the daytime show the talk after a heated on air discussion about racism earlier this month CBS says Osborne decided to leave after a review found in part her behavior toward her co host did not align with our values for respectful workplace at issue her defensive friend piers Morgan after he took down Meghan Markle which also led to him leaving his show Osborne was confronted by co host Sheryl Underwood about what she called Morgan's racist comments Osborne replied angrily she felt she was placed on the electric chair and she's not a racist the discussion went on and not in a good way Osborne later apologized to anyone she offended CBS also acknowledge the talk was not properly prepared for a complex discussion on race I'm Julie Walker
"sharon" Discussed on The Read
"I don't understand and i'm pretty sure we talked about this last week. But why are we a needy italy trying to shut down what meghan markle expresses as her experience of microaggressions and flat out racism that she experienced war sometimes that she didn't even directly experience but that was told are expressed to her husband. Who then came right. You mean like why the fuck should we be. Sides that an institution that colonized ninety percent of the dash says raises didn't one of the royal family members literally come to their women's guy. Damn wedding with a fucking sambo. Chana some so racist shit like why are we gagging girl but we know that you stand the queen and we know that you are hurt because meghan ghosted your ass or whatever. Who wouldn't she probably was told. Hey ever heard of piers morgan. Let me she probably did not even know he thought it was a day. She probably just thought it was some white man in media meeting her for drinks like done that a trillion times and then she saw me. I just the fact that he was that and then so many people hitting me up like you know he was mary when that whole thing happened anyway is just like so. Then what did you really think sir. What's the problem. i'm i'm really actual can views. I really really am. But it's like there is just this constant need from people to try and invalidate in silence black women's experience of all kinds of things but especially fucking racism misogyny war and that sort of stuff. It's like how to fucking going to tell any black woman best odd in anything anything holy wide especially something as ancient bucking royal family. That whole firm and institution like the racist sharyl at one point. Sharon said elaine because elaine was admitted admitted that she's like i don't know everything about the royal family or history whatever and and soon was like you know it's a different country it's different. It's different than this and blah blah blah and. I was like yeah. It's this country's daddy. What is is better than people in the uk. Try to act like they are better at race date. I'm like oh no sleety. So we're have you talked to the black people who live in the uk because bet. Did you pay attention to any of the black. Brits that were like no girl does not does not it. And if you look at the way meghan there's us it's not a gag at all people ripping that lady distress for simply existing in seeming night. And that's it so just the muck up outta here with even just denying that. She experienced racism from people that clearly come from the street and they come from. That is not a fucking secret. you are also calling into question whether or not her experience with you. Know suicide Shane and all other mental health trauma that she was dealing with like. You were calling all that stuff into question bitch. You wish you wish that anybody in that family whatever. Pay attention to the shoelaces. That your mother fucking ashtray. Whereas bits your nobody like no noman not at all so he can get the fuck out of here and sharon scoop bishop can get the fuck up and get missing too. You can go as well since you just wanna fight and that was the deal that you decided to die on. Both you girls can go. I hope that when this whole entire Investigation is done that. Cbs decides to get rid of her mother fucking ass. I'm not going to hold my breath over it rang. I'm seeking to already. Oh i'm sick and tired from the ruda right down to the to every corner of it we're done. We're finished. Where famous lady literally sat in their winner husband with her husband. That's been a royal whole life. That literally said them nichols told me. What if your baby dark skin said he was right there too. But you're not but you don't believe making by wise that came in for piers morgan. Just oughta it oughta automatically meant that you don't have a job they said it really should just mean that but i couldn't even bring myself to watch the video with With the black women onset. Trying to explain i can. I was just like you know what. I've been in that position too many times. I've really cannot bring myself to look at that if you if you tell me. A woman cape for piers morgan. You've really told me everything i need to know. I do not need no aby else to know that. I am not sharing osborne size. So i'm reading here now elaine. While to rod and her hair stylists have complained to hr over racial insensitivity onset recent. Oh shoe is not even giving just that conversation. That's why they're investigating the girls right now. Get rid of him. Get him out. Get them out of deputy. Says i'm now i'm thinking about it and elaine is like not not the type to just you know where washington every day. She wears braids twists and all kinds of stuff. So i would not be surprised if somebody says something extremely fucking ignorant since you said since you mentioned the hairdresser as well. I wouldn't be shocked if it was something to do. Her here. some Mess well sharon you might have been better off just shutting the whole. Ask ben minding your damn business. Has it sure family also had a curl fair share of sweetie. How are you always the.
"sharon" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast
"Don't have an apple watch happy birthday to you at bieber day do you. Thanks for listening. Here's my conversation with sharon auburn. My guest today is sharon kwan. She's a psychotherapist. For asian american bi coastal and immigrant individuals and families struggling with racial trauma and identity at yellow chair collective. She's also a psychiatric social worker at an la county. Department of mental health contracted nonprofit agency serving foster families and youth. And the reason why. I invited sharon to rush to the microphone and And come out on. This episode is because she recently wrote a piece for huffington post about what a lot of people don't understand or appreciate about what. It's like being an asian in america in twenty twenty one and that piece that she has written has really gone viral. I posted it. A number of my Facebook friends have shared it on their walls and a number of them have said sharon has expressed what i been feeling lay entire life but didn't know how to put into words. So that's a pretty grand introduction for ucla that at your relatively young age that you have been able to put your finger on something that a lot of us. Asian americans feel. But we don't know harder articulate. So i want to welcome you to our show. Thank you so much. I feel honored to be here. I want to begin by you sharing the story that you start off your peace with and we'll see where it goes from there so tell us this story so my friends and i. We got recalled an uber to go to a laker game. And we're a pretty diverse group. You know is very reflective of the diversity of los angeles and immediately when we got in the car. The driver asked us all where we're from and it was very casual and we were all just like you know around here. But then he singled me out. He said a weight but not you. And he pointed to my eyes and did the whole like slanty. I think yeah which again i have been. I've received that so many times throughout my life and it was just the similar feelings of discomfort and just like why this again and then he says you know not you. You're not from here. Where are you really from. Which i feel like is a question that a lot of asian americans identify with as just like by asking that question. It automatically asserts that you're not from here in the circles that i run in That's called being a perpetual foreigner. Right i mean you were born in great came here at three years old. My grandparents came in the early part of the twentieth century. Okay so i. My parents were born here like i only have one language english. My dad fought in world war. Two and yet. I still get asked that question right. And for those who aren't asian american. Who are listening. This is what sharon and i are talking about. Is this no matter how long you've been here no matter how american you are because we don't look anything close to white Then we're always going to be seen as you're not really a true america. You're not really from here. So where you from. Because of this i have spent so much of my time here. Just trying to prove to everyone and myself that i am american. It's led to some inevitable whitewashing inevitable assimilation that. You know. I'm not proud of. But i also feel like i had no choice. I wanted to fit in. I wanted to be seen as an american. But got to the point. Where i realized wow no matter what i do no matter how perfect. My english is no matter how you know that. Been to school here. My entire life like no matter all of this. No matter who my friends are people are always going to see me as another rb. One of the most comments i've ever heard in my life. I mean you're hearing how. I talk right now right some white person said. Wow you almost don't have a chinese accent. How right. I mean if i did okay. No big deal right. People have different accents. But excuse me i can't even when i occasionally tried to say cantonese words. Chinese people laugh at me. Because i have such a bad accent right so for this person to hear some kind of chinese iw sort of coloring to how i express myself i was just baffled Yeah and just assume that you're chinese to is another. Asians are so diverse. You know there's so many different countries so many different languages and yet we're always just grouped into asian or china or these bride and it just totally gates. You know where we're really from who we really are. And i just feel like. It's so invalidating and so dismissive. Have you ever had his experience. You didn't write about this in your piece. But i gotta ask you this. Where someone's not asian the you for the first time and then this person feels compelled to tell you about another asian person that they know Right yeah or the time. They went to asia. Yeah right right. When i first moved down here we were looking at a church in clermont. That was historically white. And they're across the street from a retired missionary from all over the world place gay and so you know we walk into this predominantly church immediately. Someone ushers us over to talk to this little old retired white missionary lady because she served in china. Okay and i'm like. I have nothing in common with her. I've never been to you know but now in fairness to those people i have noticed in myself when i was passing me get yours and let's say a mexican persons comes church or indian american sort of person. I do feel that kind of willing up in me that i want to say. Oh there's another indian. I so i think i think it's kind of a human instinct of trying to make connections okay. So why is this especially with you. Experience in that car with your friends thought was harmless and even funny explain why that considered an experienced as what we call a micro aggression. Yes so a vica. Regression is basically a racial remark or comment. That leaves you feeling uncomfortable. I personally don't like the term micro aggression. I find it very minimizing and dismissive micro. I don't find it micro at all. I find it pretty aggressive and i think even the dialogue that we use to describe this. I feel like it's very leans towards white supremacy and that like 'cause with microaggressions when we confront race we feel uncomfortable but for white folks they have the term white fragility. Which i find. That's very like sugar coating way of describing white guilt and feelings that they feel when they're confronted with race. And so yeah. I don't like using the term micro aggression but it's basically you know it's. It's like what happened in the car. Just this feeling of being uttered. You're not from here. You know using your race to show that yeah. You don't belong or your different so that to me is what constitutes a micro aggression note one of my longtime listens to the show too. He's caucasian older man and Has actually married a russian immigrant. I think he prefaced his question. Well when he said now. I'm not asian american so you know maybe i don't understand but how is asking where she's from. Not just out of curiosity like why does that have to be experienced. Let's this not even say micro aggression. Why does it have to be experienced as an assault on your person who would like. That's not what. But basically that. And i was trying to explain it. I reinforced him. I said well. I'm glad you're aware that even your wife who's not from here literally. And if she were open your mouth would speak english with a russian accent but in this wight centric society that we live in. She can pass and she wasn't born near. She didn't come here till she married you. Whereas sharon and certainly be and my childhood fourth generation it's just like will never get that same kind of license right. I said but i understand that. Sometimes we're just wanting to know right and so am i left for you to give your response to this because i have curiosity to about people's backgrounds and so the i tried out a different question which is oh would you mind sharing what your ethnic heritage okay and i tried out on myself if someone asks me. Oh would you mind sharing. What your ethics. Oh you know. Because i don't feel like there are other me. They actually want to know some of this background. So what do you think about my question instead of where you from. Yeah i mean. I think that that that is the question that they are wanting to ask in the first place you know. What is your cultural heritage. But by asking where you're from you know the answer that you're gonna get is. I'm from la. I'm from here like it's you know physically where they were from and but then it always follows but where are you really from or no..
"sharon" Discussed on Photography Radio
"Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of the frames podcast. My name is Scott Olsen. And today I am Overjoyed to be talking with Sharon Williams Sharon is a member of the frames Community. She lives in one of God's gifts to photographers Ireland and his doing work that when it goes by on my screen is immediately arresting immediately compelling and someone that I've wanted to meet and talk to about her work for some time now Sharon, how are you today? I'm really good Scott. How are you? I am wonderful. I have to ask because I'm just completely jealous. How is Ireland? What does Ireland look like today? Well, Ireland Spain Four Seasons in one day. I suppose as it is most often. It's a very wet and windy but lots of sunshine in between. Oh man. I've Had The Good Fortune to be there a couple of times and every single bit of it from you know the song Inner City to the the countryside is from a photographer's point of view. I think really compelling you are doing work that is not like the work a lot of people on the commission are doing and work that when it goes by as I said really does cost me to stop and look and you're calling it fine art floral photography. That's not all you do. You do landscaping do portraits that this is all on your website for those of you that are that enjoy looking at websites during these conversations. Her website is s Williams images.com s w i l l i a m s i m a g e s. Tell me how you got started in photography. Did you remember your first camera? Do you remember when you first start thinking of yourself as a photographer? Yes. Well, that's not that long ago and my husband bought me a Camera DSLR nickel and for Christmas one year. It's probably dead. 2014 and and then a couple of months later. I'm thrilled cuz I had an idea that I would like to take photographs and a few months later wage. I work in the local hospice and we were looking at maybe doing a calendar for the first year as a fundraiser, cuz I had me brand new camera. I was nominated as a photographer. So there's no pressure. So it was the best thing ready cuz it really focused my attention on what I was doing and I said about we change the the Hospice and and dairy here boy hospice is set an amazing Grimes. We it's it's on the banks of the river Foyle and it has sneezing Gardens that I've been a script and maintained by volunteers over thirty years. And so that's where I immediately Drew my inspiration from the calendar and the calendar worked out really well. So I was inspired to sort of keep going. And did you have any training at all or was it just you know work yourself off of automatic as as gradually as you could chuck. Yeah. Well, my dad does spend to stay away from automatic and go straight into Nigel. So that's what I've always done. I never use automatic. In fact, if I do I get confused. I like the absolute control over what I'm doing but in the September of the following year, I did take a short course in the local College here and the city and Guilds of course and which really introduced me to page, you know, hire a camera works and and introduced me to a new community of people as well which and it was amazing. And then after that I took another course and it was at that point. I had started really experimenting with this and came across this sort of like pad photography, but I have to say I was always fairly experimental because off The rules were a bit too fast and maybe a bit too rigid for me. So I had always sort of my first delved into like an intentional camera moves. I see em work. Yep. And I love that. I just love the movement you could get from that. And from there. I started working in Photoshop bringing like the Box focused into the ICM work and blend on the two together so very abstract and but seemed to go down well with you know, some people that aren't really appreciated it so long I kept going.
"sharon" Discussed on Photography Radio
"With Sharon Williams Sharon is a member of the frames Community. She lives in one of God's gifts to photographers Ireland and his doing work that when it goes by on my screen is immediately arresting immediately compelling and someone that I've wanted to meet and talk to about her work for some time now Sharon, how are you today? I'm really good Scott. How are you? I am wonderful. I have to ask because I'm just completely jealous. How is Ireland? What does Ireland look like today? Well, Ireland Spain Four Seasons in one day. I suppose as it is most often. It's a very wet and windy but lots of sunshine in between. Oh man. I've Had The Good Fortune to be there a couple of times and every single bit of it from you know the song Inner City to the the countryside is from a photographer's point of view. I think really compelling you are doing work that is not like the work a lot of people on the commission are doing and work that when it goes by as I said really does cost me to stop and look and you're calling it fine art floral photography. That's not all you do. You do landscaping do portraits that this is all on your website for those of you that are that enjoy looking at websites during these conversations. Her website is s Williams images.com s w i l l i a m s i m a g e s. Tell me how you got started in photography. Did you remember your first camera? Do you remember when you first start thinking of yourself as a photographer? Yes. Well, that's not that long ago and my husband bought me a Camera DSLR nickel and for Christmas one year. It's probably dead. 2014 and and then a couple of months later. I'm thrilled cuz I had an idea that I would like to take photographs and a few months later wage. I work in the local hospice and we were looking at maybe doing a calendar for the first year as a fundraiser,.
"sharon" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson
"Really touching. Sharon thank you so much for taking the time to do this today. It was a total pleasure. This total could be with you in that this less conversation I looking at Rick. Weakens, each other you on conceals. I hear us in your childhood room. Social like saying to you back then it's actually can be okay the will turned out. No absolutely. No that's that's definitely reassured. Cy could've used a board that what's twice I would say growing got. So thank you for that share and really thank you for doing this as well. Don't think it's great to see both. So. Today we had the wonderful opportunity to speak with Sharon, Salzberg her new book. Real Change Mindfulness to heal ourselves and the world was the focus of the conversation. Anna comes out on September. First we started by asking Sharon how she's been dealing with the moment and she had a wonderful line that I just want to highlight its interconnection is the truth. Of things and I think that that has so much applicability for so many of the issues that the world is going through right now whether it be questions of racial justice or how we want to deal with this pandemic Sharon shared some ways that mindfulness and Meta practices can help us retail ourselves and mobilize as agents of change out in the world. She also talked in response to a question that Rick asked about how these practices can help people heal and nurture themselves personally, and from there we moved into a question that I thought that Sharon answered truly beautifully, which is this question of how can we find that balance between being supportive of people being helpful being an agent aid to causes while also not getting overwhelmed by what was happening around us and she had this wonderful point about moving toward something without moving into it and for me that was something where when she said that I went wow, this is really clarifying to me and is really going to help me talk about these issues with people in the future. So. I was really personally grateful for it. So if you've been enjoying the podcast, we'd really appreciate it..
"sharon" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"It's wonderful. I'm just looking Everett now in fact, there's a great deal of. Very pointed content relating to me. And you'll history is on but also you offer. A session where people could talk to you directly is that right? Yes do is that there's People. That only up and running. So I'm talking about. People like. Consultants coaches, an online creators, online marketers, people that have already selling something. What I offer I like a free consultation where people can sign up and we can have like a discovery call and save this. This I can give them some tips save if I offer anything that can help them further. So so there is that opportunity to fantastic. Thank you so very much for sharing everything that you've shared with me today Sharon NFL listeners now keep in mind everybody who's listening to us on the show today Sharon has been involved with the BBC's of the world daily Myo Mirror huffpost. The list goes on and on this lots of credibility here there's certainly value in getting your hands on this podcast on our know that you are going to be amazed when you find the content in saw the now. Importantly. Sharon. What's happening for you? Now, what's coming up for you? Well. More of the signing Winnie. Make I mean I I. Love Guessing you on Poker shows myself I I really enjoy being the podcast show guest and so I do a lot of that I've I've created different online courses and programs for people because I just really. Just really want to help people and get them on the right track. So and I again, I just love Ben Interviewed in the media. So it's fun. That's what I li- army not only. Can It really change your business literally overnight? It's so much fun. So I just love live and breathe that. I'm really enjoying the coke because it is a light back compensation and and that is what is important is having the ability to connect online especially, nowadays, share in you've you're making some wonderful things happen for people all across world now. Importantly what is the website demand?.
"sharon" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Thirty year old, Sharon Fuller looked out the passenger window of her family's four door convertible. As it rumbled across southeastern, Colorado, her husband Mike Sat Behind the wheel. His jaw was set tight his knuckles white from his grip. They'd been driving for days and their two kids couldn't sit still in the back seat Mike was about to lose it. Sharon side. This was supposed to be a fresh start, but it was starting to feel like a nightmare. Mike still blamed her for the state of their marriage for the affair, but in her mind, he was just as much at fault as she was if he loved her as much as he loved. His job is a seventh day adventist pastor. She might not have looked for comfort in another man's arms. They agreed to move on from the affair, both emotionally, and literally packing up their house and kids, but Sharon knew the love for Mike was never coming back. She just hoped there was someone in their new home town to fill the hole in her heart. Welcome to black widow watch like the deadly spider there named for many female criminals have used the promise of love to trap and kill their victims. These men believed they'd found the person. They would spend their lives with instead they had wandered right into the web of a deadly Predator throughout this month I'm taking a look at the world's most notorious black widows. In these episodes I'll uncover what made these women decide to murder the people they'd vowed to love and cherish. Will detail the specific methods they use to carry out these ends, and finally will explore. What made their respective pray susceptible to the charms of Predator in disguise? Today! We're discussing Sharon Nelson of former pastor's wife who raked in four hundred thousand dollars in life insurance payments after the deaths of her second and third husbands, but this widow didn't work alone. She conspired some help. More on Sharon. Nelson coming up now back to our black widow. When.
"sharon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"But men soon learned that Sharon Arden was more likely to kick them in the balls than suck their Dick which is exactly what she did. And there's also a story about her kicking a guy down a flight of stairs she was shoot at us. Yeah that that's like the one good thing she learned from her dad. I guess like she can take care of herself. Yeah she didn't. She didn't take any shit. So if you're picturing Sharon and Z. As like a blissful couple during this time you're partly right they definitely loved each other and we're having so much fun but he's heavy on the drugs. She was drinking just as much as him at the time. And this is where things start getting violent so I don't WanNa get into like all of it but there are many many many stories about both of them lashing out at another. They were both like very physically abusive to one another. She talks about breaking his records ruining his clothes throwing bottles at his head. He broke two of her front teeth. Once she says like the general pattern was that ozzy would hit an. I would throw anything I could pick up. She said that one time she woke up in the morning and her face was so battered that she barely recognized herself and she had no memory of how it happened. And that's when she realized one of them had to stay sober or the very least not get to that level and clearly. That wasn't going to be Ozzy at the time. So she's really lightened up on her drinking and everything so it was on the second leg of the tour that infamous bat incident happened basically after the dove incidents fans we're constantly throwing the wildest things that they could on stage a lot of dead animals which is so weird rats snakes they were in des. Moines and someone through. What he thought was a rubber bat and he grabbed it and embiid its head only to realize it was live such a weird such a bizarre thing. Sharon Amelie to him to the hospital after the show. He had to get anti-rabies injections. She describes a Syringe as the size of a cigar which they injected into a stomach. Of course the next day it was news all around the world and apparently like any publicity is good publicity. So it's funny. It did cost them. Some shows though like certain cities around the world canceled their gigs. But I think they made up for it in record sales and everything anyway. This tour was like a wild one later on. They were robbed. Sharon says about five hundred thousand dollars worth of jewelry was stolen from her and then in March of Nineteen eighty-two a tragedy happened. There was an air conditioning issue on their tour bus and their driver said we have to stop at my house and get it fixed and the driver was also a pilot so are planes on his property and they stopped to take a break and a bunch of them. Were napping on the bus ozzy and Sharon included and suddenly Sharon wakes up to the big crash and what had happened. Was the driver offered some of their roadies and bandmates rides in this plane and Randy Rhoads. Who's the guitarist and Rachel Youngblood? Who was really close with Sharon? They were on the plane ride with him and the plane ended up clipping the tour bus and hitting a tree before crashing into the house in all three people on the plane passed away. Oh that's terrible. I looked online and I couldn't find that this was a fact but sharing claims in the book that the driver was in the middle of a divorce and his wife who had been on tour with them was standing in front of the tour bus and he. She thinks that he was like trying to hit her or something or maybe scare her. I couldn't find like that as a fact I just thought it was strange that she trying to look it up looking it up. Yeah it was horrifying incident. Sharon and Ozzy get off the bus. They're all disoriented. Their friends like they saw their friends bodies scattered everywhere basically so it was like a huge huge horrifying thing for them. The tour canceled for two weeks. They attended the funerals for their friends. But Sharon still had to be like the boss and like find a replacement even though she was like hurting over the loss of their friends you know none of them wanted to finish the tour but they persevered and it was around this time that ozzy was finalizing his divorce. Finally with Thelma who had enough. I think even though that the divorce wasn't finalized. Sharon and Ozzy by this point are engaged and it was just paperwork. That was left so that happened in June of eighty two rape before they were headed to Japan for another big leg of the tour and decided that stopover I in Hawaii on the way and tie the knot you might as well allow. Only their families were present. Ozzy's mom and sister and Sharon both shares and this happened. I believe on July Fourth Nineteen two and Sharon. Twenty eight and Ozzy was thirty three. So you're right still so young. Was it romantic? Not at all. She says that her father as her dad's walking down the aisle was asking her like. Did you get the stage setup for Japan like us going production stuff with her and she spent the her wedding night signing paper after paper that her father had brought to the wedding which was actually the only reason he came to their wedding at all was to get her to sign these papers. So after the Japan tour they decided they were GonNa move to England so that Ozzy could still be close to his kids a day after they got their Sheri- father and brother took ozzy out to a pub insurances that they proceeded to. Tell Ozzie that Sharon was insane. That it was her fault that yellow left their management. And all this crazy bullshit. And we're like ozzy don't worry about it. We'll make sure you get an all. -ment will say that she's insane. We'll get you out of this. Oh really right of course. Ozzy told Sharon everything and sharing couldn't believe that her family would go that far. Even though you know finally onto how horrible they are so she says the next day she went around to her family's house to see her mother and her parents dogs literally attacked her until her mother finally called them off shore to the hospital and she discovered not only the wounds from the dogs biting her but she actually suffered a miscarriage from like the shock of dog thing and she didn't apologize. He APP one of her father's bookkeepers. Was there like trying to get Sharon assign more papers. And she actually did last time on that tax return and then she left with two suitcases and she says she never looked back so she finally got away from her godawful family so Sharon was a smart woman. She knew how business worked and that she wasn't going down without a fight. She merely took ozzy to New York when straight to CBS who did as pressings and distribution as she told them they were leaving her father's label that if they gave them any more money to dawn. That ozzy would sue them so the next step was to find a lawyer to help them which proved really difficult since. No one wanted to go up against her father like. That's how scary. He was to people all the while. Her Dad's team is going around telling everyone insurance gone insane. Even her mother has turned on her as supporting our dad. So Sharon and Ozzy were really all alone in this and since management held the purse strings. They really had nothing. No credit cards or cash. No driver's license even just their passports. Sharon called their friend. Bill Elson for help who was Ozzy's agent.
"sharon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"So for the next few weeks Sharon in the ban Ron tour and by the time it was over it was pretty much obvious to everyone. That Ozzy and Sharon were crazy about each other as she talks about a show they did in Birmingham Thelma. Ozzy's kids came and how horrible it was for her and she felt guilty and she knew like Ozzy felt guilty. And of course. Ozzy had to play like the husband. Role in these situations are so messy. Basically they fall in love over. The tour and parting ways was brutal for them. But Ozzy had to go home and apparently he was going to break the news to Thelma that he wanted a divorce instead. Ozzy just admits to the fair. Which wasn't difficult since everyone including. Don knew about it he it was over then he'll and Thelma made an appointment to talk to dawn and it was decided that Sharon was to exit her duties and her brother to take over and sharing says she got a lot of shit from her brother and her dad about being a home wrecker which she didn't appreciate because both of them were having affairs as well double standard there right if you Sharon was really the only one that actually excelled at that side of the job and stealing things so things fall apart pretty quickly and the band was very soon begging Sharon to come back and take over so ozzy calder. She came back. They went through a little time of trying to deny their feelings again. But of course that did not last long. She booked the band into a home studio to record their second album as soon as they got settled. Of course the affair began again. This was hard to read because just again I felt so bad for Thelma. Sharon mentions that she would pop up for visits without warning that Sharon would end up like hiding in rooms or like running up staircases while Thelma was walking down them. They have a lot of close calls. I'm assuming thelma must have had suspicions. And that's why she was coming over her husband and woman knows exactly and share also had work related reasons to be there as well of course So she did see Salma sometimes and she says the more she would see me the more determined. She was to make life difficult. And I'm just picturing this poor woman being like not not being told the truth and just like wanting to figure out what's going on I'd make life difficult. Sharon also says things like I don't know with Thelma loved Ozzy and Thelma's trump card was the children. She knew how to play it turning up with them in tow and again. I'm like she's the one being lied to. I don't see her doing anything wrong. But I'm wondering if Ozzy ever cheated on Sharon what do you think I feel like? He did for sure and then and probably did like the same kind of stuff. Osama would do know interesting. Yeah Interesting. That's just my we'll get to that. We'll get okay so they completed the second album. The band was to head to America to do a tour for singers and bands who go solo. Suddenly not many of them reached the heights they experienced in their original band and that was really a concern for all of them they really wanted ozzy to dominate America. But to do so Sharon felt that they had to reintroduce him to America so she planned a bunch of meet and greets and publicity things for him. Don Sold Ozzy's contract over to CBS. So they're being introduced to the bigwigs at CBS. The morning comes. They want to do something really exciting to say hello to these new coworkers and they decide to go to a pet shop and buy two doves and ozzy puts them in his and heads to this event so as he was really nervous about the whole thing he gets loaded drunk on the way they get. Their Ozzy immediately feels unwelcome by these. Like suits right. They're uptight and apparently he sat on one of the publicity woman's Lap who was not very appreciative of that he was drunk and he kind of felt rejected and he took out one of the doves. What his plan was to release them and let them fly or something but instead you know what happens right okay. So he's got. He's got live birds in his pocket this whole time. Yeah and he's like crazy. Been like the bird before. That's okay so he's feeling angry. Drunk rejected I don't know he takes one of the birds out of his pocket bites off. Its head spits it onto the lap of this woman and shouts fuck you so love it. Then he and Don't even like the insanity it's like next level so the other bird gets loose from his pocket begins flying around the room. All Hell breaks loose. Apparently people were screaming. There was vomiting. Apparently security is being called and what is sharing doing during all this weeping from uncontrollable laughter and she literally pisses herself laughing as they're both excorted out of the building was this good for his career while that's the interesting thing so. Cbs basically decides Ozzy's not worth the trouble except that his first single was crazy train and that had come out a week before and it was getting so much airplay that it was number one across America so it was obvious ozzy was going to be this huge cash cow for them so they just accepted it. Let's play some crazy train. A they went from worrying about if ozzy was going to break America to their entire tour being sold out instantly all from like his crazy antics really and of course the song being amazing so one positive thing Sharon did learn from her dad was how to put on a good show and she knew that this had to be bigger and more theatrical that he had ever done before so she actually was involved in every aspect of the stage show. She made sure that the elephants were more theatrical that the makeup like the colors like everything like she. She's an amazing businesswoman. And she really knows how to put on a show. Chair really built him the show that she felt he deserved and for the tour. Of course sharing Ozzy's shared the same bus which she calls their first home. She says it was such freedom not to have to worry about whether Thelma was gonNA turn up or telephone or even my father or brother. There are no mobile phones in those days. When we were in there we felt completely safe. It was like we were sailing. It's Kinda sweet so as we know. Don is a thief then. We also share in loves ozzy and wants the best for him so when the band wasn't getting paid their advance on their second album at don promised or seeing any of the money from this sold out tour. Sharon got on her father about paying them and she also began looking for a booking agent. That wasn't under her dad's thumb so they were on the road barely surviving while all these sold out tour checks. Were going straight to her head and then he was taking the money and she was really getting sick of it sometimes. She was able to persuade local promoters to hand over the settlements instead of sending them on. But that wasn't always the case and Sharon actually talks a bit about what it was like being a woman in the business back then and she said the music business in those days was a boys club. Fueled by cocaine and sexual favors. These were the days of Payola and Mafia involvement and the standard currency. If you were a woman was a blowjob.
"sharon" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Affair. She took the pennies. Put It on top of this statue of her dad's and she took a shit on it. Okay I wasn't expecting. Wow she's bad at wild man. She's a gross. I haven't even put in every story that I could in this like. There's many stories just as insane as this one but yet he. Her Dad came home. Obviously they had a big blowout. It was really devastating for her. She actually went to the doctor. She was prescribed valium and she accidentally overdosed on them. She was really drinking heavily at the time. She said everything that people set about. My father was true. I felt conned. She didn't tell her mother but her mom found out the next time she visited l. a. and her mother kind of she cared but not enough like sharing thought like. Why don't you care more like why aren't you as angry and hurt as I am type of thing as someone who was possessive child over both of my parents in different ways like I can see how apparent having an affair can feel like a personal betrayal? Yeah so on top of this things business wise. We're going down the drain again. Sharon would come home to find her car or jewelry gone and she would know that don was up to his old tricks like having the sell off half of their things because they didn't actually have the money for it and one day. Jeff Lynne the frontman of yellow which was their biggest cash. Cow CAUGHT ONTO. Don's the very and confronted Sharon about it. He told Sharon Don owed him four million in royalties and Warren sharing. Like I'm getting my lawyers involved so this of course led to them losing yellow which is a major blow to don and Don actually later blamed Sharon and told everyone that Sharon was the reason. This all happened like he cooled on us an asshole. Yeah so Sharon's really starting to grow up now. She realizes her dad's way of businesses fucked up that she has been like a pawn in his game. She also felt resentment from her brother. Kinda goes back and forth on wanting to separate herself the family business but also being so tied to it her dad had her signing stuff for years to under her name to protect himself and that would come back to haunt her but not for decades. It wasn't until she became famous for the Osbournes and stuff that she ended up having to pay like crazy amounts of tax and stuff because her dad put her name on things and then she kind of forgot about. It didn't really understand what she was signing right. Things are just really bad for the business. They're virtually bankrupt and this was going on rate as Ozzy's first solo album was to be released saw while Sharon had been going through all this family stuff. He was busy recording the blizzard of Oz. Which is the best title so this business is crumbling around them? Sharon still has this attachment to ozzy. She wants to make sure his solo debut went off properly. It turns out this was a big task because the band was about to go on tour. They were nowhere near ready. Sharon put all of her focus on Ozzy. Sharon talks about Ozzy's first solo. Show her being besides Ozzy's wife Thelma how they had nothing in common. She says and I don't really like the way she talks about. Thelma in the book because I feel like she makes us sanctions on what? Thelma's thinking and feeling but I understand you're both in your twenties and it's a weird situation and it's just a bizarre thing. I'm quoting Sharon in the book. Now she was just somebody's wife. She was there to support her husband and I was there to work. She was also their sport Ozzy. Let's face it so the crowd went wild. Of course Sharon Cry Tears of joy over how well debut went afterwards. They all got drunk except Thelma. Apparently I guess Sharon felt that she needed to kind of point out how different Thelma and Ozzy were at the time in the how like they weren't working anymore. Yeah she does mention that Ozzy at other women falling around at that time was wall so the fact that he's married with kids in an attic. There's just so many issues there but Sharon feelings for Ozzy just kept growing despite everything and finally one night after rehearsals. Sharon and Ozzy ended up having their first night together. Sharon thought it was just going to be a one night stand. She says I was just another in a long line. It was only the drink talking and in the morning we'd forget it ever happened but God did. We have a great night. We laughed. We made love. We had a big bubble bath together. Them back to bed again. Then had another bath then. I left for the office. A little bit of Ozzy some Solo Ozzy. Now let's do it..
"sharon" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan
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"sharon" Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine
"Still standing in front of the Bathroom Mirror. Sharon looked back at Pablo solid muscular frame leaning the bathroom sink. She leaned forward and gently took the soap from his hand and placed it at the left hand side of the basin then gently stepping towards Pablo. She took both of his hands and raised his arms gently ever mindful of his lift Still in plaster Sharon looked closely at Pablo's hands onto the light and his fingernails. Very Clean Charron said of course. Public said trying to cross his pitch black eyebrows and look curious. He then gave her a cheeky wink okay. Sharon said and laughed. Okay this can be part of today's English. Listen Sharon said I will show you how we wash our hands in hospital white publisehd as he quickly stepped out of the bathroom then quickly reappeared with a large scrap notebook. Pablo then carefully of the notebook to a new page and then paid down slowly beside the Bayton to check for any water before placing the notebook down beside the sink. Then with his found to pain he slowly wrote at the top of the page English in the bathroom for. Stop Listen One. Sharon squealed laughed and snorted all at the same time. Pablo was delighted. Burst out laughing too. He loved seeing her smile after over. Tears Sharon was unable to stop laughing. And said you will go a long. Long Way Papa. Sharon then spoke dairy intently and slowly so Pablo knew. This was going to be a kind of serious story or listen of some kind then. Sharon leaned forward and said ever so quietly as if somebody was listening well some years ago when I was working at the hospital we.
"sharon" Discussed on Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery
"Sharon Tate's neighbor fifteen year old Jim a sin was outside and Saturday Saturday morning warming up the family car. He was a member of the law enforcement unit eight hundred of the boy scouts of America and he was waiting for his While waiting for the police Jim and his father walked to the gate of the Polanski's home they noticed several telephone wires were down and they appeared to be cut not returning back to their house. Jim called the police a second time and some minutes later a third. Finally one hour later the police survived to the Benedict Canyon.
"sharon" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"On this episode we discuss the hunting of sharon tate for this performance of the hunting of sharon tate sharon tate we played by hill house okay it's actually really accurate the little girl girl girl girl era hey everyone welcome to the flop house i'm dan mccoy oh hey there i'm stuart wellington over here in my inlaws garage i'm elliot kaylynn on vacation but on a pod cajun that's when you don't do a podcast is around vacation and in a what's what's special about today's show we have a special guest you you know her from twitter you know her writing funny things purple cer you know her from a few scenes in search party a yeah she is natalie walker you know the old man so that'd be great big fan yeah no no we we got her flowers on the grace you made reference to a a recent episode which made me feel good 'cause we would have broken my heart learn listen i don't know i just like moved back from the facebook group 'cause they're just starting to be so many people so many men like art gauge activity internet but but yeah so what appeals to you why well that's not exclude are female listeners know now dan on we don't need no hey a metal this is now the flop has a podcast with three do start to women about what we know where you're talking about younger yes haters new role millennials don't quite a hundred percent agree with you and i think it's all gonna fall apart and i don't really like her relationship with the same but will turn around and i got behind on my dad's side you were talking about sebastian younger guy ads reid sebastian younger is the type of author who might be perry deed episode of the television show younger now natalie i'm led to believe you're very popular on the internet so to do that just you carve out a niece okay you can appeal to the teenage girls i think that mistake yeah that is the main thing 'cause it's like no one cared about anything i did and then i did a video that was the altitude part of all i want for christmas is you remember when my high school saying it and then all of these teen girls started being like i'm doing this part now retreat retreat retreat and now they all will go to bat for me especially clear teenage girls okay so you have you have an army following supporting you and now we find yourself singing with paul tompkins saying i do it again soon you know while coming back were doing unworthy of you're left and my staff and i don't even know what that is a good allow you to track you down so topical apparently related to this episode 'cause then what are we doing this podcast but wait is that a song from the movie assassins with antonio banderas there is no okay well i remember the movie in like i can't wait finally they're making movies out of my favorites on time show and they're just super disappointed antonio banderas could have been a problem famously you're saying i didn't know that oh okay well i'm more see this isn't educational podcast so speaking of educating people doing what do we do is put on a show on this podcast we watch a bad movie when we talk about it now natalie chose chose the movie this time around i i wanna say actually sounds morgan accusation and all that i wanna say before a very nice listener wrote in and said hey maybe on occasional episodes if necessary a content warning would be nice and that's all i wanna say this movie is about to be graphic murderer of some real life people but it does not take that seriously i think so i think it is thinking i think that thinks it's taking it very seriously yeah i'm just letting people know that but realize that from the title the haunting of sharon tate that it might involve in real life murder of sharon tate well it could have been about her being hunted on the.
"sharon" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"We haven't been this nervous we we in a while they're both huge fans vertucci fans and sand hill and yet it's i it's one of these amazingly several moments listeners to your listeners we have the great honor and pleasure to have sharon here and i say that earthly exciting it is raining i really i know this is the first time in sim that i feel pretty i guess lady pretty iggy you're pretty britain brielle i don't feel that i feel like i don't know my words like i've lost the ability to speech that is fucked up spit it out okay sharon stone uram uram my dining room and i it's very lovely dining room my and i ima i'm i'm just a mommy old that you're here and i can't thank you enough yeah and so i wanna i would love to i was thinking about normally when we have a gas i i you know i think about kind of will what would interest that person so i thought of a couple couple of ideas to talk to like to sort of gasoline kittens rainbows okay so the first thing that i wanna talk to you about a little bit is i'm starting to sam in this doesn't i just want to hear your thoughts on a couple of subjects but i was talking to him about because i was watching a an incredible performance by this actress who is a is who's an unconventional beauty and she has she's doing this naked scene and she's kind of oiled up and just got armpit hair and and in its wildly sexy and i was thinking about how you help somebody can convey sexual energy because that's something i'm really fucking bat.